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    Spurs 1-1 Barca to go through by the skin of their dic... sacks.

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    Liverpool scraped through as well with a goal.

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    Pretty easy to predict all English sides going through, to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Pretty easy to predict all English sides going through, to be fair.
    Yeah right.



    Good result for the tiny totts though, well played.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Spurs 1-1 Barca to go through by the skin of their dic... sacks.
    They don't have a foreskin.

    Have Arsenal progressed too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    They don't have a foreskin.
    Lay off those Breezers bud, that's why dicks was changed to sacks.

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    Manchester City will seal top spot in Champions League Group F with a draw against Hoffenheim on Wednesday, but they only have 15 players available.
    Playmaker David Silva is the latest to join the injury list which includes striker Sergio Aguero, midfielders Kevin De Bruyne, Benjamin Mendy and goalkeeper Claudio Bravo.
    "I can't rotate too much," said boss Pep Guardiola.
    "It's about trying to finish first to have an advantage in the last 16."



    WEDNESDAY 12TH DECEMBER 2018

    • Man City20:00Hoffenheim

    • Valencia20:00Man Utd

    • Real Madrid17:55CSKA Moscow
    • Viktoria Plzen17:55Roma
    • Ajax20:00Bayern Munich
    • Benfica20:00AEK Athens
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    Fair play to both Manchester sides, qualifying with a game to spare.


    If only both teams had players from Manchester, you could be proud of that city 100klicks away Chitty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Fair play to both Manchester sides, qualifying with a game to spare.


    If only both teams had players from Manchester, you could be proud of that city 100klicks away Chitty.

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    Players......... the S is even underlined for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Man City20:00Hoffenheim
    Where you watching it mate?

    I hear this place gets more Abu Citeh fans on matchday








    Or will you be watching at home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    They don't have a foreskin.

    Have Arsenal progressed too?
    Oh we already won our group in the Spursday Cup.

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    FTFY.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Manchester City will seal top spot in Champions League Group F with a draw against Hoffenheim on Wednesday, but they only have 15 billion pounds worth of players available.


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    Unlike the majority of Utd fans shouting from their piss stained armchairs around the globe,I will be watching the game from the comfort of the Colin Bell stand, plenty of Hoffenhien fans in town today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    FTFY.
    How much does Arsenal pay per week for its bench warmers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Colin Bell
    I'll have to google that one

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    Probably a ban from all European competition

    What you gonna do on Wednesday nights then Chitty?


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    WEDNESDAY 12TH DECEMBER 2018


    • Real Madrid0CSKA Moscow3

      FT
    • Viktoria Plzen2Roma1

      FT
    • Ajax3Bayern Munich3

      FT
    • Benfica1AEK Athens0

      FT
    • Man City2Hoffenheim1

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    • Shakhtar Donetsk1Lyon1

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    • Valencia2Man Utd1

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    • Young Boys2Juventus1

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    Manchester United slumped to a limp defeat in Valencia as Paul Pogba's glaring miss and Phil Jones' own goal ensured they missed the chance to win Champions League Group H.United were already assured of qualification for the knockout stages, and a win would have taken them above Juventus, who were surprisingly beaten 2-1 by Young Boys of Switzerland.
    But Jose Mourinho's side put in a poor performance and were well beaten by a team, 15th in the Spanish top flight, who named an experimental line-up as they were already certain of finishing third.














    Leroy Sane scored two goals, including a free kick from 30 meters, as Manchester City came from behind to beat Hoffenheim 2-1 and secure first place in its Champions League group on Wednesday.
    City recovered from losing its opening game in Group F - 2-1 at home to Lyon - to finish top by five points, and advance to the round of 16 for the sixth straight year as it bids to become European champions

    When you gonna start supporting your local team Dill?




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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Oh we already won our group in the Spursday Cup.
    Are you in one of the lesser competitions like the Europa League?

    Nothing to be ashamed of, even the mighty Ipswich Town have decided to take a turn towards non-league football, just to see what it's like to play on Hackney Marshes of a Sunday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Are you in one of the lesser competitions like the Europa League?

    Nothing to be ashamed of, even the mighty Ipswich Town have decided to take a turn towards non-league football, just to see what it's like to play on Hackney Marshes of a Sunday...
    Works for me, no chance of staying up for the whole game on a school night in the winter, and our weekend is Friday/Saturday.


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    No shots on target. No movement. No width. No incision. No precision. No urgency. No suggestion of any kind of plan. In a season of largely terrible first halves from Manchester United this season, this had to be the very worst. It was ponderous and it was pedestrian; Michael Owen’s description of their performance as “very average” was very generous.

    “It is Manchester United, professional players, and we want to do well,” Jose Mourinho had said on Tuesday, so we really should have known: this truly was Mourinho’s Manchester United, with as little dynamism as width. There was no change of pace to worry Valencia, no switch of play to find non-existent wide men and no defensive prowess to offer the slimmest of silver linings on a miserable night.

    What’s worse? The notion that United players simply ignored Mourinho’s instructions, or the alternative scenario that he had actually instructed those players to occupy the middle ground, with Andreas Pereira and Juan Mata coming inside to join a wild party of five in the central midfield? There was no forward motion from the lamentable Marcos Rojo on the left, while Antonio Valencia was lucky to make it past the first ten minutes after a reckless tackle. So very narrow and so very easy to defend against.

    As Valencia moved from one box to another in three passes, United took 13 passes to move forward less than two yards, like a live re-enactment of the Battle of the Somme but with mercifully fewer casualties. At half-time it was over to Mourinho to rouse this United side, to give them purpose and presumably a plan. Two minutes into that new plan – which now featured Ashley Young – Phil Jones produced his own piece of performance art, called ‘Phil Jones’, putting through his own net seven years after United’s last Champions League own goal, scored by Phil Jones.

    This was truly dire. And remained largely dire even after the introductions of Marcus Rashford and then Jesse Lingard, though the former did at least produce United’s first shot on target after 72 minutes. That it was a weakly-struck effort from outside the area which bobbled through to the keeper as the England man fell down seemed apt.

    It took until the 87th minute for Manchester United players to realise that they could carry the ball into the box, could exchange quick passes, could cross the ball from somewhere other than the corner flag. And they scored, the three substitutes combining to embarrass the pathetic starting XI. Then, having finally worked out the clearest route to goal, they almost claimed an undeserved equaliser as Valencia suddenly looked as ordinary as their league form suggests. It would have been a travesty.

    If this was indeed an audition for Paul Pogba – as it was billed – ahead of Sunday’s visit to Liverpool then it is clear there will be no recall. There is zero chance of him or any of his fellow Valencia starters reprising their role at Anfield, unless injuries leave Mourinho with absolutely no option. Nobody was even whispering – never mind screaming – ‘pick me’ in the Mestalla.

    The only case made was for a slew of January exits. If only anybody wanted this shower.

    https://www.football365.com/news/thi...their-audition

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    No other European matches or Division 2 football on last night, Cyrille?

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