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Re: Official Real Madrid Thread At least it was Barca tho' date=' treble winners with the worlds best attack, not like they lost like this..... [YOUTUBE']rWTaJOQaj08[/YOUTUBE]

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Re: Official Real Madrid Thread Hala Madrid We taking La Decima this year

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Rafael Ferdinand van der Vaart!!!!!! And AGAIN! Told you all he's class B)

Higuian also added one. So after 30 mins Madrid is winning 3-0 :)

EDIT : Higuian... WOW.... Amazing.... Speechless.... 4-0.

Wow!! Higuain!! absolutely Amazing!!! super first touch! :D

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Still not going to win the league B)

Nice goal by Higuain BTW' date=' [b']he will be going to Barca in the summer. [/b]:)

yep and we are getting messi and ibrahimovic as well as 30 Million for him too... (haha I'd actually rather keep higuain)!

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WooW that Higuain Goal was cracking !! Do you think he can get 93 ?? ;)

Definitely Deserves It! 23 Goals last season and 12 so far this season! Imo he's our most consistent striker. ;)

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And people wonder why Catalans and Basque's despise the arrogant Madridistas

Catalans do not hate Madridistas.. Correction: Barcelona Fans Hate Madrid... Espanyol Have more Catalans in their team yet' date=' have no problem with being spanish... unlike Laporta and Guardiola's Rants and political statements about Catalunya..

Lest anyone forgot, there is another club from Barcelona, a certain Espanyol, who almost invariably have more Catalans in their side than Barcelona do, whose section of supporters identify themselves as Spanish and not only as Catalans, but sadly whose existence is almost cruelly suppressed by the media.

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Catalans do not hate Madridistas.. Correction: Barcelona Fans Hate Madrid... Espanyol Have more Catalans in their team yet' date=' have no problem with being spanish... unlike Laporta and Guardiola's Rants and political statements about Catalunya..[/quote']

They are completely different cultures. I never said Catalans hated being Spanish, although Catalan nationalism is a subject that continually crops up politically (with some support not to the extend of the Basque's request for greater autonomy) and culturally.

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They are completely different cultures. I never said Catalans hated being Spanish' date=' although Catalan nationalism is a subject that continually crops up politically (with some support not to the extend of the Basque's request for greater autonomy) and culturally.[/quote']

Give this a read: Spanish Inquisition: The Impossible Separation Of Sport And State In La Liga

its a good read and shows how In no other country is sport as inexorably linked to domestic political affairs as it is in Spain. It seems there is far more to chanting ¡Hala Madrid!, ¡Visca Barca!, ¡Amunt Valencia!, ¡Aupa Athletic!, ¡Forza Depor! or even ¡Viva España! than simply supporting one’s team. In Spain, it is this special connection that truly makes football the beautiful game.

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Excuse me' date=' kind Sir, but could you show ANY post of mine in this forum where I have showed any signs of arrogance?

Thank you in advance.[/quote']

MadridXxXLiete quoted a chant he heard during a match.

Im sorry I shall rephrase "And people wonder why Catalans and Basque's despise the arrogant Madridistas, Tom Erdenay not included"

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MadridXxXLiete quoted a chant he heard during a match.

Im sorry I shall rephrase "And people wonder why Catalans and Basque's despise the arrogant Madridistas' date=' Tom Erdenay not included"[/quote']

lol.

I've only tried to underline 1 thing : Generalization and judging people before you've know them at all is wrong. There are plenty of non-arrogant Madridistas and plenty of arrogant cules or Red Devils. Clubs identity doesn't affect your personality - you are who you are.

In fact, I think it's very ignorant and even arrogant to state the facts that you did. I'm not saying that you've been wrong in the particular case, but that statement is just wrong.

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Castilla beat Guadalajara 2-0!

two nice goals from Luis Hernandez and Rodrigo.

Line up: Adan; Velayos, Gary, Juanan, Nacho; Mateos, Mosquera, Luis Hernandez, Juan Carlos (R. Ruiz, 76'); Samu (Rodrigo, 70'), Cristian.

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Right Off Real Madrid.com, the Champions for Africa Charity match, which took place in the Santiago Bernabue last night. Between La Liga Selection and Africa United.. (Sergio Ramos Captained the La Liga team.)

