¡EL MADRID PIERDE ANTE EL VILLARREAL! ¿ZIDANE DEBE SALIR? – Madrid Video



published: 2018-01-13 18:37:19

El Real Madrid perdió 0-1 ante el Villarreal con gol de Pablo Fornals en los últimos minutos del partido. Con esta derrota, los blancos quedan definitivamente a 16 puntos del Barça, que mañana podría colocarse con una ventaja provisional todavía mayor si consigue sumar puntos en Anoeta. La Liga parece totalmente imposible para el Real Madrid cuando termina la 1ª vuelta. ¿Zidane debe salir?

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  1. Esto traerá decisiones radicales seguramente y lo peor que hacen es que al contrario de hacer autocrítica y buscar el problema y erradicarlo,buscan culpables en todos los ámbitos

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  2. Zz, no es ni regular entrenador

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  3. Tuvieron suerte en los distintos campeonatos conquistados, haga un análisis de la forma que los conquistaron, igual al chelsea, que ganaron pura suerte

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  4. Como pueden los imbéciles jugadores creer que no tienen compromisos, s tienen cotratos, además la riqueza.que han obtenido es con el don del fútbol, porque el 99% de ellos no tenían para comer antes.de llegar a Europa, habló de cualquier jugador que ha llegado a Europa a cualquier equipo

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  5. Si Barca gana mañana se puede decir que se acabo la liga para Real Madrid……………………….!

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  6. Hola amigos la verdad no está relacionado con el video.. pero les agradecería un mundo si se dan un vistazo por mi nueva canción.. soy un compositor ecuatoriano espero que les guste!! https://youtu.be/poECO17s-jk

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  7. lo peor de todo esto es que le echan la culpa a benzema jajjaaj y beznema no jugo dos partidos y en esos partidos perdieron o empataron igual y cr7 no hizo diferencia…

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  8. Vamos barca, no hay que confiarse

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  9. Yo desde que tengo cable (2012) nunca había visto al Madrid tan abajo en la tabla… Les falta tener cuea xD creo que han tenido buenas llegadas y no sé quizás los guardametas de los otros equipos también se las ponen difícil, yo que se si es una muy mala temporada a comparación de otras. Claramente me siento contento que el barça vaya puntero pero igual está ese pensamiento de que la liga este más peleada por parte del Madrid, el atlético no ellos van bien con el Valencia xD

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  10. Zidane nunca ha sido un buen técnico, que el equipo ganase era debido a otros factores. Podría nombrar muchos, ejemplo: CR7 le salvó muchos partidos al final, James fue su salvador, le salvó al menos 8 partidos faltando 15 mins. Morata también fue decisivo. Pero si tuviese que elegir, diría que la salida de James fue lo que más le restó fuerza al Madrid. Si tú eres técnico de uno de los equipo más competitivos del mundo, y tienes a un tio que fue el mejor jugador del mundial pasado, goleador, mejor gol, 1ro en asistencias y premio fair play, que su calidad es indudable, que tiene el mejor balón parado del equipo, que tiene gran visión de juego y que supero tus propios números en 1/3 del tiempo que te costó a ti, y lo dejas en la banca y le pones por encima a un tio que viene de un equipo de 3er nivel, o a otros que ni siquiera han vivido un mundial, pues hombre… algo no está bien contigo o tienes un problema personal con ese jugador. Ya James salió en una entrevista y confesó lo que todos sabiamos, el asunto era personal (Algo que Zidane siempre negó). Un técnico que elija a su plantilla por temas personales y no por argumentos técnicos, es mal técnico, así de simple. Mucha gente vio esto en Zidane, los madridistas de aquí de Madrid obvio no, ellos idolatran a Zidane, pero a todos les llega la hora, y a Zidane, ya le llegó, y justo en el momento que debía, cuando tenía que demostrar con una plantilla regular (comparada a la anterior) que podía llevar el equipo

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  11. The best aún anda de vacaciones

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  12. Somos superiores, respétense sabemos , a que jugamos

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  13. Muchos madridistas como yo llevamos mucho tiempo diciendo que hay que echar al alineador Zidane.

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  14. Sólo me reiré: jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja y diré… Visca el Barça siempre 💙❤😎

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  15. Liga: Barça
    Copa: Barça
    Champions :Barça,City,Psg,Bayern

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  16. Es que a cr7 hay quedarsela del punto penal, o solo para empujarla con el portero vencido, se le acabo la flor a zidane….y donde esta isco y asensio con sus clausulas de 10000000000 millones?, no decian que el madrid tenia en ellos dos a dos messi ……ridiculos!

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  17. Risk 4: Mexico
    IAN BREMMER AND CLIFF KUPCHAN
    2 JANUARY 2018
    BY: IAN BREMMER, CLIFF KUPCHAN

    MEXICO WILL HAVE A TOUGH YEAR. Indeed, 2018 will be a defining moment for the country's longer-term outlook, which will depend on the outcome of NAFTA renegotiation and the country's 1 July presidential election. Both carry significant market risks.

    First, NAFTA. A successful renegotiation in 2018 is still possible. It's far from certain Trump would act on his threat to initiate withdrawal from the deal; even if he does, this would be a ploy to enhance US leverage in future negotiations rather than an attempt to destroy the agreement. Unfortunately, that's where the good news stops.

