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Soccer • Football • Voetbal • Fútbol • Calcio • Futebol - 2012-2013 Thread (Including EURO2012)

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by El Argentino, May 22, 2012.

  1. the shah

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    sup idfnl

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  2. the shah

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    cr kissed the crossbar with that fk :eek:
     
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  3. El Argentino

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    Morata doing so well. Really impressive.
     
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    And a post-game yellow+red for Valdés. Keep it classy, Barça.

    And before Shah jumps, Ramos got away with it.

    EDIT: That's the first win in the Bernabéu against Barça in what, like 5 years? 2008? Awesome.

    ...AAAAAAAAAAAND cue the Franco-esque "Hala Madrid" as the teams leave the field. :)
     
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    his way down before reaching ramos, whether there was contact or not. and when you're falling and manage to simultaneously look at the ref it's pretty obvious ....
     
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  6. El Argentino

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    Nice - I retract my slam on Ramos then :thumbs-up:
     
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    .....yeeeeeeeeah..... stuff like that can be scary.

    But, money has to come from somewhere, and frankly it's only inevitable that football collapses down in on itself (what with the world financial crisis, Europe plummeting into the abyss, etc), but this would definitely stave it off for a few years. The business isn't good for making money, so sell now while a profit stands to be made and leave the next owner holding the bag.
     
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    Hadn't noticed offhand, but looks like he's put a few kilos back on.

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    That's no penalty. That's Barcalunia whining.

    I watched both ties, the Copa and this one and Madrid owned them in both games. Credit JM for putting Ronaldo in to try and win the game, OMG that free kick was almost spectacular.

    Pepe was fantastic. Michael Essien was horrid, I'm amazed he played 90. And that Verane kid can fucking play.

    The whole Barca team was at 6s and 7s. Anyone else notice that Barca is trying to be more direct lately? It's not working. 2 losses to Madrid and 1 to Milan, hmm. They need to go back to boring us to death by endlessly passing sideways and backwards. I loved watching the Barca teams with Eto'o and Ronaldinho, this one is just boring.
     
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    2-0 Spurs..

    Bale..
     
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    please , not you too ... he was given a clear through ball due to crap defending and had a 1v1 anything but a goal would have been pathetic
    speaking of which he had the opportunity to kill the game and skied the ball from 3 yards away

    2-1 thanks to bale heading into his own goal

    lennon with match winner, hopefully helping to usher wenger out of a job !
     
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    I don't feel very good right now.
     
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    :nodding:

    #3 baby
     
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    Work mate of mine was messaging me thinking this would be another turning point game like last year when Tottenham tumbled out of top four and Redknapp got sacked. No, they're missing a couple of players to pull that off this year.
     
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    Ronny at Old Trafford tonight.

    Dortmund v Shaktar, 2 solid matches.
     
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    Dortmund/Shaktar would be a fantastic match to watch. Unfortunately it's competing for a time slot against the biggest match in the world. :(
     
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    Rooney starts on the bench

    Jose thinks Higuain will be useful lol

    edit: higuain first shot miles wide, it'll be another 20 before he starts getting them on target
     
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    I want Madrid to make it to the quarterfinals, but that red card was total BS. WTF did the referee saw? It wasn´t an intentional hit by Nani at all. No way did it merit an expulsion.
     

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