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Two goals I really think you guys should watch: the crucial 1-1 in Club Brugge-Kobenhavn scored by a former Culé, Victor Vázquez, who has been the Xavi of my Belgian club for three years straight:

http://sporza.be/cm/sporza/videozone/sporten/voetbal/EuropaLeague/MV_141023-el-clu-kop-vazquez-goal

And then Lamela's impossible goal:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFuQxGS_BZc

VV has been extraordinary for Brugge for a long time now. I of course hope he stays for three more years, but I would be happy if he finally gets his chance at the top too. He's a great playmaker, a true graduate from La Masia and deserves to taste of the top clubs in the world one day. Back in the academy days, it was Cesc, Messi and him who were dubbed the biggest talents, but he was plagued by injuries while Cesc and Leo have been fortunate to remain healthy in their adult playing years.
Wtf Lamela !!!! Can't understand on how that shoot generated so much power
I can't watch the VV goal cuz of restrictions.

Lamela... WOW.
Lamela wow . Goal of the year!!!
Watching extended highlights of the Atletico game, and Koke is on fire for the third season running. Really hope Atletico can hold on to him, he's probably the biggest young talent Spain has.
Koke was debatably the best performer in La Liga last year, and definitly the best play on Atletico last season side. He is Spain's future...especially with THiago getting injured consistently
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Yeah, Koke was brilliant once again. If we couldn't get Rakitic, I really hoped we'd get him. In fact, the combination of Rakitic-Koke, could be a new Xavi-Iniesta partnership if Koke wound up here. But we've got guys like Rafinha, Roberto and Samper who all could be pivotal players for us one day.
Rakitic-Koke? Stop being greedy Jeroen! Give the other teams a chance! :P
Official: Man United have offered former Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes (32) to complete his rehabilitation from a knee injury in Manchester

Valdes is already in Manchester. He will sign a contract at Man United if he passes the medical tests he will undergo in coming days. [md]

Man United goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek, who worked with Valdes at Barcelona, has been decisive in United's move for the goalkeeper. [md]

Damn !!! I don't want him to be a backup GK :/ I don't think LVG will drop DDG for VV :(
+1
Well I'm really, really happy for him. He doesn't deserve to be anyone's backup, but trust me he won't be for long. When Valdes is fully fit again teams will come knocking.

For now, having a contract with a great club like United is the best case scenario. It'll keep him visible and of course help him get back to his best.
+1
Lol,are you really gonna believe he is going to be back up goal keeper.trust me,he is far better goal keeper than de gea and if his injuries don't get any impact on his performance,he would be Manchester number one goal keeper..
@tanmay , i agree with your point but that will be only valid if the contract united offered his is for a season , that will be best scenario for him

@4ever , have you said this during first year after De ge moved to united i would had agreed but fact is that since that year de gea have settled quite well at united and is developing nicely , even if i assume that at current stage Valdes is better then de gea but i don't see LVG or any clever manager putting halt to De gea development just because he have a keeper that is arguably better then him
Well clubs like Liverpool say will pay to have him on their team don't you think? United will probably give him a slightly longer contract and could stand to make a neat little profit :)
@Malik,I said it only if they would give longer contract.de gea is one of the world best shot stopper,but he has his flaws like his distribution and reading game need to be way much sharper.may be he would solves these things by getting older,but at the moment,he can't be replace a fully fit Valdes.but still don't know,what are the impacts he is having from that terrible injury..
De Gea's distribution is actually easily one his best assets.
VV is a great goalkeeper, but DDG is quickly turning into one of the very best GKs in the world and I don't see any manager picking Valdes over him anymore.

I agree with Tanmay on this one, I think it's a good move both for the club and the player.
+3
Such a sweet gesture from LVG, huge respect.. A fit VV can challenge the starting spot of any keeper.

I wish all the best luck to VV.. Good times!
@badge,i might wrong,but I had read somewhere that his ball distribution was seventh top among 20.in that case,I wouldn't say it a great feat since esp la liga and bundes liga having better gk than Epl.I know he is great but I still considering the experience of Valdes more.we can't say a 32 year old gk is shadow of previousself because most great gks are thrived after they turned 30.
this makes me nervous because de gea has less than 2 years left on contract. we shouldnt be signing any keeper until de gea resigns imo.
Yeah, happy for VV, but there is no way De Gea, who definitely is one of the world's 10 best goalkeepers, will now become second choice.
Hari,

Found the article.
http://futbol.as.com/futbol/2013/08/05/primera/1375701937_027811.html

Neymars father said he gained close to 7 kg. impressive.

