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    $#@!ing Mertens midget scores 4 in one game and people think Loliga is worse at defending even when Messi starts to go crazy

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    Why are we even talking about leagues and what not, how do you go to that when you see insane dribbling like that? CRAZY skill like that is meant to enjoyed not bitch about.

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    There are differences in defending between LaLiga and Serie A. Cannavaro used to say that in Spain, defenders can only count on themselves while in Seria A whole team is defending starting from the attack through the midfield. It could have changed over the years though.

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    http://www.realmadrid.com/noticias/2...paign=organico

    Madrid's transfer ban reduced to one window

    What a joke
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xperd View Post
    http://www.realmadrid.com/noticias/2...paign=organico

    Madrid's transfer ban reduced to one window

    What a joke
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    If i see him now, i will kiss his left cheek for Pjanic, his right cheek for Benatia and prolly a french kiss for Higuain!

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    They coming for Dybala, get ready for another 100mil
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    Before we say it's a joke, do even know why they were banned for? The type of offense it is, if it's less severe then Barca and Atletico enough to be able to appeal it to shorter one.


    I mean the charges against them included Zidane sons, which was ludicrous. I mean how do you ban then for unlawful youth signings and case mainly be about his sons?

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    "Real Madrid will be able to sign players during summer 2017 after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) partially accepted their appeal regarding a transfer ban imposed by FIFA for breaking youth transfer regulations.

    Real announced on their official website that they will still not be able to register any new players during the January 2017 transfer window, but will be able to conduct business as normal next summer.

    In January, FIFA ruled that both Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid had broken international youth transfer rules and would be banned for 12 months from registering any new players -- in the wake of rivals Barcelona serving a transfer ban throughout 2015.

    Barca's appeal to the CAS was unsuccessful and the Catalan club served the punishment in full, but the Switzerland-based court has now "partially accepted" the case made by Madrid's lawyers that their situation was different.

    Real said in a statement: "The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has today informed Real Madrid C. F. of their decision by which they have partially upheld the appeal lodged by the club against the FIFA resolution which imposed a sanction forbidding the signing of players for two transfer windows, reducing said sanction to just one period, corresponding to the January 2017 transfer window

    "The decision highlights the injustice of the original ban imposed by FIFA, although the club regrets that the CAS lacked the courage to revoke the ruling entirely."

    Atletico were found guilty by FIFA of similiar offences and also appealed to CAS -- using a separate legal team and making their own arguments.

    The Estadio Vicente Calderon side have not yet commented on the outcome of their appeal, with AS reporting the club will serve a ban during January 2017 and are then confident of being permitted to sign players next summer."

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    I had watched Barcelona-Espanyol game two times already. Amazing goals.

    1-0, Suarez control is unreal. 2-0 Iniesta and Messi are just magicals. 3-0 Third goal is the uggliest and still a good goals. 3-1 is a very beautiful counter attack. 4-1 is the perfect picture how fast Suares&Messi minds works. The world is too slow for them.

    Anyone who hadn't watched the game, please do It fast
    Next year our goal is treble. What an amazing time to be a Juve Fan

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    If you had to pick one between Ronaldinho and Messi, who would it be?

    Now, forget numbers and awards. We all know Dinho had a short career and Messi has been a solid beast for years.

    I'm talking about talent and individual skill set.

    See, I watch Messi play and there are those moments I'm amazed, he makes it look so easy, his vision, passing, finishing. Or better yet, a video with the highlights of his careers and damn, what a player. I liked his younger version more though, he seemed more daring as a younger player usually is. So many memorable moments in his career.

    But then I watch a Ronaldinho best moments video and I forget about Messi. The guy somehow managed to do the impossible. Coming up with unbelievable dribbling skills that the world never saw before and probably won't ever again. The way he used to embarrass his markers. Just so above everyone else on the entertaining level. The ball was his bitch, literally. He was that star that died quick but shone the brightest.
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    for juve? messi

    he is ideal juve player in terms of skill and image. full of grinta and good boy image,

    ronaldinho is too much flair and fancy. and he chocked in CL final


    he had eto, deco and larsson to help him.

    in brazil he had ronaldo, rivaldo, to help him out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lion View Post
    for juve? messi

    he is ideal juve player in terms of skill and image. full of grinta and good boy image,

    ronaldinho is too much flair and fancy. and he chocked in CL final


    he had eto, deco and larsson to help him.

    in brazil he had ronaldo, rivaldo, to help him out.
    Bro do u even football lol

    You don't have the skill or smarts to properly analyse football games lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    If you had to pick one between Ronaldinho and Messi, who would it be?

    Now, forget numbers and awards. We all know Dinho had a short career and Messi has been a solid beast for years.

    I'm talking about talent and individual skill set.

    See, I watch Messi play and there are those moments I'm amazed, he makes it look so easy, his vision, passing, finishing. Or better yet, a video with the highlights of his careers and damn, what a player. I liked his younger version more though, he seemed more daring as a younger player usually is. So many memorable moments in his career.

    But then I watch a Ronaldinho best moments video and I forget about Messi. The guy somehow managed to do the impossible. Coming up with unbelievable dribbling skills that the world never saw before and probably won't ever again. The way he used to embarrass his markers. Just so above everyone else on the entertaining level. The ball was his bitch, literally. He was that star that died quick but shone the brightest.
    Messi's more complete, but yes. Dinho was probably the most talented player to ever live.

    Messi has way better vision, work ethic, accuracy, etc.

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    for Juve Messi but as neutral fan I'd rather watch Ronaldinho play

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    I would even take fat/retired Dinho over Messi.
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    dinho was pure entertainment. No one comes close.

    Messi is the most effective player probably ever. genius but still not as fun as dinho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr3sh View Post



    I would even take fat/retired Dinho over Messi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    If you had to pick one between Ronaldinho and Messi, who would it be?

    Now, forget numbers and awards. We all know Dinho had a short career and Messi has been a solid beast for years.

    I'm talking about talent and individual skill set.

    See, I watch Messi play and there are those moments I'm amazed, he makes it look so easy, his vision, passing, finishing. Or better yet, a video with the highlights of his careers and damn, what a player. I liked his younger version more though, he seemed more daring as a younger player usually is. So many memorable moments in his career.

    But then I watch a Ronaldinho best moments video and I forget about Messi. The guy somehow managed to do the impossible. Coming up with unbelievable dribbling skills that the world never saw before and probably won't ever again. The way he used to embarrass his markers. Just so above everyone else on the entertaining level. The ball was his bitch, literally. He was that star that died quick but shone the brightest.
    They are both Legends, hard to pick , but dinho was more a wizard with the ball, making some really crazy dribblings and his touch was famous... Messi on the other hand is more a tempo dribbler, his dribblings are the product of his crazy explosiveness with the ball in the first meters.

    Dinho was more fun to watch and in his prime absolute beast, but unfortunately his prime didn't last long, meanwhile Messi is scoring like a freak for almost a decade now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lgorTudor View Post
    I miss him every day and twice on CL days
    that was an awesome goal. Nobody will miss this Goal.

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    Prandelli resigns.I guess Zaza transfer is off now.

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