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Cjayzz (Real Madrid) 41 minutes ago
Ok I keep wondering, we just let Casemiro go and yet we are too exposed in DM. Is this not the opportunity we have been crying for him at the club?

How the hell was this transfer window mis managed in such manner?
Yet we still wanted to sign a DM in Ramires and Gustavo who probably can't do a better job defensively than Casemiro

The one player we could have easily let go and accepted defeat is yet still in Madrid and currently warming the bench. Illarramendi should have been sold if he is no good to us.

Someone please tell me Perez wasn't blind sided by the whole di maria and james rodriguez transfer and let everyother important transfer in shamble
Even we had to sign a Back up striker on Deadline day; though it could have been worse.... We might have signed Welbeck instead
Mo7aseb (Real Madrid) 1 hour ago
My 11 for tomorrow's game:

.... Casillas
Carvajal/Nacho.... Varane.... Ramos.... Coentrão
.... Modric.... Kroos
.... James Rodríguez
Bale.... .... Ronaldo
.... Benzema

- Pepe, with muscle problems, he will not be in the game. His place will be taken by Raphael Varane. : Marca
RealFan (Real Madrid) 1 hour ago
Deportivo La Coruña vs Real Madrid preview!

Real Madrid:
•Sami Khedira is out until mid-October with the hamstring strain he pulled when on international duty with Germany recently.

•Jesé's injury troubles have not improved. After rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament last season which saw him miss the remaining five months of the campaign, the news this week is that he is still six months away from a return.

•Dani Carvajal is expected to shake off his hamstring injury to start this one.

Deportivo La Coruna:
•Pablo Insua and Luis Farina remain doubtful due to injury.

•Luis Farina picked up a muscle sprain during training and misses out.

Predicted starting XI:

-------------Casillas----------
Carvajal--Ramos--Pepe--Marcelo
--------Modric--Kroos----------
------------James--------------
Bale-----Benzema----Ronaldo

---------Postiga---------------
Juanfran-Domínguez-Medunjanin-Cuenca
-----------Bergantiños---------
Luisinho--Lopo--Sidnei--Laure
------------Lux----------------

Predicted score line: 1-3

Match Facts:
-Real Madrid have won 7 of their last 8 matches against Deportivo in all competitions.
-Real Madrid have been winning at both half time and full time in 6 of their last 8 matches against Deportivo in all competitions.
-Deportivo have seen over 2. 5 goals in 6 of their last 7 matches against Real Madrid in all competitions.
-Real Madrid have scored at least 2 goals in 6 of their last 7 matches against Deportivo in all competitions.
Pejvl (Real Madrid) 1 hour ago
Such bad luck for Jese, I really miss watching him play. Also Carlo said Varane will start this match, Pepe has a small muscle problem
DaGaza (Real Madrid) 3 hours ago
Tomorrow is gonna' be a tough game and knowing how we play against Deportivo away from home, I don't expect us to win tomorrow.... :/
Pejvl (Real Madrid) 3 hours ago
Well we do have 6 wins and one draw in the last 7 games against them, so I hope the Riazor curse is far behind us. Also check your wall DaGaza
DaGaza (Real Madrid) 2 hours ago
Lets hope I'm wrong lol
Mo7aseb (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Varane renews his contract until 2020.  Congrats!
Pejvl (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Great news, now give him much more playing time!
Danny414 (Real Madrid) 23 hours ago
YESSSS!
DaGaza (Real Madrid) 22 hours ago
Meh.... Does it even mean anything? Alonso just renewed his contract and then...
Cjayzz (Real Madrid) 21 hours ago
Lol.... DaGaza
Bplittle (Liverpool) 20 hours ago
@DaGaza I know, eh?

As far as I can tell it doesn't effect whether or not a player leaves - if they want to leave they usually do, but it effects the pricing.

