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  • Originally posted by DonAK View Post
    How many bites though?!?!

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    • Originally posted by Muller25 View Post
      How many bites though?!?!
      No bites, but one soul taken away nonetheless.


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      • Vintage Benatia

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        • And then Benatia catched up to him and regained possession.

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          • Originally posted by Argeta View Post
            And then Benatia catched up to him and regained possession.
            Catch is an irregular verb.

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            • Originally posted by DonAK View Post
              Great stat, although it should be pointed out that he came to Barça during his prime years as best #9 in the world while having excellent service from his teammates, namely Messi & Neymar.

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              • I think 90% of us on this board can average a goal every other game with Messi distributing us the ball.

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                • Originally posted by Muller25 View Post
                  I think 90% of us on this board can average a goal every other game with Messi distributing us the ball.
                  Well I mean he's been involved in 138 in 100 games which is a LOT more than a goal every other game...

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                  • As expected and feared the situation got out of hand with Guardia Civil beating down people exercising their right to vote peacefully.

                    As for football itself, Barca requested the LFP to postpone the game, but they told us to either play it or have 6 or more points docked which is rather convenient since a certain club is almost that many points behind us right now.

                    So the game will be played behind closed doors against a Las Palmas team who will have a Spanish flag with the date 01.10.17 on its jersey.

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                    • Decision being criticized by many and perceived as the club turning their back to everything that's happening, but it's a tough decision to make.

                      If something happens during the game, it could escalate even further and be a danger to the safety of many people, including the players.

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                      • Utterly disgusting.

                        There is little they could do, Barça as club took the right decision.

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                        • Originally posted by DonAK View Post
                          As expected and feared the situation got out of hand with Guardia Civil beating down people exercising their right to vote peacefully.

                          As for football itself, Barca requested the LFP to postpone the game, but they told us to either play it or have 6 or more points docked which is rather convenient since a certain club is almost that many points behind us right now.

                          So the game will be played behind closed doors against a Las Palmas team who will have a Spanish flag with the date 01.10.17 on its jersey.
                          Since the vote it's illegal(per Spanish constitution), they technically aren't allowed to vote.

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                          • If a constitution says voting is illegal, then it's the constitution that's wrong not the people.

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                            • Originally posted by L4nd3r View Post
                              Since the vote it's illegal(per Spanish constitution), they technically aren't allowed to vote.
                              I'll just post what I did on Barcaforum;

                              Rarely have a secessionist or revolutionary movement in history been deemed legal or right by the state they want to declare independence from. In very rare cases do you see situations such as when the UK granted Scotland a chance to vote for whether they wanted a separate state or not.

                              I doubt Serbia deemed Kosovo's declaration for an independent state in 2008 for legal, in fact they claimed or to this day claim it is an illegal state.

                              So to slam Catalunya for breaking the national constitution in a silly way which was a very peaceful referendum is just stupid. How do you expect they go on about things? Through violence? By asking Madrid 'can you pretty please give us a chance to vote through a constitutional amendment?'

                              It's not a binding result, but they might have caused irreparable damage to their relations with Catalunya and Catalans in general. They might have turned the anti-separatist to the other side wishing for independence and fighting for it from here on.

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                              • Constitutions are written by people to protect citizens from the risks/dangers of that specific period - therefore they might as well be changed accordingly throughout time eh.

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