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Parva Liga edition
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seriously, anon, how are you not watching Bulgaria's top division?
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I'll keep posting until you start watching
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>>89407962
according do your webm >>89407761 not even Bulgarians watch their league
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>>89408320
they're missing out
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>>89408320
Not hard to do when your federation is corrupt, your NT is shit and your clubs have no money and play in soviet era shithouses
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>>89409509
League is rigged but we still have hooligans and bombs.
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even shitty leagues have their moments. i was actually hoping to see similar type webms from other small leagues that no one watches. ill just make it a webm general next time.
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>>89412346
fine
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>>89412859
That kid is going places, and also from that match, rio ave's freekick goal was also really good
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I'll post more /wol/ goals tomorrow night if the thread is still alive.
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bulgarians, explain this
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How do I make my own webms
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>>89414131
I use this one to convert videos I download from youtube to webm
https://github.com/WebMBro/WebMConverter/releases
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>>89414131
i used video downloadhelper to get the embedded videos, then converted them to webm using this online converter:

https://video.online-convert.com/convert-to-webm

it was pretty useful for quick clips, since i could choose the the times where to cut the video, without having to use any additional editing software. also to change the pixel sizes, because 4chins wouldn't accept the originals
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>>89412859
>>89413016
>>89413468
thank you based portugal, finland and slovakia
espee's unsung heroes

>>89413898
bulgarian clubs grow big and strong by eating smaller clubs
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>>89414787
>slovakia
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>>89416348
oh fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck
it's just that slovakia has a very good record of making based posts, so i just assumed..... i should've double checked the flag. the icons need to be made bigger. my humblest apologies to slovenia.
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here's handy comparison for everyone.
slovakia is the one on the left
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Hey /wol/ long time no see
The team finally started playing well, two consecutive 3-0 wins and this weekend we're hoping for a 3rd win
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>>89423876
very nice, wish i could say the same for my team. too bad we blew a 1:0 in 92' on the last corner of the game, but hey that's life at the bottom. i accepted the fact that we were heading into relegation play-offs way before the season started.

here is a fresh highlight from the biggest match in bulgaria, CSKA vs Ludogorets that ended a little bit ago. not a bad game, decent atmosphere. felt they rigged the game to make sure it was a draw, but whatever.
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>>89424311
>best player left completely alone in the box, defenders wildly out of positions
definitely rigged after watching this replay, i don't care how shitty the ludogorets normally is. this was fucking blatant.
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>>89424311
We (Iraklis) were supposedly favorites for promotion but the season started terribly so we're left behind but the difference is not that big and if the team keeps this form then there's hope. What's the name of your team?
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Zurich are getting a new stadium just for football, after the public vote passed by 54 to 46%. Though there could still be appeals, so building most likely won't start immediately. They still expect it to be built by 2022.
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>>89424501
my team is Dunav Ruse, currently 12th. Last year, we finished 12th, just barely avoiding relegation at the last second, beating a team from 2nd League in the relegation play-out. But the year before that one, we were 4th and made it to the first round of Europa League, where we lost to Irtysh, Kazakhstan.

Translation:
1. Ludogorets
2. CSKA-Sofia
3. Levski
4. Botev (Plovdiv)
5. Beroe
6. Cherno More
7. Etar
8. Botev (Vratsa)
9. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv)
10. Slavia
11. Vitosha (Bistritsa)
12. DUNAV
13. Septemvri
14. Vereya
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>>89424901
So our relegation process is a bit complicated After another 8 rounds, the teams will be divided into top 6 and bottom 8. The bottom 8 are then further divided into two groups where they play some more round robin matches (but still starting with the same number of point earned during the regular season). The bottom two teams from each group after those matches then go on to relegation play-offs, which are tournament style 2-leg matches. The overall winner from those bottom 4 teams is safe. The overall loser is automatically relegated. The 2nd and 3rd place end up playing 1 match against the 3rd place and 2nd place teams from 2nd League, respectively. If they win, they stay. If the 2nd league team wins, they get promoted.

