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https://plus.google.com/114009657705798572138 Okafor McDonald : Champions League win my career best, says Kroos Real Madrid star Toni Kroos says winning the Champions...
Champions League win my career best, says Kroos
Real Madrid star Toni Kroos says winning the Champions League with Bayern Munich in 2013 remains the highlight of his career. The Germany international was part of Jupp Heynckes' treble-winning
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Champions League win my career best, says Kroos
Real Madrid star Toni Kroos says winning the Champions League with Bayern Munich in 2013 remains the highlight of his career. The Germany international was part of Jupp Heynckes' treble-winning team two years ago, but missed ...
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https://plus.google.com/110928938311933495792 Ayobami Olugbemi : Toni Kroos: Why I rejected Manchester United and Chelsea The German international, 25, moved to the ...
Toni Kroos: Why I rejected Manchester United and Chelsea
The German international, 25, moved to the Bernabeu last summer from Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich Manchester United and Chelsea were believed to be interested in acquiring the German's services, and according to reports, made several approaches to Bayern...
Toni Kroos: Why I rejected Manchester United and Chelsea
The German international, 25, moved to the Bernabeu last summer from Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich Manchester United and Chelsea were believed to be interested in acquiring the German's services, and according to reports,...
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https://plus.google.com/108528975067035648301 FOOTBALL x Kibow : World Cup winner Toni Kroos says he joined Real Madrid to play under manager Carlo Ancelotti and has...
World Cup winner Toni Kroos says he joined Real Madrid to play under manager Carlo Ancelotti and has revealed how the Italian told him he would make the team better. #MailOnline
Toni Kroos: I joined Real Madrid to play under Carlo Ancelotti
World Cup winner Toni Kroos says he joined Real Madrid to play under manager Carlo Ancelotti and has revealed how the Italian told him he would make the team better.
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Karim Benzema, Dani Karvajal, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Gareth Bale, Isco, James Rodriguez, Chicharito, Toni Kroos, Jesé Rodríguez, Raphaël Varane, Luka Modric, Nacho, Pepe, Marcelo, Fabio Coentrao, Illarramendi,  Sami Khedira, Alvaro Arbeloa, Di Maria, Kaka´, Xabi Alonso, Morata, Özil, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, David Beckham, Gonzalo Higuain, Raúl González, Zinedine Zidane score their first goals for Real Madrid.
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Karim Benzema, Dani Karvajal, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Gareth Bale, Isco, James Rodriguez, Chicharito, Toni Kroos, Jesé Rodríguez, Raphaël Varane, Lu...
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Toni Kroos happy with more responsible role at Real Madrid
Toni Kroos happy with more responsible role at Real Madrid
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has revealed he has more defensive responsibilities than at previous clubs, and he enjoys providing the "balance" at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
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https://plus.google.com/106788941554895818773 Footballwood : Five years ago today, Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller made their debut for Germany against Argentina #tonikroos...
Five years ago today, Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller made their debut for Germany against Argentina
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https://plus.google.com/111969559121607427686 Fieldoo : Exclusive interview with Toni Kroos: "This is why no-one was better than us"
Exclusive interview with Toni Kroos: "This is why no-one was better than us"
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Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos revealed in an exclusive interview why Germany won the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014™ and why he is acting so cool and relaxed...
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Liverpool FC Transfer Gossip: Rodgers eyes £17.5m Illarramendi and City's Jovetic, Balotelli's MLS move, Vietto keen on Anfield, Suarez's £100m offer

