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LDN Blue

The International Football Thread

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Emerson assist for Belotti. Very nice lineup for Italy. I would like Sirigu for our second keeper next season if he wants that role. 

On Saturday I'm going to Serbia:Portugal. To see Ronaldo live for the last time. 

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I wonder what odds I'll get at the bookies on a Chelsea player getting crocked tomorrow or midweek because it's bound to fucking happen.

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the United States is a joke in international football

what other major country has its home stadium DOMINATED by the other teams fans (granted there are probably more good Mexican descent footballer playing in the US than there are of any other nationality)

Pulisic looked like shit in this game too btw

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The 30 most successful football clubs in the world - based on total trophies won

While the likes of Man Utd, Barcelona and Real Madrid all have hosts of trophies, none of them make the top five of this list

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/30-most-successful-football-clubs-19428893

The top 30 clubs in world football based on trophies won

 

30. Club Atletico Independiente - Argentina - 43 trophies

29. Fenerbahce - Turkey - 43 trophies

28. Deportivo Saprissa - Costa Rica - 46 trophies

27. River Plate - Argentina - 48 trophies

26. CSKA Sofia - Bulgaria - 48 trophies

25. AC Milan - Italy - 48 trophies

24. Grasshopper Club Zurich - Switzerland - 49 trophies

23. Zamalek - Egypt - 52 trophies

22. Deportivo Colo-Colo - Chile - 54 trophies

21. Boca Juniors - Argentina - 55 trophies

20. Club Olimpia - Paraguay - 57 trophies

19. FCSB - Romania - 58 trophies

18. Liverpool - England - 59 trophies

17. Anderlecht - Belgium - 60 trophies

16. Galatasaray - Turkey - 61 trophies

15. Juventus - Italy - 63 trophies

14. Bayern Munich - Germany - 70 trophies

13. Ajax - Netherlands - 70 trophies

12. Manchester United - England - 71 trophies

11. Al-Faisaly - Jordan - 74 trophies

10. Porto - Portugal -74 trophies

9. Olympiacos - Greece - 75 trophies

8. Benfica - Portugal - 82 trophies

7. Real Madrid - Spain - 90 trophies

6. Barcelona - Spain - 91 trophies

5. Celtic - Scotland - 105 trophies

4. Atletico Penarol - Uruguay - 108 trophies

3. Club Nacional de Football - Uruguay - 113 trophies

2. Rangers - Scotland - 115 trophies

1. Al Ahly - Egypt - 118 trophies

 

shocked that no Brasilian team is in the top 30

but then again, they have had so so so many great clubs that fight over their trophies

here is a list of every won who has won the Brasilian National Championship in the national era (1959 to present) at least once

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21 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

CR#7 with 4 goals tonight! Very close to hundred international goals. 

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he is still a beast

I think he will take out  Ali Daei's all time record of 109, he is only 12 behind

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4 minutes ago, Vesper said:

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he is still a beast

I think he will take out  Ali Daei's all time record of 109, he is only 12 behind

He definitely will! 

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he is still a beast
I think he will take out  Ali Daei's all time record of 109, he is only 12 behind
16 behind -


Seems more than likely but you never know.
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13 hours ago, Vesper said:

I think he will take out  Ali Daei's all time record of 109, he is only 12 behind

No no no lady Vesper, thats my country men you talking about here, he cant be allowed to reach Daei's record damn it :D

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13 hours ago, LAM09 said:

16 behind -

 


Seems more than likely but you never know.

 

that is what I get for looking at Wikipedia!

:blush:

 

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50 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

No no no lady Vesper, thats my country men you talking about here, he cant be allowed to reach Daei's record damn it :D

As an Iranian, you must be thrilled that John 'Bomb Iran' Bolton was sacked by Trump yesterday (not that Trump is all that much better) :D

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45 minutes ago, Vesper said:

As an Iranian, you must be thrilled that John 'Bomb Iran' Bolton was sacked by Trump yesterday (not that Trump is all that much better) :D

Sure am mate....that fucker was nothing but trouble man. He actively spewed lies to start a war.....but as you said Trump aint much better.

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For me international football is good n fun when there is no club football playing because the quality tend to be poor.

The most important factor in winning international tournament is your defense, midfield and gk. Can they defend. If they answer is yes then you have a chance. Then pray that you got lucky. 

Take Netherland for example, if de light can grow fast, and koeman can find the perfect solution I can see them winning euro. 

 

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