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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Potential future at Barcelona. Earlier this week, here's what he had to say, you were always flattered when teams show interest in you as a player, but I am at the biggest club in the world at the moment, and I feel fine there. So no news. What's a truer headline? Barcelona need to get rid of Frankie the younger Barcelona wanna get rid of Frankie de young. A little bit of both. Sorry, I'm not giving you a great answer there, but this speaks to what we're talking about the by the way. There are two slightly different processes related processes, but slightly different processes going on. One is the financial stability of Barcelona over the midterm. And the other is fulfilling league criteria. So Barcelona's argument, and this is one of the reasons why they're upset with La Liga, is that they say we are demonstrating that we're getting better at getting closer to a position of financial stability. But La Liga is still saying that because of their criteria, they will not allow us to sign people. We don't think it's fiscally imprudent to sign these players. It's just that the league rules won't allow us to while we're in this position. That said, of course, they recognize and reporters quote was, we're still in the intensive care. He said, we were clinically dead when we came, but we're still in an intensive care, but we hope to be able to get away from this position. We still need to reduce the actual salary mass, not the Surrey limit. It's not the same thing. The salary limit is what you're allowed to spend, the salary mass is what you actually are spending. You've got to bring that down from 560 million to €400 million. So what does this mean? It means that, yes, you want to say self ranking young. And in the short term to allow for the criteria of financial affair play if you're bringing others in, you need to sell him. If you're talking about it from a point of view that's much more about whether we're stable over the next three or four years, maybe you quite like the idea of selling in rather than absolutely need to. But this is the bottom line. Is this is why this has happened. This isn't, although there are some doubts technically about the young, there are some doubts about how well he's performed. But fundamentally, the reason this has happened is very simple. This is a guy that's got a market. This is a guy that's got clubs that might well want him. And others haven't. And actually, frankly, the young's case sums this up very nice and you've just said it with that quote. You want to get rid of this guy or you think it might be advantageous to get rid of this guy because of how much he can generate because it's quite useful, because you've got one or two small technical doubts. Although not really big ones. And yet this is a guy that's saying, well, actually, I don't want to go. And of course, that's one of the issues that Barcelona have had. They've been stuck with players they didn't necessarily want because you can't just get just open door and say, off you go then, because players, as we saw with them, to see, for example. So I'm quite happy here. Thanks very much. And what happened? And this is the really most important thing in explaining this whole financial crisis. A year ago, Lionel Messi left. That wasn't because Barcelona didn't think he was good enough anymore. It was because they needed him to go because they couldn't fulfill those criteria both in terms of the midterm financial stability of the club and in terms of the criteria for financial fair play in the short term. And that's the problem there's different processes going on in parallel, but all of them come down to a fundamental fact, which is that the financial state of the club is not good. How big of a problem would it be if they had to let Frankie die young go? Not a huge problem. No? Because if there was an area on the field where Barcelona actually has abundant talent would be in the midfield. You think Gabby, you think peddy, if indeed you want to keep frankly young, I would like for them to keep frankly young in a position in which he's actually being the player who receives the ball from the back line. Who transitions the team forward and bus gets is not going anywhere. And so therefore, who would you rather play? A combination of escape Perry and gavi or shoehorned frankly young in one of those positions. I don't think so. So it becomes an asset that I see just mentioned has a market and that is ideal for Barcelona if indeed they find the right buyer who's willing to pay the value of frankly young. You have to get out of an impact at Manchester United Stevie. Frankie du young would have an impact. Unfortunately, the players that they have right now, he doesn't fit in what they've got. He's got impossible to somebody. Right now, there's not really too many great options for him to make that difference from defense into attack. They don't have the type of player that he will find who will then take it forward as well. I don't think so. Sid, what about Bernardo Silva another player that's been linked heavily with Barcelona? How realistic is that possibility?.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

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02:46 min | Last month

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Especially if they're a sellable asset. So there's no reason to suggest that you're willing to go. If you do go, it's on Barcelona to accept what may be a reduced value because they have to and the buying club and their interests are certainly up what they're willing to pay. So for right now, as Craig says, it's going to be an interesting summer. It's going to be more interesting from Barcelona players perspective in that everything you see is that you're willing to sit tight, you're not moving and you force the hand of Barcelona and any other interested party. I think you know this. I had that scenario to some extent. I do know this. Southern, I believe, is the way. No, no, well, they wanted that current regime at the time and I have to get this name correct, wanted to say in a Brazilian center called Raphael shade, right? Right, that could easily have gone wrong. Yes. But I think I got it right. And but he was going to cost 5.5 million. It turns out it wasn't worth 5.5 cents. And he came in. But they needed the money to buy this player and because back in, I think it was 99, 1999, 5 and a half million, particularly for a Scottish club, was a lot of money. And so Henrik had broke his leg, a few other people were out, and so I was a sellable asset. But I dug my heels out. And I had it all, you know, at one point, you'll be training with the kids, you're training in the dark, you be training at night. And I just, I don't care. Right. I don't care, and you got commend every morning. And he's nowhere near that stage, obviously. But I'm just saying how clubs can play games. How hierarchies can play main games with players. And you've got to commend every morning we are smiling your face and train your best, whether it's with the kids or the foster of the reserves. And then it becomes a game of bluff. And ultimately we saw the things out between us, but it took a lot of negotiating and I think as a player, you certainly have to stand up for yourself and no time at players had more power than no. The money has given them more power. It's given more problems to clubs, but it's given the players even more power in a sense where they say, okay. I'll just stay here. Thank you very much. It's not as if I need the one bonus to get me through to the end of the week. So I can buy the shopping. So I'll just this, or the players are in a much more powerful position than I've ever been. And it can become a very, very messy situation of clubs decide to go down that route. But I've not only seen it with myself. I've seen it with many, many players. Just wrapping up the bar sign in conversation said, Marcus Alonso. Link to a move from Chelsea, he.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:31 min | Last month

