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You forgot to add Bayern.And why anyone but Juventus?I understand about Real and Liverpool but not for Juventus.
I'd prefer Bayern over any of those three teams. Not my favorites by any means but I've made peace with them contending for everything pretty much every year.

Never liked them (Juve). And no doubt 90% of praise would go to the Portuguese diving penalty boy if they win, even though they have had a quality team for a few years now. I don't want that.
 
I'd prefer Bayern over any of those three teams. Not my favorites by any means but I've made peace with them contending for everything pretty much every year.

Never liked them (Juve). And no doubt 90% of praise would go to the Portuguese diving penalty boy if they win, even though they have had a quality team for a few years now. I don't want that.
I see.Thanks for the answer.I am also not big fan of Juventus.The only Italian team I like is Milan.Shame they are not playing in the CL.
 
I did enjoy the conversation with Pep and Arteta. No idea what they were talking about, but happy to see they were not covering their gobs like they were hiding some top secret government intel.

GOAL! City getting it done with 10 men. Sterling.
 
Schalke dissapointed , They should have done better , Can't believe they finished 2nd in Bundesliga and now they're midtable like Monaco in L1.

Great win for Atletico , They were the better side today and should've probably won by a bigger lead than 2-0 but it's still a great result , They need to score at least 1 away goal and then sit back , Juventus won't score 4 goals vs that defense
 
Atletico were clearly a better side tonight. It wasn't even their usual grinding out win. Convincing display for their standards.

They will be so motivated this season after all the recent disappointments and the fact that this season's final is going to be held at their stadium.

Tie is not over yet, you never know when Cristiano can appear, but Atleti will be delighted with that.
I did enjoy the conversation with Pep and Arteta. No idea what they were talking about, but happy to see they were not covering their gobs like they were hiding some top secret government intel.
Clearly not fit to lace Lucho's and Unzue's boots. :p


 
Anyone but Real Madrid, Liverpool and Juventus.
I would add Bayern in there as well. Never really liked them.

I can't stand Real Madrid so yeah that's why, I never really like Liverpool and although I like Juventus I couldn't stand Ronaldo winning another UCL though he is probably already out I doubt Juve is coming back.

If I had to choose one of them though it would be Real Madrid. At least it would prove that they can do it without Kristina, and maybe people will realise that he is completely useless on a football pitch without his goals.

Other than Barca I would like to see Atletico win, their performance last night reminded me of 2014.
 
I would add Bayern in there as well. Never really liked them.

I can't stand Real Madrid so yeah that's why, I never really like Liverpool and although I like Juventus I couldn't stand Ronaldo winning another UCL though he is probably already out I doubt Juve is coming back.

If I had to choose one of them though it would be Real Madrid. At least it would prove that they can do it without Kristina, and maybe people will realise that he is completely useless on a football pitch without his goals.

Other than Barca I would like to see Atletico win, their performance last night reminded me of 2014.
Pretty much agree with all of that. It's going to be Barcelona > Atletico > the rest for me too as soon as I see Man United knocked out. Would be ok with someone like Tottenham or PSG winning too.
 

DSH

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psg will win the title only if neymar stop his tantrums and indiscipline.
if he plays as a team, as it should be, there is no one who can stop them this season.
nor the city, atletico, real madrid, barcelona, nobody.
 
It's really open this year. I can picture most of the quarterfinalists clubs going all the way, with Roma/Porto, Tottenham and ourselves (in this moment) being the exceptions.
 
Tottenham ain't winning it. PSG can win it but it's better if they don't. A club with no history winning a historic competition...
Better that than seeing same old same old with Real Madrid. First time winners are a good thing. They have to write history at some point.
It's really open this year. I can picture most of the quarterfinalists clubs going all the way, with Roma/Porto, Tottenham and ourselves (in this moment) being the exceptions.
Why are you writing yourselves off?
 
Better that than seeing same old same old with Real Madrid. First time winners are a good thing. They have to write history at some point.

Why are you writing yourselves off?
First of all it's dead even tie with Lyon going into Camp Nou so I can't look past them. And we are not playing at a very high level this season that stands out compared to the rest, while I hardly ever trust Barcelona to grind out for wins Real or Atletico do. Once opponents engage us in such matches, and a lot of top European teams are capable of doing that, it feels like an uphill battle for us. As great as the captain is, even he can't win games on his own all season long.

