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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Ned 21 Feb 2016 - 14:52

Sramota, u poslednje vreme sve manje pratim fudbal, jer to više nije onaj sport koji sam voleo kad sam bio dete.. Znači ne verujem da neko sme da se tako ponaša prema takvoj Legendi.. Gadi mi se ovaj moderni fudbal, gadi mi se ova mašina za pranje novca..
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Ned 21 Feb 2016 - 21:21

Svi smo sigurni da Shearer voli Newcastle kao Totti Romu ali nije pravio klub taocem i igrao do 40. godine jer ga voli nego je dao sve dok je mogao i otišao kad nije mogao više. Ja imam 30 i sav škripim uz stepenice kad se penjem a nisam imao nikakvih povreda, a Totti se raspada i ne može da starta utakmicu, ne znam šta očekuje više. Pozdravi se i idi kao legenda, a ne da čekaš da te otjeraju jer je fudbal neumoljiv, pogotovo danas kad se toliko vrti oko para.
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Ned 21 Feb 2016 - 23:09

U Italiji je bilo pregrst primera da igraju do 40 ali sa promenjenom ulogom,Zaneti,Maldini,Vjerhovod..
Naravno,mnogi su znali kada da stanu,npr, Bergomi,Baresi,
Kod Totija ima jednu dubinu, jer je danas to retkost,jer je covek mogao da se jos vise obogati,ali zbog Rome I price je ostao
Niko nije jaci od vremena,teorijski,on misli da zasluzuje da je medju 14-com,u praksi,ocigledno nije.
Npr,kapiten Las Plamasa,Garcia,rodjen na Kanarima I citavu karijeru je proveo tamo,neobicna prica,verovatno ce u istom dresu zavrsiti karijeru,na ostrvima,makar se slepajuci,ali za klub takvog renomea kao sto je Roma,cak I ziva legenda ,ukoliko ne doprinosi,cao.Na kraju krajeva,ne igra ni De Rosi.

Shearer je jedan jedini,gospodin,njegova kopacka, bacena oko penala,bi danas postigla pet-sest golova

Ranije sam citao Sport,kad ne bese neta u mom domu,na predstavljanju sezone,timovi u Premier ligi bi menjali po 4-5 igraca,sada toliko dovedu u zimskom prelaznom roku,ranije sezonu odradis sa 20 igraca,eventualno 22,sad bez 30 da se ne pojavljujes.
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 22 Feb 2016 - 15:02

Dinko je lepo napisao. Toti je bio vrhunski igrac. Medjutim, njegovo vreme je proslo i vreme je da zavrsi karijeru. Vidi se da je potpuno nespreman i da nije u stanju ni 15 minuta da odigra. Zavrsi karijeru kao gospodin. Ipak si ti princ Rima.
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Čet 3 Mar 2016 - 19:14

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Čet 3 Mar 2016 - 20:22

joj vidio sam ti ovo na twitteru - baš me oduševilo...da prevedeš na engleski? Jer koliko tužno toliko i istinito a i iskreno...
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Čet 3 Mar 2016 - 20:55

Sve je jasno,nema se sta dodati
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Čet 3 Mar 2016 - 22:55

I dodaš još gdje si se rodio i u koje vrijeme i onda je to sve na kub u odnosu na obične navijače NUFC :-)
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Čet 3 Mar 2016 - 23:03

Jedan od zemunskih grafita - Bog prasta, mafija ne. A Njuka je klasicna mafija od kluba pa se ti objasnjavaj tamo gore. Kontam da je bolje cutati Smile

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Sub 5 Mar 2016 - 18:50

Dear Steve McClaren,
I am writing to you in the hope that this letter may inspire you to do the right thing, I say inspire, but this seems a word that escapes you, as you clearly have no idea of the definition of the word.
I am a Newcastle fan of over 30 years and during that time I have been witness to Newcastle teams both good and bad.
However, since the start of your tenure I have never witnessed a team so lacking in direction, inspiration, or any sort of tactical know how.
In fact I see great comparison with a certain England team you once managed (where’s that brolly?).
All season you have ducked and dodged being sacked, partly I assume because the people who appointed you fear for their jobs.
You blame everyone and everything but yourself and seem to live in some deluded fantasy that you actually have control.
PLEASE, if you have any love at all for the fans, or this great club, you will walk away now, although I fear you have inflicted far too much damaged already…
Yours in hope
A lifelong Newcastle United supporter