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The way that chubby put it was, but then above all else, there's an economic criteria. And so that's the thing here. We're not just looking at Barcelona moving on players that don't want. We're looking at Barcelona and looking around the squad and thinking what's a sellable asset, even if it's one we might want. If this is one we would prefer to keep in the team. And then you get to this next stage, which is you just said, has been made very clear by Frankie young today. Memphis depay has said something similar. Martin brathwaite has said something similar. It's all well and good deciding that you might want to look for an exit for these players. But if these players are under contract, say, no. That's it. There's very little you can do. There's a reason that some of the players who are still there are still there. And there's a reason that some of those players that you might have preferred to have stayed, like a certain Lionel Messi, aren't. And why did messy go because the others didn't, for one very simple reason, he had no contract. He was no longer a Barcelona player at that point. Are you surprised that he hasn't had a bigger impact on this team? Said Frankie young. Yes, I am on one level because, you know, over the last four or 5 years, we have looked at this bar sign of squad a lot and it's worth obviously making the point now that this was under the former presidency of just Maria about to mail rather than move John reports of the current president. And we've consistently seen deals that we thought that doesn't make sense. That doesn't fit past the style. That's not really the player they need. That's a short term solution. You looked at Frank of the year and thought, yes. This is the Barcelona player. This is the Barcelona midfielder for the future. It's a buzz on a player who.

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Spain Beach Smoking Ban-Barcelona Intro and Wrap

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00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Spain Beach Smoking Ban-Barcelona Intro and Wrap

