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Nobody is bigger than the club

No we aren't talking about Kris Commons. Just everyone's favourite Brazilian - Neymar (ok second favourite after Tommy Gravesen's wife)

It's only rumours but following the who takes the penalty spat he has apparently told PSG to sell Cavani We have seen our fair share of players arguing over who takes a penalty only to see it missed/ Generally it gets sorted and we forget about it until the next time. I seen even Dabi Alves get involved and give the ball to his fellow countryman.

However Neymar has apparently also unfollowed Cavani on Instagram

It is probably only internet rumours but what a spoiled brat if any or all of this is true.

We knew he was going to PSG so he could be the main man away from Messi but this is sounding similar to Messi with Ronaldinho at Barca (although Ronaldinho's lifestyle didn't help his cause in staying)

posted on 20/9/17

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posted on 20/9/17

psg are pure whank aren't they, lets be honest.

a club without.

for billionaires just now football clubs are trophy wives.

posted on 20/9/17

comment by Call Sign: Invictus (U3627)
posted 19 minutes ago

In the way that I already mentioned

I mentioned it may be nonsense. I also mentioned that Ronaldinho's lifestyle wouldn't have helped
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You didn't mention how though. "this is sounding similar to Messi with Ronaldinho at Barca (although Ronaldinho's lifestyle didn't help his cause in staying)" is what it says in the article.

I'm asking out of genuine interest, not to rub you up the wrong way. It's just that I've never been aware of any rumours regarding a possible rift between Dinho and Messi.

comment by bubbsy (U21459)

posted on 20/9/17

I don't buy into this "no one is bigger than the club" stuff, and it's not a disagreement with you Murnetti but every player that wants out gets out. The club has no say about a player now, he's in control along with his agents. I'm sure it was fact during the 60s/70s but not now.

posted on 20/9/17

I'm Kaiser Söze

posted on 20/9/17

comment by Smid (U13415)
posted 16 minutes ago
It creates a soap opera that people may want to follow. When you hear that for example Joey Barton has been on twitter having beef with someone it is normal that both people see a surge in followers because it has created some publicity. Chances are people will want to see it unfold - they will want to see if Cavani is sold, who takes the next penalty etc?

All it does is keeps PSG in the spotlight. They were on the back pages of the British media today, when was the last time that happened? PSG want to be the biggest club in the World and yesterday the incident was trending globally on twitter. They won't have any complaints about that meanwhile the two players are probably having a laugh about it in training.
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While that might be plausible, it could very well be that they've genuinely gotten off on the wrong foot with each other.

These two have been rivals plenty of times, with the number of times Barça have faced PSG in recent years, plus the fierce Brazil vs Uruguay rivalry in South America.

Neymar's not exactly gracious in victory either, so there's a fairish chance he may have previous with Cavani before they came together in the same team.

Sometimes the actual explanation is the most obvious one.

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posted on 20/9/17

comment by itsonlyagame (U6426)
posted 21 minutes ago
comment by Call Sign: Invictus (U3627)
posted 19 minutes ago

In the way that I already mentioned

I mentioned it may be nonsense. I also mentioned that Ronaldinho's lifestyle wouldn't have helped
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You didn't mention how though. "this is sounding similar to Messi with Ronaldinho at Barca (although Ronaldinho's lifestyle didn't help his cause in staying)" is what it says in the article.

I'm asking out of genuine interest, not to rub you up the wrong way. It's just that I've never been aware of any rumours regarding a possible rift between Dinho and Messi.


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"I know I am contradicting myself with the Messi thing about Ronaldinho but I'm not sure I overly believe it"

Said this earlier.

However don't believe everything you read on the internet. I'm sure I read Abraham Lincoln said that

I fall onto the Real Madrid and Ronaldo side of who I enjoy watching. It doesn't make me any less of an huge admirer of Messi but it does sometimes lead you to read comments that may or may not be true.

I'm not saying I read it in an Ronaldo v Messi stupid spat between fans but I don't know where I read it

posted on 20/9/17

Ok, Murn.

I'm a Madrid supporter myself, though not at all tribalist and much more a fan of Messi's game than Ronaldo's.

The sports media here in Spain are partisan beyond the point of ridiculousness. They also have to sell about 30 pages each of Madrid and Barça stories every day, so even the most insignificant remark is clung onto, analysed and intentionally misinterpreted ad nauseam.

Not that I follow all that closely, but it wouldn't surprise me at all if they'd floated the idea from the Madrid side of the divide - just as the pro-Barça outlets do 24/7. The fact I couldn't remember hearing about a Dinho/Messi "thing" spiked my curiosity.

I do remember Eto'o eventually getting fed up and going public about the lack of commitment of 'certain players', which was something they never forgave him for.

posted on 20/9/17

comment by JFK - Trebles for the Rebels (U8919)
posted 1 hour, 21 minutes ago
psg are pure whank aren't they, lets be honest.

a club without.

for billionaires just now football clubs are trophy wives.


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Like the billionaire dermot Desmond do you mean

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