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Latest news: (to keep our minds off yesterdays match where we had the highest turnover number all season)

Lucas Silva arrived in Madrid today with his presentation scheduled for tomorrow at the Bernabeu.

http://futbol.as.com/futbol/2015/01/25/primera/1422193942_649952.html

We continue to add young talent as a loan deal with option has been concluded for Augusto Batalla 18 year old goal keeper from River PLate currently starting for Argentina in the U20 South American Championship.

http://www.marca.com/en/2015/01/24/en/football/real_madrid/1422117788.html
Next 3 games:

vs Sociedad(home)
vs Sevilla(home)
vs Atletico(away)

Great timing to have a mental breakdown Critiano. We can only hope that he doesn't miss Atletico,but it doesn't look promising. He must be feeling disappointed at himself right now.
Trust me you're gunna play much better as a team without Ronaldo
+1
Without the best player in the world and our top assister and goalscorer this season? Yeah,that doesn't make much sense. I just hope the whole team get's together and starts playing good again.
+2
|Pejvl Bavaria actually may have a point, the team not hving to be reliant of looking for the same player will be more distributive of the ball to all players and as a team we may play better together.
+1
We certainly won't play 'better' but our attackig players will have the freedom to play how ever they want. I have 100% trust that Bale will deliver, like he always does when we need him.
Why would we think they cant play better, not like they have been performing so incredibly with Ronaldo, and CR7 has not been 100% for awhile we all see it.
+1
Funny how Mourinho jinxed his game today by taking a jab at Ancelotti.

“The other day a huge club was knocked out of the Cup and the manager said ‘it’s a good thing, it’s perfect for us. Now we can concentrate on other competitions.’ If my team loses to Bradford I wouldn’t say that. I’d say that it’s tragedy,” said the Portuguese coach without actually calling Ancelotti out by name.
+3
Been busy all day at work and during the game I could not believe the match info I was seeing on my phone. I mean did we really play that bad or Córdoba was just that good? I'm really happy with the 3 points and at the end of the day that's all it matters but I'm starting to worry about our performance lately especially now with Ronaldo's red not sure what happened exactly.

My question is, should I watch the full match replay or not worth it?
If you watch the full match,you're going to be so disappointed and frustrated lol. Everybody was bad,and I mean everybody. actually Benzema was the only one who played decently. Marcelo had the worst match of his life. Ronaldo had the worst reaction to frustration.

Overall,Cordoba was playing really good,and we were really really bad. Those were some really hard won 3 points.
If you don't have long nails, I recommend you don't watch...lol.
Long highlights it is lol. Thanks
Rumours of Illara going on loan to Arsenal. What do you guys think? Given the injuries is he surplus to requirements for the season?
+1
He is really not Madrid material. Lucas Silva is coming now,we should offload him now.
+3
He seems like a good guy, but like Callejon, hes just not Madrid material.

edit: wtf happened to my DP?
Callejon is tearing up Serie A by most accounts. Pedro Leon though...
+1
Oh I would take Callejon back,especially since he's basically a striker now. And Realfan,try uploading the picture again,seems like something didn't go right. Also check if the format is comparable.
Callejon is Madrid material through and through. His just not starting material. And since he knew he would never be more than an impact sub at Madrid he made the difficult decision to leave to be a stud elsewhere.

if we give hernandez back to United i would love it if we got Calejon back... though i doubt he would come back to sit on the bench while he's tearing the Serie A apart
Oh come on guys. I really liked Callejon for his attitude towards the club, but his numbers weren't good enough.

2011–12:
Games: 25
Goals: 5

2012-13:
Games: 30
Goals: 3

*In La Liga
yeah Realfan but how many of those games did he actually start in? also... he played nearly all his games on the wing... like Pevjl said.. he is basically a striker now... he's scoring a lot of goals and is involved in nearly every goa napoli score... of course we could go for better strikers but im just saying.. if Carlo would want someone like Hernandez to be a backup for benzema i'd happily take Callejon...
+1
In the early stages of CR7's RM career that I always wondered why rival fans always booed him and lavished Messi,but after today I can understand why he's treated the same by rival player and fan alike. His rubbing of the CWC badge after being sent off was completely unnecessary.
+3
I did not get that gesture. What did that really mean?
ronaldo is treated the way he is treated because he is himself... he cares about his hair, his looks, what he wears, how tight it fits, how many crunches he does a day and it doesnt matter what anyone else says about him... he is that way on and off the pitch and he is not likely to change no matter how many people despise him (which is honestly very few). he has many more lovers than haters.. not many would say they absolutely love Cristiano but even fewer would say that actually hate him.

