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Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Ross K, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. TheMuzziah

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    lets be honest - Liverpool would have destroyed Ajax in the final. Sevilla beats Man United 8 times out of 10 in a EL final.

    again, man united are NOT bigger than Liverpool. Quite the opposite in fact. Until they win a couple more league titles to widen the gap or get to 5 CL titles, Liverpool will rightly be considered the greater club and no amount of Charities Shields will change that. :D
     
  2. TheAssassin

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    I am sure even you don't believe that. :D

    Whatever buddy, I think otherwise. We can run in circles all day. Both of those tasks you're giving to Man United will happen in like a decade max, so unless your demands become higher after that just enjoy these remaining few years. :p;)
     
  3. Feña14

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    Now they're saying Man City have hijacked it :eek:

    Still expect him to end up at Real Madrid, but wow. I think City have the most expensive player in 4 positions (mostly defence and keeper after this summer). If they go on to spend £170 Million on Mbappe too? Crazy.
     
  4. Slice'n'dice

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    So much ******** in the papers about this stuff. The guy's going to Madrid, almost doubling the world transfer record at 18. No pressure then mate.

    To be honest considering how much you struggled against the likes of Celta Vigo and Anderlecht, that does suggest that Sevilla would've wiped the floor with you.

    Could happen, very much doubt you'll get up to five champions Leagues, Fergie took about twenty odd years to win two, from his beginnings to 2008. Do think Mourinho's archaic methods will be better suited to the Champions League, a good bus parking can be a classic European away performance. Realistically though you aren't winning either until you get a more modern forward thinking manager.

    As for who's the bigger club, Liverpool are, you think Man Utd, but for us to argue that would be moronic. Something tells me we wouldn't agree.
     
  5. Tiki-Taka

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    Excellent day coming, if you are in the American time zone. Barcelona-Manchester United, Real Madrid-Manchester City, PSG-Juventus.

    Frustrating, no great players have arrived yet. Come on board and Valverde, time is running out.
     
  6. Slice'n'dice

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    Not really though is it? Over a month, and hands off Phil Coutinho. He's best served staying in Liverpool and so are we.

    Some good matches, but friendlies are frendlies, could never get that excited about even glamorous friendlies like that, and when Liverpool played Barca last year. Was good but I'm a fan of Liverpool high profile friendlies not including my club are not really so interesting for me. For people in the US though it's a good opportunity to see a good level of football live I guess.
     
  7. TheAssassin

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    On the other hand Sevilla getting beaten by Leicester last season could easily suggest we'd smash them. Level of play can vary a lot from a match to match as we all know.

    He's won both competitions before so I certainly don't see him as someone who is holding the club back, at least not at the moment. And who knows if there is going to be one or several managers in the next decade, I didn't say it's going to be under Mou and honestly I don't care which manager guides the club to success. But I really think clubs from other leagues will challenge the Spanish ones soon, with Man United being one of them.
     
  8. Poisoned Slice

    Poisoned Slice G.O.A.T.

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    ''Everton are building something.''

    ''Yeah, a new ground.''

    LOL best comeback ever. :p
     
  9. Slice'n'dice

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    Do kind of feel Everton are little Andy Murray like with the other three. Far ahead of the rest but some way short of the best.

    Leicester's style of play shows them to be dangerous against attacking sides that like to try and dominate matches especially when they are on their game as we've seen the last couple of years. Dunno about 8 out of 10 but I think they'd have the edge.

    He sneaked you into the Champions League through the back door so that's helped keep the club from potentially being left behind this time. If he doesn't win something big this year though he never will, second year is usually his best, and his 3rd never is and he's not in this for the long term. Get someone good in after that though and you have a chance with the kind of money you will throw at the problem. But with the quality in the League at the moment means that it's harder to compete in Europe with teams in less competitive Leagues, and just generally, don't see anyone dominating the Premier League for a while regardless.
     
  10. Poisoned Slice

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    Just a random thought

    Pretty sure I haven't heard the word triumpahlism since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
     
  11. Poisoned Slice

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    Long ball United in action now. Barcelona winning 1-0 after a Neymar goal.
     
  12. Tiki-Taka

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    Is this you by any chance? The hashtag is pretty much the same message that you gave me. :p

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    I think he will stay, a lot of time left on his contract if I am not wrong and he is not trying to force a move.
     
  13. Slice'n'dice

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    Haha, no not me no. Yeah I don't think he's going this summer, seems pretty settled, hasn't been making any noise about leaving, think he probably will go in the future though. Don't think he's ready for the move to be honest yet, especially if Neymar stays, not getting into that front three.
     

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