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      Europa League 2015/2016
      Jul 02, 2015 09:55:41 pm
      Started tonight, the mighty Hammers have just beaten Lusitanos of Andorra 3-0 at home.

      The Wiki page is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015%E2%80%9316_UEFA_Europa_League

      This year's, well next years final is in the home of FIFA ironically, so it would not shock me if a Qatar team won.

      St. Jakob-Park, Basel is the venue, home of FC Basel.

      As they say more to follow...



      « Last Edit: Aug 10, 2015 02:11:24 pm by JD »
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      Re: Europa League 2015/2016
      Reply #1: Aug 10, 2015 02:10:04 pm
      Just had a quick look and Liverpool will definitely be in pot 2 for the Europa League draw no matter what happens in the Champions League and Europa League playoffs.

      Draw will be on the 28th August.
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      Reply #2: Aug 20, 2015 08:50:42 pm
      Dortmund currently getting beaten away against Odd in Norway 3-2 with 30 minutes left. What on earth?! Southampton has just gone 1-0 down on the stroke of half time against Midtjylland. Daniel Agger's Brondby has just been battered 5-0 away against PAOK so it looks like we won't be seeing him in the Europa League this season.

      There's been a handful of surprise results in the first leg of the play-off round.

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      Reply #3: Aug 20, 2015 09:33:53 pm
      Dortmund won 4-3, Bilbao were 2-0 up but lost 3-2, exciting night
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      Re: Europa League 2015/2016
      Reply #4: Aug 20, 2015 10:52:47 pm
      Full list of results:

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      Reply #5: Aug 20, 2015 11:42:52 pm
      Not a very good defensive performance from Agger's side, lost 5-0 to the mighty PAOK and the Greeks even missed a penalty.
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      Reply #6: Aug 21, 2015 12:09:24 am
      There are so many teams on that list that I've never heard of: Odd Ballklubb, Vojvodina, Astra Giurgiu and FC Milsami Orhei to name just a few.
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      Reply #7: Aug 21, 2015 08:57:44 pm

      Sounds like a fantasy football name that. :laugh:
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      Reply #8: Aug 28, 2015 01:31:18 am
      Group Stage (48 teams)

      Pot 1                          coef.                   Pot 2                          coef.
      ------------------------ --- ----------------     ------------------------ --- ----------------
      Schalke 04               Ger 111.883           Sporting Braga           Por  51.776
      Borussia Dortmund *3     Ger  99.883      Fiorentina               Ita  49.102
      FC Basel @4              Sui  84.875            Lazio @4                 Ita  49.102
      Napoli                   Ita  84.102                 Anderlecht               Bel  47.440
      Tottenham Hotspur        Eng  84.078       Liverpool                Eng  47.078
      Ajax @3                  Ned  66.195             AZ Alkmaar *3            Ned  46.695
      Villarreal               Esp  58.999                Viktoria Plzen @3        Cze  41.825
      Rubin Kazan *3           Rus  57.099          Club Brugge @4           Bel  41.440
      Athletic Bilbao *3       Esp  56.999            PAOK Thessaloniki **     Gre  40.880
      Sporting CP Lisbon @4    Por  56.276        Celtic @4                Sco  39.080
      Olympique Marseille      Fra  55.483          Besiktas                 Tur  36.520
      Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk    Ukr  52.033        APOEL Nicosia @4         Cyp  35.460


      Pot 3                          coef.                   Pot 4                          coef.
      ------------------------ --- ----------------     ------------------------ --- ----------------
      AS Monaco @4             Fra  31.483              Partizan Belgrade @4     Srb  14.775
      Sparta Praha @3          Cze  30.825              Asteras Tripolis         Gre  13.380
      Fenerbahçe @3            Tur  30.020              Rosenborg BK *           Nor  11.875
      Legia Warsaw **          Pol  24.800              Garabag Agdam @3         Azb  11.500
      Girondins Bordeaux *3    Fra  24.483            Molde FK @3              Nor  10.375
      Lokomotiv Moscow         Rus  23.099             Dinamo Minsk **          Bls   9.650
      Lech Poznan @3           Pol  17.300               FC Groningen             Ned   8.695
      AS Saint-Étienne *3      Fra  16.983              FC Sion                  Sui   8.375
      Slovan Liberec *3        Cze  16.325              FC Midtjylland @3        Den   7.960
      FC Augsburg              Ger  15.883               Skënderbeu Korçë @4      Alb   5.575
      Rapid Wien @4            Aut  15.635              Gabala FK *               Azb   2.750
      FK Krasnodar *3          Rus  15.099              Belenenses  *3          Por 12.276

