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ricoo92010-05-04 05:44:02 +0000 #1
Do u guys think Totti will be ready by wc time?
soccerates2010-05-04 05:55:37 +0000 #2
He's pledged to be ready in two months not only for the WC but for the UEFA final if Roma makes it there. That is an ambitious claim, but I think he's motivated enough to do it. He'll need a few competitive matches in before he can be fully ready, and Italy can play well without him, but obviously he adds another dimension to the team.

Ok haters *(yes you Abominus) enter stupid spitting comments here: ____________

Thank you.
ricoo92010-05-04 05:54:11 +0000 #3
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Originally Posted by soccerates

He's pledged to be ready in two months not only for the WC but for the UEFA final if Roma makes it there. That is an ambitious claim, but I think he's motivated enough to do it. He'll need a few competitive matches in before he can be fully ready, and Italy can play well without him, but obviously he adds another dimension to the team.

Ok haters *(yes you Abominus) enter stupid spitting comments here: ____________

Thank you.

Even though I have high respect for Del Piero, defenitly Totti adds a whole other dimension. I hope we can all take Totti's word and have him back in 2 months, hes a strong player. When he got injured he looked more pissed than hurt if u ask me but lets just pray he heals quickly! It wont be the same without him. I doubt 2 months though maybe 3
soccerates2010-05-04 06:56:47 +0000 #4
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Originally Posted by ricoo9

Even though I have high respect for Del Piero, defenitly Totti adds a whole other dimension.

Yes Totti is better, although both have been playing really well. Italy has enough strength without Totti, however he can change a game in an instant and players like him are far and few between. I hope he can get better, but Italy has proven they can also play without him.
snakies2010-05-04 06:50:32 +0000 #5
Francesco Totti has suggested that he will quit international football after the 2006 World Cup Finals.

Although the Roma star won’t celebrate his 30th birthday until September, he indicated on Monday that his Azzurri career is coming to an end.

“I really want to be a part of the World Cup because it will be my last competition with the national shirt,” the crocked star stated this afternoon.

“That is the project which is in my end and I am almost certain that I will see it through until the very end.”

Totti had indicated in the past that Germany ’06 would be his international farewell, but he is presently in a race again time to be fit for the event.

The capital captain broke his ankle last Sunday and is facing up to three months on the treatment table.

That has seriously put his participation in doubt, even if the No 10 – who watched his side’s 2-0 derby win over Lazio from the sidelines last night – is adamant that he will be ready.

“The last World Cup and European Championship didn’t go as I had planned, but I will be in Germany and I’ll make up for them,” he added.

Totti’s 2002 World Cup was marred by his dismissal in the second round defeat to co-hosts South Korea on the Golden Goal.

He was then expected to lead the Azzurri to glory in Portugal two years ago but he left the tournament in disgrace.

Totti was handed a four-match ban after TV pictures saw him spit in the face of Denmark midfielder Christian Poulsen.

Totti is hoping to be ready for at least the last two games of the season in order to convince Marcello Lippi of his fitness.

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