Barcalona vs Chelsea

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Barcalona vs Chelsea

Post by rp » 08 Feb 2005, 19:21

barcalona will not beat chelsea .

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Post by Earnie » 08 Feb 2005, 19:34

I think this will be a very good match if it was 1 leg id say your right but over 2 legs i think it will be a very different story cant wait for this match.

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Re: ha

Post by FCBarcelona » 12 Feb 2005, 02:52

rp wrote:barcalona will not beat chelsea .
I DISAGREE!!!!! BARCA ARE THE BEST AND THEY WILL PROVE EVERYONE WRONG!!!!

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Post by cfrealmadrid » 19 Feb 2005, 04:18

i predict 4-3 aggregate. barca will win it with a late goal from eto'o

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Post by rp » 27 Feb 2005, 20:25

i mean over two legs anyway. Where you from fc bacralona???

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Post by hackr17 » 06 Mar 2005, 16:00

yeh Barcelona will definitely beat chelsea
no one really likes Mourinho. He's a damn fine manager but personality wise? I don't think so
3-17-4

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Post by cfrealmadrid » 09 Mar 2005, 00:55

5-4 to chelsea. i think that says it all. barcelona played great though. too bad petr cech was better!

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Post by madridfc » 09 Mar 2005, 10:27

it was 4-2 to chelsea. kind of a let down though after the first half after seeing those 5 goals. i wasn't sure who i wanted to win because i don't really like either of them. i ended up going for barca cuz i felt sorry for them :lol:
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Post by cfrealmadrid » 10 Mar 2005, 01:25

i meant aggregate. i was just saying 5-4 because i my earlier prediction was in terms of aggregate goals. i didn't think the second half was a disappointment, by the way. i guess maybe comparing it the first half, but there were plenty of chances for barcelona to equalise, and for chelsea to win it. the difference was that chelsea took theirs and barca didn't

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Post by erivera » 10 Mar 2005, 01:50

cfrealmadrid wrote:i didn't think the second half was a disappointment, by the way. i guess maybe comparing it the first half, but there were plenty of chances for barcelona to equalise, and for chelsea to win it. the difference was that chelsea took theirs and barca didn't
I couldn't put it better myself

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Post by FCBarcelona » 10 Mar 2005, 02:58

Read FCB posts...
FORÇA BARÇA!

"I’m a player who can do absolutely anything if I am smiling and laughing. If I’m not happy, then everything becomes more of a struggle,” explained Adriano.

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Post by erivera » 10 Mar 2005, 03:03

lol

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Post by madridfc » 10 Mar 2005, 11:49

sorry about that cfrealmadrid. how does aggregate work exactly? i've been kinda confused about that. cheers
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Post by cfrealmadrid » 11 Mar 2005, 01:43

it's easy. you just add the total goals over 2 games. in the real v juve matches, for example, real madrid won their first game 1-0 at home. juventus won the second game at home, 1-0, so it was 1-1 aggregate. since it was tied, they played extra time to decide the winner. that was actually somewhat uncommon though. when the aggregate is tied, the winner is whoever scored more goals in their away leg. if it's still even, they play extra time. i hope that wasn't too complicated, i'm not so great at explaining things sometimes. but anyway, aggregate is just the total score of both games.

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Post by rp » 15 Mar 2005, 16:26

i told u they wouldnt beat chelsea

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