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Old 31.08.2012, 09:28 PM
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Chelski just got murdered..
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Old 31.08.2012, 09:37 PM
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Old 19.01.2013, 09:27 PM
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Watching Juve v Udinese, Paul Pogba's scored 2 great goals from distance and generally controlling the midfield.

Still only 19, looks like he's developing into a very decent player.

Juve cruising at 4-0, set to go 5 points clear with Napoli facing a tough game away to Fiorentina tomorrow. Very impressive.
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Old 19.01.2013, 10:24 PM
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Dortmund hammered Bremen 5-0 away from home today. The league might be beyond them this year with Bayern looking strong, but not a team many will fancy playing in the Champions League. Guardiola v Klopp will be the best managerial head-to-head in football next year, both get their teams playing great and innovative football.
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Dortmund hammered Bremen 5-0 away from home today. The league might be beyond them this year with Bayern looking strong, but not a team many will fancy playing in the Champions League. Guardiola v Klopp will be the best managerial head-to-head in football next year, both get their teams playing great and innovative football.
It's a cliche, but Dortmund genuinely have taken their eye off the ball in the Bundesliga this year due to seemingly aiming to really progress in the Champions League.

They still have the strongest backline and midfield in Germany, and whilst not having a Gomez, can just spread the goals around. I'm not sure the league is over just yet this year, but when the CL starts up again, it will be interesting to see how many games Reus and Lewandowski start in the league. Guaranteed you'll see more of Gotze.
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Old 29.01.2013, 09:46 PM
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forza Lazio

what a great ending to a cup tie.
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Old 30.01.2013, 09:47 PM
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Still see Real/Barca players still feel the need to surround the ref after every foul.

Decent enough game.
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Old 31.01.2013, 04:07 PM
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If you didn't watch this last night (I did, and recorded our game against Arsenal), you missed Raphael Varane putting in an unbelievable performance. At 19 years old.
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Old 31.01.2013, 05:13 PM
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If you didn't watch this last night (I did, and recorded our game against Arsenal), you missed Raphael Varane putting in an unbelievable performance. At 19 years old.
He did look good, very quick on the ground and positionally pretty astute for a young kid in such a game. Goaline clearance showed that......
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Old 31.01.2013, 05:16 PM
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He did look good, very quick on the ground and positionally pretty astute for a young kid in such a game. Goaline clearance showed that......
The two moments that really did it for me, other than the goal-line clearance, was the footrace with Messi from a level start, and then the recovery tackle on Fabregas.

He was organising things though too, even with a player like Carvalho next to him. Captaincy material right there.
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