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hahaha atletico is sick!! wow simeone, what a radical fking guy, true tactician
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He's pretty much mourinho, only difference is simeone is volatile on the pitch, mourinho off the pitch.
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Mourinho couldn't get a team to punch above its weight for this long. 1-2 years, yes, but then his teams implode.
Wow what a game! Simeone might get banned for the final
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haha smacked that official up
He should. I have tremendous respect for what he's done with Athletico but at the same time, I also hate some of the stuff he does on the sidelines. He brings out very polarized feelings in me.
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Simeone trying to start vacation early, he is already banned from the final la liga matches.

Bayern had 33 shots, including a soft pen. Still couldn't produce. I have a feeling robben could have made a difference. Greizmann's goal also may have been marginally offside. Game of inches indeed.
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that coman sub was horrible
Missed that, what did he do?
Robben is indeed a player who could change a game at any time.

Same as me kiran,amazing what a tactician he is but he seems a bit of an asshole on the sidelines.or just amazingly passionated about the game.
Nonetheless,a fantastic athletico team.
Nah, he's just pure asshole
The guy Simeone smacked was Atleti delegate Pedro Pablo Matesanz , doubt he will get ban for that.
@shiwa
What zootednation wrote,he smacked up an official haha

Edit:sure that was an athletico delegate?looked like an cl official
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It totally looked like the official holding up the board lol.
This season has to have the worst cumulative penalty conversion rate.
Good save thought. Neur bailed that ref's ass. That was a terrible decision.
Yeah, don't mean to take it away from Neuer but the penalty from Torres wasn't all that great. Decent height right where keepers like it. Wasn't put all the way in the left of the goal either. It was left-ish of center.
Both penalties were carbon copies of awful
I was rooting for athletico to make it but was hoping at the same time that torres misses his penalty.awful decision by the ref
I don't think it was a bad decision. If you look closely, you'll see that although Martinez started sliding outside the box, he didn't make contact with Torres until he was past the line, with his second leg.
Clubs and players get fined but ref gets away doing a poor job. All the dirty tackles happened yesterday was because Clattenburg failed to control the game, calm down the players. Reluctant in dishing out yellows and reds encouraged the players to make more ridiculous challenges. Now it worries me that we have him officiating the FA Cup final.

I still don't get the logic of "its too early for yellow", "its too soft and harsh for red" making officials very inconsistent. Each yellow and red should be treated the same regardless of time and circumstances.

Ref rant ends here :)
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With the score at 1-1, Bayern now needs 2 more to go through, right? Also, no prospect of extra-time. True?
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Very true
Bayern doomed

Edit: wait, they just scored, there's still hope
Thanks! Also, 2-2 on aggregate now.
Vidal is a terrier. Doesn't give up on anything.
When you realize that Leicester won the premier league before Liverpool.
i think the weirdest one is schmeichel won it and his son won it too but liverpool still couldn't manage it O_O
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I think the weirdest one is that Leicester went down 2 divisions, won League 1, won the Championship and won the PL since Arsenal last won it.
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Sly foxes, champions league could be next.
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kiran bruhhhhhhhhhhh don't remind me XP its too depressing T_T
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haha, sorry Cloudst. I didn't register that you were an Arsenal fan posting here. I rely on the team names showing up in parenthesis far too much. lol
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fellaini's season's done. watch west ham score from corners now. sigh.

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yeah, it's inevitable. lol. if he started, people would still moan like they don't know why he was in the lineup. tbf west ham's only goal was from a set pieces and he failed to block the guy directly in front him, but it probably would have been worse if not for fellaini. and he did score the winning goal.

he should be able to make the final though, that's the only good news. although i don't recall if palace have an aerial threat besides their striker from stoke (Can't remember his name) but they scored from a throw and corner so his height will likely be needed again.
Connor Wickham from Sunderland?
whoops, yeah my bad, whickam. sunderland, stoke, tomatoe tomato Lol.
scott dann at CB has five goals this season. we should've signed him in january.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kSTAgdE21U

our triple M threat. we have some exciting young players. need to consolidate that with a few already in their prime, and we'd have a nice little machine going for future success.

hopefully in the remaining games memphis can show some improvement. he's had a few brilliant games for us, and the quality is there for all to see, but we need more consistency from him.
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Maybe when Shaw is back he'll recover his form. But honestly, it really is hard to take that LW spot away from Martial, unless either can play on the right instead. Memphis could play like Lingard and roam to CAM at times, maybe interchange with Martial now and then.
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The thing about Martial is that he is the best #7 and the best #9 - I think he plays #7 because overall it works out better for United with Rashford fitting into #9.

