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    Apparently, Javier Tebas (La Liga President) himself said he's a far-right francoist.

    He also was a former member of the fascist party Fuerza Nueva.

    http://www.elmundo.es/deportes/2016/...f748b45b5.html

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    Yes he said yesterday that he's missing a far-right party like LePen's (france's most disgusting and racist person) in Spain.

    No shit he likes Franco and Real Madrid
    The Internet is full of tribute videos with some version of the title "Messi doesn't dive" a trait rare in a sport where players roll around on the ground like gunshot victims when an opponent so much as breathes on them.

    Theories abound about why Messi won't fall, about his character or his respect for the game, but I think it's much simpler. If he dives, he loses the ball.

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    Anyone has a full translation for it?!

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    Javier Tebas on the Spanish government's decision to ban the Catalan independence flags in CdR-final between Sevilla vs. Barcelona:

    "I respect and understand the decision taken by the government delegation in Madrid. We are talking about the King's Cup, which is also the Spanish Cup, and the Esteladas are symbols that defend the destruction of Spain. It makes sense, being that it's the Spanish Cup, and having to preserve public order, that these symbols which support the destruction of Spain are not permitted."
    Tebas on FC Barcelona's official statement about this issue

    "Barcelona is a team from Catalonia and they have always operated on this line. It's an internal debate, almost philosophic, about whether it's freedom of expression or not. Barça think it is, and I respect that. The government delegation, and me personally, believe that to have these symbols at the Copa del Rey final is not inside freedom of expression. Barcelona take their own decisions and I understand that they defend their people."
    http://www.sport-english.com/en/news...-messi-5140779

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    lol

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    hahaahaahahahahahaha

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    pythonesque!

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    I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaugrana Bull View Post
    In Germany Reinhard Rauball is president of Borussia Dortmund and president of the league. There has never been a problem because of that.
    Problem is he lets Bayern raid his famous club and create a one team league.

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    very sorry... for what's happening to me

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    Don't understand at all what he is trying to say