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One day Manchester City are looking to sign a Real Madrid C.F. defender... The next, it's Los Merengues asking...
The kids don't know a thing about these 70's merengues. Los Paymasi - Giro y Canelo.
Hungary with a purposeful passing sequence. Tears in my eyes.
BREAKING: Arsenal pull out of deal to sign Jamie Vardy due to Stephen, 8, from Tamworth losing respect for Vardy.
The extraordinary time when Muhammad Ali talked a man out of committing suicide. https:…
They're importing cocaine into your country and smacking u in football. USA stay taking L's to these Colombians man
AS:. CR7 rests in Ibiza, "I'll retire in RM at 40! I'm very happy.". Extension after Euros. Deciding on 2020 or 2021 htt…
.Really? We should know about that, shouldn't we? Truth is, we don't know anything about that.
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Ramos when he sees Pique in the Spain training camp .
Los Merengues wore dark shorts against us in Di Stefano testimonial? Never noticed before. Anyone any idea why the Falange ceded?
Full time at Santiago Bernabeù !!! Benzema saves Los Merengues with just a goal. No goal for CR7. Real Madrid 1-0 Granada, final score.
Real Madrid get extremely lucky as a Granada goal is ruled offside. Playing around in the midfield nearly cost los Merengues.
Awesome. Not a fan of Los Merengues, but this is top, top class.
CR7 has now scored 499 career goals and he(321) is only 2 goals away from Raul's GS record of 323 for Los Merengues.
FT: Real Madrid 4-0 Shakhtar . Los Merengues satisfy the Bernabéu faithful with a big 4-0 win in the 15/16 UCL opener.
Real Madrid Vs. Shakhtar Donetsk 2015 live stream: How to watch 2015 Champions League online: Los Merengues will expect to get their ...
Ok... This year's Xmas cakes were ... very interesting and different!!! Prefer this one ? :)
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Fernando Torres’ post-Atletico career got off to such a promising start (h/t
Sterling 7 goals this season i think so
D-Wade & LeBron duel in Miami as the take home the victory:
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SNOW WARNING!!! Looks like Liverpool could be getting a drop of the white stuff tomorrow
When someone tells you Santa isn't real but you've just seen his sleigh fly over your house.
Torres is not even a football player anymore
My Wife said to me, "Can we have something Christmassy on TV?". Me: 'Sure' So I changed the settings on Fifa to Snowy c…
Report: Lukas Podolski agrees to terms with struggling Inter
Tottenham’s Danny Rose dresses up as Santa Claus during training [Photo]:
Might have been better to have left the Hoover in its box.
Real Madrid received 68.2M euros for all of the four titles won in 2014. [cuatro]
First thought out of surgery.gotta get a Instagram pic. Borrowed the pinky pose from
Happy holidays to all my friends and followers! Wish this season to be full of love and joy! Boas festas para os meus amigos …
I wish my fans all over the world Merry Christmas und all the best!
Felt a bit like a spy earlier. Waking up in a foreign hospital and only hearing people speak in German
Enjoying the Christmas period, and a bit of late night training. Got to stay on this winning streak!!
Only cats from the 90's will understand...
Congratulations to winners of the Italian Super Cup, Napoli! They defeated Juventus on penalties. (via
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Giroud seems more mature than last year
some media said Reus has agreed to join Real Madrid
I greet you all in the revolutionary name of the world club champions Real Madrid. Hala Madrid. Los Merengues run the world.
Carlo Ancelotti reckons Cristiano Ronaldo was unlucky not to equal Raul’s record in the Champions League after failing to score for the first time in eight months. Ronaldo had scored in his last 23 starts for Los Merengues, but Simon Mignolet and Kolo
TIWELENGE ZIMENEZI BAXI Real Madrid TRANSFER NEWS: LATEST ON Radamel Falcao, Angel Di Maria AND MORE The Santiago Bernabeu remains a hot spot of summer transfer speculation, with rumours abuzz with those stars moving through Real Madrid’s revolving doors. The race for Monaco’s Radamel Falcao is heating up, with some suggesting the Colombian is keen on a move, while Los Merengues winger Angel Di Maria remains connected with an exit from the Spanish capital. Liverpool will cause resistance in the fight to land Falcao this summer, after The Guardian‘s Andy Hunter said that the Reds are looking for a forward as their replacement for Luis Suarez. “ I have had some meetings with Real Madrid officials, but we have never talked about Falcao. We are counting on the player for next season. I believe he is happy to be back after injury and training with his team-mates.”- reported Vadim Vasilyev Angel Di Maria Di Maria’s continuous saga order that the Argentinian may still be considered surplus to reque . ...
