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Old 05-06-2015, 04:00 PM   #91
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Yea sets up the return leg in Madrid really nicely.

Engrossing stuff between Barca and Bayern so far.
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Wow. Are you guys watching this? :O
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That second Messi goal.
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Carpi and Frosinone (almost) in Serie A next year. Great stories to add to Bournemouth in England and little Eibar in La Liga


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That match was amazing. I still enjoyed whilst rooting for Bayern (though I didn't care too much)!
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Old 05-07-2015, 04:28 AM   #97
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Dammn man, Bayern lost to Messi. They were doing a good job holding back Neymar and Suarez and Neuer was being his usual amazing self... And Messi owned Bayern within a few minutes. It was a good match to watch though. Ah well, if Bayern doesn't advance, I'm rooting for Barca.

TBH anything to not make the ronaldo show win the cup again. Yuuuugh.
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Messi > Ronaldo. No question
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Barcelona 3 - Bayern Munich 0

Best game I've seen this year.
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Barcelona vs Juventus Champions League Final in Berlin June 6th, 2015!

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Barcelona just clenched the La Liga title this weekend and are on track to complete their second "treble" winning season in the club's history. Exciting times for all Barca fans!
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Until Messi can do it on a cold and frosty night vs Stoke or Hull Ron is the man!

He was amazing in the Premiership for Utd.
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Until Messi can do it on a cold and frosty night vs Stoke or Hull Ron is the man!

He was amazing in the Premiership for Utd.
Rather than using a phrase already coined by Andy Gray, give us some of your own thoughts on the matter.




Top English Premier League TV pundit and journalist Andy Gray has sensationally remarked that Barcelona’s World Player of the Year Lionel Messi would struggle to cope with the rigours of the English Premier League, and believes he could not cut it away at Stoke City.

The Sky Sports host, who enjoyed spells with Aston Villa and Everton during his playing career, was discussing the 2010 Ballon d’Or nominees during Monday evening’s broadcast of Manchester City versus Everton.

When asked by co-presenter Richard Keys whether he felt Messi and Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo would be capable of scoring so prolifically in England, Gray stated his belief that the Argentine would "struggle in a cold night at the Britiannia Stadium", referring to the home of top-flight side Stoke City. He added that "Barcelona would struggle in the EPL as they've never played the likes of Stoke."

The 55-year-old also claimed that La Liga, when compared to its English equivalent, did not have the same depth of quality, hinting that Ronaldo and Messi would labour to score as consistently, despite the former scoring 31 goals in 34 matches for Manchester United in the 2007-08 season.

Furthermore, on Ronaldo, Gray criticised the decision to omit the Portuguese from the final of the Ballon d’Or, but added that he "would not be the player that he is today had he not played in English football".
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Until Messi can do it on a cold and frosty night vs Stoke or Hull Ron is the man!

He was amazing in the Premiership for Utd.
Messi has done it on so many other occasions, and he's actually a great teamplayer, making the teams he works with better and better.


Messi >>>>>> Ronaldo.


Can't wait for the CL final. We were watching the Juve semifinal with about 100 people as we had a sporting event. The cheers when the goals fell were deafening!
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Rather than using a phrase already coined by Andy Gray, give us some of your own thoughts on the matter.




Top English Premier League TV pundit and journalist Andy Gray has sensationally remarked that Barcelona’s World Player of the Year Lionel Messi would struggle to cope with the rigours of the English Premier League, and believes he could not cut it away at Stoke City.

The Sky Sports host, who enjoyed spells with Aston Villa and Everton during his playing career, was discussing the 2010 Ballon d’Or nominees during Monday evening’s broadcast of Manchester City versus Everton.

When asked by co-presenter Richard Keys whether he felt Messi and Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo would be capable of scoring so prolifically in England, Gray stated his belief that the Argentine would "struggle in a cold night at the Britiannia Stadium", referring to the home of top-flight side Stoke City. He added that "Barcelona would struggle in the EPL as they've never played the likes of Stoke."

The 55-year-old also claimed that La Liga, when compared to its English equivalent, did not have the same depth of quality, hinting that Ronaldo and Messi would labour to score as consistently, despite the former scoring 31 goals in 34 matches for Manchester United in the 2007-08 season.

Furthermore, on Ronaldo, Gray criticised the decision to omit the Portuguese from the final of the Ballon d’Or, but added that he "would not be the player that he is today had he not played in English football".
I gawt huh numbah. How d'ya like dem apples?
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