Again, it's awfully convoluted, and it makes so a team can literally lose every single regular season game and still avoid relegation if they just win in the play-offs, but the idea is that you reduce the number of matches where teams end up playing for nothing.
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>>89424901
>>89424926
First of all, Dunav has based colors. In Greece these things change almost every season, this year the 2nd best team will play a promotion play-off match with the 13th from the top division in a neutral ground, because the first division will be reduced to 14 teams next year. Anyway, good luck and I hope you escape relegation
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>>89416884
wtf slovenia is a quality /wol/ poster
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Man I can't be arsed to watch these webms, let alone full matches of these leagues.
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>>89425071
hey thanks! i do like our kits a lot, they tend to stand out, since way too many bulgarian teams have green as the standard color. i also like that they happen to match man city's color scheme. Hope Iraklis gets back to the top division. What place do you think you will realistically get at the end? My guess for Dunav is 11th, just barely making it again.
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>>89424901
>Levski
OH NO NO NO, I told one Bulgarian anon months ago that Stojanovic is a one season wonder but it looks like he's just a half season wonder now, it's just free fall for them now...
I hope CSKA can finish high though
>>89425110
:3 but this might be my last /wol/ thread, getting seriously sick of 4chan
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I work at a cruise ship, and when we go from Budapest down to the Black Sea, we visit ruse and vidin, and the crew always go to happy grill for lunch and I pick up a case of Zagorka. Charming place. Bit of an absolute shithole, but I like it.
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>>89425185
the webm's are pretty good. they would easily make plays of the week in a top european league as well. it's just that the other 99% of the match is complete shite. Croatia's league on average is not that far ahead of the rest of the balkan leagues. I'm sure it's slightly better, but the gap isn't nearly as big as with the national teams.
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>>89425209
I got sick of every board that I used to browse except this one.
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>>89425209
stojanovic still seems like he's doing a decent job, it's just that the players have been crap recently. It all started when their most consistent defender, Eyjolfsson, got injured. It completely threw the rest of the defense out of sync. They have other good defenders, but they have a ton of personal issues at the moment. Jablonsky is a mere shadow of what he was last year, and he's wanted for match fixing back in Czechia, while Cvetkovic is unhappy with his paychecks. Anyway, Levski are perennial fuck-ups, and they always find a way how to end their season before winter, no matter how good the start is.
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>>89425209
i actually haven't been on here for some time, but i was inspired to come back, because i saw two really awesome goals from my league, and i thought, fuck it, more people should see them too. it's tough being a player in bulgaria. shit stadiums, shit training conditions, shit fans, shit refs, shit salary, etc. But every now and then despite all of that shit, they have a flash of brilliance out of nowhere. the least i could do is give them a webm on my favorite mongolian rice farming forum.
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>>89425199
>What place do you think you will realistically get at the end?
I don't know tbqh, we started the season badly but after changing coach and some of the staff the team plays better. I hope that we get 2nd place, though promotion is still going to be a difficult thing to achieve through the play-off
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>>89425335
I just use /sp/ and pretty much only for Europa league, /wol/ and sometimes ski jumping and even that is getting tiresome
>>89425370
Sounds like a mess. I never rated Stojanovic, he's very one dimensional, once other managers expose his tactic he's finished. And when he was a manager of our NT he completely lost control of the locker room to the point where players change phone numbers so that he couldn't bother them with calls...
Do you think CSKA can still catch Ludogorets? I have a soft spot for them since their ultras have friendship with the ultras of the team I support
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>>89425532
CSKA are technically still in it, because they will have two more matches with Ludogorets and the difference right now is just 6 points. Realistically, I just don't see it happening though. Ludogorets just has too much power with the refs and within the football association in general. Even if it were a completely fair fight, Ludogorets still has the better squad. If CSKA drops a few more points here and there, it's basically over.
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>>89425532
>plus, he is a fucking gipsy cunt and a horrible human bean
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If someone could make a webm of this

https://youtu.be/iKDkp4nFJz4
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>>89425227
>bit of an absolute shithole, but i like it
sums up Bulgaria really well
my city center looks good though, i think
>vidin
they are pretty far from civilization last time i checked
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>>89425727
Do Lugogorets even have any fans?
>>89425731
Yes also that
>>89425735
Here, but only because I'm enjoying all good Croatian players and managers in our league
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>>89425829
Yeah I remember going from the middle left where the docking position isz to the middle right to happy and the town is spooky empty. I think there was a billa in the vicinity. Good times
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>>89425850
They have some fans, but their cities population is only about 30,000, and not everyone cares about football. The fanbase is nothing compared to a team from a large city with ultras. You have to be a little crazy to travel to a CSKA home game as a Ludogorets fan from Razgrad.
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>>89425735
More angles, it's beyond stuid this 3MB file size limit...
>>89425927
Ah ok, didn't know they come from such a small town
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>>89425856
good times indeed. my favorite spot to chill in the city.
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Sad day for /liganos/ as Portimonense announces they're close to a deal with Wolverhampton for the purchase of Shoya Nakajima in January for 20M yuros.
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Shoya-san is one of the best players of the league outside the title contenders. Highlight of this first half of the season was when he totally #rekt Sporting by scoring twice and providing 2 assists as Portimonense won 4-2.
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>>89426062
feel bad for number 12
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>>89426154
Feels even worse knowing he plays for v.guimarães. Their ultras can be... mentally unstable sometimes.
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Very comfy up here atm
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>>89426258
Celtic will end up walking it
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>>89427195
that's not how you spell Dundee
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>>89428839
Based AF
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>>89426258
one of the long time players (since 2015) of Dunav was on the Hearts youth squad. He later played with the Hearts reserve team, but didn't get much further than that.
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tfw you tricked the rele monster again.
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>>89426258
Killmarnock will likely beat Celtic on the weekend aswell Brendan Rodgers still havent beat Steven Clarke's side.
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Can I watch this online anywhere?
http://www.middlesexfa.com/cups-and-competitions/cups/2018-2019/capital-girls-cup---u12
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>>89426258
When will it finally be Aberdeen's turn again?
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>>89437740
>girls u12
calling the police tbfwy
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>>89437853
go back bigot
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>>89424311
Biggest game in bulgaria used to be Levski v cska. But cska stoped existing in 2016 . current cska is rebranded litex lovech
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For me, it's the costa rican league
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>>89413028

