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Argentina World Cup Player Profiles

John and I have put together a player profile for the Argentina National Team. Here it is:

Goalkeepers:
Sergio ROMERO

Despite of his indifference form at club over the past few seasons and also with almost regular football at Monaco, El Chiquito has manage to keep his place in the National Team as the undisputed first choice goalkeeper. We hope the trust that place on him by SABELLA will act as a motivation to do well in Brazil

Mariano ANDUJAR

He was a regular fixture under Diego MARADONA during the 2010 World Cup qualifier before losing his spot to ROMERO following a poor performance against Brazil in 2009. This will be his second World Cup and with his experience of regular football at club level, he could still be a reliable choice at goal should anything happen to ROMERO

Agustín ORION

SABELLA may know him too well as ORION was his first choice goalkeeper during their time together at Estudiantes which comes to no surprise on why regularly gets the call. Highly unlikely to see any minutes but a good back up to both ROMERO and ANDUJAR

Defenders:
Pablo ZABALETA

Since 2010, he has already established himself as the first choice at right back for the National Team. A utility player as he could also operate in left back when needed and he is known for his tenacious style of play. He will arrive in Brazil with massive confidence after winning the Premier League title with Manchester City. A 2008 Olympic gold medalist.

Ezequiel GARAY

A member of the 2005 U20 World Cup winning team & 2008 Olympic Gold medalist. Since he’s departure from Real Madrid to Benfica, he has rediscovered the form which made him one of the promising center-back and has now firmly established as SABELLA’s first choice. An instrumental figure in Benfica’s domestic treble winning season.

Federico FERNANDEZ

He is another one of SABELLA’s alumni during his time from Estudiantes. He has already firmly established himself as a starter for the National Team and will partner GARAY in the central of defense.

Marcos ROJO

Like or not, he will be the first choice at left back in Brazil as he has been regular feature under SABELLA’s management. One of several Estudiantes players that have enjoyed some playing time with the National Team since SABELLA took over. Could be our weakest link in the starting line up so let’s hope he does repay the faith that SABELLA’s has in him.

Hugo CAMPAGNARO

Relatively a late comer to the National Team making his debut at the age 32 but has since established himself among the regular players called up by SABELLA. Has consistently been among the best defenders in Serie A over the past few years.

Martin DEMICHELIS

A surprise inclusion to the team as he was never in the picture under SABELLA after last featuring for the National Team in a World Cup qualifier against Bolivia back 2011. However despite of his somewhat performance for Manchester City, he blossomed towards the last few months of the season; playing a key role in helping them to win the Premier League. Naturally a center back but could also play as a defensive midfielder. He has enormous physical strength plus the ability to win the ball in the air.

José María BASANTA (Monterrey)

Captain for Mexican club Monterrey, BASANTA made his debut for the Argentina National Team against in a World Cup Qualifier against Bolivia in March 2013. BASANTA has played as CB as well as in the left back position under Alejandro SABELLA.

Midfielders:
Javier MASCHERANO

Tough, strong, hardworking, leadership; those are some of the words that can be associate for a player whom many believe plays with a heart as big as he’s head. Will be playing in his third straight World Cup and as always we can expect him to play with huge intensity, running after every opponent, tackling and winning back the ball. The only footballer in the history of the Olympics with two gold medals.

Fernando GAGO

Once touted as the resurrection of Fernando REDONDO. Suffered a knee strain that could have prevented him from his first World Cup appearances but manage to recover just in time.  On his best, he can be tough and resilience in his defensive duties but equally graceful, creative and visionary in attack. Has struck a great partnership with MASCHERANO in the middle and will be a key figure in SABELLA’s plan

Lucas BIGLIA:

A member of the 2005 U20 World Cup winning team along with Lionel MESSI, Sergio AGUERO and co, BIGLIA's National Team career has been a rollercoaster ride. In and out of the team for a few years, BIGLIA has slowly established himself as a reliable midfielder for SABELLA, often being substituted into the match in the second half. He delayed having shoulder injury in 2011 to be able to play in the Copa America.

Angel DI MARIA

He is currently on a high right now and is in perhaps the form of his life after enjoying in what has been his most successful year with Real Madrid. Won the Champions League last season and was named as the Final’s Man of the Match for his brilliant performance. Now playing in more a central role instead on the wings, he has seems to found major success in his new role as he was the top provider for his club with 19 assists all season.  Will play an important figure for the team in Brazil in providing his spark from midfield.

Maxi RODRIGUEZ:

A real professional, Maxi is one of the veterans on the Argentina National Team. Taking part in his third World Cup, Maxi is probably most known for his goal of the tournament striker against Mexico in 2006. A regular in Alejandro SABELLA's team, Maxi has been in good form for Argentina and will bring experience to the team.