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Reason why Real Madrid are in the position that they are. You could pinpoint every goal and what the state they made in the lead up to it. And it's all very clear mistakes. Tight marking in terms of what not to do. Are you going to get tight? Are you not going to get tired? If you're not going to get tired and you got to drop off because if not, he's going to run by you. Well, he does. He's got to get a touch on this. That's his sole responsibility. And if you're really tall, you got to flash across Obama young. Neither one of them does their job, not to doesn't do his job. One zero Barcelona. And that's it, and then this is too easy, isn't it? It is. It's service from a corner kick that you see it coming, but there's one player attacking the ball, and that's running out of alcohol. Many times late once again, and I hope getting in between both a lava and militia, your two center backs to nothing. And then you expect everything to be at least tighter in the second half, at least come out and get everything together. This was only what two minutes after the break. Faster should have scored previously to this, but they do hear. See, and this is what I consider to be fake effort from Real Madrid. If we had the ability to look at the sliding challenges, again, you're looking at a sliding challenge from adaba that he's never going to get to. So this is like, I'm sliding so that people see that I'm sliding, but I'm never going to get to it now model position. Okay? What this movie title do? Exactly the same thing. I'm going to slide just so that people see that I'm putting in an effort, but I'm not never going to get to it. It's irresponsible and it's so acceptable from both players. And then here again, it's an easy long ball over the top. This comes, of course, from where they thought of side, everything stops, but you play to the whistle. And it's continued nightmare for Real Madrid, defensively, allow us to get them onside, and then who continues to play. Who keeps playing Barcelona gets his arm up, okay? He's outside. No, no, you got to play until somebody blows the whistle. This is juvenile stuff. This is something that you teach kids. And then they're complaining as to, well, the flag went up, no, you gotta keep playing. But in order to keep playing, I.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"They didn't really see that fight back or that quality that they needed to come back against Barcelona and speaking of fight in a couple of press conferences and flashes that I've had with shabby. I've spoken to him about the fights of this Barcelona team ever since he came and he said, look, if at the end of the season, they remember me for one thing. I hope it's that fight, but you do need a bit more. You need an identity. Have we started seeing probably what this shabby identity is going to be for this new look Barcelona? I think so. I mean, I think that chavi from the first game that he played, he showed that he wanted that very destiny. A lot of work, a lot of rounds, a lot of movement, based on the ball, the ball has to be flying one side to the other side to try to find the play is on the wide areas. They are the one who can unbalance any kind of team and you've seen the today them better for them when it's had a chance. And you could see it from the first minute. Now, of course, they've been working for quite a while. They got the result. They got the confidence to do the things. And you can see that there is less mistakes, a lot better at the back, everybody knows what it has to do. Even we've seen Danielle was playing as a holding me field. That for quite a few minutes. So that means that everybody knows what they have to do and what is a joy to watch. But we also talked about a Real Madrid midfield. They couldn't get the ball back. They couldn't get close enough to get the ball back. And it almost, it was almost embarrassing for a little bit. It was in a Barcelona midfield that was under unbelievable criticism just a couple months ago. To be able to be in that bigger control against the side that is going to win the league and is going to win it fairly comfortably. Again, whatever job he's done, if he keeps doing it, we could be seeing a side now in a couple of years if they can get the finances right, get a few more little transfer things right. Get a few more of those kids coming through to get more and more comfortable in the side. The Barcelona fans have to be pretty excited from what they're seeing. Well, speaking of the Barcelona fans, we're being serenaded here.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"A different side to the one that of course face Real Madrid earlier on in the season at the camp now. Yeah, a lot different. I mean, as we spoke before, this Barcelona side in the last few games has been playing really good football and I think they have that confidence to play in the way that Chavez wants that team to play football everyone individually in a good moment. Probably defensively. They really need to be focused on all culture attacking because especially rhyme Madrid is a team that likes to play this in this way as well. So it's good to attack to bring a lot of player forward, but I think defensively you also need to be aware of these three or four players. You can actually run in behind and they can hurt you, but I think the whole team looks with confidence and that's a good news for Barcelona. Obviously Pablo, you look at it, Real Madrid are going to win the title. Given that, well, Barcelona be more motivated than Real Madrid going into this tie because they want to really prove a point. This is one of the biggest games that I mean as a Barcelona player. You want to play. I mean, I know the gap is too big between the two teams in La Liga the moment, but I think as a Barcelona play, you want to go to the Bernabeu and put in a good performance, say, that's the kind of game that I want to play and win. So I think something that you make your fans proud as a player also is always a special game to play at every like that. So I think they will try to go and Bernabeu on Sunday and give 100% and win the game. Before we go and let you warm up Pablo, I think I know where he is. Are you in prather Santa Ana? Oh, Pablo. Hello. Yes. Yes. Yes. I think so. I don't know my face. I don't know my dream. I don't know Madrid as good as you, Dan. Down to the theater. About 5, 500 meter walk. Okay. Shares karaoke laser bar. That's where you want to go. There he is. I need you guys. I need you guys. I need you guys. Pablo, thank you very much. Just a reminder,.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Did you did the stats guy give you that? Or did you know it? Did you know these tasks going? No. No, I have to watch. I had to watch so many games. But I used to watch all the goals going in from everyone else's games as well. 53. I've seen every single goal. All right, ally. I don't know if you guys saw, but in the Barcelona Napoli game Ferran Torres and you could see did not have one pictures after his penalty, the logo. The sponsor of the Barcelona badge on the shirt. It looked like a replica that you made by unlock grand less. But at the beginning of the game, it seemed that he did. Okay. So lots of talk about this on Twitter and social media. Did any one of the guys experience a weird clothing malfunction during a game like Ferran Torres, whose shirt was missing Barcelona's badge? Well, I've had ripped shorts and one point or another. I've had the advertising. I think it was a rainy game or whatever it may have been. I'm not certain, but I could feel that something was holding me back. You know, quickness was not my strength. I thought, man, I'm especially sorry. Man, that was a good feeling there because let's be honest, you don't get especially slow today. Well, it turns out that the advertisement was coming off and the uniform and I could feel like the wind I'm telling you. I was moving. I was motoring. You does sitting there, trying to be honest. It was flapping. And that was slower than you do. I'm like a Formula One car. Every detail had to be taken care of. Second did you ever have it? Do you ever have to wear another player's number or anything? No. I've never had north never had those issues. Well, no. You did have the baggy. Goalkeeping Jersey said quite stylish. I was a little bit fussy. Did you ever have anything like this? I've.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The world. And the ending is going to be like that. But by no money for Barcelona and hopefully another club is going to hire him and hopefully he's going to get better as Weiss. But it's a real disappointment. If it's not a mess, it's really because the talent is definitely here, but as we all judge players, the consistency make the difference. And that's a like. Ali from the outside looking in, you think right? Okay, I've got 6 months now to the end of this season to prove myself to other suitors that I still got it. Will you have the opportunity to show that, though, under chavvy? I think now, Barcelona has no choice, but to play the player and put him out of there because they don't have all that many options in the attack. And so if indeed, you get the best version of them belly because he is showcasing himself to everybody else. He is showing himself to everybody else. Well, if that means that his Barcelona is going to benefit for the next 6 months, then so be it. I think you'd take that and you hope that you can get the very best from the player. Now it's gonna be incredibly frustrating for about its own offense and Barcelona as a whole, then now of a sudden you see them Bailey, step over people, getting around people, scoring a goal, doing it with consistency and you're kind of saying to yourself, one, okay, how come this wasn't happening before? And two, if we thought that this was going to happen, how come we didn't get this guy signed before? Either way, I don't think Barcelona wins, but the one thing that they will benefit from is getting into the top four and we establish that they're desperate to do whatever it takes in order to get in that sort of position..

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The starting 11 than in. I think again, that's a lot of expectation. It's a lot of pressure for such a young player who goes back home as well with the extra pressure that means too. So be very interesting to see, I don't expect him to start tomorrow because he's highly trained and maybe coming off the bench and even that I would not take the risk, but certainly I think once he's ready to start and play and play regularly where they play wide or as a force number 9 or even as a normal number 9, if you believe that pep has changed him into a proper striker now, it's a very interesting to see how he cope with all that pressure and extra expectations. Ian, you've been on the call for plenty of classics in your day. This one, especially interesting because both teams seem to be heading in opposite directions. Yeah, they do. Shaq has said the gap 17 points between them and here's a statistic really that sums it all up that benzene R and Vinicius junior have scored more goals between them than the whole of the Barcelona team. I mean, they've really, they've really missed Messi. They're good at keeping possession as Barcelona teams always have been, but they do look a little bit punchless. And it's costing them in games. It cost them again at the weekend against Granada. They looked in control of it. They lost control of it in the last 5 minutes or so and conceded an equalizer. And that's kind of been the way it is. I kind of disagree with the other guys. I think, you know, this is a classic though, both these teams will be playing this at full throttle. I think Real Madrid will feel the team more or less the beat Valencia four one at the weekend. They will not want to give Barcelona any kind of a break, though I do accept. Yeah, it is a slightly bigger game for Barcelona dragging is right. It could be a turning point. He's got a lot of people getting fit again, but they.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"To look to you. I'm just asking what he was saying. Have you seen the video of him in his kids? Not Luke de young Messi. Messing with boys playing soccer in the lounge. No. The pressure on those boys. Growing up. Imagine if they play like me. They're gonna be okay. Come on, don't push, boys. What you think about messaging I don't know how at least they can run in a straight line. I can run at a straight line. Show off in front of everyone. I have my dose. George show up in front of gab? I was just going to say, look, I think at some point, this is my bold prediction. There will be an audit. At some point, the truth will come out. Because it was just thinking about this the other day, right? Messy left because his contract expired, and they couldn't afford to resign them. And we've heard so many nonsense nonsense and rumors. He couldn't have done this couldn't have done that. They found the money to pay sells drug well. Right? And they couldn't and messy couldn't have stayed. Something still doesn't add up. In the whole fact that he's a pirate sizer man. And this could be a very different situation for Barcelona this season. And again, I don't know what the truth is, but I'm sure there's a lot of Barcelona fans out there who aren't satisfied, who aren't happy and who I think are going to are going to hold the to account to figure out exactly what happened. This needs to be like a new series. My cotti investigator. I think he's blooming Luka young again. Yeah, so. Indirectly. I thought so. Okay, Barcelona, of course, now in the Europa League, can they beat West Ham shack? That's a good question. West Sam Barcelona played tomorrow. Who are you having? West Ham? We just made light work of Chelsea. Well, very true. Yes. Yeah. Okay. That's how you're bringing. A few minutes earlier on the show, you're like, you talk about how well, well, Chelsea, you know, two of the goals. What was the bad mistake? The other one was unlucky. All this stuff. And now you're making light work of Chelsea, you know? That's what you get for listening to me. After you have in West Ham Barcelona face off..

