When I enter the field… I care about nothing else. I don’t care what people think… I don’t care about outsiders. I don’t care about the rival. I just care about my team. And giving all of me. In those ten seconds life passes in front of me. Friends pass, family passes, pass the trainings in those cold mornings, or under the rain. Those I did and repeated Over and over and over again And never achieved perfection for myself. But I don’t mind a thing. Because I’m in the field. Enjoying… the sport I love. (go, go…) Of course, I always start. Hello, I want to say… everybody here’s a motherf***er. We want to take the train. To go to Basildon. “And the peluken is not givin us balls” (the bald man is not paying us any attention). ‘Cause he’s not paying any attention. Look at that “gringa” (English girl). Hello. What’s up? Reading the newspaper. Just looking at the pictures. Hahahaha! Looking at the pictures just like when I was a kid.
(inaudible chatter) South american tool! So, from the zipper you go to the “danger” side. Argen-TINA!!! Argen-TINA!!! Argen-TINA!!! TEAM!!! Let’s enjoy this! Let’s live it up! (singing) Ole, ola, go, Argentina, we’ve got to win! (singing) Ole, ola, go, Argentina, each day I love you more! We’ve gotta go for it! We’ve gotta win this! Let’s go, dude, let’s go! C’mon, man! Let’s go, let’s go! Keep it up! Well… Hello, I’m Bruno Poggi. First of all, thanks to everyone in our beloved country, Argentina, for the opportunity of representing you all. Hello, what’s up? I’m Gonzalo Rozas, member of the Argentinian National Paintball Team. And I wanna thank mainly the A.A.P. (Argentinian Paintball Association). Hello, I’m Pablo Lopez, from the Argentina Team. Most of all I want to thank everyone who supported us, who gave us all of their energy for this new project that starts right now. To all the guys from Córdoba and the rest of Argentina. We want to tell you we’re here, at the Millennium Series in Europe. London, to be precise. And… that’s it. We’re glad, we’re very happy. Hello, my name is Ezequiel Prieto. I’m doing some manteinance between games , here at the World Cup. We’re representing Argentina, as you may know. First of all I wanna thank everyone back there in Argentina who supported us from the beginning. Many thanks. We were aware of everything you were telling us and how you supported us. Not just because of what we experienced as a group, but for the people we knew here, the support, the love we received… how they recognize us in many parts of the world. Hello, I’m Mariano. I live in Italy. I’m Argentinian, mainly. I wanted to thank the National Team. They’re a good bunch of guys. Very nice people. Lots of feelings. I wanna thank the team,as I said, for giving me the opportunity of lending a hand in pits and to be close to them, so I feel Argentinian as I am, and even more so. A once-in-a-lifetime experience. We are thankful for the possibility of being here, and for everyone’s support and efforts for our country. We gave it all, as you could see in the field. The level of this game is unbelievable. I wish every player, rookie or veteran, could have this chance. And let’s continue to improve, because we are not that far from the goal. To all the boys and girls that really supported us in Buenos Aires. Really, you couldn’t get any more good vibrations from that people. To my family, that also supports me in all this things I do. And… I’d like to bring support and encouragement for anyone willing to live the same experience we had. It’s really priceless. It’s awesome to come playing at this level. Also, there’s no better way to learn and evolve than to travel and try to keep moving on. I want to thank the Argentinian Paintball Association for being a part of this. Revolution Paintball for being our support. One Way, Anthrax and, mainly, Pablo Funk creator of Maniac Paintball. Thank you, Pablo, for supporting us on everything. We had a good time, had some beers, set off some fireworks… Played jokes on some guys… some guys played more jokes on us… We had a great time. In some cases, some of our teammates played together before. It’s always difficult to coordinate moves with other players, but we really achieved that. To play against teams that had been training together for such a long time time is very difficult. We need to take this home as experience for the paintball in Argentina and in all of South America. From me, Fabio Garbarino, I want to thank all Argentina and all of the Argentinian paintball that supported us during all the time we were here,
today and yesterday, playing, participating and competing against high level pro players. Stay confident we gave it all and we can go home in peace. So thank you very much. Greetings. Guys… I just wanted to say that… Thanks for this experience you made me live. Here goes my salutation and recognition for giving it all in the field for our paintball. Participation at this event is a gigantic leap, I guess, for you personally. And as a group, the experience is priceless. Paintball in Argentina is growing, and growing is the amount of people that add their efforts in many ways. Ahead, there is no limit. Well, thank you, guys. That’s all.