Ricardo ALVAREZ:

One of the tallest forwards on the team, ALVAREZ has good ball control and having watched him live playing for Argentina, is a fast player for his height. ALVAREZ can play many positions and while naturally a midfielder, he has played as a center forward in the past.

Augusto FERNANDEZ:

A product of the famous River Plate youth system, FERNANDEZ is a right sided midfielder who brings balance to the midfield.

Enzo PEREZ:

A fantastic season with Benfica, PEREZ has developed into a great box to box player. A hard worker, PEREZ is great going forward and will go back and defend when needed. A creative player when on the ball.

Forwards:
Lionel MESSI

What is there left to say for a player that has already achieved so much over the last few years; I’m sure you can Google to find out the long list of accolades in his career. However this year his form has took a dip, all of which could prove to be a catalyst to finally shine in the blue & white shirt at the World Cup. If there ever was a time for the Flea to stamp his mark at the World Cup, Brazil is the platform. Will be hoping he will finally bring his club form & qualifier performance to the final stage

Sergio AGUERO

The last few years, Kun has been going from strength to strength and going to Brazil, he will be in the best form he has ever enjoyed after a spectacular season for his club Manchester City. Four years ago, he only had a bit part but this time he will be an important figure in SABELLA’s attack as his agility, acceleration, strength & plus clinical finish will be huge factor for the Albiceleste.

Gonzalo HIGUAIN

At the moment, he is the best No.9 we have judging by the statistic of 20 goals in 31 appearances since making his debut against Peru in 2009. His great striking ability in the box and a knack for goals will be crucial. Will also go to Brazil on a high after a strong showing for Napoli on his debut season in Serie A. Together with MESSI & Kun, he will form in what will be regarded as the best three man attack on the planet. One of three players in the history of Argentina to score a hat-trick at the Word Cup.

Ezequiel LAVEZZI:

A real spark plug, LAVEZZI brings energy into the team. While he isn’t the best finisher, he will help set up team mates. A gold medal winner at the 2008 Olympic games, LAVEZZI is a great option to have on the bench to run the opposition into the ground.

Rodrigo PALACIO:

Probably the least flashy of Argentina’s forwards, PALACIO is a very intelligent, versatile and experienced player. He will run back and help defend when needed but will also be making darting runs at the opposition.
 




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cleanball
(Indonesia)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 11:37 PM
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We have no chance, we have to win


Toby
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 8:17 PM
0
Great pic :)


Abs
(United States)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 5:13 PM
0
Did anyone notice that Spain only called 3 natural CBs to the world cup ?!


T-Ben
(Haiti)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 3:49 PM
0
Juli2014, PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEE !!!!!!


Chalz
(Oman)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 2:21 PM
0
@Julian, what happened?? I thought u were an optimist.
.
The Helping Hand of God is with Argentina.


Juli2014
(Argentina)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:37 PM
0
It really scares me to say but... i can see us losing in the final to brazil..


Pradi
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 12:11 PM
0
true......


rup
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 11:51 AM
0
i know argentina has the best squad but as world cup nears im getting more n more nervous i dnt want another 2006 scenario or 2002 scenario im very nervous mayb 1st match may calm my nerves if argentina play with potential


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 11:24 AM
1
@Dammage: Messi wont sit out any game at the world cup..Messi wasn't walking around all season for Barcelona to be put on the Argentina bench at the world cup, no matter the circumstances, Messi will always be on the pitch..Messi is also playing to score the most goals too, so I don't see him resting against Nigeria of all teams especially when Messi did not score against them the last time after all the countless chance he had against them back in 2010..

@Vimal: Don't waste your time responding to these troll comments..I have seen enough of this foolish talk at G**l.com.


vimal
(Malaysia)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 11:10 AM
0
@joy ...argentina's defence is weak??lol...do u even watch their games sir?? we havent concede in 5 games in a row..d game b4 tat ws played with our 2nd string side against a strong uruguay side..i realize our defence is one of d most compact n hardworkin defence in d world..n even if we dont have superstars in that position, as a team we collectively defend better than most teams especially recently if u watch their games..ppl r jz stereotypin our issues on defence nowadays..


dammage7
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 11:06 AM
0

if we win 1st 2 matches we will do this

------Campa - fede-- - Demichelis - Basanta

-------------enzo------biglia

-----maxi----------------------ricky

------------aguero-----palacio



mmh007
(Argentina)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 10:24 AM
2
@Joy....You slept way too much bro!!! I suggest you to watch all of our game played under Sabella with your breakfast now


Aslam
(Qatar)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 8:13 AM
1
I have previously posted the names of under 20 WC winning players and Olympic Gold winning players in this team. If you just count them it is 10 players who won Olympic gold medal and 8 players who won the under 20 WC. As combine they are 11 players only..! Most of them won both. They are playing together for a long time now..!!
If you combine these team you will be surprised...we have one excellent team already..! A 3-4-3 line up of Winners..!

