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David Moyes shouts “Stefano!” at his Real Sociedad team... Real Sociedad don't have any players called Stefano

https://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/blogs/early-doors/video--hilarious-highlights-of-david-moyes--first-game-as-real-sociedad-boss-112724938.html

this guy has turned into a comedy gold
Manguero City and Erikham Spurs are so one man team... Don't want to admit it but I'm kinda jealous...
another evidence that shows the arrogant neuer never performs when his team needs him most...

if he's such a great goalie, then tell me at least a few occasions where he single-handedly saved his team to a draw or 3 points...

i can easily count for de gea...

Mate how many times will you tell us you think he's overrated?
You can't force your opinions on others.

You can easily count for DDG because our defense is absolute garbage and he has to save more chances than Neuer does, but when he has to face actual chances, Neuer very often gets the job done.

The first goal was a penalty and the other two were one of the deadliest strikers in the world all by himself inside the penalty box. No keeper could have saved those
+4
@Theatreofdream Your comment shows how bias you really are lol.
+5
BIAS-ED!

I agree with Theatreofdream. Neuer failed BM badly tonight. Arrogant asshole. Should have done better on both of city's goals.
Kind of like De Gea did against Arsenal in similar, nay, worse situations.
Aguero one-on-one in the box is always going to be favoured, so I don't blame any keeper if he scores on them in those situations. That being said, when I watched the replays I did think that Nauer could have tried more. He could have and should have attacked Nauer. It's always harder for a striker to score when under pressure from the keeper.

+1
If Neuer barged in on him, he would have shat his pants like he does regularly for argentinate, and bottled it as always
The 1st Goal was a penalty and Neuer dived the right way but it was well placed.

The 2 Goal Aguero was open close to the halfway line so if Neuer had came out Aguero could have just easily chipped it.

The 3rd Goal Boateng lost the ball right outside the box and Aguero only took one touch before shooting, so it was hard to come out for it.

I think you guys have some HIGH expectations for a GK if you are expecting them to save those shots against one of the most lethal forwards in the world.
+1
Odds are none of them have played keeper in their life. They don't realise how little time you have to make decisions. Neuer can't just barge him, he'll be sent off. He dived the right way for the 2nd goal(in off the post, so right in the corner!) He had zero time to set himself for the 3rd cos it was a defensive stuff up and the penalty was perfectly struck, hard into the side netting and he STILL nearly saved it.

You want to blame someone, blame Pep. It's his philosophy that caused the Bayern defense to be caught so high up the pitch at 0-0 knowing full well that Aguero is no slouch. You'd think the 2 times he was offside would've been a big enough hint to drop back but no, the last BM defender was past the halfway line, which is of course the point where you are no longer offside. The 3rd goal as well, Pep's obsession with possession bit him on the ass, that's the only reason a CB would attempt to control the ball in that situation and not simply boot the crap out of it anywhere but their own 18 yard box.
+2
biased? Seems to me it's all of you that are biased, with desperate attempt of defending him saying no goalie can ever stop that, bla bla bla.... to me that’s an opinion, not a fact...

in football, there is no such thing as "impossible", there is only "improbable"

De Gea's one-on-one saved against hazard was nearly improbable by any measure, but he did it...

but again, that's not my point, my point has always been "just tell me a few occasions where he single-handedly carried his team"

I am not biased because I indeed havent seen him doing that... it's maybe because I don’t follow bundeliga/ germany national team closely, but whenever I do, I never ever, not even once, see him does that... so please, help me change my mind... if you can...
Hazard, as opposed to Aguero, completely messed that chance up though. Aguero finished the last 2 chances flawlessly, while Hazard's shot was savable. So were the Wilshere and the Naismith one on ones that De Gea saved. Had those been Aguero, 9 out of 10 times they would've gone it.

Here's one match that you should remember of Neuer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rW2N2nPpEk
FIFA Career Mode

De Gea
Rafael - Smalling - Rojo - Shaw
Herrera - Strootman
Januzaj - Di Maria - Reus
Rooney

Not impossible lol.
+1
Make it happen!!

Might as well share my third season at United as player after spending time at Barnsley and Everton.

