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Steve Nash’s Showdown in Chinatown: Match Highlights

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  1. I think your both wrong. Spanking should be illegal, it is a form of child abuse, albeit a lesser one that has yet to become properly socially stigmatized and American Rossi hate is totally acceptable within the sports realm.

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  2. Hahaha. +1

    I have no issue with dual nationals, but when you come out and say I feel American and yet play for Italy, naturally it rubs people the wrong way. I have no qualms with Nevin Subotic even though he would arguably make a bigger impact for the USA.

    Its all about how you go about things. Lots of people hate Lebron because of how he went about things, not just because he changed teams to help himself win.

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  3. American-Rossi hate is good for the soul.

    I don’t think any of it falls outside the sporting realm, so “sport hate” is always acceptable and a part of passion.

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  4. Agreed, understood that this is an exhibition. But he looks overweight and his touch is horrible. He looks as if he’s a kid trying to make a JV squad not a professional in England. Ballouchi (Sp?) looked good and Kalou is class.

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  5. Temryss Lane, my beautiful fellow Native American.

    -Athletic
    -Played soccer at a high level
    -Charming
    -Attractive

    What more could you ask for? So much better than those other reporters people fall over (for reasons beyond me) with the US Soccer Reports.

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  6. Stop with the Rossi hate. Bottom line is we get some and we lose some. I like a lot of the dual nationals who chose us: Tom Dooley, Earnie Stewart, Stu Holden, Landon Donovan (not that he would have chosen Canada), Joe Gaetjens, Claudio Reyna, Roy Wegerle, Fabian Johnson… We are doing alright.

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  7. Awesome event Steve! I hope this event continues for years and years to come and contributes to effective kids charities!

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