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    Default A Tribute to the Lebanese National Team!

    Fahed, Akel, Abdel Nour, Khatib, Kanaan, Freije, Faris, Vroman, Bshara, Mahmoud, Turk, Mazen!
    On behalf of the 4 Million Lebanese living in the land of the Cedars & the 14 Million Lebanese living abroad!
    A Big THANKS to all of you! You made us proud.
    Every tiger reaches a time where he needs a break, but its only the break of a warrior, before getting stronger and harder towards the next battle!

    Heads Up, Your Lebanese








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    Quote Originally Posted by fadiserhal View Post
    Fahed, Akel, Abdel Nour, Khatib, Kanaan, Freije, Faris, Vroman, Bshara, Mahmoud, Turk!
    On behalf of the 4 Million Lebanese living in the land of the Cedars & the 14 Million Lebanese living abroad!
    A Big THANKS to all of you! You made us proud.
    Every tiger reaches a time where he needs a break, but its only the break of a warrior, before getting stronger and harder towards the next battle!

    Heads Up, Your Lebanese









    You forgot mazen he is a very talented player he is our hope future.. he played avery good game against china in semis GOOOO LEBANON

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    Quote Originally Posted by khaledlebanon View Post
    You forgot mazen he is a very talented player he is our hope future.. he played avery good game against china in semis GOOOO LEBANON
    Sorry my dear, it is changed now! my mistake!

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    Fahed, Akel, Abdel Nour, Khatib, Kanaan, Freije, Faris, Vroman, Bshara, Mahmoud, Turk!
    On behalf of the 4 Million Lebanese living in the land of the Cedars & the 14 Million Lebanese living abroad!
    A Big THANKS to all of you! You made us proud.
    Every tiger reaches a time where he needs a break, but its only the break of a warrior, before getting stronger and harder towards the next battle!
    I just went through lebanon's country facts on wikipedia and it said that 7 million out of the 14 mil. lebanese are in brazil and the rest are in west africa.
    i've been travelin around the world and i have been to brazil a couple of times because im a sailor. I think most of the lebanese in brazil are living in the urban areas like rio, recife and sao paolo and i havent met a lebanese yet only japs and filipinos . But i guess they are more brazilian now than lebanese. I think lebanon should benefit from this because brazilians are known to be a football superpower, i mean every kid that i came across to is kicking anything in the street. and girls are drop dead gorgeous!!! hehehe

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    I would like to thank Vroman and Freiji on behalf of 300 million Americans. Sorry the jokes getting old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rostam View Post
    I would like to thank Vroman and Freiji on behalf of 300 million Americans. Sorry the jokes getting old.
    you know, some retarted guys just can't change

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    Cheer up, it's just a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rostam View Post
    Cheer up, it's just a joke.
    You know, when you see this ''joke'' for 14 consecutive days, 20-30 times per day, you can't call it ''joke'' anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliooo93 View Post
    You know, when you see this ''joke'' for 14 consecutive days, 20-30 times per day, you can't call it ''joke'' anymore.
    Guys, just chill! Rostam, congrats. U made it, and im happy because now i hope everyone will appreciate the West Asian basketball and gives us a fourth seat rather than having India, Sri Lanka & maybe bangladesh coming one day!
    Elio, just forget it man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fadiserhal View Post
    Guys, just chill! Rostam, congrats. U made it, and im happy because now i hope everyone will appreciate the West Asian basketball and gives us a fourth seat rather than having India, Sri Lanka & maybe bangladesh coming one day!
    Elio, just forget it man!
    i think the fiba should decrease the seats to just 12 or maybe less in asia. its not normal that most of the first round games end by more then 50 points difference!.

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    Very proud despite some of the poor performances. Basketball was the only light for us and a distraction from all the problems we're facing. I seriously hope it won't be dead now, though i have a bad feeling.

    I shall be leaving the forum now, i enjoyed my short stay here despite the loss.

    See you all in one year, w nshalla kheir.

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    Champions were not made to win, after all We can only say we are the Champions. I am proud I am Lebanese

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoopaddict View Post
    I just went through lebanon's country facts on wikipedia and it said that 7 million out of the 14 mil. lebanese are in brazil and the rest are in west africa.
    i've been travelin around the world and i have been to brazil a couple of times because im a sailor. I think most of the lebanese in brazil are living in the urban areas like rio, recife and sao paolo and i havent met a lebanese yet only japs and filipinos . But i guess they are more brazilian now than lebanese. I think lebanon should benefit from this because brazilians are known to be a football superpower, i mean every kid that i came across to is kicking anything in the street. and girls are drop dead gorgeous!!! hehehe
    actually there are more than 14 mill lebanese around the world there are more than 18 mill according to many statistics and there are many in the US, Canada, Arab Gulf, Europe and Africa just as well as the Lebanese living in South America specially Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela.

    As for benefiting from Lebanese-brazilian football players the Lebanese Football federation is not even around they only know how to cheat and steal money( well at least most of them to say one or 2 are respectful) anyway this was tried back in 2000 but the only Lebanese originated players were not so better than our players but they were taking very big amounts of money. by the way Former South African soccer team Captain Pierre Issa has a Lebanese origin and he always said so, he was a very important player I remember in 1998 he was South Africa's top scorer but unfortunately all his goals were own goals in the very own net of his team LOL

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    I salute the brave Lebanese national team!
    IRAN - THE BEST BASKETBALL NATION IN ASIA

    Congratulations Jia You Iran

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    man , i wish fadi was a little younger...i love this guy, i have to say he was my idol when i first saw him play in the 1999 abc...i even remember mashantaf leading the team and fadi as the go to guy

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    to all lebanese, jordanian and philipino friends...plz join this group on facebook to support our petition to get a wildcard for turkey:
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/g...9949082&ref=mf
    History will write --> "In 2009, China stole the asian cup from Lebanon"

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    Lebanon deserve to be in next year FIBA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP....

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    Lebanon deserves to be in the world Championships. They will be invited as a wildcard for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipballa7 View Post
    Lebanon deserves to be in the world Championships. They will be invited as a wildcard for sure.
    hopefully man we will be invited but you know its a policy and always europians and americans are preffered over the asian countries even if we were better than them ! damn it !
    i guess we have a small chance this time if our federation worked seriously on this issue by accusing this fucking uzbeki referee for his several mistakes ...

    btw after i saw the chinese performance in the finals i realized that that were tired which means lebanon's loss against jordan wasn't a surprise the players were exhausted i am not underestimating jordan's performance they were gr8 and they deserved the 3rd spot but i was just clarifying my point of view

    anyways hope we will get this wild card although i am sure we wont
    lebanon this small country that 3/4 of the europians and the americans never heard of i don't think anyone cares about him

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoopaddict View Post
    I just went through lebanon's country facts on wikipedia and it said that 7 million out of the 14 mil. lebanese are in brazil and the rest are in west africa.
    i've been travelin around the world and i have been to brazil a couple of times because im a sailor. I think most of the lebanese in brazil are living in the urban areas like rio, recife and sao paolo and i havent met a lebanese yet only japs and filipinos . But i guess they are more brazilian now than lebanese. I think lebanon should benefit from this because brazilians are known to be a football superpower, i mean every kid that i came across to is kicking anything in the street. and girls are drop dead gorgeous!!! hehehe
    Fred the brazilian who was playing in Lyon is from lebanese origin...
    Aso Daniel Alves the player who plays with Barcelona is married to lebanese ...
    ..........
    I hope we can benefit from this advantage that we have alot of good players in aboard we can get them to play in Lebanese basketball and football teams :P

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