Michael Buckley

LINK: http://www.themag.co.uk/2016/03/an-open-letter-to-steve-mcclaren-newcastle-united/
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Sre 9 Mar 2016 - 9:56

Neki dan smo pričači o Tottiu. Evo kako je dočeka na Bernabeu.


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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Sre 23 Mar 2016 - 20:50

http://www.tarzanija.com/kako-bi-fudbaleri-muvali-da-nemaju-pare/

za one koji bi malo da se smeju hahaha....

ima i Alan Sirera ,a boga mi i Ivica Kralj je tu Smile Procitajte .

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 28 Mar 2016 - 14:08

U lokalnim novinama se pojavio tekst tj. presjek svih kupovina od 2010 do danas...napisao Mark Douglas..
http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/newcastle-united-recruitment-under-graham-11100770

Ja sam si dao truda i samo izvadio sve njih bez osvrta...crveni zbog kojih se crvenim od srama zeleni oni koji su bili ok i plavi oni o kojima nemam mišljenje za sada ili sam neutralan i teško mi ih je svrstati u uspjeh ili neuspjeh...

Season 2010/11:
Dan Gosling (Everton, July 2010)
Sol Campbell (free transfer)

Cheick Tiote (FC Twente, £3.5million)
Hatem Ben Arfa (Marseille, £2million)

Shefki Kuqi (free transfer)

Season 2011/12:
Demba Ba (free transfer)
Yohan Cabaye (Lille, £4.8m)

Mehdi Abeid (Lens, free)
Gabriel Obertan (Manchester United, £2million)

Rob Elliot (Charlton, £300,000)
Sylvain Marveaux (Rennes, free)
Davide Santon (Inter Milan, £5m)
Romain Amalfitano (Reims, free)
Papiss Cisse (Freiburg, £9m)


Season 2012/13
Gael Bigirimana (Coventry, £1m)
Curtis Good (Melbourne, £350,000)

Vurnon Anita (Ajax, £4m)
Mathieu Debuchy (Lille, £5m)
Mouissa Sissoko (Toulouse, £2m)

Yoan Gouffran (Bordeaux, £1.4m)
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Montpellier, £6.7m)
Massadio Haidara (Nancy, £2m)
Kevin Mbabu (Servette, nominal fee)


Season 2013/14:
Loic Remy (Loan, QPR)
Luuk de Jong (Borussia Monchengladbach)


Season 2014/15:
Ayoze Perez (Tenerife)
Jack Colback (Sunderland, free)

Emmanuel Riviere (Monaco, £5m)
Facundo Ferreyra (Shakhtar Donetsk)
Siem de Jong (Ajax, £7m)
Remy Cabella (Montpellier, £8m)

Daryl Janmaat (Feyenoord, £5m)

Season 2015/16
Georginio Wijnaldum (PSV Eindhoven, £14.5m)
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Anderlecht, £14.5m)
Chancel Mbemba (Anderlecht, £8.5million)

Florian Thauvin (Marseille, £9million)
Ivan Toney (Northampton)
Henri Saivet (Bordeaux, £2million)
Seydou Doumbia (Roma, loan)

Jonjo Shelvey (Swansea, £12million)
Andros Townsend (Spurs, £10million)
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 28 Mar 2016 - 19:02

Nisam znao da je Gaby dosao iz ManU-a Shocked

Samo skart nam prodaju... Sad
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 28 Mar 2016 - 19:12

I mi smo njima "uvalili" Andy Cole-a, kao i Michael Owen-a. Doduše, ovaj poslednji je otišao kao free agent.

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 28 Mar 2016 - 19:47

ala smo im "uvalili" Andy Cole-a..... postao legenda.

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 28 Mar 2016 - 20:38

Eto, stavio sam navodinike na uvalili.

