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1214: FOOTBALL - Cesc Fabregas completes his move to Barcelona from Arsenal, signing a five-year deal with the Spanish club.


DOBRODOO MAJSTORE,da ih puno utrpa,i jo vie proslijedi u datom trenutku.

15-08-2011 at 13:17 | Ukljui u odgovor
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Ne mogu milom, ne mogu ni silom. Mesarskoj ekipi iz Madrida fali jo jedino golman tipa Tonya Schumachera da budu All-butchers ekipa. Messke, na udaranje idiota, odgovorio na najbolji mogui nain. Zabio kad je najslae, pred kraj. Frustracija Smourinha & CO se nastavlja kao i daljnje epizode panske sapunice.

18-08-2011 at 08:14 | Ukljui u odgovor
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a to je insan, dodje odigra 10 minuta i osvoji trofej
istina real je sve blize,ali jos to pure mora jesti, i malo manje udarati,a malo vise lopte igrati.
razlika izmedju gejnalda i mesija je u tome sto mesi svaku veliku utakmicu odluci,a gejnaldo plae.

18-08-2011 at 09:00 | Ukljui u odgovor
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citat:
primus inter pares wrote:
a to je insan, dodje odigra 10 minuta i osvoji trofej
istina real je sve blize,ali jos to pure mora jesti, i malo manje udarati,a malo vise lopte igrati.
razlika izmedju gejnalda i mesija je u tome sto mesi svaku veliku utakmicu odluci,a gejnaldo plae.




Odlina utakmica, Real je jai, snaniji a to garantuje bolju sezonu punu dobrih utakmica, mada je Barca i dalje broj 1, iako se mora priznati da su je u Madridu razbili a jedini spas je bila Messijeva genijalnost.

Et drug  


Sve je super i sve je za 5!
18-08-2011 at 20:16 | Ukljui u odgovor
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citat:
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Odlina utakmica, Real je jai, snaniji a to garantuje bolju sezonu punu dobrih utakmica, mada je Barca i dalje broj 1, iako se mora priznati da su je u Madridu razbili a jedini spas je bila Messijeva genijalnost.

Et drug


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18-08-2011 at 21:03 | Ukljui u odgovor
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zipa komentatora kad alexis skide dres

30-08-2011 at 01:37 | Ukljui u odgovor
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goooooool gol gol gol gol
legenda ladislav kubala upravo je dostignut,a tek su mu 24... jeb`ooo,gledo sam loptu u doba mesija,tako ce se to zvat...


[Edited by primus inter pares on 28-09-2011 at 22:03 GMT]

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vako, situvacija,hledena minus 8...
abidal, jebga nema cojk srece i bog..valjda bit bidne sve ok ps...
veceras mozda i do minus 5,jos malo pa ce ogrijat ...
u lp,milan stankovic opet,pa onda onaj rus celzskis... tc tc tc
i onda u finalu ako doguraju idu na rea,bajern,nema ko drugi...
iz hidrometeoroloskog zavoda primke kirlic....

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danas minus 6
i real u rasulu...sve bolje proljece izgleda ...

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BARCELONA'S SECRET TO SOCCER SUCCESS
Simon Kuper

