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  1. Seems keenan took his summer holiday early Interesting game tonight which is quite hard to call. Klopp hoping to avoid his 4th European final defeat in a row or Spurs trying become only the 2nd new winner of the trophy since 1997
  2. Going for an Emery win in this one.
  3. So, the Champions League season 18/19. The teams have been placed, who do you fancy? Can Real make it 4 in a row? Will we see a non Spanish winner for the first time in 5 years? Why is Lokomotiv Moscow top seeded? Grupp A: Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco, Club Brügge. Grupp B: Barcelona, Tottenham, PSV Eindhoven, Inter. Grupp E; Paris SG, Napoli, Liverpool, Red Star. Grupp D; Lokomotiv Moscow, Porto, Schalke 04, Galatasaray Grupp E: Bayern Münich, Benfica, Ajax, AEK Aten. Grupp F: Manchester City, Sjachtar Donestk, Lyon, Hoffenheim Grupp G: Real Madrid, Roma, CSKA Moscow, Viktoria Plzen. Grupp H: Juventus, Manchester United, Valencia, Young Boys
  4. With no proper competitions this summer, FIFA and UEFA are offering us who are suffering from footy withdrawal the Confederations Cup and the Euro U-21 tournaments. Kicking off this weekend in Russia and Poland respectively. The Confederations Cup or "World Cup prelude" contains hosts Russia, along with Portugal and Mexico in group A And World Champions Germany along with Australia, Cameroon and Chile in group B. It's a cute nothing competition used to check the state of the stadiums and organizations ahead of the big WC and is mostly remembered for the Roberto Carlos free kick back in 97 ahead of the France WC Still, it's football. The Euro U-21's is played in Poland, and since UEFA likes to change thing around and make things complicated it has 3 groups containing 4 teams each. Group A has raining champs Sweden , host Poland, Slovakia and England. Group B has Portugal, Spain, Serbia and Macedonia Group C has Germany, Denmark, Italy and the Czech Republic. The opening game is played as I type, between Sweden and England and our own Jack Grealish is on the bench. Sweden shocked everyone and won the tournament last time out, but won't repeat it this time (bar a miracle) since we've had almost 40 players turning down the chance to defend the gold due to various reasons. 4-5 players in the squad can be considered regulars at this level. The England squad looks pretty good on paper, as does losing finalists Portugal. Italy, Germany and Spain all have amazing squads on paper and must be considered favorites IMO. The 2015 tournament is probably the most fun I've had watching football in a very long time, obviously in large part down to Sweden winning it in the end and the great yellow wall of Swedish fans who traveled down to Czechia.
  5. Last 16 Man City v Monaco Real Madrid v Napoli Benfica v Dortmund Bayern Munich v Arsenal Porto v Juventus Leverkusen v A Madrid PSG v Barcelona Sevilla v Leicester
  6. It's on BT Showcase and Rio Ferdinand is wearing a bow tie.
  7. 4.45 BT Sport Europe/Sky Sports News Could see Jose going back to Real or any English side facing Rinaldo and co The pots One: Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Chelsea, Juventus, Paris St. Germain, Zenit, PSV Eindhoven Two: Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Porto, Valencia Three: CSKA Moscow, Dynamo Kiev, Lyon, Olympiakos, Galatasaray, Roma, Shakhtar Donetsk, Sevilla Four: Astana, BATE Borisov, Borussia Monchengladbach, Wolfsburg, Dinamo Zagreb, Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Gent, Malmo
  8. Group A: Ajax, Celtic, Fenerbahçe, Molde Group B: Rubin Kazan, Liverpool, Bordeaux, Sion Group C: Dortmund, PAOK, Krasnodar, Qäbälä Group D: Napoli, Club Brugge, Legia, Midtjylland Group E: Villarreal, Plzeň, Rapid Wien, Dinamo Minsk Group F: Marseille, Braga, Liberec, Groningen Group G: Dnipro, Lazio, St-Étienne, Rosenborg Group H: Sporting, Beşiktaş, Lokomotiv Moskva, Skënderbeu Group I: Basel, Fiorentina, Lech, Belenenses Group J: Tottenham, Anderlecht, Monaco, Qarabağ Group K: Schalke, APOEL, Sparta Praha, Asteras Group L: Athletic, AZ, Augsburg, Partizan
  9. I think Barcelona will retain the trophy this year, what do you guys think?
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