On that note im going to buy some chicken
+2
Yup, but he still needs to gain 7 more kgs of muscle mass
^fair,more chickens then:)
That's a picture you don't see often these days lol:
Check out @102greatgoals's Tweet: https://twitter.com/102greatgoals/status/469550375138496512?s=09

That was before mou sold his soul to the devil ;)
+1
I still think he likes Barcelona & what he did during his tenure at Madrid was in revenge of rejecting him in favor of a non proven manager
+1
Sooooooooo, are we ready to play this Real Madrid? Is Suarez ready to start? I am so hyped for this El Clasico!!!! :D
+2
I have been saying this for a bit but i dont think suarez will start this weekend....I mean everybody (including me) wants him to start but in reality is he gonna be fit enough? will he immediately fit the new philosophy of the new team he's playing for?... will he even have good chemistry with neymar and messi upfront (do you guys remember how long it took for neymar to adapt to playing with barca)?...

being completely realistic he will probably come on as a sub in the second half. specially with such and important game for the league and its probably whats best for the team as well.
I would rather have an unfit Suarez who has 0 chemistry than Pedro. Pedro has been almost useless for us. He needs to pick up his game. I also don't want munir or Sandro starting for obvious reasons.
I don't know if you guys have noticed it but snadro have added something different to this team when ever he got subbed in , as soon as he enters pitch our attackers start having more space to work with and he have done quite good to provide a target upfront , perhaps its because he usually enter the pitch when opposition defense in already tired ? but one thing is certain this guy for me is turning out to be a perfect Plan B option which many have called for years now .

As for classico , certain thing is that neither of defense is gonna come out with clean sheet , believe it or not but yesterday Liverpool were threatening at time and they might have scored if sturridge was playing , we need to control the midfield and breakup their play quickly before it reach our penalty area .

Not sure many will agree with this but i will like to see this line up

Bravo

Pique - Matheiu - Alba

alves - Masc - Busi
rakitick -iniesta
messi - neymar

With out wingers going more narrower , out full backs has been playing more like a winger in Enrique system , though it provide more option up front but my problem is that having either of fullbacks this far up can prove disastrous vs guys like ronaldo and james , so with out disturbing this set patren we can have both masch and busi to go out wide to defend .
Does anyone have xbox one lol? My gamertag is LeoMessiOwnz19 haha obviously made a while ago. I cant find any opponents on seasons.
Ps preferably aussies not being racist lol just for connection purposes
xbox? ewww!
Gary Lineker tweeted this during the match .

" We might have to stop pretending that the Premier League's the strongest in the world. Most entertaining it may be, but La Liga is stronger."

" And it's not just Real Madrid and Barca. Other Spanish teams have won have won the Europa League 6 out of the last 10 years."

First thing EPL fan boys replyed with was that only barcelona and both madrid teams are better and rest of teams are pub level teams & off course they didn't forgot to bring the unfair distribution of tv rights . I just love the ignorance of EPL fan boys , they don't know s**t about Laliga yet love to express their opinion at every possible chance , funny stuff is that this pub level teams are doing much better with their less revenue then most of EPL teams with fair revenue from Tv deals .
+4
Let them be. They'd be crushed if they gave in to the idea of their league not being superior to all the rest. A little over a year ago, I would have also said the Bundesliga was better. The PL spends like ten times more money than any other league and they're still not the best. Talk about inefficiency.

That said, the ones in charge there do realize it and have been picking the best players and some of the best coaches from Spanish teams away for a good while now. The fans may choose to remain ignorant to the Spanish dominance, most of the presidents and coaches there are not. Some of their clubs have also come to realize the core of the problem is their poor academies and ancient vision on football. I think that the big clubs who are investing in new methods of teaching their talents and a general better focus on their youth teams will reap the benefits in the long term.
+3
Lol,they will write off this result as a one off and still pretend that Real and Barca will struggle to cope up with their "fast paced" style of football. Let them say what they want. Results are there for all to see.
People confuse quality and entertainment La Liga is a stronger league by far but the EPL is more entertaining.
+4
^ What we find entertatining is a matter of context. The best game ever in the Japanese football league will not be too entertaining for me because of lack of context.

