Discussion in 'Soccer Forum' started by Arnau, Aug 5, 2016.
it's a very good line
Talking of Kluivert and Zidane feels like it's late 1990s or early 2000s again.
First repeat Champions League winners being Real Madrid would be fitting, but Buffon finally winning the Champions League would be a beautiful thing for football.
Brilliant move by Barça gifting Dani Alves to Juventus and Sandro to Málaga so they took real Madrid the double.
not your fault Alves left for a bigger club that kind of thing happens all the time
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Zidane: overrated as player and underrated as coach.
He is very good managing a very conflictive squad.
He is a good leader and knows how to deal with the squad. The fact that he is a Madrid legend also helps. But he's garbage in terms of coaching. With that squad Madrid should play a much better football.
Madrid plays brilliant football
They might win La Liga and the CL, becoming the first ever club to repeat, under his management. How the fuck can you be so biased to think there is anything more than can be expected of him?
If he pulls this off he will become a much larger piece of history than Pep, assuming he isn't already due to a superior playing career.
The 12th. Back to back UCLs and the la liga, what a season. Zidane's a master, a galactico for the galacticos he'll complete the treble next year. It almost feels that the throne in the bernabeu was meant for him.
Surely now Ronaldo will win the ballon d'Or
And let's not forget his rapid scoring to become top scorer in the CL, CR7 winning europe's best player award now is certain.
"Real Madrid were lucky this season."
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I dont think so
Now we really need Dybala or Mbappe
Balanced draw. Juve-Barca is the definitely the highlight fixture. Groups C and H are the toughest. G is the most open.
Why did Juve change their crest? This current one reminds me of the Kellogg's special K logo. It's terrible.
WTF!!!! DORTMUND AGAIN??? well tottenham will be still playing at wembley so they won't be at their best. I hope so at least...
Liverpool have the easiest group. Shame on them if they are eliminated early
Same for City
Madrid have a hard group..
Took the liberty of changing the thread title so this becomes the permanent thread for general CL discussion.
Expectations for matchweek one? Here go mine:
AS Roma x Atl. Madrid
Barcelona x Juventus
Benfica x CSKA Moscow
Celtic x PSG
Chelsea x Qarabag
Manchester Utd x Basel
Olympiakos x Sporting
FC Porto x Besiktas
Feyenoord x Manchester City
Liverpool x Sevilla
Maribor x Sp. Moscow
Leipzig x Monaco
Real Madrid x APOEL
Shakhtar x Napoli
Tottenham x Dortmund
Predictions in bold.
Spurs match should be the most thrilling fixture out of those...too bad I won't be watching it because FC Porto.
Wow, City dropping points would be a big result for Feyenoord.
All the Portuguese teams undefeated is , but definitely possible.
Spurs' Wembley woes may be an issue against Dortmund. Imagine an Aubameyang smash and grab.
Monaco are blowing hot and cold, so no one knows if they'll show up in the Champions League this year. Obviously Naby Keita and Timo Werner being in form spells trouble. I'm curious to see if Monaco's own Keita (Balde) plays. A Senegalese playing in the French league is normal. But a very talented Spanish born Barca and Lazio youth product making his Champions League debut is another matter.
Speaking of Barca, it's hard to tell if they are ready to face Juve. I could see that match ending in a draw.
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