Liverpool FC transfer news today sees Brendan Rodgers make Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illarramendi his first choice to replace Steven Gerrard. The 24-year-old is out of favour at the Bernabéu and has been linked with return to his former club Real Sociedad. But the new reports claim the Reds have held preliminary talks with Madrid over a £17.5m deal to bring the holding midfielder to England this summer. Illarramendi looks set to be on his way out of the European champions and is behind Toni Kroos and Lucas Silva in the club’s pecking order. Boss Carlo Ancelotti has admitted the player doesn’t feature in his plans despite turning down a 15m offer from Athletic Bilbao in the January transfer window. Liverpool are on the lookout for a central midfielder to replace Gerrard, who is leaving for MLS side LA Galaxy at the end of the season. These are the players thus far linked with a move to Liverpool FC VIEW GALLERY As it happened: Transfer window deadline day for Liverpool FC Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli is on Orlando City’s radar, according to Fichajes. The MLS side are looking to add to their marquee signing of Brazil midfielder Kaka. Balotelli has struggled to establish himself at Anfield despite an upsurge in form in recent weeks. Should Balotelli leave, Liverpool are eyeing a sensational summer move for Manchester City forward Stefan Jovetic. The City star has become frustrated by his lack of regular playing time this season and following the arrival of Wilfried Bony in a £30million January move from Swansea, according to the latest reports, the striker could look for a summer move to Anfield. James Milner (right) Liverpool have told James Milner he will have to slash his wage demands if he wants to seal a summer move to Anfield. The England midfielder is out of contract at Manchester City at the end of the season and Brendan Rodgers is keen to bring in the 29-year-old on a free transfer. However, the Daily Express are reporting that Milner wants Liverpool to match the £120,000 a week wages he is on at the Etihad – something Liverpool say they are not prepared to do. Luciano Vietto Liverpool target Luciano Vietto has admitted he’s open to moving to Anfield at the end of the season. Vietto, who was a target for the Reds in the summer, ended up joining Villarreal instead and has since scored 11 goals in 22 matches. Liverpool have kept track of his progress with regular scouting missions and are reported to be lining up a £12million bid. "If these great teams come forward and make an offer we’ll see,’ he told AS about Liverpool’s interest. "The offer would first have to be very good, but it would be very good for me and good for Villarreal." Barcelona’s Luis Suarez Finally, Manchester City are considering a £100million bid to buy Luis Suarez. Suarez has come to the fore for Barcelona for the first time this season since his £75m move from Liverpool last summer. Source: http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : What went wrong in Real Madrid's 1-1 draw against Villarreal? Sometimes trying too hard can be as bad...
What went wrong in Real Madrid's 1-1 draw against Villarreal?
Sometimes trying too hard can be as bad as not trying hard enough. Against Villareal it certainly looked as if the front three were trying to force the play instead of letting the ball flow. Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karen Benzema all went for the difficult option at times when a simple pass or even a more composed finish might have brought a better outcome.  It looked as though everyone was trying to score at the slightest opportunity when there were lots of alternative options to give the ball to someone in a better position.
However, when things are going badly on the pitch and the game is screaming out for someone to put his foot on the ball and show a bit of composure, it can be very difficult not to try too hard.  Players are frequently criticised in the media - either fairly or unfairly  - for doing the wrong thing; but in games like the Villareal match I think players feel that they must take the responsibility themselves for what happens and that's usually when moves start to break down in open play.  It often looks like the simplest pass becomes a cop-out, essentially because it is a simple pass and looks as though whoever makes that pass doesn't want to accept any responsibility; therefore they just don't make the pass.  In reality, however, that simple pass might be the best option at the time.
There was a good example of this towards end of the second half when Gareth Bale had the ball on the left just outside the Villareal box and could have either taken it to the goal-line and crossed himself or alternatively just put the ball into the box from where he was at the time.  In the end he did neither, and stroked the ball to Toni Kroos who crossed instead from only a few yards away.  The question is what would have been the correct option at that particular moment?  Should Bale have taken the ball himself and looked to get inside the box to play a low cross, or gone to goal-line to fire over yet another cross which would have been eaten up by the big Villareal defence?  Was the short five yard pass to Kroos made because the German was in a better position to cross the ball into the box, or was it because in the few seconds it took for Bale to weigh things up at that particular time, the Villareal defence had covered two of the options open to him and that the pass to Kroos then became the third and most viable option?  Or was Gareth Bale trying so hard not to make a mistake at that particular moment that the easiest option was just to make a simple pass and let somebody else - in this case, Toni Kroos - put the ball in?  By the time that the pass had been made to Kroos, though, the Villareal defence had adjusted accordingly and were ready to deal with the incoming cross irrespective of the angle from which the ball was delivered.

