arab influence in real madrid

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  1. frederic38

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    well he's 3rd because barcelona and real madrid score so many goals
    it could also be suarez in his place but he barely played this season because he was suspended for months for that bite against italy
     
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    Now that Suarez is back,everyone can clearly see that he's Messi's real partner in crime and not Neymar.
     
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    another example today:

    after getting a new japanese sponsor, chelsea could sign a japanese striker
    in the media they tell the truth and ask how much of this possible transfer is due to legit talent and if they are interested in a japanese player because they have a japanese sponsor and target asian audiences

    yet they never say anything about real madrid's policy of seducing middle eastern/muslim fans and the signing of benzema
     
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    they need to change something because right now, 2 players are allowed to do zero defensive work or close to zero: benzema and ronaldo
    bale is forced to play very wide and defend a lot
    that's not what you want from a player that you paid 100 millions for, and that is talented enough to win titles (the champions league and the spanish cup last year)

    something has to change before next season, either benzema will play less or leave the club, because i don't see bale in that role for another year
     
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    Benzema should be thrown out and a new goalkeeper is also a must.If ManU play spoilsport and they cannot get De Gea now,they must not wait for another year and instead go grab the best keeper they can find in Germany(barring Neuer,of course).Also two Center-backs who can actually defend must be acquired.Laurent Koscielny at Arsenal should be perfect,and maybe Dortmund could be persuaded to part with one of their two excellent CB's for the right amount of cash.
     
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    Yes, I wonder how come no one snatched up Matts Hummels from Dortmund, a team that is fast falling apart and loosing its best pieces. He would be a great catch for Real, but also for Barca. Regarding goalkeepers, the best ones are really not for sale (Neuer, Curtois), and I was never really convinced about De Gea. If I was Real, I would try to bring Lloris from Tottenham.
     
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    Well,maybe that's because Diego Simeone and Mourinho aside,no other manager at a top club takes defending seriously nowadays?Hummels and Subotic should walk straight into any team on the planet today.



    Well true Neuer and Courtois are on a different level altogether,with only each other for company.Those two aside though,shotstoppers don't come better than De Gea and his Spanish nationality will be of immense value to Real.And I believe the lad can,with time,be counted amongst the world's best.

    But yes,overall,Lloris is way better than De Gea,and at his peak,and probably the best goalie out there,leaving aside the aforementioned Neuer and Courtois.He should be the logical choice for Real.But then Real don't do "sensible",do they?:tongue1:



    Finally!Someone has said it openly!Has this caused waves in Spain?
     
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    "Finally!Someone has said it openly!Has this caused waves in Spain?"

    i think it's a well accepted fact in spain now
    but real madrid's future is not really in spain
     
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    But at the end of the end of the day,isn't it the home fans who have to turn up at the Santiago Bernebau and pay those gate fees to watch the game?How much longer will they tolerate such under performance,all because of one Arab player?
     
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    i don't know if a club like real madrid makes a big %age of their money through gate fees
    but benzema will have to make more room for bale this season i think
     
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    another article about the latest act of prostitution by the spanish clubs:

    http://sport360.com/article/uae/377...-spains-liga-de-futbol-professional-big-boost

    and at the end of the article:

    "No Emirati has sealed a permanent move to a prominent European league, though top scorer from the tournament and Al Jazira front man Ali Mabkhout stated last month unnamed La Liga outfits had contacted him.

    When asked whether the memorandum could open up this pathway, Sanz replied: “Why not? The UAE finished third in the Asian Cup and their players are improving, day-by-day.
    “In my opinion, Abdulrahman can play in a big European league. This agreement can help communication.â€￾"
     
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    Perez: ‘We’ll take Morata back’


    Of course,Morata was always better.I hate this shameless pig,Perez:mad:
     
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    and it could be all talk too, because in spain it was noticed in the latest matches that they started few spanish players, this while perez always says that he will make the team more spanish
     
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    real madrid is more arab than ever
    zidane as a coach, benzema as the only striker (now he is injuried, how are they going to do without a striker? the same question every season)

    also some news regarding ronaldo:
    recently it was revealed that he earned more than a million euros in a deal with a saudi company : http://uk.complex.com/sports/2016/02/cristiano-ronaldo-860k
    ronaldo, very popular in muslim countries since he's the star of real madrid, also recently outraged his fans by featuring into an israeli commercial: http://europe.newsweek.com/cristian...media-starring-israel-commercial-425427?rm=eu
    here he is working on his image in arab/muslim countries by holding the hand of a syrian refugee: http://telecincostatic-a.akamaihd.n..._Madrid-Zaid_Abdul_MDSIMA20150919_4747_21.jpg
    on the jersey of the kid is the IPIC logo, yet another arab/muslim company with a growing influence on the club
     
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    not real madrid but lol:

     

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