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9 Feb 2009
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*******tr-tr.facebook****/pages/Famous-Muslim-Meshur-Muslumanlar/53536466910 *******www.dailymotion****/byturkeymsncom *******www.youtube****/byturkeymsncom El-Hadji Diouf Mohamed Kallon mehmet school muzzy izzet nihat kahveci Shabani Nonda ramazan şahin yıldıray baştürk Top 10 Best World Footballers 2009 This is a new updated video of who I think are the current top 10 football (soccer) players in the world. I have based this on form and actual talent to select the top 10. There are so many talented footballers at the moment, who do you think will take top spot? Here are the players that I chose from: Sergio Kun Agüero (Atlético Madrid)Samir Nasri (Arsenal)Fernando Torres (Liverpool)Zlatan Ibrahimovic(Inter Milan)Kaká (AC Milan)Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal)Ronaldinho(AC Milan)Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)Lionel Messi(Barcelona)Gianluigi Buffon(Juventus),Iker Casillas(Real Madrid),Petr Cech(Chelsea),Edwin van der Sar(Manchester United),Fabio Cannavaro (Real Madrid), Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United), Paolo Maldini (AC Milan), Alessandro Nesta (AC Milan), Carles Puyol (Barcelona), John Terry (Chelsea) (Barcelona), Thierry Henry (Barcelona), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Inter Milan), Wayne Rooney (Machester United), Carlos Tevez (Manchester United), Fernando Torres (Liverpool), Ruud van Nistelrooy (Real Madrid), David Villa (Valencia). The players featured in this video play for countries: Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Togo, Wales.Arsenal, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Bolton, Chelsea, Derby County, Everton, Fulham, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Middlesbrough, Newcastle United, Portsmouth, Reading, Sunderland, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Wigan Athletic. Ronaldinho Gaucho SHOW MEN R10 manchester united, sporting lisbon, portugal, english premier league, skills, goals, rabona hocus pocus, sent off rooney, world cup, CR7, CR17, amazing goal, joga bonito, champions league, carling cup league cup, fa cup, skillz, freekick, penalty, bbc motd, skysports, setanta sports, itv sport, nike vapor, rooney, Cristiano ronaldo, tevez, giggs, scholes, alex ferguson, pfa player of the year, pfa young player of the year Cristiano ronaldo Arsenal, chelsea liverpool bolton, aston villa, birmingham, derby, newcastle, portsmouth reading, tottenham spurs, sporting, rome as roma, ac milan, barcelona, fulham, Middlesbrough, everton, wigan, sunderland, west ham, manchester city, blackburn, rome roma as milan barcelona,champions league, premier league ronaldinho, messi, nani, henry, bojan, adebayor, fabregas, torres, flamini, clichy, evra, vidic, ferdinand, brown, neville, carrick, anderson, scholes, giggs,Arsenal, chelsea liverpool bolton, aston villa, birmingham, derby, newcastle, portsmouth reading, tottenham spurs, sporting, rome as roma, ac milan, barcelona, fulham, Middlesbrough, everton, wigan, sunderland, west ham, manchester city, blackburn, rome, ac milan, barcelona.ronaldinho, messi, nani, henry, bojan, adebayor, fabregas, torres, flamini, clichy, evra, vidic, ferdinand, brown, neville, carrick, anderson, scholes, giggs Cesc Fabragas (Arsenal), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Juninho Pernambucano (Lyon), Kaka (AC Milan), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan), Juan Roman Riquelme (Boca Juniors), Ronaldinho (Barcelona), Paul Scholes (Manchester United), Wesley Sneijder (Real Madrid), Francesco Totti (AS Roma). Ricardo Quaresma,Cristiano Ronaldo,Lionel Messi,Ronaldinho,Adebayor,Fabregas,Henry ,Nani,roullete,pana,nutmeg,rabona manchester champions league season 2007-2008 70/08 alarazboy united,arsenal,chelsea,liverpool,gerrard ,ibrahimovic,robinho,real madrid,inter milano,pato,milan,uefa champions league,barcelona,porto,portugal by Cap1taN awesome skills freesytle battle Roberto Carlos teaches you how to take free kicks HD Fenerbahce Galatasaray Real Madrid Spain Brazil Turkiye Turkey Beckham Cristiano Ronaldo Juninho Brazilian Legend Manchester Unitied England English Primear League
31 Mar 2009
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*******bit.ly/GreatXmasGifts songs: 1. Super Mario Bros. 2 Overworld Theme 2. Dynamite - Unreeeal Superhero 2 3. CORE - Dead feelings visit *******www.somethingawful****/ for more funny stuff !
