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Surprise surprise , Madrid white knight is a businessman after all .

BTW uncle perez company also won the contract for the works at Anoeta stadium just after Madrid bought Illarramendi for a club record fee for a Spanish player .

http://vozpopuli.com/deportes/56464-odegaard-abre-las-puertas-de-noruega-a-florentino-y-acs-opta-a-un-contrato-de-su-tren-de-alta-velocidad
I actually didnt know CR7 could be facing a 12 match ban. Chances of that happening seem impossible. But if that would happen, lord the backlash would intense as though the plague has come down upon Europe again :P
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He deserves more in my opinion. Not because he plays for the rival team, but if Suarez got a 6 month ban for 3 biting incidents, then cristiano deserves a 6 month ban for 3 incidents involving purposely kicking another player in the legs, and another 4 incidents where he punched another player in the face without controversy. It would be very politically based if he doesn't get a long ban
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Kicking and even punching happens almost in every sport not just football, by accident or on purpose after losing control of their temper. Biting is not, is faking weird especially if the person done it on THREE different occasions. You guys bought your self a dog now stop comparing his incidents to other footballers or human beings for that matter.
Suarez was banned for 4 months...but I still see your point Yousif
He definitely deserves a 12 match ban considering he has hit an opponent in the face four times and also kicked once this season. But he's still probably gonna get a one match ban...
Zizozil: While I do understand that biting is looked down upon and considered worse than punching someone fans like you are the reason why ethical standards in football are low. Cr7 has a problem. It's called ego and he feels the need to react to adverse situations by getting violent and fans like you are making excuses here. You actually said punching happens by accident. Punching doesn't happen by accident. If it happens unintentionally its not a punch. This is quite sad. Really.
Intentionally Kicking or punching someone and breaking their nose ( ronaldo did this once too ) is okay but intentionally biting for which pain wont last much longer is wrong ,

YAY f**k LOGIC !!!!
@zizozil,if you consider saurez as a dog,then i would say ronaldo is more like bitch,he has all the characteristics of dog and he is whining too much.

I hope he will serve his deserved punishment,if barton get 12 match ban for similar incident or saurez get 6 month ban on biting,ronaldo should receive his punishment.But this is real madrid we are talking about,he may get one match ban maximum.
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I think 12 match ban would be excessive. This is the third or fourth time he has done it this season so what would be fair would be a 3-4 match ban. But unlike England where the FA looks at video evidence in case the referee doesn't see some incident, RFEF just pretends the incident never happened.

Ramires recently got banned for 4 matches for an incident that the referee didn't see. Ramires didn't even get a red card for the incident but the panel of referees reviewed video evidence and handed him his ban.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/27151054

La Liga doesn't protect its brand like BPL does which is also one of the reasons why La Liga lags behind BPL. When people around the world see diving, punching, kicking which goes unpunished, it turns them off. Besides, this is Madrid we are talking about. Pepe was straight up assaulting the Getafe player and he got an 8 match ban. Do you really think RONALDO will be punished for swinging his arm? hahaha
Talking about our footballing years of the past, I was wondering what sort of players you guys were. The skilled little guy? The big strong one? The lanky clumsy one perhaps? The laid-back 'dude'? The try-hard failure? Or maybe the angry one who took it all too seriously?

And if you could compare your playing style to a top player, who would it be?

Personally, I play somewhat like Busquets, with a big mouth on the pitch to tell my teammates what to do, lol. If I was much better, I would probably be a similar player as him. If I could choose what sort of playing style I'd have though, I'd love to experience what it must be like to be able to run with a ball the way Messi does. Not very original, I know, but I'm just a bad dribbler at pace and I'm indecisive in front of goal. And what Messi does is therefore all the more 'magisterial' (yeah, I went there, Ray) and superhuman to me.

edit: this isn't just a question to my Barça homies here. Whether you support Barcelona, Arsenal, Bayern or even Real, you're all welcome to share your real-life experiences here :)
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I played as a center forward. I am tall with not much pace and my dribbling was not great. I used to make some good runs behind the defenders and rely on tap ins and long balls and an occasional 1v1. So the lanky clumsy petr crouch type.
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the head down and burst past the full back ( used to love hogging the ball and doing step overs when i was younger till i got taken out a couple of times :( )

started out as a winger but i prefer playing as a striker or behind a striker, being an Arsenal fan I try to hone my game around th14 but i wish I had a Bergkamp type of effortless-elegance to my game.
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I was a diminutive puppeteer in the midfield, preferring to pull the strings than score the goals. Nothing tickles my fancies like a sublime through ball, a perfectly chipped pass, or a well-timed "give-and-go". My style most resembles Iniesta's. In fact, he is the very reason I became a fan of FC Barceleona. Here's a tribute to the player I admire most:
http://www.thesefootballtimes.net/#!andres-iniesta-master-of-the-ball/c24gf

Here is one of my favorite of Don Andres' plays:
http://gfycat.com/AngryRemoteAfricangoldencat
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Don't you just love how Xavi and Leo are casually not even celebrating that mesmerizing goal Alf? Those three are the most gifted triangle ever, almost without a doubt. At the peak of their powers (probably 2010-2011), we saw those goals several times a month.