       ;D

      Saints OUT
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      Re: Europa League 2015/2016
      Reply #9: Aug 28, 2015 12:32:44 pm
      This alphabetical order for the groups is bullshit. Celtic get Ajax because group A is open and we get a mid week trek to Russia because B is the next group open. What happened to drawing groups as well? They do it in the Champions League.
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      Re: Europa League 2015/2016
      Reply #10: Aug 28, 2015 10:50:40 pm
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      Reply #11: Sep 17, 2015 08:11:10 pm
      Pen five minutes in at White Hart Lane.
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      Reply #12: Nov 05, 2015 09:00:31 pm
      Wish Redknapp would f**k off. Was nothing but negative when predicting our result against Rubin and then commenting on it after the game. He's just made Spurs sound like Bayern against Arsenal the other night.
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      Reply #13: Nov 17, 2015 07:12:28 pm
      Monaco ban Anderlecht fans following Paris attacks
      By Reuters

      Monaco has banned Anderlecht fans from entering the principality on November 26 when its Ligue 1 club takes on Belgian side Anderlecht in the Europa League following last Friday's deadly attacks in Paris.

      "The Monaco government has made the decision to ban the presence of the Anderlecht fans on its territory, and consequently at the Stade Louis II, on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, date of the game between the two sides in the Europa League," AS Monaco said in a statement on Tuesday.

      "This decision follows the dramatic events that happened in Paris, prompting the Monaco principality to raise its vigilance level and proritise the mobilisation of the police forces."

      Monaco added that European governing body UEFA and Anderlecht had backed the decision.

      Last Friday, three suicide bombers blew themselves up near the Stade de France, killing one, and gunmen attacked bars, restaurants and a concert hall, killing 128 others while 352 were wounded.


      http://www.eurosport.co.uk/football/europa-league/2015-2016/monaco-ban-anderlecht-fans-following-paris-attacks_sto4993676/story.shtml
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      Re: Europa League 2015/2016
      Reply #14: Dec 14, 2015 11:52:22 am
      Draw coming on in 10 mins !
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      Reply #15: Dec 14, 2015 11:56:32 am

      Thanks for the reminder mate, I completely forgot.
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      Reply #16: Dec 14, 2015 12:00:42 pm
      No probs, Dortmund anyone ?
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      Reply #17: Dec 14, 2015 12:21:44 pm
      F***ing Scum get an easy draw I see !
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      Reply #18: Dec 14, 2015 12:22:44 pm
      Augsburg it is then!
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      Reply #19: Dec 14, 2015 12:31:02 pm
      I said when Augsburg were drawn out that I wouldn't mind them. Don't have to travel to the middle of nowhere which is a good thing. Bit of a mixed bag for the English teams so far. Man United with by far the easiest draw, we get Augsburg and Spurs get Fiorentina.

      A tie that I'm really interested in is Fenerbahce and Lokomotiv Moscow, Turkey vs Russia after all the political stuff that's been going on lately.
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      Reply #20: Dec 14, 2015 12:34:13 pm
      Valencia vs Rapid Wien
      Fiorentina vs Spurs
      Dortmund vs Porto
      Fenerbahce vs Lokomotiv Moscow
      Anderlecht vs Olympiacos
      Midtjylland vs Man United
      Augsburg vs Liverpool
      Sparta Praha vs Krasnodar
      Galatasaray vs Lazio
      Sion vs Braga
      Shakhtar Donetsk vs Schalke
      Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao
      Sevilla vs Molde
      Sporting Lisbon vs Leverkusen
      Villarreal vs Napoli
      St Etienne vs Basel
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      Reply #21: Feb 18, 2016 06:38:39 pm
      Jammy Manc bas**rds.
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      Reply #22: Feb 18, 2016 06:44:53 pm
      Great equaliser.  Carrick sold.
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      Reply #23: Feb 18, 2016 07:10:58 pm
      Great equaliser.  Carrick sold.
      They are sh*te mate .

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      Reply #24: Feb 18, 2016 07:11:56 pm
      Face palm from Van Gaal . f**king hilarious .
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      Reply #25: Feb 18, 2016 07:33:59 pm
       :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

      United 2-1 down
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      Reply #26: Feb 18, 2016 07:34:05 pm
      Yes f**king yes 2-1
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      Reply #27: Feb 18, 2016 07:36:37 pm
      They're walking through them . :lmao:
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      Reply #28: Feb 18, 2016 07:52:07 pm
      Well done midgetland
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      Reply #29: Feb 18, 2016 08:56:08 pm
      Pako Ayesteran working his magic straight away at Valencia then?
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      Reply #30: Feb 18, 2016 09:38:05 pm
      They're walking through them . :lmao:

      Redcaff is in meltdown.
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      Reply #31: Feb 19, 2016 12:30:07 am
      Pako Ayesteran working his magic straight away at Valencia then?

      Ah of course! I knew there was something not quite right with that score! I even posted about his appointment on the La Liga thread last week!
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      Reply #32: Feb 25, 2016 08:37:15 pm
      0-1 to the Danes on the night so far. 3 goals needed for united now to win or 2 for pens.