Manchester United set to sign Ander Herrera: Who is Athletic Bilbao’s Â£29m midfielder? - In August last year, Athletic Bilbao made their way to the Santiago Bernabeu for their first league game of the season away to Real Madrid. Gareth Bale's Â£85m move to Los Merengues dominated the headlines as his move remained in the balance. But on the -
Among all d trophies won by Madrid Decima is d sweetest one. Do u know why? Madrid defeated Old lady in d grp stages @ home drew wit thm away, Madrid thrashed Schalke04 home & away 1st of it kind in germany, Madrid eaged BVB 3-2 over 2 league in d q/final, remember they were d ones who shattered our dream last season, next was Munich i dont hv 2 say much about ths it was Ramosmania on that day and finally Our derby Atletico they were d ones who eleminated 12 champs league winners Ac milan (7), Barca (4) & Chelsea (1) but Real Madrid ended their dream by defeating them 4 goals to 1. Garcias Los Merengues!
That moment when football fans around the globe irrespective of their clubs they love but notably Real Madrid fans start branding Jose Mourinho a flop in football management because Carlo Ancelloti succeeded in delivering the Tenth Holy Grail (La Decima) for the Los Merengues where Jose Mourinho failed to in his three year quest at Santiago Bernabeu. But what many have failed to notice or must have remained ignorant of is Jose Mourinho also did a little to help Real Madrid lift the La Decima last night... 1. He stopped Pep Guardiola's Barcelona dominance. 2. He took them to three consecutive semi-finals when they always fail in the early knockout stages prior to Mourinho's appointment. 3. He made Cristiano Ronaldo better 4. He instilled that winning mentality they lacked for some few years back. **You can attest to the fact that this Dortmund and Bayern Munich team they eliminated on their route to the finals were not that strong to the ones Mourinho met during his reign...**
TRIBUTE to the ROYAL CLUB of MADRID (Real Madrid), the world greatest and most successful club ever: God, I can't believe we are the champions of Europe for the 10th time (A por La Decima). This to add to our 32 league titles and other assorted trophies. The only club in the world to have won the champions league/European Cup 5 straight times (at inception). The only club to have fielded 3 world footballers of the year at the same time in the same team (Zidane, Ronaldo de Lima and Figo)! The only club to have set and broken the world record transfer fee 4 times (Zidane, Kaka, C.Ronaldo and Bale) and still continues to hold all 4 records to date! The only club to have taken the best from its fiercest rival at the peak of the rivalry (Figo from Barca). YET, one more thing we need from our Galaticoes master, Fiorentina Perez, we want Luis Suarez at Madrid at all cost, at any cost. He needs to come to Santiago Bernebau and swim with the sharks! Do that prodigy the favour of being made a Galaticoes because he ...
It's only befitting that I post the results. UEFA Champions League 2014, Lisbon. Los Merengues take La Decima home, their 10th.
Season 13/14 has ended for Real Madrid. Los merengues finished the season brilliantly by winning against Atléti in the Champions league.
Real Madrid clinched the European cup for the tenth time in their illustrious history on Saturday by overcoming rivals Atletico Madrid 4 - 1 after extra time in a UEFA Champions League Final high on drama, los Merengues thus earned the right to represent Europe at the 2014 FIFA Club Worldcup Morocco, while Atletico, also beaten in the 1974 showpiece, still await their maiden European crown.
A world of Records👑 The Kings of Futbol, The Kings of Europe, The Los Blancos🐲 and Los Merengues The…
Good laugh here last night. Palma is hoachin wae LOS MERENGUES. Mostly cabbies, like.
