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Monaco vs Paris Saint Germain
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 1701
Firstly. PSG are not a small club. Secondly. Inter aren't even in Europe, let alone in the champions league. Third. In the mid 90's and well before the foreign money and for a period. PSG were the top ranked side in Europe. Finally. Alves is a professional who has basically achieved all there is to achieve in the club game. He is obviously looking to pursue new challenges to keep himself motivated. He is one of the best full backs of his generation, so having a bit of respect would be nice, instead of acting like a child.
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jaaaar 1 year ago
Barcelona, Estonia 0 1037
By winning the league?
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 1701
He helped Juventus win the league, cup and reach the champions league final. He was influential in the final vs Lazio and semi final vs Monaco. Having no respect just makes you look like an ungrateful plastic bandwagon of a fake fan. He stayed at Juventus for a full season. but then again that's me expecting you actually watch matches and not just highlights....yeh right.
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Cizbiz 1 year ago
Barcelona, Netherlands 0 431
A world-class player is one that can fit into an unorthodox playing position regarding their career and also one who can score and assist in the first game they play with their new team, let alone that first game being a cup final. So any doubts regarding Dani Alves' quality is sheer trash. He was the most impersonal player in PSG's squad which in my opinion lost the league last season due to clashing egos.
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Lorenzomadrileno 1 year ago
Real Madrid, Spain 0 8
180 millions for MBappé? Let's be serious for a while
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Leonardito 1 year ago
0 603
Video quality was from another world.
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trololol 1 year ago
Arsenal 0 203
There is a shortage of world class right backs at the moment in football. Weird when the best right backs at the moment are a 34 year old Dani Alves and a retired Phillip Lahm.
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jon1kenobi 1 year ago
AC Milan 0 160
that was a nice build up by monaco, sweet pass from tielemans
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BlackWithAttitude 1 year ago
Marseille, France 0 54
Nice free kick from Dani :).
But the wall is way too far, he wouldn't have score seeing the trajectory of the ball.
Still PSG dominated the game.
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SergioKool 1 year ago
FC Porto, Portugal 0 13
and subasic position is a joke xD normal he don´t get that ball when he stand in the other side xD
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Romanian_CDM 1 year ago
2 428
Dani Alves, the 34 year old Brazilian starting at RW in a final game.
Wow.
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dr_chelsea 1 year ago
Chelsea, England 1 58
subaru 6-1?!?!?!
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
alves why did u move to small club. Should've moved to world big club inter Milan
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 1701
Firstly. PSG are not a small club. Secondly. Inter aren't even in Europe, let alone in the champions league. Third. In the mid 90's and well before the foreign money and for a period. PSG were the top ranked side in Europe. Finally. Alves is a professional who has basically achieved all there is to achieve in the club game. He is obviously looking to pursue new challenges to keep himself motivated. He is one of the best full backs of his generation, so having a bit of respect would be nice, instead of acting like a child.
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
blah blah just because we are not in Europe doesn't make us small you should know better as Milan fan because your team has been a joke for almost a decade now. My dad is older than PSG how are you telling me they're a big club ffs.
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 1701
Funnily enough, Milan have won a relevant trophy (scudetto), more recently than Inter. No one called Inter a small team, but you brandishing 'small clubs' tags around is just childish. PSG is from Paris which happens to be one of the most populated cities in Europe. Nothing about their history suggests 'small'. Also. shouldn't you be supporting your local team?
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
Yup but who win the UCL more recently which is what the big teams aim for? Paris or not they're still small. I guess man city are big because they are from a popular city also? Makes no sense
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 1701
Try and concentrate on your own team. That might be the best way to go.
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_Pelle_ 1 year ago
Paris Saint Germain 45 4369
No matter how small PSG is, it is still bigger than Inter. You can whine about the past and what Inter has won... but PSG concentrates on the future because that's where we're heading. And it doesn't look bright for the little brother of AC Milan.
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
@pelle of course you'll say that as a fan of PSG no matter how many trophies you win from now oyou'll never be on the level of inter, Madrid or bayern etc because of the fact you bought your success
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toutou 1 year ago Edited
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PSG are definitely not a small club, much respect for the work they are doing,
currently in Europe they are much better than both Milan and Inter
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
You should know a lot cough 4-0 cough
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Lambo91 1 year ago
Juventus, Italy 0 2329
I have no respect for Dani Alves. How are you gonna use us as money and just stay for half a season then leave? I feel like he's a fuckboy he fucked us really good made us cum when we wanted to marry him aka stay with us because we need a RB like him in Juve but then he left us really quick....at least stay a full season or two fucking asshole used us for money and a title
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
He stayed for a year not half
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
AC Milan, Italy 0 1701
He helped Juventus win the league, cup and reach the champions league final. He was influential in the final vs Lazio and semi final vs Monaco. Having no respect just makes you look like an ungrateful plastic bandwagon of a fake fan. He stayed at Juventus for a full season. but then again that's me expecting you actually watch matches and not just highlights....yeh right.
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quikzyyy 1 year ago
Arsenal 396 7045
He was free, he played full season and he was released by Juve, are u even Juve fan?
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Lambo91 1 year ago
Juventus, Italy 0 2329
Helped us win the league? We coulda won the league without him. Juve never released him, he wanted to experience more leagues in his career so he left by his own. He coulda at least stayed for another season what a fucking asshole.
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_Pelle_ 1 year ago
Paris Saint Germain 45 4369
"We coulda won the league without him"... OK then what are you whining about.
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ItsCmi 1 year ago
Chelsea 0 619
Monaco is PSG's bitch
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jaaaar 1 year ago
Barcelona, Estonia 0 1037
By winning the league?
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_Pelle_ 1 year ago
Paris Saint Germain 45 4369
I actually like Monaco a lot.
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ItsCmi 1 year ago
Chelsea 0 619
they won by luck, but when it comes to finals. Monaco just bend over. Also your saying you like monaco because they are the only actual team that can compete a little in ligue 1.
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subaru 1 year ago
Inter, Italy 0 78
Winning the league over 38 games is not luck idiot by that logic chelski got lucky because other top English teams had to focus on European games also with the league
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rooneyvn 1 year ago
Manchester United, USA 0 68
when a Canadian explains about football
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ItsCmi 1 year ago
Chelsea 0 619
We all know it's true, tell me one final that monaco won when they were facing P$G last season?
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ares22 1 year ago
0 193
focus on the hockey, you obviously watches the highlights only
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ItsCmi 1 year ago
Chelsea 0 619
I don't even like hockey, like I said "tell me one final that monaco won when they were facing P$G last season?"
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ares22 1 year ago
0 193
Winning the league over 38 games is not luck
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