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El cashico embodies everything that is wrong with football at the moment and i dont see it changing for the foreseeable future as long as the most corrupt institution in the world fifa is in charge.

Worst part in all of this is as football fans you just cannot help yourself and not watch these two fantastic teams play every season.
what is it that's wrong with football you're referring to?
Pewpew makes a good point. Why are you making an argument out of it? Anyone with a brain would agree with what's he's saying and not argue about it, but of course some people lack brains. People who can't even form a sentence need to learn to sit down and stfu when grown folks are talking.
^ People who can't be civil in their responses, and who look to exploit one's shortcomings in something as minor as grammatical errors without any knowledge of where the individual may be from, need to reassess their place in society and allow the more mature individuals to partake in intellectual discussions.

For someone questioning the maturity of another, you seem rather immature yourself.

Pewpew, are you referring to the unequal distribution of television revenue?
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@ Pewpew
Well put "El cashico" hehehehe
Or "El cashico between two sellouts"
Only thing to follow in Europe is Champions League, the rest is just overdone mismatch. Before you had 1 or 2 star players together with other football professionals to make a team. Now you have few big clubs overpaying, putting their club in debt to buy all key players in the market so nothing remains for mid-tire or lower-level clubs to even try to compete. And this is forcing mid-tire clubs to throw in the towel and allow outside investors to buy them out.

Just look at the unnecessary additions in both Real Madrid and Barcelona. I have nothing against the talent in both the clubs, but if your goal is to put all in one, whats the point of the league, why dont you just keep playing both these teams so the TV ratings can keep going up, stupid followers will sit and watch the game to bring in more money.

The only hope I have is with the German system, they are atleast making sure their younger squad gets a chance and most of their teams are more of a balance except Bayern. I know it has its flaws but trust me its a better option as the youth system gets more perfects, you will have a more competitive squad to make better teams. Here its just lets add suarez, back in the day you will never have three top players from South America in the same European club. Thats what made it more interesting to watch, now its like all taking the first flight to Madrid, or Barcelona.
@Jogador What's wrong with what I wrote? Please tell me the gramatical errors that you saw there if any, and please act more maturely.
Back to the point, does the unfair distribution of tv rights embodies everything wrong with football? How so? And if you were referring to the massive annual revenues of Madrid and Barca instead, would you rather want all that money to go to certain individuals' pockets instead of being used to improve the club further?
I have to say shock of the season so far is Bilbao's form being as bad as it is so far.

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hopefully it'll like last season at the Bernabeu
I'm expecting Barca to concede
Some of the reasons we love this game:

Saeed, from Saudi Arabia and his love for Athletic Bilbao

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Great video!
Definitely a cool video! It shows how international soccer really is and how fanship for a club is not restricted to geography because the game is global and a football club is an identity all to its own separate from national or religious affiliations.
It's also cool how a guy from the middle east supports Bilbao, thats rare because most fanship of foreign clubs their is distributed to major clubs like barca, real, chelsea, man utd, arsenal, munich. So to see that a guy that far away can be attracted to a club that doesn't get half as much spotlight as those clubs is pretty astounding!
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Que bonito!
So this happened today:

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wow an outrageous goal.
mite end up being goal of the season and win the Puskas award
lol gonna go watch the full highlights now to see everybody's reactions
lol Godin was like wtf just happened
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very early, but top 6 predictions?
3 to be relegated?

what do you guys think?
In no particular order:
Athletic Bilbao
Eibar
Malaga
Atleti
Barcelona
Madrid

Almeria
Elche
Cordoba
i think it's Barca's title to lose
Barca
Madrid
Madrid
Villareal
Real Sociedad
Celta

Eibar
Rayo
Levante
honestly Drogbalampard its very much Real Madrids and Atletico's as well, Real have the squad to win it and Atleti the squad to retain.
wow...vamos la real
?