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 28 Mar 2016 - 21:08

Verujem da smo imali neke odlične igrače koji se nisu pokazali jer nisu odgovarali menadžeru i njegovoj filozofiji, pa su stavljani izvan pozicije ili ko zna šta. Zato je džabe trošiti milijarde ako trener nema udeo u tome. Trener može dovesti i igrača za dž ali će ga uklopiti gde njemu treba. Uvek se setim najboljeg pojačanja u istoriji (po meni) kad je Antić doveo Pantića u Atletico Madrid. Tad je već imao 29 godina i igrao je u nekom tamo Panionios-u. Ali je postao glavni motor za Atletico i doveo ih do duple krune.

Evo i jednog teksta u vezi gore navedene teme iz Newcastle Chronicla:

Since Benitez has arrived there have been reports about chief scout Graham Carr’s future at the club and whether he will stay on to assist Benitez or seek pastures new.

Carr was once hailed as a “super scout” by some but his recent record leaves a lot to be desired.

It’s easy to remember the good signings such as Yohan Cabaye, Mathieu Debuchy and to begin with Cheick Tiote. But how long is the list of disappointments?

Yoan Gouffran, Remy Cabella, Florian Thauvin, Manu Riviere and Romain Amalfitano have proved to be big flops at Newcastle.

There is the argument that they may not have had the right coaching under various bosses in the last three years.
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pet 15 Apr 2016 - 23:14

Igrači koji su bankrotirali:

Paul Gaskoigne - NUFC, Tottenham, Lazio, Everton, Boro, Rangers
Duncan Ferguson - Dundee UTD, Rangers, Everton, NUFC,
Carl Cort - Wimbledon,NUFC, Wolves, Leicester, Norwich
Jason Euell - Wimbledon, Charlton, Boro, Southampton
Keith Gillespie - Man Utd, NUFC, Blackburn, Leicester,
Celestine Babayaro - Chelsea, NUFC
Lee Hendrie - Aston Villa, Sheff Utd, Derby County
Eric Djemba-Djemba - Man United, Aston Villa, Partizan
John Carew - Valencia, Lyon, Aston Villa, Roma, West Ham
John Arne Riise - Monaco, Liverpool, Roma, Fulham
Brad Friedel - NUFC, Liverpool, Blackburn, Aston Villa, Tottenham
Dominic Matteo - Liverpool, Leeds, Blackburn, Stoke
David James - Liverpool, Aston Villa, West Ham, Man City, Portsmouth
Winston Bogarde - Ajax, Milan, Barca, Chelsea,
Michael Chopra - NUFC, Cardiff, Sunderland, Ipswich, Blackpool
Dean Holdsworth - Wimbledon, Bolton
Colin Hendry - Man City, Blackburn, Rangers, Coventry, Bolton
Chris Sutton - Norwich, Blackburn, Chelsea, Celtic, Birmingham, Aston Villa

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Sub 7 Maj 2016 - 22:16

Guardiola’s tactical journey from Barca to Bayern and why he is destined to fail at Manchester City


There was a moment after Bayern Munich’s 1-1 draw with Borussia Monchengladbach in the Bundesliga at the Allianz Arena, when Pep Guardiola trudged off with his head down towards the exit and his name was called out. He looked up surprised, and realised the caller was Andre Schubert (Monchengladbach’s manager). Guardiola looked genuinely abashed as he rectified his mistake and exchanged his pleasantries. For a moment he looked utterly human, a man who looked genuinely engrossed in his own thoughts. It reminded me of a moment, 7 years ago, in the immediate aftermath of Iniesta’s stoppage time strike against Chelsea at the Bridge. This goal is often considered to the watershed moment in the European football landscape over the last decade. Right after the goal, everyone on the Barcelona bench sprinted towards the corner flag. The celebrations were frantic for a minute. As the staff and substitutes ran back to the dugout, Sylvinho came charging towards Guardiola. We can only speculate as to the words said, but Guardiola looks utterly bewildered as Sylvinho speaks and just nods, wild-eyed. A moment later, Sylvinho is stripped and ready. These were two moments from Pep Guardiola’s supernatural coaching career which were amusing. But these were also moments, when he looked what the footballing fraternity has increasingly suspected him to be over the past couple of year…not in control of his destiny.

