El Clasico 2011: Because I Can

Oh hey there, I’m just thinking about stuff and–what’s this!?

He could have either a 7 or a 22 on his shirt…

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By Isaiah

Isaiah is a co-founder and lead writer for Barcelona Football Blog. He currently lives in the greater Philadelphia area.

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    1. I just bookmarked Jordi Rรญos’ twitter. ๐Ÿ˜€

      Queca would definitely make up for Pique’s lack of pace but it looks like she has a tendency to make a meal out of the slightest of contacts.

  1. Oh man… I wonder if the server can take all the stuff that’ll be posted about the Clasicos during the next 3 weeks.

    But me like ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Well his number could as easily be 16 or 2, and the colour maroon and blue, and none of us would notice the difference. Di Maria is as big of a diver as Busquets and Alves. It’s only that Di Maria dives more to get penalties than both of our players combined.

  3. I had forgotten about the now defunct Mou league home record; I wonder if we’d be more clamoring for a win this weekend if Preciado hadn’t beaten Pep to the home defeat.

    1. before we go to Shakira’s stadium, other team just broke their unbeatable in home record…

      and now before we go to Ber-Nah-Be-Eeewww, Preciado took away what should’ve been our honour, broke Mou’s 9 years unbeatable at home record… ๐Ÿ˜›

  4. LMAO, I literally, not figuratively (credit to Robin and Ted Mosby) laugh seeing that gif… ๐Ÿ˜†

    I think the guy with ball in his feet is very 7-esque style, and the other guy who kick the ball is number 5, of course…

    just take a look at the last El Clasico…

  5. The step overs + the dive mean only one storm trooper I know of. I’ve scrolled back up to it 3 time now and die each time.

    Isaiah and Co, I don’t comment much anymore but I always stop by to get me a BFB hit. TY

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