      1-1 now. Game on....
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      Reply #33: Feb 26, 2016 12:05:10 pm
      I wish this guy would hurry up and do the draw, he's boring the f**k out of me!!
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      Reply #34: Feb 26, 2016 12:10:01 pm
      Do the f**king draw you tool!
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      Reply #35: Feb 26, 2016 12:13:41 pm
      Shakhtar vs Anderlecht
      Basel vs Sevilla
      Villarreal vs Leverkusen
      Athletic Bilbao vs Valencia
      Liverpool vs Man United
      Sparta Prague vs Lazio
      Dortmund vs Spurs
      Fenerbahce vs Braga
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      Reply #36: Feb 26, 2016 12:33:31 pm
      Haha didn't even see the rest of the draw until now. Dortmund v Spurs is a tasty draw, think Dortmund will do them no problem,, Bilbao v Valencia should see the end of rat boy too unless the Pako revival gathers pace.

      Expecting last 8 to be:

      Shakhtar
      Sevilla
      Villarreal
      Bilbao
      Liverpool
      Lazio
      Dortmund
      Fenerbahce

      place your accumulators now! :lmao:

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      Reply #37: Feb 26, 2016 04:03:44 pm
      Well if we can't get ourselves up for this monster tie then we shouldn't even be in Europe.

      Come on boys!!!!
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      Reply #38: Mar 10, 2016 07:29:33 pm
      Dortmund 3-0 against Spurs. Taking the piss out of them. Reus has been spectacular.
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      Reply #39: Mar 11, 2016 12:35:19 am
      Dortmund 3-0 against Spurs. Taking the piss out of them. Reus has been spectacular.

      Don't even start me on that lad, my 2nd favourite football player after Suarez.

      We're into 6/1 2nd favourites behind Dortmund now, of course it's the Klopp factor but it does feel a little bit like destiny we're going to meet them in the final.  What a final that would be too, the atmosphere would be out of this world.
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      Reply #40: Mar 11, 2016 07:11:36 am
      Don't even start me on that lad, my 2nd favourite football player after Suarez.

      We're into 6/1 2nd favourites behind Dortmund now, of course it's the Klopp factor but it does feel a little bit like destiny we're going to meet them in the final.  What a final that would be too, the atmosphere would be out of this world.

      I can feel it in my loins bud.  :D
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      Reply #41: Mar 11, 2016 12:27:21 pm
      Now I'm not going to get ahead of myself, but the final is at St. Jakob-Park in Basel... attendance is a massive 37,500.
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      Reply #42: Mar 11, 2016 12:35:04 pm
      Now I'm not going to get ahead of myself, but the final is at St. Jakob-Park in Basel... attendance is a massive 37,500.

       :aaliverpool2xt1:

      Actually

      Capacity   38,512 (Football)
      (37,500 for international matches)
      60,000 (Concerts)

       ;D
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      Reply #43: Mar 11, 2016 12:39:18 pm
      :aaliverpool2xt1:

      Actually

      Capacity   38,512 (Football)
      (37,500 for international matches)
      60,000 (Concerts)

       ;D

      It's going to be classed as an international game I suspect, hence the 37,500.
      I too have a link to their Wiki page.
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      Reply #44: Mar 11, 2016 01:28:09 pm
      Now I'm not going to get ahead of myself, but the final is at St. Jakob-Park in Basel... attendance is a massive 37,500.

      Plus UEFA have already started selling tickets, the usual corporate crowd and when you take that away from the total left, it's not going to be a huge allocation.
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      Reply #45: Mar 12, 2016 09:49:55 am
      Plus UEFA have already started selling tickets, the usual corporate crowd and when you take that away from the total left, it's not going to be a huge allocation.
      If dortmund if get there then forget about tickets
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      Reply #46: Mar 12, 2016 09:55:45 am
      I put this in the wrong place so in here it goes.

      The perfect 10.

      Liverpool FC aim for perfect 10 - how 2-0 first leg leads usually lead to European success for Reds
       
      BY DAVID PRENTICE

      The Reds have taken a 2-0 first leg lead into a European second leg nine times before Thursday - and a 100% record

      It’s called the most dangerous lead in football.

      But for Liverpool, Thursday night’s 2-0 Europa League lead taken over Manchester United was the perfect result.

      Because the Reds have taken a 2-0 first leg lead into a European second leg nine times before Thursday – and they have a 100 per cent record of qualification.

      In fact the closest squeak came the very first time the Reds defended a 2-0 lead, way back in 1966 – and that was only because the away goals rule still hadn’t been introduced.

      Here we look at Liverpool’s history of 2-0 leads in Europe.