Depay might be a fringe player going forward. I don't think he fit into the #10 role that LvG had in mind for him earlier as well. I know he has time on his side, but real opportunities would come in the form of injuries to others IMO rather than him being a regular
All he needs is trust and opportunities given to him. Many players have bad games but still make it to the starting lineup, whilst others are dearly punished for a mistake. I don't think we'll see anything if we keep giving him 10-20 mins to impress from the bench.
My personal opinion is that Memphis should learn to play on the right in addition to being useful on the left. Martial is just too good on the left to not be there, and Rashford has some strengths in his movement as a striker that Martial lacks. Lingard and Memphis rotate on the right and left.
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#10? personally, i dont think so. LVG's always seen memphis as a forward, in the early interviews memphis was saying he was signed as a striker if you watched those. it was more of a 4-4-1-1 shape in pre-season than a 4-2-3-1 ish shape with cams. he's not really a midfielder. he's a forward and he has that quality, he just needs to show it more often.

in terms of memphis playing on the right, he needs to be more of a team player. he can use both feet, but he always wants to shoot with his right foot. he has a decent cross on him and the skill to beat a man, he should be able to play RW but it does weaken his effectiveness as he's not a creator by trade (his first instinct is to get in behind and head towards goal as opposed to come to the ball, turn and make a pass or something like most cams). it is a bit annoying that neither martial or memphis want to play RW and they are right footed forwards.
Can we just take a moment to point out that Spurs took the lead in 2 games and ended with 2 draws since their fans were gloating about winning out on our page? Irony at its finest.
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When did that even happen? I don't remember seeing that at all. If it did, probably just some gloating after beating you guys 3-0. That kind of thing doesn't happen for us every season, does it?

In any case, doubt we would've stolen it from them even if we had somehow won both those games.
lol, deny, deny deny. same old spurs, eh?
SuperSpurs how about it, you can take the top as its worthless now, and Ill eat everything else:

https://www.facebook.com/ynfathehub/photos/a.615368661833366.1073741828.516588825044684/1030324200337808/?type=3
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@Kayteo, I'm not denying anything. I'm just saying I don't remember that happening and I'm fairly active here. Maybe it did happen, and if it did it was probably only a few people. And what do you mean "same old spurs"? What else are we denying???

@StandardCritic1, that kind of thing happens all too often. There's also been much worse. For example this from not so long ago: http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/05/06/article-0-0974F7EB000005DC-193_224x423.jpg

At least with a cake, it's still edible?
^ haha of course, cheers mate

just a bit of banter
i meant 'same old spurs' because you generally find a way to throw it away near the end. banter mate
I guess that does happen to us quite often near the end of a season but I don't really think it happened this time. Even if not catching up to Leicester is considered a failure it is a far cry from some of the collapses from recent seasons. We've still only lost four games! I think that's a pretty good record. Couple more wins and it'll be a record points tally I believe.
Don't worry about it SS. Yesterday was a bit of a mental meltdown, but it doesn't really speak to your season as a whole, you guys have been consistently good, and if it weren't for Leicester we'd be talking about Spurs having a great title run. You're in the CL next season and seem to be here to stay with a young squad and a good manager. No need to defend your team across the site mate, plenty fans would gladly trade in their situation for yours I'm sure.
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@Joeymac, thanks man, and ya I have posted a lot after yesterday's match but there's just been so much negativity regarding our season not just here but on other forums as well.

I don't think anyone is going to defend how the Spurs players acted yesterday but people who didn't even watch the game are calling the team dirty or despicable or other things like that just to join in on the s**t-slinging, as if Chelsea didn't do their part last night as well.

All kinds of hyperbole are being thrown around and we are suddenly public enemy #1, for what? Just because our players lost their heads a bit in the most important game in most of their careers so far? Showed a bit too much fight but I'd rather that than them playing like they didn't care.
Getting a taste of what United fans have felt for decades haha. It was an emotional game, especially to give away a two goal lead. Not an excuse, but it is an explanation, I haven't really seen anything else like that from your side all season.
Storm Born! Leicester City!

If we can have more stories like this it may change the dynamics of "Open the wallet and win" football.

If an organized unit with "average" (on paper) players can eclipse the titans to the title, we are in a state of Revolution.

It will require some analysis, dissecting every game and all pivotal moments of their campaign to derive the How and why of their story.

