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Got a feeling that Kroos will score his first goal for us tomorrow :D

Good luck to our boys, hoping for no injury to any of the players.

Hala Madrid!!!
Xabi has been amazing for Bayern from day one... its gonna be so hard beating that team...
Xabi :( breaks my heart hes gone
Well, he wanted to leave. It hurts, but we were looking for his replacement for a while now. First with Sahin, then Illara and now it looks like its Kroos.
We're still looking to replace Xabi Alonso as well hahaha.
Xabi breaks the hearts of whoever he is leaving... Dat manly beard...
Bayern thrashing Roma.
Wow Bayern demolishing Roma 0-3 after 26M whole different level.
"The Ballon d'Or tends to go to a player who has performed exceptionally well at the World Cup, someone who won it," Platini told BeIN Sports. "So this year it should be for a Germany player. It was always that way until 2010 when Leo Messi won despite having a fairly average World Cup, so nothing is for certain."


Depressing really. No cr7 favoritism here but to ignore about 70% of a players season and focus on only the 30% ( generous saying 30) of the season to decide who is best is a great idea lol
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Platini seems to have forgotten taht this is an individual award and not a collective one. And besides, the World Cup is not as nearly important as it was some years ago,now we have the Champions League that is miles stronger and more competitive tha the WC. But then again, Platini is the guy who wanted to suspend Ribery for retiring from the national team lol
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is the world cup even 12% of a season
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Oh mate Pejvl, aren't you same person who was saying Sneijder should've won in 2010? lol
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^
No I wasn't,sorry. Better luck next time lol
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Yeah I don't think any German player deserves the Ballon D'or for winning the world cup. I mean winning the WC should give your chances a boost, not be the only deciding factor.
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Don't worry bro.. Once again Ronaldo will mock president on pitch, once again banners will be shown in Bernabau, media will be involved and Ronaldo will win it! :)
who gives a f%§k about Ballon d' Or anyway??
ribery's wife...

:p :p :p
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I think wc is important, im not trying to stir anything up and balon d oro should mean something. I mean i think it discredits the winners when you have people like platini in oversight.

Well if the World Cup had half of the importance Platini stated, then Messi should NOT have won in 2010. Either Xavi, Iniesta or Sneijder should have.

The era where the World Cup pretty much determined who gets Ballon D'or is over. This is Messi and Ronaldo we're talking about; 2 of the greatest football players of ALL time.
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Here's a 1 minute video that shows how the Madrid media fabricates stories. This time, Messi x Lucho. http://youtu.be/RA_PumPtPeA

i wanted to show how madrid media lies and madrid fans shouldn't listen to them example - casillas stories.

the same is done by many other media not just madrid but this is an example. (barca media lies about ronaldo too)
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So what is this supposed to show? It's just a video of Messi and Enrigue gesturing,seems like Enrique wanted to sub him off but Messi said he's ok. Where does it point to the Madrid media,it's just a random Youtube clip?

I guess the story is Messi refused to get subbed off,witch could even be true looking at that video,but who cares. Messi's influence in Barca isn't really something new.
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Dhockey - You start with a provocative phrase (Madrid media lies!) then offer a weasel reason to show you're not trolling (Casillas). It's possible you're not trolling, but if so, you should watch what you say. There are a hundred ways of saying the same thing which are not trollish.
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About the video - Messi didn't refuse, because Luis Enrique didn't order him. The video suggests Luis Enrique is saying "maybe think about resting? I think it's a good idea but it's upto you" and Messi hilariously going "yeah yeah coach brb".
Marca saying Messi turned his back on Luis Enrique when he asked him to be subbed off. In fact, he gave a thumbs up
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@Tanmay how did i say anything wrong. madrid media is hated by many madrid people themselves. just like we think our media lie to us they think that too. STOP being offended by everything.

i haven't said anything wrong, while many of you have accused me of so many things.
^you can post barca forum if it's related to barca.you aren't a troll like real fan mentioned,but I see they aren't enjoying your comments,so why bother to come here?
If you're talking about Marca then don't waste you're time. Wanna know something surprising? Their biggest target is Real Madrid themselves. The amount of garbage they post about Madrid is hilarious. They are supposed to be a Madrid based newspaper but they are far from it. They just need to sell papers and that includes targeting anything and anyone.
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Dhockey, your mistake was generalizing the entire Madrid media based on a video footage from 2 media networks based in Catalonia.

TV3 is situated mainly in Catalonia, and La Sexta, while considered a nationwide station, has its headquarters in San Sebastian and Catalonia.

CNN and FOX News are American TV networks that have the debilitating effect of increasing the frequency of anti-Russian and Islamophobic mentalities through their use of propaganda, misleading information, and at times, blatant lies. Should we generalize the whole of America? Would be misleading to do so based on the aforementioned cancers.
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Madridista's are already aware of what MARCA is capable of. However, for what its worth, I would like to say that they've improved when it comes to reporting Real Madrid based news. The real internal danger is AS.
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@Dhockey

Mate, please don't be defensive, because I haven't accused you of anything yet. Please listen to what I'm saying with an open mind.

