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EskWeston

Nicolas Anelka

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How do you, having experienced Shoah in your family condone killing. Have you learned nothing?

Ow, i am older and you know: now not everyone dying in Nazi camp was Jewish. So yes, I can speak out of experience. My family was very affected. Retaliation is not your solution, hawk.

Know what? i was an idiot to talk about killing.

i wish them bad things.

Ok. I can feel that, mate.

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Looks like he is going to Lazio.

Possibly the only club in the world left he has not played for? :D Seriously, this guy should have the middle name Transfer.

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I doubt, Anelka really needs to play for West.

To me, he might have done something with no intention to harm anybody. Somehow, the Jewish community went wild over it, as usual. Let him move on.

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Anelka chooses a weird way to end his career: playing in brazilian league, for Atlético Mineiro.

Anelka+Ronaldinho Gaucho+Jo = no one can beat this.

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Are you sure it's his last club? Wouldn't be surprised if he transfered somewhere else.

lol

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What's up with the Indian league? Del Piero went there, Ljungberg and Pires got out of retirement to go there. Is money there that good?

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What's up with the Indian league? Del Piero went there, Ljungberg and Pires got out of retirement to go there. Is money there that good?

Haha..don't think there's any doubt about that. But all the same, am happy for it...hope it gives football more exposure than it already has in India, and consequently improve Indian football itself.

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Luiz Felipe Scolari says Nicolas Anelka got him the sack at Chelsea by refusing to play on the wing

Former Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari says Nicolas Anelka got him the sack at Stamford Bridge - by refusing to play on the wing.

The Brazilian was axed by the Blues in February 2009 after less than a year in charge with reports suggesting his struggles to speak fluent English were to blame.

But Scolari has poured water on those claims - instead laying the blame at the door of former Arsenal and Liverpool striker Anelka.

When Didier Drogba returned from injury, Scolari says he met with his forwards and explained that one of them would have to play from the wing, and that's when things started to go wrong.

"I had Anelka playing up front. Nine. Top scorer in the league," Scolari told ESPN Brazil.

"The players return, I make a meeting, and in the meeting I say: 'Look, now that the players have all returned, Drogba is back after two months, we will try to work a situation involving the two attackers playing one by the side, one in the centre, changing positions'.

"Then Anelka, the league’s top scorer, said: 'I do not play on the wing'. Well, that’s when I said: 'You don’t play on the wing, one’s going to be on the left, it’s over, I’m not going to stay here arguing with you guys'.

"I left there and our team was third in the league, three or four points behind top. Qualified for the round-of-16 or quarter-finals of the Champions League. But there was this bad environment, that situation.

 

"I don’t know if I had continued, what would have happened. But it was interrupted. There, I got upset.

"They’ll say: 'Oh, because you didn’t speak English perfectly'. Of course, I did not. I didn’t speak English perfectly. But I understood perfectly.

"We understood, with my English, and the English that was spoken there, we understood perfectly."

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/luiz-felipe-scolari-says-nicolas-11735843

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