The Spain international has laughed off suggestions that they dive, while also taking the time to praise attacking team-mates Lionel Messi and David Villa.
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I see what you mean http://youtu.be/LVtYWd5TRS4
I see you and I raise you Yaya Toure Diving http://www.youtube.com/watc... David Silva Diving http://www.youtube.com/watc... Dzeko Diving http://www.youtube.com/watc... Johnson Diving last season to win you games http://www.youtube.com/watc...
LMAO, That's All.
Those invisible beings sure kick Barcelona players a lot
I hate to say it but every team in all the top flight leagues dive, its become a cancer on the sport.
Yes but Barcelona take the cake when it comes to diving in my opinion; Busquets, Pedro and Alves being front runners for the first slice. Its sad because Barcelona are so good they shouldn't have to resort to diving at all.
Maybe there is contact, but nothing to give them a reason to roll on the floor pretending. On top of that they go after the ref demanding cards. Busquets fouls himself yet the refs give free kicks and cards to innocent players. Messi Though tends to stay on his feet for the most part. Also doesn't DEMAND cards that often unlike a few of his teammates.
Messi gets kicked, that's why he falls, not everybody acts like Busquets on the team.
Don't get me started on Alves, Fabregas and Sanchez..
Come on, Barce players get kicked all over the place. Just because Busquests and Sanchez are dirty pricks, doesn't mean they all are. Messi has once or twice taken a dive but you see the likes of Iniesta nd Xavi get kicked all over the place and get right back up whenever possible.
I never saw Xavi and Iniesta diving to be honest but I ALWAYS see them with the other first teamers besiege the ref to get opponents red cards and don't forget their theatric antics to get opponents sent off (Fabregas being the most obvious choice)
Jordi, you can't Laugh Off the truth.
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