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  1. Hi @kunkun - I'd be interested. I can send proof of ratio on two other private trackers if needed. Thanks for doing this!
  2. Would love the opportunity for this account. I have and am looking for older foreign films, which I'd love to share and continue to acquire.
  3. Hey @godfader4 - would love an HD-torrents invite happy to provide ratio etc on other private trackers
  4. The early Champions League eliminations of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid are disappointing in a sporting sense and also in a financial sense. The losses in the last 16 could see the two capital city sides miss out on up to 45 million euros. Last year, for example, Real Madrid earned 85.5m euros from their triumph in the tournament, while they took in 86m euros the season previously. In that same 2016/17 season, Atletico Madrid collected around 67m euros for reaching the semi-finals, where they lost to Los Blancos. The economic situation has changed this year and the prize money has gone up, with the amount for the winner up to around 115m euros. Having gone out so early, Real Madrid are set to earn around 70m euros for this season's efforts, while Atletico Madrid are to earn around 67m euros. The exact figures won't be known until later as there are a number of variables involved, but it's likely that the two Spanish sides will take in around 45m euros less than the winning team.
  5. As Liverpool prepare for their latest Champions League adventure in Munich tonight, the troubled career of their former goalkeeper Loris Karius shows no sign of improvement. A year ago, Karius was part of the Liverpool line-up easing past Porto in the last 16 of Europe’s premier competition. Now it has emerged the keeper is in dispute with his current team Besiktas, his agent contacting FIFA claiming he has four months worth of unpaid wages outstanding by the Turkish club. Karius signed a two-year loan deal with the Turks last summer, hoping to revive his career after the calamitous Champions League final when he made two extraordinary errors in Liverpool’s 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid. Unfortunately, his form has not been good. He has been heavily criticised by supporters, and last week his manager Senol Gunes said he was only picking him because there is no alternative, claiming Karius ‘lacks motivation’. Now it has emerged Karius’ agent contacted FIFA last month to complain the 25-year-old is owed around £1 million in wages. There is anticipation the world governing body will intervene. The goalkeeper finds himself isolated in Turkey, Liverpool aware of his predicament but with no plans to cut short his loan spell, hoping matters will be resolved. Besiktas’ coach, however, has not held back in his criticism. "Karius has gone a bit stagnant, something is wrong with his electricity, motivation, enthusiasm for the game,” said Gunes. "He does not really feel a part of the team. "It's something we haven't been able to work out and, of course, I am partly to blame for this.” A FIFA spokesman confirmed they are investigating the complaint from Karius. “We can confirm that we have received a claim from the player Loris Karius against the club Besiktas,” said a FIFA spokesman. “The matter is currently being investigated and consequently we cannot provide any further comments.” Telegraph Sport approached Besiktas for comment but did not reply.
  6. Winning the CL with Juve to swing it for Ronaldo? I’m not trying to open up the impossible debate about Messi vs Ronaldo, but for those that do love to compare the two, would Ronaldo winning the Champions League with Juventus be the thing that would swing voters in his favour? Long way to go etc, but it would be a bit bananas. For what it’s worth I think they represent the two wonderful types footballers. Messi is born with it and plays like he’s five years old (seriously, watch his childhood videos on YouTube, the moves are the same). He’s got a smile on his face and loves it. Ronaldo is at the limits of every aspect physically and is a product of amazing dedication and hard work. He obviously had talent too but he wasn’t born to be this Ronaldo, his sheer bloody mindedness turned him into the man he wanted to be. Tonight I think he can take a f**king bow. Marvellous footballer.