A lot of people on this page don't trust your intentions. They can't make out if you are a troll or not. You can respond to this is two ways. Both are fine with me.

(1) Gain their trust, prove you're not a troll, make some real friends on this forum, and then you can say what you like.

(2) Post comments like these on the Barca forum, not the Madrid forum.

What you CAN'T do is post stuff here that annoys people. You say "I didn't say anything wrong". Well, read my old post again. I told you that the manner in which you phrased your comment was the problem, not the comment itself.

Do you understand me? And can I trust you to watch what you say?
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Following from the earlier discussion regarding modding of this site, since it's a serious subject.

RealFan
(Real Madrid)
15 hours ago
"Whatever man. We need a badass like yourself to take control of this chat."

Someone call for a badass? I'm pretty sure everybody across the site by now knows I won't tolerate people being dickheads. But in saying that, you need to realise something RealFan. This website is somebody's BUSINESS. That means mods are given criteria to follow, one of those is that banning is a last resort. We do everything we can to reform somebody first, how do you expect a site to grow if you ban 9 out of 10 users that create an account? Do you know how many new accounts are created per day? About 25. Do you know how many of those new users actually post on the forums? 1 or 2 if we're lucky. Without users on the forums, this site is dead in the water and we're always aware of that. That doesn't mean that we tolerate idiots cos some people definitely deserve a ban, it just means that we follow our mantra handed down from Lee and Araz, to do our best to ensure as many new contributing members to the forums as possible. That involves some toleration of new members who might need a hard kick to get them in line and familiar with the do's and dont's of the site. I'd rather give them that probation period to bed in, rather than boot a potentially good member.

A little education can do wonders on some people. I haven't seen Dhockey troll since first joining the site so I say let bygones be bygones. Some of you may remember a few years ago, a MASSIVE rivalry between myself and Snitch aka Martinify. After a long saga of despising each other, he was banned and several months later, allowed back on the site. We are now friends, because we simply manned up and got the f**k over it, admitting our past pettiness.

MY 1st POST I ever made after joining the site was to tell a Liverpool fan named Jawn(didn't know he was a mod!) to BUGGER OFF from the Arsenal page while people were lamenting a loss and he wasn't being very compassionate. The warning from him is still there, on page 1 of my comment wall. Do you think I'm an ok user? Or do you feel that Jawn should've simply banned my ass straight off the bat for the one and only comment I've ever had deleted on this site?

Now I'll also add, if anybody suspects another user of being someone on a second account, let me know on my wall and I will check for you, because this is helpful to us. I caught and banned Ekoj pretty fast didn't I?

Any queries, bring it on. Shoot straight, no decor, you'll only get an honest response from me. Ask here or on my wall, I don't mind. I'm used to flak headed my way, I've taken up the enforcer post on this site.

And the reason why there's no "Madrid mod" as you call it(we are mods of every page actually, not 1 team, hence the "footytube staff" next to my name), is because there's no suitable candidate just yet. We have 2 in mind but it is not time yet. We are already bringing in 3 new mods who will be active across multiple pages.

Btw read the Status Appeals pages if you think we're too soft, you might get a shock. Ratboi is now banned on sight just so you know(I don't even fill out a ban report anymore, I just click) and as for how many users I've personally banned? Mate that could take awhile to mention.
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You will always have differing opinions regarding the moderator role and who one feels has the capacity to actively and responsibly carry out their respective moderator duties.

For example, while I've read valid claims from both you and Realfan on what is and isn't appropriate, there are also areas I don't particularly agree with. I have a completely different viewpoint in mind.

There is a way to lessen the risk associated with electing a new moderator, and damage can be controlled if the right policy is implemented. I could go into detail about it, but I think you already have an idea of what I have in mind.
I do and I agree only in part with said system. Personally I am much more interested in revamping the site guidelines and creating a new disciplinary model that is fair across the board and more themed to the site also.
whats up with the american football stuff on the front page?
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^ Matt said he'll deal with today, should be gone soon
It's all gone Evexo, the development team have removed certain sites from the crawler :)
Apparently Ronaldo has never scored at Anfield...
That won't last much longer
+1
Madrid has never won at Anfield either...this is chance to break that streak and to light it up, I am sure the boyz are pumped as hell for this match!!!
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This could potentially be embarrassing for Liverpool. They better step up to the occasion... a battering would mean self-belief would be shot for the rest of year as far as the CL is concerned.
anything could happen, Madrid haven't beaten L'Pool at anfield, RM will want revenge
L'Pool will press Madrid in the opening minutes
both teams ain't the greatest at defending, there'll be plenty of goals
I kinda have a feeling our guys have they're minds set on El Clasico already,just like us fans. We might see Carlo rotate a bit even thou Bale and Ramos(probably) are already out of the clash. I'm excited for the game,but still my main hope is that we rest as much players as we can for the Clasico.

