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      Champions League 2017/2018

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      Shabs
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #60: Nov 02, 2017 10:53:42 am
      We may just end up winning the competition, let the big guns beat each other and we slip in under the radar ;D

      Nice feeling I've got :)
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #61: Nov 02, 2017 11:16:11 am
      We may just end up winning the competition, let the big guns beat each other and we slip in under the radar ;D

      Nice feeling I've got :)

      Funny Shabs I almost posted the same thing.

      With the four dudes due back and for some reason I genuinely fancy we will see something in Jan I’m still optimistic in a weird anti-logic fitba obsessive type way.....

      Weird huh  :laugh:
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #62: Nov 22, 2017 08:37:21 pm
      How good does PSG look?! I really do like Rabiot too, might as well bid for him, he is a Liverpool supporter and probably desprete to join us :D
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #63: Nov 23, 2017 05:37:22 am
      Basel faulty
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #64: Dec 05, 2017 08:37:00 pm
      Oblak is one hell of a keeper.
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      Reply #65: Feb 13, 2018 07:49:19 pm
      Juventus up 1-0 on Spurs

      Higuain with a great finish off free kick.
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #66: Feb 13, 2018 07:51:05 pm
      Expect Spurs to come back. Cheating Kane will get them a pen or two.
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #67: Feb 13, 2018 07:54:59 pm
      2-0 Juventus

      Spurs are going to need a away goal now to have a chance vs stingy Juventus defence
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      Reply #68: Feb 13, 2018 07:57:38 pm
      The pitch will turn into a diving pool soon. Spurs for the pen.
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #69: Feb 13, 2018 08:00:42 pm
      Just shows how important that first 10 mins is. Hope we keep it cool and positive tomorrow!
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      Reply #70: Feb 13, 2018 08:03:15 pm
      Kane dive!!!
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #71: Feb 13, 2018 08:06:47 pm
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #72: Feb 13, 2018 08:15:06 pm
      LondonRed83
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      Reply #73: Feb 13, 2018 08:31:49 pm
      Spurs look excellent. Vertongan and Dembele are beasts.

      Frankly, Mr Shankly
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      Reply #74: Feb 13, 2018 08:33:32 pm
      Penalty miss by Higuain (after missing earlier at 2-0). Even in a match where he scores two goals, Gonzalo Higuain is still the biggest bottler/flat track bully in world football.
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      Reply #75: Feb 13, 2018 08:34:47 pm
      F**k me, what a game. I was looking forward to the midfield battle, but it has been Eriksen and Dembele dominating. Such a good game.
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #76: Feb 13, 2018 08:35:32 pm
      Shocking pen
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #77: Feb 13, 2018 08:46:27 pm
      How the f**k didn't aurier get booked for that foul on costa
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #78: Feb 13, 2018 08:52:31 pm
      Higuain the champion of bottlers.
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      Reply #79: Feb 13, 2018 09:00:27 pm
      Higuain the champion of bottlers.

      Wouldn't say he bottled it, but after first pen, he's decided to smash it rather than place it, hence him hitting the crossbar.

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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #80: Feb 13, 2018 09:00:52 pm
      1-2 first leg.  You'd take that after being 2-0 down after 9 minutes.   Juventus might rue missing that pen.
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      Reply #81: Feb 13, 2018 09:08:51 pm
      Good game, this.
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      Reply #82: Feb 13, 2018 09:09:07 pm
      Wouldn't say he bottled it, but after first pen, he's decided to smash it rather than place it, hence him hitting the crossbar.



      He has always bottled it in big games mate.

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      Reply #83: Feb 13, 2018 09:16:04 pm
      Who’s our free kick specialist now? Fantastic by Erickson
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #84: Feb 13, 2018 09:16:56 pm
      Spurs dominating Juve on their own turf.
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #85: Feb 13, 2018 09:24:23 pm
      F**k the Italian league must be proper sh*te if Juve have hardly conceded any in Seria A.

      Buffon showing his age with that free kick.
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      Reply #86: Feb 13, 2018 09:46:05 pm
      F**k the Italian league must be proper sh*te if Juve have hardly conceded any in Seria A.

      Buffon showing his age with that free kick.

      It is. They have a piss easy domestic season hence the reason they usually have a fair crack in Europe.

      I'm convinced that's why English teams have had a harder time in this competition in recent years. But not as much now because all 5 Champions League clubs are in the top 5. The fact about 10 teams are facing relegation suggests it's an easier ride now.
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #87: Feb 13, 2018 09:49:42 pm
      It is. They have a piss easy domestic season hence the reason they usually have a fair crack in Europe.

      I'm convinced that's why English teams have had a harder time in this competition in recent years. But not as much now because all 5 Champions League clubs are in the top 5. The fact about 10 teams are facing relegation suggests it's an easier ride now.

      Sorry but that argument holds no water whatsoever and is a lazy excuse, as for juventus they aren't the team they were but do have a lot of injuries, typical of people who watch no European football
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #88: Feb 13, 2018 09:52:35 pm
      It is. They have a piss easy domestic season hence the reason they usually have a fair crack in Europe.

      I'm convinced that's why English teams have had a harder time in this competition in recent years. But not as much now because all 5 Champions League clubs are in the top 5. The fact about 10 teams are facing relegation suggests it's an easier ride now.

      Sorry but that argument holds no water whatsoever and is a lazy excuse, as for juventus they aren't the team they were but do have a lot of injuries, typical of people who watch no European football
      F**k the Italian league must be proper sh*te if Juve have hardly conceded any in Seria A.

      Buffon showing his age with that free kick.

      Szczsezny had been playing really well in goal and for me shouldn't have been dropped, benatia is no barzagli or bonucci
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      Re: Champions League 2017/2018
      Reply #89: Feb 13, 2018 09:54:10 pm
      Sorry but that argument holds no water whatsoever and is a lazy excuse, as for juventus they aren't the team they were but do have a lot of injuries, typical of people who watch no European football

      Will Dybala and Matuidi make that much of a difference?

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