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Sorry for bringing up it again,this is kinda funny ,

One mod posted a video in premier forum ,in related with pep sarcastically applauding to some of the persons in the bench.Then suddenly all warriors come up from no where and talking about how average he being as a coach and how lucky he is to manage barca n bayern.Lol,what has this video to do with whether he is average or not,some people are really salty and now i realize how much pain pep n his team gave to these poor souls:)
Soooooo Iniesta will not be available tomorrow vs Valencia. Xavi deservedly so should be in the starting lineup for us.
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Valencia is also struggling with some injuries, don't think you should be too worried.

Here's to a 2-1 Valencia win! :P
Valencia wins, Im coming to your house m8 xD
Valencia gonna park the bus
Suarez needs to chomp a hole in that bus then
https://twitter.com/Barcasister/status/587592642868940800

Puyol baby-sitting Pique, as always!
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LOL if there was little bit more age difference between Pique and puyol , he would have adopted pique ;)
I love our players' work rates this season (minus a couple hiccups). I posted a video of Messi tracking back and stopping a goal scoring opportunity. I came across this stat:

"Balls won back This season: Messi 132, Neymar 117 (9 to 12 games left!!!) Last season: Messi 62, Neymar 82 @BarcaStat"

Especially with the addition of Suarez, our front 3 aren't just there score goals but also help us out tremendous in MF and tracking back to help our defenders.

The next 2 weeks are make or break games for us.. we need to win out and hope Madrid drop points before our game against Atleti!

MSN is also 10 goals away from breaking the Henry-Eto-Messi record of 100 goals.
"Won back" as in intercepted and taken control of? Because those numbers seem too high
@Andre

Exactly!
Suarez is a true team player. I actually love watching what he does off the ball As well. I watched him a lot last year. He never gave defenders a moment of peace. Always pressing, looking for a mistake or looking to force a mistake. This aggression and pressing carries on to the rest of the team.
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what a dick pep is !!

Dr Müller's resignation was provoked after an argument with Karl-Heinz Rummenigge over Ribery's Injury after the Porto game [SportBild]

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2015/apr/17/pep-guardiola-bayern-munich-doctor

" I respect Müller-Wohlfahrt’s decision and that is all I can say. When a player is injured then it is not the fault of the doctor. Injured is injured. We could have lost against Porto even if we had had the injured players available. No one can guarantee that we would have won with our best XI.

“We lost because of Pep, as simple as that. When we lose it is my fault. Not someone from the board or the medical team. It is my fault and my fault only.”
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No no, listen to DaGaza. Pep is a pathetic dick that needs to go into early retirement. You're just blinded by your undying love for the man, otherwise you'd see him for the scum of the earth that he is!
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i still cant believe someone blamed the medical team
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Drogba,

People aren't 100% reasonable when they're arguing. If Rummenigge feels that it was partially Mullers fault that so many players were injured, and that it was partially due to these missing players that Bayern lost, then you can imagine that he'd place some of the blame on the feet of the doctor.
It's funny to see people are jumping onto conclusion on the basis slightest rumours .I thought about replying it,then decided to wait until the news confirmed.pep too made a mistake by applauding infront of him,but that's sometimes happen inthe middle of play especially if you are losing all important players in very important time.let's think about it if messi,neymar,alba,busi,iniesta getting injured on same time,we would definitely start to blame doctors ,imo doctor shouldNot left his club behind in the middle of season if he is that loyal yo club..
It's hilarious how quickly people jump ship to try and tarnish our reputation and anything attached to Barcelona.
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St1or, are you surprised? These are the same people that wanted a ban for Messi for swearing hahaha
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It's ridiculous.. everyone who said that about Pep must feel pretty stupid just about now.
@Stor, unfortunately we, Barca fans, here have to deal with that type of people you are always trying to avoid contact at work or neighborhood. I know It's simply impossible, but I was thinking about having mods the power to silence all those non sense discussions, then I recalled that even some mods are not better than those who bring up those "valid arguments"...
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^ ditto,some of mods are no better.Now in coming days you can see rm fans are complaining about how cules stalked their holy forum,lol..
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St1or,

