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barca_love 12 months ago
Barcelona, Colombia 0 113
As a fan of the club, I think that Barcelona made the right choice in choosing to play. It shows a good team mentality when the players still play well and win the game despite the political drama going on outside of the stadium. Proud to be a Barcelona fan.
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LoveKavi 12 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 632
Think of it like this. Barcelona would probably be fined and banned from playing La Liga games and would lose La Liga after this game. They can be punished for negligence. Imagine a kid going to see his first game with his dad and ending up dead... Barca wouldn't be able to recover from this for years. They can't allow any problems to arise whilst police and shooting rubber bullets and rioters... So please think.
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FireBraguette 12 months ago
Manchester United, Mauritius 0 276
A league of their own, mate. A league of their own
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fatboy 12 months ago
Arsenal, Germany 0 916
a match without the fans its like in a cemetery,silent and cold.
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HOWARDWEBB 12 months ago Edited
Real Madrid Castilla, Spain U23 0 65
when last time Catalonia have their own country ? lol before Romans i guess with hundreds small tribe across eastern coast of Liberia peninsula, but then Conquered by Roman and Carthage, but roman won the war and gain the land until 7 century , then Visiggoth and barbarian took it, shortly like 50 years later another northern africans like Carthaginians, this time Moors (muslim umayyad) conquered it, then frank conquered it from Moors and become Count of Barcelona , freedom ? they still ruled by uncivilized frank , then franks cant hold them then Aragon Valencia Catalonia Unite through political marriage, long time after that Crown of Aragon and Kingdon of Castile unite the crown since they were Catholics, then after few things happen and its become Spanish Empire.
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when last time Catalonia have their own country ? lol before Romans i guess with hundreds small tribe across eastern coast of Liberia peninsula, but then Conquered by Roman and Carthage, but roman won the war and gain the land until 7 century , then Visiggoth and barbarian took it, shortly like 50 years later another northern africans like Carthaginians, this time Moors (muslim umayyad) conquered it, then frank conquered it and become Count of Barcelona , they still ruled by uncivilized frank , then franks cant hold them then Aragon Valencia Catalonia Unite through political marriage, long time after that Crown of Aragon and Kingdon of Castile unite the crown since they were Catholics, then after few things happen and its become Spanish Empire.
HOWARDWEBB 12 months ago Edited
Real Madrid Castilla, Spain U23 0 65
well, there is no way, no way for Catalonia to become independent, Madrid government will lose like 20-30 % of its economy, Valencia and Barcelona are two most important ports excess to Mediterranean sea for Spain, Catalonia currently 23% of Spain tourism , 25% of exports , 30% of inward investment , losing it all is like declaring war, it will destroy Spain, tax will increase, price of food goods product Spain has to defend its honor, peace better than freedom, we dont want to become like Syria or Iraq or Venezuela, they shouldnt act like Kurds do on Turkey Iraq, in my opinion, Catalan should be give 2 options, either become peaceful live together like Aragonese / Valencian (both related to catalans more than spaniards) or WAR like Franco era.
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well, there is no way, no way for Catalonia to become independent, Madrid government will lose like 20-30 % of its economy, Valencia and Barcelona are two most important ports to Mediterranean sea for Spain, Catalonia currently 23% of Spain tourism , 25% of exports , 30% of inward investment , losing it all is like declaring war, it will destroy Spain, tax will increase, price of food goods product Spain has to defend its honor, peace better than freedom, we dont want to become like Syria or Iraq or Venezuela, they shouldnt act like Kurds do on Turkey Iraq, in my opinion, Catalan should be give 2 options, either become peaceful live together like Aragonese / Valencian (both related to catalans more than spaniards) or WAR like Franco era.
Master_of_Disaster 12 months ago
Liverpool, Uzbekistan 0 278
what goals from leo messi.... specially the second one.... class
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Madacity 12 months ago
Manchester City, England 0 88
why is the stadium empty??