On the other hand you have a struggling Liverpool that is desperate for a lift in confidence. I think they are going to play this game like it's a CL finale,and not to mention that Anfild has waited a long time for a big opponent in the CL. So when you take all this into account, I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss them.
While I'm not as optimistic as some of the Madridista's, I would like to point out that Real Madrid's record at Anfield isn't very telling. After all, they've only played in that venue on one occasion if I'm not mistaken, making it a statistically irrelevant figure.
i dont think we will win comfortably... thats if we manage to win the game at all in England... at home i believe we can get our Revenge but the champions league is the champions league and most times teams that arent donig too well domestically bring their A game to CL.... take dortmund as an example
While I would like nothing more than to see Real Madrid make their presence felt in England, there are more pressing matters that should be addressed.

Should Real Madrid falter in Merseyside, they are still likely to progress through to the next round. Silencing Barcelona will prove to be a significant event as it would lessen the gap between the two clubs to a single point. Losing to Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu means a 7 point gap and demoralization with it.

This is not to say Liverpool should be underestimated. I haven't paid attention to them this season, but from what I gather, they still have a very potent attack force.

If Real Madrid are to score the first goal at Anfield, a more conservative tactic should be implemented to reserve energy and prevent possible injuries.

Real Madrid shouldn't look to control the game. They should focus more so on controlling Liverpool. The latter isn't necessarily the same as the former. To control the game would implicate a method relying heavily on possession, ball retention, etc. By controlling Liverpool I'm referring to forcing them into a state of sterile possession. Close down their passing lanes, frustrate their designated goal-scorers, neutralize their off-the-ball movement in dangerous areas, and prepare for transitions in order to make the most out of dispossessions.

Who knows, if the team is doing a good job, they can get an insurance goal, and that would be huge during the rest of the night.
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WTF is wrong with BALE?? Guy plays in and out for us, goes off to ntnl team and comes back unavl for us in UCL and League. Is this pay-back for CDR and UCL??
he's always been a bit injury prone. he's fast as hell and has crazy stamina, always bombing up and down the flank, putting a lot of tension and strain on his body with his explosive and surging runs..so he's been plagued with muscle injuries every now and then.
Bale is ruled out of the Liverpool match and probably out of Clasico as well. I don't mind him not playing against Liverpool, but it's a huge loss for us in the Clasico. Also add to that list Ramos,who is still doubtful for both matches. At least we're covered good in his position with Pepe and Varane. On the other hand,we're probably use James as a winger instead of Bale. Without Bale,our counterattack doesn't look that scary against Barca.
This is no bueno. Bale is needed to free up defenders usually committed to ronaldo
I would disagree with this. I think defensive effort would be imp in this game and bale hardly tracks back. Isco and james are a better fit. Just my opinion.

I might be biased since i dont like bale's game
+3
Ffs man.. Why does this kinda stuff always happen in big games? ...

edit: well, looks like Isco will get his chance against Liverppol AND Barcelona.
+1
Yup this is a pretty good chance for Isco to solidify more minutes and show that on the big stage he can make a difference.
Call me whatever you want but I'm actually more scared of Isco than I am of Bale. I'm not saying Isco is better but I would rather have Bale on the wing than Isco face us in the middle.
Our midfielders performance in the classico will make or break us and while,id like to agree with you sanchez( for me isco is like your iniesta, the x factor) bale has torn barca up before and poses a great threat to your defense with his pace
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could Jese feature in the classico
or is he injured
No Jese is still about a month away from getting back into the side.
relax look at Arsenal's injury list and no one will complain lol


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22
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7
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19
7
8
15
1
1
6
8
2
18
21
9
30
2
0
6
8
3
17
10
7
17
1
2
5
8
4
17
7
7
14
1
2
5
8
5
14
5
7
12
2
2
4
8
6
13
2
11
13
1
4
3
8
7
12
-1
8
7
2
3
3
8
8
11
-1
12
11
3
2
3
8
9
10
-6
12
6
4
1
3
8
10
9
-1
10
9
3
3
2
8
11
9
-2
10
8
3
3
2
8
12
9
-2
9
7
3
3
2
8
13
8
-7
12
5
4
2
2
8
14
7
-8
19
11
5
1
2
8
15
5
-4
13
9
5
2
1
8
16
5
-7
12
5
5
2
1
8
17
5
-11
18
7
5
2
1
8
18
5
-16
20
4
5
2
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8
19
4
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13
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4
4
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8
20
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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
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22

UEFA Champions League Table

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5
2
7
0
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2
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1
3
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5
2
1
0
1
2
2
3
0
2
2
1
0
1
2
3
0
-2
4
2
2
0
0
2
4

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