dont know if anyone else will agree but brushing the CWC badge in front of opposition supporters was brilliant to me.... im only pissed it wasn't vs barca in camp nou lol. he is a true madridista and we are champions of the world and despite a dip in form lately we are still the best team in the world... they are booing you, cussin you out and calling you all kinda things... they didnt like you? ... show em ur the best in the world, playing for the best team in the world , score your goals, win ur titles and show them what they say means little to you.

not everyone will agree with me but i guess its cause im that type of person... if i scored a last minute header in camp nou i'd more than likely mock the FCB faithful cause, well its football... not a religious gathering.. my supporters need to like and support me... if the opposition hates me.. especially for my football.. then im doing my job well.

ill remind you im talking about him brushing the badge.. not the red
+7
I agree da gaz but only after the game is won
Brushing the cwc badge was brilliant? Kinda like asking your opponent how much money he makes when you get into an on field scuffle? It wouldn't matter if he brushed his cwc badge in front of barca fans. Half the barca team has more trophies (including the wc) than cr7.

The reason why messi isn't disliked as much as cr7 is because people appreciate greatness with humility.

Mocking cordoba? Seriously? Their club has a max salary limit of €13m. Perez spends that much money yearly on his morning coffee. He gets frustrated, swings his arm at one guy, then kicks another guy and the on the way out tells everyone, "I just got sent off for being a child and imma double up on that by showing you that I'm an arrogant prick as well." And you think its kinda cool?
+7
You are delirious Dagaza; nearly everyone I know (most of them aren't big football fans) dislike Ronaldo, mainly for his arrogance and poor sportsmanship. The bunch of fans he has are often kids who think it's cool to be arrogant, or genuine football lovers who appreciate his enourmous talent. But for the people who don't really care about football, Ronaldo is hardly different from someone like Floyd Mayweather.
+3
Ronaldo is not arrogant at all. Just because he shouts a lot at himself and his teammates around him doesn't make him an arrogant person. Actually,the main thing people hate about him is his obsession with good looks,new hairstyles and underwear collection. And to fuel that,Cristiano actually care a lot what people think about him.

The best example is Ibrahimovic. Imagine if Ronaldo used some quotas Ibra did? There would be no end of public mocking for Ronaldo,while Ibra would be hailed as a God(witch he actually believes he is). Ronaldo's good looks and his obvious need to show them off is where he get's most of the hate from.

Whistles and boos actually get to him a lot,and he usually uses them to fuel his motivation and shut them up with goals. Yesterday he couldn't do that and his frustration came out in the worst possible form. He was so frustrated that he had to show off the world champion badge,just so he can remind the whole world for witch club he plays,like it was not obvious to everybody else except him. Making things even worst of course.

My conclusion is this: Ronaldo is not arrogant,he is actually very insecure. I think that he's whole life is a battle for respect,but he has this overwhelming moments that will always prolong that quest for him. And to clarify,arrogant or insecure,whatever is your personality,there is no excuses for what he did yesterday. It's was stupid and childish,and he will pay for it now,deservedly.
+1
@Dagaza, What a way to defend malevolence behavior. You say showing your reality is always a good thing? And, you should admire that person cause he does wrong things due to his passion?
Let me tell you that even terrorists are passionate people. They believe in something and they do what they think is right. But, Does that make them admirable in the eyes of others? No.
What Ronaldo's behavior teaches young children who follow him? They learn to be arrogant, pompous and to belittle others. He brushes his badge, he compares his salary to small team players, he kicks and punches. Is that the way a person who many people look up to should behave?
His obsession with his looks? It's called narcissism. You know what is the common trait for narcissists - arrogance.

There was this one time when he said people hate him because he's rich, famous and good looking or something like that. Then he made a remark on the field asking a player from a smaller team how much money he made. If this isn't arrogance I don't know what is.

You could be proud of your achievements and he should be but when you're going around telling people that you're good, it is kind of a dick move. and you're right. He is insecure indeed. I'm not sure why because he had achieved everything that a player can achieve. I'm not sure why being 2nd best is such a big deal to him? Lol
+1
Lol, it would seem Ibra's jokes went a bit above your head Pejvl. In the beginning I didn't understand his jokes either; I thought he was genuinely convinced he was the God-like figure he portrays himself to be. But the better you get to know him, the more you see he's just a joker. He probably thinks highly of himself, but he laughs with himself too by taking his reputation and actual quality five steps further. He's just rarely being serious. And when he is, he's pretty humble. After he left Barça, he said that when he joined the club he was amazed by the modesty and 'normal' behaviour from the players and their skill as players. He said he learned a lot from them as a footballer and as a person. That's Ibra when he's serious. But 99% of the time, he's like a kid, pranking others or joking about himself. He doesn't take himself too seriously.

