La Liga Thread


#3336

It could potentially help his stance on player signings. Leaving a little wiggle room for the media/fans to run riot with, heaps the pressure towards the board to make it worth Poch’s while at Spurs. He’s answered that question in a very shrewd way.

I’m totally oblivious mind you as to what they can expect in transfer fees given they have massive overheads to keep an eye on now.


#3337

Renewing your contract and then leaving. Perfect! :wenger:


#3338

:santi:


#3339

He wasn’t good enough for them, just about good enough for the bin dippers


#3340

So according to Sky Wenger is the official favourite? Nice :wenger:


#3341

There’s one question everybody is asking though


#3342

Its not about Wengers balls again is it?

If so get ready for more AW nudies…:wenger:


#3343

@will24 Cordoba stay up! Remarkable turnaround from them. They were 13 points from safety in march!


#3344

Incredible! I actually found a really crappy stream for it when I saw that they were winning their game 1-0. With Rayo winning La Segunda and Cordoba staying up it was a pretty good weekend!


#3345

#3346

Deserved for their outstanding city :slight_smile:


#3347

Eric Abidal has replaced Robert Fernandez as technical director at Barcelona.


#3348

WOW. The current Spain coach will take the Real Madrid job after the WC. Mistake for both parties imo


#3349

RIP Big Weng :frowning:


#3350

Bit of an unorthodox choice. I remember him almost taking the Wolves job two years ago :grin:

Has taking this position made his job with Spain a lot harder? His every move/decision will be analysed more, particularly by Real Madrid fans, who’ll be on his back from day 1 if it goes wrong for Spain.

On a positive note though, he absolutely loves Isco and this should have a positive impact on him. He’s more dominant for Spain than Real and that in part is down to Lopetegui. Safe to say it’s definitely bye bye Bale.


#3351

Julen, please take De Gea away from United I beg.


#3352

Big and risky move at the same time. Good luck to him.


#3353

Makes sense actually, he was a Madrid youth product and coached their B team right?


#3354

No PSG, no Real, weren’t the big clubs just lining up to snatch up Wenger :rofl: :rofl:


#3355

Poor Wenger putting his eggs in this basket missed out on jobs he was more suited for like Swansea and Happy China Fortune.