Bayern were knocked out of this year’s Champions’ League on Tuesday and it’s now confirmed that Guardiola will leave the Bavarian giants without having accomplished what his primary objective was, ensuring continued European success. He has already been announced as Manuel Pellegrini’s successor at the Etihad Stadium for next season. Pep’s tenure at Bayern Munich has divided opinion over his three-year regime there. He was introduced in extremely unusual circumstances (how many teams have a new manager by choice after a historic treble?) and to uniform fanfare. It was clear that Bayern’s bosses, Messrs. Beckenbauer, Hoeness, Ruminegge et al had been sold on the idea of a self-sustaining footballing model like Barcelona. The same seems to have happened to convince Manchester City’s bosses to hire him. It’s been obvious for a while that City are desperate to replicate as many of Barcelona’s facets as possible. This led them to appoint Aitor ‘Txiki’ Begiristain as the Director of Football and Ferran Soriano as the CEO of their operations. Txiki Begiristain, especially, is known to be close to Guardiola. Back in 2012, when he was appointed, Mancini was the manager for the Blues but assumption everyone made was that Guardiola was going to be on his way soon. He is almost there, albeit after a three-year pit-stop at Munich.

Let’s get to the football specifics, what defines Guardiola? Trophies, you might say. But let’s first understand his football philosophy. It’s important to remember that he’s a proud alum of La Masia himself and perhaps Johan Cryuff’s most illustrious disciple. He managed Barcelona in the 2008-12 period and then Bayern from 2013-16. We will first look at some facets of his game-plan which seems to have been retained across both tenures:

Presence of a pivot/quarterback: The position is common nowadays. It wasn’t till the early 90s. Guardiola himself was perhaps one of the first. As the legend goes, Cryuff himself saw him play for the youth team in right midfield and put him in the centre. The position demands all that Pep Guardiola showed as a player, balance, vision, excellent passing range, ability to dictate the pace of the game, decent tackling and strong reading of the game. As a manager, Pep requires this position. Much is rightly said about Messi at Barcelona. But it can be argued that Sergio Busquets is their most influential player on the field. He dictates the tempo, vital for Barcelona. He is the singular reason for ensuring high possession. Busquests is responsible for breaking up play often and then a quick turnover. Guardiola never quite found a natural pivot at Bayern. But he tried, with varying degrees of success, Philip Lahm, Javi Martinez, Xabi Alonso and Arturo Vidal in that position.

Charging full-backs: Another factor which contributed to Barcelona’s success was the presence of the attacking wingbacks. In fact, in Guardiola’s setup, these players have a much greater role offensively than otherwise. One of Guardiola’s first signings as Barcelona manager was Dani Alves from Sevilla. At Barca, he balanced Alves’ marauding presence with Abidal’s sedate one. At Bayern, he balances Bernat or Alaba with Lahm. Earlier, he also used Rafinha at Bayern, another fullback who doesn’t quite try to earn his salary defending.

Ball-playing centre-backs: It’s a testament to Cryuff and the success of his total football that centre-backs are expected to be good with the ball at their feet. To this effect, Guardiola brought Gerard Pique back to Camp Nou to pair him with the tough-tackling Puyol. Later, he converted Javier Mascherano just to make use of his ability with the ball at his feet. At Bayern, Boateng developed brilliantly to fulfil this role. At other times, Guardiola has used Alaba as a centre-back for his dribbling and passing abilities.

Inverted Wingers: It would be a disservice to call Messi one, but he did start out as one. Indeed, established strikers like Thierry Henry and David Villa transformed into inside forwards playing in the wrong channel. This provided Barca with numbers in attacking without compromising on the width due to the attacking fullbacks. At Bayern, this has been equally pronounced with Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, XherdanShaqiri, Douglas Costa, KingsleyComan playing the role rather successfully at various points of time.

