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Although we have wanted to watch football but it is not all the time we are looking this kind of sports. Some was more a Thai-Boxer or other fighting sport and here to show how superb violent of players for many events.


GK : Toni Schumaccher

He jumped to Patrick Battiston in WC 1982. Afterwards, Battiston was prone, unmoving on the pitch, with his two front teeth knocked out and damaged vertebrae. He received oxygen on the pitch. Michel Platini later said that he thought that Battiston was dead


DL : Paolo Montero

What's else to say !! He currently holds the record for the greatest number of red cards received in Series A. One of the most roughness defenders of all-time.


DR : Claudio Gentile

He was regarded by some as more Huligan than footballer. Gentile's duty in WC 1982 just kick and kick regardless of whether touch the ball or not !! Maradona and Zico had a hard time when faced special tactic of his.


DC : Willie Woodburn

He was selected as the most hardman player of all-time by timesonline and this position is suitable for him. In 1947 he received a 14-day ban for a "violent exchange" with Motherwell's Dave Mathie, then in 1953 he punched the Clyde striker Billy McPhail, which earned a 21-day ban. Later that year, In a League Cup tie at Ibrox in 1954, Playing with a knee injury, Woodburn took exception to a bad foul and retaliated by headbutting a Stirling player. The SFA judged Woodburn was suspended sine die !!.


DC : Andoni Goxchochea

Earlier, In 1983, Goiko achieved notoriety for an infamous tackle on Diego Maradona in a league match at the Camp Nou, ferociously tackling the Argentine from behind and leaving him severely injured, and reportedly later keeping "the boot he had used to destroy...(Maradona’s) ankle ligaments" at home in a glass case. He also severely injured German Bernd Schuster when the latter played with the Catalans, producing him a serious right knee injury, and Schuster never fully recovered the level of earlier seasons.


DM : Vinny Jones

"The Phychic" Vinny Jones is an symbolic hardman in English football. He was sent off 12 times in his career. He was responsible for a dangerous challenge on defender Gary Stevens, an injury that Stevens never fully recovered from and eventually caused him to retire in 1992.


DM : Roy Keane

A game in which Alf-Inge Håland played. He was sent off for a blatant knee-high foul on the Norwegian in what was seen by many as an act of revenge. He initially received a three game suspension and a £5,000 fine from the FA, but further punishment was to follow after the release of Keane's autobiography in August 2002, in which he stated that he intended "to hurt" Håland. This event effected Haland to retire form football after then. Totally, He was sent off 11 times during playing for Man Utd.


ML : Leonel Sanchez

The fistic outside-left played a starring role in one of the dirtiest matches in World Cup history – the Battle of Santiago against Italy at the World Cup in 1962. Sanchez, the son of a boxer, knocked out Humberto Maschio with a devastating left hook.


MR : Paolo Di Canio

In England, Di Canio is famous for an incident on the pitch in September 1998 where he pushed referee Paul Alcock to the ground after being sent off while playing for Sheffield Wednesday against Arsenal at Hillsborough, which resulted in an extended ban of 11 matches and him being fined £10,000.



FW : Edmundo

"The Animal" Edmundo is all unprofessional player with drinking habit and absent to do training and also violent players in and out the field. He also escaped a prison sentence for drinking driving during carnival of the same year after knocking down some pedestrians, for his behaviour he received seven day suspended sentence and was two days late returning to Florence according to the Italian sports daily Corriere della Sera.


STK : Duncan Ferguson

He got sent to prison for headbutting the shit out of a player ON THE PITCH! and got robbed by 2 people and rather than calling the police when he found them, he just beat the shit out of them instead. Duncan Ferguson is the toughest, most violent man in modern football by far.


-----------------------Edmundo------D.Ferguson----------------------


Leonel Sanchez---------------------------------------------Di Canio


----------------------Roy Keane--------Vinny Jones------------------



Montero----------------Woodburn------Goikoetxea-----------Gentile

-------------------------------Schumaccher-------------------------



*Any opponent team might have to borrow football fans in the stadium to be temporary players during the game !!
 

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Team needs Stig Tofting in it. That guy has been in trouble with the law a few times.

Also lol @ putting Cantona in before Duncan Ferguson.
 

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Also Billy Whitehurst should be a contender.

Despite playing in a side featuring Peter Beardsley and Paul Gascoigne, the move did not work out and following a spat with his own supporters Whitehurst joined Oxford United, where it was rumoured he supplemented his football earnings by engaging in bare knuckle boxing bouts with local Gypsies.
 

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Materazzi wasn't more violent than Norman Hunter as a player, but Hunter loses points by being scared when Franny Lee tried to scrap him.
 

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Cantona is not close to Ferguson.

Ferguson

1. Got sent to prison for headbutting the shit out of a player ON THE PITCH!
2. Got robbed by 2 people and rather than calling the police when he found them, he just beat the shit out of them instead.

Duncan Ferguson is the toughest, most violent man in modern football by far.
 

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You've seen Ong-bak? Well Ting resisted a lot against those fighters especially that guy, Big Bear? who was chucking all manner of heavy materials in his direction - tables, fridges. But he resisted in the end. Although as for the others, Don, and...
 

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Yeah seen Ong bak, good action though the plot was a bit hackneyed I thought.

Those guys were not Duncan Ferguson.
 

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Di Canio was violent because of that one little push? Nonsense...compared to how high-strung he was always on the pitch, he was actually remarkably non-violent as a player.

Materazzi and Ferguson definitely should be included, and perhaps somebody like Savage or Barton, but otherwise football is just not as violent as it used to be. The stuff that the late 60s Estudiantes for example did would not be tolerated at all nowadays...or Don Revie's Leeds, for that matter. And those were good teams...one can only wonder what some of the lower teams must have done.
 

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Dearman do you like Thai film? Pen-Ek Ratanaruang has made some of my favourite movies - 6ixtynin9 and Monrak Transistor. Beautiful Boxer is another charming Thai film.
 

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Cantona is not close to Ferguson.

Ferguson

1. Got sent to prison for headbutting the shit out of a player ON THE PITCH!
2. Got robbed by 2 people and rather than calling the police when he found them, he just beat the shit out of them instead.

Duncan Ferguson is the toughest, most violent man in modern football by far.
Wow, I didn't know that. So he not only looked like a thug, but was a thug. Now I have more reasons to hate him, apart from being a total waste of space when he played for Newcastle.
 

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イラ;7708258 said:
Dearman do you like Thai film? Pen-Ek Ratanaruang has made some of my favourite movies - 6ixtynin9 and Monrak Transistor. Beautiful Boxer is another charming Thai film.
Sorry but I hates Thai Movie and I never watched it since I was young.

Thai movies never create anything more than rubblish comedy or boring repeat love story.
 
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