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Real Madrid- The Prodigious Sergio Ramos is now in the Record Books



Ramos, el que más rojas ha visto en la historia del Real Madrid: 16


Ramos, The player with the most red cards in the history of Real Madrid: 16







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Dandy, I just read something about Barcelona getting in trouble for carrying out a transfer of a 14 year old Korean kid. FIFA is ordering them to deregister him, does that mean he can stay in the academy and not play for Barcelona cadet B or can he not stay at all?


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Just curious, but who is your favorite club soccer team?





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Real Oviedo





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bawmp!

NINTH in La Liga history.

Gonna break all kinds of records before he hangs up the boots.




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I haven´t seen anything. Googling, I´ve seen a bunch of Mexican tweets, wherein the kid (who now plays for Barça C), cannot, according to a Mexican publication called Récord, play for Barça B, until he´s 18.

I did find a vid in catalán, where he scores 4 goals against Tortosa. Two things. One, there´s another Korean on that side. Two, his first goal was VERY Messi-esque.

I have no idea what´s going on.



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