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Poll Results: Would you spend €100+ on Paul Pogba??

 
  • 48% (37)
    Yup, still very young and filled with potential...
  • 51% (39)
    Nah, no CM could be worth that much...
76 Total Votes  
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Força Barça !!
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Klopp has lowkey turned 'Pool into a team to be feared in the Prem already...

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Where are the dudes that were gassing de bruyne laugh.gif
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That or citeh is trash and Kun needs to find a better team laugh.gif
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Klopp has lowkey turned 'Pool into a team to be feared in the Prem already...
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I miss Silva so much and Kompany and Otamendi mean.gif

And by the posts in here I might just catch the highlights of the Classico instead of the match itself. Cheers to the Real Madrid fans, our squad catching that work.
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Madridista's were literally waving the white flag at the end :rollin:rollin

 

https://twitter.com/NeilSmythe/status/668144271514591232

 

Yea as of now,I kinda doubt Rafa makes it to the new year

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there is so much city did wrong today im not even gonna waste my time talking about it :{

 

 

I well say this Pellegrini needs to figure out haw to get this team to play against teams who are not scared and are good at pressing.

"If you have a critique for the resistance, for our resistance, then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression" - Jesse Williams

 

"Democracy isn't a spectator sport"

 

"If you have a critique for the resistance, for our resistance, then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression" - Jesse Williams

 

"Democracy isn't a spectator sport"

 

post #14318 of 50776

Emptihad byke :lol

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This is the most embarrassing loss of the season for so many reasons...

 

Klopp has this Liverpool team looking so different so good again. Brendan Rodgers looks like an idiot now.

"If you have a critique for the resistance, for our resistance, then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression" - Jesse Williams

 

"Democracy isn't a spectator sport"

 

"If you have a critique for the resistance, for our resistance, then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression" - Jesse Williams

 

"Democracy isn't a spectator sport"

 

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Ney has been in the form of his life this season :x

 

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Leicester City first in PL whoaaaa
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Klopp has lowkey turned 'Pool into a team to be feared in the Prem already...

Nothing lowkey. Team will play hard every game. Let him sign some players and they could be a threat in Europe too
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Rafa is legit done. Even a normal loss like 2-1 might've been it. 4-0? Nah b. Get your fat ***, Cheetos stained fingers outta here.

But at the same time, RM players played like ****. They are not excused after that ****. They sucked, Rafa or no Rafa.
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Leicester City first in PL whoaaaa

Not for long...8o

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LIVERPOOL BYKE
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This is the most embarrassing loss of the season for so many reasons...

Klopp has this Liverpool team looking so different so good again. Brendan Rodgers looks like an idiot now.
He outcoached Pellegrini today playing Firmino as a false 9. Caused so much problems for our back line since hes so quick with the ball compared to Benteke.

Im not too worried about the result, already knew Demichelis was trash like Truth-Serum posts. We are a different defensive team with Kompany healthy and Hart has done a phenomenal job this season. This could of been a further embarrassment. Just disappointed for the points. Once everyone's healthy again City will be rolling again.
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He outcoached Pellegrini today playing Firmino as a false 9. Caused so much problems for our back line since hes so quick with the ball compared to Benteke.

Im not too worried about the result, already knew Demichelis was trash like Truth-Serum posts. We are a different defensive team with Kompany healthy and Hart has done a phenomenal job this season. This could of been a further embarrassment. Just disappointed for the points. Once everyone's healthy again City will be rolling again.

 

I'm glad you're more optimistic than I am. To be honest a couple things that a re really bothering about the team is how passive we are on attack even throughout wins sometimes.

 

I hope this doesn't sound to hot takeish cause this is something i've been thinking about and noticing throughout the season...

  1. Yaya has become a pedestrian and its sad to watch (especially for me he's one of my favorite players ever) he needs to be coming off the bench and a long term replacement needs to be in the works.
  2. The more and more I look at some of Pellegrini's decisions and style of play for the team the more I start to hope those Pep rumors are true. Pellegrini just seems like a good manager a manager that can when you some trophies every now and then but he's not gonna be able to take us to the promised land.

