Dennis Bergkamp

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Tonya Puffet » Tue, 30 Jun 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
> but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
> he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
> obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
> Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into

Piss off Arsenal fans, you worthless ugly farts.  There, it's best to
say that at the beginning so they have a full mouth of froth before one
lays into their adopted lad, the son of an accountant, Mr. Bergkamp.
Everyone who watches the English Premiership will tell you:  Bergkamp
can be a complete ass for no apparent reason.  He's quite good at
getting many bookings, and is probably worth at least one red card per
season.  Usually he mouths off a little much for the English refs'
liking (that should tell you something; think if he was in Spain), but
he also has a little evil streak going and it definitely showed.  Who
knows what he and Mihaljovic got into in other portions of the game (the
challenge prior to the "total football stomp" revealed nothing).
Suffice to say, Bergkamp got lucky, as did the Dutch.  I was not
impressed with them offensively in this game, but no worries:
eventually they'll meet Germany.
 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Mario Taboad » Tue, 30 Jun 1998 04:00:00

<<Suffice to say, Bergkamp got lucky, as did the Dutch.  I was not
impressed with them offensively in this game, but no worries:
eventually they'll meet Germany.>>

I can just imagine poetic justice: Bergkamp getting an ear bitten off by
Lothar Matthaeus! Incidentally, this stomping business is old. Pele used
it sometimes to pay back players who kicked him. There's an
unforgettable scene from Brazil's disastrous loss against Portugal in
1966. Pele was ***ly fouled early on by a thuggish player called
Morais and spent the rest of the game on one leg (no substitutions were
allowed, so he continued playing). During the second half he walked the
field looking for an opportunity to hurt Morais; on an occasion when
Morais fell, Pele literally walked all over him.

Regards,

Mario Taboada

 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Tycho Brah » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into
the stomach using his full body weight. (Maybe he took
the request of Dutch politicans to turn the back to
the Yugo national anthem seriously?)
What an ***!

That should have been a clear red card. Zidane got it
for the same or rather less (note I'm not a Serb or
French. I just didn't like the behaviour of this
very player Dennis Bergkamp. It was quite disgusting.
Any *** theories yet?)

Not that it will make a difference but I lost all respect
I had for Bergkamp. BTW, he is also one of the greatest
divers I saw in this WC yet. Often when he was only
slightly touched he immediately did fall. Well many
players do the same these days but he did it several
times.

tb

 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by DJ Nic » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Doing that kind of thing can not be justified... if he had a problem with
Mihajlovic during the game he could have asked him to step outside the
pitch and solve the differences after the game, but not stomping on his
chest... I was disappointed by Dutch team, especially because of Kluivert
and Bergkamp... who the *** they think they are?

DJ Nick



Quote:

> > I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
> > but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
> > he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
> > obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
> > Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into

>***off Arsenal fans, you worthless ugly farts.  There, it's best to
> say that at the beginning so they have a full mouth of froth before one
> lays into their adopted lad, the son of an accountant, Mr. Bergkamp.
> Everyone who watches the English Premiership will tell you:  Bergkamp
> can be a complete ass for no apparent reason.  He's quite good at
> getting many bookings, and is probably worth at least one red card per
> season.  Usually he mouths off a little much for the English refs'
> liking (that should tell you something; think if he was in Spain), but
> he also has a little evil streak going and it definitely showed.  Who
> knows what he and Mihaljovic got into in other portions of the game (the
> challenge prior to the "total football stomp" revealed nothing).
> Suffice to say, Bergkamp got lucky, as did the Dutch.  I was not
> impressed with them offensively in this game, but no worries:
> eventually they'll meet Germany.

 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Rob Heerdin » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> Doing that kind of thing can not be justified... if he had a problem with
> Mihajlovic during the game he could have asked him to step outside the
> pitch and solve the differences after the game, but not stomping on his
> chest... I was disappointed by Dutch team, especially because of Kluivert
> and Bergkamp... who the *** they think they are?

Kluivert didn't play, you bozo.
 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Paul Medcraf » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

>I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
>but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
>he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
>obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
>Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into
>the stomach using his full body weight. (Maybe he took
>the request of Dutch politicans to turn the back to
>the Yugo national anthem seriously?)
>What an ***!

i watched several replays of that incident and you can see that he doesn't
stamp down, nor have his full body weight on the player. it's deceptive
watching slow motion replays as things look more deliberate, but i think he
was watching the ball rather than the player, and when he felt his foot on
the other bloke's chest, he did sort of a half step to try not to hurt him.

Quote:
>That should have been a clear red card. Zidane got it
>for the same or rather less (note I'm not a Serb or
>French. I just didn't like the behaviour of this
>very player Dennis Bergkamp. It was quite disgusting.
>Any *** theories yet?)
>Not that it will make a difference but I lost all respect
>I had for Bergkamp. BTW, he is also one of the greatest
>divers I saw in this WC yet. Often when he was only
>slightly touched he immediately did fall. Well many
>players do the same these days but he did it several
>times.

he's a great player, very clever and sly, but has had a lot of stick for
diving in the premiership. he also gave berkovic from west ham a tasty elbow
in the face, but i was pleased with that as berkovic is a diving little
***.

cheers,

paul

 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Magu » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


> > Doing that kind of thing can not be justified... if he had a problem
> with
> > Mihajlovic during the game he could have asked him to step outside
> the
> > pitch and solve the differences after the game, but not stomping on
> his
> > chest... I was disappointed by Dutch team, especially because of
> Kluivert
> > and Bergkamp... who the *** they think they are?

