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Another terrorist attack in Europe :( It is just sad and painful seeing what the world is coming to in 2016. There is no need to kill so many people at all.

I really hope whoever is responsible burns in hell. RIP the brave security guards and God bless their families.
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Amen to that bro. It is unbelievable, that we are still killing each other at will, unreal.
Okay so Lyon President just said "The club of Umtiti's heart is Barcelona". Lyon have already bought his replacement.

He is set to start France's next match against Iceland , it will be good watching him against Iceland as they have been operating on counter attack style which we usually face.

Official announcement after France is done with euros and in July.
Thanks Malik for the good news, I was getting worried that we are not getting him. We need to build a defensive wall :-)
LOL you have to be a special bottler for Mouth piece of you Ex-Club to compile a list of your top 10 failure at decisive moments.

http://www.marca.com/futbol/argentina/2016/06/27/5770fca6e2704ea6148b4671.html

BTW he is not renewing his contract at Napoli , so it quite possible that De Laurentiis will attempt to pull a biggest fraud of this century by selling him for Millions , one club interested in him is Atleti , SMH have they not suffer enough Heart Breaks already ?
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IMHO, Higuain is STILL a great striker,even with all the missed chances, he is world class. Especially for Argentina , he is the consistent one who scores, better than Aguero/Lavezzi/Palacio all together. It is too bad that under stress , he misses some open chances , but otherwise is a great striker. For us armchair judges, it is easy to say, he should have lobbed it , should have dribbled the goalie, ..etc, but he is a great striker and team player.
All great strikers consistently miss easy opportunities, I remember someone on this forum was complaining about Suarez missing sitters. Alexis Sanchez who's the Copa champion used to miss open nets when he was with us.
We all wished that Messi lifted the cup, but it is what it is . Higuain nor Messi should not be a scapegoat.
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Okay tell me what good are his consistent goal scoring stats when you know he is gonna miss sitter in the most important moments ?

Yes i agree all great players have missed chances , be it Suarez , Messi , or the best current finisher IMO Ronaldo , but difference is they don't miss as regularly in crucial moments as Higuain does.

I do agree that Higuain have done more for Argentina then Aguero/Lavezzi/Palacio all together in scoring department but then they all had less chances and at time different role then Higuain.
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This is standard marca quality article. I expect top 10 Casillas howlers to be also released soon

Btw why can't they make a single compilation video with the 10 clips? How annoying it is to watch 10 separate videos ... that too of missed chances and not goals.
Thank you England for all the entertainment you provided the world in the last few days between brexit and euros. I can't get enough of all the memes that are being forwarded to me every few hours!
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Messi once liked Chelsea Instagram account, Barca fired Zubizarreta and Bartomeu called for new election.

Now Messi says he is retiring from international duty, there are rumors that Mascherano,Biglia,Lavezzi,Higuain,Aguero and Di Maria are set retire as well. Looks like something big is going to happen on Argentina's FA.
Lol an analyst called England players " overpaid nonces " live on BBC.

https://youtu.be/t6LZP2KFf1g

Make England Great Again !!!
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Why is England shocked by this? They beat Holland twice
England is never gonna be great again. The premier league is an average league, only the fact that it is in an English speaking country makes it one of the biggest leagues but there is hardly any talent there. Nobody from the England squad would have a chance in a top club like Barca or Bayern.
As Bale rightly said nobody in England would even stand a chance in the Wales squad.

That said, it is quite pathetic that Sterling started. I mean I have nothing against the kid but he is sooo average, just because a senseless club paid 40m for him doesnt mean he is any more talented than say guys like Rashford. Woy is a complete clown. He should have started Rashford and Vardy from the go

They are overpaid nonces. Sterling earns more than anyone in the Iceland squad and Woy probably makes 10,000 times more than what the Iceland managers make. It is shameful and tbh puts a definite stop to anyone saying England is the better league.

Once Brexit comes into effect I expect England's quality to drop even further. There is no youth system at all infact only Southampton and Man Utd even produce young English talent who can stand their own against youth players from other European nation. Sadly for Southampton sharks like liverpool regularly steal their players and turn them into incompetent prima donnas.
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Brexit would help them in that regard, even though I think they will work something around transfers for the EPL. If they couldn't sign foreign players teams will be forced to find more Enlgish talent, and if the youth system is changed from the grassroots level it could mean a better England team in 10 years or so.
Why should they find a work around for football transfers alone? That is not what they voted for. Work permit rules are the same for the whole nation and if football players alone find a way to avoid these restrictions it doesnt set a very good example for people of other professions. As it is, everyone knows what "overpaid nonces" these footballers are..

