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Which team will win La Liga 2014/15?

Atlético de Madrid
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FC Barcelona
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Real Madrid CF
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Valencia CF
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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #195 on: March 02, 2015, 01:58:09 PM »
Racing 2 - Temperley 1

1st  winning match in this championship :)


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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #198 on: March 07, 2015, 06:09:36 PM »
Ferencváros is probably the strongest Hungarian club at the moment with Gera and Hajnal... ::)

Ferencváros - Györi ETO FC 3-0
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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #199 on: March 07, 2015, 06:24:51 PM »
Vectocvaros!

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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #200 on: March 07, 2015, 06:26:35 PM »
I guess Vector posted about the Romanian coach of ETO.
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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #201 on: March 08, 2015, 10:23:42 AM »
Real Madrid lost a match - excuse factory started immediately with the usual explanation: cr was a bit injured. So, the other 10 stars from the team are just muppets, who can't win a game for RMA? :D
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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #202 on: March 09, 2015, 01:07:13 PM »
Orbanistan, latest results:

NB I (a.k.a. "Mennyei", which means "Heavenly", a name created by Trollfoci)

Ferencváros - Györi ETO FC 3-0 (told earlier)
Videoton - Nyíregyháza 3-0
Debrecen - Újpest 0-0

Standings after 19 rounds:
1 Videoton 48 pts (45-8)
2 MTK Budapest 42 pts (30-18)
3 Ferencváros 37 pts (30-15)
4 Debrecen 35 pts (27-12)
5 Diósgyör 33 pts (29-22)
6 Paks 31 pts (29-18)
...
10 Györi ETO FC 24 pts (27-26)

NB III, Eastern Division

Gyöngyös (14th from 16, with 7 little points before the match) - Kazincbarcika 1-1

Standings (after 16 rounds):

1 Kisvárda 41 pts
2 Putnok 40 pts
3 Kazincbarcika 30 pts
4 Tiszaújváros 29 pts
5 Hatvan 29 pts
6 Cigánd 29 pts

Megye I (a.k.a. "Mennyei Megyei", megye means county)

Bácsa FC - Beled SE 1-0

Standings after 17 rounds:
1 Csorna 40 pts
2 Györszemere 33 pts
3 Nyúl 30 pts
4 Bácsa FC 28 pts
5 Lipót 26 pts
6 Lébény 25 pts
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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #203 on: March 09, 2015, 02:56:02 PM »
NB I (a.k.a. "Mennyei", which means "Heavenly", a name created by Trollfoci)

I had sort of understood the Mennyei references due to Google Translate + context from your posts about NB I. But what the skid is biszem-baszom?  ???

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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #204 on: March 09, 2015, 03:25:51 PM »
Biszem-baszom... quite a hard one to translate. ;D

Trollfoci is a popular football blog, creating several football memes (especially about Hungarian football). They started to use "biszem-baszom" for all foreign football leagues (and even for World Cup, Champions League, etc.), which is a funny sounding and slightly ugly expression for insignificant things (baszni means "to fu.ck"). Of course this is just irony. They used to caricature the Hungarian football in a very shameless way.

However, their main goal is to advertise the Hungarian national team and club football - that's why their slogan is "Say no to biszem-baszom!". It can be weak or corrupt, but still: it's our league. :D

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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #205 on: March 09, 2015, 03:53:10 PM »
Of course this is just irony. They used to caricature the Hungarian football in a very shameless way.

Well... at least you guys are not the only ones blessed with a Heavenly National Football League  :D  ;D

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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #206 on: March 09, 2015, 04:01:29 PM »
The same in Brazil? :D

Even if Brazil is one of the strongest national teams, the domestic league doesn't seem to be half as good as La Liga or Bundesliga. Once I started to watch a Corinthians match, but couldn't stay awake, because the game was damned slow and boring, with static tricks*. ::) Of course still ways better than Hungary.

* Neymar was quite good in that when he played in BRA league - now he learned in Barca how to make less attractive, but more effective tricks while moving. But he's still far from Ronaldinho, who was the king of flip flap.
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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #207 on: March 09, 2015, 04:45:27 PM »
The same in Brazil? :D

Mutatis mutandis, yes. Overrated players, wildly inconsistent teams (due to selling good players too quickly and/or plain mismanagement); slow and boring games (as you noticed) ruled by unimaginative, conservative tactics; a puffed-up and overreaching "Superior Court of Sporting Justice". Corruption and rule-bending were perhaps a little worse fifteen or twenty years ago, but we still have absurd situations like the Portuguesa/Héverton affair in 2013.

Once I started to watch a Corinthians match, but couldn't stay awake, because the game was damned slow and boring, with static tricks*. ::)

Corinthians is actually playing decent football now that Tite (a much better manager than Mano Menezes) has returned, though they remain a patient, counter-attacking side. For the past two years Cruzeiro was miles ahead of everyone else as far as attractive football goes, but now they lost several important players, and I'm not currently following their games to see how they are coping.

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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #208 on: March 09, 2015, 06:13:03 PM »
Cruzeiro are on a reconstruction process after a lot of changes. I believe what this will be a transition season.

Corinthians is with the best team at this moment. Tite gave a personality for the squad.

São Paulo have good players,but does not have much collective consistency. Looks like a crowd of players.

Atlético Paranaense is giving the impression that will fight against relegation on National Championship: no good acquisitions to supply some exits and no new players for some weak sectors, like the defense and the creative midfielder sector. When Gustavo is the best team's center back, it's a advice that have several problems.

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Re: Football Fanats 2015
« Reply #209 on: March 09, 2015, 06:32:29 PM »
Incredible goal of Jhonatan, goalkeeper of Operário Ferroviário (Ponta Grossa), against Nacional (Rolândia):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2Un-xyRrkA

Ponta Grossa and Rolândia are two cities with malicious name in portuguese. Ponta Grossa means thick tip and Rolândia is the city of Roland (german warrior), but Rola is a therm for penis.
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