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Old 31-08-2013, 19:11   #1
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Luis Enrique is Celta's coach?! How did that happen? And they are playing really good, too. Pfff, I don't like it.
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It ended as a draw. So far they have 5 points after 3 matchdays, same number we had last year, at this point. Let's take that as a good sign
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But you have to admit they were very unlucky not to win. Only Alex Lopez hit the post twice.
On the other hand, I couldn't believe they managed to survive that thunderstorm against Betis last matchday.
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But you have to admit they were very unlucky not to win. Only Alex Lopez hit the post twice.
On the other hand, I couldn't believe they managed to survive that thunderstorm against Betis last matchday.
Well, we were also unlucky not to win at Valencia in the second half, and rather unlucky in our 1-1 draw Getafe (damn Riki and his misses!!). So, I'm trying to stay positive

That said, I do realise that Celta doesn't seem to be a relegation candidate this season.
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Yes, their beginning also reminds me of us last season...

The funniest thing was that Celta played really good and had a lot of chances, about 15-20, meanwhile Granada practically scored in the only clear chance, and even was close to win at the end. Celta is playing a good football in attack, but I have my doubts with their defense, quite unexperienced.

As a curiosity, the 20,000 at the stadium were insulting Riki the whole match. What a pity he didn't score yesterday, as he always use to do against Celta.
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As a curiosity, the 20,000 at the stadium were insulting Riki the whole match. What a pity he didn't score yesterday, as he always use to do against Celta.
Really? Did not notice that. Now I regret it even more he did not score (that was the reason I watched the match - to see Riki shut them up ). But Granada were so poor, he barely received any passes.

Agree with Greg, unfortunately Celta could easily finish safe somewhere in the middle of the table this season.
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Osasuna trashed 0-3 by Villarreal and they could sack the coach and it's only matchday 03!
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Really? Did not notice that. Now I regret it even more he did not score (that was the reason I watched the match - to see Riki shut them up ). But Granada were so poor, he barely received any passes.

Agree with Greg, unfortunately Celta could easily finish safe somewhere in the middle of the table this season.

Oh, for sure, he was highly whistled every time he touched the ball, and chants of "Riki subnormal", and against Coruña and Depor. The typical celtarras behaviour, nothing new.

Of course, sth similar happens at the Riazor when some ex-Celta player comes with other team.
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I guess I did not notice it because I was pretending to be studying, so I muted the TV down.
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Copa del Rey 3rd Round Draw

Girona-Alavés
Eibar-Alcorcón
Las Palmas-Hércules
Recreativo-Lugo
Real Jaén-Deportivo
Tudelano-Cartagena
Haro-Algeciras
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Xerez- Lleida Esportiu
Nástic Tarragona-Burgos

Ties to played approx 16th October
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If you don't like CR7 will like this

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I like how benzema laugh at him
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http://www.marca.com/2013/09/20/futb...379679896.html

Marca publishes today some data of the salary cap for Primera teams:

Millions= Team

190= Madrid & Barça

66= Atlético de Madrid

45-50= Valencia & Sevilla

30-40= Málaga, Villarreal, Real Sociedad & Athletic de Bilbao

14-23= Osasuna, Getafe, Granada, Espanyol & Betis

11-14= Almería, Rayo, Valladolid, Levante, Elche & Celta
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Really, what kinda of a league is this: 1:17 salary cap quocient between first and last.

And if you count all the teams without RM,Barca you get around 450 for 18 teams.
Barca and RM combined 380 for 2 team.

Primera is becoming a joke.
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Spanish logic..!!
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Really, what kinda of a league is this: 1:17 salary cap quocient between first and last.

And if you count all the teams without RM,Barca you get around 450 for 18 teams.
Barca and RM combined 380 for 2 team.

Primera is becoming a joke.
their incomes 500M:30M are also 17:1.

and as I said earlier for a lot of times, it has been always this way. Puskás has never played for Osasuna, neither Cruyff for Murcia. Depor produced huge talents in the fifties-sixties, one (Amancio) left for Madrid, the other (Luis Suarez) for Barca.

Madrid won 32 championships, Barca 22, and all the other Spanish football clubs together won 28...
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