Jam King wrote:just looking at those amazing serie A results
Imagine watching the italian version of match of the day, snore !!!!!!!
Steve1977 wrote:Hi John. With Blues it's a bit of a strange one. We are essentially a rag tag bunch of a team which consists of free transfers - in other words, players who other clubs didnt want - mostly anyway. Burke is a very good player and so is the Midfielder from France (N'daw). Our players are not 'names' but they'v been given a chance and they seem to be taking it.
In every game we are growing and I put this down to Chris Hughton. The guy seems to have got us playing a simple game...you pass the ball to your opponent you make a run, he passes back to you. It's not clever with marauding runs but neither is it one dimensional long ball. With a hectic domestic league he is rotating the squad but given how Blues are starved of European football, anybody that plays seems to be taking it with both hands.
If truth be told i dont see us getting any further than the next round...but to be in the group stage is cheeky of us considering the upheaval behind the scenes that has been going on. Hughton has got us aiming for wins in every game although we'r far from favourites in any game we play due to the rag-tag nature of our team.
hogstrom wrote:Unsure here, did not Chris Houghton do a decent job at Newcastle and then sacked?
hogstrom wrote:Can we hope for a rewiew from the match Bayern M vs Herta as well, Alex?
They (Bayern) really seem to be a class above the others this season. Watched Bremen vs Dortmund and Dortmund were lucky winning that fixture, i doubt they´ll repeat last season.
Missed this. Well, I would have praised Bayern highly, but then a week later they lose. I still can't quite take Hannover seriously. Anyway, Bayern has a very good midfield now, even if both Robben and Ribery are injured they pose a real threat. Though Ribery was on fire vs Hertha, after the early 3-0 lead nearly everybody stopped playing, but Ribery couldn't get enough. They also gained more stability at the back and Neuer might be the best goalie in the world at the moment. Dortmund is on the way up again, they also have a very good and still extremely young team. Behind those two I'd now say Schalke is good for third place, a bit weak at the back, have to see if Hildebrand is still any good.
hogstrom wrote:Shocking, Barcelona had a player sent off - at home! I have no idea when that happened last, but it must have been a long time ago. Maybe Rodolfo have any idea when last time that occured?
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