-DDG-
Keane-Smalling-Evans
Rafael-Blind
-Di Maria-Hamsik-
-Me-
-Rooney-RVP-

The ridiculous thing is selling Herrera, Rojo, Jones, Shaw without signing any replacements and then selling Falcao the top scorer. The most frustrating thing is signing players like Bakkali and Reus and left them at bench cuz no wingers needed. Hope this isn't the reality :P

3 CB is quite solid in FIFA. And that 3 CAM midfield is chaotic lol.
Dont play Fifa. But this is my FM15 team

------------Van De Gea-----------
Rafael----Dede----Jones--------Shaw
----Lucas Silva--Will Hughes---
Januza-------Di Maria-------Mata
-------------hernandez-----------

Got carrick,herrera, rooney, evans, rojo, smalling, perriera and some computer generated players.
@Joeymac

you play FIFA, where every impossible can be made possible, but still no Hummels? no way
Hummels is too slow/not sweaty enough for FIFA :p

I recently started my career mode with United (still in 1st season). This is my team
DDG
Rafael-Jones-Rojo-Shaw
-Khedira/Fellaini--ADM/Herrwra
---------Rooney/Kagawa-----
--Depay---RvP/Doumbia----Adnan

Sold Mata to City (lol) and bought Khedira, Depay and Doumbia with the money. I expect both Adnan and depay to grow massively in the first couple of seasons so I play them both as much as possible (I make them take penalties, etc so their stats look better lol)
+1
in my FIFA14, Hummels in his first season:

Overall jumped from 85 to 87
played 43, scored 6, assisted 5
bought at 20-30 mln i forgot

cant be a bad purchase
@Badge have you tried Adrian Centurion? He's Usian Bolt, Age 21, 93 Acceleration, 92 Agility, 92 Sprint Speed, 91 Stamina, the rest doesn't mata. I basically use him to storm up and down non-stop, shut down the entire right flank. Especially the AI slide tackles more often in FIFA 15, its easy to get defenders send off.

Together with Depay, opposition cannot attack on flanks.
Haha I was kidding @TheatreofDream!
Hummels is one of the best CBs in the game and if I'm not mistaken he's the one with the highest potential overall. But Dortmund asks for around 50m for him, so it's not really worth it imo unless you're Real Madrid and have an unlimited budget.

@Shiwa, no I haven't, but I definitely will now :P
Remember when you guys wanted Moyes as manager instead of Mourinho? Well I do
+6
How many people wanted Moyes over Mourinho? I think people just decided to back Moyes because it was inevitable that he was going to be our manager at the time. I remember everyone wanted Jurgen Klopp but he was a unrealistic option.
i have a lot of respect for mourinho but i still wouldn't want him at our club ahead of ancelotti, klopp, guardiola.

i was defintely one of the moyes over mourinho guys. i wanted what moyes stood for, continuity plus building upon current foundations. we didnt get any of that. we got some half assed attempt at continuity and in the end didnt strengthen enough. he's not all to blame, woody played his part of course in failed targets. part of the blame goes to players underperforming, and another part of the blame goes to those who identified him as our best option. not sure he had it in him to right the ship when things were poor, he looked to run out of ideas and it showed in his comments. to be objective there you'd also have to say he needed to get a chance to ship out underperforming players and get some of his targets in. kind of blew that chance by going after baines and fellaini last minute.

i just dont like mourinho's style, and havent seen him last more than 3 seasons at a top club - and the second season is almost always the peak. he's a short term fix as far as im concerned.

my biggest qualm about him is he sometimes shows a deep lack of respect. wenger comments last season. pep comments while he was at madrid. poking tito in the eye. probably worst of all, talking about other clubs (specifically chelsea) while at another club. he kept droning on about chelsea in his final half season at madrid. to me thats offensive, i would never want our manager pining over another club like that while at the helm. just shows disrespect.

+3
SIF -I get what your trying to say...But still Moyes over Jose does not make sense to me.
It wasn't as much as we wanted Moyes over Mourinho, but rather we just didn't want Mou to ever manage United.
That was my feeling anyway and I stand by it to this day. Mourinho could win everything with Chelsea, but I'd never want to see the day where that guy takes over the club as manager.

He's one of the best managers out there for sure, but I just can't stand him.

But hey that's just my opinion. I also want Pep here, which I know pretty much no one else does lol, so what do I know?
+1
Jose is the worst opponent, but when he is on your side...he's heaven. Trust me.

I remember watching the Liverpool game last year with United fans who hated Jose, but by the time that game was done, they had hard ons for him as he smacked his chest and let Anfield know who was boss.