My favourite of them would be the one against Santos in the CWC of 2011, where Xavi perfectly controls the ball in one of the most unbelievable ways (outstretched backheel) and then plays a brilliant pass just half a second later to Messi, who chips it in from a tight angle. I believe it might not even have involved Andrés, but it was another beautiful example of how incredible those guys are. I can't even imagine doing what they can with a ball, and I have a pretty wild imagination, lol.
I still play often, and have tried defense and midfield. Somewhat of a deep lying playmaker, but not afraid to charge forward when the opportunity arises. I'd say Modric-like haha.
I usually like to play in the middle of the park in a sort of Rakitic-like role running from Box to Box, making long passes and crosses as well as taking set pieces. Defensively I would track back and get stuck in when my defenders looked in trouble

My shots need some work though. I could go many games of just racking up assists but being entirely unable to manage a shot on target
I'm that pacy left forward with a powerful shot on both feet and just got the job done, but in reality I was much better at defending. I like going forward, creating, and shooting on goal. I'd compare myself to a younger Dani Alves. However I used the elastico entirely too much.
I was more like Cesc cos of the postion i play in. I love to thread in thru balls and yes, I did have our very own version of Messi on our team who used to dribble past every possible opponent leg like mad....I used to read his movements perfectly and create chances for him although I used to suck at aerial thru balls much unlike Cescy ! and ya not to mention, I was very bad in man marking and slow on the pitch, lesser stamina as well...bah !
I play CB but also my coach puts me in CDM when needed because of my passing. I have good long range and good distribution of the ball but also I read the game pretty well so I guess I'm a Bartra/Mascherano kinda player. I am faster than Bartra tho :p (not in real life) but definitely why my coach trusts me as a sweeper as well.

Also I like to yell at someone who I don't deem is working hard enough to pressure the other team...
Who are we kidding here? We're all Heskeys!
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^ I was like Bendtner. I thought I was really good but I sucked. Towards he end of my career I grew a pony tail to get more attention.

When I played on a team as a teenager I was a cf. I don't have a very strong shot but I can dribble. I am also a team player and I'd rather set a teammate up than take a risk of boot scoring myself. So the coach moved me in midfield because I tend to see the play developing much faster than most people.

I also hate conceding goals so when all the assholes go fwd pretending to be messi and ronaldo I do the dirty work of cleaning up in defense.
I had the passion of dani alves along with Tarzan style defending :)
what a great thread,As much i thought i was playing like xavi,i can only say was more like ghost of cesc at best,too lazy to run much,better at defending than cesc though,good on feet,not much dribbling,love to play through ball and lobs,half good at shooting;yeah ,imo i had attributes of cesc.

As like bendter thought,i also believed i could play in top league once,needless to say am useless at fitness level,i had got a serious accident which ends my slim hope.Now a days,i barely touch the ball.
I was pretty much a CB/CDM. I was actually pretty good at heading and over jumping guys that were taller then me and was always placed their because I was felt like I needed to fight against the other team and boy did I get many cards. I was pretty much Ramos with some dangerous slide tackles and brain farts every other game. I would be having such good game then right at the end I would f**k up and give away a PK and get sent off. Then I would walk away like a f*****g drama queen yelling at everyone as if I was actually playing in a classico and I would be ready to punch the s**t out of someone. Oh the passion was always their.
+1
I was(still am) one of those guys that would see every little game in the park as a CL final lol. Now I don't mean I was a rough player,I just couldn't have fun if everybody else wan't giving their all.

My preferred position is left wing. Strongest attributes I have are pace and stamina. I usually run back and forward all game long. Shooting and finishing are not my stronger sides,so I don't shoot that much,but I love to get around one defender and then make the last pass for a tap in. Imagine me as Bale without his shot. Not to brag,but to this day,I still haven't played against anybody who was faster than me :P
Bojan with a golazo on clod wet night
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http://gfycat.com/AllMasculineIaerismetalmark
+2
http://www.buzzfeed.com/robinedds/whoever-kicks-it-gets-it#.edlNrL46Wz