Try following Valencia, Athletic, Sociedad, Sevilla and Villarreal; and the fighting minnows Levante, Celta, Deportivo and Rayo Vallecano for a year and then tell me you don't find La Liga entertaining.
+5
Certainly in broadcasting ways,epl is much enjoyable.but if you want real football,try following la liga regularly or if you want extreme attacking football,follow bundes liga as well..
EPL hasn't been regarded as stronger than La Liga in a while, since Ronaldo came into the league. People confuse the term "better" as it could be in reference to entertainment and other sorts. People have their own tastes and preference, but EPL is widely more entertaining due to the competition and publicity. Still, La Liga is obviously stronger in terms of football, only Chelsea could have a say.
I guess I should rephrase both leagues are entertaining for different reasons I personally prefer the BPL but that's just my opinion, in terms of which league is stronger La Liga wins no contest!
+1
I still disagree with La liga undoubtedly being stronger then EPL, with teams other then RM, Barca and AM. Dont think Europa league is a fair example since most EPL teams competing in the Europa dont take it as seriously as the Spanish sides, , they usually rest key players and focus primarily on the epl especially due to the Thursday match days.
Lol what I find funny avout the epl is the way they all throw money around for average players and how they seem to do little or no research on players or think about how they will fit into the team. You see whenever liverpool show interest in a player both tottenham and chelsea are lining up to sign them as well. I know rodgers rushed into buying balotelli because of the name and the talent but he really doesnt suit liverpools style. Its kind of a joke on him because remy or even etoo probably would have been a lot better. But in all honesty as a liverpool fan I cant say that chelsea or man city would have been out played in the same manner as liverpool were today, we are a shadow of last years team
+1
yeah it's becoming a bit of a joke, english teams getting their asses kicked, or otherwise being massive disappointments, all over europe, except for chelsea.

the gap isn't due to technical qualities, that's for sure. the players at arsenal, city chelsea man utd etc are as good as you would find anywhere that's not barca bayern real madrid and maybe psg. but the playing style isn't reaping rewards and possibly the balance in the team isn't there except for with chelsea. maybe it's the coaching and style of football, because it doesn't really make sense to me otherwise.
+1
I honestly think Sevilla, Valencia, Atletico Madrid could all compete for top 3 spots if placed in BPL. Last year's Atletico would easily top the league. The thing about the BPL is besides teams like Chelsea, City, and Arsenal the rest of the league is all full of average or below average foreign players who rely on pace and strength. In terms of individual player technical ability the BPL doesn't come close to La liga. La liga actually has a lot of Spanish players in the league that developed through youth systems.

I feel like every year top BPL teams who have money just buy out the best Spanish players in La liga from our smaller teams and claim them, when in reality they were raised and developed in Spain and Catalonia
+2
Someone just said that EPL teams don't take Europa serious..hmm the things I have to say to that would probably get me banned from footytube so I'm just gonna kindly say, I disagree with you.
+1
^ There is some truth to it. IF you win the Europa league you make around 7-10 million euros in total cash including TV payments. That's a good amount of money but the financial repercussions are tremendous for bigger clubs. They would end up paying a lot of money in player bonuses because most top players have such deals written in to their contracts. Even clubs like Everton would rather try to get the Champions league spot than win Europa league because just by participating in UCL you end up making 20-30 million euros. This is also the reason why most big clubs pretend to try to win the League Cup but would rather lose early so that their players are fresh, protect them from unnecessary injuries and avoid paying bonuses.

UEFA is going to reward Europa league winners with a Champions league spot from 2015 on wards which will increase the competition for that trophy.

But that doesn't mean english sides have been losing in the Europa league because they don't care at all. Spain has more quality players throughout the league than English football. If Serie A made their league more glamorous to the average football fan they would make more money and be able to beat English teams too.

English football is all about speed. Even after buying top talent from around the world, they modify them to play shock and awe football. Defense in BPL is non existent. BPL fans think they consistently have the most goals goals scored in any of the top leagues in Europe because they have more quality attackers whereas I think its because its much easier to work your way around defenders who are charging at you like raging bulls. That is why most players from Spain become overnight superstars in England.
+2
So they don't pay attention to Europa league because CL is better... but they don't get the CL spot either! Lol it seems like a fail strategy to me.
+1
No one here cares about Europa, that's true. Not enough money and prestige in it to attract most clubs. I don't even watch the Europa games and the England sh sides in it rest key men for the weekend until maybe the deeper knockout stages.

Sevilla and valencia on their day would be a challenge for any team but they don't have the depth to land top 3 in EPL while competing in CL/EL, fa cup and Carling cup. Just look at all the injuries piling up for the English top sides ATM and remember no winter break in england, there will will be times those teams will play a game every 2-3 days for weeks in the winter. Utd had a Sunday Tuesday turnaround already, these schedules are brutal.

also as lvg is learning, you cant just play flair players all the time, you need a balance of ability but also physicality. he took herrera off for fellaini and that changed the game for us against west brom.
Yea malik take it easy 1 or 2 people out of 100 might have that opinion. No need to make silly generalizations
its obvious la liga has better teams, i haven't seen many people say otherwise. But its also obvious that premier league is much much more entertaining.
I live in australia and on paid tv they show 1 or 2 la liga games per week. But they show all premier league games. I wonder why.

