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Old 19-02-2008, 02:46 PM
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Liverpool fan "we'll beat Inter 3-1 "

Chelsea fan "people ask if Ballack and Lampard can play together, for me it doesn't matter if either or both of those players are missing"


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Old 19-02-2008, 03:52 PM
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Liverpool fan "we'll beat Inter 3-1 "
Dude, I wouldn't bet against it. On paper, it doesn't look feasible, but on the evidence of recent history, this is the perfect tie for Pool. Inter are running away with the league in Italy, winning week-in, week-out, but truth be told, they've been playing very poorly for some months now.
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Old 19-02-2008, 04:04 PM
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Dude, I wouldn't bet against it. On paper, it doesn't look feasible, but on the evidence of recent history, this is the perfect tie for Pool. Inter are running away with the league in Italy, winning week-in, week-out, but truth be told, they've been playing very poorly for some months now.
I actually would have bet against them beating barca, and i'd have bet against them coming from three nil down against Milan, with Liverpool in Europe you never can tell. Weirdly enough I hope Liverpool do win, because then Rafa might stay. If they lose he might be sacked, and then they might appoint a manager who actually has a clue about the domestic game


What you think of the Chelsea fool who thinks being without Lampard would make no difference???
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What you think of the Chelsea fool who thinks being without Lampard would make no difference???
I don't have a terribly high opinion of Lampard. Much better them if he remained injured and Ballack kept getting his game.
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I don't have a terribly high opinion of Lampard. Much better them if he remained injured and Ballack kept getting his game.
fair enough, but your man said that if either or both of them were out it would make no difference

as for the Liverpool fan, he reminded me of Superior's quote yesterday

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fair enough, but your man said that if either or both of them were out it would make no difference

as for the Liverpool fan, he reminded me of Superior's quote yesterday

http://www.peoplesrepublico fcork.com/~peoplesr/forums/showpost.php?p=19027 72&postcount=4
Heh heh heh...

Yeah, silly comment by the fan. You'd want one of them.

Then again (maybe I'm giving too much credit) neither would release Essien to play as a box-to-box player, which wouldn't be all that bad.
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Old 19-02-2008, 06:48 PM
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I'd almost expect Liverpool to go through against Inter. ..I'm not a big fan of Inter ..I think they're barely a rung or two above Roma.


A lot will depend on how the best defender in the world from the last 3 years and Hyypia handle Ibrahimovic. ..and who Liverpool assign to track back on him.
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Dude, I wouldn't bet against it. On paper, it doesn't look feasible, but on the evidence of recent history, this is the perfect tie for Pool. Inter are running away with the league in Italy, winning week-in, week-out, but truth be told, they've been playing very poorly for some months now.
correct, Benitez does have a proven track record in europe, plus he has nothing to lose at this stage,
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Think liverpool will win tonight and draw away
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Padraig Power says Pool to win is 6-4 while the draw is 2-1.

I might be tempted.
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