French Soccer

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  1. frederic38

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    PSG just cancelled the celebrations, i don't know if it already happened in another city, they had to cancel the celebrations because black and arab thugs are rioting
    a third world city
     
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    The medias are saying the riots happened because of "ultras" and far-right supporters : disinformation has become the norm. Rashid and Mohammed have taken Paris, but no one wants to admit it...

    White world is in bad shape (if White world still exists...).
     
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    Frederic, Thank you for your excellent reports of French soccer - the PSG win and racial improvement is great news! Do far-right types in France cheer for PSG? Do "we" have a soccer club in France? I believe Millwall used to be a far-right club in England (though they are very black now so not a winning team and not worth supporting).
     
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    PSG was historically the club with the biggest far-right support in france, and i think that it still is, even though the real suporters of the club can't go to the stadium (suporter groups are now forbidden)
    that's why as arnold Von Winkelried said, the media is trying to imply that the riots were because of PSG suporters while they were just ethnic urban riots, like we have quite often in france
    PSG still struggles to gain fans in the most non-white parts of paris

    lyon (3rd of the league currently) also has a lot of far right suport, not surprising from the capital of the far right in france
    also, they don't have many white players right now but at least their players are often produced locally
    i went there and it was a huge shock, the city is so active regarding the far-right


    lille (4th placed right now) has far right suporters

    and also nice (placed 5th) has far-right fans, and one of these fans is in the team, bosetti (italian name, but that's normal because nice is not really french): https://si0.twimg.com/profile_images/3348599041/31a4e03fb9ad20c2a8621d24cd282bf5.jpeg
    nice has a nice team this season, and they are the biggest surprise of the season, they used to be a team who fighted to avoid relegation

    the most leftist and non-white suported club has to be marseille (2nd right now and big antagonist to PSG), montpellier also i think
     
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    Good to know. Thanks for the update.
     
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    the awards for the best players of the season in france:

    best player:

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    ibrahimowicz, bosnian

    best goalkeeper:

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    sirigu, italian

    best hope (young player):

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    florian thauvin, french

    where are the black players gone? :happy:
     
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    http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/2896...rds-ceremony?source=breakingnews&ICID=HP_BN_1

    impressive for a defensive midlefielder
    what was france's coach thinking when he called blacks etienne caprout (who plays for the most annoying and the less spectacular team in france) and Josuha Guilavogui as defensive midlefielders for the next matches ?
     
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    as expected, monaco won the second division, so they will play in 1st division next year
    and as expected, they will spend a lot

    they already bought a young italian prospect, and 2 stars for 70 millions:

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    both are FC porto players
    they might be the only likeable players on the fc porto team

    moutinho is portuguese, white
    james rodriguez is colombian, looks white, i used to count him as mestizo because i don't have proof that he is of european ancestry, but you can count him as you want because he looks pretty white

    it will be interesting to see who they will buy next
    remember, when you spend your money on black players, usually it doesn't work:

    http://www.castefootball.us/forums/showthread.php/15663-spending-money-on-black-players

    their goal is to qualify to champions league next year
     
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    nancy are relegated

    a funny fact about them: their top scorer over the season is their white central defender puygrenier, by far, with 7 goals
    their black strikers have been calamitous
     
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    the problem of the youth teams:

    [video=youtube_share;mcwdUmg68W8]http://youtu.be/mcwdUmg68W8[/video]

    only 2 players out of 11 who are not coal black in the under-21 french national team
    and none of these guys will become good players
    the 2 non-blacks are esseyric, the one who takes the free kick, and coeff, the ones who scored
     
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    about matuidi, the quota black defensive midlefielder who is only known because he is the mandatory french starter at the best french club (PSG): people are calling him one of the best players in the league, one of the best defensive midlefielders in france ect

    here are the stats in the french league for the players who won the ball back the most times (successful tackles):

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    the french newspaper notes that, surprisingly, gonalons (white middlefielder at another big french club, lyon, and french international) won the possesion back more times thanmatuidi
    matuidi is only 4th

    here are the stats for the passes made, and the number of successful passes , which allows us to make the %age of successful passes:

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    the same gonalons has the biggest number of successfull passes, and the best %age of successfull passes
    matuidi is not in the top 5

    another post about matuidi and why he is so known and highly rated : http://www.castefootball.us/forums/...on-Tournaments?p=272493&viewfull=1#post272493
     
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    Frederic38

    Do you like France's blue uniforms today? I remember you said you liked Man city's colors.
     
