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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 2:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Speculation is rife that Real Madrid are targeting a superstar friend of Xabi Alonso, after a rogue tweet from the former Liverpool playmaker went public.


http://sulia.com/channel/liverpool-fc/f/98a71fea-ccd3-4b66-aada-e4e471aeb1d0/?source=twitter

Who could this possibly mean?

David Silva....?
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

o_0 wrote:
ThinkICare wrote:
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Speculation is rife that Real Madrid are targeting a superstar friend of Xabi Alonso, after a rogue tweet from the former Liverpool playmaker went public.


http://sulia.com/channel/liverpool-fc/f/98a71fea-ccd3-4b66-aada-e4e471aeb1d0/?source=twitter

Who could this possibly mean?

David Silva....?


Went I checked who he's following on Twitter, Silva was one of the first he followed (and 1st footballer he followed) when creating his account, so it makes sense. But it could also be Yossi Benayoun based on my logic. That would certainly unsettle the Anfield faithful Cool
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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o_0 wrote:
ThinkICare wrote:
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Speculation is rife that Real Madrid are targeting a superstar friend of Xabi Alonso, after a rogue tweet from the former Liverpool playmaker went public.


http://sulia.com/channel/liverpool-fc/f/98a71fea-ccd3-4b66-aada-e4e471aeb1d0/?source=twitter

Who could this possibly mean?

David Silva....?


Went I checked who he's following on Twitter, Silva was one of the first he followed (and 1st footballer he followed) when creating his account, so it makes sense. But it could also be Yossi Benayoun based on my logic. That would certainly unsettle the Anfield faithful Cool

Ya. Plus I dont see the need for Silva with Modric/Ozil/Kaka already on the roster.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm saying it is a youth player
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 6:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'm saying it is a youth player


With the first part, it wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.
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A man defeated.
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The facts behind Iker Casillas being subbed go back quite a long way; in fact we need to go as far back as the summer to find the origins of this decision, and it lies in the differences of opinion between manager and president in terms of planning the make-up of the squad.

Mourinho has now taken advantage of an awkward time, in terms of Real Madrid's league results, to send a message to the head of the club. A real showdown. For Mourinho wanted there to be more signings during the summer, and one of these was the Brazilian player Lucas Moura, and another was a goalkeeper to compete for the starting slot with Iker Casillas.

Neither of these signings materialised - Lucas Moura, playing for Sao Paulo, has now signed for Paris Saint Germain and will join the French side during the winter transfer window.

The consequences of this are beginning to become apparent in some of the decisions being taken. Some have been more relevant than others, and perhaps the clearest one is the substitution of Casillas. The Real Madrid manager made no secret, after the game (against Málaga) at La Rosaleda that his decision had been down to technical reasons only.

The board of the club want to stay calm. Club sources stated after the match that they will not interfere in Mourinho's decisions in terms of the match-day squad, that they will respect them and the team is not going to be picked either by the players themselves or by the press.


http://www.marca.com/2012/12/23/en/football/real_madrid/1356277590.html

Mourinho: 1 Iker Casillas: 0
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Actually I'd say Casillas 1, Mourinho 0 seeing that they lost.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ukjets21 wrote:
Actually I'd say Casillas 1, Mourinho 0 seeing that they lost.

Mourinho is not getting fired.....
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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ukjets21 wrote:
Actually I'd say Casillas 1, Mourinho 0 seeing that they lost.

Mourinho is not getting fired.....

Not a chance he remains another year if Madrid keep this up.
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Top of the flops! Modric and Song voted worst signings of the season in Spain

Two former Premier League stars have been voted as the worst signings of the season in La Liga, by readers of Spanish newspaper Marca.

Luka Modric, who left Tottenham for Real Madrid after protracted negotiations, and Alex Song, who signed for Barcelona from Arsenal, were the worst rated, with Modric gaining 32.2 per cent of the vote.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2255422/Luka-Modric-Alex-Song-voted-worst-signings-season-Spain.html

Good to see Modric lighting it up.....

Man, Levy really got robbed by Perez Laughing
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Top of the flops! Modric and Song voted worst signings of the season in Spain

Two former Premier League stars have been voted as the worst signings of the season in La Liga, by readers of Spanish newspaper Marca.

Luka Modric, who left Tottenham for Real Madrid after protracted negotiations, and Alex Song, who signed for Barcelona from Arsenal, were the worst rated, with Modric gaining 32.2 per cent of the vote.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2255422/Luka-Modric-Alex-Song-voted-worst-signings-season-Spain.html

Good to see Modric lighting it up.....

Man, Levy really got robbed by Perez Laughing

Wow nice to see your still bitter. Laughing
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kempus wrote:
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Top of the flops! Modric and Song voted worst signings of the season in Spain

Two former Premier League stars have been voted as the worst signings of the season in La Liga, by readers of Spanish newspaper Marca.

Luka Modric, who left Tottenham for Real Madrid after protracted negotiations, and Alex Song, who signed for Barcelona from Arsenal, were the worst rated, with Modric gaining 32.2 per cent of the vote.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2255422/Luka-Modric-Alex-Song-voted-worst-signings-season-Spain.html

Good to see Modric lighting it up.....

Man, Levy really got robbed by Perez Laughing

Wow nice to see your still bitter. Laughing


I was never bitter, I was happy to see Modric leave for £33 million...

I'm just giving ElRey a bit of his own medicine.
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GOL GOL GOL GOL GOL GOL GOL
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We out played them all game. Sucks. Di Maria got pushed in the box and their should of been a PK.
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