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NeutralOpinion 12 months ago
Leeds United, Finland 0 27
You dont follow news i take it
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leprechaun 12 months ago Edited
Juventus, Canada 0 566
The Spanish authorities make every possible mistake. Regardless of what you're thinking about the referendum. The polls a week ago suggested only 45% are pro-independence. They could let Catalunya having that referendum, then use the results to negotiate some broader degree of autonomy. But no, they decided to be bullies. Fine, they'll just push more people into the separatist camp and make a quiet resolution impossible. Good job, Rajoy, good job.
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The Spanish authorities make every possible mistake. Regardless of what you're thinking about the referendum. The polls a week ago suggested only 45% are pro-independence. They could let Catalunya having that referendum, then use the results to negotiate some broader degree of autonomy. But no, they decided to be bullies. Fine, they'll just push more people into the separatist camp and make a queite resolution impossible. Good job, Rajoy, good job.
Barraca 12 months ago
Barcelona, France 0 111
The heart of the current situation is that a "broader degree of autonomy", as you say, had already been negotiated by the former Spanish Prime Minister, but Rajoy's party cancelled this reform as soon as they came into power. As a result, independetism rose from hardly 15% to 45% of the population.
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leprechaun 12 months ago
Juventus, Canada 0 566
And that's exactly my point. Recent Rajoy's action will only deepen the crisis, spinning it even more out of control. Will not be surprised to find 70% supporting the independence in a month or so.
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TeamMessi 12 months ago Edited
Barcelona 1 249
Visca Barça, Visca Catalunya 🤙
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Visca Barca, Visca Catalunia <3
_Pelle_ 12 months ago
Paris Saint Germain 48 4555
btw Messi has never been more important to Barca as this season. If he manage to carry the team all the way to new trophies... Next Ballon d'or is his. But that remains to be seen.
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Kante_PL_title_x2 12 months ago
Chelsea, New Zealand 0 15
Thank the Police!!!

If the Police had let people it could have ended with one of the worst riots/stampedes ever seen in football. I am dreading the El Clásico in December, it wont end well.
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BlaugranaDude 12 months ago
Barcelona, Argentina 0 281
The Camp Nou is a perfect metaphor for Barcelona in La Liga. Alone... at the top of the table.
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soccer_cat 12 months ago
Liverpool, United States 0 82
Barca were a TOTAL DIFFERENT TEAM after Rakitic, Iniesta came, great second half! Hope Inesta was all right.
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MadridKilla 12 months ago
Barcelona 0 1116
Everytime I see Messi score with ease, it's just a treat... lucky to be alive to see this man play extraordinary futbol
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diehardbarca 12 months ago
Barcelona 0 1597
We are bored of that same old shit from you.. only think i like the fact that you’re a Barca fan .
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Gaucho10 12 months ago
0 52
Who is "we" ? sometimes silence is better than saying sth negative, try it.
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dahir12 12 months ago
Arsenal, Canada 0 19
let's just say Barcelona gets separated from Spain, which league will Fc Barcelona play?
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FireBraguette 12 months ago
Manchester United, Mauritius 0 276
A league of their own, mate. A league of their own
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Golazo111 12 months ago Edited
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Same La Liga as usual, kind of like Monaco in France, I would guess.
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Same La Liga as usual, kind of like Monaco does in France, I would guess.
BlaugranaDude 12 months ago
Barcelona, Argentina 0 281
IF Catalonia were to separate from Spain, Barcelona along with other catalán teams like Espanyol and Girona would most likely still play in La Liga like Mónaco in Ligue 1 because both Barcelona and the Spanish League would have much to lose if Barça left. Other choices like joining Ligue 1 or just having an all Catalan league seem less likely to me. Remember that's just IF.
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dahir12 12 months ago
Arsenal, Canada 0 19
barcelona and Espanyol are the only two teams from Catalonia how could they have a league of their own
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guliyevm 12 months ago
Barcelona, Canada 0 52
You are wrong my friend. There are around 18 Catalan teams and 3 of them are currently in LaLiga. Girona, Espanyol and Barca
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Cizbiz 12 months ago
Barcelona, Netherlands 0 436
Dahir12, "A league of their own" is a phrase, man. It's a joke. You gotta check stuff like this out.
