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Sergio Ramos, "Real Madrid are God's team!"

Sorry bro. That title was taken 5 years ago.
Hahahahahahaha oh wow...now imagine if Xavi said that.
+3
First of all, were does the exclamation mark come from? He seemed pretty cool, calm and collected when he said it.

Second, you have to contextualize the remarks.

He was being asked if he was concerned that San Lorenzo was the Pope's team and if he was worried of 'divine intervention'.

So he said that San Lorenzo might be the Pope's team but Real Madrid was God's team. I think he was just trying to be clever and funny.

Valient effort, though.
+4
Just face it, when your players and managers talks it's all understandable but when our players and managers talk, it's the end of the world.
+6
Unfortunately ,the God lives in Catalonia:-)
I wonder if Madrid fans try to contextualize what Barcelona players and personals says .
+1
Thank you Eric Abidal!
+1
:-(
that's two French legends in a week
There are rumours he might join us as a youth coach shortly! I really hope there's truth in that, it would be wonderful to see him reunited with his old friends here.
+1
Was never a big fan of abidal, but he grew on me for sure. After his diving ground header defensive move (hope you guys remember what I'm talking about) I noticed how much he balanced out dani alves and how detrimental he was for our golden boys.

I miss watching adriano play :(

Anyways, abidal will be remembered for giving his heart to the club
+1
I loved Abidal since day 1! He's one of the sweetest footballers ever!
+1
King Eric, he was truly the thing that made our backline complete. He will always be remembered for his incredible fight back from cancer to lift us the CL trophy in 2011
^I really want to cry after reading your comment.. I was already emotional about his retirement. :(

Eric!!!! WE LOVE YOU!!!
@Che: Lol, I think you misused 'detrimental' there. Neither Abi nor Alves were detrimental at all a few years ago; both were big assets for the team together.
@che , there you go

https://vine.co/v/MT6tBttDW5z
Schweinsteiger with nice goak from Free kick , good to see him back
Lol so now Martin Odegaard is at Barcelona probably for trial with us , just recently he was at Madrid , Liverpool & Munich training facilities , he had a talk with arsenal too , united is also interested in him .
I hope for the kids sake he ends up a good player because the hype around him right now is ridiculous
he is riding a football mery-go-round at the moment.
Nothing to be serious about. If he delivers for the next 3-4 years then he will be a hit.
I've seen some of his highlight reels; he's not as great as people say he is. Impressive dribbling, but inaccurate passing and shooting, not a lot of vision either. When I saw Messi, Hazard, Götze and even several of our current youngsters play at his age (17), I was more impressed. For him to have the label as the biggest upcoming talent, I haven't been convinced at all yet.
Think he was a really great player for his age at 15 when he became famous, but now it seems like the rest of the footballers caught up. His clips seem okay, but I've seen a lot similar.
I was starting to think our contract had run out. But #UEFALONA strikes again for us! El Clasico has been moved 1 day to help us rest between our CL games.
I though it was a life long contract ? I think FIFA is punishing us for not wiring payments on time .

Anyways , I don't understand why you Barcelona twats are whining about the schedule, don't you know that Madrid will be also facing Almighty Schalke
So there's a rumour circulating (again) that Arsenal want Pedro for €30-35m. Would you guys take it? I love Pedrito, but this season (apart from the last two games) he's been underwhelming. He's 27 now and a €30m+ bid for him when we have the luxurious attack we have now would be great. I think we should take it. It may be a welcome extra revenue for the club (to pay Vermaelen's doctor's bills :P) and for Pedro it might be the best career move too. Reuniting with Alexis and possibly being a star for Arsenal would make me happy for him.

Your thoughts?
If he can't regain his form with limited min he is getting then 30M will be a good deal , we also have to consider that next season Tarore will be promoted to first team and Gerard will be back from Loan , also with munir in mix it won't be a bad idea to let Pedro leave .
We should trade him for that one guy that's winning them games. That Chilean.
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What if any of trinity got injured for a while,these youngsters not yet ready for regular starting line up except tello.only time will tell whether this could be success,but it would be very sad to see him leave here..
Sure they're ready to fill in just one spot. Pedro has been worse than most of them this season...
+1
I agree with Jeroen on this one , Pedro is been quite poor ( though slowly he is starting to regain his form ) , if he is sold I think , tarore , Gerard and munir will do enough to do cover up and develop .

Also for some reason , I don't feel comfortable with sending our players on loan :/ I would like to see Gerard and tarore getting good amount of min next season with us & munir should stay with B team while getting periodic min's for first team
+1
IMO experience does matters.His linking between Messi is excellent and he was nowhere near as bad as when the season started,regaining form now.Anyway am certain,we can cope well without him,but still seeing golden generation leaving one on another or going leave make me sad.
+5
Sell him, quick.
Barcelona are not a seller club by any means, but he should have been sold instead of Alexis Sanchèz.
+1
I would rather we hold on to Pedro at least until the season ends. I don't trust our youngsters to be able to play game in game out if our front 3 get injured, and Pedro has shown that he still links up with Messi really well.

Of course if Pedro continues playing poorly and at least one of our youngsters show anything to make us believe they can perform consistently, then that's fine. Munir really needs to pick up his game if I'm going to accept him as our first choice backup. I'm sure I am not the only one who wants Munir to go out on loan to gain some experience. Sandro I think has actually been better than Pedro and Munir, but he seems to be lower on the pecking order for unknown reasons so that doesnt matter.
The way I see it, there really are only two realistic scenarios:
1) Sell Pedro
2) Lose several youngsters (pick at least two from these: Sandro, Munir, Adama Traoré, Deulofeu) because they won't see a future for themselves here.

