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#17897 Yannick Carrasco

Posted by GaN on 12 November 2016 - 09:15 AM

Yannick and his brother Mylan.


#15348 Ex-Atlético updates

Posted by sarnobat on 02 March 2016 - 11:57 PM

Where are they now? The Atletico Madrid XI that was relegated from La Liga in 1999-2000

#15100 Transfer rumours

Posted by Cholo on 05 February 2016 - 09:30 AM

Both Baston and Morata are 23 years old.
Baston would cost us nothing, while Morata at least €40M.

Borja scored 15 goals in Laliga this season(21app), while Alvaro has 11 goals(50app) in the last two seasons. 

Borja is Rojiblanco since he was 4, while Alvaro left us for mierdas...



Why on earth would we want Morata?

Griezmann/Baston/Vietto + Correa/Torres is more the enough IMO.

#13071 Transfer rumours

Posted by Dylanowy on 14 July 2015 - 10:51 PM

but I can't remember one save thus far where I have said, "wow."











There were more great saves but those are the best ones. You must have missed many Atleti games last season, dude. :D

#9882 UEFA Youth league (14-15)

Posted by Jimbo_With_the_Dancinshoes on 01 October 2014 - 01:20 PM

Atletico U/20 won this afternoon against Juventus' youth team, 1-0, from a goal by Roberto Nunez. We did also win our youth game against Olympiacos and are therefore nr. 1 in the group with six points.

#892 This is Atleti podcast

Posted by starvs on 24 August 2012 - 04:40 PM

I never listen to podcats because frankly, why listen to people talk when I could be listening to rap music, but I'm gonna listen this year.

#884 This is Atleti podcast

Posted by rickyam on 24 August 2012 - 02:20 PM

Hi everyone!

First of all let me praise my good friends from AtleticoFans for the excellent new forum. Loving it and enjoying it! It's so nice to read your opinions from all over the world.

For that same reason nearly two years ago I convinced Garreth Nunn from MadridAtleticos.com to start a weekly all-Atleti podcast adding AtleticoFans.com co-founder Derek Maaijen to the crew after only a couple of episodes. 47 episodes and two seasons later here we are about to start our third season and looking forward to bringing you insider information about the club on a weekly basis to complement all the great stuff you find on this site we all read and love.

Now that we enjoy this restyled forum I'm going to try to keep a thread open to listen to your feedback about the show, what and who you would like to hear, what things we do right and what we can do better. We'll strive to improve and deliver the best Atleti show and the only one in English.

Remember the podcast is availble for online listening and download as an RSS feed, on the show's site www.thisisatleti.com, and via subscription through iTunes, iVoox and other podcast portals.

Our twitter handle is @thisisatleti and you can find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ThisisAtleti

Sneak peak: for our season opener we'll have the pleasure (and honor) of having Billy Edwards the most knowledgeable guy about our cantera, and we will welcome AtleticoFans reporter Martin Rosenow and As star Atleti journalist Dani Hidalgo. Not bad as a start I'd say.

Hope to hear from you soon here.

#7982 Transfer rumours

Posted by Urban on 01 July 2014 - 09:33 AM

Im disappointed with FL attitude. I know he did great for us but he also has to remember that we bet EUR 12 mln on a horse with a broken leg.


He is fine with his contract in terms of the extended expiry date and increased salary, but the buy-out clause suddenly became an issue for him. I would not lower it by a cent! He should be a man and take responsibility for what he signed.

#7389 Transfer rumours

Posted by Kaminero on 27 May 2014 - 05:49 AM

Ohhhhh... excitement time. Always been checking the rumours so thanks a million for always keeping us up to date Kaminero

Thanks Jeronamo! Searching and posting the transfer rumours is a good way to make the work day go faster. :)

#7195 Can we win La Liga? We have now!

Posted by Kuzay on 15 May 2014 - 04:28 PM

You showed us football is not just a game but also we have many brothers in Spain. You showed us being a team is the most importand thing in this life whatever our pocket says. You told again being a family leads on in our hearts not into our bloods. 


Since years we watch all your matches live, thus, our Spanish visitors were very suprised when they saw our excitement. You put your colors in our eyes but now you are living in our hearts. 


Muchos Gracias to your support in  our bad time of #Soma


Now we understood that you are not just a team, you are a culture of friendship.


Our heart will be beaten for you, we will pray for you on your way.. Make us happy again please 


ATLETICO!!!!  GO 2 CUPS.........


Love from Türkiye...

#6974 Good Luck From London

Posted by Fulham FC Fan on 30 April 2014 - 01:36 AM

I was in Hamburg when Atletico Madrid beat Fulham in the Europa League final in 2010. Every single Spanish fan I met seemed so humble and genuine that I could never begrudge them the victory. 


