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How Ramos kept his cool after watching this is beyond me. If I were him I would have literally knocked him out. These are the sort of scum bags that belong in a cage and not a football field.

http://www.footytube.com/video/la-guerra-ramos-mandzukic-que-tuvo-a-gimenez-de-invitado-351354?ref=tchan_ov_vidgrid
Please help my best buddy Stu realize his dream, in going to Berlin to watch Madrid I have known Stu for 19 years and I have never seen him so passionate about they way he is with Real Madrid(go read his story) All i ask is help make his dream come true, Please donate anything you can every dollar, pound, Euro, peso, yen.......ect counts. Hala Madrid, Thanks in advance.

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LOL! You know a guy is pumped up when he's singing to the CL like it were his national anthem :v

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sA7Lrre9bnM
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Well the CL anthem could as well be the official Real Madrid anthem :)
LOLOLOL thats so serious it aint even funny, did James just look over and go what the hell???lolololol
James was like "wtf?"
So what are your thoughts on Illarramendi? Could someone give me some pro's and con's to his play? Don't get to watch many La Liga matches but I've heard he has lots of talent. Probably isn't getting much match time with the stacked midfield you guys have.
He's very average mate,in every department. I could go into details,but avarage is the best word to describe him. We would sell him to you guys very gladly! :P
Like average in the sense compared to the other players your club has in midfield currently? Give us a discount price and we could take him off your hands. He couldn't be any worse than Joe Allen lol
Sadly not compared to our other players,just average in general. You could put any other midfielder from any other first league team in his role,and he would be able to do it without a problem. There is really nothing special about Illarra,except that he plays a back pass the second somebody puts pressure on him lol.
I think that's harsh. Somehow I think Illara would do well in a different team that doesn't put as much pressure as Real. Plus with regular mins I think he'll be able to adapt and be good again.
pejvl,

i think youd see him shine in another team. He has alot of the characteristics of xabi alonso. Especially when he first arrived at madrid. However he hasnt excelled whatsoever.

He is average though. at least right now.
He had a good game against Malaga though.
Average is taking it a bit too far imo. He was great at Sociedad, put him in a team like Arsenal or Liverpool where there's less pressure, he will thrive. If you want to see Illara at his best, watch some of his games in the euros u21.
He's a player for a midtable team,he would be a nice addition to Rayo or Getafe for example. He's going to get massive pressure at Liverpool,especially after the media have been attacking them over bad transfers.

It may sound harsh,but Illarra,IMO, is average at best,I personally even rate him a little below that. The only thing i see similar to Xabi is the way he moves his body. Xabi is a player who takes risks,offensively and defensibly. Illarra is the opposite, he only plays it safe. Sorry guys,I rate him as maybe the worst signing we ever had. My god,40mil, I still don't understand that move...
I completely understand where Pejvl is coming from on this, and I can understand the otherside as well we only had games from tapes and games he played against us. and its not like he dominated us when we played him, he did do well against others and has found a place in national youth squad the mens is yet to be determined and i thnk thats where Pejvl point lies, what did he do against Barca, Us and the top teams of Spain and he has a legit argument.

On the flip side when he gets his s**t together he can be a very solid addition to the squad, but the 1000 000 dollar question is will he break open a game when we need him to?? or come up with a goal out of nowhere in a very important tie?? and I think we know the answer to that...so the question no becomes are willing to have him as a peripheral player which he has become, or do we get someone who can do the same with PERHaPS a better ceiling in Lucas Silva(based on opinions because they are very similiar right now but I really do like Lucas Silva playing style.)or do we upgrade???

And then.. what trumps them all is if Asier Illaramendi wants to go himself is what will determine the actual outcome.
Harsh? Pejvl got it spot on. Illara is not Madrid material and with the amount of talent surrounding him, he still struggles.

He's another Tom Cleverley but with a 32mil price tag.
LOL^^damn RealFan
Buffon vs Casillas!

Pep vs Barcelona!
I'd like to see this as Madrid v Juventus and Pep vs Barcelona.
So much history between our 2 clubs. I'm happy to draw Madrid, the boys always put on a good show and it's always clean and professional. Much respect, and may the best team win.