      European Cup 1st round - 1966

      The Romanians proved stubborn visitors to Anfield in the Reds’ second foray into the European Cup – but late goals from Ian St John and Ian Callaghan built a solid lead to take nehind the Iron Curtain a fortnight later.

      It was needed.

      Virgil Dridea pulled a first half goal back in the second leg, but Roger Hunt’s 50th minute strike appeared to have eased Liverpool’s progress into the second round.

      But nine minutes later Alexandru Boc made it 2-1 on the night, and when Mircea Dridea added a third in the 65th minute the scores were tied on aggregate.

      The away goals rule was still five years away so a replay on neutral territory was needed – Heysel Stadium in Brussels , and this time Liverpool had the tie sewn up by half-time with goals from Ian St John and Peter Thompson.

      Fairs Cup 1st round – 1967

      The 2-0 lead Liverpool established in the first round of the following season’s Fairs Cup enjoyed a crucial difference to their Petrolul experience – the Reds won 2-0 in Sweden.

      Tony Hateley scored both goals to make the home leg a stroll. Ron Yeats and Roger Hunt added further goals at Anfield before Dag Szepanski scored a late consolation to give the Swedes some solace on the flight back.

      UEFA Cup 1st round – 1972

      Liverpool were given a tough draw in the first round of the 1972/73 UEFA Cup – which ultimately became their first European trophy success – against an Eintracht Frankfurt side containing future World Cup winner Jürgen Grabowski.

      Kevin Keegan scored the early goal Anfield craved but it wasn’t until 15 minutes from time that Emlyn Hughes added a decisive second.

      The Reds shut up shop for the second leg in West Germany and a 0-0 draw, featuring a debut as a sub from young Trevor Storton, was enough to clinch the tie.

      UEFA Cup quarter-finals – 1973

      According to contemporary reports Dynamo Dresden started like a house on fire at Anfield in the quarter-finals of the competition – but this was Bill Shankly’s relentless Reds and they wore down the East Germans to score goals through Brian Hall and Phil Boersma.

      “Only the unrivalled brilliance of Ray Clemence denied the Germans,” reported Horace Yates – and the Reds anticipated a tough second leg.

      Instead “in their nine consecutive years on the Continent Liverpool can rarely have played so magnificently as they did last night,” reported the Echo’s Chris James. Kevin Keegan scored the only goal of the game against a Dresden team “reckoned to be the best club team ever to come out of East Germany and have not lost a home game in any competition for three years.”

      UEFA Cup 3rd round – 1991

      It was almost 20 years before Liverpool had a 2-0 first leg lead to defend in Europe once again – but this time it was a comfortable affair.

      Dean Saunders scored both goals as Liverpool won in the picturesque Austrian resort against Swarowski Tirol – having plundered four goals in an earlier round against Kuusysi Lahti.

      And he added a hat-trick in a 4-0 stroll in the second leg.

      UEFA Cup 4th round – 2001

      Michael Owen was at his predatory peak when Liverpool went to the Olympic Stadium in Rome for a UEFA Cup tie.

      The Reds had twice won the European Cup on the same venue – and Owen’s double gave them a historic hat-trick of triumphs.

      Both goals were necessary. Guigou scored the only goal of the second leg as Liverpool survived a frenzied Italian fightback to claim a place in the quarter-finals.

      UEFA Cup 3rd Rd – 2003

      Two superb strikes in four second half minutes – from Steven Gerrard and Harry Kewell – gave the Reds an advantage ahead of what was expected to be a testing trip to Bulgaria.

      It didn’t pan out that way.

      Goals inside 10 minutes from Gerrard again and Michael Owen effectively sealed the tie. The Bulgarians did level on the night after 40 minutes, but Didi Hamann almost immediately restored Liverpool’s lead on the night and then Sami Hyypia made it 4-2 – and 6-2 on aggregate.

      Champions League last 16 – 2008

      A late goal rush broke down a redoubtable defensive action by the Italians after former Everton defender Marco Materazzi had been dismissed after barely half-an-hour.

      The Italians did what they do best, and defended with discipline – but the loss through injury of key defender Ivan Cordoba cost them dear.

      Dirk Kuyt scored an 85th minute icebreaker, then three minutes later Steven Gerrard did his swashbuckling thing and made it 2-0.

      It undermined Inter to such a degree that they were never wholly convincing in the San Siro second leg and Fernand Torres scored a stunning breakaway goal to seal Liverpool’s place in the quarter-final.

      Europa League 3rd Qualifying round first leg – 2010

      David N’Gog got Roy Hodgson’s managerial tenure off to a flier with both goals in a 2-0 win in Macedonia.

      N’Gog also opened the scoring in the second leg before a Steven Gerrard penalty sealed Liverpool’s latest comfortable defence of a 2-0 first leg victory.

