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Maradona Runs Over Cameraman In Car, Robben Criticises Mourinho, Barcelona Reject Chelsea Bid For Yaya Toure

By Ollie Irish

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Diego Maradona runs over cameraman at World Cup squad announcement – not on purpose, but Diego did then call him an asshole. Which is nice [Guardian]

Top 10 bizarre football video game moments [Goaly Moly]

Chelsea have £17m bid for Yaya Toure rejected by Barcelona [Mirror]

Mad Jens Lehmann has a book out [Kickette]

Bayern winger Arjen Robben thinks former boss Jose Mourinho is too cynical [BBC]

Dunga ruined my marriage [Must Read Soccer]

Phil Brown is a psycho [Twitter]

The six worst footballer-endorsed video games [Betfair]

Metro’s fantasy World Cup game is very good [Metro]

Steven Gerrard says Joe Cole is as good as Messi and Ronaldo… in training [Spoiler]

Use Twitter to manage your Panini swaps! [Swapse.es]

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By Ollie Irish on May 20th, 2010 in Barcelona, Champions League, International football, Serie A. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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3 Responses to “Maradona Runs Over Cameraman In Car, Robben Criticises Mourinho, Barcelona Reject Chelsea Bid For Yaya Toure”

  1. Maik says:

    He doesn’t swear at all. He said ‘viejo’, wich literally means ‘old man’, but it can be used like the ‘man’ people put at the end of sentences. Basically he said, ‘ Why would you put your leg under the car, man’.
    I hate him to the core, but I’m not about to make up stuff about him.

  2. Maik says:

    I cought the ‘boludo’ at the beggining… Although it’s still swearing, it’s a pretty common word in argentina (it’s used a lot like ‘man’), but other than that, it simply means stupid, wich the reporter seems to be…

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