Ps you can underestimate us if you like, but remember, we wanted to draw you as much as you wanted to draw us :)
+8
"we wanted to draw you as much as you wanted to draw us :)" lol very true amongst many of the fans :)
here's to hoping for a cracker of 2 games cheers :)
I've watch this movie before lets not forget what happen the last time barca faced bayern....it was 1 way train ..bayern molesting barca. i hope the editor changed part 2 for barca's sake.
I've watched this movie before... we wanted dortmund in the semi's, got them, got excited expecting to win, underestimated them, got our asses handed to us in Germany and got knocked out...

Lets focus on our own game
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Juve are beatable, but if they have the lead they will do whatever it takes to protect it. They parked the bus against Monaco.
Juve have the best defense. They won't be as easy as a lot of people expect.
So Juve it is! And don't you dare underestimate the Old Lady,no team has gotten into the semis by accident. Expect a very tough opponent,they can beat us alright,and nobody would be surprised,but we are the favorites in this tie.

Midfield will be crucial in this 2 matches,and that worries me because of our injuries problems,especially the lack of our midfield commander,Modric. And they are very strong in midfield,and let me just mention names like Pogba,Vidal,Pirlo,Marchisio...

Our biggest advantage here will be our attack,mainly Ronaldo. I don't think Juve are capable of shutting him down,not even closely as good as Atleti. I think(and hope) Ronaldo will create a riot in their defense. Also I think bale could be decisive here,him and Ronaldo together could prove to be to explosive for them.

A tough semi finales awaits us,and playing Sevila and Valenica between this will really take all we got. We could lose both competitions in this period,similar to the situation from last year. After beating Atletico in one of the toughest knock out rounds ever,I'm very confidant. Oh, and Morata better be terrible like he was here last season! :)

Hala Madrid!
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Juventus won't get a chance to attack real, they will be put in the kitchen near the heat for the entire game , I don't see juve playing against real, atletico is our nemesis yet even they failed to play any kind of football, even in their own backyard, they just had to keep the bus running at all times. I'm also placing my bet on Sevilla will win this europa league.
Morata wasn't terrible last season... he hardly got to play to be honest... and jese stole the show last season...
Juventus hasn't really been tested that much in the CL this year, their toughest opposition by far was Atletico in the group stages. I know they played Dortmund but they are an ember of the fire they were years before. It will be interesting to see them play one of the top teams in Europe.

They will be a tough nut to crack, but it would come as a huge surprise if they manage an upset.
I want Coentrao to start vs Juve away and Marcelo at home because I'd prefer to have the strongest defense away and strongest attack at home where the players are more comfortable doing.
I think Marcelo plays when he's fit.
Wow!! Bayern vs Barce my oh my oh my. Now this will be much better than their last as there were many issues with their last tie so this time there will be no excuses. Hoping honestly to see great games and if possible that Barcelona will be eliminated because I really don't want to see them with another possible treble with a coach in his first year as Pep did some time back.

Hopefully we'll get most of our injured back and 100% fit, that we could represent again in the final but it's still against a very strong team and if we can approach it like we did vs AM I'm sure we will be in the final.
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Aren't you on weed today?;-) this post does look very sensible..
+8
Because weed makes people sensible.
+9
Now if these Barca fans couldn't just..............

Lolz.
+1
Play nice 4ever or I'll stick you in the naughty corner :)
+2
Oh zilch.he is my best buddy,but I would prefer him more when he is on weed;-)


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Primera División Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
78
70
19
89
4
3
25
32
1
76
67
28
95
6
1
25
32
2
69
35
26
61
5
6
21
32
3
65
31
25
56
5
8
19
32
4
63
21
37
58
7
6
19
32
5
52
14
30
44
8
10
14
32
6
46
-3
38
35
12
7
13
32
7
46
-4
37
33
13
7
13
33
8
42
3
34
37
12
9
11
32
9
42
-1
40
39
12
9
11
32
10
41
-21
59
38
17
2
13
32
11
38
-7
43
36
12
11
9
32
12
36
-17
45
28
16
6
10
32
13
34
-27
54
27
16
7
9
32
14
31
-16
44
28
17
7
8
32
15
29
-30
60
30
17
8
7
32
16
28
-25
52
27
18
7
7
32
17
28
-23
51
28
16
10
6
32
18
25
-36
57
21
15
13
4
32
19
20
-31
52
21
19
11
3
33
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
18
14
2
16
0
0
6
6
1
7
-1
8
7
3
1
2
6
2
5
-4
9
5
3
2
1
6
3
4
-9
14
5
4
1
1
6
4

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