> Kluivert didn't play, you bozo.

I think he was referring to the Staelens incident.

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Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Tonya Puffet » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> <<Suffice to say, Bergkamp got lucky, as did the Dutch.  I was not
> impressed with them offensively in this game, but no worries:
> eventually they'll meet Germany.>>

> I can just imagine poetic justice: Bergkamp getting an ear bitten off by
> Lothar Matthaeus!

Think Kohler.  That's the ticket.

Quote:
>Incidentally, this stomping business is old. Pele used
> it sometimes to pay back players who kicked him. There's an
> unforgettable scene from Brazil's disastrous loss against Portugal in
> 1966. Pele was ***ly fouled early on by a thuggish player called
> Morais and spent the rest of the game on one leg (no substitutions were
> allowed, so he continued playing). During the second half he walked the
> field looking for an opportunity to hurt Morais; on an occasion when
> Morais fell, Pele literally walked all over him.

And to that I say:  good for him.
 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Tycho Brah » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


> >I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
> >but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
> >he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
> >obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
> >Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into
> >the stomach using his full body weight. (Maybe he took
> >the request of Dutch politicans to turn the back to
> >the Yugo national anthem seriously?)
> >What an ***!

> i watched several replays of that incident and you can see that he doesn't
> stamp down, nor have his full body weight on the player. it's deceptive
> watching slow motion replays as things look more deliberate, but i think he
> was watching the ball rather than the player, and when he felt his foot on
> the other bloke's chest, he did sort of a half step to try not to hurt him.


This interview was taken by Dutch television just after the match:

Interviewer: You were lucky not to get a red card, weren't you?
Bergkamp: Yeah, but it comes from both sides. I've known that guy for quite
some time and he's done some *** tricks on me as well.
Interviewer: Irritation?
Bergkamp: Yes, from both sides. But I knew what I was doing.

 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Fran » Wed, 01 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
> but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
> he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
> obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
> Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into
> the stomach using his full body weight. (Maybe he took
> the request of Dutch politicans to turn the back to
> the Yugo national anthem seriously?)
> What an ***!

Well, I would call it a case of bad timing. Succesfull
strikers usually are pretty mean, otherwise their
careers end way too early. Bergkamp is no different
from any other. Van Basten also had quite a reputation.
And yes, I agree Bergkamp is an *** for stepping
on the ribs of mother Theresa. I hope she's not injured.

Quote:

> tb

Cheers,
Frank
 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Tycho Brah » Thu, 02 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


> > I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
> > but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
> > he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
> > obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
> > Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into
> > the stomach using his full body weight. (Maybe he took
> > the request of Dutch politicans to turn the back to
> > the Yugo national anthem seriously?)
> > What an ***!

> Well, I would call it a case of bad timing. Succesfull
> strikers usually are pretty mean, otherwise their
> careers end way too early. Bergkamp is no different
> from any other. Van Basten also had quite a reputation.
> And yes, I agree Bergkamp is an *** for stepping
> on the ribs of mother Theresa. I hope she's not injured.

Well, she's dead! At least we have the confirmation
now that it was Bergkamp too. So this makes already
two red cards which were not given.

tb

PS: I agree many strikers are sometimes mean to gain some
    advantage. But few boast about such deeds afterwards
    in interviews. Bergkamp did it. *vomit*

 
 
 

Dennis Bergkamp

Post by Frank G » Thu, 02 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>> I thought Kluivert is "the ***" in the Dutch team,
>> but having now watched Bergkamp in "action" I think
>> he deserves this award instead. In the replay it was
>> obvious that it was his full intention to stomp the
>> Yugo player (name?) which was lying on the ground into
>> the stomach using his full body weight. (Maybe he took
>> the request of Dutch politicans to turn the back to
>> the Yugo national anthem seriously?)
>> What an ***!

>Well, I would call it a case of bad timing. Succesfull
>strikers usually are pretty mean, otherwise their
>careers end way too early. Bergkamp is no different
>from any other. Van Basten also had quite a reputation.
>And yes, I agree Bergkamp is an *** for stepping
>on the ribs of mother Theresa. I hope she's not injured.

I condemned Berkamp's action.
And it is still a disgrace for his carreer.
But I have to say in his favour that Mihailovic did something really bad to
Bergkamp several minutes before the incident.
Dutch TV showed tuesday-night that Bergkamp's action was a revenge for a
severe blow with the elbow by Mihailovic.
Several seconds before the situation in which Yugoslavia got a penalty
Mihailovic hit Bergkamp in the neck with his elbow. And believe me, it was
not a soft blow.
Amazing that nobody saw it during the match.
Bergkamp deserved a red card, but so did Mihailovic several minutes earlier.

Frank