People i just went to Cambiasso's site!
I have to admit i had never even heard of him but once i just saw ONE SINGLE play of this fantastic young talent, i believe that his name will be associated with greatness in the next decade!
Guys and girls, make yourselves a favour and on the Cambiasso site, once you've entered, please download his "jugada" (his play) you will be dazzled, puzzled, marveled... you name it!!!you won't regret it!I have it on my PC and i can't stop watching it!!!
When will he be playing for real (as i believe he was boubht by Real!)
God bless Cambiasso!
Thanks for telling us San Siro. I told you guys this guy is said to be the future of the midfield, and i wasn't wrong He has been Real Madrid property since the age of 15, but he wa constantly being loaned out to Independiente, because of his non EU status and the fact that he was simply home sick. Now he's hit good ol' 19 and he can be a regular in our first team, I mean Redondos days are numbered, as much as we (R&B) like him. At least we have a player who can immediately take his place
Enter the website and at the bottom there is this pic, with somehting written. All I know is the file is called JUGADA.ZIP. So if you find that, well you're home. I don't know spnish either, but at least I've used my head
Well, Raul Gonzalez will have one up soon, but I don't know the adress yet. How does a page like this work? Do the guys there have any contact with the player himself? I am gonna start making my home page about Real Madrid, when I get my cable internet running, so something like mid-august, I hope. But if i would like to make a page about Raul, would I have to have ciontact with the guy himself?
I don't think you have to have a special licence to do a Raul page, therefore I'd say there's no need for you to contact him. There's hardly a Legal Framework for the
Web anyway! Just state that it's an unofficial one.
I know that a lot of athletes (or music bands, actors etc) who decide to have an official site just hire some professionals (from their own country in most cases), register their domain and they're good to go! They do it alone in 99% of the occasions (for marketing reasons mainly). Now, for an unofficial page to turn official for being so good... I don't know, I think that it must be very rare, but for this to happen, a contact between the creator and the athlete/artist must be a prerequisite (not an easy task I'm afraid )