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"For now, and the future. And it hasn't been all that great. I spent rubbish. And so people will say, no, no, but the feeling, the feeling of Barcelona is better. Well, I don't care about feelings. Not only about Barcelona, but in life in general, well we know that, right? But I don't care about feelings. This whole feeling that you know and Barcelona is great. That doesn't translate to results on the field. And that's what truly matters. And what we see from Barcelona war, we saw against Betty and when we saw against biomech today, it is no different than what we saw from Barcelona early on in La Liga. This season would run on an early on against Bayern Munich. They did not belong back then on the field by building, and they do not belong with bio Munich now either. There is no change here. I don't care again. Your feelings, you can keep them to yourself. How about winning on the field, producing results? That's not happening, and I don't think it's happened anytime soon, because of characters, it's not going to change. What are you looking at, shank? The first thing that struck me is whenever whenever you see boss or in a plea and I watched him and I was like, I'm surprised that they got to 30 minutes without conceding. Because Boston has simply been that bad at the back. And then album himself I was looking to see how earlier on it is 30 minutes. I mean, as bad a defense as you will see in the top level of football city and in this game, know all of a sudden has gotten a whole lot worse. And again, you questioning where the solutions come from for Barcelona and again, you're scratching your head. But imagine the low bar now for Barcelona to where when you see them out on the field, one of the things that you would suggest that perhaps shabby has improved somewhat is, well, there's structure to this theme. See the lines of defending. They're defending together in their own half. Barcelona, oh, look how well they're defending in their own half, because they have organization. Organization is now something that you highlight for Barcelona, because you're trying to find something. Your desperate to find something positive, there's nothing positive right now. No, quite the opposite, of course, by Munich, who finished top of the table, absolutely flying. Meanwhile, on top of the table, was at stake in group H, and we saw in the early games, didn't we? Juventus.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:52 min | 8 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He's not a trainer with an experience. He hasn't been a coach in a main team. Yes, he's got his success in the Qatar's main team. I think it's a good choice for Barcelona now, because they need someone who has everyone's credit and Ronald kuman, he might have it from some part of Barcelona but not from the other. So we need the Barcelona a coach that has the patience, the credit of most of everyone, so he can work because even some bars are on a funds can not understand that. This club is under construction. They need some time to rebuild and they need some patients. So that's what chubby here he understand the way of playing he understand the way of supporters needs what the stunts need. So that's why probably chubby is the best choice. I think probably for him and for the club, maybe this rushing coming in is not the best choice, but it's what happened. The common story was over. There was no patience anymore. We saw that awful pictures after the classical with some funds getting into Ronald kuman games. So there was something to do about that. And that was the time to do it. Take essentially locker room, ally. Is it just a case that they can breathe a little bit now that the pressure is off? Certainly, for the next couple of matches, because kumin has gone. Yeah, you're not being asked that question. The question after every match that they lost or every matching, which they were not successful, and every match in which they came up short was, well, what's going to happen? You don't have to answer that question any longer. So yes, those give you a chance to breathe. It does give you some freedom. And it does give you a chance to go okay. All right. Let's press that reset button. Let's sort of get a fresh start if we can. But that doesn't resolve the issues. That is essentially a short term fix. This is a bandy. And those positive feelings for the players in that now they don't have to answer questions about Ronald kuhlman. That would last just a couple of games. Then after that, we're going to see again some of the struggles, so Barcelona. So I will not be surprised if Barcelona comes out this weekend and they look great. Yeah. And they're moving the ball around. Hey, look at them. Or indeed against alabaster. They find themselves in a position which now, all of us under creating chances. And they're scoring goals and you're thinking, well, this is what we needed all along. Not quite. There may be a couple games for Barcelona looks good. But then can they sustain it? And that's a question that the players. Never mind set you about one. But the players are going to have to answer. What's the goal saying? Have whoever comes in and takes over? Is it top four? Is it that simple? That's actually a very good question. I honestly don't know how high the bar will be set. I don't think there will be an expectation to win anything. Maybe there will be a feeling that perhaps if things go very well, you could win the couple. I think you're right that top four isn't absolute minimum for Barcelona. And that by the way is problematic. Because if you look at the league table right now, Barcelona are currently 9 points behind but I also do that now. That's the team that's top of the table. So you might say, well, so what? I'll tell you what. So what? If you're talking about finished in the top four, you've got Real Madrid, severe and athletic com Madrid. You've got to think you're competing with to finish in the top four with those three. But now you've got the house of your dad as a fourth team. And they're already got a 9 point head start on you. So that itself is problematic for Boston. So I think you're right. I think in terms of the target, the target is start to play well, get some continuity, change the environment, the atmosphere at the club. And yes, get fourth place as an absolute bare minimum..