"Tactical decisions are the coach's prerogative, Ancelotti must have felt that was the best option at the time". Emilio Butragueño)



What would have happened if Toni Kroos had himself turned away from putting the ball in and knocked it instead across towards the midfield?  Would he then have felt that he hadn't taken the responsibility himself of making the cross? Would Kroos have felt that he had ‘passed the buck' to someone else? In other words, were the team trying so hard on the night that everything just looked forced and wasted?
In general, though, with regards to whatever is the best option at the time, I don't think that in every case there is a definitive answer.  In situations where a player is through on goal and is being quickly shut down by the goalkeeper or a fast-approaching defender, the obvious pass is to a teammate in a better position.  However, when players are trying too hard they often think that to make the obvious pass will be seen as a cop-out and that's when you start to get individual personalities coming in to play.  Often, players will want to be seen to have accepted the responsibility for making the correct decision.  So instead of giving the ball to somebody in a better position, they will often think that they need to deliver the goods themselves; such as when Cristiano Ronaldo headed wide instead of directing the ball across the six-yard area where colleagues were waiting in a better position.  I don't think he was being greedy; I just think he felt that the responsibility was on him to score although on reflection it turned out to be the wrong decision at the time.
With regards to the substitution of Isco and comments thereafter from Carlo Ancelotti, the managers always see the games from a different angle to the supporters.  He will have had his reasons for making the changes when he did and this was emphasised by Emilio Butragueno, speaking on Canal Plus.

"Tactical decisions are the coach's prerogative," he said.  "Ancelotti must have felt that was the best option at the time".

It doesn't automatically mean that the support will agree with these changes though - and clearly they didn't on the night - but Ancelotti will have been looking at the game from a different viewpoint.
Butragueño also spoke about missed chances and highlighted the miss by Jesé; saying that the young striker has the type of personality that "always wants to be at the centre of things and isn't afraid to miss chances", he explained.  So if all the players have the same attitude, and all want to be at the centre of things, then is it possible that Real Madrid are just trying too hard at the moment and is this simply having the opposite effect?
The next two games are tricky ones with neither Athletic Bilbao nor Levante being easy sides to play against.  Athletic have won their last two games by 1-0 both times, firstly against Rayo Vallecano a week ago at San Mames and again at Eibar at the weekend.  Levante managed to beat Granada 2-1 a week ago but lost 4-2 at Rayo on Saturday night with former Real Madrid youngster Alberto Bueno scoring all four of Rayo's goals. It's in games like these where you are expected to win comfortably that people feel they have to accept the responsibility simply because you are expected to win.  However, sometimes trying too hard can be just as bad as not trying hard enough...
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What went wrong in Real Madrid's 1-1 draw against Villarreal? - NewZwolf.com
Sometimes trying too hard can be as bad as not trying hard enough. Against Villareal it certainly looked as if the front three were trying to force the play instead of letting the ball flow. Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karen Benzema all went for the difficult option at times when a simple pass or even a more composed finish might have brought a better outcome.  It looked as though everyone was trying to score at the slightest opportunity w...
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https://plus.google.com/109454859435250815211 Taulant Paci : Kroos: it's not my duty to attack Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, said the Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti...
Kroos: it's not my duty to attack
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, said the Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti has given him more defensive than offensive tasks. German midfielder has been less effective in the attack phase of that was transferred from Bayern to Real Madrid, but the 25-year-ol...
Kroos: it's not my duty to attack ~ Welcome To NewsUEFA ©
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, said the Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti has given him more defensive than offensive tasks. German midfielder has been less effective in the attack phase of that was transferred from Bayern to Real Madrid, but the 25-year-old says he is pleased with his central ...
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https://plus.google.com/117742396670553707028 Jon Fellipe : Kroos: It is not my duty to smite Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, said the Italian coach Carlo #Ancelotti...
Kroos: It is not my duty to smite
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, said the Italian coach Carlo #Ancelotti has given him more defensive than offensive tasks.
German midfielder has been less effective in the attack phase of that was transferred from #FCBayern to #RealMadrid, but the 25-yea...
Kroos: It is not my duty to smite
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos, said the Italian coach Carlo #Ancelotti has given him more defensive than offensive tasks. German midfielder has been less effective in the attack phase of that was transferred from #FCBayer...
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Is Not my job to attack at Real Madrid, says Kroos
Toni Kroos has insisted that he is satisfied with his more defensively-defined role at Real Madrid. The Germany international joined Madrid from Bayern Munich ahead of
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Is Not my job to attack at Real Madrid, says Kroos
Toni Kroos has insisted that he is satisfied with his more defensively-defined role at Real Madrid. The Germany international joined Madrid from Bayern Munich ahead of the 2014-15 campaign and has since developed into a key f...
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This story is funny, but hey Mr. Carles Rexach this is exactly my thoughts when Angel Di Maria was sold by #RealMadrid  to #ManchesterUnited ... And I am waiting for the day that they will sell Pepe too.
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"Florentino Perez [Madrid's president] looks at the world market and wants a team of Galacticos for everyone to admire. Do you understand what I mean?" 

