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Post by Myesyats on Mon May 07, 2018 3:31 am

Kids from academy lmao? These are coaches and managers, grown men and not kids and they probably decided to do this themselves. After all, at least somebody showed a bit of class because that never happens when those farmers from Madrid come to Camp Nou.

Go focus on your team of peasants' trophyless season. I'm looking forward to Liverpool toying with your sorry ass on the CL night.  I'm predicting Navas to have a couple brainfarts, he won't sustain the pressure of budget MSN on the counter.

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Post by sportsczy on Mon May 07, 2018 8:24 am

We own Europe... you're champions of a small territory within Europe.

How do those apples taste?

And Barca will never be associated with "class" while Real Madrid always has.

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Post by Harmonica on Mon May 07, 2018 8:48 am

You own refs, nothing more, all your tituleros the last decade are fake, bar the one hidious Copa.

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Post by Myesyats on Mon May 07, 2018 11:40 am

Villarreal have announced that they will do the ‘Pasillo’ for Barça this Wednesday. [rac1]

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Post by Mr Nick09 on Mon May 07, 2018 11:43 am

@Myesyats wrote:Kids from academy lmao? These are coaches and managers, grown men and not kids and they probably decided to do this themselves. After all, at least somebody showed a bit of class because that never happens when those farmers from Madrid come to Camp Nou.

Go focus on your team of peasants' trophyless season. I'm looking forward to Liverpool toying with your sorry ass on the CL night.  I'm predicting Navas to have a couple brainfarts, he won't sustain the pressure of budget MSN on the counter.
you did a pasillo to yourself that's the point, bunch of jabronis

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Post by Myesyats on Mon May 07, 2018 11:46 am

The coaches congratulated their players, that’s normal. Doesn’t matter that it was in the form of a Pasillo.

At least we have something to congratulate for, you farmers.

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Post by guest7 on Mon May 07, 2018 11:47 am

Harmonica has been shitposting alot lately

He is losing it IMO Laughing those 3 UCLs hurt him bad along with 4 Balon d'Ors... its game over Harmonica
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Post by Mr Nick09 on Mon May 07, 2018 11:55 am

@Myesyats wrote:The coaches congratulated their players, that’s normal. Doesn’t matter that it was in the form of a Pasillo.

At least we have something to congratulate for, you farmers.
no staff ever in the history of la Liga has done that lol, so desperate to have one you did it to yourself.

But it proves a point doing the pasillo used to be a matter of respect between teams but now with Petry clowns like Pique we are from that.

I hear Villarreal are gonna give you one, what stupidity, but I bet it won't feel as good lol

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Post by Myesyats on Mon May 07, 2018 12:21 pm

Yeah, whatever. It doesn't matter anyway

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Post by Harmonica on Mon May 07, 2018 1:32 pm


And soon these young hopes are ruined when they learn the way of the Uefadirt. Rolling Eyes

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Post by farfan on Mon May 07, 2018 1:35 pm

These clowns are still crying about their Pissillo?

unreal.
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Post by Doc on Mon May 07, 2018 1:40 pm

Sigh, the children didn't just do that, they were told by adults to do that. The adults wearing the Real Madrid jackets. Seriously, how can one be so obsessed with this is beyond me. Linetty said the most correct thing: it does not matter.

Barcelona won the double and they blew a 4-1 lead to Roma. Titles already been giving out, this is over.

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Post by terrance511 on Mon May 07, 2018 2:10 pm

@farfan wrote:These clowns are still crying about their Pissillo?

unreal.


it's because that's all they got left.

pls be nice.

i understand most neutral fans cant stand that team fanbase, but madrid fans had learned to not take those whiner seriously long time ago.
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Post by CBarca on Mon May 07, 2018 2:42 pm

@sportsczy wrote:We own Europe... you're champions of a small territory within Europe.

How do those apples taste?

And Barca will never be associated with "class" while Real Madrid always has.


Lol

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Post by Winter is Coming on Mon May 07, 2018 3:01 pm

@sportsczy wrote:We own Europe...you're champions of a small territory within Europe.

How do those apples taste?

And Barca will never be associated with "class" while Real Madrid always has.

Indeed. The same territory we whoop your @ss in and send you to Europe because that's all you got left.

A club associated with General Franco has no class whatsoever.

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Post by halamadrid2 on Mon May 07, 2018 3:11 pm

Whoop your arses Laughing the 3-0 gift getting to your heads I see. ZZ has lost 2 clasicos in 8. Enjoy your league titles you won against strikerless RM

Franco wishes we were his club. He had to settle for pathetico. Real Madrid were above him.
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Post by Valkyrja on Mon May 07, 2018 3:18 pm

@Winter is Coming wrote:
@sportsczy wrote:We own Europe...you're champions of a small territory within Europe.

How do those apples taste?

And Barca will never be associated with "class" while Real Madrid always has.

Indeed. The same territory we whoop your @ss in and send you to Europe because that's all you got left.

A club associated with General Franco has no class whatsoever.



