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i'm not going to quote cuz too many quotes are an eye sore.. anyway.. in term of raw ability, the english youngsters are not in the same standards of the youngsters from the countries u've mentioned.. there might be a few and that's it.. if u compared to other countries.. they've got plenty of talented individuals and most of them are world class..


For sure....it is Brazil :grim:


well..they're blessed with so many talented footballers.. i think Argentina is the same too.. like Luque told me once, it's in their genes.. hehe..

i think a proper research need to be done regarding that, can footballing skills be passed thru the generation thru genetics?

brazil and argentina are producing so many quality plyrs, we need to find out what's their secret. is it their food? their culture? the air they breathe? huhu


Culture maybe? cuz footy is part of their rich culture.. huhu..


my friend once stated that football shud be considered as Brazilian's religion...


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Fasha wrote:
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Fasha wrote:
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Fasha wrote:
i'm not going to quote cuz too many quotes are an eye sore.. anyway.. in term of raw ability, the english youngsters are not in the same standards of the youngsters from the countries u've mentioned.. there might be a few and that's it.. if u compared to other countries.. they've got plenty of talented individuals and most of them are world class..


For sure....it is Brazil :grim:


well..they're blessed with so many talented footballers.. i think Argentina is the same too.. like Luque told me once, it's in their genes.. hehe..

i think a proper research need to be done regarding that, can footballing skills be passed thru the generation thru genetics?

brazil and argentina are producing so many quality plyrs, we need to find out what's their secret. is it their food? their culture? the air they breathe? huhu


Culture maybe? cuz footy is part of their rich culture.. huhu..


my friend once stated that football shud be considered as Brazilian's religion...

i think it comes to their culture. like the japanese, their known for their superior reading habit and timekeeping, germans for their engineering, singaporean for their cleanliness and argentina/brazil for their footy..


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nazq wrote:
Fasha wrote:
Loque wrote:
Fasha wrote:
judin wrote:
Fasha wrote:
i'm not going to quote cuz too many quotes are an eye sore.. anyway.. in term of raw ability, the english youngsters are not in the same standards of the youngsters from the countries u've mentioned.. there might be a few and that's it.. if u compared to other countries.. they've got plenty of talented individuals and most of them are world class..


For sure....it is Brazil :grim:


well..they're blessed with so many talented footballers.. i think Argentina is the same too.. like Luque told me once, it's in their genes.. hehe..

i think a proper research need to be done regarding that, can footballing skills be passed thru the generation thru genetics?

brazil and argentina are producing so many quality plyrs, we need to find out what's their secret. is it their food? their culture? the air they breathe? huhu


Culture maybe? cuz footy is part of their rich culture.. huhu..


my friend once stated that football shud be considered as Brazilian's religion...

i think it comes to their culture. like the japanese, their known for their superior reading habit and timekeeping, germans for their engineering, singaporean for their cleanliness and argentina/brazil for their footy..


and Malaysian??....... :question:


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judin wrote:
Loque wrote:
nazq wrote:
Fasha wrote:
Loque wrote:
Fasha wrote:
judin wrote:
Fasha wrote:
i'm not going to quote cuz too many quotes are an eye sore.. anyway.. in term of raw ability, the english youngsters are not in the same standards of the youngsters from the countries u've mentioned.. there might be a few and that's it.. if u compared to other countries.. they've got plenty of talented individuals and most of them are world class..


For sure....it is Brazil :grim:


well..they're blessed with so many talented footballers.. i think Argentina is the same too.. like Luque told me once, it's in their genes.. hehe..

i think a proper research need to be done regarding that, can footballing skills be passed thru the generation thru genetics?

brazil and argentina are producing so many quality plyrs, we need to find out what's their secret. is it their food? their culture? the air they breathe? huhu


Culture maybe? cuz footy is part of their rich culture.. huhu..


my friend once stated that football shud be considered as Brazilian's religion...

i think it comes to their culture. like the japanese, their known for their superior reading habit and timekeeping, germans for their engineering, singaporean for their cleanliness and argentina/brazil for their footy..


and Malaysian??....... :question:


ur Malaysian don't u? u should know..


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judin wrote:
Loque wrote:
nazq wrote:
Fasha wrote:
Loque wrote:
Fasha wrote:
judin wrote:
Fasha wrote:
i'm not going to quote cuz too many quotes are an eye sore.. anyway.. in term of raw ability, the english youngsters are not in the same standards of the youngsters from the countries u've mentioned.. there might be a few and that's it.. if u compared to other countries.. they've got plenty of talented individuals and most of them are world class..


For sure....it is Brazil :grim:


well..they're blessed with so many talented footballers.. i think Argentina is the same too.. like Luque told me once, it's in their genes.. hehe..

i think a proper research need to be done regarding that, can footballing skills be passed thru the generation thru genetics?

brazil and argentina are producing so many quality plyrs, we need to find out what's their secret. is it their food? their culture? the air they breathe? huhu


Culture maybe? cuz footy is part of their rich culture.. huhu..


my friend once stated that football shud be considered as Brazilian's religion...

i think it comes to their culture. like the japanese, their known for their superior reading habit and timekeeping, germans for their engineering, singaporean for their cleanliness and argentina/brazil for their footy..


and Malaysian??....... :question:

food. its the truth :nod:


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Loque wrote:
judin wrote:
Loque wrote:
nazq wrote:
Fasha wrote:
Loque wrote:
Fasha wrote:
judin wrote:
Fasha wrote:
i'm not going to quote cuz too many quotes are an eye sore.. anyway.. in term of raw ability, the english youngsters are not in the same standards of the youngsters from the countries u've mentioned.. there might be a few and that's it.. if u compared to other countries.. they've got plenty of talented individuals and most of them are world class..