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    yes, i like it better than the bleu-blanc-rouge ones
    maybe a little bit too pale
    it looks good on jeremy mathieu, but not so good on benzema and the black security guards :eek:
     
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    benzema hasn't scored in 13 matches for france, not a goal in 1083 minutes
    for how long are we going to have this clown as a striker in the nationale team?
    his last goal was more than 1 year ago, in a friendly match
    here is the video:

    [video=youtube_share;v6pQs08IhnY]http://youtu.be/v6pQs08IhnY[/video]

    the goal is so old that it is in black and white :biggrin: just kidding

    i'm starting to wonder if deschamps is the good coach for the french national team, he destroyed what laurent blanc did, and he doesn't give his chance to white players
     
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    griezmann is part of the best 11 of the season in spain with real sociedad (they qualified for champions league)


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    but since france never gave him a chance, he could play for spain instead of france, his latest declarations make me feel like he's going to play for france

    video of griezmann's goals this season:

    [video=dailymotion;x10jx2q]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x10jx2q_griezmann-goals_sport#.Ubg7OZzlaHh[/video]

    and a nice flick on this goal: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xx...edad-v-mallorca-03-02-2013_sport#.Ubg7oJzlaHh

    and a great passing on this one: http://youtu.be/b_PTCg06SQc
     
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    Hard to believe this guy hasn't played 1 game for France's senior team. That says it all.

    He probably would be over looked by England too if he were English.

    Isco may be going to Man City. Navas has already gone there. If they aren't getting English players, at least they aren't going for a bunch of black Euro players or Africans.
     
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    now that monaco has bought falcao for 60 millions (biggest transfert ever in the french league, inn addition to the other players they already bought) PSG should answer with a big move, maybe cristiano ronaldo
    monaco offered 100 millions for cristiano ronaldo
    but PSG plays champions league
    other big potential transferts for PSG would be rooney or bale
     
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    this fight in amateur football shocked everybody in france:

    [video=youtube_share;hZaMC4MkFT4]http://youtu.be/hZaMC4MkFT4[/video]

    guys armed and that came to fight with the other team

    look at the neo-nazi skinheads:

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    a very interesting thing about the french national team, a thing that tells a lot more than expected: the dead balls (free kicks and corner kicks)

    france had a great tradition of very important goals scored on free kicks or corners, but then it suddenly stopped

    *first, the direct free kicks:

    platini scored a great free kick against holland (one of the best teams in the world at the time) to allow france to qualify to the 1982 world cup: http://youtu.be/2l_IrDJV5UQ

    france won their first trofee in 1984 at the euro champs, and once again platini scored the winning goal on a free kick: http://youtu.be/5BtKukhiotc (this once was ugly but the shoot was on target, the most important thing on a free kick)

    then the team started to get blacker and blacker

    and the only goals from direct free kicks in the past 10 years were scored by zidane and rothen (2 non-black players, 1 white and 1 kabyle)

    the 2 free kicks:

    http://youtu.be/scbnzSiM3MU?t=2m36s

    this was the last one, it was in 2007: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x37afq_but-magique-de-rothen-iles-feroe-0_sport#.Ub5JCpzlaHg

    i left aside henry's disgrace of a free kick against slovakia in a friendly match, while the goalkeeper was busy placing the wall: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2tanb_slovaquie-0-1-france-henry_news#.Ub5JPJzlaHg

    only 2 free kicks in the last 10 years, that's few
    that's well under the average in every league or competition (if you make the goals on free kicks per matches ratio)
    this is one of the aspects of the loss of skills as you increase the number of black players


