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Yid

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Now a new thread about suffink I don't know too much about...

I'm sat here watching Stutgart v M'Gladbach and in all honesty they both look like they'd do very well..... In league fucking 2...!

It's utter shite... Boring monotonous shite. Now I don't know if these teams are currently decent in their league or if the poxy commentator who sounds like the balld guy with specs from Masterchef are giving a true account of this German football but to say I am unimpressed is an understatement.

I also saw some total spanner banging on about how the Prem wasn't the be all and end all of football and that our league wouldn't stand up to that of the Germans... He is clearly on drugs as I think Burnley would murder these cunts...

The argument was that the Scums Oh-Bang-Ya-Nan was a better striker than Principal Lord-massive-todge Mr Harry Kane because he'd scored more goals than Harry in his 100 games... Utter horse jizz if this league is anything to go by... if that useless excuse for a football playing forhead got as many goals as he did in the principal German league then HK would have got double at least.

So if the Prem is undoubtedly the best what would you worldly football watching mob consider a comparative or runner up in this todge measuring comp?
 
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Dorset

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Now a new thread about suffink I don't know too much about...

I'm sat here watching Stutgart v M'Gladbach and in all honesty they both look like they'd do very well..... In league fucking 2...!

It's utter shite... Boring monotonous shite. Now I don't know if these teams are currently decent in their league or if the poxy commentator who sounds like the ball guy with specs from Masterchef are giving a true account of this German football but to say I am unimpressed is an understatement.

I also saw some total spanner banging on about how the Prem wasn't the be all and end all of football and that our league wouldn't stand up to that of the Germans... He is clearly on drugs as I think Burnley would murder these cunts...

The argument was that the Scums Oh-Bang-Ya-Nan was a better striker than Principal Lord-massive-todge Mr Harry Kane because he'd scored more goals than Harry in his 100 games... Utter horse jizz if this league is anything to go by... if that useless excuse for a football playing forhead got as many goals as he did then HK would have got double at least.
You shoulda watched Newcastle vs United, that was pukka. Germans? Don't mention the war, I ddi, but I think I git away with it.
 
Glenjamin

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Now a new thread about suffink I don't know too much about...

I'm sat here watching Stutgart v M'Gladbach and in all honesty they both look like they'd do very well..... In league fucking 2...!

It's utter shite... Boring monotonous shite. Now I don't know if these teams are currently decent in their league or if the poxy commentator who sounds like the balld guy with specs from Masterchef are giving a true account of this German football but to say I am unimpressed is an understatement.

I also saw some total spanner banging on about how the Prem wasn't the be all and end all of football and that our league wouldn't stand up to that of the Germans... He is clearly on drugs as I think Burnley would murder these cunts...

The argument was that the Scums Oh-Bang-Ya-Nan was a better striker than Principal Lord-massive-todge Mr Harry Kane because he'd scored more goals than Harry in his 100 games... Utter horse jizz if this league is anything to go by... if that useless excuse for a football playing forhead got as many goals as he did in the principal German league then HK would have got double at least.

So if the Prem is undoubtedly the best what would you worldly football watching mob consider a comparative or runner up in this todge measuring comp?
Probably Irish league. All the teams are equally shit but the lads empty the Fuck out eachother which makes for great tele.
 
conor1

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Probably Irish league. All the teams are equally shit but the lads empty the Fuck out eachother which makes for great tele.
Its shocking mate, just never been able to get into it. You'll probably appreciate this more than others

 
deejbah

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Stuttgart aren't very good this season (their attack is sooooooooooooo bad),so no surprise there. Premier League is probably the most exciting league but I like watching La Liga and Bundesliga games depending on who is playing. The Bundesliga has really struggled in having the teams close to Bayern losing good players regularly in the last few seasons and it doesn't help when you have quite a few bigger clubs so poorly managed both on the pitch and administratively. You get teams in La Liga (Real Betis for example) that aren't in the top teams that still play interesting football, which doesn't tend to happen in the Premier League.
 
Rev John Ripsher

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End of game team sheet ... Vitoria v Bahia, game was eventually abandoned.
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Liam

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The club was deducted three points - but managed to overturn the sanction on appeal - after Olympiakos coach Oscar Garcia was hit by a toilet roll thrown from the stands at PAOK in February...

Brilliant...
My Mrs has got family in the Thessaloniki area who support PAOK and they say the fans are fucking mental all the time, The Toumbia is meant to be a bit crazy at times.
 
J.spurs

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So Zlatan has pitched up at LA Galaxy. Today he took out a full-page ad in the LA Times:
 
BrooklynYid

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Iniesta after his final game at Barcelona:
What a photo! Really says it all. I detest Barcelona but Iniesta was really something from another world. He was a gift to the game of football, regardless whom you supported.
 
skiathospurs

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Sign him. Experience + winner.
spurs 80k a week china or MLS 80k per day ;).I would take yaya if we sold dembele or wanyama this summer,but the above point still stands for him as well.
 
skiathospurs

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He'll be a manager in five years, I'd think.
iniesta or toure?I am guessing Iniesta.Ex english star players generally have been disasters as managers,probably take their own ability/ego onto the training pitch.Easy to understand when you see them all as pundits,just constantly putting players down.
 
J.spurs

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iniesta or toure?I am guessing Iniesta.Ex english star players generally have been disasters as managers,probably take their own ability/ego onto the training pitch.Easy to understand when you see them all as pundits,just constantly putting players down.
Haha yes, Iniesta. He strikes me as the type. I think its often been the case that great players make poor managers, though there are plenty of exceptions. It would be hard coaching players that can't do the things you could. But Iniesta's such an intelligent player, I could see him in management. Toure will probably just sit on his ass the rest of his life like he has these last two seasons.
 
Don Diaz

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Haha yes, Iniesta. He strikes me as the type. I think its often been the case that great players make poor managers, though there are plenty of exceptions. It would be hard coaching players that can't do the things you could. But Iniesta's such an intelligent player, I could see him in management. Toure will probably just sit on his ass the rest of his life like he has these last two seasons.
Toure will be president of an African nation, bit like George Weah . Give it a few years and Salah will be running Egypt and Son South Korea....
 
Yid

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Iniesta was probably the best player over the entire course of his career I have ever seen... he never seemed shit. Can't remember him having a bad game... I naively put it down to him being in a side made up of superstars initially.... but he consistently stood out in whatever team / era he played through.
 
Glenjamin

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Iniesta is definitely one of my favourite ever players. He makes a ball do whatever he wants. Absolute magic.

I remember in a game watching him take this ball out of the air. It's was high as Fuck. He was surrounded by 3 guys who knew what he was going to do, and he knew that, and instead turned the ball on the outside of his boot. Created himself about 10 yards of space. Was the coolest thing I ever did see..... Outside of looking in the mirror obviously!

Truly a great player and seems like a really decent chap aswell. You never hear much about him, seems to just keep himself to himself and I have alot of respect for that.
 

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