"He's the most beautiful homeless man on the planet." was the final verdict. lol.

Anyways, your loss is our gain.
Don't worry Badge. I want Pep as well. :)
+1
@SIF

Him dronning on about Chelsea at Mardid was brought on by the incredibly toxic situation brewing at the club and in the media. By that point he had permanently benched Iker and certain Spanish players had turned against him, and Jose even went so far as to point at certain players for throwing games. There was a strong divide between those loyal to him (Xabi, Khedira, Arbeloa, etc.) and those who were siding with Iker.

In the end, Jose was right. Iker was past it, but no one in Spain had the balls to take his word.

It was pretty clear by then that Jose was not going to be staying on next year.

If you are talking disrespect, you should see how Maraca still treat Jose.
+1
My order: Klopp > Pep > Ancelotti > Mourinho

My main reason for Mourinho is he's like Adrenaline, the team will get supercharged but the strength won't sustain over a long period of time.
^ is it a typo or you real put klopp ahead of other 3 who have few CL trophies to show for.
I wanted Solskjaer, Pep or Ancelotti
@Bazinga, I think Shiwa ranked them in order of who he'd prefer to see at the club. And most people from most clubs would agree that they'd rather have Klopp than Mou.
Klopp's career is also shorter than Ancelotti's or Mourinho's so the CL win count is a misleading way of comparing their accomplishments, not to mention that getting success with the wealthiest, top clubs in the world like Real, Chelsea etc isn't quite the same thing as taking a Dortmund side to a CL final.

@Moeb8, nobody is saying Mourinho doesn't get the job done. We all know he does, but some people just don't like his style and him as a person, me included. That's all really.
I was one and I also remember when he kicked our united class backroom and brought his mediocre one with him I said we were screwed.
lol i always have my back on mourinho... those who chose moyes over mou, or those who never back mou simply are those with high ego, thinking their club image cant be ruined by someone without class (we know thats how people perceive mourinho)

mou is a great manager, parking bus or not, it is his tactic used at the right time, he talks a lot, behaves ridiculously at times, etc. but that's because he is a true passionate manager who doesnt care about how we think of him or what the media is talking behind him...

people perception of mou is often clouded by his parking bus tactic and his arrogant behavior without considering his numerous personal and club achievements...
to me, that's a very shallow way of thinking...
+2
@badge..comparing klopp and mourinho....sure klopp got to the final with bvb...but mou won it with porto lol
+1
Mourinho's a brilliant manager but if he ever managed my club I would stop following them. I just don't like the guy. I don't like his arrogance, his lack of respect for others and his way of playing football. I follow my club because I enjoy watching them play and I respect the philosophy of the club. Mourinho would win matches but would destroy everything that my club stands for. It would be the same at Manchester United.
Yea i agree he's a c**t at times...but thats exactly why i like him lol...he calls it on and doesnt give the same boring response other managers give...

mourinho isn't a prick because he's successful...hes succesful because hes a prick lol...
@Rajmahal, yes yes we all know he did mate lol.

That's the thing with CL wins, people don't remember how they were won, they just remember that they won it. Personally, I think Klopp's CL run in 2012-13 was more impressive than Mourinho's in 2004 when he won the CL.
In my opinion, Porto got extremely lucky in 2004. They had a pretty easy group. They then had to face United, where it took a wrongly disallowed Scholes goal that would killed the game (he was onside by a f****g meter) and a 91st minute incredibly fluky goal (the goalie made an absolute mess of it and it came back to their player in front of an open net) for them to go through. The referee/assistant referee and Tim Howard won them that game, but hey, nobody remembers that.

They then faced Lyon and Deportivo La Coruna, while Monaco had to face the likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea in the knockout stages. Against Deportivo, it took a penalty and sending off to get them the only goal of the 2 games. He got his final right though, just like he did with Inter, and won comfortably.

Klopp in 2013 was in the group of death, made up the Spanish Champions and the English Champions, Real and City. They ended the group 1st, undefeated with 4 wins. They then met and smashed Mourinho's Real Madrid again in the group stages before losing to Bayern, which was easily one of the strongest sides of the past decade, in the final. Dortmund did it in style and dominated the games they won that year.

I'm not saying Klopp is better than Mou, cause I don't think it's true, and I'm not taking anything away from what Mourinho achieved.
I'm just saying it's not as black and white as some people make it sound. I don't think you can really say that a manager is better than another one based on the fact that he won a CL while the other one didn't.

