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(Original post by Expression)
FT: Valencia 2-0 Marseille
gd for valencia but the uefa cup is far inferior to champions league
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(Original post by TheWolf)
gd for valencia but the uefa cup is far inferior to champions league
Doesn't mean it wasn't a good game. At the time, Liverpool v Alaves was hailed as the best cup final ever (admittedly, due to shocking defending from both sides). The Champs League final of the same year was cack in comparison, only notable for Kahn's heroics in the penalty shoot out. Obviously the Champions League final has the better teams in it but it doesn't mean it'll be a better game.
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(Original post by Expression)
FT: Valencia 2-0 Marseille
So that's a double. But don't expect them to make waves in next season's CL, their brand of football isn't right for it.
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(Original post by ZJuwelH)
So that's a double. But don't expect them to make waves in next season's CL, their brand of football isn't right for it.
what do you mean by their brand of football?
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(Original post by TheWolf)
what do you mean by their brand of football?
They are 1-0 merchants.
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(Original post by ZJuwelH)
They are 1-0 merchants.
They have the best goal difference in La Liga.
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
They have the best goal difference in La Liga.
Hardly going to be Real Madrid with that defence is it!
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(Original post by ZJuwelH)
They are 1-0 merchants.
Don't quote me on this, but wasn't that more their style of football last season which has been broadened out to something more free spirited this season?
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(Original post by Zapsta)
Don't quote me on this, but wasn't that more their style of football last season which has been broadened out to something more free spirited this season?
Yeah a bit but you can see them retreat immediately after scoring.

I haven't seen an awful lot of Pablo Aimar but I don't know what all the fuss is about...
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Yeah a bit but you can see them retreat immediately after scoring.

I haven't seen an awful lot of Pablo Aimar but I don't know what all the fuss is about...
Because he hasn't been playing. May be leaving at the end of the season.
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(Original post by Zapsta)
Because he hasn't been playing. May be leaving at the end of the season.
He'll end up at Bolton in a few years then.
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(Original post by ZJuwelH)
He'll end up at Bolton in a few years then.
or the likes ofmanchester city
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(Original post by TheWolf)
or the likes ofmanchester city
What? You laughed at me when I said he was going to Spurs next season, now you're saying he'll end up at Man City? :rolleyes:
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(Original post by ZJuwelH)
Hardly going to be Real Madrid with that defence is it!
Valencia have matched their attack though, in terms of goals scored. 71 each.
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If you can win a domestic league, you must be doing something right.

Whether it's 1-0 or not, that team will still have a chance in the Champions League.

And so will Arsenal and Chelsea next season.
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O'Neil, Ranieri, Quieroz and Taylor are set to be the main contenders to become the next Spurs manager, according to The Sun.

I think O'Neil would be a good manager, he has the experience, and could work well with the team.

Ranieri won't have the resources he has at Chelsea, if he came, but is a good manager nonetheless. The same applies to Quieroz and Real Madrid.

Taylor would be a good assistant, but not for the manager's job itself.

But I think O'Neil would be our best choice.
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(Original post by theaman)
O'Neil, Ranieri, Quieroz and Taylor are set to be the main contenders to become the next Spurs manager, according to The Sun.

I think O'Neil would be a good manager, he has the experience, and could work well with the team.

Ranieri won't have the resources he has at Chelsea, if he came, but is a good manager nonetheless. The same applies to Quieroz and Real Madrid.

Taylor would be a good assistant, but not for the manager's job itself.

But I think O'Neil would be our best choice.
But why would he want to leave Celtic for Spurs?
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But why would he want to leave Celtic for Spurs?
Why would he want to stay at Celtic? He can hardly do much more there.
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(Original post by Zapsta)
Why would he want to stay at Celtic? He can hardly do much more there.
yea, but why would he want to leave Celtic for Spurs
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(Original post by jamlan)
yea, but why would he want to leave Celtic for Spurs
lol
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