Losing those kids will get us next to nothing. Losing Pedro could fetch us €30m or more... I'd love to keep Pedro because he's been with us in all these great years and he's a great guy, but not at the cost of losing possibly several potential world class players for free. Probably to Arsenal as well -.-
+3
How was Sánchez sold and Pedro not? I guess Pedro was gonna be happier with a secondary role. As much as it pains me to say this because of all that Pedro has given us... sell him. He deserves it and he won't make our starting 11
We can't afford to lose Pedro with the transfer ban. If any of our fwds get injured who will play? Munir?
^
Munir
Deulofeu
Sandro
Traore
Mistake by the goalie but still a great goal!
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152890513992999&video_source=pages_finch_main_video
+1
I wanna talk about the Huesca game but the most exciting part of the game which was the energy the youngsters brought. I think what scholes said recently is correct we had this energy before this sense of urgency when we lost possession of the ball. The urgency was there but the sharpness in passing was not. I can only hope we can go back to our 2009-2011 age.

Traore: http://www.barcablaugranes.com/2014/12/17/7407893/barcelona-huesca-adama-post-match-interview

some talk that after his goal he deserves to be a first team squad I agree he is quality but think this through look at what happened to Munir? Bojan? they were all brought up too early and now fall behind out main strike force MSN. and you could use him on the wings but how good is he at retaining possession? if you watch the b team you would know traore's talents lie in his shots, speed and strenght but thats more of what we need up front. Munir is now 5th choice striker and unfortunately for him since he hasnt gotten much playing time he is rusty. IMO he shouldve stayed in the B team a bit longer to keep developing but theres a trend in barcelona to rush talent because we think we can produce a messi/iniesta/xavi/cesc era that easily. we need to be patient and let our youth develop traore can become a great player with the right development.

I was very impressed by montoya yesterday too and even more when douglas played because when i saw douglas play I only saw an Average RB at best. I really hope the club doesnt forget we cant sign any players next 2 windows and consider apologizing to montoya with ice scream on top.
+4
You're talking as if Munir is like 27 years old. The kid is still learning his football. We brought him to the first time and it didn't work out. I'm sure he will go back to Barca B or go out on loan. He still has immense talent and lots of potential it's just his confidence and his frustration let's him down. But I have no doubt in my mind he will be successful.
+1
I think a loan spell would do him some good. He'll get more experience by playing every week.
Exactly, I mean keeping him in Spain and then calling him back shouldn't be a problem in terms of him adjusting to the team. A smaller team where he can be a regular starter would be nice.
Munir would be doing so much better I bet if he wasn't constantly compared to Messi when he first began making his name.
+2
A loan spell would be great but I would like a team who can guarantee him playing time and needs his talent to prove it maybe liverpool right now or westham who are doing really well in the PL. I would be happy with him getting regular playing time because we have this tendency to rush players and never reach their full potential. I was one of the people saying Bojan was gonna be great...now im a disappointed he didnt reach what I know he could have when he was 17 back with us. I blame the Barca sporting director and his staff...

I hope Puyol is learning what NOT to do from Zubi
Goals aren't everything, look at the assist Munir did on Pedro's first goal, that was Messiesque. While he hasn't been scoring prolifically as we kind of expected, he is still making good plays/assists. I agree that too much pressure might rather hurt his development. I do however, think if we get him and Sandro regularly for the last 25 minutes of games where we have good leads , it might help them more than if we send them away, just my opinion.
We have such high expectations from our youth after our golden era, its gotta weigh on our youth system. We have to be patient because we have so much talent that is just right there... we don't need to rush them so much.

We do have to give them chances though, I would love to see them play now so that they start getting ready for when the season gets tough after the winter break.
+2
Everything Henry has done in Barca colours..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_iUjOWuUc8


Embed please.. Legend will be missed by football..
+1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XResjto7heI

I will miss him so much in futbol!! He gave us everything!!!! I love him, one of my all time favorites. Baffled he isn't getting more attention!
His awesome finishers will be missed.. He used to finish like Fifa's finesse shot!:(
Remember his finesse shot vs Madrid off a Messi pass in that 6-2 win?
+2
^Yeah totally!! :')... That was love!!
Its off topic but some interesting artwork depicting the condition of our society.

http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/12/15/disturbing-but-amazing-pictures-expose-the-absurdities-of-modern-culture-warning-graphic-images/

Spoiler alert! Cristiano is in this one.
+2
Inbf fanboys attack :P
Saw this on my facebook haha Super on point.


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D
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39
42
13
55
2
0
13
15
1
35
29
7
36
2
2
11
15
2
32
14
13
27
3
2
10
15
3
30
8
17
25
3
3
9
15
4
28
15
13
28
3
4
8
15
5
27
10
14
24
4
3
8
15
6
27
4
14
18
4
3
8
15
7
20
-1
18
17
6
5
5
16
8
20
-2
21
19
5
5
5
15
9
19
-3
16
13
6
4
5
15
10
17
-6
23
17
6
5
4
15
11
17
-12
28
16
8
2
5
15
12
16
-8
19
11
7
4
4
15
13
14
-5
21
16
7
5
3
15
14
14
-18
29
11
7
5
3
15
15
13
-11
24
13
9
4
3
16
16
13
-11
24
13
8
4
3
15
17
12
-16
25
9
7
6
2
15
18
11
-11
22
11
6
8
1
15
19
10
-18
30
12
9
4
2
15
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

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15
10
5
15
1
0
5
6
1
13
3
7
10
1
1
4
6
2
5
-2
10
8
3
2
1
6
3
1
-11
12
1
5
1
0
6
4

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