Discussion in 'Football' started by Blaarev, Dec 20, 2014.
Am I meant to be making myself cross-eyed so I see a Nowegian dragon or something?
Switch to nerd-vision and mindset and have a look at the points distribution.
I think I need Spion to explain the punchline to me.
Barcelona shows us the price of success;
I paid less than 30 euro a few years back to watch them in the group stages, obv ramp up the prices as it gets to crunch time!
We'd have to change our pricing to Euros? Bloody Europe.
And add at least 3 more tiers to the ground
I'd post the answer in the form of a playlist if I could.
Those evil developers!
Barcelona looking good tonight. Still the Bayern defending is shocking. Someone likely to get sent off what with all the diving playacting and challenges going on. Suarez looking good and made both Barca's goals.
Both teams look good going forward and poor at the back, it could end up like Swindon and Sheff U
Juve doing well. Bale is making it look easy missing chances. The Real fans if you can call them that might make Bale a scapegoat if this carries on like this. I'm liking Pogba and Tevez looks dangerous. Come on Juve!!!!
I really really hope Juve wins this!
Nice one Morata. All the Madrid fans not too happy on his return to the Bernabeu Well played Juve. Who's crying now Ronaldo:icon_wink:icon_wink
Bring on Barca! Forza Juve!!
Should be a better final than having the two Spanish sides falling all over the place at the slightest touch
Suarez v Chiellini round two
Suarez v Chiellini - http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/32731752
21 year old Argentinian player dies after terrible accident during game. All league games this weekend postponed. http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/emanuel-ortega-dies-argentine-footballer-5696358 From The Independent; "A 21-year-old football player has died in Argentina after colliding with a concrete wall that surrounded the pitch. According to a report by Argentinian news agency Clarin, Emanuel Ortega was declared dead in the early hours of Thursday morning, after fracturing his skull in a match two weeks ago. Ortega, who played for San Martin de Burzaco in Argentina's fifth tier, went shoulder-to-shoulder with a player from Juventud Unida but crashed head first into a concrete wall just a meter from the touchline. Ortega had emergency surgery on a double skull fracture last week, but the news has been confirmed by staff where he was being held. Video of the harrowing incident exists, but we have chosen not to include it. On the day of the incident, San Martin manager Cristian Ferlauto said it was "crazy" and "a disgrace" to have a wall so close to the pitch. "The wall is just a metre from the line. It's crazy, there's no protection," he said. "The security measures are taken thinking about the fans, and the fence is so high so that they can't throw stones, but something are more important. "It's a disgrace." Ferlauto also absolved the opponent of blame, saying he had "no intent" to injure Ortega."
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