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  • L4nd3r
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    Originally posted by Grey View Post
    Not just in 1 game, but in the span of just minutes. All cards came at the very end.
    The same happened in the game with most red cards, Boca Juniors x Sporting Cristal in 1971 had 19 red cards after a fight broke out.

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  • Grey
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    Not just in 1 game, but in the span of just minutes. All cards came at the very end.

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  • L4nd3r
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    Originally posted by EM1R View Post
    You gotta love South American football. 8 red cards at one game.

    That's actually a big rivalry match, Grenal, first time it happened in Libertadores and it's ends up being the second game with most red cards.

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  • EM1R
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    You gotta love South American football. 8 red cards at one game.

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  • rohr
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    Football in the Americas

    Honestly, Flamengo has the potential to become the Bayern Munich of Brazil, possibly transforming the Brazilian league into a one horse race. They have tons of cash, they have by far, the most number of fans, filling up the Maracană every single match. If they keep the good administration, there’s no reason why they couldn’t reign supreme in Brazil.

    Like seriously, these team has 40 million supported in Brazil, it’s by far the most supported team in Brazil and maybe the world. Just check out their reception in Rio yesterday.

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  • rohr
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    Originally posted by EM1R View Post
    Man, winning Copa Libertadores after 38 years of wait and Brazilian league after a decade must be more than just a special feeling.


    I’m not a flamengo fan, but my father’s family are fanatic flamenguistas. So they are raving non stop about it. Everything is flamengo this Flamengo that.

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  • OnlyInsider
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    Originally posted by EM1R View Post
    Man, winning Copa Libertadores after 38 years of wait and Brazilian league after a decade must be more than just a special feeling.
    Sounds like Liverpool

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  • EM1R
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    Originally posted by FernandoBR View Post
    Just ask Rohr [emoji850]


    LoL
    Man, winning Copa Libertadores after 38 years of wait and Brazilian league after a decade must be more than just a special feeling.

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  • FernandoBR
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    Originally posted by EM1R View Post
    And 24 hours after winning the Copa Libertadores, Flamengo also become the champions of Brazil.

    [b]Well i can't even imagine what a week Flamengo fans are having.
    Just ask Rohr [emoji850]


    LoL

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  • EM1R
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    And 24 hours after winning the Copa Libertadores, Flamengo also become the champions of Brazil.

    Well i can't even imagine what a week Flamengo fans are having.
    Last edited by EM1R; 24-11-2019, 21:05.

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  • franz
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    Originally posted by rohr View Post
    Hopefully Flamengo and Liverpool will play a rematch from the 1981 intercontinental final.
    i really like when south americans teams face the top european ones. Santos x Barcelona in 2011 was a destruction but the hype for the match was nice. Corinthians x Chelsea really good, Gręmio x Real Madrid and we almost had a Atlético Mineiro (with Ronaldinho) against Bayern in 2013.

    Flamengo suffered against River pressing and Liverpool/Klopp are masters on this... If they play like CL or premier league Flamengo will be in trouble.
    Last edited by franz; 24-11-2019, 15:52.

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  • rohr
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    Hopefully Flamengo and Liverpool will play a rematch from the 1981 intercontinental final.

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  • Effenbergfan
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    Originally posted by franz View Post
    Dida: Cruzeiro (1997) and Milan (2003 and 2007)

    Roque Júnior: Palmeiras (1999) and Milan (2003)

    Cafu: Săo Paulo (1992 and 1993) and Milan (2007)

    Ronaldinho Gaúcho: Atlético-MG (2013) and Barcelona (2006)

    Neymar: Santos (2011) and Barcelona (2015)

    Danilo: Santos (2011) and Real Madrid (2016 and 2017)

    Tévez: Boca Juniors (2003) and Manchester United (2008)

    Sorín: River Plate (1996) and Juventus (1996)

    Samuel: Boca Juniors (2000) and Inter Milan (2010)
    Thx man, He's in a club of really good players now.

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  • franz
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    Originally posted by Effenbergfan View Post
    Who are the other 9?
    Dida: Cruzeiro (1997) and Milan (2003 and 2007)

    Roque Júnior: Palmeiras (1999) and Milan (2003)

    Cafu: Săo Paulo (1992 and 1993) and Milan (2007)

    Ronaldinho Gaúcho: Atlético-MG (2013) and Barcelona (2006)

    Neymar: Santos (2011) and Barcelona (2015)

    Danilo: Santos (2011) and Real Madrid (2016 and 2017)

    Tévez: Boca Juniors (2003) and Manchester United (2008)

    Sorín: River Plate (1996) and Juventus (1996)

    Samuel: Boca Juniors (2000) and Inter Milan (2010)

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  • FernandoBR
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    Originally posted by Effenbergfan View Post
    Who are the other 9?
    Dida, Cafu, Roque Júnior, Ronaldinho, Neymar, Danilo, Sorin, Tevez and Walter Samuel

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