For sure....it is Brazil :grim:


well..they're blessed with so many talented footballers.. i think Argentina is the same too.. like Luque told me once, it's in their genes.. hehe..

i think a proper research need to be done regarding that, can footballing skills be passed thru the generation thru genetics?

brazil and argentina are producing so many quality plyrs, we need to find out what's their secret. is it their food? their culture? the air they breathe? huhu


Culture maybe? cuz footy is part of their rich culture.. huhu..


my friend once stated that football shud be considered as Brazilian's religion...

i think it comes to their culture. like the japanese, their known for their superior reading habit and timekeeping, germans for their engineering, singaporean for their cleanliness and argentina/brazil for their footy..


and Malaysian??....... :question:

food. its the truth :nod:


:nod: :nod: :nod:


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we already saw da silva bros and wellbeck strut their stuff, macheda is fast becoming a fans favorite. now, the next star to emerge from the youth team..



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can we make this the official youngster thread? :nod:


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Macheda was about to give up football until Fergie rescued him from 'mean' Lazio, claims Italian talent spotter

By MARK RYAN

The man who discovered Federico Macheda, the new poster boy of Old Trafford, claimed last night that the teenager who has now rescued Manchester United’s title bid with winning goals in successive matches could have been lost to football had Sir Alex Ferguson not signed him.

Volfango Patarca, who in almost 25 years of service to Lazio’s youth system also spotted such talents as Paolo Di Canio and Alessandro Nesta, has told Macheda’s former club to stop blaming United for what he claimed was their own poor handling of the player.

Macheda scored United’s winner at Sunderland yesterday in a repeat performance of his remarkable Premier League debut last week when his goal against Aston Villa sent United back to the top in the title race.

That strike also prompted Lazio — under pressure for losing the jewel of their youth set-up — to attack United over their signing of the teenager shortly after his 16th birthday.

But Patarca insisted that Macheda could not have turned down a move to Old Trafford because Lazio had failed to support his impoverished family.

Macheda, known since childhood as Kiko, comes from Ponte di Nona, a run-down area to the east of Rome and a world away from Lazio’s Formello training ground to the north of the Italian capital.

His parents struggled just to pay Macheda’s travelling costs for the daily 100-mile round trip to training but Patarca, 64, claims Lazio snubbed requests from the player’s father, Pasquale, for help.

‘Three times Pasquale asked Lazio for financial help, because it was so tough trying to get Kiko to the training ground every day,’ said Patarca. ‘It cost money and time away from work. Pasquale asked for the club to fix him up with a job. I believe as little as
500 euros a month could have solved the problem.

'But my understanding is that Lazio only offered to help once they realised that Manchester United were interested in Federico.

‘That was too late because they hadn’t seemed to believe in him enough before. So thank God for Manchester United. What would have happened if they hadn’t been interested and Kiko’s parents had been left with the problem of trying to find the time
and money to take the boy such a long way to training every day?

‘Without Manchester United, I believe he would have had to stop playing. He would have had to finish with football and would have been lost to the game. Instead, he is in
England, where United have helped him to mature far more quickly than he would have done in Italy.

‘You cannot go wrong with Sir Alex Ferguson. Lazio should just be quiet and learn from their mistakes.’

It was in Ponte di Nona that six-year-old Macheda played football in the street and car park outside his flat with the older boys from his graffitti-covered apartment block.

One of them, 20-year-old Patrizio Antonelli, remembers Kiko well.

‘He was three years younger than us but still the best,’ he said. Macheda’s father is keen for his son to keep his feet on the ground and he persuaded him to auction his prized United shirt from his extraordinary debut to raise money for victims of the L’Aquila earthquake.

Patarca explained: ‘Pasquale told me the week wasn’t about his son any more, it’s about the kids who really need help in L’Aquila.’


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kinda touching story, isn't it...


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aku xtau nape, tp aku rs macheda ni bakal jd cm torres la ;O

tough kn sket badan die, mst mantop nnt :nod:


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aku rs kita kene tgk dia main full 90 min, baru bleh tgk camne....


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aku rs kita kene tgk dia main full 90 min, baru bleh tgk camne....

kene tggu SAF bg die start. tp ble? rsnye SAF xnk amek risk skng ni.

at least kte dh tgk die maen 30 min. pasni klu leh, tgk die maen 60 min lk


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btw, season nih agak ramai youngster yg dpt chance main 1st team dr season2 lepas kn?


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btw, season nih agak ramai youngster yg dpt chance main 1st team dr season2 lepas kn?

yep. stkt ni aku rs, youngsters yg byk dpt pluang utk 1st team:
da silva bros
evans
wellbeck
macheda
gibson

tp possebon lak menghilang. last aku tgk die maen ms lwn boro kn?


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