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Old 11-06-2012, 01:14 PM   #83
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Default Re: Bubka falls from third floor window in Paris; suffers multiple fractures

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Originally Posted by pusher for life View Post
You don't have to cause so many upsets to be labelled as a good player. If you have tools and weapons, then you're a good player. If you can't show your talents on the court, that's a different thing which doesn't mean that you're not a good player
Err... actually it does. If a player is good or not is decided by results, not by subjective opinion like you and lenders seem to think.

If Bubka has potential or not is something else though.
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