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    Post by anicoll5 on Wed Sep 14 2011, 23:50

    I spent yesterday listening to various football experts on the radio explain why ManYoo and Citeh are virtually guaranteed semi final places at the very least in this season's CL - so unbelieveably strong and equipped with such brilliant players are both etcetera, etcetera

    What do you reckon the odds are Citeh scuffle a draw tonight and Benfica put Fergie's boys to the sword ?


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    Re: Champions League

    Post by Guest on Thu Sep 15 2011, 01:33

    Whatever happens Nic it will be a poorer competition this season without the excitment Spurs bought to it. Last season we lifted a stale competition back into the stratsophere . . .

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    Post by BazSpur on Thu Sep 15 2011, 02:04

    Hope they both get knocked out. Got no time for either of them TBH. Out Of the two of them though I think Manure will go further.


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    Re: Champions League

    Post by anicoll5 on Thu Sep 15 2011, 09:20

    Well there we are then - the two most outstanding teams since the invention of football made to look rather ordinary by two teams who were supposed to be there only to make up the numbers - Napoli a bit unlucky in the game I watched - Cavani and Lavezzi red hot

    Ray Wilkins ? About as much use as the 5th official
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    Re: Champions League

    Post by LOBO on Thu Sep 15 2011, 19:08

    BazSpur wrote:Hope they both get knocked out. Got no time for either of them TBH. Out Of the two of them though I think Manure will go further.


    No Baz we want them both to stay in it as long as possible so it stretches both clubs , we both know that neither club will win it Barca are to strong imo and way to experienced i can't see either team breaking there domination .


    VisionarySound wrote:Whatever happens Nic it will be a poorer competition this season without the excitment Spurs bought to it. Last season we lifted a stale competition back into the stratsophere . . .

    It is i don't bother watching it anymore to be honest same old shight , i only start to get interested when it gets to the knockout stage .. do away with europa and make it the top 6 teams..then we can do away with crap revamped comps like the europa
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    Re: Champions League

    Post by anicoll5 on Thu Sep 15 2011, 19:39

    If you didn't watch it last night you missed a very good game of football from Eastlands - and although I am biased there was plenty of action in the Dortmund game on Tuesday

    Next matchday is Arsenal Olympiacos which I have to admit ain't on my list of events not to miss. City playing Bayern in Munich however - could be very tasty and a defeat for Mancini and the CL dream could well be over

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