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The Christmas spirit, that which seals the solidarity as a way of life, took the Santiago Bernabeu in a festive evening, great prelude to the approximate dates. The preferred scenario has used this campaign to be a sure stake football and goals. But what mattered on this day was not the result but the spirit to demonstrate the solidarity of the more than fifty great players - Casillas, Arbeloa, Ramos, Granero, Marcelo, Diarra, Villa, Albelda, Webó, Negredo, Mata, Keita, Kanoute, etc., etc. .- that, before hanging up his boots for Christmas, wanted to participate and enjoy this great initiative for the benefit of joint educational projects in Africa.

If David Bisbal started the night with his song "Slave kisses," the Santiago Bernabeu was again another day, "slave of the goals," this time, seventeen so many caring and poverty. The objective was clear: to enjoy the public and raise as much funds to promote education in Africa ... Purposes met: fun, raising 300,000 euros.

In a football game not to use, where there was the time of hiring physically and recreate it, it was Marcellus who from his left wing put the ball into the area to which a parent project, Kanoute, topped with Casillas, the Real Madrid goalkeeper picked rejected a spherical Benachour to 'open the can' (min 5). The tables were swift and Llorente was the first to brand the scoring team of the Liga BBVA (min.10). But before starting to write about things that really matter this afternoon, great atmosphere and the deployment of jokes and loving gestures that were among the players, to note that the 1-2 with which it came to rest was the work of Koné from the front (min.11).

DIARRA LEADS THE JOKES

The hosts, the Madrid fans, by playing in his fief, were the most displayed their sense of humor. And if there is a king of jokes that's Mahamadou Diarra. First with his good friend Casillas, then to fail Ramos, one of the organizers of the project, and later, calling for a "yellow card" for Barn is misled when she had to leave the game field. But one of the most applauded of the party was rising to the attack of Casillas. He could not finish its offensive, but the Real Madrid showed his skill with the ball at his feet.

RAIN OF GOALS IN SOLIDARITY IN THE SECOND HALF

The second half started like the first, with goals of solidarity. Luque (46), Soldado (min.48), Cristian Fernandez (min.50) went round the marker for the selection of the Liga. A proper name of the night for the African side was Manucho (author of a beautiful Vaseline to put the 3-4 and 4-5). The other was Al-Jaber bigoleador (min.60 and author of last goal of the night).

By the combination of the Liga Jesus Navas was exalted as the best assistant, participating in three goals. First putting it to have marked Antonito (67), then Calleja (min. 78) and third instance to Negredo (min.89). A festival of goals also were added Songo'o (min.81), Momo (min.83) and Alley (min.85). But the most beautiful of the night Bodipo after signing out of the center (min. 84). "You smell" and an audience doing the "wave" put the finishing touch gold to a night in which he won the solidarity and the "holiday spirit".

Lineups and Goals:

9 .- SELECTION LIGA BBVA (coach Javier Clemente): Casillas, Arbeloa, Botia, Ramos(Captain), Pernia, Etxeberria, Albelda, Granero, Mata, Villa and Llorente.

Also played: Cristian Fernandez Luque, Soldier, Borja Celestini Negredo, Gerard, Ricardo, Jesus Navas, Alley, Javi Venta, Momo, Calleja, Antonito, Baraja and Tronk.

8 .- AFRICA UNITED (coach Luis Aragones): Palop, Lauren, Ze Castro, Diarra, Marcelo; Benachour Zokora, Koné, Keita, Kanoute(Captain) and Webó.

They also played Bodipo: Al-Jaber, Lopez Vallejo, Ogbeche, Songo'o, Manucho, Keita, Romaric, Kome, Luis Hernandez, Laguardia, Omi.

GOALS: 0-1, min 5: Benachour, 1-1, min.10: Llorente. 1-2, min. 11: Kone. 2-2, min. 46: Luque. 2-3, min, 48: Soldier. 2-4, min 50: Cristian Fernandez. 3-4, min 55: Manucho. 4-4: min. 60: Al Jader. 4-5, min. 66: Manucho. 5-5, min. 67: Antonito. 6-5, min. 78: Alley. 6-6, min. 81: Songo'o. 7-6, min. 83: Momo. 7-7 min, 83: Bodipo. 8-7, min. 85: Alley. 9-7, min. 89: Negredo. 9-8, min 90. Al-Jaber.

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