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Post by Winter is Coming on Mon May 07, 2018 3:26 pm

@halamadrid2 wrote:Whoop your arses Laughing the 3-0 gift getting to your heads I see. ZZ has lost 2 clasicos in 8. Enjoy your league titles you won against strikerless RM

Franco wishes we were his club. He had to settle for pathetico. Real Madrid were above him.

ZZ has also lost 2 league titles and 3 CdR to Barcelona is the correct view.

Your losing to a no midfield Barcelona for a few years now don't give me that strikerless Madrid nonsense rofl

Franco used you as his club that won't change at the end. You are associated with that dictator.

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Post by Mr Nick09 on Mon May 07, 2018 3:36 pm

We are associated to him by uneducated people like yourself now posting it twice here.

I think about the poor barcalearning here, he will surely take the propaganda as true. Poor lad

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Post by Winter is Coming on Mon May 07, 2018 3:37 pm

@Mr Nick09 wrote:We are associated to him by uneducated people like yourself now posting it twice here.

I think about the poor barcalearning here, he will surely take the propaganda as true. Poor lad


Or maybe its you that is uneducated about the history...

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Post by Mr Nick09 on Mon May 07, 2018 3:42 pm

@Winter is Coming wrote:
@Mr Nick09 wrote:We are associated to him by uneducated people like yourself now posting it twice here.

I think about the poor barcalearning here, he will surely take the propaganda as true. Poor lad


Or maybe its you that is uneducated about the history...
it's definitely you bruh, your user is "winter is coming"... This is summer, what a liar

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Post by Winter is Coming on Mon May 07, 2018 3:48 pm

@Mr Nick09 wrote:
@Winter is Coming wrote:
@Mr Nick09 wrote:We are associated to him by uneducated people like yourself now posting it twice here.

I think about the poor barcalearning here, he will surely take the propaganda as true. Poor lad


Or maybe its you that is uneducated about the history...
it's definitely you bruh, your user is "winter is coming"... This is summer, what a liar


Ok, you got me.

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Post by Doc on Mon May 07, 2018 3:51 pm

There are various reasons that have led to this becoming an established discourse, and the role of Barcelona in perpetuating the myth should not be underestimated. The story of Real Madrid’s connections to Franco fits with Barcelona’s preferred narrative, which likes to see the club as symbolising the established order and the conservative, centralised Spain whereas they themselves symbolise democracy and an independent Catalonia – the plucky underdogs, who succeeded in spite of intense persecution from the regime.

Without a doubt, clubs like Barcelona and Athletic Club, who represent Catalonia and the Basque Country respectively, suffered during the regime due to their regions’ demands for their dialects, cultures, and individual identities to be officially recognised. Franco’s Spain was based on centralisation and ethnic, cultural and linguistic homogenisation, and anyone that challenged this was essentially suppressed.

It was for this reason that Athletic Club were in 1941 forced to change their name to Atlético Club – Franco had banned the use of any languages other than Castellano, the official Spanish language, and ‘Athletic’ is a Basque word. Los Leones were also forced to abandon the policy which only allowed Basque-born players to play for the club, an important part of the tradition and heritage of the club.

Against this backdrop of persecution for regional teams, Real Madrid’s treatment might well have appeared preferential. In comparison to troublesome teams like Barcelona and Bilbao, who implicitly rejected the regime, and whom Franco saw as a threat to Spanish national identity, Los Blancos symbolised the power of centralisation and of traditional Spanish language and culture.

By its very nature, a centralising regime is built on the power of its capital, and the Franco regime was centred, politically and economically, around Madrid. For this reason, Real Madrid, as the most successful team in the city, and the most prestigious team of entirely Castilian identity, was always likely to be the preferred team of the dictator.

It was for this reason that the Generalísimo paid regular visits to watch the side in the 1950s and ’60s, especially during their most successful period when, inspired by the majestic Di Stéfano, they won five consecutive European Cups between 1956 and 1960.

However, the suggestion that their success was in some way owed to the regime is almost certainly exaggerated. The common assumption is that Real Madrid were great because Franco supported them, but it would be more accurate to say that Franco supported them because they were great. Real Madrid symbolised everything that Franco stood for – the power of a centralised Spain, the power of Madrid, and the strength of traditional Castilian values.

Real Madrid were a diplomatic and political tool for the dictator, in more ways than one. Firstly, the club’s success, particularly on the European platform, presented an idea of Spain that was far removed from the general perception of the country that was prevalent on the continent. Franco’s regime, although primarily inward-looking, was hugely concerned with the way it was perceived by the rest of Europe, and Real Madrid were the perfect PR tool, projecting an idea of a wealthy, happy and united Spain that was at odds with the reality.