----------------Romero-------------------
-----Zabaleta---Mascherano------Garay-----
Maxi--------Gago-------Biglia------Dimaria
-------Messi------Aguero------Lavezzi-----


gedona
(Ethiopia)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 8:05 AM
2
I am a life-long Argentina fan from Ethiopia, starting back in Mexico ’86. I came this site dedicated exclusively to Argentine football and this is my first comment.
Time to put an end to that run of disappointments and heartbreaks.
Wit this group of stars and the right chemistry, Sabella can do it.Vamos!


Deb
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 7:58 AM
2
I beg to differ with those who think playing Fab4 will make the team defensively weak, and hence we should play a 4-4-2 in big matches. I have watched Higuain very closely with Napoli for the best part of this season, most of us have. He can defend, and does defend, as good as anyone else. His work rate is way better than Madrid days. And it's not that he only tries to snatch balls away in the midfield areas. He does also comes down to the defensive zone more often than not and helps his defenders. He has done that for his club, no reason he can't do that for us now.

Playing an extra midfielder (like Enzo or Ricky) and compromising the Fab4 is not the best idea perhaps. Higuain can score a lot of goals, and he can do a lot of defending too. Sabella may be resting him for now, but make no mistake. Gonzalo Higuain will start our matches in the world cup.



travis
(Japan)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 7:43 AM
1
yup agree with Aslam there about basanta, finally, we can see someone who would be best for the lb position. question is, would sabella start basanta ahead of rojo??

my choice at the back: zaba, fede, garay, basanta

not the usual suspects: zaba, fede, garay, rojo


Aslam
(Qatar)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 7:36 AM
1
@joy, Sabella has made the right defensive combination..you will understand that if you watched Argentina's recent matches before Sabella and after he came.
May be the mentioned names by you are so attractive but they are up to the task. Basanta is a 'pearl' found by Sabella...mark my word.


joy
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 6:57 AM
0
wc is a tough competition..for win this competition the a balance combination between attack and defence is the main thing.like germany brazil belgium and spain.sabella got 3yrs but he cudnt make the right defenssive combination...although argentina have fab4 in foward but the quality of back line is so poor..sergio romero marcos rojo andujar basanta are not so attractive.but still now i cant understand about demichellis selection in nt.


The Thinker
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 5:53 AM
0
Golden Ball is a far more important and prestigious award than Golden Boot... Maradona didn't win Golden Boot but he he won the Ball and he OWNED the 86 WC.. Oleg Salenko scored 5 goals outrageously against cameroon in the 94 WC and Russia didn't even get past 1st Round.. I am certain that One of Messi/Aguero/Di Maria will win the Golden Ball and if Higuain wins the Golden Boot then it will be an added Bonus... but at the end of the day,, you don't dream of these awards,, you dream of the greatest prize of them all-- THE world Cup.. My greatest wishes for Messi and Co..


Suharta
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 5:34 AM
0
Argentina my favourite team and Maradona my favourite footballer be the part of the history of football world cup 2014 which will be achieved by Messi & co. in Marakana in 14 July, 2014.


Pradi
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 2:02 AM
0
i feel italy and holland will be de shock exits....


Pradi
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:59 AM
0
fluminese put past 3 against italy....!!!!!


Aslam
(Qatar)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:53 AM
3
I want an Argentine player to win both Golden boot (Messi/Higuain/Aguero)and Golden ball(Messi). Not just this...i want Argentina to stun the world by not letting a single goal in the whole tournament (or very few goals) and win the Cup. Many football fans taunts Argentina...they say 'we dont have defense'. They just looking for big names in the back...and also they have a picture of how we lost against Germany in the last WC. The world will have to change their words and will praise Argentine back after WC...i am confident on this...many clubs will run after our defenders...even Rojo will be a hot target for many clubs after the WC.


haman
(Bahrain)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:46 AM
1
Guys calmate!!

Sabella isn't going to change his main formation. 4,3,3, will kick off and knock off!

The fantastic 4 will start in the main matches, it'll only change if secured the second round in the second match or if we have no other option!


