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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby Get Real! » Fri Jun 06, 2014 9:46 am

Paphitis wrote:
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Paphitis wrote:The problem is you did not use uefa links. You looked so hard and came up with dodgy non credible sources whereas I find dozens of links that has the A League in the top 20.

Hey FUCKING IDIOT this is where the debate moves in the direction of your mother's fat arse so let me know when you're ready to party. :wink:


One more thing bozo! :wink:

Australia, US and Japan are not members of UEFA. That is the reason why they do not appear on your UEFA link. All are in the top 20 and are far superior than Cyprus!

Who do you think you're kidding? :lol:

Maybe if we spread your mom’s fat arse cheeks and shove a big mortadella up there you’ll research who FIFA, UEFA, and IFFHS are and reconsider your daft posts.

It’s entirely up to you on how we proceed from now on because as you’ll know by now, I have NO tolerance of monkey games so expect to pay a price. :wink:
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby Paphitis » Fri Jun 06, 2014 10:18 am

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:The problem is you did not use uefa links. You looked so hard and came up with dodgy non credible sources whereas I find dozens of links that has the A League in the top 20.

Hey FUCKING IDIOT this is where the debate moves in the direction of your mother's fat arse so let me know when you're ready to party. :wink:


One more thing bozo! :wink:

Australia, US and Japan are not members of UEFA. That is the reason why they do not appear on your UEFA link. All are in the top 20 and are far superior than Cyprus!

Who do you think you're kidding? :lol:

Maybe if we spread your mom’s fat arse cheeks and shove a big mortadella up there you’ll research who FIFA, UEFA, and IFFHS are and reconsider your daft posts.

It’s entirely up to you on how we proceed from now on because as you’ll know by now, I have NO tolerance of monkey games so expect to pay a price. :wink:


We can proceed by you coming clean and admitting that you provided bogus links knowing full well that only UEFA members would be listed.

As to spreading arse cheeks, you would know all about it so we won't go into your sexual proclivities.

Now be a good boy and just accept the facts that the Cypriot League is just not what you crack it up to be. :lol:
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby Get Real! » Fri Jun 06, 2014 11:39 am

Paphitis wrote:We can proceed by you coming clean and admitting that you provided bogus links knowing full well that only UEFA members would be listed.

As to spreading arse cheeks, you would know all about it so we won't go into your sexual proclivities.

Now be a good boy and just accept the facts that the Cypriot League is just not what you crack it up to be. :lol:

It looks like only a pezevengis taxitzis crossed with a street whore could’ve possibly given birth to such a useless boscato like you Paphitis, for there’s not a subject you have ever gotten involved in on this forum where you could demonstrate the slightest indication of knowledge or research.

Not to mention the stories you tried to sell me that you’re a pilot and what have you… you think I was born yesterday you useless oaf?

So keep collecting the dole and watch out for that pitot in case it goes up your arse while you’re leaning on the plane’s nose during your lunch break!

If you insist on wasting people’s time by being the forum monkey… we’ll treat you like one.
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby Paphitis » Fri Jun 06, 2014 1:47 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:We can proceed by you coming clean and admitting that you provided bogus links knowing full well that only UEFA members would be listed.

As to spreading arse cheeks, you would know all about it so we won't go into your sexual proclivities.

Now be a good boy and just accept the facts that the Cypriot League is just not what you crack it up to be. :lol:

It looks like only a pezevengis taxitzis crossed with a street whore could’ve possibly given birth to such a useless boscato like you Paphitis, for there’s not a subject you have ever gotten involved in on this forum where you could demonstrate the slightest indication of knowledge or research.

Not to mention the stories you tried to sell me that you’re a pilot and what have you… you think I was born yesterday you useless oaf?

So keep collecting the dole and watch out for that pitot in case it goes up your arse while you’re leaning on the plane’s nose during your lunch break!

If you insist on wasting people’s time by being the forum monkey… we’ll treat you like one.


Well you need to calm down and realize that Cyprus is not the Centre of the Universe and its Soccer League is simply fairly small time compared to those in Australia even which has come a long way! That is a fact! It's not the only one because the leagues in Japan, South Korea and USA have also come a long way and are full time professional leagues which is not the case in Cyprus.

As to what I am and am not has nothing to do with you. Maybe I am a Flight Sim Enthusiast or Hobbyist or an Engineer but I really couldn't give a damn what you think I am. One thing is for sure, you're not a very good software developer because I have seen your work. I just didn't want to tell you that's all and I like to encourage wannabes!

