Ageing martial arts film star, Jackie Chan, has declared that he wants to use the Holland team from the final of the World Cup final to star in his next movie, World Cup Spy.
According to Chan, the film star, he watched the World Cup and was especially impressed with Nigel de Jong's sensational karate kick on Xabi Alonso.
"It was sensational," he said, "I've not seen a kick like that since the Beijing Olympic's Karate final. I've got to have him in my next movie."
But de Jong's not the only one Chan is after, he wants the whole team.
"As a unit," he said, "They could have taken on the best cage fighters in the world, some of the deft little kicks were sublime to watch."
In a game that saw nearly the whole Dutch team booked by referee Howard Webb, there was plenty to wet Chan's appetite. with the exception of the Dutch keeper, who spent most of the match bored, watching the Spanish pass the ball about fifty yards away from him.
"Stekelenburg could be good, I don't know," admitted Chan. "I didn't see him do that much. However, I have put Cassias forward as the next superman following his several examples of flying."
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