>honka

lol titties
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>>89438766
any good up and coming players?
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>>89439055

Rico Costa
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>>89439055
Chiquitito Mendoza
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Plzen's second goal just now was a bit of a volleyed blooter. Can't webm because I'm watching on a betting site.
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>>89439265
beautiful volley, but Zlin's defence was shambles
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>>89439575

Yeah they were atrocious all half, but my O1.5 FH bet came through so I'm glad 2bh.
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>5 month pre season
>4 months left
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Apparently Koller might end up getting fired if results don't improve. Blick said the players complained to Streller after the loss to YB.
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what is the equivalent to the laws of the game for 7-a-side football?
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>>89409509
>your NT is shit and your clubs have no money and play in soviet era shithouses
maybe that wouldn't happen if they actually watched their league
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>>89407761
"Parva liga" means "dumb league" in portuguese. What is parva in bulgaria?
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>>89440863
jej that couldn't possibly be more accurate
"parva" means first as in First League
although it's pronounced puhr-va, which i'm guessing is different from the way you would say it in portuguese. It used to be called A Group not too long ago.
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>>89440388
Ticket revenue is like 2-5% of a team's budget max. especially when your tickets are like 4 bucks
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weekend bump
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At Friday's meeting of the Management Board of the Polish Football Association, two resolutions were voted through, which will significantly influence the way the top league clubs operate. From the 2019/2020 season, the obligation to have at least one youth player was introduced and the limit for foreigners from outside the European Union who may be present on the pitch at the same time was abolished.
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>>89448573
bulgaria tried the youth player thing for a year and it failed miserably. they just subbed them out as soon as they could every time.
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>>89448711
How does the Bulgarian league compare to the Polish one in terms of funding, stability, corruption and quality?
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>>89448740
haven't watched too much Ekstraklasa, but if i had to guess:
>funding
we are definitely worse:
embarrassingly low attendance
stingy owners that don't want to invest
stupid owners that invest poorly
municipalities have almost no money to give to owner-less clubs
>stability
it's stable, just like the pulse of a long-term coma patient
>corruption
obscenely corrupt. not sure how corrupt polish football is, but i would wager that our's is one of the most corrupt in europe. most of the owners are known to have mafia ties. some goons nearly kidnapped dimitar berbatov when he was 18, and then tried to extort him when man u bought him 10 years later.
>quality
it's a very slow paced game on average. players just don't have a lot of confidence with the ball. BUT every now and then you see something really great or interesting. like an older player showing he's the best even though he's 12 years past his prime. it's just enough to stay invested in, at least as long as my team remains in the top division. a few of our better players would rather play for a mid-table polish team instead of a top bulgarian team, so i think poland definitely has the edge on quality as well.
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>>89449189
>it's stable, just like the pulse of a long-term coma patient
Should have clarified
I was asking if the clubs go bankrupt often like it happens in Romania
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>>89449214
they certainly do. CSKA went bankrupt two years ago. Litex then moved to Sofia and changed it's name to CSKA-Sofia and 90% of the CSKA fanbase just rolled with it. CSKA-Sofia eventually paid the debts of the old CSKA, but not before a rival CSKA was formed that claimed to be the true heir. Right now the other CSKA plays in the Second League. Since CSKA-Sofia has nearly all of the old fans behind it and has now officially paid for the emblem, it doesn't look like the other CSKA has much of a future. Most likely it will disappear or be absorbed by CSKA-Sofia in some way after this season is over. Lokomotiv Sofia also went bankrupt around the same time, but they have a much smaller fanbase so there weren't any major conflicts when it came to reviving that club. As of now, their new team plays in second division. Even my own club Dunav also went bankrupt 8 years ago and a new club was formed in its place.
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>>89448573
>the limit for foreigners from outside the European Union who may be present on the pitch at the same time was abolished.
This is what happened last time there was no limit
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>>89451297
lmao that looks like a polish ludogorets
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>>89452299
>>89452299
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>>89451297
current Ludogorets
Goralski and Swierczok have been doing well
what were they like in poland?
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>>89442793
sounds like bullshit, 2bh
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>>89454142
they got relegated that season
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>>89451297

for me, it's gu
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>>89454337
had a chinese friend named Gu
really chill guy
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>salzburg



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