      Now time for a perfect 10?
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      Reply #47: Mar 18, 2016 12:50:17 am
      Hope we get an easy one such as braga in the draw :)
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      Reply #48: Mar 18, 2016 12:12:09 pm
      We got Dortmund.
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      Reply #49: Mar 18, 2016 12:18:58 pm
      Ah exactly what Klopp didn't want!
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      Reply #50: May 08, 2016 01:56:28 pm
      Not sure any of you have noticed, but
      WE'RE IN THE FREEKIN' FINAL!!!
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      Reply #51: May 08, 2016 02:06:23 pm
      I put this in the wrong place so in here it goes.

      The perfect 10.

      Liverpool FC aim for perfect 10 - how 2-0 first leg leads usually lead to European success for Reds
       
      BY DAVID PRENTICE

      The Reds have taken a 2-0 first leg lead into a European second leg nine times before Thursday - and a 100% record

      It’s called the most dangerous lead in football.

      But for Liverpool, Thursday night’s 2-0 Europa League lead taken over Manchester United was the perfect result.

      Because the Reds have taken a 2-0 first leg lead into a European second leg nine times before Thursday – and they have a 100 per cent record of qualification.

      In fact the closest squeak came the very first time the Reds defended a 2-0 lead, way back in 1966 – and that was only because the away goals rule still hadn’t been introduced.

      Here we look at Liverpool’s history of 2-0 leads in Europe.

      European Cup 1st round - 1966

      The Romanians proved stubborn visitors to Anfield in the Reds’ second foray into the European Cup – but late goals from Ian St John and Ian Callaghan built a solid lead to take nehind the Iron Curtain a fortnight later.

      It was needed.

      Virgil Dridea pulled a first half goal back in the second leg, but Roger Hunt’s 50th minute strike appeared to have eased Liverpool’s progress into the second round.

      But nine minutes later Alexandru Boc made it 2-1 on the night, and when Mircea Dridea added a third in the 65th minute the scores were tied on aggregate.

      The away goals rule was still five years away so a replay on neutral territory was needed – Heysel Stadium in Brussels , and this time Liverpool had the tie sewn up by half-time with goals from Ian St John and Peter Thompson.

      Fairs Cup 1st round – 1967

      The 2-0 lead Liverpool established in the first round of the following season’s Fairs Cup enjoyed a crucial difference to their Petrolul experience – the Reds won 2-0 in Sweden.

      Tony Hateley scored both goals to make the home leg a stroll. Ron Yeats and Roger Hunt added further goals at Anfield before Dag Szepanski scored a late consolation to give the Swedes some solace on the flight back.

      UEFA Cup 1st round – 1972

      Liverpool were given a tough draw in the first round of the 1972/73 UEFA Cup – which ultimately became their first European trophy success – against an Eintracht Frankfurt side containing future World Cup winner Jürgen Grabowski.

      Kevin Keegan scored the early goal Anfield craved but it wasn’t until 15 minutes from time that Emlyn Hughes added a decisive second.

      The Reds shut up shop for the second leg in West Germany and a 0-0 draw, featuring a debut as a sub from young Trevor Storton, was enough to clinch the tie.

      UEFA Cup quarter-finals – 1973

      According to contemporary reports Dynamo Dresden started like a house on fire at Anfield in the quarter-finals of the competition – but this was Bill Shankly’s relentless Reds and they wore down the East Germans to score goals through Brian Hall and Phil Boersma.

      “Only the unrivalled brilliance of Ray Clemence denied the Germans,” reported Horace Yates – and the Reds anticipated a tough second leg.

      Instead “in their nine consecutive years on the Continent Liverpool can rarely have played so magnificently as they did last night,” reported the Echo’s Chris James. Kevin Keegan scored the only goal of the game against a Dresden team “reckoned to be the best club team ever to come out of East Germany and have not lost a home game in any competition for three years.”

      UEFA Cup 3rd round – 1991

      It was almost 20 years before Liverpool had a 2-0 first leg lead to defend in Europe once again – but this time it was a comfortable affair.

      Dean Saunders scored both goals as Liverpool won in the picturesque Austrian resort against Swarowski Tirol – having plundered four goals in an earlier round against Kuusysi Lahti.

      And he added a hat-trick in a 4-0 stroll in the second leg.

      UEFA Cup 4th round – 2001

      Michael Owen was at his predatory peak when Liverpool went to the Olympic Stadium in Rome for a UEFA Cup tie.

      The Reds had twice won the European Cup on the same venue – and Owen’s double gave them a historic hat-trick of triumphs.

      Both goals were necessary. Guigou scored the only goal of the second leg as Liverpool survived a frenzied Italian fightback to claim a place in the quarter-finals.

      UEFA Cup 3rd Rd – 2003

      Two superb strikes in four second half minutes – from Steven Gerrard and Harry Kewell – gave the Reds an advantage ahead of what was expected to be a testing trip to Bulgaria.