What a lovely moment for los Merengues
Los Blancos/Los Merengues... The boys got it done!!!
Los Merengues 4-1 Los Colchoneros. Atlético's game plan very nearly worked, but after Ramos' header it was curtains for the Mattress Makers.
I love you so much Madrid Los Merengues
Everything came together for Madrid as soon as Benzema was taken out. I hope he has played his last game for Los Merengues
Cristiano Ronaldo! 17 Goals in 11 games! Leading Los Merengues to their long over due 10th…
And at last! La Decima is here! Congrats to all d los merengues family, d galactico family!!! HALA MADRID!
Los Merengues' quality showed in the end. The cream always rises to the top
This is why we stand by Los Merengues. Through the thick and thin. All for a magical night like this one. The Cup is back where it belongs!
We are champions of Europe! We are Real Madrid. This is Los Blancos! This is Los Merengues. Thank you Lord.
Never give up until you hear the last whistle of the referee.. Congrats, Los Merengues!
La Decima, huh (tips cap). See you in a couple of months, Los Merengues. I smell grilled hot dogs, so it may be time to crash a barbeque.
The time here in Mussoorie, India is 2:59am. 13 games, 41 goals later Los Merengues have achieved the…
Real Madrid won the Champions League 2014! Congratulations to Los Merengues, they showed that you always need to fight to end!
Congrats to RealMadrid for their tenth European Cup, great game from both teams but today Los merengues put in that extra
So proud, Hala Madrid! What a game, what a comeback, what character. Viva Los Merengues!! La Decima is ours.
120: Referee Kuipers whistles and points to the penalty spot. This gives Los Merengues a chance to build an unanswered two goal lead.
110: Shot on target for Los Merengues turn defence into attack and motor up the pitch to strike with accuracy at Los Colchoneros' goal
Would be nice for Los Merengues to get hashtag La Decima but it would be nice for Los Rojiblancos to get their first Champs League
If Atletico wins, they deserve it, *** of a team, but los Merengues are making a comeback.
The dream of La Decima is back! Anti-football got punished. Let's finish the job! HALA MADRID LOS GALACTICOS LOS MERENGUES
yeah I guess Los Merengues but would prefer Atletico :-)
Great drama in the final. Sergio Ramos rescues Los Merengues. Atleti look stunned... Fancy Real from here...
Both teams exhausted. War of attrition in favor of Los Merengues.
What the *** ref! FIVE minutes!!! Why are you trying to help Los merengues?!?!
56: Shot on target for With neither team scoring in the first half Los Merengues are looking for a way through to start the score boa
Come on Atletico. Only another 45 mins 2 go. Be good to beat Los Merengues.
36: manage to score via Godín just before the half time break to cancel Los Merengues' lead. 0 - 0
Los merengues. We are the champions!!!
Its the final in a bit. Hope the Los Merengues wins the much coveted with the array of stars in the squad.
Los merengues look odd in blue jackets!
Would love to see Modric and Bale win with Los Merengues tonight
i want to walk down the aisle to the champions league theme music. this is it - HALA MADRID! glory for los merengues.
Los Merengues finally reach the final after 12 years. They did it before in 2002 and beat Leverkusen to claim their 9th UCL trophy
It is fun been a neutral.. But supporting Los Merengues tonight
Ohhh excited for Real v Atleti !! I'm going with los merengues but Atleti just might do it!
Hermanos y hermanas so will it be los merengues or the los colchoneros? — feeling excited
95: A very close run game at Santiago Bernabéu but Los Merengues prevailed and managed to keep a clean sheet in the process. 1 -
First and foremost, congratulations to all Los Merengues, Carlo Ancelotti, Cristiano Ronaldo and Florentino Perez. La Decima is still very much alive. However, 'The silent one' Carlo Ancelotti last night mirrored the failures of 'The special one'. Players that he told us were finished eg Casillas, Fabio, Pepe, Modric etc have played well this season. From the players you can sense their togetherness, love and oneness unlike Mourinho's era where there was division. Ancelotti has been able to make everybody happy while at the same time leading this club to glory. I cannot but think since this is his first season, many good things are to come from his stead. I wish the best team wins in Lisbon, Portugal and I wish Mourinho and Simeone the best tonight.
