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Offline Segun Oluwaniyi

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Re: The other games today - 2010/11
« Reply #10300 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 10:50:47 pm »
Bale really is superb at the moment.

He'll get a move to a big club soon enough.
He's already there, brummie. He's already there.

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« Reply #10301 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 10:54:37 pm »
Bale really is superb at the moment.

He'll get a move to a big club soon enough.
He's already there, brummie. He's already there.

Obviously, I'm speaking of a hypothetical world in which there is a greater club than Tottenham.
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Re: The other games today - 2010/11
« Reply #10302 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 10:55:41 pm »
Lionel Messi: 15 goals in 13 appearances this season. :lol:

I don't know if I've watched slightly less Spanish football this season or the fact I don't have SSN anymore, or whatever it is, but I haven't heard AS much about him. It's just accepted he's going to be utterly insane. :lol:
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« Reply #10303 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 10:58:22 pm »
Lionel Messi: 15 goals in 13 appearances this season. :lol:

I don't know if I've watched slightly less Spanish football this season or the fact I don't have SSN anymore, or whatever it is, but I haven't heard AS much about him. It's just accepted he's going to be utterly insane. :lol:

Yeah it's pretty much expected that he's going to score shitloads. :laugh:
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« Reply #10304 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:02:21 pm »
Lionel Messi: 15 goals in 13 appearances this season. :lol:

I don't know if I've watched slightly less Spanish football this season or the fact I don't have SSN anymore, or whatever it is, but I haven't heard AS much about him. It's just accepted he's going to be utterly insane. :lol:

Yeah it's pretty much expected that he's going to score shitloads. :laugh:

He's such a massive show off.
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« Reply #10305 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:04:33 pm »
Quote from: guardian article at the weekend
Leo Messi scored two, taking his total to 41 in his past 42 league games, 61 in his past 61 in total. Just as Ronaldo now boasts 38 in his 38 league games for Real Madrid.

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« Reply #10306 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:05:15 pm »
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« Reply #10307 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:05:32 pm »
Valdes vs N'Doye!

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« Reply #10308 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:06:12 pm »
Aye, was nearly a Schumacher/Battiston moment.

Barca got awarded a free-kick. :lol: :dowie:
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« Reply #10309 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:06:43 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.
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« Reply #10310 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:07:36 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

http://www.facebook.com/search/?flt=1&q=messi+bale&gl=1&lo=en_GB&tas=0.17826077962741216

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« Reply #10311 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:07:48 pm »
Valdes vs N'Doye!



f***ing hell, flying shin to the face then Puyol coming in with a thai roundhouse kick to his thigh. Don't f*** with barca.

Offline Segun Oluwaniyi

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Re: The other games today - 2010/11
« Reply #10312 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:08:52 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.
Over the last two league seasons, Drogba has scored 35 in less than 40 appearances. He's close as far as statistics will take you.

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« Reply #10313 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:12:14 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.
Over the last two league seasons, Drogba has scored 35 in less than 40 appearances. He's close as far as statistics will take you.

Hmm.
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« Reply #10314 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:14:10 pm »
Remember when 2:1 was seen as a pretty good games to goals ratio? :laugh:
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« Reply #10315 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:14:28 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.
Over the last two league seasons, Drogba has scored 35 in less than 40 appearances. He's close as far as statistics will take you.

Hmm.

Not all players are goal scorers though. Xavi & Iniesta por example.

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Re: The other games today - 2010/11
« Reply #10316 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:15:56 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)
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« Reply #10317 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:16:33 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)

I was thinking that myself.

I also agree that people like Xavi and Iniesta are arguably in the same bracket.

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« Reply #10318 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:17:38 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)

Agreed Messi is the one, everyone else is just a cheap whore in comparison.

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« Reply #10319 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:18:09 pm »
Anyone else see Guillem Balague in the crowd at WHL, proper double take moment. :lol:

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Re: The other games today - 2010/11
« Reply #10320 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:19:02 pm »
It's harder to eliminate Ronaldo from a game, though. His freekicks and physical attributes makes sure of that. Ronaldo and Drogba are, imo, the two players that will do well no matter who are what they are playing with. Ronaldo and various animals would stilll be likely to threaten.

Messi is better, though.

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« Reply #10321 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:19:33 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)

It's blatantly not like. A while ago I would have agreed, but Ronaldo's took it to another level really. When he's not pissing about and just goes for it without all the wankery he's just as devastating as Messi in his influence and pretty much the complete footballer. Every player below them is nowhere near their level.
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Re: The other games today - 2010/11
« Reply #10322 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:21:20 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)

It's blatantly not like. A while ago I would have agreed, but Ronaldo's took it to another level really. When he's not pissing about and just goes for it without all the wankery he's just as devastating as Messi in his influence and pretty much the complete footballer.

I was slightly joking with but personally I'd have Messi fairly comfortably ahead of Ronaldo. Not miles ahead or owt, as Ronaldo is very effective at what he does (and is a different type of player to Messi really) but I still think Messi is absolutely numero uno.
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« Reply #10323 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:25:25 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)

It's blatantly not like. A while ago I would have agreed, but Ronaldo's took it to another level really. When he's not pissing about and just goes for it without all the wankery he's just as devastating as Messi in his influence and pretty much the complete footballer.

I was slightly joking with but personally I'd have Messi fairly comfortably ahead of Ronaldo. Not miles ahead or owt, as Ronaldo is very effective at what he does (and is a different type of player to Messi really) but I still think Messi is absolutely numero uno.

Oh aye, me too. I just dont think the gap is anywhere near what it was in 2008. Think about who you'd have 3rd though, that can really BE a football match, and not just influence it. Xavi does that, but he's the composer. Messi and Ronaldo are the whole thing when they need to be. No one is near them, no one.
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« Reply #10324 on: Tuesday 2 November 2010, 11:27:32 pm »
The gap in quality between Messi and Ronaldo, and then whoever you want to say is 3rd best in the world is absolutely staggering.

Fixed. :)

It's blatantly not like. A while ago I would have agreed, but Ronaldo's took it to another level really. When he's not pissing about and just goes for it without all the wankery he's just as devastating as Messi in his influence and pretty much the complete footballer.

I was slightly joking with but personally I'd have Messi fairly comfortably ahead of Ronaldo. Not miles ahead or owt, as Ronaldo is very effective at what he does (and is a different type of player to Messi really) but I still think Messi is absolutely numero uno.

Oh aye, me too. I just dont think the gap is anywhere near what it was in 2008. Think about who you'd have 3rd though, that can really BE a football match, and not just influence it. Xavi does that, but he's the composer. Messi and Ronaldo are the whole thing when they need to be. No one is near them, no one.

Gazza Bale surely?