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11 July 2010 20:49 Post ID: #393
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What is the Best Looking League (looking at all aspects) in Europe at the moment?

Especially looking at the performances of certain National Teams at the World Cup!
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12 July 2010 09:28 Post ID: #415 - in reply to #393
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For entertainment and goals etc then it's Bundesliga closely followed by the PL IMO

For technical ability and tactical play etc then it's probably La Liga which does contain the best team around in Barca.

I don't see a lot of Bundesliga outside the bigger teams so I have no idea what there strength in depth is.

For example, would the 15th placed EPL team beat the 15th Bundesliga team? I feel that's one of the great strengths of English football. Many championship teams would give a bottom half La Liga team a game.

I always find it astounding that a team in the 3rd division in a small country (in terms of size) can get 25,000 fans at a home game
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12 July 2010 14:24 Post ID: #419 - in reply to #393
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I went for Bundesliga as all round it seems to do be consistent.

Premier League does amaze me with crowds down to the conference. La Liga I always find amazing when people say it is the best league because probably the bottom 7 teams are championship teams and in La Liga they are awful against the top teams.
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12 July 2010 15:34 Post ID: #424 - in reply to #393
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I think that's due to the fact that Real Madrid and Barca are so much better than the lower sides

You only have to see Atletico Madrid winning the Europa League, all-Spanish UEFA Cup final in 2007 etc, to show that are a cluster of decent teams in La Liga, probably still stronger than the Bundesliga

I do like the Bundesliga though!
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12 July 2010 16:33 Post ID: #425 - in reply to #424
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I don't think the Bundesliga has an awful lot of depth to it like La Liga/EPL from what I've read

The EPL is overhyped but for me I still like it, yes there are poor games/teams, there are in every league in the world (comparatively). Maybe because my team is involved I am biased but the pace of the football is much better than other leagues. I find Serie A games so dull.
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12 July 2010 18:16 Post ID: #440 - in reply to #393
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I like the way the Bundesliga is run. They have strict financial rules so that clubs have to live within their means, and can't go round throwing silly money at players and racking up loads of debt. They also don't allow individuals to come in and buy clubs outright in the way that the likes of Abramovich and Glazer have. They also have safe standing areas, and alow you to drink whilst watching the game, and the tickets for most clubs are a lot cheaper than their EPL equivalent.
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