Magic Neymar

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  1. Sep 20, 2017

    carvajal Full Member

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    The most unpleasant is the gesture of Alves. They are top players but also newcomers. It is logical that there is a certain hierarchy.
    Logically Neymar is the star but that does not mean that he has to step on Cavani, who on the other hand is not a nobody.
    It was simply a penalty, but it is not the first time that Neymar has bad faces, or ugly gestures with rivals.
    As far as I remember with Madrid of galácticos the clans in the locker room are not good, nor players who have the power to point to team mates
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    ti vu Full Member

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    Weird thread this. Normally people jumped on thread title, OP and ignore the content of the link. For once, everyone followed the link and ignore OP. CAF is having a change of heart :smirk:
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    Seij Full Member

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    Apparently Neymar requested PSG for Cavani to be transferred out.
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    djdhrubs Full Member

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    This may be our most direct route for buying their best players.
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    Kapardin Full Member

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    Dybala incoming. Cavani seems like a nice guy. Its' the 2 pricks, Neymar and Alves who are causing problems.

    That's expected. For all his talent, Neymar's strops are worse than what even Ronaldo or Messi are capable of. He seems to be a thoroughly unlikeable fella, and PSG now need to deal with the downside of buying a superstar for such a huge fee, as Neymar now would want to have his sway over any incoming players or managers.

    As for Alves, good thing he rejected us. When he was at Juve, he had the cheek to openly say that Dybala should leave the club. His presence at PSG can help Neymar and cause more problems.

    Basically, 2 talented players who are not worth the trouble.
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    Kentonio Full Member Scout

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    Btw, Neymar was crap against Lyon. :)
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    Trizy New Member

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    Did he really do that? That's shocking :lol:.. I'm sure it was out of joy of winning the title or did him and Drogba often have handbags?
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    diarm Full Member

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    Neymar is like the Justin Bieber of the footballing world. If he was made of chocolate he's eat himself.
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    SachinJ22 Poster of Nonsense

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    And Dani Alves will want a piece of that chocolate. :lol:
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    OutlawGER Full Member

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    He always will be a cnut as a person. No matter what kind of publicity he is and will be doing for his image.
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    OutlawGER Full Member

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    Messi at Barca and Neymar at PSG is not comparable at all. Besides, i can't see Messi acting like this to his teammates at all, if he just joined a new club.
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    Kentonio Full Member Scout

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    He had 35 goals last year and is already on 7 in 7 this season.
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    the_irish123 New Member

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    witchtrials Full Member

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    Were Austria down to nine men or something? Not wanting to take anything away from that great skill displayed in putting that one away, but how do you end up leaving Neymar with 7 yards of space inside the box?
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    B20 HEY EVERYONE I IGNORE SOMEONE LOOK AT ME

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    Carries himself like it was a training ground there.
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    Charles Miller New Member

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    It was a counter attack. This and Austria being very weak in the right side of their defense. All the three goals were in their right side.
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    the_irish123 New Member

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    SirAF Ageist

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    Most punchable face in football? :lol:
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    Andy_Cole Full Member

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    Lol fair play.
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    Laurentiu amt New Member

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    He'll always be remember as the player that got close to Ronnie and Messi's level for about a minute, then feking off to France and becoming a kid diva. It's a bit funny and a bit sad.
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    DWelbz19 Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016

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    Or, Brazil’s all time top scorer (only 20 away from Pele as it stands - and also 50 odd caps away from all time leader Cafu), and an excellent player who still has enough years left to return back to Spain and fulfill his potential.
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    kouroux 45k posts to finally achieve this tagline

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    I think he was like a Ronaldinho with end product. The kinda player you wanna watch his matches, regardless who he plays for.
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    Sied I..erm..love U2, baby?

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    I wonder if he'd have done that if there wasn't a giant metal fence between him and the fans...
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    Varun Moderator Staff

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    I think we all know the answer to that.
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    Šjor Bepo Full Member

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    yeah, they would ask for a selfie with him.
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    Laurentiu amt New Member

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    Fulfilling his potential is a very big IF atm, a very big one.

    I didn't say he wasn't an excellent player, he is, but he's still far from where he could be if he wouldn't have that nasty ass attitude.

    Great player, but not a man yet, still a kid and that, for me, will never make him a top top player.
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    https://www.express.co.uk/sport/foo...ty-United-Chelsea-Tottenham-Arsenal-Liverpool

    Unrealistic, but still, sign him up :drool:
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    SATA Full Member

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    I'm surprised he had actually heard of Tottenham or knew the existence of it
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    meamth Full Member

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    Neymar prediction thread should be a thing now by caf standards.
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    Sayros Full Member

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    Brazilians hardly ever fulfill their potential to begin with, but Neymar should be their all-time top scorer before his career is over. That alone would place him in the history books.
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    Prometheus Requested ban until Sep 22, 2019

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    If this prediction turns to be true perhaps the Cafe cult that was looking for someone to worship has found it.
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    Acquire Me Full Member

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    I think he will join us at some point.
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    the_irish123 New Member

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    How many of those goals were in friendlies though. I'd like to see a stat that only accounts for competitions/qualifiers.
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    PedroMendez Acolyte

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    His status as legend for the brazilian team surely can't just depend on individual achievments. If he doesn't win a WC with them, that would surely lessen his legacy despite the individual records. He was unfortunate in 2014, but his performance in 2018 was terrible.
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    Sayros Full Member

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    If you're going to go down that route, there are countless legendary players, current best players, etc that have had the same amount of friendlies themselves. I mean CR7 made a living off teams like Andorra, etc. That's not a valid criticism.

    He was still dealing with his injury, I still believe to this day he is not fully recovered from what was a serious injury, and most likely won't be back to 100% until the new year. He simply should not have played in that world cup, similar to CR7 who shouldn't have played in 2014. It's just the immense pressure of the best player for the country that he had to show up and play through the pain even if he was a shell of himself.
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    Having a whinge about being booked for diving.


    I do not know what I have to do to live with it [this reputation], there's no way I'm going to stand for a situation like this. I think it has to end,' he told Globo Esporte.

    'But it's not up to me, so much that I did not say anything, I went on with my football.

    'It's a lack of respect, not just with me, but with my team-mates as well.

    'Playing with a yellow card is tricky. The guy comes here to officiate a Brazilian national team match, which is a very big selection, and he does that. I don't think it is correct.

    'If he does not want to give the penalty, it's not a problem, but the card is unnecessary.'