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"barcelona" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

04:18 min | 9 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

"Three barcelona three levante zero Real betis to hitaf eight zero and on monday. Twenty seven september celta-vigo one granada zero so after messy seven. Lita creole madrid. Sitting on tablet seven points creo sodden second with sixteen seventy s in third with fourteen athletico madrid fourth also with fourteen royalva. Khanna is in fifth with thirteen points barcelona's sitting in six right now with twelve points. Bottom of the table in seventeenth. You got live onto with four points. Eighteen thousand nine hundred. You have granada and others bolt sitting with three points and then in last place with zero points on the season you have hitachi okay. Moving on to the premier league well first off let me talk about barcelona and row matured so both these teams are in bed. Sheep right now Last i heard komen. Is you know some of the players are supporting him. The players not and there's the possibility that he won't have a job by mid month to month. I'm talking about the middle of october I don't wanna see you know. The club lives and dies with lino messy but the club is not not doing well sitting in sixth place. Yes they're only five points out of first place seasons still early but they just don't look good they do not look good. They're not performing well in campion's league i there's a. There's a website that i follow. It's somewhat political but they do some sports stuff to call five thirty eight nine going into the reason why they call five thirty eight but one of the things that they do cover is sports and the probability of teams advancing to certain positions or in tournaments or whatever right now barcelona in the champions league but five thirty eight dot com is predicting that barcelona is going to win the europa league. That that's that's that's tragic. That really is tragic..

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Initiative Aims to Create Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Initiative Aims to Create Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

"In the nineteen sixties. The threat of nuclear war inspired nations to negotiate an international treaty to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. Now there's a similar growing call to prevent the spread of fossil fuels today. Fossil fuels are nuclear weapons. They are what is threatening our health. Our economic future and our global security. That's a poor chair of the fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty initiative. The group is calling for nations to develop a plan to stop producing. Fossil fuels and fully transitioned to clean renewable energy more than four hundred organizations thirteen hundred academics and researchers and cities including los angeles and barcelona have endorsed the initiative. Berman says the treaty is needed because although many countries have set climate goals few of taken serious steps to halt a production a fossil fuels. Almost every single country will tell you that we can't stop producing oil gas and coal because other countries aren't so we'll be uncompetitive. She says an international treaty could help create a coordinated plan for countries to take this critical step

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Know i've been with with with with other guys in pinal boat you. You can't always get a defensive. Midfield is going to stop all the time and you have to defend us to defend right well right now. They got two problems. One cotton defended the bike and to nobody in the middle of the park that has any clue poked to stop the opposition. Getting out of the show. Listen yes ability going forward but defensively that an absolute shambles and there is no way this team anyone. This tale no john's when you look at the back ford and you put out there even with. Pk out there. Who is shutdown defender right guy. Then you say you know what he's going to win most challenges or most fifty fifty balls or he's going to win most duels. We don't see that from madison and we certainly did not see it today for many got so if he's the answer better keep on searching because based on today's evidence when we actually saw a real test when we saw a team that physically was going to challenge you men. He failed that test and he wasn't even close last word on this. You said well. I think one of the things we said about boston and last year we all focus messy but the problems of the rain. I think one of the things as well when you look at it. From a position of defensive midfield worst scheduling always plays. Well when he's on. The front foot team is stepping into tax team is pushing everybody forward and that defensive line is quite high in the press is able to maintain which i think boston. And maybe don't have the physicality to do but when secularist gets his turn back on himself. That's nothing bus owner. Have big problems. Obviously eric gothia is young enough. That perhaps you need to give it time. But you're absolutely right tonight. The defensive performance a team that didn't seem to be able to handle against athletic. Look one positive of barcelona though and he was bright spots in his debut. Dni last weekend was memphis. The pie getting his first going league and for the club in the equality of the goal in a game in which seemed like barcelona was having difficulties creating enough opportunities. This tight angle. This ball that is bouncing.

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"barcelona" Discussed on Takeline

Takeline

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on Takeline

"Welcome to another bonus episode of take line. We messy his left. Barcelona is signed with paris. Saint germain european football star His his leaving. Barcelona is an earthquake. One of the top three most iconic stars in sports. It is the end of an era to dig into this. I spoke with simon cooper his new book. The barcelona complex lionel messi in the making an unmaking of the world's greatest soccer club comes out august. Seventeenth we talk about the entire messy saga as well as how barcelona got to this point so simon. pse is recently announced the.

