El classico

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rp
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El classico

Post by rp » 08 Apr 2005, 15:41

Whos going to win then? Barca or real?

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Post by Maradona » 08 Apr 2005, 16:27

I want Real Madrid CF to win this match after their humiliating defeat at Camp Nou (3-0). If they win the match that means the LA LIGA title race isn't over. I like it when it's a tight competition.
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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Post by soccer11 » 09 Apr 2005, 19:25

I hope real madrid also wins because i want a close race as well. I think they will bring everything to this game and win it because they don't want to get embarrassed, again. This seems like a good game for Ronaldo to break out of his slump.
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Post by Maradona » 09 Apr 2005, 21:20

Is Ronaldinho playing in the "El Classico"? I heard he has stomach bug. I just hope he plays.
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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Post by HJK » 09 Apr 2005, 23:40

Luxemburgo is playing Raul Ronaldo and Owen , but sitting figo
so i expect alot of goals in this game but Barca is going to win

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Post by rp » 10 Apr 2005, 09:25

Its going to b good to see all 3 of them start.

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Post by FCBarcelona » 10 Apr 2005, 15:31

I am hoping for Barcelona to win, Real is dangerous because they are desperate to win.
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 Maradona » 10 Apr 2005, 19:36

Sorry Barca your hopes didn't come true even though Barca was the strong side at Bernabeu. The Catalayan Giants were demolished and Real are 6 pts away from FC Barcelona. I couldn't see the match (stupid cable providers) but I won't see the replay of the match 'cause the results are out already. I heard Zidane headed the opening goal and Ronaldo scored his first home goal in 82 days. Owen and Raul scored too. What a comeback!
Luxembourgo did the right thing to place 3 strikers.

Real Madrid 4-2 Barcelona

7'-Zidane ---------- 29'-Eto'o
20'-Ronaldo---------72'-Ronaldinho
45'-Raúl
65'-Owen
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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