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Bored? Here's some Thiago Messi memes!

http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/social/thiago-messis-appearance-at-barca-celebrations-has-produced-cute-photoshops/
+1
lol cute and funny hahaha
Bit of controversial time,The only team in la liga who doesn't approve centralized broadcasting right is Real Madrid,which means Barcelona did agree and sacrificing millions for the benefits of smaller clubs.

The head of La Liga, Javier Tebas says"I talk again of a war in Spanish football because of all 42 clubs involved in the centralised distribution of broadcasting rights just one – Real Madrid – do not agree," he told AS.

"Why? Well you'd have to ask Real Madrid. If we knew the reasons why it signed a contract with [Spanish broadband and cable provider] Telefonica in May – an agreement which would qualify as strange to say the least – that would help us understand.

"Madrid are a great club who believes itself to be a champion of transparency; but the truth is that they have other interests than the rest of La Liga. I think Madrid wants to keeps control of its broadcasting rights.

"It's a mix of being money-hungry and power-hungry. It is not clear what they are up to. Their agreements with Telefonica and Microsoft are strange to me and I've told Madrid that.

"I believe their agreement with Telefonica is because Barcelona signed one similar with the same company several months earlier and – of course – we know that Madrid must have whatever Barcelona have. I suspect this whole mess stems from that."
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Nothing new , we have agreed to central contract for sometime now but Real don't want it . Even tho purposed deal wont have much effect at revenue both barca and real generated from broadcasting .
Out of curiosity, what's up with the deal with Telefonica (and MS)?
Barca signed a 1 year deal with telefonica in February. Now Madrid signed one too.
if it isn't broadcasting contract, why is this guy bringing it up in the first place?
+2
So paris will buy Messi AND Neymar now?
http://www.barcablaugranes.com/2015/6/29/8860255/report-psg-barcelona-neymar-transfer
Puyol speaking of Messi:

Puyol recalled an episode involving Messi during Pep Guardiola's spell in charge: "In a mini one-on-one match, I told myself: 'I'm going to see if I can stop him'. It was humiliating. Pep told me: 'Carles, don't injure him'. 'If you don't want anything to happen, stop the session', I told him. I tried everything but he always got past me at his own pace".
http://tinyurl.com/pln8v3f

Also, some of the best moments of the season in a single video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn3QZB7bKis&feature=youtu.be
"They tell me that all men are equal in God’s eyes, this player makes you seriously think about those words." - Ray Hudson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkwQ9jBcMCs

Our unsung hero almost in every match...one of the most underrated...one of the most 'hardly spoken about' players, one of the most 'hardly given enuf praise' players....

too bad that there was a time when his diving and theatrics did a lot of damage to his image....although he has stopped all that almost completely, he is never forgiven by his history by most of the ppl and hence remains to be underrated...

Yet, he is the soul of this beautiful well oiled, drilled machine called Barca.

keep up the good work Busi !!!
+4
I love how Italian teams keep picking up players on free transfers and build good teams out of the same players that other top teams aren't interested in anymore. Watch khedira hold the fort for juventus next year.
Not only that Juve is doing good business to replace their outgoing players .
He is a bit injury prone though
+1
Khedira is also not that good
watch Juve turned him into a beast next season

u heard it here first
First pogba now turan. Really?
Am I going crazy or did Silva pull the same kind of stupid s**t in world cup?
+1
against Chelsea
Champions League against Chelsea lol he really cant control himself lol Now Brazil is gone
+2
Ahhh that's what it was, thanks guys! But yeah pretty dumb for a world class defender to do that. Last time he almost cost his team but this team he actually did hahaha
Day by day,it seems more former real Madrid greats becoming Fan of messi.this time it's legendary Hugo Sanchez,
"pele was always my reference point, but I noticed that Maradona started to compete with him. But Messi is already treading on his toes or equalling Maradona's ability, and I believe that it won't be long until he is as good as or better than Pele."
+5
well... saying someone is a great player or is the best doesn't make u a fan of that player.. ..John Terry is very well one of the greatest CB England has ever had... no one else in the world are his fans but the chelsea faithful lol
+6
You bleed here de gaza,lol..
There is no need for argument. A lot of people who have watched Pele, Maradona, and Messi play admit that Messi is far ahead of them. People can talk about World cups all they want and blah blah blah, but Messi performs at the highest level in football ever and that's against European super teams. The World Cup then, was players who played together at club level their whole careers and didn't compete against the best of the best until they got to the world cup and even then the Europeans were more separate than the South Americans.People also often say that Pele had players on his own team that were better than him.

If you were to put Pele into football today, with the offside rule, against players who don't drink beers and smoke cigars daily before and after games, I honestly can't see him being anywhere near cristiano or Messi. What Messi provides individually is pure genius. Something that has never been seen in football. He could go down as the greatest attacking player and the greatest midfielder in the history of the game. His defense is also amazing. People can argue all they want but watching the difference in quality and how players run the pitch Messi is far ahead of any player that has ever played.
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I'm sure if messi wins a WC then people will start comparing pepe 3 wc to messi's 1 , argument of 7 WC matches > 40 odd matches for an entire season is BS .
There is no doubt in my mind that the current European club competition is far more superior than World cups of the past. The usual argument made against current superstars is that they are protected much more than Pele and Maradona. That is true and the game has become much more attack friendly, it should also be noted that when Pele went to play he was facing 11 players on the opposing team. These days players have play against an army of analysts, dietitians, statisticians, etc who analyze every part of the game to help the defense stop opposing attackers. Gk's are fed well in advance the stats on pk's so they know which side they need to go after. The pitches are much better now and the equipment makes things a lot easier for players but at the same time the game has become a lot faster. Players need to have better reflexes to keep up with game play.

