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    Wow, japončs és menys complex que el xinčs, perň realment no puc entendre més d'un 35% d'ella...

    Cesc podria jugar a la defensiva, perň m'imagino que ell no ho farŕ bé.

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    Realment? Haha, japončs és simple. Es pot parlar xinčs simplificat encara que...


    Cop d'ull com Alejandro Mascherano encaixava perfectament amb defensa, per quč no Francesc?

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    Realment? Parlen anem a veure.



    Cesc i Alejandro Mascherano són persones diferents...

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    好吧 … … 这不是完美的所以我不会键入它的多个句子。


    No obstant aixň, no hi ha cap raó per quč no fer Cesc defensa.

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    Haha, que hi ha cap raó de parar de practicar-lo! No pot entendre una paraula o dues d'allň, perň tractar d'aprenentatge tradicional xinesa.




    Let's take aixň VM, causa I'ma cansat de parlar sobre futbol.

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    Bé, bé, sí, anem a fer aixň!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celebi_ View Post
    Realment? Haha, japončs és simple. Es pot parlar xinčs simplificat encara que...


    Cop d'ull com Alejandro Mascherano encaixava perfectament amb defensa, per quč no Francesc?
    Sinceramente o Mascherano é horrível para o sistema do Barça, e o Piqué fez muito mais falta contra o Chelsea

    And now I shall retreat from Catalonia territory.


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    Ok, great working spamming.
    Anyway, who's ready for the Manchester derby on Monday? Very exciting, with the fate of the league trophy potentially hanging in the balance. I'm not a fan of either team, but it should be emotional football and I'm definitely gonna watch.

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    Are you dumb? We were talking about football, just in another language!

    The Manchester derby will definitely be awesome, I predict United will win 3-0.

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    Hi! new here and dunno how i missed this thread before. But thought i'd toss in my 2cents.

    i'm actually a Utd fan, but i'm worried this match will end up being more like a Barcelona Vs. Madrid type of match, fun to watch but ends up being about controversy and poor decisions by the players. I love the passion, and challenges are a part of the game, but the malice can get horrid.

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    Well, Pep's going. Maybe only temporarily? Who knows.

    A mayhem of football this weekend, the Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese leagues could (but probably won't) be decided in the next few days. Not to mention the insane amount of permetations around the English leagues (gonna be hard to keep up!).
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    Didn't see it coming last October when he first revealed that he was contemplating not continuing as Barca coach past this season, but this morning was a really tearful morning for us Barca fans...Pep's leaving, and Tito Vilanova will be taking over at the helm of the Blaugrana. So, no more Pep...no more '' the man that smokes weed before attending matches '' Pep will always be the man, though, PEP GUARDIOLA WILL ALWAYS BE THE BEST COACH IN FOOTBALL HISTORY! We dedicate all our success in the past 4 years to you, Pep! We'd never forget that in your first season with us at Barcelona, the 2008-09 season, you led us to the treble of the UEFA Champions League, La Liga and Copa del Rey, the first three titles you won at FC Barcelona to kick start us on a run of 13 so far out of 16 possible titles In order to recognize all your achievements here at Barcelona, Cant del Barça is in need of singing:

    Tot el camp, és un clam, (The entire field is a clamour,)
    som la gent blaugrana, (we are the blue and scarlet people,)
    tant se val d'on venim, (no matter where we come from,)
    si del sud o del nord, (be it south or north,)
    ara estem d'acord, estem d'acord, (now we all agree, we all agree,)
    una bandera ens agermana. (a flag unites us in brotherhood.)
    Blaugrana al vent, (Blue and scarlet with the wind,)
    un crit valent, (a valiant cry,)
    tenim un nom, el sap tothom: (we have a name everyone knows)
    Barça!, Barça!, Barça! (Barça!, Barça!, Barça!)
    Jugadors, seguidors, (Players, supporters,)
    tots units fem força. (all together we are strong.)
    Són molts anys plens d'afanys, (Many years full of zeal,)
    són molts gols que hem cridat, (many goals we have screamed,)
    i s'ha demostrat, s'ha demostrat, (and it's proven, it's proven,)
    que mai ningú no ens podrŕ tňrcer. (no one will ever beat us.)
    Blaugrana al vent, (Blue and scarlet with the wind,)
    un crit valent, (a valiant cry,)
    tenim un nom, el sap tothom: (we have a name everyone knows)
    Barça!, Barça!, Barça! (Barça!, Barça!, Barça!)