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Lionel Messi's Paris Saint-Germain Deal Includes Cryptocurrency Payment

Daily Tech News Show

01:41 min | 11 months ago

Lionel Messi's Paris Saint-Germain Deal Includes Cryptocurrency Payment

"Apologies to the sporting savvy out there bear with us. But for those who don't follow football. You should know its biggest star argentinian. Lionel messi just left the club. He's been with for most of his career barcelona to sign a two year contract with paris. Saint germain often referred to as ps g. And that's how we'll continue to refer to them here why you may ask. Are we telling you this. No it's not an attempt after our previous victory and interesting nate and sport during his last appearance to make him love the beautiful game it has to do with. Nfc's you see big. Sports stars get paid big money and just the welcome package that gave messy was worth twenty five to thirty million euros. I would like a welcome back like that. It included some. Ps g crypto currency. Fan tokens from socio dot com. These tokens let fans hold them. Vote on some minor decisions regarding the club. Like what song is played in the stadium during warm ups or the message. That will be on the captain's armband for example. So ceo's dot com says. The sale of the tokens has generated close to two hundred million dollars for its partner clubs this year. They've got a good half dozen or so Partner clubs and of course fans who buy them and then try to sell them for more than they paid them for them. And there's a brisk business in that trading volumes before messy signed with. Pse reached one point two billion dollars so giving messy a bunch of them gives him a volatile asset that he could potentially sell for millions. And these things are benefiting. Ps as well the ps fan token generated thirty million euros in sales this past week and it's estimated. Ps g keeps about half of that. If not more

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Lionel Messi Receives Formal PSG Two-Year Contract Offer After Barcelona Exit

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Lionel Messi Receives Formal PSG Two-Year Contract Offer After Barcelona Exit

"Talked about Messi last week, right? Lionel Messi could not signed with Barcelona because the league forget Barcelona doesn't have enough money. And so he has to go. He signed with PSG. I think Paris Saint Germain did. I think he did He did. He did two years. That team is going to be two year deal. Yeah, two year deal, but I think it's options for a third with him and killing them Boppy and Neymar. They're I mean, they're going to be

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Why Barcelona Legend Messi Is Leaving

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Why Barcelona Legend Messi Is Leaving

"Are finally going to mention what was the biggest sports story on Planet Earth this weekend. It was not anything that happened at the Olympics, and it was not anything that happened in Canton, Ohio, and it was not anything that happened on a baseball diamond near or far from you. It was and I will give new no 30 seconds to explain to everyone who doesn't already know why it's such a big deal. It was Leon l messy the greatest soccer player in the world and his tearful divorce from Barcelona, where he has made himself a legend. And I will admit new. No, I need the education on this. Tell everybody why this happened and why it is the biggest sports story on planet Earth. The simplest thing is Barcelona's finances are so messed up, um, that they can't afford them afford. Afford him. The league wouldn't allow them to sign Messi back even at a 50% discount. Um and I've tried to equate what it would truly be. It would kind of be like with Brady leaving, um, the Patriots. But if Roger Goodell said, Hey, he's not allowed to come back. That's the thing like Sometimes I read about things that happened in international soccer and European soccer in particular, and I am the first to admit, I don't know almost anything about it. I didn't grow up following it. I know enough about it to cover it for television, which I've done for years, but I don't know the ins and outs. And every now and again, things like this happened and I find myself thinking. How do they deal with this? Like what kind of system is this? If this stuff happened in American sports, we'd lose our minds like what's going on right now on the first take in

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Revenues for the next x. many years in a likely contract isn't entirely clear and whatever else but this would have meant a cash infusion. For every club it would also meant surrendering control now. All the deal was probably a good deal for a lot of spanish clubs for the biggest spanish clubs like raw madrid and barcelona or dead set against. It wouldn't have been a great deal. So part of conspiracy theory around this is that in laporte guy basically came out and said if we supported this deal we would have been able to keep messy but it would have been a really bad deal for barcelona which is why we're not doing it. It was almost as if he was using messy to justify not signing the deal or to emphasize how terrible the deal was and again. Maybe i'm reading too much into it. But it is a big layer to this because it is the league that sets the salary cap and it is the head of the leaks heaviest airbus who who is very much an adversary of journal porta barcelona so in some ways by by messy leaving. You wonder whether it's going to be like well. Is this really worth three point. Two billion dollars we want to do. We want to take another look at this too. That's a whole other this whole other element to it. So get when. I look at all of this from afar. I mean the math on this still doesn't fully make sense right because yesterday. For instance just to get back to messier point of view here. He was saying that he did everything possible. In order to stay. We know that. Barcelona wanted to keep the greatest player that they've ever had. You would think illegal wants to keep a player that brings all of that attention to their league. And i know that many people thought that because of all of that incentive that somehow some way they'd figure this out and even messy said yesterday quote. I am really sad. Because i didn't want to leave because this is the club. I love that. He says to simple game dog grew. I didn't expect this. I've never lied. I've always been honest and upfront last year. I wanted to leave this year. i did. That's why i am so sad. So why couldn't they just get this figured out. That is the mystery. And that is what please be to believe. So more.

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Olympic Latest: Bach declares Tokyo Olympics officially over

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Olympic Latest: Bach declares Tokyo Olympics officially over

"It wasn't until the final of the women's volleyball that team USA knew the top the gold medal podium after three sets to none victory over Brazil the United States at thirty nine gold medals and you go to China with thirty eight gold also came Sunday on the cycling truck Jennifer Valenti topped the podium of the women's omnium points brakes in the ring both Richard Torres of Keyshawn Davis claim silver Davis in the men's lightweight division tourism the super heavy weight category well this ideal of her third ever marathon took bronze the Americans final battle in the women's marathon he was topped the overall medal count with one hundred thirteen and it finished atop the medal standings every Summer Games since Barcelona in nineteen ninety two I'm John other pretty

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Golden, again: US beats France 87-82 for Tokyo title

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Golden, again: US beats France 87-82 for Tokyo title