Real thrash Bayern as Ronaldo makes history (PA) Tuesday 29 April 2014 Share Real Madrid moved a step closer to ruling Europe for a tenth time as they blew away defending champions Bayern Munich 4-0 to complete a 5-0 aggregate victory in a record-breaking semi-final. Holding a 1-0 lead from the first leg, a first-half brace from Sergio Ramos and two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo - which took his season's UEFA Champions League tally to a record 16 - handed Los Merengues a comfortable success that takes them to the Estadio da Luz to face either Chelsea or Atletico Madrid on 24 May. The only negative for Real on a night when they took their goal tally in this season's Champions League to 37 - another record - was a booking for Xabi Alonso that rules the midfielder out of the decider. Both teams made just one change from the first leg with Gareth Bale replacing Isco for Real and Thomas Muller coming in for Rafinha for Bayern. There was a minute's silence before proceedings began in honour of former Barcelona . ...
All to play for in semi-final showdowns (FIFA.com) Monday 28 April 2014 Share With just one goal scored in last week's UEFA Champions League semi-final openers, the return legs ought to serve up plenty of drama and intrigue on Tuesday and Wednesday. Bayern Munich tackle Real Madrid for the 22nd time needing to score at least one goal to salvage their dream of retaining the title, whereas Los Merengues are the only club in the last four able to defend first-leg gains. As for Atletico Madrid, the sole team still unbeaten in the competition, their incredible adventure continues away against a Chelsea side brimming with belief. First semi-final, Tuesday 29 April Bayern Munich-Real Madrid (first leg: 0-1) The scoreline did not tell the whole story during Bayern's 5-2 win against Werder Bremen on Saturday as Josep Guardiola's men put in a Jekyll and Hyde display, labouring in the first half before hitting their stride after the break. The good news was that Franck Ribery seemed to rediscover his form, and the h ...
Okay this is it: this is the worst season ever for Barcelona in the past 6 seasons and the past week has been their worst and so nightmarish. First, Atletico Madrid knocked them out of the running for the Big Eared Trophy- The UEFA Champions League, then lowly placed Granada knocked them off their perch in their quest for the La Liga title and then tonight, Los Galacticos (The Superstars), Los Blancos (The Whites) & Los Merengues ( The Dancers) Real Madrid beat them to the Copa del Rey trophy. TIKI TAKA is FINISHED! BARCELONA needs a PLAN B
. Ok . Are you ready for the final tomorrow? . We have to support los merengues
Chelsea vs Real Madrid. The Blue Devils are going to whoop Los Merengues
Real Madrid also didn't have Cristiano for their 4-0 win this weekend. Never underestimate Los Merengues.
Better don't guess, I Rep Los Merengues!!! Hala MadridUr name is Solari, so nvm I'l
Diego Llorente first time for Los Merengues A team. Show them kid. Don't know much about him, so I will be judging.
Isco goaaal !!! Superb finish...los Merengues are now scoring for fun. Real Madrid 3-0 UD Almeria, now.
Come on Los Merengues, La Liga is calling for us!
Yes, we can DO it. Vamos los merengues. Ya mor3ebhom , ya mdamerhom.
They tried to restrain, but Basel's defense only crumbled in response. Exquisite, Los Merengues. Exquisite.
Forgot Barca were knocked out lool, idc who wins as long as it's one of the Madrids, preferably Los Merengues tho
Fact: Los Merengues means "The Meringues" because the white strip on jersey and Los Blancos means "The White"
this is getting wrost.. wake up Los Merengues!
It was only Los Merengues' 2nd triumph away to a German outfit at the 26th attempt.
I have to admit the Iberian Peninsula is the fountain of pure football but tonight Los Merengues will prevail. Blockbuster45min
Real Madrid are the favorites, but Barcelona can flip the narrative, Los Merengues' season and Gerardo Martino's tenure around completely with just one win.