28 Nov 2011
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Ben 45 campioni di calcio s'inventano cantanti per un'unica squadra impegnata nella lotta contro l'Aids. Avversari in campo, fianco a fianco con un'unica maglietta per ribadire, ognuno nella proprio lingua, "Io gioco per l'amore unito". Tutti impegnati in un'unica vittoria, quella per la vita. Ecco l'elenco completo dei calciatori cantanti: Fabien Barthez (Fra), Selim Benachour (Tun), Laurent Blanc (Fra), Alain Boghossian (Fra), Sol Campbell (Ing), Vincent Candela (Fra), Fabio Cannavaro (Ita), Roberto Carlos (Bra), Marcel Desailly (Fra), Didier Deschamps (Fra), El Hadji Diouf (Sen), Youri Djorkaeff (Fra), Christophe Dugarry (Fra), Luis Figo (Por), Ivan Helguera (Spa), Thierry Henry (Fra), Franck Leboeuf (Fra), Frederik Liundberd (Sve), Bixente Lizarazu (Fra), Patrick M'Boma (Cam), Claude Makélélé (Fra), Rafael Marquez (Mex), Johan Micoud (Fra), Salomon Olembé (Cam), Emmanuel Petit (Fra), Robert Pires (Fra), Ulrich Ramé (Fra), Ronaldinho (Bra), Willy Sagnol (Fra), Roque Santa Cruz (Par), Mehmet Scholl (Ger), Michael Silvestre (Fra), Jacques Songo'o (Cam), Hakan Sukur (Tur), Piotr Swierczewski (Pol), Lilian Thuram (Fra), Francesco Totti (Ita), Daniel Van Buyten (Bel), Gregory Vanney (Usa), Juan S. Veron (Arg), Patrick Vieira (Fra), Paulo Wanchope (Cos), Sylvain Wiltord (Fra), Young-Pyo Lee (Cor), Zinedine Zidane (Fra).
10 Sep 2009
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Luis Garcia was signed by Rafael Benítez for Liverpool in August 2004 for a fee of £6 million (Benítez coached him when they were at Tenerife together). He was bought essentially as a cut-price replacement for El Hadji Diouf, in the attacking midfield role. He has proved much more than a stand-in, and has become a key component of Liverpool's attacking unit. He made his Premiership debut against Bolton Wanderers on 29 August 2004, a game that Liverpool lost 1-0, although Garcia had an apparently legitimate goal ruled out for offside. His first goal in a Liverpool shirt came against West Bromich Albion at Anfield in September 2004. He went on to score seven more league goals that season, including the winner in the Merseyside derby on 20 March 2005. He was also a key player in Liverpool's successful 2005 Champions League campaign, netting the winning goals against Juventus (an unstoppable left footed shot which curled over Gianluigi Buffon and to the left post of the goal) and Chelsea (a controversial goal in the fourth minute), in the quarter-finals and semi-finals respectively. He took part in the Champions league final victory over A.C. Milan on 25 May 2005, finishing with an excellent 13 goals in all competitions in his first season in English football. García has made slightly less of an impact in the 2005-06 season, although he has weighed in with some vital goals, not least the cracking, lofted finish against Chelsea to put them out of the FA Cup in the semi-finals. Garcia was suspended for the 2006 FA Cup win against West Ham, having been sent off in a Premier League game just days after his semi-final winner, ironically against West Ham, Liverpool's opponents in the final. Luis Garcia has also advertised H&M men's suits and Umbro football boots. Relationship with Fans Replacing Anfield star Michael Owen as Liverpool 'number 10' was always going to be tough for a new signing, and despite an inconsistent first season, Garcia firmly became a fan favourite. While many considered him a frustrating player for losing the ball often, they recognised his ability as a match-winner, underlined with superb goals against Juventus and Charlton Athletic. His relationship with the fans has not been harmed by his tendency to score vital goals for the club. He has been the thorn in Chelsea F.C side with winning goals against them in the UEFA Champions League semi-final and recently the FA cup semi final. Personal Life He is currently married to Raquel and has a son named Joel. Honours As Player Liverpool * 200405 UEFA Champions League * 200506 European Super Cup * 20052006 FA Cup
19 Nov 2009
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Luis Garcia was signed by Rafael Benítez for Liverpool in August 2004 for a fee of £6 million (Benítez coached him when they were at Tenerife together). He was bought essentially as a cut-price replacement for El Hadji Diouf, in the attacking midfield role. He has proved much more than a stand-in, and has become a key component of Liverpool's attacking unit. He made his Premiership debut against Bolton Wanderers on 29 August 2004, a game that Liverpool lost 1-0, although Garcia had an apparently legitimate goal ruled out for offside. His first goal in a Liverpool shirt came against West Bromich Albion at Anfield in September 2004. He went on to score seven more league goals that season, including the winner in the Merseyside derby on 20 March 2005. He was also a key player in Liverpool's successful 2005 Champions League campaign, netting the winning goals against Juventus (an unstoppable left footed shot which curled over Gianluigi Buffon and to the left post of the goal) and Chelsea (a controversial goal in the fourth minute), in the quarter-finals and semi-finals respectively. He took part in the Champions league final victory over A.C. Milan on 25 May 