We all see that Barcelona are brilliant. The only problem is understanding just how they do it. Thats where my friend Albert Capellas comes in. Whenever he and I run into each other somewhere in Europe, we talk about Bara. Not many people know the subject better. Capellas is now assistant manager at Vitesse Arnhem in Holland, but before that he was coordinator of Barcelonas great youth academy, the Masia. He helped bring a boy named Sergio Busquets from a rough local neighbourhood to Bara. He trained Andres Iniesta and Victor Valdes in their youth teams. In all, Capellas worked nine years for his hometown club.
During our last conversation, over espressos in an Arnhem hotel, I had several Aha moments. I have watched Pep Guardiolas Barcelona umpteen times, but only now am I finally beginningto see. Guardiolas Barcelona are great not merely because they have great players. They also have great tactics different not just from any other team today, but also different from Barcelona teams pre-Guardiola. Bara are now so drilled on the field that in some ways they are more like an American gridiron football team than a soccer one.
Before getting into the detail of their game, its crucial to understand just how much of it comes from Guardiola. When a Barcelona vice president mused to me four years ago that shed like to see the then 37-year-old Pep be made head coach, I never imagined it would happen. Guardiola was practically a novice. The only side he had ever coached was Baras second team. However, people in the club who had worked with him men like the clubs then president Joan Laporta, and the then director of football Txiki Beguiristain - had already clocked him as special. Not only did Guardiola know Barcelonas house style inside out. He also knew how it could be improved.
Guardiola once compared Barcelonas style to a cathedral. Johan Cruijff, he said, as Baras supreme player in the 1970s and later as coach, had built the cathedral. The task of those who came afterwards was to renovate and update it. Guardiola is always looking for updates. If a random person in the street says something interesting about the game, Guardiola listens. He thinks about football all the time. He took ideas from another Dutch Barcelona manager, Louis van Gaal, but also from his years playing for Brescia and Roma in Italy, the home of defence. Yet because Guardiola has little desire to explain his ideas to the media, you end up watching Bara without a codebook.
Cruijff was perhaps the most original thinker in footballs history, but most of his thinking was about attack. He liked to say that he didnt mind conceding three goals, as long as Bara scored five. Well, Guardiola also wanted to score five, but he minded conceding even one. If Barcelona is a cathedral, Guardiola has added the buttresses. In Baras first 28 league games this season, they have let in only 22 goals. Here are some of Peps innovations, or the secrets of FC Barcelona:

1. Pressure on the ball
Before Barcelona played Manchester United in the Champions League final at Wembley last May, Alex Ferguson said that the way Bara pressured their opponents to win the ball back was breathtaking. That, he said, was Guardiolas innovation. Ferguson admitted that United hadnt known how to cope with it in the Champions League final in Rome in 2009. He thought it would be different at Wembley. It wasnt.
Barcelona start pressing (hunting for the ball) the instant they lose possession. That is the perfect time to press because the opposing player who has just won the ball is vulnerable. He has had to take his eyes off the game to make his tackle or interception, and he has expended energy. That means he is unsighted, and probably tired. He usually needs two or three seconds to regain his vision of the field. So Barcelona try to dispossess him before he can give the ball to a better-placed teammate.
Furthermore, if the guy won the ball back in his own defence, and Barcelona can instantly win it back again, then the way to goal is often clear. This is where Lionel Messis genius for tackling comes in. The little man has such quick reflexes that he sometimes wins a tackle a split-second after losing one.
The Barcelona player who lost the ball leads the hunt to regain it. But he never hunts alone. His teammates near the ball join him. If only one or two Bara players are pressing, its too easy for the opponent to pass around them.

2. The five-second rule
If Bara havent won the ball back within five seconds of losing it, they then retreat and build a compact ten-man wall. The distance between the front man in the wall (typically Messi) and their last defender (say, Carles Puyol) is only 25 to 30 metres. Its hard for any opponent to pass their way through such a small space. The Rome final was a perfect demonstration of Barcelonas wall: whenever United won the ball and kept it, they faced eleven precisely positioned opponents, who stood there and said, in effect: Try and get through this.
Its easy for Barcelona to be compact, both when pressing and when drawing up their wall, because their players spend most of the game very near each other. Xavi and Iniesta in particular seldom stray far from the ball. Cruijff recently told the former England manager Steve McClaren, now with FC Twente in Holland: "Do you know how Barcelona win the ball back so quickly? It's because they don't have to run back more than 10 metres as they never pass the ball more than 10 metres."

3. More rules of pressing
Once Barcelona have built their compact wall, they wait for the right moment to start pressing again. They dont choose the moment on instinct. Rather, there are very precise prompts that tell them when to press. One is if an opponent controls the ball badly. If the ball bounces off his foot, he will need to look downwards to locate it, and at that moment he loses his overview of the pitch. Thats when the nearest Barcelona players start hounding him.
Theres another set prompt for Bara to press: when the opposing player on the ball turns back towards his own goal. When he does that, he narrows his options: he can no longer pass forward, unless Barcelona give him time to turn around again. Barcelona dont give him time. Their players instantly hound the man, forcing him to pass back, and so they gain territory.