Brings back memories. We used to play on the streets with flip flops or sometimes no shoes at all. It used to rain like crazy and everything was slippery. So we would slip and fall all over the concrete but no amount of bloodied knees, toes and elbows would stop us from playing.
+6
I still have scars on my knees and elbows lol. I remember that there were some kids that wanted a penalty when they get fouled hard,no matter where on the pitch. Ah,the good old days...
+2
"Ladies and gentlemen, the lifetime achievement award for being the biggest w****r in full kit goes to... @piersmorgan"

bahaha! that picture
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This song fits in well here :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdAF4k_sTXU
Also full kit w****r haha I had forgotten about that term *tears in my eyes*
Haha those 'invisible bar' arguments! And the 'play on' thing you'd say when you had to be the goalie and were too lazy to get the ball yourself :D

I can think of some others too:
* Pitch was infinitely wide, f**k the rules! Often lead to spectacular runs miles away from the goal.
* Nudging the sweater-goalposts ever so subtly to make your goal smaller and doing the same to make the opponent's goal bigger
* Scoring a sweet backheel goal and walking away like you could pull those off any day

I love those universally shared things of humanity. Shows we're not that different after all.
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There was no concept of hand ball either , just bit of abuse from opponents and that's it :)
Here's my list:

1. That one kid that NEVER passed and claimed to be Ronaldo
2. The one kid that never took it seriously and pissed everyone else off
3. That one kid that never left the goal even though goalies weren't allowed
4. Adding a goal or two to pad up the scoreline when you're behind (6-1, all of a sudden it's 6-3 after 1 goal)
5. Playing till the field lights were turned off
6. ALWAYS carrying a football with you at school
7. That one kid that always got angry and enforced 'rules'
8. The one kid that always yelled and got angry for no reason
9. st1or the allstar all rounder
10. And finally, after you pick teams, you realize everyone on your team wants to play striker
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Sounds like you had a lot of beef with the one angry kid, St1or! You name him three times: in 1, 7 and 8 (they all seem to be the same sort of person to me :P)

When we played at school or later, after classes at uni, we always just played with friends. Thankfully we didn't have a total dick enforcing the rules or an angry one. Although one of my friends always took those friendly games way too seriously all the time and went flying into tackles and so on. Once he really hurt me when I went for a ball, was clearly going to get there first, but he didn't stop his run and collided head-on with his foot first into my stomach. Couldn't breathe for like a full minute, it was scary. He also tackled the best player of our group of friends so hard once, he couldn't play for three months.
^ I hate those serious players. I take sport pretty seriously myself but I refuse to take risks with injuries. Just recently I was playing and this younger guy kept sliding into people. I had to pull him to the side and remind him that he's not playing in the Champions League final.
This is the reason why people saying football has one world and one language,i had experienced everything you guys are experienced:)One of our neighbour(typical class room first bench kid) used to charge 2 rs to return ball whenever the ball goes into his place,lol and one of my pacy friend ran directly to cocunut tree which stands inside ground,and got hit,that was some scary moments in my life,he unconscious for a certain minutes.One funny part was one of boy who used to play as goal keeper from my locality,used to conduct football tournaments and at the end,while giving prizes,he used to select himself as best player,best goal keeper etc,lol.

I would like to share one of my favorite incident playing football when i was kid.the ground was too small and crowded and very small goal posts where its very hard to score goals.when the game was about end,both teams scored just one goal each,i got a cross from my team mate(dont know how its reached me because the box was crowded as hell),then i did an incredible thing,i strech my left leg and made spaces for the ball to come in between my legs,then touched with my right leg ankle,the ball went through goal keeper legs which ended game.Team mates like,wtf happening and went crazy ,but i didnt celebrate it like ronaldo rather i acted like messi as its one of another day,lol..I should have stopped there trying,but from then o i was trying to score the same way and embarrassed myself as i never scored that kind of goals from that ground.I had score some of beautiful goals in my life,but when i think about ,i can say this was best goal i ever scored because only god knows how it went inside:)
Messi has scored 14 goals and made 4 assists in the last 10 games. He has scored 12 goals in 6 games (1assist) this season starting at RF. He has scored 16 goals in 18 games (11 assists) starting at cf position.

It seems like lucho has to make a choice what he wants him to do? Be a scorer or a provider?
+3
Messi can do whatever he wants regardless of the position he plays :3 #boss
+1
"Hotter than a black leather skirt on Shakira!" Ray Hudson after pique'S goal against Elche. LOL!
+6
Seriously does that guy know he sounds annoying and stupid.
+2
i love that guy lol
+2
Stop being a hater Lucas
+3
I f*king love Ray Hudson.
+1
Its actually fun listening to him. Tanmay had posted one a few days ago. He said something like, "Centipedes go to bed dreaming to have a left a foot like messi's!"

I think someone should make a website with his quotes and clips. The guy is a legend. Lol
+2
I don't really appreciate his supposed witty comparisons, but I definitely don't dislike him. He IS a very knowledgeable commentator. I preferred his counterpart Phil Schoen back in the day though.
+2
I agree with Jereon , though i don't mind his funny comments , but he is way better then most of English commentators .