Can this be repeated and if so, the cat will make good company of the pigeons.
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I doubt this can be repeated any time soon. Full credit to them, but the capitulation of Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City along with the sheer averageness of Man Utd also played a big part to pave the way for the new challengers.
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Leicester was no accident. they had a good setup prior to this season. The players came of age after one season in the PL and claudio ranieri (the original tinkerman) maximised the team to great effect.

Let us give more credit to leicester where it is due. Ranieri was sacked by chelsea years ago and mou won in his first year in charge but Ranieri was the one who really identified players like drogba and robben but didn't live to see his project mature.

If they manage to keep their core players, and also avoid injuries and suspensions there is no telling if it cannot be repeated. this puts us and the big 4 to shame.

Leicester don't really use a rigid formation especially in the final third. Okazaki, Vardy just make runs everywhere where there is space, opening up space for players like mahrez to play behind. Konte is also one of their most underrated players. he has been crucial.
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Team work over a star team anytime
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5000:1 odds, who has time machine for sale or for rent I might be interested
Actually it's not a revolution like you mean it.

Dortmund, Atletico Madrid, previously Valencia, Montpellier all won the league in their country when other big giants were investing and dominating there league like Bayern, Madrid, Barca, PSG or Lyon.

It's happening now in England. Massive credits to them though i just hope this will increase the overall level of english teams in Europe now.
Yeah, but Atletico and Dortmund both had success in the 90s, Sevilla has always been one of Spain's big clubs, and even Montpelier had a few seasons in League 1 before winning it. That's the closest story to Leicester's, everything about it is unbelievable considering the wall they had to break through in this league, not to mention that this time just one year ago they were fighting relegation.
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The thing is before this fairy tale season, we all here complained about how bad our team was, how we had to spend to get back to the top.

Ed Woodward this, Ed Woodward that. Ferigie left too soon and so forth. Arsenal, Chelsea City had their own stories.

Then out of the hat comes out Leceister and you tell me it was luck. In which year has this trophy ever Been won by luck? All big four teams capitulating at once and non of the second tier teams (Everton, Spurs, West Ham) show up to plunder the loot, rather Leceister out of nowhere.

Credit is due, and it is at least an evolution of the rules we use to scrutinise the credentials for league success.


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Marouane Fellaini and Robert Huth have been charged with violent conduct for their off-the-ball incident at Old Trafford
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Manchester City and Liverpool’s presence in the semi-finals of the Champions League and Europa League respectively means there is a possibility that five English clubs could represent England in European football’s elite competition next season
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The Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick said the team had not given up on ending the season in the top four
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Leicester City can breath a sigh of relief after Danny Drinkwater was given just the standard one-match ban for his sending off at Old Trafford
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Claudio Ranieri flies to Italy with Leicester on verge of title, is time running out for Jack Wilshere to make Euro 2016 and will Pellegrini gamble pay off in Madrid?
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Claudio Ranieri’s men found against Manchester United the resilience and never-say-die spirit that has summed up Leicester’s season
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Manchester United’s board have no wish to sack Louis van Gaal but may be forced into doing so, and 1-1 draw against Leicester did not help his case with José Mourinho hovering in background
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Louis van Gaal has said that Robert Huth’s hair-pull on Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini was an act that is acceptable only in ‘sex masochism’
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Wes Morgan cancelled out Anthony Martial’s early strike but Leicester could not go on to beat Manchester United and secure the three points they needed to win the title
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While Manchester United remain uncertain about appointing José Mourinho even if Louis van Gaal is sacked
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Minute-by-minute report: Leicester City came from behind to move a point closer to the Premier League title, but will have to wait at least another day before clinching it
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There could hardly be a better place for Peter Schmeichel’s son to finally emulate him than at the stadium where his illustrious father made his name
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Leicester City can become Premier League champions with victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford and if successful Claudio Ranieri’s side will lift the club’s first ever top-flight title
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An upbeat Claudio Ranieri said his team must stay hungry before their potentially decisive Premier League match against Manchester United
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Leicester’s two Manchester United discards can win the title against their old club on Sunday and complete a remarkable, at times troubled, journey to the top
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The former Manchester United striker spearheaded an unlikely push for the first Premier League title with a pre-Christmas goal rush that included a piece of outside-of-the-foot deliciousness
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Leicester can win the league in style at Old Trafford, Manchester City should go for second place and Alan Pardew can hurt his old club Newcastle
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The Football Association has confirmed Mark Clattenburg will officiate this season’s FA Cup final at Wembley
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