    And that's our anthem, the anthem that Pep Guardiola gave meaning to after arriving at Barcelona in 2008, winning us the treble and later even having us became the first Spanish football club to win the Sextuple! PEP, WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER AND REVERE YOU! GOODBYE, PEP!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenCharmander View Post
    Didn't see it coming last October when he first revealed that he was contemplating not continuing as Barca coach past this season, but this morning was a really tearful morning for us Barca fans...Pep's leaving, and Tito Vilanova will be taking over at the helm of the Blaugrana. So, no more Pep...no more '' the man that smokes weed before attending matches '' Pep will always be the man, though, PEP GUARDIOLA WILL ALWAYS BE THE BEST COACH IN FOOTBALL HISTORY! We dedicate all our success in the past 4 years to you, Pep! We'd never forget that in your first season with us at Barcelona, the 2008-09 season, you led us to the treble of the UEFA Champions League, La Liga and Copa del Rey, the first three titles you won at FC Barcelona to kick start us on a run of 13 so far out of 16 possible titles In order to recognize all your achievements here at Barcelona, Cant del Barça is in need of singing:

    Tot el camp, és un clam, (The entire field is a clamour,)
    som la gent blaugrana, (we are the blue and scarlet people,)
    tant se val d'on venim, (no matter where we come from,)
    si del sud o del nord, (be it south or north,)
    ara estem d'acord, estem d'acord, (now we all agree, we all agree,)
    una bandera ens agermana. (a flag unites us in brotherhood.)
    Blaugrana al vent, (Blue and scarlet with the wind,)
    un crit valent, (a valiant cry,)
    tenim un nom, el sap tothom: (we have a name everyone knows)
    Barça!, Barça!, Barça! (Barça!, Barça!, Barça!)
    Jugadors, seguidors, (Players, supporters,)
    tots units fem força. (all together we are strong.)
    Són molts anys plens d'afanys, (Many years full of zeal,)
    són molts gols que hem cridat, (many goals we have screamed,)
    i s'ha demostrat, s'ha demostrat, (and it's proven, it's proven,)
    que mai ningú no ens podrŕ tňrcer. (no one will ever beat us.)
    Blaugrana al vent, (Blue and scarlet with the wind,)
    un crit valent, (a valiant cry,)
    tenim un nom, el sap tothom: (we have a name everyone knows)
    Barça!, Barça!, Barça! (Barça!, Barça!, Barça!)

    And that's our anthem, the anthem that Pep Guardiola gave meaning to after arriving at Barcelona in 2008, winning us the treble and later even having us became the first Spanish football club to win the Sextuple! PEP, WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER AND REVERE YOU! GOODBYE, PEP!
    Well said, Golden! I will be a Cule forever, Barcelona, the best football club in the world, and Pep Guardiola is the man that made it the best team in the world! Pep is truly the man that gave meaning to the words of '' Cant del Barca ''! GOODBYE, PEP, WE'LL MISS YOU!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Benmeister View Post
    Well, Pep's going. Maybe only temporarily? Who knows.

    A mayhem of football this weekend, the Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese leagues could (but probably won't) be decided in the next few days. Not to mention the insane amount of permetations around the English leagues (gonna be hard to keep up!).
    Yeah, he said he was "taking a break." So he's making it sound temporary.
    I'm curious, with Barca having been knocked out of the Champions League, with the La Liga almost assuredly out of reach, and with Pep leaving--will anything break Barca's way? Also, is Barca's current reign of outstanding dominance about the end? Two losses isn't the end of the world, even if they are major losses, but the loss of Pep is a major blow.

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    Hoho, so Madrid triumph over Sevilla 3-0, meaning they only have to win one more match to officially claim La Liga...however, beating Bilbao at San Mames is a difficult task, so we Barca fans are still hoping...

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    Rayo 0-7 Barcelona. That IS the best team in the world in ACTION!!!!!

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    One, two, three, let's go...Barca! Barca! Barca! VISCAL BARCA! Well, we've lost the Liga, but we're still the best team in the world, and that will never change!

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    It's BARCELONA, folks, BARCELONA! Some nice practice to warm us up for our cup final against Athletic Bilbao next month, eh? And, the Pichichi can still go either way, seeing as Lionel and Cristiano are both on 43 goals.

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    Liverpool would eff up barca and Madrid
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    AND VINCENT KOMPANY IS CIT'S HERO IN THE MANCHESTER DERBY! Brilliant stuff, right on half time, Kompany shrugs of Chris Smalling and BRILLIANTLY heads the ball into the net from 5 yards out, and Manchester City prevail 1-0 over Manchester United! Could that POSSIBLY be City's first Premier League title since 44 years ago? Shall Kompany be City's hero this season? All I know is, brilliant goal, Kompany.

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    Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool, Ramires on the 11th minute, FA Cup final.

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    Manchester City proves that enough money can accomplish anything. Thank you, Abu Dhabi United Group. You've made the Premier League more interesting, and now I have a time to hate more than Man U.

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    we (liverpool) were really unlucky! That Carrol header crossed the line!
    Credit to Pika Pal Lyra

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    No it didn't. The whole ball has to cross the line for it to count. Replays clearly showed that only part of the ball crossed the line

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    LEO! Barca 1-0 Espanyol! 47 goals in La Liga now.

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