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The European Leagues & Competitions Thread V2

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Crazy scenes in Spain. Player got sent off for a tackle but after VAR review he returned from dressing room only to get second yellow seconds later 😂

 

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CIES Football Observatory

n°282 - 03/02/2020

Demography

Most fielded youngsters
 

issue number 282 of the CIES Football Observatory Weekly Post presents the list of players born in the 2000s who played the highest percentage of domestic league minutes during current season. Dejan Kulusevski (Parma, on loan from Juventus) tops the table for the big-5 league players ahead of Sandro Tonali (Brescia), Max Aarons (Norwich) and the 17-year-old French talent Eduardo Camavinga (Stade Rennais).

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Conor Gallagher (Swansea, on loan from Chelsea) heads the rankings for the second divisions of big-5 league countries. The Spanish prodigy Pedri (Las Palmas) is fourth. Born in 2002, the attacking midfielder has already signed a long-term contract for FC Barcelona. At 19th position is a player born in 2003: Jude Bellingham (Birmingham City). The English midfielder already scored four goals in the Championship.

The Dutchman Sven Botman is at the top of the rankings for players from the other top divisions taken into account. The centre back loaned by Ajax to Heerenveen outranks the Brazilian midfielder Gustavo Assunção (Famalicão) and three very young talents: the Czech forward Adam Hložek (2002, Sparta Prague), the Australian midfielder Louis D’Arrigo (2001, Adelaide) and the Swiss defender Leonidas Stergiou (2002, St-Gall).

Most fielded youngsters, big-5 leagues

Players born on or after 01/01/2000. Season 2019/20, domestic league matches until 27/01/2020.

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Most fielded youngsters, big-5 league countries second division

Players born on or after 01/01/2000. Season 2019/20, domestic league matches until 27/01/2020.

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Most fielded youngsters, other leagues

Players born on or after 01/01/2000. Season 2019/20, domestic league matches until 27/01/2020.

 

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European Cup 1960 Final - Real Madrid 7 Eintracht Frankfurt 3

Ferenc Puskás 4 goals

Alfredo Di Stéfano 3 Goals

Only double hat trick in European Cup/CL Final history

Real Madrid's 5th Straight European Championship

Crowd was over 127,000 people at Glasgow's Hampden Park.

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UEFA referee admits mistakes were made during Ajax vs Chelsea in the Champions league and may have cost the Dutch side €11.3m

https://www.caughtoffside.com/2020/02/06/uefa-referee-admits-mistakes-were-made-during-ajax-vs-chelsea-in-the-champions-league-and-may-have-cost-the-dutch-side-e11-3m/

 

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woooooooooot
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what a pass by Isak
He's probably having the game of his life tonight
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LOL fuck RM, I hope they dont win the title, the entitled cunts. But I will be rooting for them vs City. Man Laliga too has gone shit like epl.

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Alexander Isak was a 16 and 17yo star on our team here in Stockholm, AIK

the kid is a scorer

Year    Team    Apps    (Goals)
2016–2017    AIK    24    (13)
2017–2019    Borussia Dortmund II    12    (5)
2017–2019    Borussia Dortmund    5    (1)
2019    → Willem II (loan)    29    (19)
2019–    Real Sociedad    26   (13)

51 goals in 96 games, from the age of 16 to 20yo

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Ajax will not take legal action against UEFA despite costly referee 'mistakes' vs Chelsea

Last season's Champions League semi-finalists were dumped out in the group stages by Valencia and Chelsea, but Ajax's chief says they will not be taking legal action

https://www.football.london/chelsea-fc/news/ajax-chelsea-champions-league-referee-17702580

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