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Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by hihi, Jul 9, 2010.
Unfortunately the ones that post anti-whatever on BS Korea are rarely if ever on WR.
I said that a bit tongue in cheek. I'm sure you know perks are plentiful here on Bigsoccer. It's just that this particular issue with WR has been lobbied upon a few times and it's never gone any where.
No thank god. Happened to watch the game on the treadmill and there were like two or three moments that got you excited. And the guy running around on the pitch before getting manhauled by bodyguards topped the list
There are trolls on internet forums. That's why they get warnings, banned and controlled.
But it's a different story when you have the China mod who can't help himself but jump in with racially derogatory comments and make inflammatory posts like this. LOL.
Let's try and stay on-topic guys. If anyone remembers what the topic was.
Barcelona fail to live up to Asian expectations
Barcelona vie for trophies, titles, fans and glory with Real Madrid all over Europe but they are now threatening to take an unwanted accolade from their bitter rivals - that of the most unpopular 21st Century tour from a European team in Asia.
In 2005, the galacticos of David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane, Michael Owen and Ronaldo left Beijing to a chorus of disapproval. A lack of interest, arriving late at press conferences and cancelling appearances were the charges, a rap sheet that would now look familiar across the Yellow Sea in South Korea.
As the Spanish champions jetted out of Seoul and into Beijing, just two hours after taking on a K-League All Star team in an exhibition match that they won 5-2, they left behind a nation disappointed. The tour was up against it from the start and it is not just Barcelona that has been criticised. Sports Story, the agency that organized the event and is rumoured to be facing bankruptcy, got it in the neck for allowing the team to come without any of its World Cup winning stars such as David Villa, Andres Iniesta, Carlos Puyol and Xavi, and then setting ticket prices starting at over $45 - around five times the price of an average K-league match.
With sales sluggish and stars absent, it was hoped that Barcelona would do their utmost to create excitement but it wasn't to be, so much so that in an official statement issued at the end of the visit, the K-League accused the Europeans of an "insincere attitude" during their visit, echoing what the Seoul media had been saying for the previous 48 hours...
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And this club teaches humility in their players!
Go to Swiss ramble blog and read how they do business.
Apparently, much of the world watched this match.
Actually, a lot of us have asked the troublemakers to stop numerous times in the past. Some of us even got some of them banned. But more troublemakers keep joining in and we're tired of arguing with them. I'm sure you know how it's like to have a conversation with people like them. We'd rather stop anyway because some of them might be trolls and long arguments are what trolls want. This is what a mod suggested us to do also.
That being said, I don't have anything against the G because I don't know enough on what's going on. So spare me please, G.
ahahahahahahahahahaahahahahaha i love my jokes.
Messi makes two quick goals and goes back out.
yo whats up guys just wondering if any one can help me i want to know when the k league season starts and finishes and a few of the best players in the leagues any help would be really appreciated