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Neymar is only 23 with already 60 apps for his country and 43 goals. The kid is certainly living up to the hype, when his playing for Brazil his just a different player, although his made a quite the improvement for Barca, he just goes to another level with Brazil.
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He's the main man for Brazil, but at Barcelona he'll always be second fiddle because of Messi. Not that there's anything wrong with that, Messi's just on another planet.

You guys could've used that finishing against Madrid though lol
The type of player Neymar is, he progresses every year. Even in Santos. He started out as a big name and kept getting bigger. In Barcelona his first year was decent which is impressive because he didn't speak the language, nor did he play European football before.

This season he has already improved to become one of the best strikers in Europe. He adapts very quickly and the more comfortable he feels with the team the better he plays. That's why in Brazil he plays really well, It's because he is the star and he grew up with a lot of the players around him so he's has gotten years of experience with them. When Messi, Suarez, and Neymar come into full strike mode that will be the scariest thing in football. Hopefully we keep this strike force for the next few years because as the chemistry builds it gets even better.
He has the technical ability, speed, and intelligence. He just needs a little more experience to hone his decision-making skills and he will become the best left attacker in the world. He has already demonstrated an ability to improve in terms of reducing diving, tracking back, and providing assists. I agree, Yousif, it's going to be a beautiful thing when MSN is firing on all cylinders.
Neymar has matured a lot as a player since he joined barcelona. The best thing about him is he has yet to hit his peak. If he's this good now I can't imagine what he's going to do when he's finally the best player out there or at least competing with messi for that title.

Barcelona regret not getting di Stefano because his pairing with Kubala would have been devastating. We have completed our kubala-di Stefano pairing. The funny thing is we also happen to have another luis Suarez probably as good as first one. :)
Neymaaaaarrr! Where was that finish vs City and Madrid?
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WTF neymar with brilliant finish :D
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http://www.espnfc.us/story/2367124/barcelonas-xavi-hernandez-to-sign-3-year-deal-with-al-sadd-say-reports

I thought Xavi was going to the MLS. reports show he agreed to a 3 year deal to Al-sadd in the quatar league...
Im very surprised I was hoping he would play in north america and I would go see him play.
Taking the same path as Raul I see :)

Well who knows,Rual is in NY Cosmos right now,Xavi could end up in USA one day as well.
All hail Xavier Hernández i Creus! After a lifetime serving and enjoying Barcelona, you're joining your friend and former rival Raúl. Could there be a more telling last statement?

I salute you Xavi, you were always one of the players I looked up to most. Puyol and you were our true captains during our best years. Now that you're leaving, we can only hope Iniesta, the boy you once described as 'technically perfect', can fill your boots for the coming years. And who knows, perhaps one day we'll call Bartra and Rafinha our true captain and vice-captain and you our brilliant coach.

For now, I'll just enjoy the sparse moments of you as a footballer that are left.
Thank you.
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Xavi,

Y you no play for Portland Timbers?? I come watch you play!
You guys were talking about the recent plane crash. Some new information on the crash:
http://www.juicefm.com/news/hot-stories/alps-co-pilot-crashed-deliberately/
It's sad, but I predicted this. This is what I wrote yesterday:

"The fact the plane dropped 4kms in altitude in just a minute is very disturbing too; I don't know a lot about the technicalities of flying, but I'm pretty sure that's not what happens when a pilot loses control of the plane. It might've been aimed down instead.

edit: the reports of a sudden descent of 4kms in a minute were false:
http://media.20minutes.fr/2015/courbe.jpg
This is the type of descent you see when a plane is about to land, but above the Alps it is obviously not supposed to happen. The weather is never a factor in Europe said an experienced pilot on the radio, so it has to be a huge technical defect or sabotage. The technical defect would be strange too, because the airplane lost all contact a while before the crash. If an engine fails the pilots can still communicate with flight towers nearby. On top of that, I noticed how the speed of the airplane hardly even reduced. Again, I don't know the technical details, but it would seem obvious pilots could at least reduce the severity of the impact somehow by slowing down the plane, no?"

It seems the 28 year old co-pilot committed suicide and killed 144 innocent passengers and 5 innocent crew members along with him...
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Let me start off by saying in no way do I support self harm or suicide but he could have done it in an 'easier' way. He could have done it without killing 150 people and ruining thousands of loves. I'm speechless.
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Truly one of the most disturbing stories I have heard...
"Against Barcelona, most of the teams sit deep," Suarez told Kicker. "That was something I had to get used to, even though I am used to the physical battle as a striker.