Ronaldo kicking and flailing at a player because he's playing poorly and because those players probably upset him showed his character. Even worse than losing his temper and the aggressive reaction was that rubbing of the CWC badge; absolutely pathetic and the summum of arrogance. He actually sucked in the CWC tournament too, so he shouldn't be too proud of that trophy. But, I also realize that that's Ronaldo at his worst. He's undoubtedly not like that all the time, and I think he's a pretty decent person.

Like you said, I completely agree he just seems to be one of those people who's very insecure behind the facade of an arrogant star. When he performs poorly and that image of perfection shatters, he too breaks and does stupid s**t. Luis Suárez is the same. But if Suárez gets punished severely for lashing out (in the form of toddler-like biting), so should Ronaldo.
+1
@franky
yeah and ronaldo has more goals than almost the entire barca team... so whats ur point?

@jereon

ur comparing ronaldo to mayweather now? ronaldo's hardly different from this guy?

http://hot97svg.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/floyd-mayweather-strip-club-4.jpg

best just go full our and compare him to Binladin. I wont argue with you on how many people like or hate ronaldo... i dont have any statistics to prove a point so i cant speak of it... i can tell you though that liverpool supporters have applauded ronaldo off the pitch. many EPL supporters, rivals of man united speak well of ronaldo till today and i will remind you he was even cockier in premiere league.

people like who they want and dislike who they want. If ronaldo did half the s**t ibra did, there would be no end... the man says he the best in the world, the greatest of all time and calls himself a God.. and the worst part is he is being serious about it lol... no one cares... why? cause ibra isn't even close to being the best in the world.... bendtner said the same thing.. everyone had a laugh.. no one took him serious... cause everyone knows the only person who thinks he's the world's best is his mother.... Walcott mocks spurs fans showing them the 2-0 lead they have over then and its not cocky.. its not arrogant.. its funny... Neymar blows a kiss to Raul Garcia mocking him and did it as well at the world cup.. nothing wrong with that. but i cant begin to imagine what would have been said had ronaldo dribbled somebody and just given the a wink.. he would have been the most arrogant player alive.

Neuer is one of the cockiest players in football.. mocks his own ex team's supporters when he's beating them... he mocks other players when his team knocks em out... he mocks other balon d or contenders cause he knows he cant win it. nobodoy gives a damn.. but God forbid ronaldo brushes the CWC badge showing that we are champions of the world while supporters cuss him, his mother, his child etc.... ronaldo is a pr*ck and neuer is world class... he isn't labeled as arrogant.. he's labeled as the best keeper at the moment.. why? cause compared to CR7, Neuer is a nobody.

anyone can say what they want but dont let ronaldo say something like "im the world's best player"...he will be slaughtered.. cause everyone knows he can be the world's best as he is at the moment and they know when he hangs his boot, like it or not his name will be put down in the book of legends... so everything he does has to be singled out...

what barca and especially madrid fans need to do is stop expecting ronaldo to change into some sort of humble player who everyone is gonna love.. if he wanted to be that way he would have done it a long time ago. doesn't matter if some dont fully respect his character on the field ( which isn't even a bad character)... like it or not everyone will have to respect him for his football and he's made sure of that.

he didnt point a middle finger to supporters... he didnt go and kick someone in the stands or take the ball and blast it at them... he didnt hold his private parts and show em to the supporters.... he brushed his badge and went to the tunnel... if thats too much for people, the its time they switch to golf.

people like who they wanna like... there's no point in trying to be someone else in order to please them... everyone likes a humble player, but if he's not the most humble, then to hell with it.. watch him for his football and if that doesn't please the person neither than just shouldn't watch him.
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@Messidor

thats silly... thats like me saying, barcelona players raising their hands and showing high 5 in front of madrid players to mock them, Neymar blowing opposition players kisses when they foul him or he dribbles them, messi kissing the barcelona crest in front of the madrid supporters teaches children to belittle others and rub victory in the face of losers... dont be silly.

+2
Has more goals than "almost" the entire team? Lol The keyword is "almost". You're not going to win a pissing match with barca. Nor is cr7. You said in your original post that you'd love to see cr7 rub his cwc badge in from of barca supporters. The point is barca team members have more cwc badges, ucl trophies, la liga trophies, ballon d'ors than cr7. So it doesn't make sense to show off in front of barca fans. It's like you buy a 50' yacht to show off and the other person has 200 feet yacht.

So after you score a goal you put a finger on your lips to shush the opponent crowd. That's all fine. But when you've been just red carded for being a coward on the field then you don't get to show you're a big guy. At that moment you're basically a bully who just got schooled by a bunch of part time footballers. It's really not the same and I'm not sure why you can't understand something so simple?
+1
@Dagaza, you are very good at trying to be smart. And, there are your supporters to like your post to make it look good.
But, the truth is you just failed again. You are comparing Ronaldo rubbing badge after getting a red card after kicking and punching player to kissing crest after scoring goals.
And, did I anywhere say if any Barcelona player act like what Ronaldo did yesterday is acceptable?
And, you are suggesting Ronaldo did right thing because other players also do such things (although I haven't seen any Barcelona players kicking and punching and boasting how much they make)?
Do two wrongs make a right?
I think you are being silly dude.
Right, I'm sorry, I was completely wrong.