Fährmann will be hoping to emulate Víctor Valdés - the 32-year-old Spaniard was the last goalkeeper to stop Los Merengues from scoring
All eyes on Eto'o and Drogba (FIFA.com) Tuesday 18 March 2014 Share A place in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals will be the prize this evening as Chelsea and Galatasaray resume their tussle following a 1-1 first-leg stalemate. An enthralling contest surely lies in store, and central to the intrigue will be the rivalry between Samuel Eto'o and Didier Drogba, two of African football's most iconic talents. FIFA.com takes a closer look at the respective merits of the two strikers as they gear up for a meeting that has captured the imagination of football fans across Africa. Career paths Spotted and snapped up by Real Madrid at the age of 15 in 1996, Eto'o never managed to convince Los Merengues of his potential, and he was loaned out to Leganes in 1997 before being allowed to join Mallorca three years later. The Cameroonian marksman's goalscoring acumen nonetheless caught Barcelona's eye in 2004, and he went on to spend five trophy-laden years in Catalonia, ahead of a similarly prolific and successful ...
Two-and-a-half years earlier in November 2006, Messi’s Barça team-mate Andres Iniesta made a similar statement of his feelings during a UEFA Champions League tie against Levski Sofia. Having fired in his side’s second strike, he made a point of kissing his left wrist. “I did it to vary things a little bit,” he told reporters, before admitting he had dedicated the goal to his girlfriend, Ana. Over in the Spanish capital, meanwhile, veteran Real Madrid striker Raul has never felt much need to vary his celebrations. A Real stalwart since 1992 and scorer of over 300 goals for Los Merengues, the No7 has enjoyed a long and healthy love affair with the club, but it is to his wife that he swears loyalty when he kisses his wedding ring each time he finds the net.
The profiles which FIFA has put together on the Ballon d'Or candidates: CR7's profile: "2013 proved to be another goal-drenched year for Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese star helped himself to 34 of them in the 2012/13 Liga season, a haul beaten only by Lionel Messi's 45, and scored a hatful more in Europe and for his national team. Always on top form for Real Madrid and Portugal, the flying forward, who won the FIFA World Player award in 2008, is only gaining in stature with Los Merengues, and it came as no surprise when he extended his contract with the club to 2018 and said he was considering staying put for the rest of his career." Messi's profile: "Since winning an unprecedented fourth consecutive FIFA Ballon d'Or the Barcelona ace has showed no sign whatsoever of letting up, topping the La Liga's scoring charts as his side made off with the 2012/13 league title. Messi has been just as prolific on the international front, finishing the South American qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil as ...
Champions League giants eye last 16 (FIFA.com) Tuesday 5 November 2013 The UEFA Champions League returns on Tuesday and Wednesday with a number of teams looking to sew up berths in the last 16. Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona will all qualify with two games to spare if they post victories, while holders Bayern Munich can also join them providing CSKA Moscow do not win away against Manchester City. Match of the day Juventus-Real Madrid, Group B, 5 November, Juventus Stadium, Turin Beaten 2-1 in Madrid, Juventus are still chasing their first win in Group B. The Italian champions bolstered their strike department during the summer but are struggling in front of goal, meaning they take on Los Merengues with a mere two points under their belts. In contrast, the visitors have looked irrepressible going forward and have found the net 12 times in their three outings – the joint highest total along with PSG. Madrid's defence is a different story altogether, however, and on Saturda ...
One of the most intriguing questions for Real Madrid is what’s going to happen with Cristiano Ronaldo, as Los Blancos are looking to extend his contract but the Portuguese has some demands that the team are not willing to concrete. Florentino Pérez’s main objective is to secure Ronaldo’s presence at Santiago Bernabeu for as long as possible but according to several sources, there might be some competition. As El País reports, Ronaldo’s former team Manchester United are interested to bring CR7 back to Old Trafford and they have given him a proposal that includes a €50M fee if he arrives as a free agent once his current deal is over. However, if both parties were going to establish a meeting, nothing has been confirmed as these kinds of negotiations are forbidden by FIFA. Cristiano Ronaldo has enjoyed great success playing for Real Madrid, and he has an average of over one goal per game with Los Merengues.
