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Zach Lowy
Oblak: 5 years at Atleti. Juanfran: 9 years. Giménez: 6 years. Godín: 9 years. Luís: 8 years. Rodri: 6 years at Atleti’s academy. Thomas: 8 years at Atleti. Koke: 19 years. Saúl: 11 years. Costa: 9 years. Griezmann: 5 years. Brotherhoods of warriors aren’t built overnight.
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Zach Lowy 20 Feb 19
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You can give Cristiano Ronaldo €340 million in wages, you can make a laundry list of free transfers, you can build an amazing dynasty and one of the most stacked teams in Europe. But at the end of the day, whether you’re Barça, Bayern or Juve, you’ll fail to break down Atleti.
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Zach Lowy 20 Feb 19
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Guess what? Godín, Juanfran, and Filipe’s contracts end in the summer, and they’re unlikely to stay. Oblak’s future is up in the air, and it’s no guarantee Simeone (8 years at the club) stays. Bottom line: this is the last chance for this band of brothers to win it together.
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Zach Lowy 20 Feb 19
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In the celebrations for Atleti’s Europa League triumph last May, held at the Metropolitano, Atleti president Enrique Cerezo called on Atlético to win the Champions League in the Metropolitano in 2019, saying Costa will score the goal. This is a brotherhood sealed for life.
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Zach Lowy 20 Feb 19
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In contrast: Szczęsny: 2 years at Juventus De Sciglio: 2 years Chiellini: 14 years Bonucci: 8 years Alex Sandro: 4 years Bentancur: 2 years Pjanić: 3 years Matuidi: 2 years Dybala: 4 years Mandžukić: 4 years Cristiano: 1 year Allegri: 5 years Simeone: 9 years
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William Sinsky 21 Feb 19
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WHAT they literally used your "brotherhood of warriors" phrase
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Zach Lowy 20 Feb 19
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Don’t have anything to plug but if anyone wants to know more about Atleti’s story, you should follow my buddy and read his book “Hijacking La Liga: How Atlético Madrid Ended Real Madrid and Barcelona’s Duopoly on Spanish Football.”
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Marco Vidoretti💜 20 Feb 19
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Simeone has done such a great job there. Nobody wants to face his teams in the UCL. Streetfighters that can play football, mix it up so well.
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Desibogan 20 Feb 19
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The problem with Ath is I. They are still far away from the class of Munich or Real or Barca ii. Too many fouls. When they can't compete they just wither away
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Ozelin López 21 Feb 19
Replying to @ZachLowy
Atlético made 12 fouls. Juventus, 16. In the first half, numbers were 5 to 10. Your argument is moot.
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