"If you have a critique for the resistance, for our resistance, then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression" - Jesse Williams

 

"Democracy isn't a spectator sport"

 

"If you have a critique for the resistance, for our resistance, then you better have an established record of critique of our oppression" - Jesse Williams

 

"Democracy isn't a spectator sport"

 

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Ney has been in the form of his life this season :x

 

Dude that mention Messi being out would be a blessing for Neymar was on point 

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laugh.gif I had to let go of FIFA. It became more frustration and concentration than fun. Especially when playing online mean.gif

Those kids out there, are on another level.

I never played online so I'd imagine it'd be that much more difficult against these wonder boys.

But I'm just talking about playing against friends, sorta had a mini tourny day before Halloween and I swear to god all the games were like 1-1, 1-0. This new FIFA game wasn't fun at all. idk if that how the rest of the world views it? But it wasn't fun.

I definitely hear you on that. I don't know what to say, almost like the more of a simulator it becomes, the less enjoyable it becomes.
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@BrianSciaretta In Ligue 1, American-born teen Jordan Siebatcheu starts at forward for Stade de Reims vs Montpellier (1-0 Reims 14th minute)
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ST – Jordan Siebatcheu: Born in Washington 19 years ago, Jordan has been one of the nicest surprises for Reims this year, netting three goals and delivering two assists in less than 400 minutes, mostly spent coming off the bench. With a golden generation coming for France and fewer spots available on the Bleuets’ youth national teams, Jordan might get himself a call-up on the next US 23-player roster, if he confirms his spot on Reims starting lineup. Read more at: https://tr.im/GMHrR
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ROMA ANNOUNCE FIVE US CLUBS TO STRENGTHEN ELITE USA ACADEMY
Roma announce five US clubs to strengthen elite USA Academy
11/20/2015
AS Roma has announced the addition of five elite U.S youth soccer academies to its growing USA Academy programme.
Those clubs – Crossfire Premier, Lonestar Soccer Club, Players Development Academy (PDA), Real So Cal and St. Louis Scott Gallagher – join the most comprehensive U.S youth academy program among foreign professional soccer clubs.
AS Roma’s USA Academy now features ten top-flight clubs from across the USA:
• Chargers (Clearwater, Fla.)
• Crossfire Premier (Redmond, Wash.)
• FC Greater Boston Bolts (Boston, Mass.)
• Lonestar Soccer Club (Austin, Texas)
• Pateadores (Southern Calif.)
• Players Development Academy (Zarephath, N.J.)
• Real Colorado (Denver, Colo.)
• Real So Cal (Woodland Hills, Calif.)
• St. Louis Scott Gallagher (St. Louis, Mo.)
• Vardar (Detroit, Mich.)
The AS Roma USA Academy is a unique programme that prioritises best practices in all areas and has a particular emphasis on player and coach development. A principal objective of the program is to identify and cultivate U.S. players that have the ability to one day compete for AS Roma at its highest level. There have already been multiple USA Academy players across different age groups that have been invited to train in Rome with AS Roma’s youth teams.
For the U.S. academies, a partnership with AS Roma allows for accelerated player development, broadened exposure and access to specialised support.
AS Roma provides U.S. academies the same resources and year-round support as it does for its Italian academies.
“We are thrilled to welcome these five elite US clubs to the AS Roma family,” said AS Roma President James Pallotta. “We are extremely proud of our USA Academy program that continues to distinguish itself from what other professional soccer clubs are doing in the US.

