here talk about az football news
:thumbsup:QATIH said:well this is Basketball news..
Only can happen in Azerbaijan...
Basketball player of GALA and Azerbaijan NT Tair Bakhsiev punched referee in Azeri championship against Western University and Referee now hospitalized
Bakhsiev suspended for 2 years
i don't think this makes any sense at all. well, you know what, we percieve fairness different than them, so what? :dielaugh: we never say europeans r petux, do we?QATIH said:http://www.uefa.com/competitions/UEFACup/news/Kind=1/newsId=414879.html
fair play rankings
Azerbaijan 43rd out 52 we far away to get a extra Uefa cup place
dude, refeeres is the problem. you know what i mean? if these numbers r based on games played in Azerbaijan, then it means our referees don't forgive. if they received cards in other countries it means they don't like our players. :howler: don't tell me i am a paranoiac. coz i am not. you see, perception matters a lot.Quidam said:This fair play ranking is based on how many yellow and red cards were received by teams from different countries and those that receive the least number of those get fair play bonus points. So I think it is actually a good idea and hopefully one day we will also get an extra team in euro competitions if our teams will play a little bit more accurate and gentle
dude, i totally agree.coz i believe not admitting your mistakes is gonna harm yourself only. i was just messing. but i don't think that europeans don't discriminate us.No, man... to be honest, I don't like this whole conspiracy theory. I witnessed it so many times when our players were getting yellow cards because of their own stupid mistakes. They tend to forget that sometimes things that tolerated in our league may not go through in euro cups. So they just have to be a little more cautious.
AZERI FC playing there? do u know?Quidam said:Guys, did you heard about "The Coca-Cola School Cup 2006"?
Apparently the Coca Cola company sponsors the new football tournament among schools that starts, I think, today. This tournament brings together teams from 192 schools from different parts of Azerbaijan. The entrance for teams is completely free and this event will take place in three cities - Baku, Sumgayit and Gandja. The tournament will last one week and the winning team will get... a fully paid tour to the FIFA World Cup in Germany with all expenses covered!
Wow! This is awesome... :dazed:
I wish they had something like that when I was in school