Soccer's Most Valuable Teams: At $3.3 Billion, Real Madrid Knocks Manchester United From Top Spot 24 comments, 15 called-out Comment Now Follow Comments about this ad The World's Most Valuable Soccer Teams 1 of 20 Denis Doyle/Getty Images +show more 1. Real Madrid Current Value: $3,300 mil. Revenue 2011-12: $650 mil. Operating Income 2011-12: $170 mil. Los Merengues won the La Liga title for a record 32nd time in 2011-12 and extended their kit deal with Adidas through the 2019-20 season for an average of around $40 million a year. For the world’s most valuable soccer teams, success means turning victories on the pitch into dollars at the bank. No team has done this as well as Real Madrid, which has usurped Manchester United’s long-held title as the most valuable soccer team in the world. This year marks the first time since Forbes began tracking the value of soccer teams in 2004 that Manchester United has not ranked first. It is not that the Red Devils have faltered. It is just that Los Merengues are ...
Bale: "Ronaldo more complete than Messi" Tottenham forward Gareth Bale says Cristiano Ronaldo is a more ‘complete footballer’ than Barcelona’s Lionel Messi. The in-form Spurs attacker, who is rumoured to be a transfer target for both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich this summer, has scored 13 Premier League goals so far this season. Asked the question “Messi or Ronaldo?” by Life’s a Pitch, Bale revealed his admiration for Los Blancos’ star. “For me, personally, I’d say Ronaldo,” the 23-year-old Welshman responded. “He’s got the whole package. He’s strong, he’s powerful, he’s pacey, can head the ball, strike the ball. Obviously, you can’t say anything bad about Messi, but for the all-round complete footballer, I’d say Cristiano Ronaldo.” The comments are likely to be taken as a welcome sign by Real Madrid that the Wales international would relish the chance to link up with Ronaldo. According to reports, Los Merengues are expected to challenge Bayern for his signature at the ...
Madrid Press: Search continues for world class forward With the close season upon us, it’s time for silly season and much speculation as to the movers and shakers in the transfer market. And Madrid sports paper Marca dedicates a number of pages to Real Madrid’s search for a new striker. With Gonzalo Higuain set to leave Los Blancos, the club needs another world class forward to aid Karim Benzema. According to Marca, the man in charge of finding the solution is Zinedine Zidane. And the paper says he has identified the man he wants and has spoken to president Florentino Perez. This list of players mentioned as possible signings includes Luis Suarez, Carlos Tevez, Robert Lewandovsky and Edison Cavani. Marca also reports Los Merengues will have to stump up around four million euros to secure the services of PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti.
-Suarez Agreed a four-year Contract with Real Madrid--the move to Real Madrid, Luis Suarez getting scrapped. Was reported by Marca, Liverpool have agreed a deal with the personal side of Los Blancos. The Suarez brothers represented by Pep Guardiola, Pere had agreed with the offer of a contract duration of four years with a salary of 140 thousand Pounds per week. In addition, El Pistolero also will still get different bonuses depending on the performance and he was able to earn a degree in Madrid. There is also a unique clause which States that Suarez just wanted to be played at the position of striker. Now the Los Merengues just need to settle the Affairs of the transfer fee with Liverpool. A player 26 years has a buy-out clause of 40 million Pounds, but Madrid refused to pay some of it and opted to negotiate in the range of 25 million Pounds with The Reds. Suarez appeared quite phenomenal last season and scored 30 goals and 13 assists in 44 Games in all events.