I think Messi is at par in terms of ability compared to Pele and Maradona but I think he is better in terms of consistency especially when compared to maradona. In addition to this players these days have to travel all over the world non stop all year including pre-season games and for promotional events. I can't imagine Pele traveling outside Brazil as much to play games.
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This guy is hilarious:
Watch "Bogan Aussie commentating 2015" on YouTube - https://youtu.be/g_U6yOM3pnw

I wish they allowed commentary on live TV like this.
Thanks for sharing im literally crying laughing
After Di Maria scores for united, "He looks like a sketchy character who will serve you meth in a kfc car park but he can sure kick a footy."

After Young dived for a penalty - "if we had the hot spot camera from cricket it would show a small mark on his calf and a glowing red vagina."


1 week ago
From the players who rescued a homeless 85-year-old to the club that advertises a brothel on its scoreboard, it is time for the annual end-of-season Spanish football awards
2 weeks ago
Featuring two of the greatest footballers of their generation, Thibaut Courtois jumping over Eden Hazard, Dani Alves on an escalator and a dodgy keeper
2 weeks ago
Lionel Messi is to face trial over an alleged €4.1m tax fraud after an appeal made by his lawyers was rejected
2 weeks ago
Barcelona have extended Luis Enrique’s contract until the end of the 2016-17 season following their victory in the Champions League final
2 weeks ago
Manchester United’s hopes of signing Brazil defender Dani Alves have been dealt a major blow after Barcelona announced the 32-year-old has signed a new two-year contract
3 weeks ago
The wing-back Aleix Vidal, who cannot play for Barça until January 2016 due to a Fifa-imposed transfer ban, has signed for a reported £16m
3 weeks ago
The Barcelona president has announced Luis Enrique will continue as head coach of the Catalan club after he guided them to a treble in his first season
3 weeks ago
Barcelona’s third Champions League title in six years was as remarkable for the continuity with which it was delivered as much as the style in which it was achieved
3 weeks ago
Gerard Piqué was the last player to board the bus after Barcelona’s Champions League triumph, while Xavi Hernández played his last game for the club and Luis Suárez put pressure behind him
3 weeks ago
Luis Enrique reflected on a ‘beautiful’ Champions League final but would not commit his future to Barcelona after seeing them complete a treble for the second time in six years
3 weeks ago
The devastating attacking trident were on superb form yet again in Barcelona’s 3-1 win against Juventus in the Champions League final
3 weeks ago
Barcelona lifted the Champions League by beating Juventus 3-1 at the Olympiastadion after Ivan Rakitic opened the scoring
3 weeks ago
Andrés Iniesta was man of the match and Gerard Piqué was commanding at the back for Barcelona while Juventus’s Arturo Vidal failed to keep his head
3 weeks ago
Minute-by-minute report: Barcelona became champions of Europe for a fifth time after a wildly entertaining final at the Olympiastadion. Scott Murray was watching.
3 weeks ago
There’s nothing particularly radical about how Barça play these days, but that doesn’t make them any easier to stop
3 weeks ago
The forward lines of Juventus and Barcelona each feature a brilliant Argentinian, but beyond their nationality Tevez and Messi have little in common
3 weeks ago
Featuring passing and moving, batting and fielding, back-flipping and catching, driving and spinning, smiling and frowning, and missing and hitting
3 weeks ago
Massimiliano Allegri insists Barça have ‘faults and weaknesses like all teams’ as his first season in Turin concludes with the Champions League final in Berlin
3 weeks ago
Luis Enrique has said the first Champions League final of his career is not the biggest challenge of his life although he could complete the treble in Berlin
3 weeks ago
The Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci said memories of Heysel would be an added stimulus in the Champions League final against Barcelona

Primera División Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
94
89
21
110
4
4
30
38
1
92
80
38
118
6
2
30
38
2
78
38
29
67
6
9
23
38
3
77
38
32
70
5
11
22
38
4
76
26
45
71
8
7
23
38
5
60
11
37
48
10
12
16
38
6
55
1
41
42
13
10
15
38
7
51
3
44
47
13
12
13
38
8
50
-6
48
42
16
8
14
38
9
49
-4
51
47
15
10
13
38
10
49
-22
68
46
19
4
15
38
11
46
-7
51
44
14
13
11
38
12
41
-27
62
35
19
8
11
38
13
37
-33
67
34
19
10
9
38
14
37
-31
64
33
21
7
10
38
15
35
-25
60
35
17
14
7
38
16
35
-35
64
29
17
14
7
38
17
35
-21
55
34
21
8
9
38
18
29
-29
64
35
22
8
8
38
19
20
-46
68
22
24
11
3
38
20
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