@kingleo , Ray takes a lot of hate for beings an Barcelona supporter , i remember reading Madrid fans bashing and hating him but during their recent victory run they were loving him .
Man I hate ray... He is the reason I watch the games in Spanish.
I think he is pretty funny, and some of his one-liners are golden. But yeah he does get tiring to listen to, so I try to watch most games on sky, etc.
+1
He is the only english commentator I can listen to. If he's not on, I'll watch it in spanish. He is extremely knowledgeable and passionate. Magic!
I can't be picky when it comes to commentators in a full match. On the rare occasion I do have a choice, I avoid Ray. Between his over-the-top gasps and his condescending tone toward his partner, I find him terribly distracting.

For a 5 minute highlight real; however, he is one of the best.
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commentating is part of the game experience. Ray provides an alternative from the droning of some ancient englishman
This was absolutely beautiful from Bony! WOW!

Not sure if I like the trick play or if I like the headbutt tackle more lol.

http://blog.foxsoccer.com/post/109046988427/wilfried-bonys-elastico-turns-defender-into-mush?cmpid=tsmfb:fscom:foxsoccer
+2
My thoughts exactly when I saw this earlier. The audacity...
Happy birthday to our legend Xavi (35)! I know you are not your best anymore but I still appreciate everything you have done and in your prime, no one could do what you did on the pitch.

The irreplaceable, the one who started the golden generation of spain and Barca.
+8
Legend. Barca and SPain's best Midfielder of all time.
+3
Happy 35th maestro!!
Since September 13 2008:

Messi has played 342 games and has scored 342 goals. LOL

That's an average of 1 goal per game.. Fancy that?
+1
Where is the comparison with Cristiano Ronaldo? :P
Ronaldo:

289 goals in 275 games since joining madrid in 2010... 206 goals in 184 la liga games.... 21goals in 28 cup matches, 57 goals in 57 Champions league matches, two in the European Supercup and three in the Spanish Supercup

not here to compare but to ask..... do you guys think anyone will ever equal these stats ronaldo and messi are putting up? i mean.. just imagine if they both retire at their clubs at like 38. i honestly dont believe anyone will ever break some of the records they put up and will still put up
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DaGaza, I don't think anyone can match those numbers. At least for a long long time. What we are forgetting is that Messi and Ronaldo are still active and they will probably add a couple of hundred more goals by the time they are done. One thing they have over other players is consistency. A striker in the future might have an amazing season and score 60 goals, but he won't be able to do it for 5 or 6 seasons.
I think it's fair to compare their career stats, rather than pick a specific time period:

http://i.imgur.com/Iw5aDbc.png

Messi has a better career stat in all competitions: (0.78 goals per game vs. 0.64 goals per game)
And the gap is even larger when you take out friendly matches: (0.85 vs. 0.68)

And finally, Messi has more goals in CL despite playing 25 less games.

+6
Thiago Messi will break all those records in about 26 years.
Just watch.
Imagine the pressure on messi and cr7's kids? Even if they're good players they will most probably not be able to match their fathers. The one player that comes to my mind is Jordi. He was always compared to his father.
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@F4F: Jordi Cruijff, I assume?

But yeah, the odds are like one in a million their kids will ever become as great as them. The offspring of the greatest sportsmen in their game have much higher chances (than the average human being) of becoming very good at it too, but the odds of them reaching the levels of their father/mother (whoever was the athlete) are still very, very low.

Eddy Merckx is considered the greatest Belgian athlete and best cyclist of all times. His son was very good too, a professional who won quite a lot, but he still paled in comparison to his dad. In the best case scenario, the same will most likely happen to Thiago Messi and Ronaldo's kid.

A good example of an athlete who's father was great but he's even better, would be our own Sergio Busquets.
Maldini's son, Christian, looks like he'll be a great player.
It would be cool if he becomes a Milan legend as well so it would be him, his dad and his granddad all Milan legends.
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4
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20
18
38
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39
11
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31
4
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6
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7
27
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26
24
7
6
7
20
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26
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29
25
8
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20
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22
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24
20
8
7
5
20
11
21
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23
19
9
6
5
20
12
20
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26
16
10
5
5
20
13
20
-12
28
16
10
5
5
20
14
18
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30
16
8
9
3
20
15
18
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33
16
10
6
4
20
16
17
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41
18
11
5
4
20
17
16
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33
17
12
4
4
20
18
16
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35
13
10
7
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20
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20
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3
0
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0
4
0
0
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0
0
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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
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0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
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0
0
0
0
0
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14
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
15
0
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0
0
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0
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0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
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0
18
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
19
0
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0
0
0
0
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L
D
W
Pl
Pos
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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