4. The 3-1 rule
If an opposing player gets the ball anywhere near Barcelonas penalty area, then Bara go Italian. They apply what they call the 3-1 rule: one of Barcelonas four defenders will advance to tackle the man with the ball, and the other three defenders will assemble in a ring about two or three metres behind the tackler. That provides a double layer of protection. Guardiola p****d this rule up in Italy. Its such a simple yet effective idea that you wonder why all top teams dont use it.

5. No surprise
When Barcelona win the ball, they do something unusual. Most leading teams treat the moment the ball changes hands turnover, as its called in basketball as decisive. At that moment, the opponents are usually out of position, and so if you can counterattack quickly, you have an excellent chance of scoring. Teams like Manchester United and Arsenal often try to score in the first three seconds after winning possession. So their player who wins the ball often tries to hit an instant splitting pass. Holland Barcelonas historic role models do this too.
But when a Barcelona player wins the ball, he doesnt try for a splitting pass. The clubs attitude is: he has won the ball, thats a wonderful achievement, and he doesnt need to do anything else special. All he should do is slot the ball simply to the nearest teammate. Barcelonas logic is that in winning the ball, the guy has typically forfeited his vision of the field. So he is the worst-placed player to hit a telling ball.
This means that Barcelona dont rely on the element of surprise. They take a few moments to get into formation, and then pretty much tell their opponents, OK, here we come. The opposition knows exactly what Bara are going to do. The difficulty is stopping it.
The only exception to this rule is if the Bara player wins the ball near the oppositions penalty area. Then he goes straight for goal.

6. Possession is nine-tenths of the game
Keeping the ball has been Barcelonas key tactic since Cruijffs day. Most teams dont worry about possession. They know you can have oodles of possession and lose. But Barcelona aim to have 65 or 70 per cent of possession in a game. Last season in Spain, they averaged more than 72 per cent; so far this year, they are at about 70 per cent.
The logic of possession is twofold. Firstly, while you have the ball, the other team cant score. A team like Barcelona, short on good tacklers, needs to defend by keeping possession. As Guardiola has remarked, they are a horrible team without the ball.
Secondly, if Bara have the ball, the other team has to chase it, and that is exhausting. When the opponents win it back, they are often so tired that they surrender it again immediately. Possession gets Barcelona into a virtuous cycle.
Bara are so fanatical about possession that a defender like Gerald Pique will weave the most intricate passes inside his own penalty area rather than boot the ball away. In almost all other teams, the keeper at least is free to boot. In the England side, for instance, its typically Joe Hart who gives the ball away with a blind punt. This is a weakness of Englands game, but the English attitude seems to be that there is nothing to be done about it: keepers cant pass. Barcelona think differently.
Jose Mourinho, Real Madrids coach and Barcelonas nemesis, has tried to exploit their devotion to passing. In the Bernabeu in December, Madrids forwards chased down Valdes from the games first kickoff, knowing he wouldnt boot clear. The keeper miscued a pass, and Karim Benzema scored after 23 seconds. Yet Valdes kept passing, and Barcelona won 1-3. The trademark of Barcelona-raised goalkeepers one shared only by Ajax-raised goalkeepers, like Edwin van der Sar is that they can all play football like outfield players.

7. The one-second rule
No other football team plays the Barcelona way. Thats a strength, but its also a weakness. It makes it very hard for Bara to integrate outsiders into the team, because the outsiders struggle to learn the system. Barcelona had a policy of buying only Top Ten players men who arguably rank among the ten best footballers on earth yet many of them have failed in the Nou Camp. Thierry Henry and Zlatan Ibrahimovic did, while even David Villa, who knew Barcelonas game from playing it with Spain, ended up on the bench before breaking his leg.

Joan Oliver, Barcelonas previous chief executive, explained the risk of transfers by what he called the one-second rule. The success of a move on the pitch is decided in less than a second. If a player needs a few extra fractions of a second to work out where his teammate is going, because he doesnt know the other guys game well, the move will usually break down. A new player can therefore lose you a match in under a second.
Pedro isnt a great footballer, but because he was raised in the Masia he can play Barcelonas game better than stars from outside. The boys in the Masia spend much of their childhood playing passing games, especially Cruijffs favorite, six against three. Football, Cruijff once said, is choreography.
Nobody else thinks like that. Thats why most of the Barcelona side is homegrown. Its more a necessity than a choice. Still, most of the time it works pretty well.
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