Title: VASSILIS TSARTAS
Jimmy Matthews - November 12, 2006 08:48 PM (GMT)
I love this football player, i have seen him when he played at Sevilla, in the 90s. I'm very happy that he wins the European Cup. But where he plays now, still in AEK Athens?
Some years ago there was a rumor that says that he could play in my favourite italian team, Perugia, but it was only a rumor...
cinehound - November 13, 2006 03:52 PM (GMT)
Yes, a very good player, weak & lazy a bit but with a killer long ball & foul.
He left AEK a couple of years ago, he went to Germany but didn't make it there.
There were rumors back then for Olympiakos but they prefered Rivaldo instead.
So we all thought that he stops soccer. But suddenly, a month ago, he signed up with Ethnikos, a greek team of the second division.
OK, this sounds rather strange. But Ethnikos is a historical Greek team with some rich men behind now, so that explains it. Of course the guy has almost two years to play so he's in a bad condition...but we'll see.
I'm a fan of Olympiakos, most fans hate this player as he was in AEK but I don't, I like him.
By the way he's a rather difficult character, one of those players who want always to play even if they're in a bad mood.
Jimmy Matthews - November 13, 2006 06:49 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (cinehound @ Nov 13 2006, 03:52 PM)|
| Yes, a very good player, weak & lazy a bit but with a killer long ball & foul.|
I like this kind of player, for example Roberto Baggio, Robert Prosinecki, Antonio Cassano, Josť Luis Chilavert, Alexander Mostovoi, good feet and bad attitude.
| I'm a fan of Olympiakos |
Do you remember Anastopoulos? Is one of the most famous meteors of the 80s in italian championship.
cinehound - November 13, 2006 08:47 PM (GMT)
Of course, Anastopoulos was the best player of Olympiakos in the 80s, a symbol.
He came to Italy, I think in Avelino - but those times there weren't Greek players in Europe, and Anastopoulos didn't speak any foreign language, even English, I beleive for him was very difficult there and you didn't understand his skills.
He was one of the bigger scorers of all times in Greece !!
Now he's a coach...
Jimmy Matthews - November 14, 2006 03:43 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (cinehound @ Nov 13 2006, 03:52 PM)|
| But suddenly, a month ago, he signed up with Ethnikos, a greek team of the second division.|
OK, this sounds rather strange. But Ethnikos is a historical Greek team with some rich men behind now, so that explains it.
Also in Italy we have a historical team in second division, Juventus!!! AHAHAHAHA!
Juve in B for ever! Thieves! :D
| I beleive for him was very difficult there and you didn't understand his skills |
I think it' possible. His score in Greece is fantastic (246 matches, 128 goals), in Italy is terrible (16-0). Is the same thing for Signori in Aris Salonicco.
Now in Italy we don't have a lot of greek players, i think Vryzas in Torino (last year, this year i don't know where is), Kyriazis in Triestina and Eleftheropoulos in Ascoli (where is the second goalkeeper). Maybe Choutos.
I remember in Perugia Loumpoutis, Dellas and the most beautiful seasons of Vryzas. But i think that we had also other greek players.
In Greece if i remember well, you have Cirillo (a "friend" of Materazzi) and Sorrentino in AEK Athens, and last year (this year i don't like so much male football) i remember Vanoli and another player (or was Malesani?). But i think that in Greece plaied also Sardi and Scardina, right?
cinehound - November 16, 2006 01:25 PM (GMT)
Signori was in Hercules but I think he came at the end of his career...
You also had Karagounis the last years in Italy but also he didn't make it, he is a very good player actually.
Greek championship sucks, nothing to do with England, France, Spain & Italy.
We go down & down and you could see that at our teams in Champions League, we're between the worst in the last 3-4 years.
The National Greek Team was a huge surprise almost impossible to explain,
I beleive it is a "product" of our German coach, Otto Rehangel...
I also hate Juventus (they won us...7-0 !! :blink: a couple of years ago, God help us!) but I have the feeling that there were a lot more teams of Italy involved in those scandals :(
fil - November 24, 2006 09:27 PM (GMT)
tsiartas was a great player but he was a huge a**hole i still remember that when original fans got into the training center of aek in 8rakomakedones the only car that they smashed was tsiartas bmw m3 cabrio :huh:
:D AEK-MILAN 1-0 :D
cinehound - November 24, 2006 10:46 PM (GMT)
I hope Tsiartas will not read that...