The Real Madrid News Thread - Sauces Optional [R]

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  1. azriel

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    Kate >>>>>>>>> Those 2 generic hoes.
    ( I would still hit em of course )

    INB4 Nat breaks up the party.
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  2. YOUNGSTARS87

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    Gonna be too distracted :ROFLMAO:
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  3. Alma Merengue

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    You know their clip was a goof by them right? Still love me some Melanie though (Maxim Hometown Hottie winner).
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  4. natenate101

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    Thanks for the entertainment ( Kate, my dear Katie) but now it's time to get BACK ON-TOPIC!!
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  5. screamingfields

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    Arbeloa at best for Real and Spain is reliable. Spain should have better right backs though, Martin Montoya and Chelsea's Azpilicueta seem to be getting a look in, I think Micah Richards of Man City was being linked to Real.
  6. 4x4s

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    He's a dependable player though. Montoya is terrible. The way Barcelona play, even Olegario could play in fullback, and he was one of the most comical football players to ever play in the Primera Division.
  7. screamingfields

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    Atletico vs Real, it should be a really good game. I'm going for a 2-1 win to Real but Atletico have a great chance also, they're in top form as of now. Watch out for Falcao for Atletico, 11 goals in 12 games and Ramos against Falcao should be interesting.

    Both sides have an even enough chance but Real I think will just shade it in the end.
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    We are at home, we are gonna win. It'll be interesting to see if someone is tasked to deal with Falcao, and if so which of the CB's it will be. I think I'd prefer Pepe marking him than Ramos. It'd be interesting to see who is better at dealing with the aerial threat out of those two. I reckon Pepe is better in the air, despite his constant falls to the ground afterwards.
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    So long as he falls after clearing the ball or making a good pass, i don't care. But i agree, i always felt Pepe was more imposing in the air than Ramos was. I mean varane would be ideal with his height, but if it was only height that mattered then clearly Peter Crouch would be winning the Ballon D'or every year :p
  10. Akramzizou

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    Ramos has never impressed me in man marking, unless he is in full out hack mode (see Horsey's legendary clip). Pepe is a very tight marker, I think he will be a better choice.
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    Ramos is better in the air if you ask me. But I would have Pepe on Falcao because he's smarter, reads plays better and quicker.
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    where can I get such clip?
  13. mymy33

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    Lol, remember that? Ronaldinho sho' had the game confused that day :D

    EDIT: That was very naughty of Sergio though and I don't condone such behavior but such was his ire that day I pity the sucka who would tell him that to his face, even Iker knew to back off :D
  14. halamadrid00

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    I was listening to some Sid Lowe stuff today on the radio and he mentioned that everytime Madrid have won the CL (98, 2000 & 2002) they have had a poor domestic season. He seems to think the CL was the main priority even before the season kicked off. He also said that Madrid are aiming for a "respectable" league position finish putting emphasis on CL glory.
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    That would make sense if we were playing well in the CL. We aren't. The only reason it's a priority now is because the league has almost gone already.

    Having said that, I'd always take the CL trophy over the league, and if we win the CL this year I wouldn't care if we came fourth in the league.
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    Fourth behind who? Atleti? No thanks.

    Give me the CL, second place and some culero tears.
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    Give me the CL and segunda and I would fly to Madrid and party hard with some spanish girls.
  18. Alma Merengue

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    That Sid Lowe is a genius, I tell you. Genius!! :rolleyes: Like the whole of planet earth didn't know that the obsession this year is clearly La Decima. I don't think that explains the poor form though.
  19. Álvaro Morata

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    First of all - hello to everyone on this forum! I'm newly registered user, but for almost a year i've been reading this forum so now i decided it's time for me to register and particiapate in the discussions aswell. ;)

    The way this season is going i must admit i also thought and remembered the same thing about our last 3 CL trophies as Sid Lowe did. The bad La Liga performance is almost everytime tied up with the CL trophie.
    Also last couple of seasons the winner in that competition is never the team that pulled out amazing group run with 6 out of 6 strong performance. The previous seasons with Mourinho we were rock solid in the groups, with perfect performance and overall stats but at the end we all knew what happend - didn't won the trophie.

    So i think there maybe signs about La Decima, but only time will tell.
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    Glad you decided to join...I'm sure you'll find the majority of us pretty easy to talk to :D
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    Welcome to the board. :)
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    Del Bosque: "If we have to call up 14 Barcelona players, that's what we'll do."

    Iker, watch your spot man. :ROFLMAO:
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    For people who want to read things in context:

    http://www.marca.com/2012/12/03/en/...1eea4bab283c366b72a70ca56bf383d1&t=1354540335


  24. Akramzizou

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    Delefou? Thiago? Tello? Why not Oleguer while hes at it.
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