2013-2014 UEFA Champions League season

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  1. ThePhilosopher

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    Fellani was the worst player on the pitch in the ManU-Bayern quarterfinal:



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    These are all his aerial duels:



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    What role does a 6ft+ non-white have in football if it cannot head the ball?:suspicious:


    And here,ALL his Forward passes in the game:




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    Pathetic,just pathetic.
     
  2. ThePhilosopher

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    And the best gif of this week:


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    Alaba trying to dribble like Ronaldo/Hazard/Robben.

    Leave it to them,little David,for the sake of your own safety:pound:.


    I hate it when every single commentator bemoans the fact that Austria didn't qualify for the World Cup,meaning the true Austrain,Hitler's heir,Alaba wouldn't be able to show-off such^^ 'talents' in Brazil.:yell:

    "The World Cup has failed Alaba".
     
  3. frederic38

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    --> manchester united (5 non-whites, giggs counted as non-white) vs bayern munich (2 non-whites):

    fellaini was the big failure of the game as said above
    everyone is talking about it, even belgians: http://www.7sur7.be/7s7/fr/1767/Lig...assacre-apres-un-match-catastrophique.dhtmlhe has cemented himself as an arab flop
    manchester didn't need this in addition to the asian flop kagawa, van persie's injury, and black clowns like wellbeck

    1-1, it's a positive result for bayern munich with the away goal, although manchester avoided being humiliated

    -->barcelona (2 non-white brazilians) vs atletico madrid (3 non-whites: 1 turk, 2 brazilians)

    diego ribas scored an incredible goal but i can't find a replay where they show his control before the shot

    iniesta did great pass on the second goal of the game:

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    1-1 but atletico madrid is in better position as they scored the away goal
     
  4. frederic38

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    gareth bale scored against dortmund, despite being injured at the start of the season and coming in a new club, he has more goals than benzema, the "goal scorer", in champions league, and 17 goals in all competitions, with many assists ( he has the most assists in la liga with koke and fabregas)

    for all the antiwhites who were talking about how real madrid did a dumb move by buying him
    they sold ozil the marketing player for a lot of money, kept dimaria (who is turning into one of the best players in the team), and got bale

    they should talk about benzema's wage (he's the 4th best paid player in the club) and how he fails to turn into the "galactic" player he was suposed to be when he was bought

    dortmund started aubamyang(black) instead of lewandowsky but i think that it was because he was suspended
    well, he's not lewandowsky
    he missed a goal scoring oportunity and was pretty useless
     
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    PSG's pastore (white) is criticised a lot in france because he was bought for a lot of money (actually his price tag includes a part of sirigu's transfer) but last season he scored against barcelona and now he scores a very important goal against chelsea despite ahving very few playing time this season:



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    meanwhile, the black/mixed brazilian lucas moura never gets criticised while he never scores, and has zero intelligence, he runs fast but he doesn't know where he's trying to go
    he was bought at an insane price for such a young player (40 millions)
     
  6. ThePhilosopher

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    Diego's goal:



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    Well,the jews at Manu helped drive that price tag up.....they bid 25m for him!:nono:

    Like you say,he just runs fast....oh and his hairline resembles that of a 40 year old.:eek:
     
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  7. ThePhilosopher

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    He's the best in the world bar Ronaldo/Messi.
    He's in a club including Hazard,Suarez,Aguero,Iniesta(& Ramsey,Di Maria on their most recent showings).



    They're the scum of this earth.



    Here are his shots:


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    And here his attempted dribbles:


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    And he did not win a single header or find a teammate with a single cross.:lol:
     
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    I concur,a better goalie would've saved it.
    But Valdes isn't that guy,i fear...and he's leaving this summer anyways.I'm always puzzled by Barca's selection of goalies.

    Valdes' status there is still understandable because of the fact that he's a La Masia graduate,but Pinto's role as the #2 always looked crazy.

    Its especially crazy considering the number of excellent goalies plying their trade at mid-table teams in Serie A/Bundesliga/La Liga.


    The depth of goalkeepers in those leagues is so good that
    I would take the #4 goalkeeper of Spain/Germany/Italy over England's #1.

    Seriously:

    #4 for Spain probably translates to De Gea,behind Casillas,Reina,Valdes...in that order.
    (And this without counting Diego Lopez who's now Real's #1:shocked:)

    I'd take him over Joe Hart.


    #4 for Spain probably translates to Morgan De Sanctis(who's now Roma's #1),behind Buffon,Marchetti,Sirigu...in that order.

    I'd take him over Joe Hart.