The False 9: Yes, Guardiola needs this role played to perfection. In fact, he needs it more than an outright forward. At Barcelona, Messi did it at towards the middle part of his tenure and later he even tried to fit Cesc Fabregas in the role with unspectacular results. At Bayern Munich, the inimitable Thomas Mueller does it for him to perfection.

Has Guardiola been successful? It’s a foolish question. The answer is a resounding ‘yes’. He won 14 trophies for Barcelona in 4 years playing a brand of football which was glorious to behold. Has he succeeded at Bayern Munich? This is much trickier. The statistics suggest that he has been. But too many factors go against him in this judgement:

Failure in Champions’ League: Yes, three semi-final appearances in three years is failure if you are at Bayern. With a status as one of the three biggest clubs in the world currently, this is failure given that the other two members of that exclusive club have won the trophy in the last two years.
Inheritance of a treble-winning team: Guardiola took over an underperforming team at Barcelona when he took over from Frank Riijkard. On the contrary, at Bayern he got JuppHeynckes’ all conquering team, a team which had made three European finals in four years preceding Guardiola’s arrival.
Weakening of the field: In the three years before Guardiola’s arrival, Bayern truly had a challenge in Bundesliga in the form of Borussia Dortmund. Juergen Klopp’s rapid counter-attacking team had rampaged to a couple of leagues including a domestic double and ran them ragged in the 2012-13 league season before succumbing in the final moments of the Champions League final. Since then, Mario Goetze and Robert Lewandowski swapped the Signal Iduna Park for Allianz Arena in Guardiola’s first two years. This has not just strengthened Bayern, it weakened Bayern’s principal league opponents.
All this just bring us to the most pertinent point, WILL Pep Guardiola succeed at Manchester City? Looking at the silverware he has won, it only seems to be a matter of time. However, take into account the two stints at the two European giants, and it does not seem to be such a clear eventuality. In fact, my prediction is that Pep will struggle. Both in the league as well as in Europe. My arguments backing such a bold statement:

Guardiola is tactically inflexible: Yes, he extended the success of a glorious school of football. He’s Johann Cryuff’s true heir and perhaps the finest proponent of their possession based tiki-taka football. But his experience at Bayern Munich suggests that he’s only looking to apply the same template wherever he goes. He does not seem to be very capable or keen on bringing in a new philosophy, either because he believes the strategy might still work or that it can actually be applied everywhere. At Bayern, especially in the last season, there has been a new feature of play, crossing from the wings. Especially, in-swinging crosses after cutting in. Credit to him for the success it has got him. However, yet again, he has shown an over-reliance on the tactic. For more than a game and a half, Juventus sorted them out. Benfica too, almost. Ultimately, Atleti did too, in the first leg especially.
There is no Plan B: in the 2009-10 season, Barcelona were drawing the Clasico at Camp Nou when Zlatan Ibrahimovic was introduced from the bench. About 15 minutes later, he scored from a deep cross from the wings. Till his introduction, it had all ben short intricate passing and Real coped with it. The change made all the difference. Curiously though, Guardiola has rarely changed the dynamics of his team’s play during a match in this way. It’s almost always like-for-like with substitutions. Coman-for-Costa, Shaqiri-for-Robben, Thiago Alcantara/Seydou Keita-for-Iniesta/Xavi/ Alonso. Nor does he change the shape of his team much during the match. It’s like ‘keep calm and hope it finally works’.

Guardiola’s transfer record is mediocre, at best: At the start of the 2009-10 season, Barcelona made two big money signings at two ends of the field. Chyrginsky from Shakhtar in defence, and of course the legendary Zlatan Ibrahimovic in player-and-cash deal for Samuel Eto’o. At the end of that season, Chygrinsky was back in Donetsk and Zlatan was back in Milan (though he swapped the blue-black for red-black). Of all the signings he made at Barca, only Dani Alves became a truly integral part of the team. Pique was already well versed in their ways and hardly was a fish out of water. Mascherano floundered for a year before pulling things together and Villa did well as a straight-replacement for Henry. At Bayern, his record is even patchier.
Lewandowski and Costa may be considered his only successes. Again, as straight replacements with Lewandowski just continuing what he was flourishing at. Vidal seems to be a classic case of an albatross-around-his-neck. Often misread as a ball winner and thus, a quarterback, Vidal’s positional indiscipline almost cost Bayern the round-of-16 tie against Juventus. Alonso has been a stop-gap but without spectacular impact. In other words, for the hundreds of millions that Pep Guardiola has spent, he has NO game-changer to show for other than Dani Alves. He has three other successes at best. His failures include Zlatan, Fabregas, Goetze, Benatia, Hleb, Shaqiri.

