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Author:  Clau1921 [ Thu Jun 08, 2017 4:04 pm ]
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Conflictul cu islamistii a depasit granitele politicului...

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Author:  mircea [ Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:44 am ]
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două poze, 4 ani diferență

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Author:  Clau1921 [ Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:32 am ]
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Foarte tare! :)

Author:  Clau1921 [ Sun Sep 24, 2017 12:45 pm ]
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Derby in Turcia :)

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Author:  Clau1921 [ Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:47 pm ]
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Ce sa-ti spun! Ii mai lipsesc ghetele roz.
Nu pot sa ii suport pe turci, dar jucatorul nemtilor a dat dovada de ipocrizie maxima


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Author:  Prezon [ Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:49 pm ]
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Si-a scos si morcovu' din cur, dar nu au prins in poza

Author:  Clau1921 [ Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:45 pm ]
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:shock:

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Author:  mircea [ Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:38 pm ]
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Noul stadion din Monterrey.

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Author:  Basa [ Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:13 pm ]
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"We were all at a training camp in Portugal and went to a go-karting track. I'd pulled into the pits and realised my brakes weren't working. I saw Xabi Alonso and Dirk Kuyt standing there, knew I would hit one of them and thought: 'who is the most valuable?' So I swerved into Kuyt and credit to him, he jumped out the way." - Peter Crouch :lol:

Author:  Firmin [ Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:48 pm ]
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M-am tot gandit unde sa postez articolul asta, il pun la diverse, desi poate ar merita un topic separat...

http://www.spiegel.de/international/foo ... ml#ref=rss

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"Can you imagine Bayern Munich withdrawing from the Bundesliga, Germany's national football league, and only playing away games in places like Barcelona and Madrid from now on? Can you picture a battle for the German league championship without the best players and best teams? Is it conceivable that the country's most successful team is involved in the planning of a European "Super League," and perhaps even exploring whether it can withhold its players from the German national team? Completely implausible, right?

Wrong. In 2016, FC Bayern spent months forging its plan for a Super League with the most powerful and the richest football clubs in Europe. They managed to keep under wraps just how meticulously they were pursuing an elite league for quite some time, but now the secret's out. Confidential documents show that many top clubs are still pursuing plans for a Super League.

Starting today, DER SPIEGEL, in cooperation with 14 other European news organizations, will publish a series of disclosures about the "dirty deals" of the football world. Dozens of articles will dive deep into the business of European football -- a billion-euro industry. German public broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) also participated in the project and will air a 60-minute (German language) documentary on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 21:45 p.m."

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"DER SPIEGEL and the EIC describe in meticulous detail how Infantino, as then-secretary general of UEFA, thwarted his own organization's investigators in order to take the side of the clubs Manchester City (ManCity) and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), both owned by emirates in the Gulf.

Both clubs are blatantly controlled by authoritarian governments of super-rich Gulf states. Thousands of pages of Football Leaks documents prove:

- ManCity and PSG systematically violated FIFA's financial fair play rules for years;
- Infantino, as UEFA general secretary, buckled under pressure from Abu Dhabi and Qatar and allowed the clubs from Manchester and Paris to operate with virtual impunity;
- UEFA meted out only mild punishments to the two clubs and did not expel either of them from the Champions League as it did with smaller clubs;
- Infantino -- despite an obligation to strict neutrality -- secretly met for negotiations with club bosses from Paris and Manchester;
- he fed internal association info to the clubs and cleared the way for "settlements," although he was not authorized to do so;
- that he thus systematically undermined UEFA's own oversight procedures and bodies.

In other words: Infantino trampled the values of the sport. Here is the in-depth feature on his activities.
Here is the full story about Infantino's "work" at FIFA."

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