    *then, the corner kicks: france scored the 2 first goals when they won the world cup on corner kicks: all the players involved were whites or kabyle

    since the blackening of the team we started scoring very few goals on corner kicks, despite the black players being so tall and athletic :doh:
    the last ones were scored against luxemburg (2 goals, none scored by a black player) and ukraine in a friendly match (not by a black player either)
    that's 3 in the last 4 years
    and before that i can't even recall one since the 2000's
    you have to realise that it means that in every match during 10 years you had the same scenario: the same black guys came in the penalty area on every corner kick, the french commentator was always telling "oh, watch out, this alou diarra guy is 1.93 tall, the corner kick is going to be dangerous" then nothing happened
    every time
     
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    during this summer's transfert window, france already beat the record for the most expansive transfert 3 times
    france will try to get another champions league in the next few years

    PSG bought cavani for 64 millions, monaco falcao for 60 millions
    2 south american mestizos
    i'm ok with this
    the non-white talents that deserve to put money in them are the south americans, i always said that
    then both PSG and monaco are going to look very white for ligue 1 standards, after PSG already winning the title with an almost black-free team

    PSG got the best french talents (whites) with digne for example
    monaco i think got some very good foreigners, both white and mestizos
    they also signed toulalan
    it will be the most interesting season in ages in france


    here is the line-up from the last time PSG and monaco faced eachothers (it was in 2010-2011 since monaco went to second division, and it was before both clubs became rich)

    PSG: 4 whites, 1 arab, 1 mestizo, 5 blacks
    monaco: 4 whites, 1 asian, 1 mestizo, 5 blacks

    so both had a majority black starting 11 with an heavily black bench
    this season we'll see what the same match will look like 2-3 years later, with a few millions injected in the teams :wave:
     
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    The Red Bulls hosted Olympique Lyonnais this week for a friendly. I was impressed with Lyon's squad composition: there were only three Africans out there for most of the game, and two were defenders. They definitely had the Red Bulls beaten in that regard. It was fun to see the ageless Steed Malbranque and of course Yoann Gourcuff, who slotted home a simple goal. The "French" player Dabo, born in Senegal, started two fights and was burned by New York's fourth-choice striker for a goal.

    An entertaining match: not as boring as some of the friendlies (MLS teams usually each host one per year during the European offseason) because I am guessing the NY coach allocated minutes before the match so that everyone knew how hard to run. Both teams emptied their benches. The Red Bulls' second string is VERY non-white, and Lyon ended the game with five Africans. The game ended 2-2: Gourcuff and an own-goal from a black defender (Olave) for Lyon, McCarty and black Andre Akpan (left unmarked by Dabo) for the Red Bulls.

    The DWF moment of the night came in line for the restroom, where I noticed a white man speaking French to his three young sons. All four were wearing matching Bafetimbi Gomis jerseys. :thumbdown:
     
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    lyon is not far from my city
    i saw lyon playing against my home club in our stadium
    and they also gave that kind of pre-season friendly match in my city last year, the match was against athletic bilbao

    the funny thing is that lyon's president is trying very hard to sell gomis because he's the definition of a mediocre black striker
    the chairman of the club has said incredible things about him on twitter, i have never seen a similar situation where while a player is still at the club, the chairman openly says that he has to leave
    and it has always been saint etienne who have an history with black strikers (hence the black panther on their unofficial club logo), and saint etienne is lyon's most hated rival (and gomis comes from saint etienne by the way - him doing the black panther: http://i.ytimg.com/vi/udZouBWhLhQ/0.jpg )
    but since lyon has dominated french soccer for a very long time in the 2000's, there are many people who suport them without being true lyon suporters
    otherwise, lyon suporters have the reputation of being very right-wing
     
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    [video=youtube;zngqv31684A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zngqv31684A[/video]

    the legendary portuguese striker pauleta, the best striker in the french league for maybe the last 20 or 30 years, a legend in PSG and france
     
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    I never really thought about this until now but it just occurred to me....when do you ever see black players scoring from free kicks? It's always non-black players that are the best free kick takers throughout history.

    David Beckham
    Cristiano Ronaldo
    Andrea Pirlo
    Juninho Pernambucano
    Diego Forlan
    Alessandro Del Piero
    Riquelme
    Wesley Sneijder
    Robin Van Persie
    Steven Gerrard
    Xavi

    The only blacks I can think of were Brazilians (so not fully black): Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos. And Roberto Carlos' free kicks were never finesse shots. He would just smash the ball from long range and get lucky on some of them.
     

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