O Pacheco do costume

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Durante a madrugada de hoje a SIC foi intervalando a emissão com os clientes do costume da Quadratura do Círculo. Deu um certo jeito porque sempre permitia que a malta fosse ao WC sem perder grande merda.
Mas numa dessas interrupções, seriam duas e pouco da manhã, ainda consegui ouvir a suprema alarvidade do Pacheco Pereira a rezingar qualquer coisa contra aqueles que há oito anos vociferaram contra o facto de o presidente eleito ter menos votos populares que o derrotado. Àquela hora McCain estava ligeiramente à frente na votação popular. E o magnífico Pacheco, sempre à frente nas suas análises, aproveitou para espicaçar essa malta dizendo que queria ver se fariam o mesmo desta vez, caso McCain ganhasse em número de votos…
Agora que já se sabe que Obama tem qualquer coisa como mais 7 milhões de votos que McCain, e que, ainda por cima, é o presidente eleito com mais votos populares na história dos EUA qual será o argumento de Pacheco? Nenhum… Presumo eu! Engole em seco e recolhe à Marmeleira para retemperar as forças!
P.S.: Se alguém conseguir encontrar o vídeo dessa declaração eu agradeço.

2 thoughts on “O Pacheco do costume

  1. Opá, a cena de ser “o presidente eleito com mais votos populares na história dos EUA” é quase sempre totalmente irrelevante porque a população vai crescendo e por isso quase sempre o mais recente presidente está nessa posição (ou seja, “essa não a questão essencial”). Na vitória do Obama há bons e óptimos resultados -tipo a baixíssima abstenção, as vitórias em certos estados que há que tempos não caiam para os democratas, coisas assim- mais que suficientes para não ter de se evidenciar uma merda que não interessa nada. (Apesar de, tal como no amor e na guerra, para chatear o Pacheco Pereira tudo valha, subscrevo, subscrevo.)

  2. , I believe Liverpool has a lot to gain by foonlwilg Manchester United’s model. I may not like Manchester United, but that does not mean that I should not have any respect for that team. When Liverpool was winning almost everything, United was in deep trouble. But, in the background they were patiently working on producing homegrown talents. When these talents were ready, United unleashed hell. They unleashed a bunch of young players with a lot of stamina, and who would not require a lot of time to heal from injuries. Players like Scholes, Beckham, Phil and Garry Neville, Giggs, etc.What has Liverpool produced after Folwer, Carragher, Matteo, Gerrard, and Owen? Not much. The accademy should be reviewed and improved. So do the recruiters. There are many many talents around the world which won’t cost an arm and a leg to get. French teams used to do that before other big European teams would steal these talents from them. Leonardo and Ronaldinho started at PSG before moving to bigger clubs.I just hope Liverpool does better this year and I hope they don’t continue to play players in positions which are not theirs. Babel and Kuyt used to play as strikers before being used a wingers in Liverpool. Benitez also played Cisse9 on the wing whereas you could only get the best of Cisse9 by playing him as a striker. I can only hope that the new manager will do things differently. New blood, new way of thinking for Benitez was doing weird things in his last years.He wanted a winger who could cross. He had Pennant, but let him go. He had a good striker in Peter Crouch, he let him go. He had a good striker in Robbie Keane, he let him go without giving him a fair chance. He was always substituted. He wanted to sell Alonso because Alonso did not want to travel because his wife was going to give birth to their first child. How can you expect someone who is about to become a father for the first time to travel with the team? You are a father too, surely you can understand Alonso’s feeling. And what happened? Alonso gave his best ever performance in a Liverpool shirt and then went away. Benitez could have force the contract obligation on Alonso, but his ego was too strong.Anyway, we can only hope that now that everything is settled, and no more transfers affecting the mind of the players that we will have a good season. It was very promising against Arsenal, then very bad against Manchester City, and a very hard fought win against West Bromwich Albion. WBA are among teams that mightly Liverpool should breeze through. After all, we are not talking about Portmouth, but Liverpool Football Club.We don’t need a lot of stars. We just need players we have to do what they have to do very well. I prefer to have to have a set of average players, but who play well together and know each other very well. They will then be a well-oiled machine. It’s not different from a motorcycle. A motorcyle with parts on the same level will perform very well. On the other hand, a motorcycle with a very very good cylinder won’t perform very well if the carburator is not on par. The Liverpool who won the Champions League in 2005 did not have megastars, yet they managed to beat Chelsea and its superstars and AC Milan with players like Kaka, Crespo, Shevchenko, Seedorf and Maldini.YNWA Patrick Ng

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