> This certainly does justify my picking Gomez and van der Vaart as my
> Fox in the box pairing, especially since I needed 11 goals. So i
> stick by my decision , it was sound in theory. I can't read the
> future, i can only theorize what will happen based on previous
> The only problem being. Gomez did not start or even make the subs
> bench. Again, I stand by my pick, even if it was based in nostalgia.
> Back in 2012 Super mario was scoring at the Euro\s and top scorer of
> the bundesliga, so it makes sense, a year later he would be a good
> pick to score many goals?
> Unfourtanetly, based on the speed of his second decline, I expect him
> to be playing for SV Ried next season. I think the lesson I have
> learned from all of this, is if you have a Super Mario as top scorer
> and then replace him with another Super Mario, the new Super Mario
> will take all the mojo from the original Super Mario unless of course
> you have a variable in the mix. Like say, an old Peruvian striker?
Second decline... ROFLMAO
Pizzarrrrroooooo, but seriously the goal Robben scored where he backheeled
it was insane, especially the finish from a fine player back in form, I
think Juve have a hot Robben to deal with!!!
> Now, if you were to ask me, should a Gomez be replaced automatically
> by a Peruvian in FOTB? The answer would be, yes. It is the only
> logical choice!
ROFLMAO, logical yes, all it needed was your consent, and I would have
written "+ 4 (Claudio Pizzaro INSIDE, Claudio Pizzaro INSIDE, Claudio
Pizzaro INSIDE, Claudio Pizzaro INSIDE)
> My Bundesliga picks are another thing, my whole Easter resurrection
> theory was way off. Not one single relegation team got a point. Now
> this may have something to do with them all playing vs teams finally
> getting serious about European spots, or more likely, had something to
> do with a German pope retiring, leaving Easter as an impotent,
> meaningless thing now for most Germans? Yeah, we all thought it was
> fun when we had a German pope, we would wear the silly clothing, go to
> this cold building every few Sundays, have some wine, sing, read, get
> preachy and have some laughs, but now Sundays and Easter are serious