I don't care if it was 'dirty terrorist' or 'I wish an ugly death to you and all your family', Materazzi, who was upholding his team's strategy of relying on dirty tactics, deserved every PSI of that headbutt.
Zidane should be proud to go out in style. Here, I'm best player in the tournament, and what's more take that *ungh* you dirty cheat.
My only criticism is he should have grabbed the filthy racist douchebag by the lapels, for leverage, and aimed a bit higher.
Here's a chicken and egg puzzle. Who inspires the other- Italian politics or Italian football?
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