He forces his system on players, which doesn’t always work: Guardiola called Philip Lahm the most intelligent player that he’d ever worked with in his first year at Bayern. Classic man-management? Or maybe he was just being grateful as the formidable right-back had accepted the task of playing the pivot’s role. Guardiola believed that Lahm was only one fit, physically and in terms of talent, to play that demanding role. He brought in Fabregas to replace either Xavi/Iniesta in the XI. It was clear that he couldn’t, that was not his game. Pep failed to tweak anything to suit Fabregas.

Guardiola is a naïve manager defensively: Strong statement? Yes. But let’s look at it, it’s clear that Guardiola believes defence to be a necessary evil in the game of football and as a result, is willing to put only the bare minimum thought and effort and even respect into it. He believes defensive midfielders or wingbacks are fine in central defence. The result, Inter unlocking his team with simple, direct attack. Morata making a mockery of his centre-backs during that virtuoso run. He’s unwilling to splurge for an established defensive general. That could be because he inherited talented players in that position in the form of Puyol or Boateng. But none of his teams look comfortable under sustained pressure. True, he hardly ever faces it with 75% possession but he can be hit on the break. As Real Madrid had devastatingly proved three years back, as Barca and Dortmund (Pokal Semi) showed last year and as Juventus and Atletico Madrid realised again this year. On the counter, there is no organisation, there is no leadership barring one player. This is all the more pertinent knowing Manchester City’s innumerable defensive clowns. Mangala, Demichelis, Otamendi have all taken it in turns to mess up. Guardiola might not be the man to address it.

Manchester City plays in EPL, NOT Bundesliga or La Liga: Yes, the EPL is more competitive. It might not have the same quality as a few teams from other leagues, but it’s far more intense. It’s infinitely more difficult to opt for tiki-taka when the opposition are not interested in the ball. Can they do it on a cold, wet afternoon at Stoke? Probably not. Can they do it on a sunny day at the Hawthorne? Still unlikely. The possession based football needs deft touches, late release. In the tough tackling Premier League, that will just mean injuries. Just ask Arsene.

He needs tiki-taka, which comes with time:Man City might buy any players, but it cannot buy a lifetime of understanding which clubs like Bayern and Barca can afford. At both, with a robust youth system, players come up through the ranks, have played for years together. He’s not going to get any such partnership at Man City.

All said and done, Pep Guardiola remains a massive figure in the world of football. He cannot be called anything but successful and must be given his due. He has his limitations though. The story goes that Txiki and his board were in search of a replacement for Riijkard. They approached the super-agent of a truly reputed manager who was available. A stop and presentation followed in Portugal. A truly impressive presentation and the board were convinced that this manager would win them trophies undoubtedly. But was it enough? Not for Barcelona according to Txiki and Soriano. ‘Més que un club’, ‘more than a club’ as they say. Thus, they needed to more than just win. They looked closer home and took a gamble upon one of their own. A balding student of the game. A year later, they were triumphant in their choice with Josep Guardiola having led his team to European glory and a treble in his first season itself. More glory did follow. But on a balmy night in Catalonia in April 2010, Mr. Guardiola tore out the remaining few strands of hair on his head as his team were thwarted at every step by a stubborn Inter Milan. Inter played with 10 men for 70 minutes after Thiago Motta was sent off as an appreciation for Busquests’ theatrics. But Barcelona got just one goal, a scrappy goal from Pique. Upon the final whistle to mark Barca’s improbably tame elimination, one man ran onto the pitch with a clenched fist and sheer jubilation. The very reputed manager from Portugal had been rejected by a club where he was once a translator. He took his revenge, Jose Mourinho had returned to haunt his former employers and the man they chose over him. Maybe Guardiola’s teams play more beautiful football. But sometimes, to win, you have to play ugly. Mourinho knows that, he perfected that art in England. Over to Guardiola to see what he can do in the city of Manchester.

