La Liga 23/24

Who wins La Liga?


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jamrock

Senior Member
Yet again time showing up the Barca forum brain trust and it's hippies lol.

What could Xavi do with girona squad 😂😂.

Winning when their is no pressure and expectation, is a totally different thing from winning when the standard is set super high.
 

ajnotkeith

Senior Member
Yet again time showing up the Barca forum brain trust and it's hippies lol.

What could Xavi do with girona squad 😂😂.

Winning when their is no pressure and expectation, is a totally different thing from winning when the standard is set super high.
What did it prove? Should Girona be beating Madrid and if not proves Xavi is better than Michel or something?
 

ajnotkeith

Senior Member
Nobody really knows if Michel would do well at a top club or not till its seen. The jump is unpredictable.
All you can judge off is their past work.
 

jamrock

Senior Member
What did it prove? Should Girona be beating Madrid and if not proves Xavi is better than Michel or something?
It proves exactly what I said.

Winning with zero pressure and expectations is totally different from winning at a big club.

History as shown us this time and time again, yet every year it's always a new flavour of the year on this place.

What would Xavi do if X
Girona will be title contender
 

ajnotkeith

Senior Member
It proves exactly what I said.

Winning with zero pressure and expectations is totally different from winning at a big club.

History as shown us this time and time again, yet every year it's always a new flavour of the year on this place.


What would Xavi do if X
Girona will be title contender
He hasn't had a chance at a big club though. So how can you judge in that way.

The fact is he is probably going to finish a team which was not even in LaLiga 2 seasons ago in top6 minimum. How is that not commendable?

Everyone starts somewhere.
 

El Gato

Villarato!
It's commendable.
But claiming Girona are in a title fight after 1 month of decent football is a stretch
There's an L here to be picked up whenever suits you bro
 

jamrock

Senior Member
He hasn't had a chance at a big club though. So how can you judge in that way.

The fact is he is probably going to finish a team which was not even in LaLiga 2 seasons ago in top6 minimum. How is that not commendable?

Everyone starts somewhere.

This point of view is a much more rational one, than the "what would Xavi do if XYZ" , as if coaching girona is anywhere close to coaching Barcelona

And also a more rational one than girona will be title contenders.

If he finishes top 6, he's done a wonderful job, that should be the statement, point blank period nothing else.

Then after that we get into whether he deserve a chance at a bigger club, where we will see if he sinks or swim with that kind of pressure.
 

ajnotkeith

Senior Member
It's commendable.
But claiming Girona are in a title fight after 1 month of decent football is a stretch
There's an L here to be picked up whenever suits you bro
Nah they are legitimately one of the best teams in Spain and not just a gimmick.
They couldve got a result today if didnt miss so many fucking chances and if penalty committed by Bellingham was given.
Yes would should could etc but theyll be back.
 

El Gato

Villarato!
Nah they are legitimately one of the best teams in Spain and not just a gimmick.
They couldve got a result today if didnt miss so many fucking chances and if penalty committed by Bellingham was given.
Yes would should could etc but theyll be back.
It's been quite overstated so far and hardly reason to be raving about wrt them in title chase, still plenty to prove
They played pretty up to a point but collapse PSG style when asked to react

We'll see where they are month or two from now. Could be in top 4 or 6. But anything above that is a ridiculous season and ought not to be expected
 

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