I'm afraid that might be giving them too much credit.
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if he was the one who accused the doc he is a dick... if he wasn't then good on him, he isn't and the guy who did is.... all these feels on this forum for a subject that has nothing to do with your club lol

By the way... there is nothing there that says Pep doesn't have a problem with the medical staff, nor did he himself even defend his relationship with the staff. There is however, a clear video of him clapping sarcastically to his staff when Benatia got injured. But i wont say nothing else since this bayern problem affects barcelona so much lol
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DaGaza,

What does Pep have to do with Real? You're the one who jumped at the chance to criticize him, and ended up looking like an idiot in hindsight. And now you go around saying we shouldn't mention your idiocy cause it doesn't have anything to do with Barcelona? What kind of logic is that? The only one coming across like a dick here is you. Instead of accept that you were way off base, you're just digging yourself deeper.

Oh, and by the way, Pep was clapping at Sammer, not the medical staff. Not that it matters, seeing how little you let facts get in the way of your narrative.

lol

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St1or,

See, I told you. Expecting some people to own up to their behavior is simply expecting too much. Case in point, DaGaza.
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Ok forget Pep for a moment and tell me that doctors these days are not thoroughly incompetent. Can you really say that? That's an entire profession; scratch that, industry that is poor beyond belief these days. Many can't even seem to get their diagnoses right at all. And you're telling me that Pep is to be blamed for it? If anything I agree with what was thought he said. I do not agree that it is not the doctor's fault the player got injured. As a medical professional, you can't even tell what will cause an injury? Wow, then what's the point of hiring you? That is the ultimate position I take. No one ever holds a doctor accountable anymore, and that is something that happens around the world, not just in football. The only time anyone ever takes notice is when someone dies. What a brilliant profession eh?

Edit: By the way, if someone is not performing, then what's wrong with getting rid of him? A person who is a long serving member deserves special treatment? Why? On what basis? If you're not good enough, you get lost, that's the simple truth of life. I understand that idealists think differently, they believe in loyalty. Realists, on the other hand, would get rid of an underperforming long-term member if that member underperforms.
At first I also thought pep sarcastically clapped the medical staff , but from still pictures it turned he was upset with non response to attend Benatia who was injured

Dagaza , you're developing reading issues

Guardiola was also forced to comment on a Vine that circulated on Thursday night, from the recent game against Bayer Leverkusen, claiming to show the Spaniard sarcastically applauding Müller-Wohlfahrt after a Bayern player had got injured.

“That was just me being disappointed. It had nothing to do with Müller-Wohlfahrt,” he
said"

Yup and Dagaza I don't know if this is so difficult to understand but pep is one of the Barcelona most important member and part of history , any false accusation or calling him " dick " will provoke a response & I'm sure Madrid fans won't love me if I post something like " Raul is such a dick " even though he isn't associated with Madrid anymore
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@Malik

That was exactly my point, too. They expect us not to comment on their posts about calling our club legend a dick. As if it's not a "Barcelona" issue. uhh.. it's more a Barcelona issue than it is a Madrid issue.
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Do you all just not have enough drama in your real lives? This is such a non-issue; it would be funny if it weren't such an odd think to get caught up on

Oh, and...ahem...MODS SUCK!
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Also, cut out the personal attacks
My girlfriend and I are in a really good stage right now where all we do is have fun so not enough drama :(
Kgb112,

If mods nip inflammatory non issues in the bud, then you wouldn't have to deal with this. Expecting fans to let unfounded witch-hunts against a club legend lie is unrealistic to say the least. No eating cakes and having them too.
@kgb,
I dont see you are digging in premier forum where the same bs spread by another mod,thats where you supposed to be more active,arent you?
PSG really didn't have a very good flow, just when you would think they would get something going it ended. Really sad and disappointing to see a player like Cavani be so mild, the only thing he really did for the game was give Ter Stegen a save for the magazine cover. Too bad this match was missing those few spark players that make them such a threat, Ibra and veratti will hopefully make us try and see at least how this team managed to get to this stage in the tournament. I know they are amazing when they click but Barca played the most amazing away game I have seen us play in a long time and made them look silly out there.