      It didn’t pan out that way.

      Goals inside 10 minutes from Gerrard again and Michael Owen effectively sealed the tie. The Bulgarians did level on the night after 40 minutes, but Didi Hamann almost immediately restored Liverpool’s lead on the night and then Sami Hyypia made it 4-2 – and 6-2 on aggregate.

      Champions League last 16 – 2008

      A late goal rush broke down a redoubtable defensive action by the Italians after former Everton defender Marco Materazzi had been dismissed after barely half-an-hour.

      The Italians did what they do best, and defended with discipline – but the loss through injury of key defender Ivan Cordoba cost them dear.

      Dirk Kuyt scored an 85th minute icebreaker, then three minutes later Steven Gerrard did his swashbuckling thing and made it 2-0.

      It undermined Inter to such a degree that they were never wholly convincing in the San Siro second leg and Fernand Torres scored a stunning breakaway goal to seal Liverpool’s place in the quarter-final.

      Europa League 3rd Qualifying round first leg – 2010

      David N’Gog got Roy Hodgson’s managerial tenure off to a flier with both goals in a 2-0 win in Macedonia.

      N’Gog also opened the scoring in the second leg before a Steven Gerrard penalty sealed Liverpool’s latest comfortable defence of a 2-0 first leg victory.


      Now time for a perfect 10?

      Everything about that entry is wrong. David N'Gog & Roy Hodgson...ugh. I've done well to barely remember that match.

      But as RedPuppy says - we're in the final. With Klopp and co. What a better situation to be in!
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      Reply #52: May 08, 2016 09:45:43 pm
      Everything about that entry is wrong. David N'Gog & Roy Hodgson...ugh. I've done well to barely remember that match.

      Written by a blue.

      Know everything about us don't they!!  ;)
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      Reply #53: May 09, 2016 10:11:56 am
      including yesterday the lads will have to play 4 games in 11 days so after the Chelsea game I don't expect any of the starting line up to be at the West Brom game.
      Uefa need to take note their will be far more than 10,000 Liverpool fans .
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      Reply #54: May 09, 2016 11:23:38 am
      including yesterday the lads will have to play 4 games in 11 days so after the Chelsea game I don't expect any of the starting line up to be at the West Brom game.
      Uefa need to take note their will be far more than 10,000 Liverpool fans .

      I think we'll go for it against Chelsea, but the WBA game will be influenced on the chance of getting a League based EL qualification position.
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      Reply #55: May 09, 2016 02:14:51 pm
      Do the winners go into the Group stages or a Qualifying round?
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      Reply #56: May 09, 2016 02:19:35 pm
      Should be in the qualifiers, RP. But because both finalists of the Champions League are already qualified for next seasons Champions League the winner of the EL will go straight into the group stage.

      http://www.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/news/newsid=2215121.html
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      Reply #57: May 09, 2016 04:05:25 pm
      Should be in the qualifiers, RP. But because both finalists of the Champions League are already qualified for next seasons Champions League the winner of the EL will go straight into the group stage.

      http://www.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/news/newsid=2215121.html

      Cheers, they do make it complicated, don't they?
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      Reply #58: May 09, 2016 04:06:43 pm
      Do the winners go into the Group stages or a Qualifying round?

      Groups mate.
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      Reply #59: May 09, 2016 04:11:49 pm
      Looks like we're going to have to re-register Bogdan before the final as we have no reserve goalies left.

      With Ward and George injured, Vigouroux too old to play without registering and Fulton still involved with Portsmouth for the League 2 play offs we have nobody else.

      Yikes!!
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      Reply #60: May 09, 2016 04:46:39 pm
      Looks like we're going to have to re-register Bogdan before the final as we have no reserve goalies left.

      With Ward and George injured, Vigouroux too old to play without registering and Fulton still involved with Portsmouth for the League 2 play offs we have nobody else.

      Yikes!!

      Just name seven players, The Ming will be sound for the final  :laugh:
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      Reply #61: May 09, 2016 04:48:19 pm
      Looks like we're going to have to re-register Bogdan before the final as we have no reserve goalies left.

      With Ward and George injured, Vigouroux too old to play without registering and Fulton still involved with Portsmouth for the League 2 play offs we have nobody else.

      Yikes!!

      Jerzy Dudek, is he free?
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      Reply #62: May 09, 2016 04:57:17 pm
      Just name seven players, The Ming will be sound for the final  :laugh:

       :lmao:


      Good point mate, I believe he is.
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      Reply #63: May 09, 2016 04:58:13 pm
      :lmao:

      Good point mate, I believe he is.

      I've tweeted him, see if he's free next Wednesday.
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      Reply #64: May 09, 2016 05:29:14 pm
      I've tweeted him, see if he's free next Wednesday.

