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  1. Visuals of famine now coming out of Gaza. It's now also time the term fundamentalist West or something like that is also used. The unsheltering US support for Israel and things like Iraq war before that are not just for strictly geopolitical reasons or for natural resources etc it goes beyond that. Western power circles are the same colonial fundamentalist that they were centuries ago. That EU guy even saying rest of the world is a jungle and Europe is a garden a while back speaks that they deep down still hold the ideas of racial superiority.
  2. Being drunk should have no influence in judging heinous crimes like rape or actions that may lead to death, drunk driving imo
  3. Pantheon is a project by MIT university to rank the most notable people in human history based on how much traffic the Wikipedia profile of the personality gets. In order to get in the database the person's Wiki page must be in at least 15 different language versions of Wikipedia then it applies a complex mathematical equation to assign an HPI (historical popularity index) to rank personalities. https://pantheon.world/explore/rankings?show=people&years=-3501,2023 Based on that these are the most notable footballer figures player+coach born in each country (just born may not have actually played for that country). The ones I already know about are bolded. Please bold the ones you already knew about List A Afghanistan: Zohaib Islam Amiri Albania: Panajot Pano Algeria: Rabah Madjer Andorra: Oscar Sonejee Angola: Fernando Peyroteo Argentina: Diego Maradona Armenia: Henrikh Mkhtitaryan Australia: Graham Arnold Austria: Josef Bican Azerbaijan: Tofiq Bahramov List B Bahrain: A'ala Hubail Belarus: Sergei Aleinikov Belgium: Jean-Marrie Pffaf Belize: Dean McCaulay Benin: Stephane Sessegnon Bermuda: Shaun Goater Bhutan: Wangay Dorji Bolivia: Ulises Saucedo Bosnia & Herzegovina: Vahid Halilhodzic Botswana: Dipsy Selolwane Brazil: Pele Bulgaria: Hristo Stiochkov Burkina Faso: Jonathan Pitroipa Burundi: Shabani Nonda List C Cambodia: Chan Vathanaka Cameroon: Roger Milla Canada: John Van't Schip Cape Verde: Rolando Central African Rep: Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa Chad: Japhet N'Doram Chile: Ivan Zamorano China: Lie Tie Colombia: Rene Higuita Congo DR: Claude Makelele Congo Rep: Delvin N'Dinga Costa Rica: Keylor Navas Croatia: Davor Suker Cuba: Jorge Romo Cyprus: Michalis Konstantinou Czech Republic: Josef Masopust List D Denmark: Peter Schmeichel Dominican Republic: Junior Firpo List E Ecuador: Alberto Spencer Egypt: Mohamad Salah El Salvador: Jaime Rodriguez England: Bobby Charlton Estonia: Valeri Karpin Eswatini: Bongani Khumalo List F Fiji: Roy Krishna Finland: Jari Litmanen France: Zinedine Zidane List G Gabon: Mario Lemina Gambia: Omar Colley Georgia: Murtaz Khurtsilava Germany: Gerd Muller Ghana: Abedi Pele Greece: Theodoros Zagorakis Guatemala: Carlos Ruiz Guinea: Naby Keita Guinea-Bissau: Ansu Fati List H Haiti: Emmanuel Sanon Honduras: David Suazo Hong Kong: Chan Siu Ki Hungary: Ferenc Puskas List I Iceland: Eiour Guojohnsen India: Sunil Chetri Indonesia: Beb Bakhyus Iran: Ali Daei Iraq: Ahmed Radhi Ireland: Roy Keane Israel: Yochanan Vollach Italy: Giuseppe Meazza List J Jamaica: Raheem Sterling Japan: Kazuyoshi Miura (I knew he's the oldest player but didn't knew his name) Jordan: Amer Shafi List K Kazakhstan: Serhiy Skachenko Kenya: Michael Olunga Kosovo: Xerdan Shaqiri Kuwait: Faisal Al-Dakhil Kyrgyzstan: Ilzat Akhmetov List L Laos: Visay Phaphouvanim Latvia: Maris Verpakovskis Lebanon: Yousef Mohamed Liberia: George Weah Libya: Claudio Gentile Liechtenstein: Rainer Hasler Lithuania: Arminas Narbekovas Luxembourg: Louis Pilot List M Macedonia: Dragoslav Sekularac Madagascar: Anicet Abel Malawi: Russell Mwafulirwa Malaysia: Mokhtar Dahari Maldives: Ali Ashfaq Mali: Salif Keita Malta: Michael Mifsuda Mauritania: Adama