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:42 AM
0
Here are the odds for the top 20 goal scorers at the world cup:

1. Lionel Messi (Argentina) — 7/1
2. Neymar (Brazil) —10/1
3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) —12/1
4. Sergio Aguero (Argentina) —14/1
5. Luis Suarez (Uruguay) —18/1
6. Gonzalo Higuain (Argentina) —20/1
7. Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) —22/1
8. Fred (Brazil) —25/1
9. Karim Benzema (France) —25/1
10.Robin Van Persie (Netherlands) —25/1
11.Thomas Muller (Germany) —25/1
12.Diego Costa (Spain) —28/1
13. Edinson Cavani (Uruguay) —33/1
14.Hulk (Brazil) —33/1
15.Mario Balotelli (Italy) —33/1
16. Miroslav Klose (Germany) —33/1
17.Fernando Torres (Spain) —40/1
18.Jo (Brazil) —40/1
19.Olivier Giroud (France) —40/1
20.Wayne Rooney (England) —40/1


JZ4
(India)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:36 AM
0
Imo we are the most flexible team in this WC, Sabella gonna use 3 Man Diff for sure at some point

------------Romi-------------
--Campa----Garay-----Basanta--
Zaba--Gago---Masche------Rojo
-----Messi--Higuain---di Ma
Can't wait...


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 1:18 AM
0
Abs I don't see any other striker at the world cup getting close to 8 goals, only Messi..The groups that have other prominent strikers will all be tight affairs and the second round and going forward will only get tighter when it comes to scoring goals..

1) England,Italy, Uruguay, Costa Rica..I don't see a bag of goals scoring in this group.

2) Portugal, Ghana, Germany, USA..This will also be a low scoring group

3) Colombia, Japan, Greece, Ivory Coast..This will not be an high scoring group either.

4) Chile, Australia, Holland, Spain..This group will probably average 2 goals a game at most..


Top scorer will either be Argentine players and Brazilian players..If France show up, then maybe Benzema can finally deliver for France but I don't see many strikers in this world cup outscoring the Argentina players..


Abs
(United States)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 12:46 AM
1
I just got a feeling that Higuain will score 8 goals in this world cup, and most likely 4 of them against Iran.

Not sure if he'll be the world cup top scorer since there are a lot of below average teams in this tournament who could easily conced 8 goals per game.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/10/2014 at 12:34 AM
1
Higuain-Messi-Di Maria-Aguero will start against Bosnia Herz and Iran.For the Nigeria game Sabella will rest both Aguero and Higuain replacing them with Palacio and Lavezzi, also Ricky in for Di Maria..Messi will play all group stage game..Second round will be the same 4-3-3 formation and most likely 4-3-3 for the quarter final depending on the opposition attack..The semifinal and final is where Sabella will go 3-5-2 or 4-4-2..This experiment he has been trying is for this specific reason, to use it for the semifinal and final...


TheVickerman
(India)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 10:20 PM
7
A few "expert" observations and conclusions based on the team picture :

1. Many of the guys , especially at the back, look like their heads are popping out of the luggage compartment!!! This is really preposterous by the AFA! Can't they get enough seats for our entire squad instead of cheaply trying to fit them into the overhead luggage room? RIDICULOUS!!

2. Judging by how the lads have been lined up in the picture, it's obvious that we are going to play the 3-5-8-7 formation! Sabella is a BEAST!

3. What in god's world is Gago trying to do reaching down and feeling Aguero's buttocks!!

4. At the back - It's now a fact that Palacio and Basanta have fused into 1 body with 2 heads, stuck at the neck. It's a genius move by Sabella again. We now have a dual ariel threat at both ends of the game!

5. Note how Higuain is WAY at the back. It's blatantly apparent that he is now no more the first choice in attack . Goodbye Fab 4.

6. It's only rightful that 2 of our fastest players on Offense and defense are wearing sunglasses to prevent their eyes from hurting when they blaze past everyone else on the field- Lavezzi and Demi.

7. It was reported that Romero was asked to take the picture of the squad first, but true to his form, he dropped the camera.

8. Note how Rojo is standing IN position at LB EVEN while posing for the picture. This can be interpreted as a big F - YOU to all his critics who said he wasn't disciplined enough.




guled
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 10:04 PM
0
Sabella is likely to prefer higuain ahead of aguero vs top teams becouse of height, he is likely to add one more midfielder either Perez, augusto or Ricky depending on the opponent of the day, basanta is doing good I like him as center back


bunchowhero
(Hong Kong)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 9:17 PM
0
I think Sabella won't use Higuain and Aguero in the same time and Basanta will take the left back role, the line-up will be: Romero - Zabaleta,Garay,Fernandez,Basanta - Gago,Maschereno - Ricky,Aguero,Di Maria - Messi. Very balanced team with Aguero, Ricky and Di Maria which move a lot.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 8:03 PM
0
One of the guy on the ESPN panel say he's very impress with Argentina..Finally people saying Argentina has good defense..