"[Cristiano] Ronaldo is the flagship of the club. Perez is selling an international brand.

"Vicente del Bosque and Di Maria are too ugly for Real Madrid. They are different from Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez." - #Barcelona  assistant director of football, Carles Rexach.
Di Maria was sold by Real Madrid for being 'too ugly', claims Barcelona chief - Goal.com

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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Ángel di María "too ugly" for Real Madrid More lessons in sensible team-building from Spain. Poor Ángel...
Ángel di María "too ugly" for Real Madrid

More lessons in sensible team-building from Spain.
Poor Ángel di María. First he gets yanked off at half-time against Sunderland after 45 minutes of Bebé-esque nonsense, and now this. According to Carles Rexach, Barcelona director of football, there’s a reason that Real Madrid were willing to sell one of their best players, and it wasn’t ever such a footballing one:

Florentino Pérez looks at the world market and wants a team of Galácticos for everyone to admire. Do you understand what I mean? Ronaldo is the flagship of the club. Pérez is selling an international brand. Vicente del Bosque and Di María are too ugly for Real Madrid. They are different from Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez.

Ignore them, Ángel. We don’t care about that shallow nonsense. We like to judge a player on his personality. And his goals. His personality and goals. Mostly the goals. Score some goals, please.
Obviously, this is a quote from a Barcelona employee and as such should be liberally sprinkled with salt. But Real do have previous with this sort of thing. The decision to purchase David Beckham over Ronaldinho was explained by one member of the Madrid hierarchy, back in 2004, along similar lines:

How ugly is Ronaldinho?! There was no point buying him, it wasn’t worth it. He’s so ugly that he’d sink you as a brand. Between Ronaldinho and Beckham, I’d go for Beckham a hundred times. Just look how handsome Beckham is, the class he has, the image. The whole of Asia has fallen in love with us because of Beckham. Ronaldinho is too ugly.

If you’re reading, Florentino, a recent study for which we just happen to have misplaced the link concluded that the umlaut is the ugliest of all punctuation marks. So if you’d like to send Raphäel Varane our way …

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https://plus.google.com/106255917503376389544 Emz Canales : This story is funny, but hey Mr. Carles Rexach this is exactly my thoughts when Angel Di Maria was sold...
This story is funny, but hey Mr. Carles Rexach this is exactly my thoughts when Angel Di Maria was sold by #RealMadrid  to #ManchesterUnited ... And I am waiting for the day that they will sell Pepe too.
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"Florentino Perez [Madrid's president] looks at the world market and wants a team of Galacticos for everyone to admire. Do you understand what I mean?" 

"[Cristiano] Ronaldo is the flagship of the club. Perez is selling an international brand.

"Vicente del Bosque and Di Maria are too ugly for Real Madrid. They are different from Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez." - #Barcelona  assistant director of football, Carles Rexach.
Di Maria was sold by Real Madrid for being 'too ugly', claims Barcelona chief - Goal.com

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