It looks like Oscar is causing quite a stir in China

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  1. Jun 19, 2017 at 06:57
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    He looks like he can't be bothered so thinks, 'I wonder how many players I can kick the ball at'. Then when confronted he goes down like he's been taken out by a sniper. :lol:

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    Longer video.



    Referee sent a player from each team off in the 50 man brawl.
  2. Jun 19, 2017 at 07:04
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    FireballXL5 New Member

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    You can take the twat out of Chelsea....
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    Varun Full Member

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    Snide cnut :lol:
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    Peyroteo ahahahahah feck off dad!

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    Has Conte left?
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    Varun Full Member

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    Funny thing is, he's taken an early retirement to move to China and still acts a prick and gets twatted. Enjoy the retirement in peace ffs.
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    Wednesday at Stoke Full Member

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    He's probably the only player I can remember that tried to fight Ryan Giggs. Imagine wanting to fight Giggs, even opposition fans don't give him stick.
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    Reafer Full Member

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    Wth have he been doing there.. embarrassing.

    No class.
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    Scarecrow Full Member

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    :lol: And then drops on the floor to roll around like a little bitch while the rest of the squads are going at it.
  10. Jun 19, 2017 at 07:26
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    Looks like his former Chelsea team mate and Brazilian compatriot is also having a fantastic time.





    I saw that first video of Ramires in this video:



    I can't stop laughing at that first blunder. :lol: The way he comes dashing out, completely misses it, and then almost falls over. :lol:
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    MaxiPaxi most absorbent username 2017

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    He probably tried to feck his sister.
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    LawCharltonBest dog poo sniffer

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    Google "Oscar and his Sister"

    Oscar wants to feck his OWN sister.
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    MaxiPaxi most absorbent username 2017

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    Thats why I said it. :)
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    Wow, China league rocks!
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    He kicks the ball in both ways, definitely on purpose. Oh, Chelsea.
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    Money got to those cnuts' heads, there's this sense of entitlement that they're the superstars and all that bullshit so they act like prima donnas.
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    Cnaiür urs Skiötha Full Member

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    What a Circus :lol:

    Tbh I do not really see what Oscar has done to cause the Opponent Players to attack him.
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    So the ball hit 2 players and they both started crying? Very embarrassing for them.
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    Mrs Smoker Full Member

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    Not kicking the ball away, that's for sure. Wanted to hit them opposing players. Though, the ball was in play, legal in footballing terms? Unsportsmenlike most likely, ref could see it like that as well.

    Shades of Mills.
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    Needham Full Member

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    The frustrations of self hate boiling over there.
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    Good man, Oscar
  22. Jun 19, 2017 at 08:21
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    littlepeasoup Full Member

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    The crowd. They demand a blood sacrifice.
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    Have to laugh cause one of the players in red barges into his own team mate and sends him flying in the 'scuffle'.

    I always thought that Oscar, Ramires and Alex Texiera would use China as a stop gap and end up back in Europe this summer.
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    sglowrider Against Oral Equality

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    A spell in the re-education camp for Oscar will do him wonders.
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    This is why I've written in another thread that the Chinese government taxing big moves from overseas is the right move. What sort of value does their league get from having mercenaries like Oscar and Ramires who’re only in China for the size of the paycheck? This kind of attitude is
    embarrassing
  26. Jun 19, 2017 at 09:20
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    Another example of how poor sports people footballers really are.

    Compared to the class and integrity of Rugby players, this highlights how low Football has come.

    It's quite sad
  27. Jun 19, 2017 at 09:33
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    arthurka Full Member

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    Well at least they are getting a bang for their buck.
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    rotherham_red Full Member

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    And then @duffer wonders why I hated him :lol: the snidest cnut I've seen since Bergkamp at Arsenal.
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    GBBQ Full Member

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    That's a massive generalisation, plenty of eye gouging and fighting in rugby.

    The China experiment in general doesn't seem to be going to well. Probably has a lot to do with the type of player who is attracted by all that money.
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    Craig Ward Full Member

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    It's true.

    You don't see this rubbish in Rugby (or other sports) very often.

    Footballers have no respect, no integrity and constantly highlight child like behaviour.

    I'm a massive, massive football fan but this frankly is embarrassing
  31. Jun 19, 2017 at 09:51
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    I think the best thing Rugby does is demand, from underage grass root levels onward, that all players respect the referee. It does result in better behaved players and seeing players being cautioned just saying 'yes ref' as he goes through the details is a much better sight than grown men crowding out the ref. But Rugby still has discipline issues that can get quite ugly.
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    DWelbz19 Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    It's crazy, huh. Everyone needs to relax a little.
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    Morpheus 7 Full Member

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    What absolute nonsense, there are mass brawls in Rugby all the time. Players often getting punched and eye gouged in a rugby match. Even players like Wayne Shelford had his scrotum ripped by a french opponent, while all the French players were off there heads on illegal amphetamines. Football is a game for everyone, regardless of size, race, religion and class. It's not a middle class day out eating sandwiches with the family waving plastic flags, not knowing the players or even the rules. Feck Rugby, don't be chatting rubbish in here regarding the integrity and respect of football.
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    When players act the way they do in this instance, don't protect the integrity and respect of football. Was a shameful way to behave, regardless of what sport it was.

    Unfortunately, this kind of behaviour is more common in football than any other sport, which is embarrassing for football. That's my point.
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    killerboi2 New Member

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    Why are these players even taking Chinese League that seriously? Just do what Tevez is doing - go through the motions and collect your cash.
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    I don't think Oscar did anything wrong to warrant that kind of action from the other team. The referee sent off the wrong player, the #32 guy pushed Oscar to the ground but #35 was sent off. :lol:
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    ThomasEmil Invisible Herrera Watcher

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    They even spelt his name in Chinese.
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    "Everybody was Kung fu fighting"


    Racist.
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    So that's why Diego Costa was interested in moving to China. He would fit right in.
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    Theafonis In love with @Eboue

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    Simple. Football rewards the nastiest of the bunch with trophies and money