Ronaldo is perfect, I will commit honourable subaru for not thinking he was.
+2
@Jeroen ^ I see autocorrect got you too lol

@Dagaza In other circumstances maybe your argument would pass muster, but this is not it. The kissing the badge was not directed at anyone booing him, it was directed at the referee and the opponents. It wasn't "I'm above your criticism", it was more like "I'm above the rules of the game". Anyway this doesn't make Ronaldo bad or anything, but this was a weak moment, and I don't think his teammates appreciated his action or his response.
Also everybody remember not to insult each other... I can see this getting out of hand.
Anyone notice that our game is going in the opposite direction to Barca's game as they seem since the turn of the year to be unstoppable. They've just put 6 past Elche, wouldn't surprise me if we struggled against them and guess who's the main architect for the devastation. Is it me or does Messi since CR7's last two BD'O that he always steps waaay up to signal you gave it to the wrong guy. My God 6-0!! Those were the stats we were posting and now we look like we're playing blindfolded.
+1
To be honest, barca played an average game. Defense made several mistakes which elche didn't capitalize on. The game got away from them in 10 mins of brilliance from neymar and messi. Anyway that's why we love this game, don't we? Things can change at any point during the season which makes it so exciting.
+1
Thank you for clearing that one out for us all franky..lol.
However, id rather we play an average game and win 6-0 haha
The red card played a big role in the margin of victory. I agree with Franky, this was really a 3-0 performance. Good but not nearly as good as the scoreline suggests.
+1
As Realfan mentioned below, Bale bailed us out...again! Every team should be afraid when they play a final of whatever competition and this man is in the team.

+3
I rate him higher than Ronaldo for that exact reason. No offense.
Ronaldo is a match winner just like him,he did it countless times already. This 2 are the ones that we call upon when needed,and one of them rise most of the times. lately you could put Ramos in that category as well.
Thanks for the new display picture :)
Great shot, but wish he would cut his damn hair!
@MessiDor
In that case Messi is nowhere near Iniesta. Just my opinion.
+2
@Sensputhukulam
Cool man. Your opinion is surely admirable.
SO this is what led up to CR7 losing his cool, no excuse but the things as fans we get to see after the fact. Also the first penalty if you watch the replay hits Ramos stomach before it hits his arm.

http://futbol.as.com/futbol/imagenes/2015/01/24/album/1422122884_668329_1422124157_album_grande.jpg

Looks like two bouncers about to toss someone out of the club. Linseman doesnt see that though but the handball he calls.
+4
Yeah that should have been a clear penalty. But still,there are no possible excuses to justify what he did after that. He must feel so stupid right now. Not to mention how devastated he'll be now that he has to sit in the stands and not play.
Not debating, but that's nothing.. Messi faces such things in almost every match, just another day for him. Being a pro footballer, you have to keep your calm.
Again Messi Umair. No one is justifying anything, there's no need for Barcelona fans to constantly say "well Messi wouldn't do that."
+6
Well Uma, Messi couldn't keep calm when he blasted the ball infront of the Bernabeu fans. What kind of pro footballer you talking about?
+3
Hey guys, I have never seen Lucas Silva play. How does he play? And what position? And what are the chances of him getting playing time?
He's a CM/DM. I don't know much about him other than YouTube videos, perhaps a Brazilian league follower or someone who has seen him can help.


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Primera División Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
48
48
16
64
3
0
16
19
1
47
45
9
54
3
2
15
20
2
44
21
19
40
4
2
14
20
3
39
13
17
30
3
3
12
18
4
38
18
17
35
3
5
11
19
5
38
16
17
33
4
5
11
20
6
31
2
20
22
6
4
9
19
7
27
-2
26
24
7
6
7
20
8
23
-7
29
22
8
5
6
19
9
23
-15
36
21
11
2
7
20
10
22
-4
24
20
8
7
5
20
11
21
-3
21
18
8
6
5
19
12
19
-10
25
15
10
4
5
19
13
18
-14
30
16
8
9
3
20
14
18
-17
33
16
10
6
4
20
15
17
-13
27
14
10
5
4
19
16
17
-23
41
18
11
5
4
20
17
16
-13
30
17
11
4
4
19
18
16
-22
35
13
10
7
3
20
19
15
-20
33
13
9
9
2
20
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

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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

In the Real Madrid Forum

by Chelo
3 comments
3 comments
1 comments
1 comments
10 comments

In the Stands

1 comments
1 comments
1 comments
3 comments
by SKool
6 comments

   
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