"Team USA wins its fourth straight gold medal in men's basketball topping France eighty seven eighty two the Americans took a five point lead into the half and pushed it up with many as fourteen in the third Kevin Durant had a game high twenty nine earned his third career gold medal Jayson Tatum tacked on nineteen to lead team USA to its seventh goal in the last eight Olympics going back to the dream team's title at the ninety two games in Barcelona Rudy go barren Eric forty eight tallied sixteen apiece to pace France which won its fourth silver in men's basketball its first since the two thousand games in Sydney I'm Danny cap

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Lionel Messi to Leave Barcelona: Argentina Captain Won't Sign New Contract

ESPN FC

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Lionel Messi to Leave Barcelona: Argentina Captain Won't Sign New Contract

"Yesterday. Leonardo messy land in barcelona. We thought it was just going to be a matter of dotting. The is crossing the ts and he would renew his contract at the club. However a massive bombshell dropped today as barcelona tweeted out saying messy will not continue. This was the statement that was attached to that. Despite fc boss lane leonov messy having reached an agreement on the clinton of both parties. The sign a new contract today. This cannot happen. Because of spanish lower league regulations player registration as a result this situation messy shall not be staying on at f c barcelona both parties deeply regret the wishes of the in the club alternate ultimately not be fulfilled pepsi boscell. No wholeheartedly expresses his gratitude to the plan for his contribution to the aggrandizement club and wish is the very best for the future and his personal and professional

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La Liga Announces Agreement of €2.7 Billion Deal With CVC Partners

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

La Liga Announces Agreement of €2.7 Billion Deal With CVC Partners

"And Dan Schwartz, Um, is with us looking first at Barcelona. Maybe getting a financial lifeline. Damn, Yeah, Brian. It's because La Liga will be getting a cash infusion of €2.7 billion as league has agreed in principle to sell 10% of the newly formed company, which houses most of its business to private equity firm C. F. C. B. C Capital partners, While La Liga's executive board has okayed the deal, Brian All clubs will vote next week at a General assembly now Real Madrid and Barcelona. Obviously, the two biggest teams in La Liga could both get over €250 million as each as part of the deal, which would of course help offset severe covid 19 financial

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An Interview With David Peters, Three-Time WSOP Bracelet Winner

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

02:57 min | 11 months ago

An Interview With David Peters, Three-Time WSOP Bracelet Winner

"David peters. How're you doing. Great how are you. i'm good. i'm good i guess. I want to have on a longtime known a long time. I was looking back at the in two thousand seven hamas. When you're first ever trips we shared a cab from the atlantis. Slow airport the atlanta's it's a long drive. I remember you there. You're from ohio michigan report around the same time kind of similar while almost a similar trajectory. Kinda gone result. You're you're a different stratosphere poker but we kinda came up around the same time maybe tell a little bit about yourself who you are. What got you into poker. Moneymakers two thousand three year. How did how did you get interested in. What kind of hooked you into this game I was in high school just watching the first year was like i think it was. Before moneymaker. i think it was like Wpa events are coning and kind of took that money in start paying five dollars. It goes just kind of go from there and this and and what were your parents saying around this time your friends family like were they were friends. Playing poker was just like a video game. You your parents see all you're playing something like whatever. Small stakes like free rolls. Don't really think much of it or they don't do this or encouraging you. What was it. Goes their feedback on a poker clung. Yeah they've always been like supportive the Kind of know whatever. Whatever i wanted to wanted to his house taking it seriously either. They've always been supportive encouraging of the of me to play on i think they were They're trying to say that needed to get a job and stuff like that early on like you in high school and i was kind of at this point. I'd started doing well and i was showing them that. Hey i can make more money doing this than getting a job or some job. Whatever so there were a little hesitant about that poland's Doing well they know they're they're onboard. Ad says cool. It's nice when you have the early success. I do see your underhanded and mob. Your first ever result was a final table. Was that your first ever tournament or did you play a couple of not cash. Because i i say this. Ninety five plus percent guests on your first ever score was a final table. I kind of wonder. If they're like gets people hooked. They're just kind of like what would be different if it wasn't but yet talking about that experience and it looks like you were over in spain. So what will bring there was the satellite. How did you get over there. I for your first flagg. I cash out so that was a that was an online tournament star in them in the the final forty five finished in barcelona so that was like a really cool cool experience at the most. Like one of my one of my. I like traveling poker trips. I guess those exciting playing a big live like that and then making my first big foul table. What's the

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What Separates Peru From the Rest of South America?

Travel with Rick Steves

02:17 min | 11 months ago

What Separates Peru From the Rest of South America?

"With rick steves with an insider look at how peru stands out from the rest of south america. It's where author and journalist. Marie arana grew up before her bicultural family moved to the us. She writes about her identity in her book. American teacup read. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much. Rik good to be here. I'm just really excited for you to be my tour guide because is country. I know very little about before we get into this discussion about the people of peru. Just give us a quick one paragraph description of your homeland you know for a country that's the size of roughly the size of california not much bigger. It's an astonishing place because it has just every kind of land form you can imagine. Rick it has the coast it has the desert it has the jungle it has the mountain has the planes. It has all of that and if you fly over peru this is amazing to me you go from one land form to another land form just in the course of a few seconds. It's it's really astonishing place geographically when you compare peru to the other south american countries. How would the people of peru see themselves Compared to the countries that surround them. Well you know we are an andean nation and the andean nations are of course colombia and ecuador and bolivia these are the the spine of the andes of course runs through the whole continent. But we are. We call ourselves and ian people because we are a mix honesty so mix of indigenous and white and black in a very different proportion. Shall we say to. The people of venezuela which are are less india less indigenous more more black and the colombians as well which has a much larger population of blacks than we do improve we do have afro peruvian along the coast who have been there for hundreds and hundreds of years but we are distinguished. I think by our indian ness. And i think that you know the people of argentina. The people of that people are why they come. They come up to peru and they're they're struck by the truly indian culture that we have okay so when you say