St1or (Barcelona) 17 hours ago
Varane for president. It's scary how good he is and how much potential he still has at such a young age
Jeroen (Barcelona) 3 hours ago
Inb4 he leaves to Bayern
DaGaza (Real Madrid) Yesterday
I was right in 2012 and I'm sure ill be right again this season.... Won't be surprised to see city get knocked out in the group stage
Moe66 (Manchester City) Yesterday
I wouldn't be so sure. I mean Bayern were good but 1-0 and scoring in the 90th minute was a pretty close game, could have been a draw. Roma did very well against CSKA but its not like CSKA is the strongest team in the group and Roma are strong at home, its always more difficult to play away against CSKA in Russia. Bayern look like strong contenders to make it through it comes down to us and Roma and I think if we have our injured players back I think we can beat Roma and take second place but you never know Bayern could lose to Roma. On the other hand, I think we have a more complete squad now then 2012 and our flop summer signings
LastGraspWinner (Arsenal) Yesterday
I somehow think Roma has Bayern's number. Call it a hunch, but something tells me Roma will somehow manage to top the group
RealFan (Real Madrid) Yesterday
^ I'll have 2 of whatever your having...
LastGraspWinner (Arsenal) Yesterday
^Pasta mate haha jk, but honestly, Roma are pretty good every year. They'll make the semis this year mate, the way I see it at least
Hikmat (Real Madrid) 16 hours ago
Roma is the best Italian team but the quality of Italian teams has dropped by a lot
Dtouch (Ajax) 1 day ago
Also, fun fact: Ronaldo was named after Ronald Reagan
Dhockey (Ajax) 1 day ago
Lol this guy. I can see the resemblance
RealFan (Real Madrid) 1 day ago
Stop talking to yourself
Dhockey (Ajax) 10 hours ago
Okay...
Dtouch (Ajax) 1 day ago
Still can't believe you guys essentially traded Di Maria for James.... I simply don't understand
Tharius (Real Madrid) 1 day ago
I simply don't understand trolls
Dtouch (Ajax) 1 day ago
It would be trolling if I said something ridiculous to goad you. Do you really prefer James over Angel?
Rajmahal Yesterday
Lol stfu dtouch. I agree with you, but you've said this like 5 times already on this forum. Post something else lol
Dtouch (Ajax) Yesterday
Dang, just wanted to see what RM fans thought of the move. Didn't realize you guys are so sensative! Rough start to the league getting to you guys it seems...
Pejvl (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Being asked countless times to compare two completely different player is getting to us
RealFan (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Let's ignore this attention whore
RealFan (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
After Liverpool's performance yesterday, I'm not worried one bit.... Lol
Mo7aseb (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
Liverpool remains a great team.
And The performance of the players is completely different in the big games.

The first round match will be at Anfield .... And it is difficult Stadium. It will be a real test for the team
Mo7aseb (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
The game will also be against them directly before the Clasico.  It will be a very difficult week
RealFan (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
What I meant to say is, I'm not as worried as before
St1or (Barcelona) 1 day ago
Would you have said the same about Atletico pre Olympiacos?
Bazinga (Chelsea) 1 day ago
Please destroy them guys.... Ronaldo hat-trick will be icing on the cake
Mo7aseb (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
A great match yesterday
We hope that this team continues the same performance against Deportivo La Coruña.... Especially like what happened in the first half

I am worried about the decline in performance in the second half
The same thing has happened in three consecutive games
Pedmar (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
Is anyone worries about losing CR7 next year? I'm reading more articles about the campaign to bring him back to UTD!
Cjayzz (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
I think he will go back to united, but definitely not next season. Maybe in 2/3 seasons
Pejvl (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
Same story going around every year. And odd enougt, this stories always appear when the transfer window is closed, and as soon as it opens, they disappear lol
SanchezAlexis (Barcelona) 2 days ago
Hahahaha what's more ridiculous than that is reading Rafa Benitez's rumours and how Madrid are looking at him to replace Ancelotti next summer! Bahahah guess Madrid want to fight for Europa League now...
SoccerIsFootbal (Manchester United) 2 days ago
Exactly why is it ridiculous that he should return to utd? I do think it will happen some day
Pejvl (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
It's ridiculous that he's returning to United every time we get a bad run of form. Now watch Madrid pull a little wining streak and the rumors about him leaving will disappear instantly. I think Ronaldo could return to United one day, but not right now. I see him ending his career 2 ways:
1) Retiring in Madrid, with a lot of club records standing besides his name.
2) Returning to United for his last season or two
RealFan (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
I don't see Ronaldo making the same mistake Di Maria did
SoccerIsFootbal (Manchester United) 2 days ago
I think perez is the one who made the mistake, not sure what mistake di maria made
Tanmay 2 days ago
Ronaldo won't retire in Madrid imo. He's a big, big player and towards the end of your career it's lucrative to be a marquee signing for a smaller club rather than sit on the bench of a bigger club (think Ronaldinho). I think he'll be in United for a few seasons, then maybe go to the MLS?
SoccerIsFootbal (Manchester United) 2 days ago
Oh right so utd is a smaller club than madrid, like the mls clubs. That's news to me
4ever (Barcelona) 1 day ago
^offended too easily? He didn't compare man utd to mls club. And everyone knows Madrid is a better team than man utd in terms of history and title combined. Still confused, why you being offended
Tanmay 1 day ago
Lol dude take it easy. I didn't say that or mean that (I meant the MLS when I said smaller club). Going back to United en route to elsewhere is different, like Kaka to Milan, because it's his former club
Poblenou (Real Madrid) 1 day ago
I definitely think it could happen sooner than everyone expects, because in football anything can happen.

And as of late watching Ronaldo out there, it seems his relationship with Ancelotti and the players isn't too great.

Who knows...
Dtouch (Ajax) 1 day ago
If I were Ronaldo, when I start to decline (aka, fighting for starting spot at a big club), I would want to retire for my boyhood club. Why not? You've achieved everything in football. Now do something for your hometown that is satisfying if less glorious
SoccerIsFootbal (Manchester United) 1 day ago
Maybe I was reading too quickly before but it definitely sounded like you said he would hang around madrid until he couldn't start then got to a "smaller" club like utd OR mls, not united and THEN mls
Tanmay 1 day ago
Well the comment is still up so...
Danny414 (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Tanmay have you not been taking your meds?
Tanmay Yesterday
Timely reminder indeed. I'll go look for them
Badge (Manchester United) Yesterday
Yeah Di Maria made a huge mistake leaving a club that didn't appreciate him properly to one where he's adored by everyone and where he's going to be a key player for many years to come.

