Who would win, assuming they both had their full squads from their respective tournaments available?
NT are almost always weaker nowadays. So I would go with the club.
Although I do think that winning the WC is incredibly harder, because you have to build a team around players that are usually not used to play with each other.
>tfw you are the best forward in the world and you depend on arevalo rios to get the ball to you
We are fucked again.
does uruguay have any actual world class players other than suarez, godin, and maybe cavani? people talk about messi's lack of a supporting cast but suarez has done a lot with a whole lot less
wasn't he pretty good for PSG last year? i know >ligue 1 and all, but still
that's more impressive imo, has messi ever been in a team with as little talent as this?
>Ref calls a foul committed in middle of the field but doesn't call the same foul in the penalty area
What the fuck a foul's a foul it's horshit
Most of the time they'll let a small foul/handball in the box slide because they want to avoid criticism at all cost. Also a lot of them will do anything not to send a player off. it's actually a rarity to see a player sent off for two yellow card offences, it's usually yellow card -> last warning -> 2nd yellow card with the player subbed out after the last warning 90% of the time
>pic very much related
>Derricks face when he comes to the Bulls
When Havana gets an MLB team, what should the team name be?
Why is he so shook after being asked why he unfollowed the Cavs?
hes causing attention and drama to scare the cavalier FO to give him more power and money.
he doesnt actually plan to leave, where would he go where he doesnt get hounded? its not like he needs to win a ring anywhere, it has to be cleveland.
What is the essential /sp/ starting 5:
first time on /sp/, do you guys care about IndyCar at all?
Juan Pablo Montoya won the first round in St. Petersburg with a broken steering wheel, pretty impressive.
Alexander Rossi ran his first IndyCar race and managed to finish 12th and not crash, not bad for a rookie.
Connor Daly and Simon Pagenaud had impressive drives as well.
Marco Andretti however... crashed twice. the curse is real.
Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg WON by Juan Pablo Montoya
Phoenix Grand Prix
Toyota Grand Prix of...
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full race at St. Petersburg there, it's easy to find full IndyCar races on youtube, unlike F1. (damn you Bernie Ecclestone) the races are usually uploaded within days of the live broadcast
This still sucks when you think about it.
When will MLB realize that Japanese players are just memes and not worth the contracts
How will they fair in the champions league?
>implying they are making Champions league.
Prepare yourselves for the greatest chokejob in history. Cap this.
FUCK OFF DAVID GUETTA
FUCK OFF UEFA
THE NEW ANTHEM FOR 2016 UEFA CUP IS HERE
SPREAD THE WORD
are we elite now?
especially considering milik usually plays better for your national team
he gets a lot of shit from ajax supporters here but in truth the wing players ajax usually plays with can't cross for shit/simply do not cross the ball ever.
>36 years old
Literally the greatest one season wonder in the history of football. Post your respects here
There is a difference between being one of the greatest ever who didn't last long because he didn't care and someone who could never deliver because he just wasn't good enough
You can critique his passion and desire for the sport but all of you would give your testicles to have his ability in his prime; he just prioritized partying and bunda like you gays prioritize trannys
tl;dr don't talk shit about dinho you faggots