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Xavi, jodido

His femural bicep tear may, and likely, not let him play in the AC Milan tie as well.

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Jordi Roura would like nothing better than to see Barça open up, what would be in theory, an unassailable lead in the league should they manage to steal a win from Saturday's visit to Real Madrid.

Victory at the Bernabéu would put the Catalans 19 points clear of Mourinho's side in the table and effectively nudge them out of the title race.

Roura will be without midfield playmaker Xavi Hernández, who is ruled out for the next 10 to 15 days with a thigh muscle tear.

Dos Santos, Abidal and Montoya will also remain in Barcelona.

The full Barcelona squad for Saturday's Clásico reads: Valdés, Pinto, Dani Alves, Piqué, Fàbregas, Puyol, Villa, Iniesta, Alexis, Messi, Thiago, Mascherano, Bartra, Sergio, Pedro, Jordi Alba, Adriano, Song and Tello.
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If Roura keeps trotting out Fabregas and Iniesta together then I will be one happy Madrid fan

Roura is clueless but I don't mind.


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Roura is clueless but I don't mind.

Haha. Anyway, I don´t know what I want. First of all, I´m sick of the profusion of Clásicos, what with the Copa and Liga, and years ago, their meeting in Champion´s League semis.

Nevertheless, I wish Mourinho would go back to England, this is not Real Madrid football, and never will be, under his helm.

The obsession with what is Barça´s greatest ever side, and possibly the history of football´s, has really spiraled Flo into stupid decisions.

I´m afraid Mou pulls Real Madrid´s 10th Champion´s League out of his ass, and we´re stuck with this dumbass until he says enough. I hope he wins it, and resigns the next fricking day, to be honest.


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I think Mourinho is leaving regardless, he got lucky with the Casillas injury because that was about to blow up in his face. If Madrid does in fact win I'd almost guarantee that he leaves, especially when Roman throws 20-25M at him


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Man, I hope so. He is very, very good, the best, don´t get me wrong. Nevertheless, he is applicable at certain places, and Real Madrid definitely is not one of them. Barça's amazing run has clouded Flo´s judgement, well actually no, he knew exactly what he was doing, but Real Madrid is, and always should be, above the rest.

You do it honestly, and as a ´señor´, or you don´t do it.

Most are still amazed at what has transpired, as the translator was somewhat disliked when translating for Bobby Robson at Barcelona.

In America, this shite blows over in a month or two, but not in Europe. Even if Mourinho still pulls the Champion´s League out of his ass, he is not consecrated. He, simply by how his side plays, has sullied the Real Madrid name.


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Don't worry, Dandy, United will finish him off at Old Trafford this week. No UCL for Mou, he'll leave Real, and we'll be best friends.


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I just got a great simile of what I´m trying to say.


Hot chick.

Did you get laid?

Option One. Yeah, talked some shit, but got it.

Option Two. Yeah.

Let´s dig into option two. What really happened? Rape. Did you get laid? Technically, yes. I leave it to you to determine what, where, how, why, etc...

This is why Mourinho should go back to England, win or not win the Champion´s League.

Real Madrid doesn´t rape football. It is not in the club´s DNA, and that is the frustrating thing about continuing on with this bufoon.

I hope he wins the Champion´s League, so that Chelsea pays RM big euros to take him back.

Catenaccio or holed up in back, and counter, OK, I get it, it´s a tactical strategy. More power to you. Not at Real Madrid.
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I just don't see RM winning it this year.


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I just don't see RM winning it this year.
the matches must be played, on paper doesn´t tell it all, as we saw in semis and the final, did we not?


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I'm not saying they won't. They obviously have the players to do it but I haven't been as impressed as I was last year.


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They're not going to make it past Tuesday.

That's what I keep telling myself.


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Dandy Lion
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haven't been as impressed as I was last year.
They did not impress me last year, and this year, I see that serendipitous luck. Man, I hope they win it, and that a-hole goes to Chelsea.

I think nearly all would be kept, at least the block, I´d hope the strikers and Arbeloa are dumped and Ramos goes to a psychologist.

Falcao may not be a receiving candidate to Real Madrid love, but quite possibly he may be, as for after all, it still is the greatest club in the world.


I´m so sad that RM is too proud to admit errors and ask Pelligrini back (or for that matter, Schüster). I think the next project has Carlo Ancelotti´s name on it.

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I hear Jupp Heynckes is going to be looking for a job.


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I hear Jupp Heynckes is going to be looking for a job.
he knows RM very well, and would love to be back. He´ll be welcomed with open arms and great love, but not as a coach.


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Mou won't go back to Chelsea. PSG is much more likely.


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PSG is much more likely.
A ´treque´ por Ancelotti. Hmmh. Would be interdasting, as they say. Certainly the first time in Europe a ´trade´was made (in effect, that´s what it would be). Me gusta. Mucho.

I hope this happens. I´ve always liked Ancelotti, don´t love him, but like him.

Logical is Del Bosque, but he´s done too much for the club, and got fricked in the process, and now has the sweetest of jobs in the whole wide world.

En fin, Ancelotti it is.

Hala Madriz. For your ´murricans, Hala Madrith.

This is a play on the horrible pronunciation of the Spanish language of many in the Spanish captial.


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hendersonshands
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Mourinho talked shite saying Pep went to Bundesliga knowing that Jose wouldn't go there. If he goes to Ligue 1, he'll look like a douche but he's never been concerned with that.


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He´s never been concerned with being a douche, you say? Yes, I believe you´re correct. He is an a-hole and a maverick, all things that the average American loves.

Nevertheless, and now is the time, you my little weenie friend (you say your grandmother is German), have openly and multiply criticized Pep as someone who was simply present, as a great side did what they had to do on the pitch and needed no guidance. Now you´re quite the fervent supporter.

¿Qué pasa, gilipollas?


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I like Jose, for what it's worth. He's a dick and he's fine with that.

I used to be skeptical of Pep but I became very impressed and was all about Bayern going after him before it was announced he had been hired. I would have been good with another year of Jupp but I'm excited for Pep.

As far as me saying he was someone who was only present, I think you have me confused with someone else.


Dandy Lion
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I do not confuse you, I recall multiple times where you said ´what could he do with another side, and not this group of all stars´ or something of this nature.

A spade is a spade, and I´m cool with you being over the moon, I would be as well, in your position as a diehard Munchbag, but you´ve poopooed him, many, many a time.


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