MADRID- The day after Atletico Madrid ended 14 years of hurt to finally beat Real Madrid 2-1 and lift the Copa del Rey at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Spanish press was left to reflect on a disappointing season for Los Merengues and almost certainly the final chapter in Jose Mourinho’s time in charge…
MATCH RUNDOWN: Joao Miranda thumped home an extra-time winner as Atletico Madrid secured a 2-1 win over Real Madrid to claim Copa Del Rey glory in a fiery final that saw both Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo sent off. The Brazilian defender headed in a 99th-minute cross to clinch a first victory over Los Blancos since 1999 and the 10th domestic cup success in their history. Mourinho's side had looked on course to maintain their hoodoo over their neighbours when Ronaldo powered home a 14th-minute corner. However, Diego Costa restored parity just before half time when he fired home a 20-yard shot following a fine turn and pass from Radamel Falcao. Real dominated but contrived to hit the woodwork on no fewer than three occasions with Mesut Ozil, Karim Benzema and Ronaldo going close to winning it in normal time. Los Merengues then saw their evening turn sour when the referee sent Mourinho from the dugout before Miranda pounced to give Atletico the lead early in extra-time. And Real's hopes were all-but en ...
Madrid Ambitious Boyong Chicharito Real Madrid reportedly ready to bid to lure Javier Hernandez out of Manchester United. The Sunday Mirror claims that Los Merengues will take advantage of a situation that began Chicharito marginalized by duo Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney even Danny Welbeck at Old Trafford. Madrid reportedly ready to seduce 24-year Mexican national team players were away from the Premier League this summer. Moreover, they were impressed with the speed and instincts Chicharito scored deemed appropriate character of Spanish football. Sure could sign him for around 20 million euros, Madrid reportedly made the former Chivas Guadalajara striker as the main alternative if they fail to bring Edinson Cavani, Radamel Falcao or Sergio Aguero.
An away goal and a draw will do Manchester United just fine at the Santiago Bernabeu, but they haven't been the kind of team to sit back and nick a goal on the counter this season. They'll have a plan to contain Real Madrid, but also come at them more than you might expect. A s a football-enjoying public, we can all thank Borussia Dortmund for their fantastic performances in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. Without them, Real Madrid would not have finished second in their group, and without that, it wouldn't have been possible for Los Merengues to match up with Manchester United in the Round of 16. On Wednesday, two of the world's best teams face off, with two of the most interesting and tactically adept managers in the world in either dugout. A number of Red Devils supporters will hope it's a showdown between the present and future managers of the club. Whoever progresses from their tie will join Barcelona and Bayern Munich as one of the favorites to win the competition, and no one would be ...
An impressive performance after the break from Real Madrid saw Jose Mourinho's men romp to a 4-0 derby victory over Getafe in La Liga at the Santiago Bernabeu, with all four goals being scored in the second half. Cristiano Ronaldo continued his scintillating form with a well-taken hat-trick that takes his tally in the league this season to 21. As Mourinho have an eye on the Copa del Rey semi-final against Barcelona this coming Wednesday as he rested players for this game, & it was only when Sami Khedira was introduced at half-time that Los Merengues clicked. Sagio Ramos was also on the scoresheet for the home side. According to Goal.com
~ Madrid Hoping Barca Losing Points ~ Ckckck ngarep: p BNFC - Real Madrid hope to win their opening two games in 2013. It was announced Madrid wing-back Alvaro Arbeloa on the game counter Real Sociedad in La Liga and face Celta Vigo in the Copa del Rey. Arbeloa wants Los Blancos started 2013 with a special appearance and bring maximum results. He also did not want Madrid to prefer one game only, since both equally important. "The first game after Christmas is always important, and they (Sociedad) played well, won at home to opponents. 2013 We want to be special and have to start well," said Arbeloa, as reported by Football-Espana, Saturday (05/01/2013 ). "Yes, both games are equally important. We were able to rest key players in the league. Choose the game you can not if you are a professional," said the former Deportivo La Coruna. Arbeloa also reflect the failure of Los Merengues in some games this season. According to 29-year-old player, Madrid inevitably have to win all the remaining games while Barcel ...