Fulham are a club that have forever lived in the shadows of our local neighbours... Not unlike Atletico for the last few years. Our neighbours are Chelsea. 


I want you to know you have the backing of Fulham FC tomorrow, not only because of how brilliant your fans are, but because it would mean so much more to Atletico Madrid, than it would to a Chelsea team full of overpaid inflated egos. 


Good luck Atletico, 


Love from London! 

#4323 Loaned players monitoring

Posted by Dylanowy on 01 September 2013 - 05:29 PM

Sergio Asenjo - 90 minutes against Osasuna (Villarreal won 3-0)
Roberto Jimenez - 90 minutes against Levadiakos (Olympiakos won 5-0)
Silvio - out of club's selection against Sporting due to injury (Benfica draw 1-1)
Ruben Perez - 90 minutes and a yellow card against Almeria (Elche draw 2-2)
Saul Niguez - 90 minutes against Levante (Rayo lost 0-2)
Thomas - out of club's selection against Gijon due to suspension (Mallorca lost 0-3)
Sergio Cidoncha - out of club's selection against FC Barcelona B due to injury (Zaragoza lost 0-1)
Pedro Martin - out of club's selection against Girona due to injury (Numancia draw 2-2)
Borja Baston (Gonzalez) - 84 minutes as a starter and two goals in his debut in Deportivo against Sabadell (Deportivo won 3-0)

I must say that Borja was fantastic today. He could score more than just two goals and I wouldn't have been surprised if he had collected a double hat-trick (okay, maybe I'm overdoing but at least four goals were possible!). Nice to see that our canterano feels good in La Coruna. I hope he will show his best skills this season. He totally deserves to play in La Liga - maybe not in Atletico but in team like Villarreal or Malaga.



#18211 Álvaro Domínguez

Posted by Pantic#10 on 06 January 2017 - 07:07 PM

According to Marca, Domínguez has received a job offer from the club. It would most likely involve some scouting work under Caminero and Berta.

This is why our Atleti is an unique team, a big family.
Happy to see Alvaro back where he belongs.

#16210 Juanfran

Posted by El Colchonero on 29 May 2016 - 04:30 PM

Beautiful moment between Juanfran and the fans. Juanfran doesn't need to apologize to anyone, penalties are the ultimate crap shoot, more luck involved than anything. He's my favorite player from the core of this golden generation of Atleti players that has been with the team. Juanfran, you are an absolute legend sir, wish I could personally tell the guy how much I love him and how proud of him we are. He's a legendary, all-time great for this club, and a hero for me personally and millions more out there.

#15171 Fernando Torres

Posted by Kaminero on 13 February 2016 - 08:13 AM

#15091 Tactical changes

Posted by Wate on 04 February 2016 - 10:42 AM

On one hand it’s simply a bad clearance, but it’s actually more significant than that. When Atletico won the title two years ago, one of the most interesting features of their play was the fact there was, essentially, no such thing as a mere clearance – only the start of a counter-attack. Here, Fernandez had space, could have played a relatively simple pass to either Carrasco or Griezmann, and Atletico could have been countering immediately. As the ball was smashed away, the two forwards turned to express their dissatisfaction with the clearance. Most players in Fernandez’s situation would have done the same thing, but Atletico players cannot afford to – it undermines their gameplan.



#11847 14/15 UCL quarter-final, 1st leg: Atlético Madrid - Real Madrid

Posted by sarnobat on 14 April 2015 - 09:47 PM

I was at the Calderon.


It was a tough game against a good side. But we didn't crumble under the pressure and are still in the tie. Good work again by Simeone. If you can't win, at least don't lose.

#11259 Fernando Torres

Posted by Nick on 15 February 2015 - 02:54 PM

Went to the Nike store in Madrid last weekend, managed to get this printed onto my blank Atleti jersey! Really happy with it.



#9861 Ángel Correa

Posted by Kaminero on 29 September 2014 - 05:44 AM

Correa has started training with the ball



#2153 New owners?

Posted by Billy on 09 November 2012 - 03:32 PM

Dang it, I am one of those people who says I like Real Madrid and Atletico (I used to like RM as my fav team, but now it's Atletico)

I used to not hate Real, not anymore though... It grows on ya.

And you can be fans of both Real and Atletico.
I used to hate Real because I thought I had to, but I don't now, because I won't let something like this define me and what I can and can't do.

Hate to sound rude but someone had to say it, I sincerely hope none of you are serious. If you like Real then you can't have any idea about what it means to support Atlético. No ifs or buts about it.