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_Pelle_ 12 months ago
Paris Saint Germain 48 4555
I don't thin that will happen soon. The best way to resolve things is though peaceful discussions with mutual respect.
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raimondo90 12 months ago
Valencia, Argentina 89 2412
Spain FA already state that if Catalonya leaves Spain that the teams will be kicked from La Liga per league rules. Also as a big Fuck You to them for wanting to leave Spain. If it happened, La Liga would collapse.
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_Pelle_ 12 months ago Edited
Paris Saint Germain 48 4555
Its very sad because all parties will lose... To me its ridiculous this is even an option even if there are political arguments for it. Economic it will be a disaster for everyone.
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Its very sad because all parties will lose... To me its ridiculous this is even an alternative even if there are political arguments for it. Economic it will be a disaster for everyone.
TeamMessi 12 months ago
Barcelona 1 249
For sure not own league! They got offer from every other league. Hahaha if Barca moves to other league, then nobody gonna watch la liga anymore. Poor madridista fans :D:D:D:D
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barca_love 12 months ago
Barcelona, Colombia 0 113
As a fan of the club, I think that Barcelona made the right choice in choosing to play. It shows a good team mentality when the players still play well and win the game despite the political drama going on outside of the stadium. Proud to be a Barcelona fan.
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quikzyyy 12 months ago
Arsenal 396 7077
certainly not best decision for people who traveled from far away just to stay behind locked doors tho.
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vivino 12 months ago
Real Madrid, Portugal 0 159
Proud ? lol.
They didn't want to play because and they played because La Liga told them it will get a -6 points on the league if they don't play the game. So they shut their mouth and played.
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platipusbiru 12 months ago
AC Milan, Indonesia 0 3
well, i read that Barca actually announce to hold the game, but La Liga Authorities force them to play.
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diehardbarca 12 months ago Edited
Barcelona 0 1597
I agree we made right decision by playing otherwise we would have lost 6 points. Due to ongoing circumstances our next game in madrid against Atm will be hell, first of all refs will be against us and atmosphere will be extremely hostile.. god knows what happens on game day. i just hope we win or get draw in madrid.
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I agree we made right decision by playing otherwise we would have lost 6 points. Due to ongoing circumstances our next game in madrid against Atm will be hell, first of all refs will be against us and atmosphere will be extremely hostile.. god knows what happens on that.. i just hope we win or get draw in madrid.
Cizbiz 12 months ago
Barcelona, Netherlands 0 436
Politics and football can't be separated, especially when it's Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao. These teams are symbols. The Camp Nou decision was right, there could be heated protests from both sides. Great second half at the end. Catalonia will have something to cheer here.
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luis9rabona 12 months ago
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Politics and football must be separated. Spain has a lot RM fans like FCB. But thanks to the corrupt politics that has catalonia we have this problems. They just respect independence people and not the rest. And use the camp nou for stupid phrases like freedom for catalonia, this problem can only be understood if you live in Spain
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Cizbiz 12 months ago
Barcelona, Netherlands 0 436
No, this problem can only be understood when you have enough knowledge of the politics and history. Living somewhere doesn't make you an expert on the place, and arguing so only means you're a philistine. It's ALWAYS the oppressors who argue politics and football should be separated as they keep politicising it in their own favour. And I don't think the phrase "Freedom for ...." has ever been stupid regarding independence issues. Honestly answer this, then: If Catalonia is independent, will you separate politics with football and support Barça in remaining in La Liga?
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luis9rabona 12 months ago Edited
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Just 30% want be a country. That 30% is it better than the rest?
And the history is fake. They were kingdom of Aragon not Catalonia.
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Just 30% wants be a country. That 30% is more than 70% of peoples ?
And the history is fake.
Just 30% wants be a country. That 30% is more than 70% of peoples ?
And the history is fake. they were King of Aragon not Catalonia.
Just 30% wants be a country. That 30% is more than 70% of peoples ?
