Weird Football In Miami

There is a match about to start in Miami which has Messi and Drogba on one team, and Suarez and Dempsey on the opposite team.

Lionel Messi – Argentina and Barcelona – World’s best player three years in a row

Diego Forlan – Uruguay and Inter Milan – Best player of the 2010 World Cup

Didier Drogba – Ivory Coast’s national captain – Former front-man of Chelsea F.C.

Carlos Bocanegra – USA and Rangers F.C. – National team captain

Diego Milito – Argentina and Inter Milan

Dani Alves – Brazil and Barcelona – Two time winner of UEFA cup

Lucio – Brazil and Inter Milan – 2006 Brazil national captain

Antonio Cassano – Italy and AC Milan

Alessandro Nesta – Italy – 2006 World Champion

Radamel Falcao – Colombia and Atletico Madrid – top scorer of European League

Juan Silveira dos Santos – Brazil and AS Roma

Gerardo Torrado – Mexico and Cruz Azul

Diego Lugano – Uruguay and Paris Saint-Germain

Edison Cavani – Uruguay and Napoli

Walter Gargano – Uruguay and Napoli

Marco Materazzi – Italy’s national team

Luis Suarez – Uruguay and Liverpool

Jhon Viafara – Colombia and La Equidad

Javier Mascherano – Argentina and Barcelona

Ezequiel Lavezzi – Argentina and Napoli

Fabio Cannavaro – Italy – 2006 national captain, participation in four World Cups

Clint Dempsey – USA and Fulham

Jozy Altidore – USA and AZ Alkmaar

Ariel Ortega – Argentina and Defensores de Belgrano

Marek Hamsik – Slovakia and Napoli

Pablo Daniel Osvaldo – Argentina and AS Roma

Guillermo Ochoa – Mexico and Ajaccio – Goalie

Andre Santos – Brazil and Arsenal

James Rodriguez – Colombia and F.C. Porto

Martin Demichelis – Argentina and Malaga

Jose Salomon Rondon – Venezuela and Malaga

Jose Manuel Pinto – Spain and FC Barcelona, and

Julio Cesar – Brazil and Inter Milan – Goalie

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5 Responses to Weird Football In Miami

  1. jimash1 says:

    What ?
    The Mets are playing the Yankees , man !

  2. jimash1 says:

    One of the young guys whose name a I can’t spell (Kirk Neuenhuis -close)
    hit a blazing homer for the mets and then caught a long ball hit by one of
    the Bronx posers.
    Mets lead 2-0 in the 5th.

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