Not very good at marketing either. If someone from Bequeer wanted to sell me anything, I would just piss myself laughing!
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby Paphitis » Fri Jun 06, 2014 1:56 pm

And another thing, you could have a name like Bequeer or Google or whatever, and even have the Rainbow as your logo (in other words have no idea of marketing) if you bring something exceptional to the marketplace which will sell itself no matter what.

Your software will not sell itself because you bring nothing new that is not offered by some one else so you really need all the marketing help you can get.

Sorry but someone who launches their stupid software on CF just can't be taken seriously. Surely you would send it to your peers for advice who would have more of an idea, or at the very least go to the many tech type forums on the net which have the members able to give you valid advice!

But good luck in any case. You can still make it provided you have the tenacity which I do not believe you have. Boomerang is one such tenacious individual and I would put my money with him because he has business acumen, the tenacity and smarts succeed which I do not see from you. He also has a proven track record. Sorry!
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby Paphitis » Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:31 pm

And just a reminder of how bad Cypriot Football is you only have to look at the CFA. This season you had a deplorable amount of Hooliganism. Where was the CFA in clamping down with this? Did they do anything to punish those responsible or the clubs? Did they do enough?

How does the CFA compare to the authorities in other countries? I include those in Australia, US and Japan? If the violence occurs there, just once, the authorities will clamp down like you wouldn't believe. Why are the fans better behaved?

And why are so many clubs verging on the edge of bankruptcy? Is their business model right? Why have clubs in America, Australia and Japan managed to run multi million dollar rosters and sign prominent players and still be profitable? Why are the clubs politically aligned? Is this good sportsmanship to mix the Komata on the sporting field?

Sorry Get Real, but the league in Cyprus just can't be compared. OK, they have the population but they also have a well structured set up which is also sustainable and well organized. Oh and btw, soccer is the most popular sport amongst young kids in both the US and Australia. It is more popular than Aussie Rules, Grid Iron, and Baseball because the sport is safe and easy to get into for youngsters so they also have a market.

Get Apoel to tour the US or Australia and play clubs like New York Cosmos or Sydney FC or Melbourne Hearts and see what will happen. The standard is there, and the rosters are professional.

Oh and when the players put on the shirt of their clubs, they play and hold no prisoners. If a player puts on the shirt and represents Australia or the US, they play for the shirt and they know that they are representing the country just like a cricket or a Rugby Union player representing the country. They know that thousands of youngsters are watching in the stands and in their living rooms and I am sorry but I do not see this level of commitment from the players that represent Cyprus for some reason. And it is ok if they lose, because even if that is the case, it is rare to actually criticize the players for not giving their all because of the shirt they wear!

If Cyprus defeats a country like Australia or US, they would earn it because I guarantee you that these teams have players who believe they are doing battle for their country. FACT!

Usually, all the players representing these countries are full time pros. The younger ones would play in the US or Australia, those more established play for top teams in the EPL, Bundeslige, or Seria A. Many of them are on million dollar contracts. That is because they are committed to playing for big clubs and committed to representing their countries which have fine sporting heritage. How many players in Cyprus have this commitment? What do the clubs do for them? Do they even get paid or do they spend money on their development. I am sure that a couple of the big clubs like Apoel and Omonoia do, but other than those 2 clubs who else does?
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:08 am

kurupetos wrote:
Get Real! wrote:If Cyprus ain’t playing it ain’t worth watching… :cry:

Don't worry... Greece is playing and maybe this year she will win the WC. 8)

And I thought they were down the WC.
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:16 am

Paphitis wrote:And just a reminder of how bad Cypriot Football is you only have to look at the CFA. This season you had a deplorable amount of Hooliganism. Where was the CFA in clamping down with this? Did they do anything to punish those responsible or the clubs? Did they do enough?

How does the CFA compare to the authorities in other countries? I include those in Australia, US and Japan? If the violence occurs there, just once, the authorities will clamp down like you wouldn't believe. Why are the fans better behaved?

And why are so many clubs verging on the edge of bankruptcy? Is their business model right? Why have clubs in America, Australia and Japan managed to run multi million dollar rosters and sign prominent players and still be profitable? Why are the clubs politically aligned? Is this good sportsmanship to mix the Komata on the sporting field?