    #4 for Germany probably translates to Marc-Andre Ter Stegen(who's now Monchen Gladbach's #1),behind Neuer,Weidenfeller,Adler...in that order.


    I'd take him over Joe Hart.
     
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    i'm not a big fan of the spanish goalkeepers, they are as bad as the english ones usually
    the best are french (non black ones), italian and german goalkeepers
    the germans might be the best out of these 3 countries right now

    the spanish goalkeepers all have obvious weaknesses
     
  11. ThePhilosopher

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    A long rant about goalies.


    I think you're being a little harsh.
    Sure German,Italian,French are better in general.

    But really every other country other than those three would give away half their territory to have the roster of keepers at Spain's command!


    Also,while you're right that all of them have some obvious weaknesses.......who apart from France/Germany/Italy have a better keeper than Casillas(and that after Lloris being a bit shaky recently....though that has to do with playing behind a defence with three blacks:yuck:...the horror)?

    The Dutch #1 is playing for a team about to get relegated from the EPL(partly because of the Caste system which meant his talent was never acknowledged).

    The Czech's Petr Cech while still good,is now a shadow of his former self and will soon be replaced by a man who will feature in this post.


    The powerhouses of Brazil,Argentina haven't had a decent keeper for ages!

    England haven't had a keeper of note since the Arsenal great David Seaman.


    I can't think of one other than Belgium with Thibaut Courtious....maybe Poland at a stretch with Szczesny....that's it,really.
     
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    I would agree, but goes even deeper. There is a general tendency in "modern football" to neglect, even ignore defence. This is especially visible in the most "global" league of them all - the English Premier League (hence the quality of the goalkeepers there is lower) - but also other leagues and competitions are following suite. It goes back to very young age when kids are simply not tought how to defend, man-mark, tackle etc. or are tought very little about these elements of the game (and tactics also) because "it's boring". It fits into the trend of trying to change football/soccer and make it more of a high scoring game that caters to the short attention span of today's populations, damaged by too hyperstimulation. Football must compete with trash-TV, videogames, hyperventilating "action" movies, frivolous smart-phone apps etc. They tried to do it in the 70s when they tried to "americanize" the game by abolishing offsides, making goals bigger etc. and it didn't work. Now they are trying to do it in this underhanded, loopsided way.
    That's why I like the somewhat decadent Serie A, as their style of play is still pretty conservative. Anyway, that's the trend I see.
     
  13. frederic38

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    there are a lot of goalkeepers better than casillas
    casillas is like a black goalkeeper, he has great reflexes, but that's it
    he can't get the ball on corner kicks etc

    white brazilian murara neto was excellent last time i saw him, during napoli-fiorentina
    he should be brazil's goalkeeper, but he's young
     
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    very true
    that's also why i watch the french league even with all the black clowns, because it's funny, and the style of play is very conservative
     
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    Lukaku's agent in Spurs talks


    Jews buying useless blacks at inflated prices,and promoting them over whites.
     
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    Well,he did prepare well enough:



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    The new fancy haircut would've racked up his price tag by a few millions,I guess:suspicious:.
     
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    Maroune Fellani - the biggest flop in the Premier League?


    Everyone up and down Europe has been on the case:



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    According to the British press Mourinho is counting on Samuel Eto'o to turn things around for Chelsea tonight against Paris St Germain. If Mourinho starts a supposedly hurt Eto'o over Torres that would be quite an insult to the Spaniard.
     
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    etoo starts...
     
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    I don't understand why such a good player like Schurle it's not in the game from the begining.
     
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    Well,he came on and was the best player on the pitch.
    But Willian can never be dropped!

    He's a black player.
     
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    Haha,anyone who knows a muslim won't be surprised.

    Will Laurent Blanc be axed?
     
  24. ThePhilosopher

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    I posted this in another thread a few days ago:

    ....and Koke scores the decisive goal in the Quarterfinals to send Atletico through:


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    This guy is Xavi's true heir,not Cesc.
     
  25. frederic38

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    i couldn't see the goal very clearly but i think that he shoots the ball partly with his tibia
    the ball went very high, it almost went over the bar, which is incredible considering how close to the goal he was
    in other terms, i think that he had no control in his shoot, so he was lucky to score, otherwise it would have been one of the worst miss ever considering the importance of the goal

    as for PSG, they just need to get whiter
    tiago silva has been exposed
    get atleast a white central defender alongside him and then give him all the praise but get at leat a white central defender

    lucas moura is one of the worst flops ever, and cavani is overrated, what a surprise
     

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