Discussion in 'Real Madrid' started by dooda, Jun 5, 2012.
Our bball team is owning the cules. We are owning their asses in all sports it seems
We would've all but sealed the title if it wouldn't have been for that comically stupid loss in the first game.
looks like we're going to have a green CL kit
I like it better than last season's red kit, but I don't get why we need to go for another weird colour again.
When is the last time the third kit wasn't a wierd color? Purple two seasons ago, red last season, and now green. I actually like the red ones we had this past season though, I never got what all the hate was about.
I really liked the red kit, I thought they were nice. The green doesn't look too bad either although I'd have to see them being worn. Compared to some Clubs third kits which look like what my dog coughs up after she's had a few too many Skittles I'll take our third kits of the past few seasons any day
Purple isn't a weird colour.
Well apparently to some people anything outside of white, black, or dark navy (nearly black) is a weird color. Because I don't think red or green are weird colors either.
I'm pretty sure by weird they mean a color we don't usually use. I can't remember the last time we used red. Purple on the other hand has been used as our 3rd kit frequently enough for it not to be weird.
Purple is a part of our history to be honest.
Alright well either way, it's nice to have a little variety, especially with the third kit which doesn't even get used all that often. I don't really consider red or green to be weird colors but I guess strictly in the context of being associated with the club, then they might be. Still think both the reds this year looked great, and the greens next year will look great too. As long as we don't go orange or yellow, any other color is fine with me.
Dang Uncle Flo knows how to roll that money in, we will be closing our Fiscal year with 500ME:
Half a billion without needing no injection of cash... we are up from the 480ME that we reported last season.
Pretty phenomal considering the economic crisis.
I think you mean Jose Angel Sanchez, "knows how to roll that money in" Granted Uncle Flo is probably at the genesis of a lot of this revenue building whehter through signing players, building theme parks, expanding the Bernabeu, etc. but I 'm pretty sure it's Senor Sanchez making the ideas realistic and accessible.
When Club presidents try to run the financial ends of things they come up with deals like 20 ME +Eto'o for Ibrahimovic, selling out like a bunch of hypocrites for shirt sponsorship and then lying about what you paid for Chilean wingers and then they pat themselves on the back. Props to Uncle Flo for picking a pretty savvy guy to handle the financial end of things though
True say, but wasnt Jose around when Calderon was president? I think Perez deserves lots of credit for transforming us into a financial giant not once but twice.
I gave him his credit but Sanchez has been the constant in Uncle Flo's first and second presidency if my mind serves me correctly (he was marketing director for uncle Flo's first coronation) and pretty influential in giving Calderon the go-ahead to sign Ronaldo. It's a team of two visionary minds, with Uncle Flo as the face doing great things for the Club. I'm not trying "discredit" the good Uncle as much as point out there is a potentially unsung hero in the background who is a big part of this.
New Roma Coach Zeman:
"Mourinho is a mediocre coach"
"I had to google who he is and what he's done"
Zeman is fantastic, i wouldn't take him serious.
Question: What do you do in your free time?
Zeman: "I smoke."
The board of Directors have unanimously approved he work to remodel the stadium:
I like this the Allianz and the beijing stadium that was designed for the Olympics so i am interested as to what this guy can bring to the table..
That's two guys, actually...
Separate names with a comma.