SATURDAY LIVE SPORT VIBE Real Madrid to push through £55m move for Tottenham’s Gareth Bale Real Madrid are thought to be compiling a transfer offer of around £55m (€70m) to capture Tottenham Hotspur star Gareth Bale. According to Spanish paper Marca, the La Liga giants intend to settle the bumper package over the next two transfer windows,which could mean Bale staying in the PremierLeague until the summer. This term Madrid are struggling to live up to their success of last season, when Jose Mourinho’s side won the league for the first time in four years. Los Merengues are currently third in La Liga, five points behind local rivals Atletico Madrid and 11 off perennial rivals Barcelona, and want to pair Bale with Cristiano Ronaldo in a bid to return to the summit. Recently Bale has been showing the kind of form that made him such a coveted figure amongst the European heavyweights nearly two years ago. The Welshman has six goals in the Premier League this campaign and has struck 10 times in 24 appear ...
Jose Mourinho described the possibility of Real Madrid finishing second in Group D as a problem for those topping the other Champions League groups, after his side drew 2-2 with Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. It took an 89th minute free-kick from Mesut Ozil to *** a point for Los Merengues, after the German side had gone in ahead at the break through Marco Reus and an Alvaro Arbeloa own goal. Mourinho believes his side finishing second in the group is a bigger concern for other clubs. "If we qualify, if this is the most difficult group and we end up second, then, that's a problem for the other teams that end up first in their groups," Mourinho told reporters. "The two times that I've won the Champions League my team ended the group stage in second place. "There is no drama here. We played a great game versus Manchester City and today it's been another great game. "We made two big defensive mistakes, you can't do that against a big team, they will kill you. "Dortmund put us under a lot of pressure. In th .. ...
Michael Essien and Luka Modric score their first league goals for Real Madrid as Los Merengues make short work of Real Zaragoza in La Liga.
'Kaka would not have been treated like this at Barcelona' - Dani Alves Barcelona defender Dani Alves recently has hit out at Real Madrid for their treatment of Kaka, claiming that his fellow Brazilian would be more valued at Camp Nou. The former World Player of the Year has struggled to secure a starting role or even consistent playing time since joining Los Merengues in 2009, having struggled with injuries and inconsistency. The 30-year-old was widely linked with a move back to AC Milan in the close season, and the former Sevilla man is adamant that his compatriot should have departed the Santiago Bernabeu. "If I were Kaka, I would have left Real Madrid a long time ago," the right-back explained to Esporte Interactivo. "Because in my life, I love playing football, and if you take away from me what I love, I lose my sense of life. I am sad because I admire Kaka and I would not like to live through what is happening to him. "He made it to where very few have - the best in the world, and now he has no respe ...
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has revealed that money issues are not the cause of CR7's sadness, he then added that the super star Ronaldo has and is still the highest source of their wealth since he joined the Los Merengues from Manchester United. Elsewhere, FIFA Chief administrator and president Sepp J. Blatter has fired that the he want the next Ballon D'or winner to emerge from Spain (Red Furry) national team. Thereby undermining the efforts of the likes of Cristiano "Rocket' Ronaldo, Lionel 'Little Lion' Messi, our very own Didier Ives Tebili Drogba, Radamel 'Destoyer' Falcao and even Robin van Persie.
Realdream Sport Inc (c) Did Promised u This? Now This is It! The Spanish Super CopA Preview Xtra-ordinary.don't blink...foLks. The first of two early editions of El Clasico kicks off TOday(THURSDAY) evening from the Camp Nou. Barcelona and Real Madrid were the best performing teams in last year's domestic competitions in Spain once again, and they meet in the Spanish Super Cup for the second consecutive year. -Real Madrid's only serious injury doubt is Pepe, who collided with Iker Casillas during Los Merengues' La Liga season opener VS LOS CHE. Jose Mourinho has a full team to pick from otherwise, creating a few selection dilemmas for him. One of Mesut Ozil or Angel Di Maria should get a rest and sit out for a more defensive midfielder, while Gonzalo Higuain could start over Karim Benzema up top. Barcelona are without Thiago Alcantara, but still have an embarrassment of riches in midfield. Even without Thiago, they'll still have Cesc Fabregas and new signing Alex Song available off the bench. Carles Puyol ...
As a Los Merengues supporter, i cant be objective about it! eventhough i sang el cant del barça at the Camp Nou & it was epic
Started a season with Los Merengues and i'm trying to sell kaka, di maria and khadira ;)
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