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Banning Manchester City for a year in the Champions League would not do them any harm, after all its been 49 years since they won their last European Trophy :yes:


I must admit I felt a little uneasy

When she bent down to tie the laces of my shoe

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In the first of the two All English European Cup Finals Chelsea beat Arsenal in the Europa League.

Its Spurs v Liverpool in the Champions League Final this Staurday ( June 1st), ko is 8pm ( Thai time +6 hours)

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I must admit I felt a little uneasy

When she bent down to tie the laces of my shoe

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7 hours ago, duke007 said:

In the first of the two All English European Cup Finals

With all foreign managers, 2 italianos , a herman and a spaniard, all within the EU and 1(one) english player out of 22 in the starting line-ups. :biggrin:

Btw, Milan sacked Gattuso, maybe Man U should give him a call?

I hope Spurs on Saturday. 

 

 

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According to Oddschecker, the Reds are 10/11 (-110 in moneyline terms) to win the game in 90 minutes and between 4/9 and 1/2 to lift the trophy.

Meanwhile, Tottenham’s odds of securing a first Champions League crown stand between 7/4 and 13/8. A Spurs win in 90 minutes is at 16/5.

Since Mauricio Pochettino took charge of the North London club in 2014, he’s overseen just one win over Liverpool in 11 attempts.  The 4-1 win in October 2017 was Liverpool’s only loss against Spurs in the last 14 encounters, prior to which the Reds had lost five in seven against their opponents on Saturday.

The draw in 90 minutes, meanwhile, is priced at 13/5.  It is a relatively attractive option, considering four of the last nine meetings between the two have ended all square and in three of the last seven Champions League finals the two teams could not be separated in 90 minutes.

Odds on both teams to score stand at 4/6, while odds of one team keeping a clean sheet start at 11/10.

Spurs and Liverpool have both scored in five of the last six games between the two sides, which have also seen over 2.5 goals scored. Historically, both teams tend to find the net in the Champions League final. Bayern Munich was the last side to fail to score in the final, losing 2-0 to Inter Milan in 2010.

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Congrats , Liverpool and ciobha.

Not the best match but still entertaining.

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The best part of the match was this :spiteful:

 

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11 hours ago, Pdoggg said:

A rapist and a fascist; two peas in a pod.

Yup. Ronaldo can't travel to the US because of rape allegations, so we have to host Juve in August.B)

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13 hours ago, seven said:

Yup. Ronaldo can't travel to the US because of rape allegations, so we have to host Juve in August.B)

You mean those rape allegations that have been dropped against him :winking0023:


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4 hours ago, duke007 said:

You mean those rape allegations that have been dropped against him

Because they couldn't subpoena him, yes. Complicated legal stuff which I won't even pretend to understand.

 I think he can afford the right crooks lawyers to get him off the hook. Did he rape someone? Who knows, I don't. Maybe you do.

So will he be going to the US now? 

I know Ronnie can do nothing wrong in your eyes, but Neymar and Ronnie are imo from the same mold. Great players, not so much personalities.

Of course this is my opinion, I'm sure yours differs. Great isn't it, that we can have different opinions  :)

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