  7. Real Madrid’s 4-1 win at Real Valladolid on Sunday was a welcome return to winning ways for the outgoing European champions, but it was never likely to save Santi Solari’s job. The Argentine’s cards were marked after three disastrous home defeats in the space of six days ensured there would be no additions to Los Blancos’ well-stocked trophy room this season. Losing twice at home to eternal rivals Barcelona was bad enough, but the 4-1 capitulation against Ajax that brought Madrid’s recent European domination to an end was the final straw. Decisive action was required from the club’s hierarchy to appease the mutinous fans, and Solari – who continued to have the air of an interim manager despite being on a permanent contract – was always going to be first in line to take the fall. While it was expected that a certain former manager would return to take the reins at the Bernabéu, it was a surprise when it turned out to be Zinedine Zidane and not José Mourinho. Not even ten months have passed since Zidane shocked Madrid president Florentino Pérez by walking out just days after delivering the club’s third consecutive Champions League title. Though he has not been away long, an awful lot has gone down at the Bernabéu in his absence, including the controversial appointment and ignominious departure of Julen Lopetegui, and the sale of record goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus. Given his record of success at the club and his standing among the fans and players, it is easy to see why Pérez wanted Zidane back. But it is less obvious to see the appeal for Zidane. Having gone out on a high, why would he want to go back and potentially tarnish his near-perfect record? This will be the first season of his managerial career that won’t end with him lifting the Champions League trophy. The Frenchman said that he came back because the call for help came from the club he loves, and he felt compelled to answer. But that probably doesn’t paint the full picture. There must have been a greater motivation for him to go back and risk his flawless reputation. Perhaps there is a feeling of unfinished business. Throughout his time in charge, Zidane was given very little backing by Pérez in the transfer market. His hugely talented squad was inherited from previous managers. Maybe now, with the squad ripe for an overhaul, he fancies the opportunity to build his own group of players? It is unlikely he would have returned to the club without the promise of money being spent in the transfer market. At his unveiling, Zidane denied that Pérez had given him any promises of investment in the squad, but he did repeatedly emphasise the need for changes at the club ahead of next season. The squad has been in need of renovation for some time, and Pérez may have belatedly woken up to that fact. In recent years he seemed more concerned with refurbishing the stadium than the squad, but dwindling attendances and poor performances in all competitions may have refocused his mind. Some big names will surely leave this summer. Gareth Bale, Luka Modrić and Karim Benzema are all likely to depart, and the futures of Isco and Marcelo are far from secure. Anyone who leaves will need to be replaced, and the marquee signing that failed to materialise in the wake of Ronaldo’s departure cannot be postponed any longer. Being charged with rebuilding the squad is a great opportunity for Zidane, but it is also a huge challenge, and one that he hasn’t experienced before. In his previous successful spell in charge, he took a group of players who already knew each other and the club, and got the best out of them by instilling confidence and fostering a great team spirit. Integrating new players and getting a squad to gel is different art altogether, which can take time to bear fruit – and Madrid’s fans and board are not famed for their patience. When he took over from Rafa Benítez in January 2016, he found a squad in far better shape than the one he has now. He had a raft of world-class talent at the peak of their powers. Now, those powers are on the wane for much of the squad, and the greatest talent of all is no longer at the club. This is a problem for Zidane. He was not the most flexible tactician in his last spell at the Bernabéu, and his set-up was designed to get the best out of Ronaldo. With Ronaldo gone, he will have to devise a new way of playing to get the best out of his team. Securing Zidane’s return is a coup for Pérez, and the return of a legend has brought some much-needed positivity back to a club that has endured an uncharacteristically muddled time of late. But Zidane’s return doesn’t guarantee a return to success. There is still a huge amount of work to be done to bring Madrid back to the top of the tree. Appointing Zidane last time round was a gamble that paid off massively for Pérez. Now he is gambling on lightning striking twice – and the odds on that happening are far longer.
  8. Philippe Coutinho has fuelled speculation that he could leave Barcelona in the summer by admitting “you never know what the future holds.” Rumours were rife in the January transfer window that Manchester United were interested in taking Coutinho to Old Trafford following the Brazilian’s mixed start to life at the Camp Nou. That speculation has persisted since with Sunday Mirror claiming that the 26-year-old ‘has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Manchester United’. However, the Independent reported only a couple of days later that United will ‘press ahead’ with an £80million move for England international Sancho as the winger ‘fits the profile’ of player they are looking for. It is believed that the club are not looking to ‘prioritise’ Coutinho’s position and want to focus their efforts on players that can play further up the pitch, like Sancho. The Brazilian scored in Barca’s 5-1 victory over Lyon on Wednesday night, which was his first goal since January. Coutinho, though, seemed to refuse to rule out a summer move despite receiving the backing of several of his Barcelona team-mates after being jeered over the weekend. “In the last few weeks, months even, I’ve not been playing well,” Coutinho said. “But I still want to improve. “I came to Barcelona to give my best. I live for the moment. You never know what the future holds. I am happy with my performance today.”
  9. Robert Lewandowski has criticised Bayern Munich’s tactics during their 3-1 loss to Liverpool at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday. Sadio Mane’s brilliant opener was cancelled out by Joel Matip’s own goal before half-time but Virgil Van Dijk’s first Champions League goal for the club meant Bayern then had to score two more. Mane converted a far-post diving header late on. The result means Liverpool progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after the first leg at Anfield ended goalless. “Of course, we knew it would be a tough game,” Lewandowski told Viasport. “But in both games I think we played too defensive. ‘We didn’t try to push forward to create situations – in the first game and today. ‘We didn’t risk much, we were playing at home it was our game but that’s why I think Liverpool beat us. “We were playing too deep, we didn’t take risks, I don’t know why. “We tried to push Liverpool but offensively sometimes it was two against four players and that’s why we didn’t do much. “I have a lot of duels today, it was very difficult because I was alone. “If you are alone against two or three good players it’s very difficult to play.”
