Achater (Amine Chater)
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Amine Chater
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23rd October, 2010
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21 year old Male
Soccer, or should i say football; i picked up a lousy American accent since i moved here. music, philosophy and cooking
Boring friendly games, penalty kicks, extra time and golden goal.
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Real Madrid fan for quit some time now. the first soccer game i really watched and enjoyed was the final of the CL 2000: Madrid 3 vs Valencia 0. after Raul's astonishing goal,the 12year old i was at that time was falling in love with soccer, i was falling in love with Madrid, with the supporter's never ending cheering 'Hala Madrid', with the simple yet sophisticated white jersey, with the spirit of the team and its history.
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Difference between Madrid and Manchester: Madrid is a bigger club Manchester fans love their star players, Madrid fans love the club Manchester is owned by the ...
7 years ago
Is Roy a better tactician than Benitez? Pool should go for Ramos, the former Sevilla and Madrid coach. then, they might be able to keep their Spanish stars.
Definitely an older striker, a killer finisher. someone who's good in the box, good in the air, can hold the ball and tap the ball in. never mind skills, potent...
Things we learned: Lass is not as good as khedira garay is a better RB than arbeloa benzema is not a lone striker, he's more of a SS di maria is a great dribb...
Welcome to footytube and the Real Madrid page. Gave you 2 cool votes for your allegiance to Real Madrid. :D
I would very much like to see young Mateos given a chance against Murcia, maybe as a RB. play Pepe and Albiol in the center with Marcelo as LB, we need his pace...
Spurs have a wonderful squad, but it seems as though they don't really know how much damage they can do. aside from Chelsea, they have the best squad in the PL....
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