As much as I would like to see us beat Atletico Madrid en route to winning this season's Champions League, I will cheer for them against anyone else. They are the unluckiest team in the Champions League by far.
 

DSH

Professional
First of all it's dead even tie with Lyon going into Camp Nou so I can't look past them. And we are not playing at a very high level this season that stands out compared to the rest, while I hardly ever trust Barcelona to grind out for wins Real or Atletico do. Once opponents engage us in such matches, and a lot of top European teams are capable of doing that, it feels like an uphill battle for us. As great as the captain is, even he can't win games on his own all season long.

As much as I would like to see us beat Atletico Madrid en route to winning this season's Champions League, I will cheer for them against anyone else. They are the unluckiest team in the Champions League by far.
barcelona are a mediocre team without messi.
and the Argentine has a couple of good years left before his decline.
The club's leadership has to rethink how they want to form a competitive team when "la pulga" retires from football.
 
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barcelona are a mediocre team without messi.
and the Argentine has a couple of good years left before his decline.
The club's leadership has to rethink how they want to form a competitive team when "la pulga" retires from football.
I think it's more of an underperforming team than anything else. There have been some top performances without Leo though he is really standing out in the last two years more than he did ever before.

The club already has the post-retirement period on their mind so here is hoping some good decisions will be made when that day comes.
 

DSH

Professional
I think it's more of an underperforming team than anything else. There have been some top performances without Leo though he is really standing out in the last two years more than he did ever before.

The club already has the post-retirement period on their mind so here is hoping some good decisions will be made when that day comes.
but with that level of condescension it is enough to win la liga, in Europe the flaws of Barcelona will become evident when they face a rival who knows how to exploit their deficiencies.
 
Tottenham ain't winning it. PSG can win it but it's better if they don't. A club with no history winning a historic competition...
We have history , Just not a rich one , We won the European Cup Winners Cup back in 1996 and reach 1 more final and and 3 more European semis including CL , Also there's a firts time for everything unless you want the same bunch winning. Sure we can win this year we have Tuchel
psg will win the title only if neymar stop his tantrums and indiscipline.
if he plays as a team, as it should be, there is no one who can stop them this season.
nor the city, atletico, real madrid, barcelona, nobody.
Agree to some extent , Neymar was really a team player for us in the group stages , That's a reason of why we won , He's our 10
 
After 13 years with Fly Emirates , We're not going to renew our shirt sponsorship contract with them who's worth is 25m euros per year , The relationships between the Qatar and UAE government aren't good at all so it's completely understandable that our owners doesn't want them as sponsors anymore. So our New shirt sponsor will be ALL Accor , The details are still a mystery , But it's rumored to put us in the Top 4 most lucrative shirt sponsor deals for football clubs in the world , Estimated between €45m-€65m per year
 
So Rennes draws Arsenal , According to the rules the 2nd leg should be at their home and UEFA fails go give them that , The firts leg will be at their home again , This is really unfair cause you can't change the rules and this could also benefit Arsenal in the tie. Also one more thing , All the "big boys" avoid each other , Like really can they make it more obvious , They're trying to leaves the bigger clubs for the latter stages , I really hope Rennes beats Arsenal , I will be supporting them
 
Not a good time for this to happen to them
I’m not too disappointed at all.

Chelsea haven’t really been spenders the last 5 or so years. They usually sell someone and then buy someone worse. Courtois/Kepa, Matic/Bakayoko, De Bruyne/Salah for Willian/Pedro, Costa/Morata, Oscar/Drinkwater etc.. the list goes on.

Now they can’t make those moves and are forced to play some of the younger players. Sounds good to me!
 
Robert Kraft owner of the New England Patriots NFL team.

Robert Kraft charge with soliciting a prostitute in Florida.

Robert Kraft should of travel to D.C. and do the Madam routine and paid top dollar for a high class working girl! He is just a cheap skate and now he is paying for it big time!

Krafts spokesperson said he did not do the solicitation!
 
Pogba back in the pundits combined 11. Not even sure if he was out of it last season, was left out of the match in December. But now when you look at the combined 11 you have no doubts he will be there. De Gea is still the guy. Rashford is front and centre for all of them.
 
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