    Renegotiation of the 23-year-old deal started last August and dominated the second half of the year, with scant results. Increasingly protectionist US proposals have slowed negotiations. Canada, the US, and Mexico share the goal of reaching a deal to revamp the agreement by the end of March, before the presidential campaign begins in Mexico. But successful renegotiation depends on the US softening its stance; Mexico and Canada have few incentives to compromise with the Trump administration, as they know the US business community firmly opposes NAFTA withdrawal.

    If there is no deal or if Trump initiates a withdrawal process, this would not mark the end of NAFTA, but it would put an end to negotiations. Canada and Mexico would, at least initially, walk away, creating uncertainty over billions of dollars of economic activity in the world's most prosperous region. Though the pain would be shared, the Mexican economy and those who invest in it would suffer disproportionately, given the country's deep reliance on trade with the US.

    The NAFTA debate and the country's presidential election are likely to overlap and amplify the risks each presents. Once the presidential campaign starts in March, it will become very hard for government negotiators to agree to meaningful compromises without seeming to bow to the US “hegemonic neighbor.” In addition, the campaign's frontrunner is Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known as AMLO, who offers anti-US rhetoric and a statist economic policy platform.
    Voter anger at government is running high, thanks to high-profile corruption cases, a deterioration of the security situation, and sluggish economic growth. Public demand for change favors AMLO, and though the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) candidate, Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade, appeals to independent voters, his association with unpopular President Enrique Pena Nieto will be a burden on his candidacy.

    Lopez Obrador is not as radical as some rivals portray him, but he represents a fundamental break with the investor-friendly economic model implemented in Mexico since the 1980s, particularly for the recently enacted opening of the energy sector to private foreign investors. Fiscal constraints and a lack of congressional majorities would limit what he can achieve, but an AMLO presidency, particularly if NAFTA's future remains uncertain, would bring significant market risk to Mexico.

    Esta es la fuente:

    https://www.eurasiagroup.net/live-post/risk-4-mexico

    Risk 4: Mexico
    IAN BREMMER AND CLIFF KUPCHAN
    2 JANUARY 2018
    BY: IAN BREMMER, CLIFF KUPCHAN

    MEXICO WILL HAVE A TOUGH YEAR. Indeed, 2018 will be a defining moment for the country's longer-term outlook, which will depend on the outcome of NAFTA renegotiation and the country's 1 July presidential election. Both carry significant market risks.

    First, NAFTA. A successful renegotiation in 2018 is still possible. It's far from certain Trump would act on his threat to initiate withdrawal from the deal; even if he does, this would be a ploy to enhance US leverage in future negotiations rather than an attempt to destroy the agreement. Unfortunately, that's where the good news stops.

    Renegotiation of the 23-year-old deal started last August and dominated the second half of the year, with scant results. Increasingly protectionist US proposals have slowed negotiations. Canada, the US, and Mexico share the goal of reaching a deal to revamp the agreement by the end of March, before the presidential campaign begins in Mexico. But successful renegotiation depends on the US softening its stance; Mexico and Canada have few incentives to compromise with the Trump administration, as they know the US business community firmly opposes NAFTA withdrawal.

    If there is no deal or if Trump initiates a withdrawal process, this would not mark the end of NAFTA, but it would put an end to negotiations. Canada and Mexico would, at least initially, walk away, creating uncertainty over billions of dollars of economic activity in the world's most prosperous region. Though the pain would be shared, the Mexican economy and those who invest in it would suffer disproportionately, given the country's deep reliance on trade with the US.

    The NAFTA debate and the country's presidential election are likely to overlap and amplify the risks each presents. Once the presidential campaign starts in March, it will become very hard for government negotiators to agree to meaningful compromises without seeming to bow to the US “hegemonic neighbor.” In addition, the campaign's frontrunner is Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known as AMLO, who offers anti-US rhetoric and a statist economic policy platform.
    Voter anger at government is running high, thanks to high-profile corruption cases, a deterioration of the security situation, and sluggish economic growth. Public demand for change favors AMLO, and though the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) candidate, Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade, appeals to independent voters, his association with unpopular President Enrique Pena Nieto will be a burden on his candidacy.

    Lopez Obrador is not as radical as some rivals portray him, but he represents a fundamental break with the investor-friendly economic model implemented in Mexico since the 1980s, particularly for the recently enacted opening of the energy sector to private foreign investors. Fiscal constraints and a lack of congressional majorities would limit what he can achieve, but an AMLO presidency, particularly if NAFTA's future remains uncertain, would bring significant market risk to Mexico.

    Esta es la fuente:

    https://www.eurasiagroup.net/live-post/risk-4-mexico

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  18. "La crisis" viene a raíz de que el tio Floren se ha estado ahorrando todo el dineral de los árbitros para poder intentar el fichaje de Neymar. Lo demás es humo. Este Mardrid nunca fue muy bueno, ni siquiera en Supercopa contra un Barcelona hundido.

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  19. Estoy esperando con ansias que dicen en el Chiringuito jajajajajajajja espero y soria lleve sus super calsetas

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