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The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by huntsman on Sat Sep 06, 2014 4:57 am

Madrid are changing their skin to start fresh all over again - Carlo Ancelloti -Sep 2014.

Everything which Mourinho has meticulously built over three years had been disarmed. The selling of Ozil, di maria, Lopez, Alonso and now the coach privileges. When Mourinho took over the shambles of Madrid, they were nothing but a practice and a good warm up for any team in any league in the CL. Back in the days, it was a mutual benefit; Madrid wanted to dethrone Barcelona from being the top club in La Liga and be competitive again in the CL and Mourinho wanted a new challenge and full control over the club policies related to team selection and players market; the result was a marriage that lasted three years and perhaps the only one in recent memory in a club like Real Madrid. A club that thrives on politics where trophies are just a facade.

He was the only man that could have brought back Madrid from the land of the forgotten. After a good transitional first season and a successful second dethroning Barcelona, Mourinho's main mission had been accomplished. Ofcourse he was brought to win the ever sought after La Decima but the blueprint is now in place and Mourinho, the perfectionist who is now after more corrections in the club is now a cause of concern and instability; he shall no longer be required and his services shall be dismissed. To start a fire, you need three things; a combustible source (mourinho; a consumable), oxygen (fans, dressing room; an unlimited resource)and finally a spark (Iker Casillas and the media) and the fire rises.

There is still hope that when Madrid tastes again the bitterness of failure, the club will restore at least some of the privileges that were once brought by the man who single-handedly changed the structure of Real Madrid.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by DeletedUser#1 on Sat Sep 06, 2014 5:16 am

Spot on as usual and it's very sad to see.

Only 1 month ago, I thought R.Madrid had the most balanced and depthed squad of all time, being European Champions and all.

now kicking out ADM, Xabi, and Lopez, has completely destroyed all the structure built before, and I won't be surprised if they don't even make top 4 in La Liga this year following emergence of Valencia and Sevilla.


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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by Valkyrja on Sat Sep 06, 2014 7:30 am

rofl

Will bump this at the end of the season. Not to make top4 Laughing

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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by LeBéninois on Sat Sep 06, 2014 7:58 am

Decline is not the appropriate word.

They are very likely to be in la liga top 2 and reach the semis of the CL.

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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by Art Morte on Sat Sep 06, 2014 8:02 am

Win CL in May.

Madrid's decline -thread in September.

OK.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by Donuts on Sat Sep 06, 2014 8:05 am

agreed rip
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by rwo power on Sat Sep 06, 2014 10:47 am

@Art Morte wrote:Win CL in May.
Madrid's decline -thread in September.
OK.
Happened to Bayern after Pep's takeover, too. They still won the double, albeit not CL.

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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by huntsman on Sat Sep 06, 2014 2:06 pm

@Art Morte wrote:Win CL in May.

Madrid's decline -thread in September.

OK.


First the infection has to happen then the symptoms are felt and the degradation has started before La Decima, which was a foregone conclusion, was won. It was not a matter of whether Madrid wins it but how many and when. Go check mid 2013 posts about the subject.

Winning La Decima was a response to Mourinho's departure; the formula was already in place and the same team. It was just a temporary whiplash nothing to do with continuity or consistency. There were two "guaranteed" ways Madrid would have won La Decima at that point in time; either by Casillas's departure or Mourinho's. Something had to give; and whilst on a surface level many were happy that La Decima was won back in may, the reward wouldve been greater if Mourinho stayed . Of course non of this matters because the end result was a victory either way and you cant evaluate what you dont experience so all this remains in the realm of speculation. Winning La Decima; however, got nothing to do with all this, the decline of Madrid.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by Onyx on Sat Sep 06, 2014 2:23 pm

It was Ancelotti's tactics that won the CL, not Mourinho's.

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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by chad4401 on Sat Sep 06, 2014 4:05 pm

huntsman madrid got better after mou left and his tactics are garbage when he is not ptb, leave madrid alone cause your mad mou couldn't break us Laughing

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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by FalcaoPunch on Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:02 pm

We aren't declining. Just a slump and we'll bounce back without any problems
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by huntsman on Sun Sep 14, 2014 2:42 am

This thread is in the wrong section; RG. thanks.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by shadexticos on Sun Sep 14, 2014 9:19 am

I doubt we would get out of it anytime soon cos ronaldo wants to leave, and if he leaves, that's a giant gap to fill. The Only players that can fill that gap are messi, robben, di maria. But Jese can also try to fill it.

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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by BarcaLearning on Sun Sep 14, 2014 4:42 pm

Initially I thought Perez would learn from the Galaticos 1 era.... but I guess ppl are just dont change. No ones perfect and his problem remains I guess hes too ambitious and just thinks about the stars and business side of things. Disrupting and destroying the team balance lol. I guess u can say he helped build a successful team again, and yet destroyed it again.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by guest7 on Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:13 pm

one could believe huntsman is working for jorge mendes and mourinho Laughing

but its spot on, credit where due
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by huntsman on Mon Sep 15, 2014 3:24 pm

I only tell you what i know, not what others tell me and that i know.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by FalcaoPunch on Mon Sep 15, 2014 3:40 pm

With Diego here, Carlo implemented a rotation for keepers. Now that he's gone why isn't the same thing going on for Keylor and Iker?

Was Keylor just brought to sit on the bench while Iker plays his last few seasons here? Rumors are Casillas will also play CL too.
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Re: The Decline of Real Madrid

Post by farfan on Thu Oct 23, 2014 11:16 pm

@huntsman wrote:


Winning La Decima was a response to Mourinho's departure; the formula was already in place and the same team. It was just a temporary whiplash nothing to do with continuity or consistency. There were two "guaranteed" ways Madrid would have won La Decima at that point in time; either by Casillas's departure or Mourinho's. Something had to give; and whilst on a surface level many were happy that La Decima was won back in may, the reward wouldve been greater if Mourinho stayed . Of course non of this matters because the end result was a victory either way and you cant evaluate what you dont experience so all this remains in the realm of speculation. Winning La Decima; however, got nothing to do with all this, the decline of Madrid.




let's all laugh at this mourintard please Laughing
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