The Messi Mambo 2020

mancity2012_eamo

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I never suggested Spaniards do not Mambo - simply pointing out, Mambo is neither Spanish nor Argentinean. Rather it seems quite obvious the joke was to use a latin dancing term that began with an 'M' without observing origin

I did not make a thing of it, just pointing out the obvious - it's a bit lazy and would've been even more apropos to use say Malambo
Mumbo jumbo more like.
 

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Does this mean Messi will stay
It means the chances of that have improved but this is only Phase 1, now the vote happens to remove Bartomeu

A positive day for Barcelona fans, the first in some time - we'll see if Phase 2 materializes to achieve what has been long overdue, ousting Bartomeu from the club

Same group who have initiated the censure against Bartomeu will then proceed to collect signatures to censure Sport & MD who continue to exercise a media blackout on the vote of no confidence
 
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I never suggested Spaniards do not Mambo - simply pointing out, Mambo is neither Spanish nor Argentinean. Rather it seems quite obvious the joke was to use a latin dancing term that began with an 'M' without observing origin

I did not make a thing of it, just pointing out the obvious - it's a bit lazy and would've been even more apropos to use say Malambo
Do oneo
 

aashayk2003

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It means the chances of that have improved but this is only Phase 1, now the vote happens to remove Bartomeu

A positive day for Barcelona fans, the first in some time - we'll see if Phase 2 materializes to achieve what has been long overdue, ousting Bartomeu from the club

Same group who have initiated the censure against Bartomeu will then proceed to collect signatures to censure Sport & MD who continue to exercise a media blackout on the vote of no confidence
Hasn't Messi said he wants to win Ballon D'or and UCL and he feels he can only do that under Pep? Considering the new board will be more sensible, won't Messi be sold ? It also seems they are really strapped on cash. I read they can't pay Setien's fees, let alone Suarez. What conditions will change for Messi to stay?
 

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