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  1. I don't give up? Interesting comment after another two posts of throwing down. And you've thrown in another disorder now too. But oh wait, you're just being facetious. Of course. "I'm quite capable of shredding the gibberish you have posted above. You have given me a good laugh with that reply, so thanks for that!" Yeah, you attempted to de-escalate. It's so clear. For someone who doesn't feel like a victim to be repeatedly posting you're the innocent who people keep picking fights with and you don't understand why is a bit out of character. F*ck this is a pathetic display. How about this one. What can I say, you bring out the a$$hole in me. That's your gift. I've expressed my thoughts pretty clearly. And I'll do what I should have done after two sentences and said thanks. Lesson learned and apologies to everyone who had to stomach such a wretched display of humanity.
  2. Glad you got a good laugh. The right question is why I appeared out of the blue. Hopefully one day you figure that out. And hopefully now you'll: a) stop polluting threads (volume) b) with every thought that comes into your head (content) b) and think more about what you post (accuracy) If you come back in four years with that under control, my job here is done.
  3. Huh? YOU are the one who said you have mental health issues! See above. "I have a history of two sentences with you, from which [you've determined] I have mental health issues." I figured your reference to passive aggressive disorder was pretty apparent. ergo: "And btw I said I've replied to you with two sentences from which you've said I have mental health issues." You started off with two quite offensive sentences and in spite of banging on about respect you seem to be continuing that theme. Sentence number two is quite offensive?: "The women's boards have always been a strong alternative community of people respecting each other and there's never been a need to ignore anyone. Hopefully that doesn't change." So far as the number of posts I have made on this thread, I'm inclined to take your comment about mental health issues a little more seriously knowing that you went to the trouble to generate that number. Again, mental health attacks are pretty low. Here's another number - 40. The number of people posting in this thread, of which one person has contributed over a quarter of the comments to. Honestly, I have respected and appreciated your contributions to this forum in the past and that is the only reason I am now showing restraint in my replies to your ongoing nonsensical and disingenuous (see above) jibes in my direction. I have no idea why you are doing it but now would be a good time to stop. Ah yes, the innocent victim card again. When there is a pattern perhaps there is more to things.
  4. You may only post here every four years but you carpet-bombed this thread with 61 posts. If you were Ernest Hemingway I'd say cool, or if you had great insight into the game. But I think like many people I struggled with whatever came into your head as opposed to well-thought out and expressed analysis. And btw I said I've replied to you with two sentences from which you've said I have mental health issues. Maybe it's just me but struggling to see a connection from that to how many times you've replied to me.
  5. For sure you do. Brazil are a lot like Canada, the Dutch, the Aussies, Norway, etc. Countries with 5-8 real strong footballers and then 2-5 "others". As opposed to the US, Germany, France, England, etc with 11 strong across the field and down the bench. Cristiane was broken and on the bench, Marta was gassed, Formiga was out too (whoever heard of a 41 year-old midfielder, what utterly complete and beautiful madness). They were bringing in kids and their experienced core was watered down even further. I think they were just in disarray.
  6. I have a history of two sentences with you, from which I have mental health issues. Good demonstration of respect.
  7. The women's boards have always been a strong alternative community of people respecting each other and there's never been a need to ignore anyone. Hopefully that doesn't change.
  8. Yes they are. I've posted more in the women's forum than everyone else here put together over the past 13 years. Even before that on the predecessor. Makes me feel old.
  9. Been super busy with life and work and lurking. But have noticed some really strange comments and observations. Like player X is great or played great when player X turned the ball over 50-60% of the time she touched it. Or the refereeing is great, good Lord they've assigned referees from places like Rwanda, Uruguay, Ethiopia, Zambia, Honduras... where women's soccer is so hopelessly amateur and so far from UEFA international standard it's actually comedic. Politically correct but talk about setup to fail.
  10. I've really struggled with your posts from volume, content and accuracy perspectives. Please think more and post less.
  11. For some reason my old account didn't migrate, but from a brief scan that's not unique. I've been involved in female soccer for four decades, helped keep the women's boards at the V's going through many lean years, been to WCs, Euros, Olympics, seen hundreds of pro women's club games all over the world. I have good context in the women's game. Feel free to ignore but you're missing out - I am very discerning and IMHO he's clearly the best writer on Vs and the only guy I'd actually pay to read.
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