http://thefalse9.com/2016/05/pep-guardiola-tactics-bayern-barca-manchester-city.html

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Čet 26 Maj 2016 - 23:20

I can’t wait for Newcastle United again
˝People really hate to see Newcastle fans with any hope or optimism, but this time, it’s even worse. Under Benitez, who now has control of every football-related matter at the club, we have a huge platform to rebuild and regrow as a club, and we might just have a great future ahead – and others simply cannot stand it!
Of course, we’ve all been lulled into a false sense of hope before, but I get the feeling that the club are starting to learn from their mistakes. They’re now aware that their profit-chasing, controlling ideas to run the football club simply do not work.
They’ve given Benitez everything he wants to get him to stay. To me, that says something. I could be made to look like a naive idiot again, but I’m praying they can prove me right.
I’m shocked to find myself saying this so soon after all that’s happened, but I can’t wait for Newcastle United again.˝

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 30 Maj 2016 - 21:56

Premier League Bans Striped Backs

In a move that is sure to disappoint supporters, the Premier League is set to start enforcing more rigid rules regarding number legibility, in line with UEFA's efforts in the competitions it governs.




As a number of teams have already launched their 16-17 kits, including Stoke City and West Bromwich, who both sport striped shirts, the new rules can already be seen in action. Trying to explain the change to its fans, Stoke City even issued a short statement on the matter:

   "As the Premier League are looking to introduce a rule to enforce squad number visibility to complement UEFA’s rules for clubs playing in European competition, we have incorporated a white panel on the reverse of the shirt." - Stoke City statement



Quite a few other teams could be effected from the rules change, including recently promoted Hull City, as well as Bournemouth, Southampton and Sunderland from last season.


http://www.footyheadlines.com/2016/05/premier-league-bans-striped-backs.html

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 30 Maj 2016 - 22:03

UEFA treba da izbaci udžbenik "kako da se ubije sav šmek u fudbalu".
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Uto 2 Avg 2016 - 1:01

Sjajan tekst, vredi pročitati.
http://nufc.blog.rs/blog/nufc/generalna/2016/08/01/bring-it-on
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Worth a read   Pon 15 Avg 2016 - 16:37

Uzeto sa nufc.com. kao sto i rekoh vec duga je sezona, nista neobicno da se kiksne na pocetku. I dalje mislim da ce biti sve ok.

United's demoralising start to life in the Championship has raised questions as to whether hopes of promotion and/or silverware are already fading this season.

We're glad to report that all is not lost and defeats in the opening two games reduce but don't extinguish prospects of an instant return to the top flight.

Since the Premier League was founded in 1992, no less than nine second tier clubs have endured similarly poor starts but recovered to gain promotion - four via the playoffs, three second places and two title winners.

Newcastle fans, players or officials in need of inspiration look no further than 12 miles down the road - with the mackems twice lifting the Championship trophy despite a shabby opening sequence of results:

Slow starters:

2012/13 Crystal Palace (playoffs) L L L W
2008/09 Burnley (playoffs) L L D D W
2006/07 mackems (champions) L L L L W
2004/05 mackems (champions) L W D L D L W
2001/02 West Brom (second) L L D W
1998/89 Bradford City (second) L L D L W
1995/96 Derby County (second) D L D L W
1994/95 Bolton (playoffs) D L L W
1991/92 Blackburn (playoffs) D D L L W

PS: It's also worth recalling that our 2009/10 season in the Championship ended in title success and an 11 point gap ahead of runners-up West Brom - and a massive 23 points in front of third placed Nottingham Forest.

United were promoted with 102 points, but Blackpool took the final playoff spot (and would gain promotion) with 70 points - 32 less than the black and whites.

That campaign also started slowly, with an unconvincing 1-1 draw away at the Baggies.

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