  10. Gareth Southgate says there is “no way” he would walk away from the England job before Euro 2020. Handed the reins – initially on a temporary basis – after Sam Allardyce’s abrupt exit in September 2016, the 48-year-old has flourished as manager of the Three Lions. Southgate led England to the World Cup semi-finals last year and has another crack at silverware to look forward to this summer in the inaugural Nations League finals – success that led to links to Manchester United at the start of the year. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now set to take that job but the former defender says he would not have moved to Old Trafford anyway with such an exciting year or so on the horizon and having signed a deal until 2022 in October. “Well, first and foremost, I love the job I’m in,” Southgate said when that link to United was mentioned. “I’m proud to be England manager. We’ve got a second semi-final coming this summer and a Euros at home – well, I say at home, the group stage is at home – so there is no way I’d be walking away from this. “After those Euros, people might want me or might not want me, here or somewhere else. “You can’t look too far ahead in football. You’re quite right, I’m contracted to 2022 – or whenever that World Cup will finish! I don’t look any further than that. “I’m sure at some point in my life, I’ll want to go back to club football because people will say, ‘oh well he did OK as an international manager, but he didn’t work as a club manager’. “How could you when you step out the dressing room? What do you know, really, two years into your coaching career? “I think at this point, at some stage in the distant future, I would want to do that, but I actually don’t know, because there might be something else more important in my life and I might be doing something completely different, I think it’s too hard. “I’ve never quite understood in this game, people who have a coaching plan or a plan of where they want to go because I didn’t expect to be manager of Middlesbrough two days before I got offered it. “I didn’t expect to be England senior manager six hours before I was offered it. “How do you ever plot and predict where you stand and where you sit in the pecking order of jobs that might or might not be available? “I think I just enjoy the role I’m in and try and fulfil that to the best of my ability.”
  11. Real Madrid have agreed to sign defender Eder Militao from Porto at the end of the season for his buy-out clause of 50m euros (£42.7m). Both clubs announced the move on Thursday and the Spanish club say the 21-year-old Brazil international will sign a contract until 2025 with them. The centre-back is Real Madrid's first signing following the return of Zinedine Zidane as manager. Militao was signed by Porto from Sao Paulo in August 2018. He has made 34 appearances this season and helped Portuguese champions into the Champions League quarter-finals.
  12. Birmingham City and Aston Villa have both been charged by the Football Association for failing to control their players during Sunday's Championship match. A melee involving players from both teams occurred in the fifth minute after Blues midfielder Maikel Kieftenbeld fouled Jack Grealish. Villa captain Grealish was attacked by a Birmingham fan in the 10th minute before scoring the game's only goal. The clubs have until Monday to respond. Dutchman Kieftenbeld was booked for his late challenge on Grealish, which set the tone for a heated derby match at St Andrew's. Grealish was subsequently attacked by Paul Mitchell, who ran on to the pitch and hit the Villa midfielder from behind. Mitchell, of Rubery, Worcestershire, was jailed for 14 weeks on Mondayafter admitting assault and encroachment on to the pitch. He was also ordered to pay £350 in fines and costs and has been banned from attending any football matches in the UK for 10 years.
  13. For the first time in 10 seasons, four teams from one country will compete in the last eight of the Champions League. Liverpool's victory over Bayern Munich in the last 16 means England will now provide 50% of the quarter-final teams in Europe's top club competition, with Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham the other Premier League sides present. It evokes memories of the 2000s and the two successive seasons that England provided four quarter-finalists (along with six finalists in five years and two winners - Liverpool in 2005 and Manchester United in 2008). But is this season's repeat a sign of England's resurgence on the biggest stage?
  14. Last year's finalists eased into the quarter-finals courtesy of two goals from forward Sadio Mane and another from defender Virgil van Dijk. "The second half was very mature," said German manager Klopp. "In the moments we did play football we immediately destroyed the organisation of Bayern. It's absolutely deserved." Liverpool's win means there are now four Premier League sides in the last eight, following victories for Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City. Barcelona, Juventus, Porto and Ajax make up the rest of the quarter-finalists. The draw takes place on Friday. Klopp added: "Whoever we get as an opponent we will take. The boys love the competition, they really dig in in these moments. "The attitude was outstanding. The front three were outstanding, the boys who came on helped a lot. "We've laid down a marker tonight that LFC is back on the top level of European football."
  15. German industrial group Siemens filed the most patent applications in Europe last year, pushing China's Huawei [HWT.UL] into second place, the European Patent Office said on Tuesday.