      Good man  :gt-happyup:
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      Reply #65: May 09, 2016 06:36:34 pm
      I can get over the fact that the stadium holds next to nobody but it's unreal that it's being held in a city that can't accommodate other fans without tickets to a high enough level. As if they thought only fans with tickets would travel :D. Considering it's the final they should have made plans for it to be somewhere that can accommodate a huge amount of fans for 1 or 2 of the biggest supported teams in Europe.
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      Reply #66: May 09, 2016 07:42:12 pm
      I can get over the fact that the stadium holds next to nobody but it's unreal that it's being held in a city that can't accommodate other fans without tickets to a high enough level. As if they thought only fans with tickets would travel :D. Considering it's the final they should have made plans for it to be somewhere that can accommodate a huge amount of fans for 1 or 2 of the biggest supported teams in Europe.

      We weren't supposed to get there mate.  They've done their damndest to knock us out with the draws we've had but somehow we evading their cunning plan  ;)
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      Reply #67: May 09, 2016 07:53:18 pm
      I can get over the fact that the stadium holds next to nobody

      Not good is it?

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      Reply #68: May 09, 2016 11:21:41 pm
      We weren't supposed to get there mate.  They've done their damndest to knock us out with the draws we've had but somehow we evading their cunning plan  ;)

      UEFA hate us they must be seething that those awful scousers will not do as they are told. The stadium will be full of Reds when has a final ever been anything but an opportunity for Scousers to demonstrate their creativity
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      Reply #69: May 09, 2016 11:24:19 pm
      UEFA hate us they must be seething that those awful scousers will not do as they are told. The stadium will be full of Reds when has a final ever been anything but an opportunity for Scousers to demonstrate their creativity

      Course it'll be Red mate, just like Istanbul.  Most of those tickets handed out to corporates and sponsors will end up in the hands of Liverpool fans and there's not a damn thing they can do about it.
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      Reply #70: May 10, 2016 01:19:34 am
      :lmao:

      Good point mate, I believe he is.

      Rally driver now Debs, said so at half-time anyway during the Watford game  :laugh:
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      Reply #71: May 10, 2016 10:26:53 am
      If clubs are to take this competition seriously then UEFA should be leading they way by holding the final in larger stadiums, I don't understand why CL clubs get a bigger stadium knowing some big names can fall into this competition later on in the season....
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      Reply #72: May 10, 2016 10:34:48 am
      Course it'll be Red mate, just like Istanbul.  Most of those tickets handed out to corporates and sponsors will end up in the hands of Liverpool fans and there's not a damn thing they can do about it.

      I'd imagine a hell of a lot of sevilla fans will be knocking theirs out as well as the corporate lot, they've got a final a week later at home and they won't have to take the chance of being surrounded by Scousers there.

      ;D
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      Reply #73: May 10, 2016 10:56:35 am
      Rally driver now Debs, said so at half-time anyway during the Watford game  :laugh:

      I believe he is mate.

      I'd imagine a hell of a lot of sevilla fans will be knocking theirs out as well as the corporate lot, they've got a final a week later at home and they won't have to take the chance of being surrounded by Scousers there.

      ;D

      Was hearing yesterday a lot won't be going because they need passports (Switzerland not in Europe) and can't get them in time but I have no doubt the Reds will outnumber everyone else by at least 3 to 1  ;D
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      Reply #74: May 10, 2016 11:26:49 am

      You took me a little too literally there mate :D
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      Reply #75: May 10, 2016 11:40:00 am
      Course it'll be Red mate, just like Istanbul.  Most of those tickets handed out to corporates and sponsors will end up in the hands of Liverpool fans and there's not a damn thing they can do about it.

      It makes me laugh at just how many of our fans manage to get hold of tickets that weren’t originally meant for them :D UEFA and Sevilla won’t know what’s hit them come kick off next Wednesday.

      We weren't supposed to get there mate.  They've done their damndest to knock us out with the draws we've had but somehow we evading their cunning plan  ;)

      It reminds me of 2005 a little bit. We got given the best defensive team in the competition (Juventus) who had only conceded 2 goals up until that stage. In the semi’s we got the English champions (?) and a team who would soon become one of our biggest rivals and then in the final we got one of the biggest and most successful teams in the competition’s history in the final.

      This time around we get our biggest rival in the last 16, the supposedly best team and one of the most defensively sound teams left in the competition in the 1/4’s. In the semi’s we then get arguably the best defensive side in the competition (Villarreal) who are a team full of childish idiots and then in the final we get the most successful team in the competition’s history.

      We certainly never get an easy ride of it do we.

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      Reply #76: May 10, 2016 12:00:08 pm
      It makes me laugh at just how many of our fans manage to get hold of tickets that weren’t originally meant for them :D UEFA and Sevilla won’t know what’s hit them come kick off next Wednesday.