Ba Mexico: Antonio Carbajal Moldova: Itzhak Shum Montenegro: Dejan Savicevic Morocco: Just Fontaine Mozambique: Eusebio List N Namibia: Collin Benjamin Nepal: Rohit Chand Netherlands: Johan Cruyff New Zealand: Wynton Rufer Nicaragua: Oscar Duarte Niger: Moussa Maazou Nigeria: Jay-Jay Okocha North Korea: Lee Yoo-hyung Northern Ireland: George Best Norway: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer List O Oman: Ali Al-Habsi List P Pakistan: Rubin Okotie Panama: Jorge Dely Valdes Paraguay: Jose Luis Chilavert Peru: Teofillo Cubillas Philippines: Paulino Alcantara Poland: Udo Lattek Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo List Q Qatar: Akram Afif List R Romania: Mircea Lucesu Russia: Lev Yashin List S St Kitts & Nevis: Keith Gumbs Saudi Arabia: Majed Abdullah Scotland: Kenny Dalgish Senegal: Jean-Pierre Adams Serbia: Drajan Dzajic Seirra Leone: Trevoh Chalobah Singapore: Terry Butcher Slovakia: Ferdinand Daucik Slovenia: Branko Oblak Somalia: Abdisalam Ibrahim South Africa: Bruce Grobbelar South Korea: Cha Bum-Kun Spain: Santiago Bernabeu Sudan: Almoez Ali Suriname: Edgar Davids Sweden: Gunnar Nordahl Switzerland: Robert De Mattio Syria: Mahmoud Dahoud List T Tajikistan: Rashid Rakhimov Thailand: Kiatisuk Senamuang Togo: Emmanuel Adebayor Trinidad & Tobago: Dwight Yorke Tunisia: Sadok Sassi Turkey: Hakan Sukur Turkmenistan: Rolan Gusev List U Uganda: Pione Sisto Ukraine: Andriy Shevchenko UAE: Adnan Al-Talyani USA: Bert Petanaude Uruguay: Jose Nasazzi Uzbekistan: Vasilis Hatzipanagis List V Venezuela: Leonardo Jardim Vietnam: La Cong Vinh List W Wales: Ryan Giggs List Z Zambia: Godfrey Chitalu Zimbabwe: Benjani Mwaruwari
  4. Nuclear weapons are almost a century old technology no tech can be made exclusive for that long. Before we see an actual county using one we will see more Beirut like explosions.
  5. lol Shoaib Akhtar and Sehwag give me funny and sad vibes. Both talented players with bling in their prime but after retirement they have become trolls who don't really have any proper job, doing anything to make money. It's kinda sad like seeing someone from highschool who was really popular but isn't doing great in life now.
  6. – Relatively better – I think conscription will not be needed here for a while bcz we have a huge population – Definitely it's on the cards. A second major front has opened in the world since then. Current Indian govt is right now in the phase of internal conquest once it will be done they will go for external expansion i.e the first country Nazis conquest was Germany
  7. Same as Spike. The idea of sending off players for a while does work in sports like hockey but don't think it can be executed in football.
  8. Israel now bombing Rafah crossing with Egypt after it told Palestinians to move there for safety.
  9. Which is so far from reality. IR already has a negative reputation in any Middle Eastern countries for the proxy wars and they spoiled the recent support they were getting after Oct 7 by striking countries like Pakistan which they never really had any hostilities with.
  10. A contemporary great but not an all-time top 10. He became permanent in the team in his 30s and was in and out of the team before his peak. The spot fixing scandal was actually his breakthrough. He told in the WC show that after he was dropped from that infamous 2010 England tour his mom asked him what are you planning to do now ? he was 36 and getting dropped at this stage of career means it's over. But the scandal happened and he got a phone call from the Chairman to get back into the squad and become captain.
  11. Not gonna lie I did googled it
  12. KO matches in this Asia Cup have been fun so far.
  13. Daily reminder whether it's Nethanyahu Putin or Bush decision to start a war can be an individual decision but how it is conducted is always a collective institutional approach.
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