And the history is fake. they were Kings of Aragon not Catalonia.
Just 30% wants be a country. That 30% is more than 70% of peoples ?
And the history is fake. they were kingdom of Aragon not Catalonia.
Just 30% wants be a country. That 30% is more than 70% of peoples ?
And the history is fake. They were kingdom of Aragon not Catalonia.
Cizbiz 12 months ago
Barcelona, Netherlands 0 436
Oh my god man, not only you know best of history, you also did the referendum all by yourself? Congratulations, you should be king of Europe or whatever! (Fake history, eh? Trump, is that you?)
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luis9rabona 12 months ago
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Which referendum ? Oh do you mean the illegal referendum which didn't was voted or approved by the citizens of catalonia/spain? It is not democracy.

FCB is a great club and they must make football not politics.
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Cizbiz 12 months ago
Barcelona, Netherlands 0 436
Yeah ok whatever you're not worth arguing with.
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ForcaCataluna 12 months ago
Barcelona, Argentina 2 408
what happened in this match? i am oblivious.
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Golazo111 12 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Didn't let the fans to enter the stadium, nice fake drama there you got...
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SunFlash 12 months ago
Manchester United, USA 15 2910
What's going on there now is well beyond the scope of a game. Have a little humility.
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Golazo111 12 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Like you would know anything about that...
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Richmond882 12 months ago
Barcelona, Azerbaijan 0 4
Catalunya is within a glimpse of a revolution, regardless of what your opinion is on the matter. The spanish police blocked people from entering the stadium in order to oppress their voices. Don't spread your ignorance onto others.
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Golazo111 12 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
The club didn't let 80 000 fans to enter, not the police so stop creating fake drama. So oppressed by their own club...
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Greatone 12 months ago
Arsenal, Australia 8 177
the club didnt want to play at all after the events of today, they were forced to otherwise they could potentially lose 6 points, so they chose to play behind closed doors.
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_Pelle_ 12 months ago
Paris Saint Germain 48 4555
Catalonia has never been a country/empire of its own. It's always been a part of a bigger kingdom/confederation/polity. 1162-1716 its was a part of the Crown of Aragon and before that the Catalan "counties" were Frankish vassals, sort of, dating back to year 801. Before that they were under muslim control for a short period and even further back it was a part of the western Roman empire who defeated the Carthaginians who ruled the territory briefly when its population was generally of Iberian background. And we go all the way back to 8th century BC when ancient greeks established colonies. After 1716, a feud between ruling houses ended with spanish crown falling under one king and started its industrialization late 18th century, gained and lost varying degrees of autonomy. Then Franco came
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_Pelle_ 12 months ago
Paris Saint Germain 48 4555
Point being, although there is a call for independence... there is no argument for "going back to being independent".
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Golazo111 12 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Tell that to the people that protest and want to go out of Spain, it would take you 100 years to explain some things to them...
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LoveKavi 12 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 632
Think of it like this. Barcelona would probably be fined and banned from playing La Liga games and would lose La Liga after this game. They can be punished for negligence. Imagine a kid going to see his first game with his dad and ending up dead... Barca wouldn't be able to recover from this for years. They can't allow any problems to arise whilst police and shooting rubber bullets and rioters... So please think.
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Golazo111 12 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Over 80 000 people wanted to see the game, got denied at the gates by their own club they support.
Do you think all of them were still just happy and went home, or is it possible that some stayed on the streets wanting to cause trouble?
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sporttfan 12 months ago
Manchester United 0 89
gozamo11, i don't get youat all. are you just trying so hard pretending to be stupid or are you really stupid?
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NeutralOpinion 12 months ago
Leeds United, Finland 0 27
Clueless fuck
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diehardbarca 12 months ago
Barcelona 0 1597
After challenge on Roberto, it is understood referee protesting inside camp nou against catalan independence. Why the fuck they can’t keep politics and football separated? Btw First half is poor and second half we did complete the job.
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ghenji 12 months ago
Borussia Dortmund 0 985
empty camp nou , no problem , 3 pts is there to cheer for.
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