“It is a special nationwide partnership network that delivers real value to each of our clubs and we are in constant communication with each club in a collaborative way to find innovative ways to make the program even stronger.”
“We are honored to partner with such a reputable club like AS Roma,” said St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri Boys Technical Director Kevin Kalish. “This relationship will allow all of us at St. Louis Scott Gallagher the opportunity to continue our growth as an organisation and ultimately help us achieve our mission of becoming the best youth club in the United States.”
AS Roma’s USA Academy is a multi-faceted program, which includes ongoing coaching development and exchanges, tailored physical performance programs and team training and competition in both the United States and Italy.
Highlights from 2015 include:
• AS Roma’s U.S. Academy U15 select team participated in the Dale Farm Milk Cup 2015 tournament, which featured teams from all over the world, including English Premier League clubs Liverpool and Southampton, as well as Sydney United from Australia.
• AS Roma hosted the first USA Academy Summit in Miami on January 28 with the first five US academy clubs.
• In June, AS Roma hosted nine of the clubs for a two-day coaching and development summit at AS Roma’s training ground at Trigoria.
• AS Roma USA Academy staff received professional development from AS Roma’s Performance Coach while in Rome.
• Two sets of Roma coaches - one to the east coast and one to west coast - will be arriving in the U.S. in late-fall.
• AS Roma provides a quarterly training curriculum to each Academy club.
• The St. Louis Scott Gallagher 2000’s are sending 16 players and two coaches to Rome this November for training and competition.
• An AS Roma USA Academy showcase to identify elite players for specialised training is planned to take place in early 2016.
• AS Roma is the official professional football club of the renowned Wide World of Sports amateur and pro sports complex in Orlando, which hosts the Disney Soccer Showcase presented by AS Roma – a top U.S. youth football soccer tournament. The Primavera, Roma’s top Italian academy team, regularly competes at the Wide World of Sports and will train there in December.
The AS Roma USA Academy program is run by Alex Zecca, AS Roma's Director of Football Development. Zecca has been involved in soccer on many levels in the United States as a player and as an investor of various organizations, both at the professional and semi-professional levels. The program is managed day-to-day by Sean Carey, who is also the League Director of the New England Premiership, a nationally recognised youth league containing the top clubs in New England.
A former professional player and experienced educator, Carey specialises in maintaining a club’s focus on player development, player identification and game day playing environment.
AS Roma’s academy in Italy is considered among the very best in Europe and trains at its state-of-art practice facility, Trigoria. The academy has nine elite teams comprised of 226 players that compete in the official championships governed by the Italian Football Federation. AS Roma’s youth teams have captured numerous Italian championships, including nine Scudetto titles for its Primavera – the oldest youth level.
Over the years, AS Roma’s youth teams have produced 671 players that have competed for AS Roma’s first team, 23 players currently playing in Serie A and three FIFA World Cup champions in Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi and Bruno Conti.
All ten clubs are also part of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
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kroos is soo effing average.

 

sergi roberto outplayed kroos.

 

once again ronnie disappears for large parts of the game. but still the only person effective

 

modric, benzema, and marcelo were absolutely terrible today

 

bale is trash

 

iniesta is still the best midfielder in the game

 

neymar > ronaldo

 

navas is madrid's best player

 

barca could have had 6 goals easily

 

luis enrique got his lineup perfectly correct by dropping the rw in messi's absence and starting sergi roberto and playing 4 midfielders

 

msn >

 

bale is trash

 

 

 

 

:rollin@ madrid

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EVERY GUNNERS FAN KNEW ONCE COQUELIN GOT INJURED IT WAS A DAMN WRAP.

WE BEEN BEGGING FOR ANOTHER DEFENSIVE MID FOR YEARS

ARTETA AINT GOOD FOR ****
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EVERY GUNNERS FAN KNEW ONCE COQUELIN GOT INJURED IT WAS A DAMN WRAP.

WE BEEN BEGGING FOR ANOTHER DEFENSIVE MID FOR YEARS

ARTETA AINT GOOD FOR ****
He's hurt too lol Flamini time
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Leicester City first in PL whoaaaa
Not for long...nerd.gif

Yeah not until we take the top spot
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This is really cool. Probably due to the fact that their president, James Pallotta is American. I went to college with his son.
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BBC + James

WHEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

TIME TO GET IN THAT BARCA ***!

VAMO VAMO VAMO

Yeah OK laugh.giflaugh.gif
SINCE 2000....
SINCE 2000....
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EVERY GUNNERS FAN KNEW ONCE COQUELIN GOT INJURED IT WAS A DAMN WRAP.

WE BEEN BEGGING FOR ANOTHER DEFENSIVE MID FOR YEARS

ARTETA AINT GOOD FOR ****
He's hurt too lol Flamini time

Flamini should have came on for Coquelin instead of Arteta. A DM could have been copped during the summer, easily mean.gif
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This is really cool. Probably due to the fact that their president, James Pallotta is American. I went to college with his son.

Is his son a footy fan at all?

It's good to see more and more clubs investing in American academies. Will certainly help players get to Europe and also encouraged MLS/US academies to step it up
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