Secondly, his association with and apparent backing of Real Madrid could be used implicitly by Franco as a criticism of Catalonia and the Basque Country, who used football as a way of expressing their cultural and linguistic identities and their dissatisfaction with the regime. Barcelona and Real Madrid, even then, were by far the most successful teams in Spain and any endorsement of Real Madrid, as Franco well knew, was also a rejection of Barcelona, and conversely of Catalonia, whose separatist movement was by far the biggest threat to Spanish national unity in the dictator’s eyes.

https://thesefootballtimes.co/2015/09/27/real-madrid-and-the-franco-regime/

I'm all for banter and us making fun of each other's shit teams but I don't think we should talk about that wicked and evil man and his "association" with Real Madrid so lopsidedly.

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Post by Mr Nick09 on Mon May 07, 2018 3:51 pm

Me I think this thread has gotten boring af. Barca are a petty club, we are classier, let's leave it at that Smile you won the league bravo, see in in la Liga next season, although if Zidane is still coaching, congrats in advance

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Post by Winter is Coming on Mon May 07, 2018 3:59 pm

@Doc wrote:
There are various reasons that have led to this becoming an established discourse, and the role of Barcelona in perpetuating the myth should not be underestimated. The story of Real Madrid’s connections to Franco fits with Barcelona’s preferred narrative, which likes to see the club as symbolising the established order and the conservative, centralised Spain whereas they themselves symbolise democracy and an independent Catalonia – the plucky underdogs, who succeeded in spite of intense persecution from the regime.

Without a doubt, clubs like Barcelona and Athletic Club, who represent Catalonia and the Basque Country respectively, suffered during the regime due to their regions’ demands for their dialects, cultures, and individual identities to be officially recognised. Franco’s Spain was based on centralisation and ethnic, cultural and linguistic homogenisation, and anyone that challenged this was essentially suppressed.

It was for this reason that Athletic Club were in 1941 forced to change their name to Atlético Club – Franco had banned the use of any languages other than Castellano, the official Spanish language, and ‘Athletic’ is a Basque word. Los Leones were also forced to abandon the policy which only allowed Basque-born players to play for the club, an important part of the tradition and heritage of the club.

Against this backdrop of persecution for regional teams, Real Madrid’s treatment might well have appeared preferential. In comparison to troublesome teams like Barcelona and Bilbao, who implicitly rejected the regime, and whom Franco saw as a threat to Spanish national identity, Los Blancos symbolised the power of centralisation and of traditional Spanish language and culture.

By its very nature, a centralising regime is built on the power of its capital, and the Franco regime was centred, politically and economically, around Madrid. For this reason, Real Madrid, as the most successful team in the city, and the most prestigious team of entirely Castilian identity, was always likely to be the preferred team of the dictator.

It was for this reason that the Generalísimo paid regular visits to watch the side in the 1950s and ’60s, especially during their most successful period when, inspired by the majestic Di Stéfano, they won five consecutive European Cups between 1956 and 1960.

However, the suggestion that their success was in some way owed to the regime is almost certainly exaggerated. The common assumption is that Real Madrid were great because Franco supported them, but it would be more accurate to say that Franco supported them because they were great. Real Madrid symbolised everything that Franco stood for – the power of a centralised Spain, the power of Madrid, and the strength of traditional Castilian values.

Real Madrid were a diplomatic and political tool for the dictator, in more ways than one. Firstly, the club’s success, particularly on the European platform, presented an idea of Spain that was far removed from the general perception of the country that was prevalent on the continent. Franco’s regime, although primarily inward-looking, was hugely concerned with the way it was perceived by the rest of Europe, and Real Madrid were the perfect PR tool, projecting an idea of a wealthy, happy and united Spain that was at odds with the reality.

Secondly, his association with and apparent backing of Real Madrid could be used implicitly by Franco as a criticism of Catalonia and the Basque Country, who used football as a way of expressing their cultural and linguistic identities and their dissatisfaction with the regime. Barcelona and Real Madrid, even then, were by far the most successful teams in Spain and any endorsement of Real Madrid, as Franco well knew, was also a rejection of Barcelona, and conversely of Catalonia, whose separatist movement was by far the biggest threat to Spanish national unity in the dictator’s eyes.

https://thesefootballtimes.co/2015/09/27/real-madrid-and-the-franco-regime/

I'm all for banter and us making fun of each other's shit teams but I don't think we should talk about that wicked and evil man and his "association" with Real Madrid so lopsidedly.


I do agree with that. I guess as some Barca members piss some RM fans off here. There are some RM fans that piss Barca fans off, hence why the ongoing sh!t show goes on.


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Post by futbol on Mon May 07, 2018 4:05 pm

Madrid is the most classless club in sports history, everyone knows this. From players and staff leaving trophy celebrations early to "toilet construction works" everytime Bernabeu could be a Copa del Rey venue to not congratulating on Social Media when your rivals win to not appearing to the Ballon d'Or Gala when it's obvious Ronaldo won't win to breaking a longheld Spanish tradition.

But on top of that, imagine the president of La Liga calling out Pique for celebrating "too excessively" as unsporting behaviour" or people losing their shit when Neymar did tricks but not losin a single word about Madrid breaking a long-held tradition.

Spain truly is a banana republic. Fully understand why Catalans would want to leave that shithole.


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