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I guess Spanish football just isn't for me. Everyone on twitter praising how amazing a match that was. There's just so much diving, flailing, bitching, and moaning for me to enjoy it. It's so bad in t

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Lol last round of the La Liga and both Atletico and Real are losing.

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Needs a three goal swing in 5 mins left I guess this race is run. 
These two pub teams, ladies and gents, are the best Spain has to offer

Thankfully we spanked those duds 

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7 minutes ago, Milan said:

Both won in the end, Atletico finished the job.

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good news too in that Villarreal now need to beat Manure to get actual real Europe

they cannot make EL now

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Suarez (game winning, title winning goal) is crying like a baby

he hates Real that much, lol

he is slow now, but still a pure sniper

like the reverse of Timo

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2 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Suarez (game winning, title winning goal) is crying like a baby

he hates Real that much, lol

he is slow now, but still a pure sniper

like the reverse of Timo

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Nah he did a pretty spot on Werner impression in the last few weeks. Would not want him for free. Wasted like 10 golden chances vs osasuna for instance 

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But Barca who let Suarez go for free to rival to win title only year later to get another old striker in Aguero. Worse run club in the world.

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38 minutes ago, Blues Forever said:

 

WTF!? That has really come out of nowhere!

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Barcelona in a worse financial position than expected - Joan Laporta

https://www.espn.co.uk/football/barcelona-espbarcelona/story/4414990/barcelona-in-a-worse-financial-position-than-expected-joan-laporta

Joan Laporta has said Barcelona are in an even worse position than he imagined when he was elected as president in March.

Laporta, who was previously the Barca president between 2003 and 2010, is having an audit carried out on the club's accounts and has been surprised by some of the findings.

Barca's gross debt is close to €1.2 billion, with the club urgently needing to reduce the wage bill, with a €100m bank loan needed in May to help pay salaries to the playing squad.

There are also anomalies related to the "Barcagate" scandal, with payments made by the previous board to third-party companies who are part of a police investigation.

"The club's in a worse state than I expected -- and I knew I was coming into a difficult situation," Laporta told La Vanguardia.

"There are contracts which condition how much we can do. There are things that must be explained [by the previous board] and I don't rule out taking some sort of action. We will explain everything because if not, we will be complicit.

"We've encountered a squad with old-fashioned contracts and we will have to work out what to do. The existing contracts can be changed or restructured. After that, there are more drastic measures that we hope we don't have to adopt.

"But nothing's ruled out if it's for the good of the club. Between salaries and amortisations, it's about €650m [annually], which is more than the club's revenue. These salaries are out-of-step with the current market."

To help reduce the wage bill, sources have told ESPN that Barcelona are open to offers for several players, including Neto, Samuel Umtiti, Junior Firpo, Philippe Coutinho and Martin Braithwaite.

Despite having to reduce costs, Barca remain optimistic they can convince Lionel Messi, whose four-year contract is worth over €500m, to sign an extension to his terms at Camp Nou.

Messi's deal expires on June 30 and Laporta urged him to make a decision on his future to help Barca plan for the future.

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