      It reminds me of 2005 a little bit. We got given the best defensive team in the competition (Juventus) who had only conceded 2 goals up until that stage. In the semi’s we got the English champions (?) and a team who would soon become one of our biggest rivals and then in the final we got one of the biggest and most successful teams in the competition’s history in the final.

      This time around we get our biggest rival in the last 16, the supposedly best team and one of the most defensively sound teams left in the competition in the 1/4’s. In the semi’s we then get arguably the best defensive side in the competition (Villarreal) who are a team full of childish idiots and then in the final we get the most successful team in the competition’s history.

      We certainly never get an easy ride of it do we.

      Maybe we manage to get so many tickets because the people who originally buy them know they can make a killing selling them on to us. 

      Of course English clubs fans know we can't possible afford them, after all we have to go bin dipping to feed ourselves, share our houses with rats and we're all on the dole.  Maybe all those Reds who travel around the world are just other clubs fans in disguise, clinging onto the coat tails of our success or we've not paid for them in the first place but pick pocketed them outside the ground or more likely, snuck in without tickets   :f_whistle:

      No they won't know what's hit them and no we never get an easy ride mate  ;D
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      Reply #77: May 10, 2016 12:05:43 pm
      Maybe we manage to get so many tickets because the people who originally buy them know they can make a killing selling them on to us. 

      Of course English clubs fans know we can't possible afford them, after all we have to go bin dipping to feed ourselves, share our houses with rats and we're all on the dole.  Maybe all those Reds who travel around the world are just other clubs fans in disguise, clinging onto the coat tails of our success or we've not paid for them in the first place but pick pocketed them outside the ground or more likely, snuck in without tickets   :f_whistle:

      No they won't know what's hit them and no we never get an easy ride mate  ;D

      Always like hearing the odd story of lads rolling the touts at these finals  8)
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      Reply #78: May 10, 2016 12:25:48 pm
      Always like hearing the odd story of lads rolling the touts at these finals  8)

      They know the risks mate  ;D
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      Reply #79: May 10, 2016 03:06:36 pm
      i can't reply in pm message..CHF 50 face value
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      Reply #80: May 10, 2016 05:43:59 pm
      A McDonalds is nearly twice as expensive as a pint or a packet of smokes, They've got their priorities right out there.  ;D

      How much will things cost in Basel?
      The price of a pint of beer on draught will cost between 5CHF and 7CHF – with the average cost being around 6.50 CHF.

      That is roughly between £5 and £6 for a pint.

      A meal at McDonald’s ranges between 13.60 CHF and 15 CHF, which is between £10 and £11.

      In a restaurant a small bottle of coke will cost around £3.

      A small bottle of water in a restaurant will cost you between 2 CHF and 4 CHF, again around £3.

      A pack of cigarettes will cost around 8 CHF, around £6.

      Can someone bring us a sleeve back?  :D
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      Reply #81: May 10, 2016 10:21:42 pm
      Final will be shown on a Big screen in Liverpool City centre.
      Won't be like being there but we will be there in spirit.
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      Reply #82: May 10, 2016 10:41:06 pm
      Looks like we're going to have to re-register Bogdan before the final as we have no reserve goalies left.

      With Ward and George injured, Vigouroux too old to play without registering and Fulton still involved with Portsmouth for the League 2 play offs we have nobody else.

      Yikes!!
      Klopp could go in goal?
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      Reply #83: May 14, 2016 01:04:52 pm
      For those of us not going the final

      http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36279287
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      Reply #84: May 14, 2016 01:15:55 pm
      I can get over the fact that the stadium holds next to nobody but it's unreal that it's being held in a city that can't accommodate other fans without tickets to a high enough level. As if they thought only fans with tickets would travel :D. Considering it's the final they should have made plans for it to be somewhere that can accommodate a huge amount of fans for 1 or 2 of the biggest supported teams in Europe.
      A 33,000 seat stadium is ridiculous for a final ,It's not even in the top 100 in Europe in terms of capacity.
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      Reply #85: Aug 04, 2016 10:19:21 pm
      just witnessed the most bizzare goal scored against Aberdeen it was late on and knocked them out I wont spoil it for people but you have to see it
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      Reply #86: Aug 05, 2016 06:00:05 am
       
      just witnessed the most bizzare goal scored against Aberdeen it was late on and knocked them out I wont spoil it for people but you have to see it

       :o  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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      Reply #87: Aug 06, 2016 03:48:43 pm
      just witnessed the most bizzare goal scored against Aberdeen it was late on and knocked them out I wont spoil it for people but you have to see it

      Wow. That's one way to lose!
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      Reply #88: Aug 06, 2016 05:10:08 pm
      Shutting this down as the tread is from last year.

      2016/17 is here. http://www.lfcreds.com/reds/index.php?topic=49011.0

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