"But there's little space for my game here. It's more difficult than at Liverpool. Barca's style was a whole new world for me.

"My instincts as a striker were fine from the start but I did not know how to act on the pitch. At first, I did not want to be seen as a selfish player so I thought: 'What will the other guys say to me?'

"So I ended up passing the ball instead of shooting. Over the course of time I dared to shoot again. But I know that I must respect Barca's playing style here."

Suarez laughed off suggestions of a pact at Barcelona to ensure Lionel Messi becomes La Liga top scorer ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.

"That's a weird thing to say," he added. "Messi has even said to me after games: 'I thought that you were going to score yourself, that's why I was not ready for the pass.'

"We offer our excuses a lot when we haven't passed the ball."

Dictator messi jokes would buried under this;-)
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Very refreshing to hear a world class player talking about his struggles at a new club. At least he's open and honest about why he was struggling in the beginning with scoring goals but is now finding his form.

Dictator Messi probably threatened him right when he was signed. "You pass the ball to me! OK?"
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https://twitter.com/UberFootbalI/status/581082487532724225/photo/1

Basically, its MSN who score and Messi alone who is enuf for assists....so we wont bash Don Andres....

wat say guys ?
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I saw a heat map of Iniesta from previous season vs. this season and he is playing much further back this season than in previous ones. Where as he would often play LW and drift into a CAM position before, now he's more of a traditional CM.

All this does is demonstrate our over-reliance on MSN, particularly Messi.
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Iniesta is going through the phase Xavi went through when Pep entered his second year here: he's now a controlling central midfielder, no longer an attacking midfielder. Xavi went through the same evolution.

Players age, there's nothing we can do about it. As much as I'd like to say Iniesta could go on on a high level until he's 38, I realize it's not true. He's regressing, that's clear, but he's still an outstanding player.
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Sheikh Alex bin song !!! XD

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CBBUPx1UUAA_mYC.jpg

BTW Song was also on sky sports la liga revista pundit panel along with Clichy for El clasico :D
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Hi. This may have been discussed before but would you like to keep Alves? How good is he this year?
He been doing great lately,if he continues his form,we would definitely want our board to sign him one more year especially we still doesn't have enough quality in right back side..
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we would be stupid not to offer him an extension given our ban
He has been all over the place this season, but it would be stupid to let him go now
I hope you guys can convince him to stay too cuz I don't think it's a good idea for him to come to EPL now.
So my friend goes to georgetown University and got a chance to meet Lionel Messi and get his autograph. He invited me to take the 3 hour drive there today andf I nearly did, but I had my first day of my other job that pays really good money, and I had a school presentation. I only didn't go because it rained. He then told me a huge mob of people came in so Messi was escorted from practice super early today and the whole Argentina was not allowed to give autographs anymore. Now I don't feel as bad about not driving 3 hours for a picture with Messi.
Ooohhh i woulda driven bro
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Your friend is very lucky, not so many people get the chance to meet Messi.
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I would have driven, too!
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Well the first day he met him was the first day he knew Messi was on Campus just for training though. The second day he was escorted so there was no chance to meet him anymore. I wish I would have known the first day lmao. BTW the kid is a madridsta and always thought Messi was overrated and hated him. After watching him train from about 20 feet away though he told me he was completely mesmerized by his skill


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Primera División Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
68
63
17
80
4
2
22
28
1
64
52
26
78
6
1
21
28
2
60
30
22
52
4
6
18
28
3
59
30
23
53
5
5
18
28
4
55
18
33
51
7
4
17
28
5
49
17
26
43
7
7
14
28
6
44
0
31
31
10
5
13
28
7
39
-6
33
27
11
6
11
28
8
36
-4
37
33
10
9
9
28
9
35
-2
31
29
11
8
9
28
10
35
-17
50
33
15
2
11
28
11
34
-5
37
32
12
7
9
28
12
29
-15
39
24
15
5
8
28
13
28
-12
38
26
14
7
7
28
14
27
-29
52
23
15
6
7
28
15
26
-21
44
23
14
8
6
28
16
25
-19
42
23
15
7
6
28
17
25
-29
52
23
15
7
6
28
18
23
-25
43
18
13
11
4
28
19
18
-26
46
20
16
9
3
28
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
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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