Montoya and Rakitic in the line-up made me really happy all game long. Montoya looked comfortable and his work rate was formidable I hope I wasn't the only one noticing this :P
Neymar looks very hungry and I am sure that next match it will be him with the nutmeg goals.

What a great game from us! We were composed, clinical; playing as a team and clearly with the individual talent up front...
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Suarez killed Luiz
Well Said Che, I also liked Rakitic and Montoya, although Montoya looked a bit rusty, but for someone who has been in the bench the whole year, that was great. The shot by Cavani was wonderful, only to be bested by Marc's save. Had Ibra been there, I think it might have been a different game altogether.
Why is Luis Suarez like a new modem?

He was just a few bytes but now hes 2 meg inta net
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Terrible joke dude.
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Needed a drum roll lol
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:P
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyx0FU5fOIM

Just saw this vid, but it really brings us down memory lane. It makes me smile knowing that most of our greatest achievements I was lucky enough to see with my own eyes. It kind of makes me cry
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Lol remember when people doubted Suarez
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I remember. People nowadays are so quick to jump to conclusion. The poor guy hadn't played for 4 months, on top of that he came to the most difficult team in the world. Even then he wasn't playing badly, just wasn't scoring as much and missed some easy chances due to being nervous and not having confidence.

Now the same people are calling him the 3rd best player in the world
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Not people, only some RM fans
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No one doubted him.. only haters (madrid fans) did.

I for one knew he's the best in the world but I just didn't agree with his price tag. However, if we win the league or CL, he will have been key and will have well earned his price tag.
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The funny thing is this has happened to Suarez before. When he came to the English league from Ajax, people were saying the same old crap about whether he can adjust. But players beyond a quality threshold never have any trouble adjusting. And Suarez is way, way above that threshold.
Dude like .01% of people doubted him. Silly post
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^ just like 0.001 % blamed mou for the CL exist , you should read and listen to news and opinion more often .

Marca and other Madrid based news agencies started attacking Suarez even before he put or jersey for first time , he was called fat and over weight , and even though he was assisting and contributing vitaly to our victories back then he was termed " flopped " within first few matches he played .
Doubt Suarez? no no... we are too busy doubting Neymar now. Talk to us in a week or two to see who we are doubting next! :D
i should read news and opinion more often????

Tell me malik...why the f should i read marca??? Silly post bro very silly
Napoli destroys Wolfsburg 4-1 and Napoli were away too. Wow
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That's what you get for not starting Bendtner
Seville came back from the deficit and won the game.that amazing Spanish..
Wolfsburg defense and offensive were dreadful. Napoli stuck with a gameplan,
But the Lord scored, next match he will score 4 goals


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87
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27
92
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24
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66
34
25
59
5
6
20
31
3
65
33
23
56
4
8
19
31
4
62
21
36
57
7
5
19
31
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51
14
30
44
8
9
14
31
6
46
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35
34
11
7
13
31
7
42
-1
40
39
12
9
11
32
8
40
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37
28
13
7
11
31
9
39
2
34
36
12
9
10
31
10
38
-6
42
36
11
11
9
31
11
38
-23
59
36
17
2
12
31
12
36
-13
41
28
15
6
10
31
13
31
-15
43
28
16
7
8
31
14
31
-28
54
26
16
7
8
31
15
29
-30
60
30
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8
7
32
16
28
-22
49
27
15
10
6
31
17
28
-23
50
27
17
7
7
31
18
24
-36
56
20
15
12
4
31
19
19
-30
51
21
18
10
3
31
20
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6
0
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0
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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
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0
0
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19
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0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
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0
0
0
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21
0
0
0
0
0
0
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10
5
15
1
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6
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13
3
7
10
1
1
4
6
2
5
-2
10
8
3
2
1
6
3
1
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12
1
5
1
0
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4

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