Hikmat, I fail to see what you are suggesting. If they cannot sign foreign youngsters they will be forced to dip into their own country's youngsters and overpay for every transfer. Even today, English players have an inflated price just because they are english and got nothing to do with skill or talent. How is Sterling worth 40m? Luke Shaw 32m?

The only way ahead for them is developing football from grassroot levels but I have zero confidence that England will be able to pull that off. Even if they develop some youngsters in the next ten years, they will all be of permier league quality (average) and have little exposure to European tactics/quality and will easily crumble during a fiesty European encounter and in International games. Brexit may have killed off English football for the time being..
The English league and the English national team are two very different things. The reason why English teams in UCl struggle are because they lack quality managers to compete in the top level, the tide will turn in the next couple of seasons. Money has always given the top PL sides power over the rest but now that every PL side has money to spend, the quality in management was exposed. Rainier came in, made a couple of changes and outclasses every PL manager.

Now why do you think English players prices are inflated? Because when you play in a league full of foreign talent and your youth/english players are expected to compete with big money signings, you have to weed out the best due to the PL homegrown quota rule but their aren't enough quality players who are English that can go around for all the top teams to have, most clubs understand that and will milk any club looking for their English talent dry. Sterling is average, I agree but I disagree on Shaw, unless you've seen the guy player, don't judge him, before the injury he was one of the best young LB I've seen and was crucial to Utd before he broke his leg.

Now the English national team imo have quality and we've seen it but what they lack is a top quality manager, and system. England actally looked better in the first three games but crack when the pressure starts to build on them. Not to mention the English FA are what screws the national team up, they keep bringing in wack jobs like Roy Hodgson to manage them, I want to know who the hiring committee is, they are f*****g clueless.
Hope CR7 saw the game and thought what a fool he made out of himself.

A team in its first major tournament finished above Portugal, dumped England out, reached QFs and deserve to celebrate.

May be he can stop being a sore loser and instead focus on his and his team's performances cos they are riding on f*****g load of luck! And yeah, celebrate and let others celebrate when they feel like doing.
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hahahahaha!
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^ most insightful replay yet in the history of internet.
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@Rakeshh

Iceland knocked England out and still you're talking about Ronaldo who has nothing to do with it all. Please just for once give it a break, it's really pulling the level of this site downwards...
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^Don't you understand what he's referring to? Ronaldo said Iceland wouldn't get far in the tournament.
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I heard he said some stuff, but people are exaggerating the thing. He said something he shouldn't have said, people got that already.
Yeah it is just silly banter. He was obviously frustrated that Iceland "son"-ed him down for the whole 90 minutes with 2 defenders marking him all the time. And did he say Iceland would not get far? I thought he said something more on the lines of Iceland celebrated as if they won the Euros while all they did was draw the game.

Either way, CR7 is not going to watch the replay and think "hey that was foolish of me" lol. Im sure he has better things to do..
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@Mikhitargaryen

Exactly
Actually he said that Iceland celebrated a tie like they won the Euros and that it's a small mentality and they won't get anywhere in the tournament with that mentality. But yes tell us more about how we are over exaggerating :p.

#heisjustcompetitive
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Belgium vs Italy in final.
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that will be great, although I see a France vs Italy final
Wales vs Iceland
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No one fancy Germany ? You all Know Portugal will win the euros without Winning a single match in open play.
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France can't face Italy or Germany in the final since they are all in the same side of the bracket...

I see Germany v Wales final
Germany belgium
English FA have perfect excuse now to not send English team in at least one major tournament , Euros.

They should just spare themselves from this regular embarrassment , this team might have not been more talented than their previous one but this looked most like a functional Team in ages , yet they still managed to get humiliated.
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Iceland's co-manager is a full time dentist. Football coaching was his part time job. After 5pm!

Still beats England! Haha
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But they have minority complex,they won't go further with this attitude.wise man words,lol.

Joking anyway..
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England's manager is the highest paid manager in the Euros. What a farce...

The more you try to analyse Englands performance the more funny it gets


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