Entertainment is a matter of opinion, i agree, but if it was a matter majority votes win, then epl would win that by a long shot.

Also leagues go through peaks and troughs. There was a period in the mid 2000s when english teams were consistently making finals of CLS and beatin the likes of madrid, barca etc


finally Rajmahal , wonder what took you so long . Now before i replay to anything just reread what i posted , in my first sentence i used words fanboys and even mention about epl fans that don't follow laliga yet love to form a opinion about them , i'm pretty sure i did enough to point out that post was targeting a group of EPL follower which in case unfortunately is quite huge .

Now for being more competitive , funny thing is that last season their was point when both lailga and EPL table looked pretty identical in terms of points , also i like point of a fact that usually in most of EPL season by November a pretty clear picture of 2 teams that are gonna contest the crown till end emerges .

I do understand the fact that EPL is by far most entertaining league but don't agree with argument that its entertaining because its more competitive , only reason which is keeping EPL afloat in entertainment sea is the English , which is by far the most spoken and understood language , Rajmahal gave eg of Australia and i wonder what if Spanish or German was the main languae in place of english , its preety obvious that leadues would have been more popular and entertaining .

I live in Middle east , TBH people here have take little bit more time to accept English language then rest of world and not surprisingly Spanish , German and even dying teams of Italy still commands quite popularity in gulf region , EPL is growing here but still it cant come near Spanish and seria A .

Now to end this , here is a limited type of bar which will make it easier for us to understand and agree .


Laliga teams quality difference

Bottom -------------------------------------------- Top

Epl teams quality difference

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P.s - @rajmahal , its not 1-2 persons out of 100 , its probably 80 out of 100 , it seems you don't know your fellow EPL supporters
+2
80/100? Lol come on man. Stop kidding yourself. It doesn't take a genius to kno that rm, barca and atleti are above all premier league teams.

La liga is better
epl is more entertaining

That's not my single opinion. Thats the opinion of the world.
@raj,its closely related to how you follow football.a typical Epl fan from my native told me,la liga is so boring because of muted commentary,low quality broadcasting and poor stadium when I had discussion abou the quality of leagues.so in that sense,he is right,it's hard to watch a la liga game if you are a regular follower of epl or bundes.but as I said earlier,if you take sole quality of football is the scale of entertainment,then la liga is the most entertaining league in the world..
@rajmahal , you really don't know your fellow EPL fans , lets drop that .

And I do agree Laliga is better in quality and EPL is more entertaining , but competitiveness is not one or at least major reason for that entertainment
Isco: what a player.He supposed to play cam yet he took defensive duties today and managed it quite brilliantly.I hope Carlo keep not pick him in favor of James,which eventually make him lost his patience and leave capital.I see him end up here and I hope it could be a true words..
+2
I honestly wished we would have gotten him, and we probably would have had Thiago Alcantara not left us like he did.
What does Isco have to do with Thiago? If anything it would have increased the chances of Thiago's departure since we would have Xavi, Iniesta, Cesc and Isco in his position.
There are lots of good players out there. We can't go around buying all of them. We aren't Real Madrid.
+1
La Liga for the WORLD!

http://www1.thesportbible.com/images/content/630w/544812fa3341b.jpg
+2
Gary Lineker is one of the few who often speaks the unclouded truth. I'm not sure if his period as a Barça player has anything to do with that, but he's not one of those narrow-minded fans who only ever watch English football and then say the other leagues suck.

The joke is that a majority of PL fans are still adamant their league is the highest level and that players who aren't built like a tank can't do well there, even though ALL players who come from La Liga do amazingly well there.
I second that Jeroen , he is one of the few English analyst which can be taken seriously and ya you're damn right that's because of time he spend at Barcelona ;)
never gets old this one
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yX_1gJ_51M
But still, barca and real will struggle against the likes of stoke :P


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19
7
8
15
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6
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18
21
9
30
2
0
6
8
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17
10
7
17
1
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5
8
4
17
7
7
14
1
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12
2
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11
13
1
4
3
8
7
12
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8
7
2
3
3
8
8
11
-1
12
11
3
2
3
8
9
10
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12
6
4
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3
8
10
9
-1
10
9
3
3
2
8
11
9
-2
10
8
3
3
2
8
12
9
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9
7
3
3
2
8
13
8
-7
12
5
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2
2
8
14
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19
11
5
1
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8
15
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16
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17
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7
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19
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20
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4
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0
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6
0
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0
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7
0
0
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0
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8
0
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9
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0
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10
0
0
0
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0
0
0
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11
0
0
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0
0
0
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12
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
13
0
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0
0
0
0
0
14
0
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17
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19
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0
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20
0
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4
6
1
0
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3
2
2
-2
5
3
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3
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3
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