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Re: European Champions League 2008/2009

Post by swca92 » 06 May 2009, 20:51

Unbelievable-Chelsea have gone ballistic. Don't blame them, the referee was terrible, Chelsea could have had 2 or 3 penalties and he sent off Abidal for nothing. Great strike from Iniesta though, worthy of winning any match.

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Re: European Champions League 2008/2009

Post by JoostLamers » 06 May 2009, 20:54

swca92 wrote:Unbelievable-Chelsea have gone ballistic. Don't blame them, the referee was terrible, Chelsea could have had 2 or 3 penalties and he sent off Abidal for nothing. Great strike from Iniesta though, worthy of winning any match.

True, they should have had 2 penalties, and it surely wasn't a red card! But Chelsea have had a lot of oppurtunities to make another goal! Drogba should have scored the 2-0, brilliant move on Pique and then one on one, should have been a goal for sure!

We got a lovely final in Rome on our hands now, I really don;t car who's going to win, Barça my favourite team in Spain, Man Utd my favourite team in England..
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Re: European Champions League 2008/2009

Post by swca92 » 06 May 2009, 21:00

Barcelona had one shot on target-the goal. Conspiracy theorists will say the ref was bribed, Chelsea fans will moan, but what a game for the neutral (i.e me and Joost).

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Re: European Champions League 2008/2009

Post by JoostLamers » 06 May 2009, 21:29

swca92 wrote:Conspiracy theorists will say the ref was bribed

Then he would have given Abidal a yellow card :zz:
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Re: European Champions League 2008/2009

Post by theo » 12 May 2009, 21:00

one the best moments, iniesta's strike :D:D:D really great great final.

i was going to watch it in rome, but all 500 $ tickets are already sold out, the rest are 3500 $ and + tickets, so i better watch it at home :P

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Re: German Bundesliga

Post by theo » 12 May 2009, 21:05

well i love bayern munich, they have such great great players, always linking them to juventus :P my favourite team, players like Ribery, who is really gonna end up being a great great player, schweinsteiger,luca toni, klose, Oddo :D i also like werder bremen,because they're gonna sell us Diego :P i think its a done deal, i never tought of him of a great player, but this year, he was magnificent, he lead the team along pizzaro to the uefa cup final :D diego will be nedved's replacement, more active, more lively, he'll be a great great add for juve. i still just hope we get ribery, he is a truly king:D

well sure, the greatest leagues to watch are spanish and english, too many goals, too many bad defence... :P but they have such big names, because of the money they got, but still i feel in italy like in germany, the passion watching the games is very big... the fans might kill each other on every game:P

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Re: Red Bull Air Race - Anyone else follow it?

Post by Silver Shadow » 13 May 2009, 01:51

I was at the season opener in Abu Dhabi and might be at the race in Windsor, ON to cover it...
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Re: FA Premier League 2008-09

Post by phil1993 » 16 May 2009, 13:44

Man Utd champions with a goalless draw against Arsenal

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Re: FA Premier League 2008-09

Post by JoostLamers » 16 May 2009, 18:22

Go Manchester!! !yahoo:
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Re: Favorite Sports

Post by milo of croton » 17 May 2009, 09:14

My favourite sports are motorsports, snooker, football, rugby, ice hockey, wrestling and darts. I also watch other sports on telly.

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Re: worst sports

Post by milo of croton » 17 May 2009, 09:23

I like every kind of sports. So I don't hate any kind of sports. But I don't understand cricket. :huh: I know the baseball rules in generally, so I know what baseball is about, but cricket!? Not a clue about that.

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Re: Thai boxing/MMA/ Any martial arts

Post by not-a-tad-bad » 17 May 2009, 22:35

I did XMA, until they stopped it at my local club. Before that I got up to a red prajed in muay thai boxing. Now I train in kendo occasionly, which is japanese sword fighting. I did taekwondo, but stopped at blue belt, and did karate for a year :) Judo I got bored after two lessons :P
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Re: Tennis

Post by megasyxx » 19 May 2009, 20:44

finally, federer got one over nadal - @ the 2009 madrid masters, straight sets win......i'd rather have federer win a grandslam though.
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Re: Tennis

Post by iceman1 » 20 May 2009, 18:57

megasyxx wrote:finally, federer got one over nadal - @ the 2009 madrid masters, straight sets win......i'd rather have federer win a grandslam though.

yeah very nice :thumbsup: Just waiting for Roland Garros :)

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Re: Tennis

Post by megasyxx » 21 May 2009, 17:57

yeah, the last piece of the puzzle for absolute tennis greatness.
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