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10-04-2012, 04:48 PM
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Swedish teams always find a way to lose. Incredible.

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Molde won 2-0 v Stuttgart

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10-04-2012, 05:05 PM
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Swedish teams always find a way to lose. Incredible.
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Have to say I am surprised by some of the standings so far after two rounds. I know it is just 2 rounds but still. The German clubs have not had a good go of it so far it seems. Group G just all of it. I know Bilbao is not what it was, but bottom of their group? Vienna with no points after 2 rounds. Just surprised by some of the results so far.

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10-04-2012, 05:07 PM
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Really strange result, we played very well. Johnson gave away the ball, a Coates own goal and a great strike cost us. Our defenders have become prone to switching off, which is something that can be solved.

Maybe Johnson is better as a left back because the position forces him to stay more aware, but for me, Jack Robinson should be the first choice left back, so how that works out I don't know.

Anyway, we haven't won two in a row in league play since December last year. Our league form is more important right now and we need to do that on Saturday.

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10-04-2012, 05:21 PM
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Club Brugge won 2-0 vs Maritimo thanks to (mini-Falcao ) Carlos Bacca who had a goal and an assist.

Genk were up 2-0 at Basel and playing very well, but then the ref decided to give Basel a hand. Gave them a penalty kick after the Basel striker had handled the ball, and then failed to disallow the tying goal.

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10-04-2012, 05:41 PM
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Way to go lads. I still dont know how Cisse scores the way he does.

Give him a penalty and he cant do **** but make it a low cross from the left he puts it off the far post.

Oh well I'll take it!

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10-04-2012, 07:30 PM
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Apparently, Sa Pinto will leave... Good lord, Sporting has been dreadful since the beginning of the season and losing 3-0 vs Videoton is just another unacceptable episode of his lack of coaching ability. Get out dude. Good player, bad coach.

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10-04-2012, 07:35 PM
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Molde won 2-0 v Stuttgart
Solskjśr's Molde I don't know how good Stuttgart are these days but great result for them.

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10-04-2012, 07:38 PM
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Stuttgart are having an epically awful season start, even by their slow starting standards.

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10-05-2012, 05:09 AM
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Way to go lads. I still dont know how Cisse scores the way he does.

Give him a penalty and he cant do **** but make it a low cross from the left he puts it off the far post.

Oh well I'll take it!
If Cisse has too much time to think, sound the alarm.

Compared with the EPL, Europa League is antiseptic football. Still, Newcastle turned up for the first half, which is a handy development. Its not insignificant that the real Cabaye resurfaced last night. Whether that signals a renaissance on his part, or merely Bordeaux being obligingly stand-offish remains to be seen. What's for certain is that Newcastle have no other midfielder capable of marshalling the play.

Shane Ferguson couldn't have picked a better moment to run into form.

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10-25-2012, 12:03 PM
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The atmosphere at NUFC-Club Brugge should be decent tonight. It's always fun when the visiting team bring a few fans.

Just before nine this morning, I was strolling to work, my route taking me past The Black Garter, a pub that even the most charitable of souls would describe as a dive. A dozen or so young lads with blue and black colours were congregating outside, appearing to be at a loss. Shortly after, I wondered past a middle-aged bloke and two extremely tall, perilously thin looking fellows who were wearing official Brugge training kit and speaking foreign gobbledygook. Up Northumberland Street, still more Belgians, all with rather uneuphoric facial expressions.

Just now, walking back home, I overheard a local speaking into his phone. The Belgians, he said, are a "boisterous" lot. Perhaps they perked up when the pubs opened...

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10-25-2012, 12:17 PM
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Yesil better start today. Although I guess if he doesn't I can watch Gladbach shoot themselves in the foot.

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10-25-2012, 01:29 PM
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Maribor has some sick jerseys and I was going to cheer for them just because of that, but holy crap do they dive every 3 seconds of gameplay. Tottenham has dove a few times, but Maribor dives every play.

The referee is amazing though. He's not calling anything - the ******* are both clubs should stop diving soon.

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What a great goal by Maribor

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Maribor, purple and yellow

Well run club, one of the few properly run clubs in former Yugoslavia, hope they do well

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Really scrappy goal for Tottenham

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10-25-2012, 03:05 PM
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Yesil better start today. Although I guess if he doesn't I can watch Gladbach shoot themselves in the foot.
No start, first team lineup. On the bench though.

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Gladbach it is then.

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Glen Johnson with a pretty bad dive after he air kicked on a great opportunity

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10-25-2012, 04:01 PM
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On the back of this performance I'd like to see Assaidi start more in the league so we don't burn out Sterling. As it looks now we have a possibility for a 17 turning 18 year old to play 40+ games. That can't be good for him.

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On the back of this performance I'd like to see Assaidi start more in the league so we don't burn out Sterling. As it looks now we have a possibility for a 17 turning 18 year old to play 40+ games. That can't be good for him.
Assaidi has impressed so far today, so I think I agree with this. But if Rodgers thinks Sterling can handle it, I trust him. I really want to see Yesil get a run out today.

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Is Jack Robinson hurt? I like him a lot, wish he'd play more.

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Not hurt. I think Brendan feels an obligation to play his best team at home, so I suppose Robinson is not part of that.

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