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  • n. Plural form of Madridista.


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  • Guardiola, a former player, urged his team to enter Santiago Bernabéu stadium - with 79,500 Madridistas and 500 Catalans in the stands - and show whose skills were the better.

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  • Along with handbag stores its Madridistas chronograph function, blue dial flange together with gold seconds, the particular colours of the particular watch are stamped to set it apart, immediately recognized by genuine enthusiasts.

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  • It's like the Madridistas are resigned to their fate already.

    BBC - Ouch

  • 'It comes as little surprise that Madridistas decided to revive the reign of Florentino Perez and the Galacticos empire in the same season that the Champions League final is to be held at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

    TEAMtalk Football News

  • Madridistas do not seem all too optimistic on los Blancos 'chances of progressing ... - Articles related to David Beckham toppled by Lionel Messi as Barcelona star leads football earner charts on £570,000 ...

  • Even the midfielder Guti (a divinity among Madridistas because of his fanatical club loyalty and meticulous hair care) noted afterwards the shortage of "team ethic."

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • But Real's Gonzalo Higuain repeated the trick away to Real Vallodolid, his three adding to a Cristiano Ronaldo free kick to put the Madridistas ahead of Barca on goal difference with a 4-1 win. - Articles related to I Will Only Leave Bayern Munich For Barcelona Or Real Madrid - Franck Ribery

  • Ramos, are likely starters, and two other Madridistas will be on the bench.

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  • He received a yellow card moments later for removing his shirt but the way he celebrated his goal speaks volumes about his desire to contribute to the Madridistas!

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  • Packing a loaded gun - though some Madridistas question the packed piece - he quietly reminded the visitors that "you are only playing because of the generosity of the regime that has forgiven you for your lack of patriotism".

    The Guardian World News


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