Eibar is where it's at.
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Agreed
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Matches of Jornada 2

FRIDAY
Valencia v Malaga (Are Malaga for real?)

SATURDAY
Athletic Bilbao v Levante
Atleti v Eibar (Are Eibar for real?)
Espanyol v Sevilla

SUNDAY
Villareal v Barcelona (Are Villareal for fake?)
RSdF v Madrid

MONDAY
What??? No Monday match at midnight???
Only because of the international break. If they were allowed they would have put one in hehe.
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Europa League 2014/15 Group Stage

Group A: Villarreal, Borussia Mönchengladbach, FC Zürich, Apollon
Group B: FC Copenhagen, Brugge, Torino, HJK Helsinki
Group C: Tottenham, Besiktas, Partizan, Asteras
Group D: RB Salzburg, Celtic, Dinamo Zagreb, Astra
Group E: PSV, Panathanaikos, Estoril, Dinamo Moscow
Group F: Inter, Dnipro, St. Etienne, Qarabag
Group G: Sevilla, Standard Liege, Feyenoord, Rijeka
Group H: Lille, Wolfsburg, Everton, Krasnodar
Group I: Napoli, Sparta Prague, Young Boys, Slovan Bratislava
Group J: Dynamo Kiev, Steaua Bucharest, Rio Ave, Aalborg
Group K: Fiorentina, PAOK, Guingamp, Dinamo Minsk
Group L: Metalist, Trabzonspor, Legia, Lokeren
Anyone find it disappointing that Sociedad lost there UEL spot to Kuban Krasnodar? I didn't watch the game but did Sociedad not play very hard because they didn't want to participate or did Kuban just outplay them?

I honestly thought Sociedad could of handled Kuban. Maybe Sociedad underestimated them?
They're shite in Europe. They played horribly in CL last year.
They look nothing of their La Liga form, which I still can't understand why.


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Primera Division Results

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Primera Division Fixtures

Sat 1st November
Granada CF
v.
Real Madrid
Atlético Madrid
v.
Cordoba CF
Barcelona
v.
Celta de Vigo
Real Sociedad de Fútbol
v.
Málaga
Sun 2nd November
Athletic Bilbao
v.
Sevilla
Villarreal
v.
Valencia
UD Levante Valencia
v.
Almería
Elche CF
v.
Espanyol
Mon 3rd November
Rayo Vallecano Madrid
v.
SD Eibar
Fri 7th November
Cordoba CF
v.
Deportivo La Coruña

Top Goalscorers

 
Cristiano Ronaldo
16
Neymar
9
L. Messi
7
C. Bacca
7
J. Larrivey
6
Nolito
5
Léo Baptistão
4
C. Stuani
4
G. Bale
4
Paco Alcácer
4

Seeing Red

Weligton
3 1
Sergi Darder
2 1
Alexis
2 1
L. Vyntra
2 1
S. Dubarbier
2 1
Jonathas
2 1
Fontàs
2 1
Rodrigo
1 1
Duda
1 1
J. Mascherano
1 1

Primera División Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
22
20
3
23
1
1
7
9
1
22
8
9
17
1
1
7
9
2
21
23
10
33
2
0
7
9
3
20
12
8
20
1
2
6
9
4
20
8
7
15
1
2
6
9
5
16
5
11
16
1
4
4
9
6
15
3
8
11
2
3
4
9
7
14
4
9
13
3
2
4
9
8
11
-5
16
11
4
2
3
9
9
10
-1
10
9
3
4
2
9
10
10
-2
11
9
3
4
2
9
11
10
-7
13
6
5
1
3
9
12
9
-3
10
7
4
3
2
9
13
9
-7
13
6
4
3
2
9
14
8
-6
12
6
5
2
2
9
15
8
-8
19
11
5
2
2
9
16
6
-4
14
10
5
3
1
9
17
5
-8
14
6
4
5
0
9
18
5
-13
21
8
6
2
1
9
19
5
-19
23
4
6
2
1
9
20
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