2005, finishing with an excellent 13 goals in all competitions in his first season in English football. García has made slightly less of an impact in the 2005-06 season, although he has weighed in with some vital goals, not least the cracking, lofted finish against Chelsea to put them out of the FA Cup in the semi-finals. Garcia was suspended for the 2006 FA Cup win against West Ham, having been sent off in a Premier League game just days after his semi-final winner, ironically against West Ham, Liverpool's opponents in the final. Luis Garcia has also advertised H&M men's suits and Umbro football boots. Relationship with Fans Replacing Anfield star Michael Owen as Liverpool 'number 10' was always going to be tough for a new signing, and despite an inconsistent first season, Garcia firmly became a fan favourite. While many considered him a frustrating player for losing the ball often, they recognised his ability as a match-winner, underlined with superb goals against Juventus and Charlton Athletic. His relationship with the fans has not been harmed by his tendency to score vital goals for the club. He has been the thorn in Chelsea F.C side with winning goals against them in the UEFA Champions League semi-final and recently the FA cup semi final. Personal Life He is currently married to Raquel and has a son named Joel. Honours As Player Liverpool * 200405 UEFA Champions League * 200506 European Super Cup * 20052006 FA Cup
19 Nov 2009
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LOVE UNITED TEAM Fabien Barthez (France) Selim Benachour (Tunisie) Laurent Blanc (France) Alain Boghossian (France) Sol Campbell (UK) Vincent Candela (France) Fabio Cannavaro (Italie) Roberto Carlos (Brésil) Marcel Desailly (France) Didier Deschamps (France) El Hadji Diouf (Sénégal) Youri Djorkaeff (France) Cristophe Dugarry (France) Luis Figo (Portugal) Ivan Helguera (Espagne) Thierry Henry (France) Franck Leboeuf (France) Fredrick Liundberd (Suede) Bixante Lizarazu (France) Patrick M'Boma (Cameroun) Claude Makélélé (France) Rafael Marquez (Mexique) Johan Micoud (France) Salomon Olembé (Cameroun) Emmanuel Petit (France) Robert Pires (France) Ulrich Ramé (France) Ronaldinho (Brésil) Willy Sagnol (France) Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay) Mehmet Scholl (Allemagne) Michael Silvestre (France) Jacques Songo'o (Cameroun) Hakan Sukur (Turquie) Piotr Swierczewski (Pologne) Lilian Thuram (France) Francesco Totti (Italie) Daniel Van Buyten (Belgique) Gregory Vanney (USA) Juan Veron (Argentine) Patrick Vieira (France) Paulo Wanchope (Costa Rica) Sylvain Wiltord (France) Young-Pyo Lee (Corée) Zinedine Zidane (France)
1 Jul 2010
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*******upper90studios**** Famous footballers soccer players cars: Nani - Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Wayne Rooney - Mercedes CLK DTM AMG Lionel Messi - Porsche Panamera Turbo S Wayne Rooney - Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder Pato - Audi R8 El Hadji Diouf - Mercedes SLR McLaren (chrome) El Hadji Diouf - Mercedes SLR McLaren (white / blue) David Beckham - Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet Patrice Evra - Mercedes SLS AMG Mario Balotelli - Audi R8 William Gallas - Mercedes SLR McLaren (chrome) Robinho - Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Jose Mourinho - Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Fernando Torres - Aston Martin DBS Rio Ferdinand - Porsche Cayenne Techart Magnum Cristiano Ronaldo - Ferrari 599 GTO (batmobile) Cristiano Ronaldo - Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Louis Saha - Ferrari 458 Italia Anderson - Mercedes SLS AMG Anderson - Audi R8 Nani goal stoke. Messi hat-trick Atletico Madrid. Balotelli goal Everton. Angel Di Maria red card Rayo Vallecano. Cristiano Ronaldo penalty Rayo Vallecano. Forza Motorsport 4. Footballer car. Messi car. Rooney car. Nani car. Balotelli car. Balotelli purple sneakers. Mourinho car skull ghost.
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Famous Soccer Players Cars : Adriano Ferrari F430 convertible Alessandro del Piero Fiat 500 Alexander Pato audi r8 Cristiano Ronaldo bentley continental gt Cristiano Ronaldo BMW M6 Cristiano Ronaldo Porsche 911 Anderson Luis BMW M6 Antonio Cassano Audi Q5 Ashley Cole Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG David Beckham Jeep Wrangler David Beckham Porshe 911 Conertible David Beckham Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead David Villa Porsche 911 Didier Drogba ferrari F430 Edouard Cissé Aston Martin DB9 El Hadji Diouf Lincoln Navigator El Hadji Diouf Mercedes SLR McLaren Franck Ribéry Audi S6 Ian Wright Audi R8 John Terry Bentley Continental GT Mario Balotelli Audi R8 V10 Bernard Mendy Gallardo Mesut Özil VW Golf GT Rio Gavin Ferdinand Porsche Cayenne Robinho Lamborghini Gallardo Jérôme Rothen Ferrari F430 Samuel Eto'o Ford GT Stephen Ireland Range Rover Sport Steven Pienaar Aston Martin DB9 Thierry Henry's Mercedes SLR McLaren William Gallas Mercedes McLaren SLR Zlatan Ibrahimovich Volvo C30 Wayne ROONEY Aston Martin Vanquish Wayne ROONEY Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder Wayne ROONEY Ford Sportka Wayne ROONEY Mercedes CL 63 AMG Jose Mourinho Ferrari 599
29 Apr 2013
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