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La Liga is tha best!!!

waq2010-05-08 10:05:26 +0000 #1
No doubt!!!!
piyush2010-05-08 10:14:26 +0000 #2
i AGREE

all da other leagues suck

la liga rulzzzz

Bier2010-05-08 10:33:29 +0000 #3
Sure La Liga is the best, anybody doubted that?
ItalianBoy2010-05-08 11:20:11 +0000 #4
yes.
lili2010-05-08 11:27:55 +0000 #5
A very intersting topic. Finally found one, where all people agree, exept ItalianBoy. But Italians are worldwide something speciall, aren't they?

ItalianBoy2010-05-08 10:38:35 +0000 #6
At least we are not assholes like Liga people.
Drummer2010-05-08 11:16:23 +0000 #7
Nobody likes gloaters.

A mixed night for Spanish clubs.

Deportivo were given a lesson by the impressive milan.

Barca with a 2-0 victory.

Take Madrid out of Spain and they arent quite as impressive.

I have said all along that I felt that on current or more recent seasons, the spanish league is the strongest. It has had the strongest teams (3 in the semis of the CL 2 seasons ago being a defining time and moment).

To say its the best, as proven in many arguements is bold and silly particularly if you have no reasonable explanation.

This could be the year that the Serie A teams come back from the edge of euro football. Inzaghi getting a hatrick in any game is worrying , as he is crap. Euro football only has one big team at the moment, Madrid. United are very much a shadow of their former teams, Bayern are well below par and up until this season no Italian team has stamped its authority on the euro scene since the great Zidane led Juve team of the mid-laye 90's.

What could happen and what any team outside of Madrid can hope for is that Madrid will have too many creative players, the old saying of "too many cooks spoil the food", ie they will not take orders off each other as their egos will get the better of them. Figo, Ronaldo, raul, Zidane, Roberto Carlos. Thats 5 of the top 10 players in the world, in the one team. How does a manager keep them all happy? They are all going to be expecting prefrential treatment. Carlos is the only professional on that team , not too big for his boots. The rest are likely to moan over the season, so hopefull for soccer, and the good of the game, somebody will overthrow Madrid in europe.
BLAUGRANA2010-05-08 10:31:52 +0000 #8
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Originally posted by Drummer

Nobody likes gloaters.

A mixed night for Spanish clubs.

Deportivo were given a lesson by the impressive milan.

Barca with a 2-0 victory.

Take Madrid out of Spain and they arent quite as impressive.

I have said all along that I felt that on current or more recent seasons, the spanish league is the strongest. It has had the strongest teams (3 in the semis of the CL 2 seasons ago being a defining time and moment).

To say its the best, as proven in many arguements is bold and silly particularly if you have no reasonable explanation.

This could be the year that the Serie A teams come back from the edge of euro football. Inzaghi getting a hatrick in any game is worrying , as he is crap. Euro football only has one big team at the moment, Madrid. United are very much a shadow of their former teams, Bayern are well below par and up until this season no Italian team has stamped its authority on the euro scene since the great Zidane led Juve team of the mid-laye 90's.

What could happen and what any team outside of Madrid can hope for is that Madrid will have too many creative players, the old saying of "too many cooks spoil the food", ie they will not take orders off each other as their egos will get the better of them. Figo, Ronaldo, raul, Zidane, Roberto Carlos. Thats 5 of the top 10 players in the world, in the one team. How does a manager keep them all happy? They are all going to be expecting prefrential treatment. Carlos is the only professional on that team , not too big for his boots. The rest are likely to moan over the season, so hopefull for soccer, and the good of the game, somebody will overthrow Madrid in europe.

Barca are on the right track again with LVG. Unfortunately, they have no transfer funds for him to spend on improving the squad. They are looking much better either way and are on their way to winning their CL group.

I think you're being a bit harsh on some of the Real players. Besides, that's my job!

Seriously though, I think R Carlos, Zidane and Raul are all professionals. IMO Figo and Ronaldo are the only two who would cause problems. Raul seems to have free reign over any and everything at the club, so he could cause problems. I doubt he will though. Either way, they all should be in the starting XI every match barring injury or fatigue.

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