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Sign the Official petition to get rid of Tabarez – 155 people have signed already….
LOL.. 150 going strong.. and counting.. by russia we’ll be like a thousand..
Tabarez is telling his players right now as I type this to forget about the Paraguay game, they’re crafting a response to the petition – #Uruguay #Uruguay #Uruguay
i invite you people to relive the suffering @ monday night footbal at beIN sports america..
What do you guys want us to cover for the next podcast?
Temas podcast: fecha 10 u 11 de este mes? O 17? You tell me
Resultados poll sobre tabarez facebook
Resumen partidos arg par, posicion en la tabla y proximos rivales
Lista de jugadores locales para echarle un ojo (la hizo martu) y jugadores fuera de uruguay haciendo meritos para ser citados/titulares ya (pereiro, diente, gda, etc, etc)
Tirar dts locales y extranjeros para tomar el mando. Eliminen o agreguen topics a gusto, salu
These are the same bullshit ass “Temas” you always propose – LOL – If you do a Podcast, talk about the game and nothing else…. it don’t matter in the end, Tabarez dominates the Conversation.
i got a topic that doesn’t cease to haunt me.. no matter how poor uruguay looks, the media always justifies it and unsolicited.. i read ovacion, go to tenfield, even urugol.. a little bit of dissent at the observador..
why do you guys think this is?
“It was the best of times…” said someone.
“Tabarez is still the coach!” said another.
“Then it was the worst of times!” they both agreed then.
Can’t believe the lineup Tabarez has conjured up – Rest In Peace the Uruguay National Team, it was fun while it lasted!
“que cuadro mas amarrete por dios..”
well.. i called it.. not that it was so hard..
wait a minute.. now i read that lodeiro was in the starting 11 with cebolla out..
it’s a start but i wish they would have pulled that amorphous egidio..
hoping the tactical figure is more of a 4-3-1-2 because lodeiro and the wing do not mix.. it worked on the england game if you recall.. altough arg. has better ball possession.. we don’t really need wingers here.. we need bochazos largos looking to spring luisito & el edi.. lodeiro even with all his flaws can really pass the ball better than any other uruguayan player..
@Nico – Win some, lose some…. but Tabarez is forever …. LOL
Nico, you don’t “get” Notas de Voz, it comes with the iPad and iPhone, he he
Forgive him Jules, he just discovered the IPAD – one day he’ll discover Fondue. 😉
and let the head-scratching continue:
vecino – out injured.. only a local from uruguay or a free (not under contract) player can be called upon at this point..
so he calls a guy that has been under rehab all summer (uruguay’s winter) hasn’t played since april, has not even made his debut on the field with pen~arol..
how does the old saying go?
“mas vale mal conocido que bueno por conocer”
tabarez has become el maestro of cliche really..
how can you call this guy?
if he had to be “from the process, i take el tata, without contract, fat and out of shape..
but this really was an opportunity to call a new guy, like romero or rodriguez from pen~arol.. good solid players that have been turning heads but have never gotten the call before..
so back to the old “refran”
so, in light of the latest developments – the eleven in mendoza:
fucile, gimenez, godin, palito or silva
sanchez, corujo, egidio, cebolla
of course, el cebolla will last about 35 minutes and will have to be replaced probably with a defensive back to move palito to the midfield..
Stuani accidentally tweeting a photo of a guy’s protruding testicle has to be the funniest story of the year or maybe not… lol.
pic or bs…
Yoru books sent 🙂 i owe you the alfajor. Next time
Thanx – I’ll make sure that heroin you requested gets to you, I got my Drug Mule working on it right now. 😉
http://youtu.be/RzAWT-iT-qk muy buena onda los muchachos de futbolizimo! Recomiendo seguirlos tambien!
Buen People…. Aguante la buena onda!
And a brilliant summary it is…
I’m not surprised, the Old Man is still the coach, the game plan seems to be let Suarez do whatever he wants and Unofficially or Officially Paco decides what’s best for Uruguayan football. Funny the other day on the subway I was assaulted by Puma’s Ghetto targeted retro-Ad Campaign… and THIS is Uruguay’s kit supplier. Anyway Paco knows best 😉
And forgotten in all of this is that Messi un-retired, apparently he found a “personality” by dying his hair blonde and this alone will inspire him to actually give a shit during the big game matches…
I am sure that Puma will up the ante and the AUF will keep them as the jersey supplier.
Only in Uruguay can you have a vote with teams that have obvious conflicts of interest in keeping Tenfield and Puma. I hope that the AUF at least decides to not sell la Celeste brand again to Tenfield. But with AUF president Valdez, anything is possible.
thank you muchachos..
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