Sorry Get Real, but the league in Cyprus just can't be compared. OK, they have the population but they also have a well structured set up which is also sustainable and well organized. Oh and btw, soccer is the most popular sport amongst young kids in both the US and Australia. It is more popular than Aussie Rules, Grid Iron, and Baseball because the sport is safe and easy to get into for youngsters so they also have a market.

Get Apoel to tour the US or Australia and play clubs like New York Cosmos or Sydney FC or Melbourne Hearts and see what will happen. The standard is there, and the rosters are professional.

Oh and when the players put on the shirt of their clubs, they play and hold no prisoners. If a player puts on the shirt and represents Australia or the US, they play for the shirt and they know that they are representing the country just like a cricket or a Rugby Union player representing the country. They know that thousands of youngsters are watching in the stands and in their living rooms and I am sorry but I do not see this level of commitment from the players that represent Cyprus for some reason. And it is ok if they lose, because even if that is the case, it is rare to actually criticize the players for not giving their all because of the shirt they wear!

If Cyprus defeats a country like Australia or US, they would earn it because I guarantee you that these teams have players who believe they are doing battle for their country. FACT!

Usually, all the players representing these countries are full time pros. The younger ones would play in the US or Australia, those more established play for top teams in the EPL, Bundeslige, or Seria A. Many of them are on million dollar contracts. That is because they are committed to playing for big clubs and committed to representing their countries which have fine sporting heritage. How many players in Cyprus have this commitment? What do the clubs do for them? Do they even get paid or do they spend money on their development. I am sure that a couple of the big clubs like Apoel and Omonoia do, but other than those 2 clubs who else does?


And do not forget the match fixing......I think that if any person connected with any team, as a shareholder, manager or player, is found to be involved in match fixing the whole team including managers and players should be given a life time ban from any participation in football, including as a spectator.
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:16 am

Paphitis wrote:And just a reminder of how bad Cypriot Football is you only have to look at the CFA. This season you had a deplorable amount of Hooliganism. Where was the CFA in clamping down with this? Did they do anything to punish those responsible or the clubs? Did they do enough?

How does the CFA compare to the authorities in other countries? I include those in Australia, US and Japan? If the violence occurs there, just once, the authorities will clamp down like you wouldn't believe. Why are the fans better behaved?

And why are so many clubs verging on the edge of bankruptcy? Is their business model right? Why have clubs in America, Australia and Japan managed to run multi million dollar rosters and sign prominent players and still be profitable? Why are the clubs politically aligned? Is this good sportsmanship to mix the Komata on the sporting field?

Sorry Get Real, but the league in Cyprus just can't be compared. OK, they have the population but they also have a well structured set up which is also sustainable and well organized. Oh and btw, soccer is the most popular sport amongst young kids in both the US and Australia. It is more popular than Aussie Rules, Grid Iron, and Baseball because the sport is safe and easy to get into for youngsters so they also have a market.

Get Apoel to tour the US or Australia and play clubs like New York Cosmos or Sydney FC or Melbourne Hearts and see what will happen. The standard is there, and the rosters are professional.

Oh and when the players put on the shirt of their clubs, they play and hold no prisoners. If a player puts on the shirt and represents Australia or the US, they play for the shirt and they know that they are representing the country just like a cricket or a Rugby Union player representing the country. They know that thousands of youngsters are watching in the stands and in their living rooms and I am sorry but I do not see this level of commitment from the players that represent Cyprus for some reason. And it is ok if they lose, because even if that is the case, it is rare to actually criticize the players for not giving their all because of the shirt they wear!

If Cyprus defeats a country like Australia or US, they would earn it because I guarantee you that these teams have players who believe they are doing battle for their country. FACT!

Usually, all the players representing these countries are full time pros. The younger ones would play in the US or Australia, those more established play for top teams in the EPL, Bundeslige, or Seria A. Many of them are on million dollar contracts. That is because they are committed to playing for big clubs and committed to representing their countries which have fine sporting heritage. How many players in Cyprus have this commitment? What do the clubs do for them? Do they even get paid or do they spend money on their development. I am sure that a couple of the big clubs like Apoel and Omonoia do, but other than those 2 clubs who else does?


And do not forget the match fixing......I think that if any person connected with any team, as a shareholder, manager or player, is found to be involved in match fixing the whole team including managers and players should be given a life time ban from any participation in football, including as a spectator.
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Re: World Cup TV Channel

Postby kurupetos » Sun Jun 08, 2014 8:10 pm

Just checked the team list... Mighty Turkey has not managed to qualify. Again! WTF? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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