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Papa Bouba Diop (1978 - 29 November 2020)
a 6 foot 5" defensive midfielder from Dakar, Diop had been ill for a long time
with a neuro degenerative disease.

after spells in Suisse and Diop joined Lens in January 2002.
then came three successful years at Fulham from 2004 in the Premier League.
before Diop switched to Portsmouth where he came on as sub in their FA Cup Final win
over a Cardiff side whose player Peter Whittingham also died this year.
Diop saw out his career at AEK Athens, West Ham and Birmingham retiring in 2013.

it was at the 2002 World Cup where Diop and tournament debutants Senegal really
made their names.
in the opening game of the World Cup Diop scored the only goal in victory over
World Champs and tournament favourites France.
Diop later scored a brace in a crazy 3-3 draw against Uruguay.
classic match.
Senegal beat Sweden in the last 16 before losing to Turkey (golden goal in 97th min)
in the quarters.
Diop won 63 caps scoring 11 goals.
the French coach of Senegal in 2002 Bruno Metsu (1954-2013) was another national
hero in his adopted nation who was also taken too soon.

Papa Bouba Diop, former Fulham, Portsmouth, and Senegal midfielder, dies aged 42

Ex-Fulham, Portsmouth and Senegal midfielder Diop dies aged 42 | Goal.com
 

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Papa Bouba Diop (1978 - 29 November 2020)
a 6 foot 5" defensive midfielder from Dakar, Diop had been ill for a long time
with a neuro degenerative disease.

after spells in Suisse and Diop joined Lens in January 2002.
then came three successful years at Fulham from 2004 in the Premier League.
before Diop switched to Portsmouth where he came on as sub in their FA Cup Final win
over a Cardiff side whose player Peter Whittingham also died this year.
Diop saw out his career at AEK Athens, West Ham and Birmingham retiring in 2013.

it was at the 2002 World Cup where Diop and tournament debutants Senegal really
made their names.
in the opening game of the World Cup Diop scored the only goal in victory over
World Champs and tournament favourites France.
Diop later scored a brace in a crazy 3-3 draw against Uruguay.
classic match.
Senegal beat Sweden in the last 16 before losing to Turkey (golden goal in 97th min)
in the quarters.
Diop won 63 caps scoring 11 goals.
the French coach of Senegal in 2002 Bruno Metsu (1954-2013) was another national
hero in his adopted nation who was also taken too soon.

Papa Bouba Diop, former Fulham, Portsmouth, and Senegal midfielder, dies aged 42

Ex-Fulham, Portsmouth and Senegal midfielder Diop dies aged 42 | Goal.com
The iconic Senegal celebration there too, yaaa

See that cunt Diouf diving to get a penalty against Uruguay, should have been sent off for that shit the horrible cunt
 

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And he was in a Morbid Angel video too

I wonder what tune Darth and those fly Stromtroopers were really grooving to.

John Peel's autobiography says his mother was in a relationship with the actor who
played Darth in his death scene at that time.

the Morbid Angel tune was funny. sounded like a nursery rhyme compared to their early stuff.
 

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I wonder what tune Darth and those fly Stromtroopers were really grooving to.

John Peel's autobiography says his mother was in a relationship with the actor who
played Darth in his death scene at that time.

the Morbid Angel tune was funny. sounded like a nursery rhyme compared to their early stuff.
Haha reckon the actual tune is surely just some disco shit or something

The uproar over that Morbid Angel album was fuckin amazing
 

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I think this pretty much says it all about modern music journalism really:

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AllMusic
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Blabbermouth.net4.5/10[7]
Decibel5/10[8]
Fearnet(mixed)[9]
Metal Forces7/10[10]
Metal Hammer9/10[11]
Metalsucks
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The album received mixed reviews from critics and generated a strong backlash from fans, many of whom were dissatisfied with the group's attempt to add an industrial element to the album.[11] Louisville Music News labeled the album a "failed experiment" and a "joke", and described Illud Divinum Insanus as Morbid Angel's St. Anger, in reference to the Metallica album.[13] Metal Injection gave the album 3/10 and described the album as "a joke" and an "overall bummer to listen to."[14] They criticised the lack of heavy, interesting guitarwork and Pete Sandoval's absence from the album, writing that "Instead, we’re left with fifty-six plodding minutes of (mostly) forgettable death metal and/or offensively terrible industrial metal." They also highlighted David Vincent's lyrics for particular criticism, describing them as "atrocious" and "pretty awful pretty much the entire time". Blabbermouth criticised the album, particularly for the programmed drums, and argued that even the four best tracks on the album sounded "uninspired and even if the band dumped blood, sweat and tears into these songs, that still wouldn't make up for the fact that a track like "Radikult" takes up space on the same album."[15]

Conversely, Phil Freeman of Allmusic said that while "those who love the band's earliest records...are bound to see Illud Divinum Insanus' experiments with industrial...as betrayals of everything the group once stood for", "many of the songs on Illud...are as raw and savage as anything the band's ever recorded", and that the album is "a left turn by a band that's already made many of them throughout its...career".[6] Metal Hammer gave 9/10, describing the album as "a twisted, confrontational masterpiece".[11] The album received praise before its release from artists including Mikael Åkerfeldt from Opeth, Anders Nyström from Katatonia and several other metal artists.[16] However, drummer Pete Sandoval disliked the album, saying, "I don't know why they did that with the DJs, they could've have [sic] just done a separate project without calling it a Morbid Angel album. That might have been better."[17] Sandoval was unable to contribute to the recording of Illud Divinum Insanus due to injuries, and later left the band entirely.[18]

Guitarist Trey Azagthoth calls the album "a confused effort", whose unfocused direction ultimately led to David Vincent's departure in 2015, and offers no apologies over the computerized beats and effects, with a comment about the song "Radikult", calling it "a silly song", "...I had nothing to do with that thing."[19]
 

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David Prowse was also in a few Hammer films.

Here he is in one of their worst, The horror of Frankenstein. It's supposed to be a comedy....but it wasn't funny

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The other two are much better, vampire Circus & Frankenstein & the monster from hell.
 

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