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What a cracker by Vargas yesterday... who watched the game?
DA f**k !!! Miranda in having medical at inter , Serie A have spend most money so far O_o
I was hoping to see him in Barca's color last year, but not complaining about his new destination.
both Milan's mean business
BTW yesterday Laporta said this

' If I'm elected as Barça's president, Pogba will play at this club '

he have a good relation with pogba BS agent Raiola
Laporta has a good relation with a lot of s**t people. Florentino Pérez, for example. Weird.
Ya i agree but so is bartomeu , for eg mundo deportivo , they have been running bartomeu campaign since jan and even before that they have been bad mouthing pep because of his not so good relation with the board .

Thing is these people are politician and IMO no politician is angle , all are bad to some extent we just have to choose the least bad one , as long as Laporta get right people ( cruyff ) & protect club image i'm okay with him .

I use to be a rosell fanboy , especially after how they chase the previous board for financial mismanagement , but it all turn out to be a big lie , also from top it seems we have done better financially under this board but if you remove Qatar deal we haven't .
I don't Know why.but I found bartmou as a great president.He is so humble, seems really interested in football n always sees sits with other club's president.between his tenure has been successful so far,on the other side,laporta is f*****g politician who mix football n politics for his own merit..
^ you cute
He's right that Laporta is a politician in the first place though. And a separatist one too; I don't like that. On top of that he is a proven liar when it comes to our financial matters.

I wish we could just have a president who's honest, intelligent, has the right know-how and the right vision all at the same time, for once. Then again, nearly all the big club's presidents are totally corrupt dirtbags who are closer to politicians than actual directors.
@jeroen , that financial thing was a coked up lie by our current board , which was uncovers by the court , also as I have said this board haven't done jack s**t to improve our finances .

Thing is list of bad thing this board have done is very big & I said laporta ain't no saint but I'd rather have him as he is lesser of two evils , also people like Johan , Abidal , pep is supporting him .

As for him being separatist , well that what our club is built on , all Catalan players support that cause
I used to support Catalan movement,but now I don't because I realized jordi puyol n company want separate country just for their needs and it is basically Of selfish thinking that they want their revenue for them only,so it's it's about money more than anything.And those days of suffering were over long before,now Barcelona is the most developed city in whole Spain.

Our current board not really into these politics n focussing more on sports,if laporta comes,he would use his tenure for separatism and mix sports n politics,which cause us isolated n ultimately gonna affect our performance.
And also most decisions he made after rossel left him was bad and I don't expect much from him apart from some sentiments like bringing abidal n all.
Bored? Here's some Thiago Messi memes!

http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/social/thiago-messis-appearance-at-barca-celebrations-has-produced-cute-photoshops/
+2
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."
+2
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?
+3
^ Its a tv rights deal. So yes, broadcasting contract.
+3
microsoft has a tv rights deal?
Telefonica is a media company while Microsoft has a deal for digital content rights. Its a media related contract with both companies.
digital content could be s simple as pictures, doesn't mean it is a broadcast deal.
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?


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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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