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Europe on Vacation, but Vaccinations Not Taking a Break

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Europe on Vacation, but Vaccinations Not Taking a Break

"As holiday makers prepare to hit the beaches around Europe government efforts to inoculate I'm not taking a break from the sun kissed beaches of France to the crystal clear waters on its easy traffic case health authorities are trying to make a cabin nineteen sought as much a part of this summer the sunscreen and shades for those who are not yet fully vaccinated this is the sound of mine gets a job at a vaccination happens to be Chino and pulls with some vodka California tourists traveling to Barcelona from mine says it's a responsible thing to do is be vaccinated because we must to travel but also we hope it'll help other people get to possible method to maintain momentum in campaigns to protect against the pandemic that has killed more than one million across the continents including in the European Union the United Kingdom and Russia Karen Thomas London

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Lionel Messi Reaches New Deal With Barcelona, Agrees to Pay Cut

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Lionel Messi Reaches New Deal With Barcelona, Agrees to Pay Cut

"Have agreed to a new five year contract as a 34 year old superstar was technically a free agent since July, 1st Messi will reportedly take around a 50% pay cut to remain in the Catalan capital coming off a five year deal that paid over $600 million messy, expressed the desire to leave camp No last summer after 20 years but was denied before Barsa voted in a new team President John Laporta, who Messi has had a close relationship with Reigning US Open winner John

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Marcus Rashford on 'Verge of Tears' Over Positive Response After Mural Vandalism

ESPN FC

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Marcus Rashford on 'Verge of Tears' Over Positive Response After Mural Vandalism

"After marcus rush. Muriel in manchester was defaced. With racist graffiti funds came out in false with messages of love which covered up the graffiti. Russia himself said that the community supported led him to the verge of tears. It's also since been repaired and the messages surrounding his face remained.

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"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"barcelona" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And laliga. This is the one player that you can still just put out there in terms of your product on this date and get the attention from the world if you look around the league that one name that stands out as the guy who really is a flagbearer for both but it's on leaguer is lionel messi and so therefore while i understand the have your was won't look the other way he knew full. Well that in tugging indoor salon and saying hey you gotta make the numbers work. He's also saying guys really. We have to make the numbers for both of us. It's important for both of us. Not just you. Barcelona four league and the product that we're trying to sell around the world so to me. There was never a dowd that somehow they were going to get to an end result and at the end result was going to be one outcome. That was a positive for the lone league and that is invested to continue on and say a five year contract this to happen stevie certainly for now that takes him thirty nine does it matter because it's all messy is probably again to do since talking about with the money but then you know the messy wants to say there because we did and it could just walked away and so he. He's absolutely number one. Laliga a huge favor. But he's doing a bigger favorite barcelona because without massey bacelona as seen it becomes a different in the eyes of the world is a defines us at different team. No without messy. You know. the lakes superior dri must be delighted. That mess is gonna stay because he could be the next messy and he could be the next answer for barcelona to bring money and and to be able to sign big name players as well if they can they can figure out the financial situations or messy steering is obsolete huge. Even talking about what happens on the field yet. Oh well let's talk about what happens on the failed. We only need to look to the copper america and everything he did on cost to.

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Chef Kelly English on His New Orleans Influences

flavors unknown podcast

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Chef Kelly English on His New Orleans Influences

"Welcome chef to Flavors unknown really excited to have you on the show today. Well thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here. Thank you so. Let's just dive into it. So you grew up in new orleans. You are china from from yawning. So why kind of food free unswayed you exposed to. When you kid you know new orleans is such a unique and special food town. It's easy when you're growing up in a place like that to kind of take it for granted and so when i was growing up we we ate a lot of family meals. We ate at my grandparents house a lot and it was really leaving new orleans that made me realize how special food wise and and how how unique you know. The places i grew up was in the things That i knew what they taste like or were kind of like the backbone of the way that we eat. I went to college in mississippi at ole miss and it was getting there that i realized like man miss some of these things and then moved to spain first semester in college and there are a lot of common threads that i saw in the in barcelona over there that reminded me of new orleans and kind of spark a new. A new thing in me that made me want to do this for a living so it was kind of those very different approaches but but also very similar connections in the way that they treat food in the reverend's that they pay to that. That made me say okay

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Lionel Messi's Contract Expires, but Barcelona Remain Confident in Extension

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Lionel Messi's Contract Expires, but Barcelona Remain Confident in Extension

"Brian Lee. Now Messi has officially become a free agent. Reports say that an agreement of sources in place with Cam no. Just making sure the details work for La Liga and the tax office. The 34 year old is coming off a four year contract that reportedly paid the super sent over €500 million Sources say the new contract would be for two years with Messi then heading to play in the U. S before returning to Barcelona with a back

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John McAfee Dies by Suspected Suicide in Spanish Jail Cell

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

John McAfee Dies by Suspected Suicide in Spanish Jail Cell

"Was found in his jail cell near Barcelona yesterday, hours before 75 year old John McAfee was found a Spanish court Had approved his extradition to the US to face tax charges punishable by decades in prison. This week, the U. S Supreme Court struck down a California regulation that allowed farm workers to meet with

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John McAfee Dies by Suicide in His Jail Cell

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

John McAfee Dies by Suicide in His Jail Cell

"The McAfee Antivirus software, was found dead in his jail cell near Barcelona in an apparent suicide today, hours after a Spanish court approved the extradition of the 75 year olds in the United States. To face tax charges in Tennessee, punishable by up to decades in prison. This is a P

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