Ronaldo won't retire at Madrid, I'm certain of it.
I think he will come back to Utd, but not for another 2 seasons or so
Pejvl (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Di Maria has a little different views on some terms then other people. For him appreciation = money and happiness = money. He's been threatening to leave every year he's been here, and every year he would "feel the love" from the club as soon as he got his rais. He milked us enough, now it Uniteds turn. You got a great player, but don't be surprised if in the end of this season he starts talking that "he doesn't know what the future brings, and that he's not certaint where he will play". Then come the "love" bills to make him happy again
Subhakar7 (Manchester United) Yesterday
@Pejvl.... But that's not exactly the reason why Madrid let them go.... Is it.... They wanted him stay at Madrid and fight for his position with James.... And why would he exactly do that.... He was the key member of MAdrid last season.... And suddenly perez buys a player and to play in his position and ask him to fight for his place in starting 11.... Is this the way he should be treated....
I am pretty sure that its not just about the money(it may be involved, I am not sure).... He would have easily stayed at MAdrid if he thought that his place in the first team is safe.... Even Ancelotti never made any assurances about this.... Madrid acted like they don't care even if he leaves....
Pejvl (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Di Maria and James are really a lot different, it's hard to compare them. Even their original positions are different. Sure it was not all about the money, but I think money was the decisive part. I'm not exaggerating that he asked for more money every next year. Difference this year was that he finished the best seasons of his life, so he wanted a massive pay raise because of it, and looks like Perez finally said no. If he stayed I have no doubt he would have still been a first 11 player. I'm sad that he left, I loved the way he played, but there were always 2 things I hated about him: his constant threats of leaving if he doesn't get more money and his diving
Cjayzz (Real Madrid) Yesterday
Pejvl....

Sorry man, but that point is balls.
Di maria threatening to leave every season

1. Perez has clearly been trying to get rid of everything mourinho on the squad. Like he did with Calderon by selling everything Dutch the dude signed. This guy has issues.

- he sold Ozil immediately mourinho left; though I think ozil is not good enough but the move was shocking
- he just sold Lopez in that form and yet still bought anothe goal keeper?
- he just sold di maria also and making the dude look like a money grubbing vilian.... Sad stuff
- he is also trying to get rid of Khedira (though I also feel he is not good enough)
- Arbeloa exit would not be a surprise to me
- pepe on the other hand was nearly sold, till his public feud with Mourinho
I hope you understand the trend....

2. Yes di maria has always wanted to exit madrid, but certainly not for money, but a thing of assurance.
How do you feel if you were a footballer and each transfer window, your club finds you disposable.

I think this season di maria insisted on the exit so as to get a good club considering his amazing performance in the mid of last season after switching back to his natural postion; centre midfield. If not, he would probably see a lot of bench time and end up like some ppl did in real madrid....

3. Lets say its money that was the problem (which it is clearly not), don't you think a player like maria needs a salary increase before he demands it? Had it been benzema who gave a good performance last season, perez would offer him an improved contract immediately before the world cup.

Seriously, real madrid is f****d up in the management no denying; I have monitored for yrs and perez regarless of his business IQ and profit earning for the club seems to always destroy us football wise on the long term.

Ask urself a question, why scatter the 3 man solid midfield we have formed rather than improve it.... I wouldn't see it anyway logical if this was another team, but I have to keep supporting the whites no matter what
Francois01 (Bayern München) 2 days ago
It's really strange to see Kroos playing so deep. He never gets into shooting positions or is able to contribute to attack the way he used to. On top of that he is blamed for not being Alonso. D'oh! I hope Ancelotti changes the formation. Otherwise Toni is better of elsewhere
Pejvl (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
I agree, Kroos is playing great in his current position, but we would get so much more out of him if he's pushed forward, behind the attacker. Currently he's forced to play the DM position, witch requires a lot of defending, but he's not really interested in that. The sooner Carlo pushes him forward the better. It will probably happen when Khedira comes back from injure
BarcaMyLove (Barcelona) 2 days ago
Amazing performance, Bale is worth every penny. I don't know what was better, Modric's assist or Ronaldo and Benezema's goal! I wasn't really a fan of Bale when he was at tottenham. Thought he knocked the ball too far in front of him all the time but I got to say he has really flourished into a great overall player, scoring such important goals and providing so many assists!
Connections (Juventus) 2 days ago
That Modric pass to Bale = perfection
SoccerIsFootbal (Manchester United) 2 days ago
Guy is a boss
Cjayzz (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
Modric is a boss man.... Every time he plays, he reminds me of a great footballer, the foolowing match, he plays like another great....

- that pass was like pirlo was in the midfield
Danny414 (Real Madrid) 2 days ago
Ronaldo looked sharper than ever. Some insane touches. He's playing as a winger again. Not sure I like the setup. Ball movement was excellent in spells. Kroos is a genius. James looked pretty good again.

If we hadnt lost the last two I think isco varane and illara perhaps would start



   
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