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  • FC Barcelona

    42 60.00%
  • Real Madrid

    13 18.57%
  • Atletico Madrid

    15 21.43%
  • Sevilla

    0 0%
  • Villarreal

    0 0%
  • Real Sociedad

    0 0%
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Thread: La Liga 2020/21

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    Quote Originally Posted by messi2140 View Post
    What a tough start for Barcelona : Sociedad , Bilbao , Getafe , Sevilla and then a few weeks later the fixtures you posted.
    Fortunately, there's a week rest in those 1st 3 matches so hopefully we'll be ok.

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    Seville, Sociedad and Atleti in the 3 weeks of last 3 CL group games of Madrid

    Ceferin kick us out already

    BTW
    Do we know what the FIFA stance is on league calendars preceding December 2022 Qatar? Are we getting an early league start in July/August 2022 or just continuation until August 2023?
    Some are boring, some are not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Gato View Post
    Seville, Sociedad and Atleti in the 3 weeks of last 3 CL group games of Madrid

    Ceferin kick us out already

    BTW
    Do we know what the FIFA stance is on league calendars preceding December 2022 Qatar? Are we getting an early league start in July/August 2022 or just continuation until August 2023?
    Probably an early league start.

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    Start of October looks tough. We really can't afford another bad start to the season.




    Full La Liga schedule:

    http://cdn1.sefutbol.com/pdf/calendario_1d_2122.pdf

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    Let's hope Leo is signed until then.

    17-24 Oct looks like a potential nice week to visit Barcelona. Even better if there's a CL home game inbetween Valencia and Madrid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andresito View Post
    Let's hope Leo is signed until then.

    17-24 Oct looks like a potential nice week to visit Barcelona. Even better if there's a CL home game inbetween Valencia and Madrid.
    And if you can go watch game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andresito View Post
    Let's hope Leo is signed until then.

    17-24 Oct looks like a potential nice week to visit Barcelona. Even better if there's a CL home game inbetween Valencia and Madrid.
    I was thinking about the same thing myself if I can get time off from work.

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    Cancel your appointments from 24th october guys, first El clasico of the season!

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    The DFL has lifted the ban on the audience and will allow up to 25000 spectators in the stadiums at the start of the next season in Bundesliga. The EPL has no restrictions whatsoever. In Spain, even though the CSD has lifted the ban but it is up to the government of each the autonomous community to have the final say. I hope the Generalitat will not create any road blocks for the full return of fans. We badly need the money.
    Sóc Culer. Go HUAWEI!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luftstalag14 View Post
    The DFL has lifted the ban on the audience and will allow up to 25000 spectators in the stadiums at the start of the next season in Bundesliga. The EPL has no restrictions whatsoever. In Spain, even though the CSD has lifted the ban but it is up to the government of each the autonomous community to have the final say. I hope the Generalitat will not create any road blocks for the full return of fans. We badly need the money.
    Cases are rising in Catalunya. Let's see...

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    Sturridge is on trial with Mallorca.

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    Thats the spirit. Parties every day for a year in between injuries!
    Some are boring, some are not.

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    friendlies:

    PSG-Sevilla: 2-2

    Dortmund-Bilbao: 0-2

    La liga will never die.

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    Tricky situation; however, Laporta did not have much of a choice while Tebas did. Forcing Laporta between CVC or letting Messi go could practically be the end of La Liga. Tebas needs to acknowledge that both Perez and Laporta do not see him as an obstacle to their ambition because they will move forward regardless. Tebas should have focused on making La Liga as competitive for as long as he could and let UEFA deal with the SL.

    Laporta could go crazy from now on as there is not really much to lose.