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Old 22.04.2012, 05:02 PM
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And congrats to Dortmund for back to back titles, well deserved.
Agreed. Always had a soft spot for Dortmund. Great support, great manager, great philosophy and some great players.

Klopp is far too classy to become Chavski manager.
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Old 22.04.2012, 05:14 PM
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Agreed. Always had a soft spot for Dortmund. Great support, great manager, great philosophy and some great players.

Klopp is far too classy to become Chavski manager.
well at this moment in time who paying di matteo, cos the man kinda earned a job recently
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Old 22.04.2012, 05:43 PM
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Agreed. Always had a soft spot for Dortmund. Great support, great manager, great philosophy and some great players.

Klopp is far too classy to become Chavski manager.
Seeing how AVB got royally shafted and undermined by all around him, no youngish coach should go within a country mile of Chelsea. A nest of vipers is too kind a term for that squad.
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Old 22.04.2012, 05:46 PM
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Seeing how AVB got royally shafted and undermined by all around him, no youngish coach should go within a country mile of Chelsea. A nest of vipers is too kind a term for that squad.
I think AVB should have stayed, but its safe to say we would have gone out to Napoli, probably been no higher than 8th and not got to the FA cup final with him at the helm.

Only time will tell if a semi/final CL run and an FA cup final place was worth sacking him over.

There is talk of him taking over at Inter, but he will have to phase out a bunch of big personalities there as well, so will he get it right the 2nd time around, who knows.

If he cant deal with Drogba and Lampard , good luck to him with Zanetti, Lucio, Cambiasso, Stankovic etc etc

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Ronaldo's celebration was priceless:



Chill out lads, you're winning nothing.
That is now a real possibility, I would favor Real to win if they played Barca in a one off final. I think that Bayern game might even go to Extra time or pens.

Ozils pass for Ronaldo's goal was one of the best I saw this season.
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Old 22.04.2012, 05:58 PM
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Talking of Ozil, is it true that he has only completed 3 90 minute games all season?

Someone mentioned this, not sure if it was true or just an exaggerated stat designed to imply he gets subbed a lot.
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Old 22.04.2012, 06:00 PM
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Ozils pass for Ronaldo's goal was one of the best I saw this season.
Yes. It was sublime.
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Old 22.04.2012, 06:04 PM
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Talking of Ozil, is it true that he has only completed 3 90 minute games all season?

Someone mentioned this, not sure if it was true or just an exaggerated stat designed to imply he gets subbed a lot.
Van der Vaart's the same at Spurs....
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Old 22.04.2012, 09:26 PM
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I think AVB should have stayed, but its safe to say we would have gone out to Napoli, probably been no higher than 8th and not got to the FA cup final with him at the helm.

Only time will tell if a semi/final CL run and an FA cup final place was worth sacking him over.

There is talk of him taking over at Inter, but he will have to phase out a bunch of big personalities there as well, so will he get it right the 2nd time around, who knows.

If he cant deal with Drogba and Lampard , good luck to him with Zanetti, Lucio, Cambiasso, Stankovic etc etc
Zanetti's one of the classiest guys around, think he's already indicated that if the club feel he should move on, that he will.
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Old 22.04.2012, 09:31 PM
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Talking of Ozil, is it true that he has only completed 3 90 minute games all season?

Someone mentioned this, not sure if it was true or just an exaggerated stat designed to imply he gets subbed a lot.
Yeh more or less. I watch the Spanish football every week and they always show Barca and Real as you know and every time he starts more or less Jose takes him off
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