...By that flawed logic, Roberto Di Matteo is a better manager than Arsene Wenger or Klopp.
Likewise, what Diego Simeone did with Atletico Madrid last year in Europe is absolutely amazing, but you can't say oh haha the guy is overrated, he doesn't even have a CL, even Di Matteo has won it.
feeling pretty stupid for selling messi on dreamfooty, second straight hattrick.
who did you sell him for
combination of aubemeyang and suarez (combined cost of 22.5 million). suarez scored, which helps, but unless aubemeyang gets a brace and assist i'm losing points on that transaction. auba had a goal and assist, and suarez had an assist last game but messi's hattrick got more points so that's two games in a row i lost points.
Holy crap! Aguero 3 - Bayern Munich 2!! Hats off Aguero, hats off!

Huge mistakes by Bayern on the 2 last goals but full credit to the Argentine!
+1
aguero carrying city, great comeback though. "Sergio Aguero has now scored 53.3% of the goals Man City have scored in the UCL & EPL this season."
Aguero is a very talented player just wish he would cut out his play acting. I think City will find it hard to keep him if he continues his fine goalscoring form.
@DTaDiablo Who will buy Aguero though? He just signed a new contract and will cost a HUGE amount. Also all the top clubs already seem to have the forward position covered.
bayern & Madrid would and could break the bank to get him.
I could see Real getting him. Benzema is great but he isn't a superstar like Aguero
+1
One word to sum Aguero up is clinical. He doesn't need plenty of chances to finish goals.

Tonight all 3 chances coming from bayerns mistakes were well taken goals
I don't see Bayern breaking the bank for Aguero. They wouldn't even give Kroos a raise and he was a automatic starter for Pep.

Real Madrid can afford it but I feel like Benzema is more suited for the role Real Madrid need then Aguero.
^ Pretty much what Toru said. Aguero doesn't fit into the Real system as much Benzema does. A great striker, but not an out-n-out #9 like Benzema. City pretty much owe Aguero everything this season.
Basically wishful thinking on my end, I just want a foreign team to take aguero far away from the PL so he stops playing so well for City :p
Can someone explain to me why City want to increase their capacity? Hosting the German champions & arguably the best side in the world at the moment and still you can see plenty of empty seats.
jealous of our stadium it would be so pointless for them to expand
@Viper, the seats were empty because people left early to beat the traffic :P
^ sad excuses. Real fans don't do that
And by Real i don't mean Real Madrid/Sociedad fans
Nani with yet another CL goal. 4 goals in 5 games.
http://gfycat.com/MammothNauticalKouprey
Nani > Di Maria
+3
Nani champions league goals 4
Ronaldo champions league goals 3

Nani > Ronaldo
+3
lol i was waiting for it cheshire, not a chance nani is better than di maria. scoring a goal or too vs mariboor (who?!) doesnt make him a better player. he did play well tonight though so fair play to him.

but i did find it funny, those guys flopping around like fish. i counted 7 times they went to ground with a desperate sliding tackle, nowhere near the ball.
I find them to be very alike. Nani's dribbling is better but his decision making is inferior
lmao Peter I love Nani too bro, but he's nowhere near as good as Di Maria.
Other than having a much better weak foot, I can't think of any department where Nani is better than ADM.

Edit: aaaaand Nani gets an assist
Di Maria is just a super Nani
o'shea shits on both of them
+6
Well see that bit about Di Maria in 2 years' time Somere
Red card for Benatia and penalty for City!
100% clear penalty.
Xaaabi Alonsoo! What a cheeky free-kick! Man that guy is pure class.
1-1. Bayern looking like the better team even with 10 men.

Edit:
2-1 Bayern Munich! What a brilliant finish by Lewandowski!

How is Bayern dominating this much away to City with 10 men? They're by far the better team out there.
They maintained their 63% possession since losing a man lol, crazy.
+2
Clear as day in terms of the red card and penalty.

For me Hart has organised his wall badly and not covered the side of the goal so I feel he was at fault for the first (perhaps harsh).

As for the second goal what is he doing? I have no idea why he was there and left in 'no mans' land. In the start of the season Hart was dropped for Cabalero but you can see why he may find himself back on the bench.
At this point you have to wonder...like half of city's cl goals came from peno's
+2


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