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 8:01 PM
1
ESPN panel predicting Argentina will go all the way..I told you guys 2 months back that as soon as the world cup start Argentina will be most people favorite..

http://www.espnfc.us/video/espn-fc-tv/86/video/1870849/argentina-to-crash-brazils-party


Dfox
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 7:50 PM
0
http://network.yardbarker.com/soccer/article_external/10_greatest_goals_in_world_cup_history/16609162

nice goals


guled
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 7:49 PM
0
Argentina fans bought 10000 tickets for the final at the maracana , our fans will be there for the team every game, it is our time


marindrianto
(Indonesia)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 7:40 PM
1
This is the time. Here, we will pray hard that you guys will play all seven games and bring the trophy home. God bless you guys.


Dinucci
(Argentina)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 7:19 PM
0
Ghana loses the ball so easily


Dinucci
(Argentina)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 6:02 PM
0
King messi they left today


guled
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:57 PM
0
Good luck guys, work hard and rely on each other and bring back the cup, vamos argentina


kingmessi
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:45 PM
0
why our players are still in argentina? when are they leaving for brazil?


T-Ben
(Haiti)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:41 PM
0
Thank you Roy for bringing this fever to us !!!


T-Ben
(Haiti)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:37 PM
0
My Heart goes with you, guys !!! Let's rock this place !


Abs
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:37 PM
0
Good Luck Guys


Khan
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:15 PM
1
#Respect to the few who support Sabella from very beginning!


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 5:04 PM
0
are my old eyes deceiving me but do lavezzi and higuain look like brothers? :)
this is the team to bring home the big prize!!!


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 4:39 PM
0
Argentina fans in Brazil will also play a big part at the world cup, don't forget about the 12 man..


Aslam
(Qatar)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 4:38 PM
2
FIFA UNDER 20 World Cup WInners in this team:

Romero, Garay, Zabaleta, Gago, Biglia, Dimaria, Messi and Aguero(2 times).



Olympic Gold Medal Winners:

Romero, Garay, Zabaleta,Gago, Dimaria, Maxi Rodriguez, Messi, Aguero, Lavezzi and Mascherano (2 times).


Pradi
(India)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 4:35 PM
0
www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/worldcup2014/article-2653233/Argentina-stars-Messi-Aguero-Co-group-selfie-flight-World-Cup-Uruguays-Cavani-Ramirez-too.html

i think...sabella is de photographer.... ha ha ha, lol...


Aslam
(Qatar)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 4:34 PM
1
Really nice...its WC 2014 winning team profile.


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 4:29 PM
0
Why did we wear black shorts against Slovenia? I think it's because Slovenia jersey is white. Hope we will return to white shorts soon.

Can't really wait for the WC.

We will we will rock you!



KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 4:02 PM
0
Ruud van Nistelrooy said he believe Messi will score 10 goals at the world cup..


dammage7
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:55 PM
0
RICKY!!!!!!!!!


Pradi
(India)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:54 PM
0
lovely.....


joesoccers
(Canada)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:53 PM
0
it doesn't really matter, the team is rock solid.


argentina is going to attack so often, so many times, that they won't have a chance to play defence.


haman
(Bahrain)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:47 PM
1
This is a great job! Thank you Roy and John.

To add more, Sabella needed a profile as well!


thebighash
(United States)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:44 PM
0
Thanks for putting this together! All we need is the cup now :D


maraDON
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:43 PM
0
KUN LOOKS LIKE MY SON weird as fuck that is sadly my boys a drunk after destroying gary linekers sunday football records in leicester

kid was like messi but CHAV culture stole him from me fuck him and kun look alike


maraDON
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:40 PM
0
dimaria pleaseeat something ,and higuain looks like a guy on a gay dating site NOT THAT I WOULD NOW WHAT THAT LOOKS LIKE

lavezzi looks high,messi looks so normal like any dude in the street



maraDON
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:34 PM
0
bless um look all them little lads on there way i could pinch every cheek go get um boys


you can just see the tall mans head right at the back,wonder whos ass cheek had to be sqeezedin that pick to ensure are win tell us tallman tell us your magic

lol wish um well guys uts on like donky kong


baker
(India)
Posted on 6/9/2014 at 3:17 PM
0
Excellent description about our team....
hope other teams shit wont ruin this thread

Do you want Carlos TEVEZ back?
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2.1% (1)
- Not enough time
4.2% (2)
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