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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby sussexpob » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:36 pm

Real 3rd might just have ended that tie
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby budgetmeansbudget » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:38 pm

Must admit I thought Madrid would struggle in that tie, and they seemed to be in trouble after going 1-0 down, but decent comeback, and probably favourites to go through now.
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby yuppie » Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:54 am

Liverpool are the top goal scorers in the champions league this season. And they have a shot at winning this season. Its just a good thing West Brom are not in the CL.

There is the real chance that 4 of the final 8 teams will come from England.

If PSG do not go through, what next for them? How much more money can they throw at the situation.
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby Gingerfinch » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:18 am

Their manager will be gone if they don't get past Madrid, but I think they will.

It'll be great if we can get 4/5 teams through to the quarters.
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby yuppie » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:40 am

Im not sure Spurs will get past Juve, can see Juve nicking a goal and winning 1-0.

Barcelona should be to strong for Chelsea, but one never knows which Chelsea will turn up. And as for United, in theory should be to strong for Seville, and im sure Jose now sees the champions league as his priority.

One thing for certain, City and Liverpool are through. United should get through and Hopefully Spurs can hold their nerve........
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby sussexpob » Thu Feb 15, 2018 11:13 am

yuppie wrote:If PSG do not go through, what next for them? How much more money can they throw at the situation.



Problem for PSG is that Neymar hasnt settled in well, and he's all but stated directly that leaving Barca to play in a dead league was a mistake. He'd go back in a heart beat I think. Its arguable if he will be the last top level player they are able to buy. Can see them selling him for a similar amount for what they bought him for in the summer.
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby budgetmeansbudget » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:52 pm

Gingerfinch wrote:Their manager will be gone if they don't get past Madrid, but I think they will.

It'll be great if we can get 4/5 teams through to the quarters.

In the quarters teams from the same league can play each other for the first time.

Haven't decided if that's a good or a bad thing in terms of English teams progressing. It guarantees one going through for sure, but prevents the chance of two progressing. On the other it stops both going out!

Four English teams in the semis, what are the odds for that?
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Re: champions league 2017-18

Postby yuppie » Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:26 pm

budgetmeansbudget wrote:
Gingerfinch wrote:Their manager will be gone if they don't get past Madrid, but I think they will.

It'll be great if we can get 4/5 teams through to the quarters.

In the quarters teams from the same league can play each other for the first time.

Haven't decided if that's a good or a bad thing in terms of English teams progressing. It guarantees one going through for sure, but prevents the chance of two progressing. On the other it stops both going out!

Four English teams in the semis, what are the odds for that?



Liverpool vs City semi would be very interesting for the neutrals..
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