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The Greatest Football Club is?

Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Ben W, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. J.A.B.

    J.A.B. New Member

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    Anyone notice the player and team of the PRemierhip year? John Terry got the award, what do you think of the team?

    GK - Cech
    RB - G. Neville
    RCB - Terry
    LCB - Ferdinand
    LB - Ashley Cole
    RWM - Wright-Phillips
    RM - Gerrard
    LM - Lampard
    LWM - Robben
    RS - Henry
    LS - Andy Johnson
     
  2. Ulsterman

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    That is typical Man U and what makes me ABU, - their arrogance is breathtaking. They cannot stomach the fact that they are third rate, when they go down they always get physical as Scholes antics typified last week, and Fergie always strarts whining about and putting pressure on referees. Today he said the only way Man U would get a penalty was if one of their players was shot. By all accounts they should have had a penalty agianst Newcastle Utd, but that's football - it goes both ways.
     
  3. Ulsterman

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    Gary Neville :confused: Otherwise OK. Surprised Rooney didn't make the line up though.
     
  4. Ezekiel

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    Yeah i saw that. At least there is a Liverpool man on the team even if he isn't going to be a Liverpool man for very much longer.
    How did Neville make the team? Surely there is someone better thatn him.
    Andy Johnson deserves it. He has scored almost everyone of Palace's goals and they don't score that many.
     
  5. Ulsterman

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    I thought he was Liverpool's team!!
    :D
     
  6. J.A.B.

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    yeah right, Liverpool's CL hopes rest on the shoulders of one man: LUIS GARCIA. he is a sensation
     
  7. J.A.B.

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    ok, here is my idea of Champions League team of the year

    GK- Dida
    RB- Cafu
    RCB- Alex
    LCB- Terry
    LB- Carvalho
    RWM- Luis Garcia
    RAM- Ballack
    LAM- Lampard
    LWM- Ronaldinho
    RS- Schevchenko
    LS- Drogba (maybe Adriano???)
     
  8. Ulsterman

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    Drogba :confused: i wouldn't even play him on the Chelsea team. The man cannot score unless the ball is on the crossline, with the goalie outside the 18 yard box. i am hoping he does much better next season. I would put Cech in goals though. And what about Robben - there is aman who lights up any game!
     
  9. Ezekiel

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    Robben hasn't played much in the Champions League because of his injuries.

    Stephen Gerrard isn't the whole Liverpool side. In fact, i like Xabi Alsonso or Luis Garcia better than him.

    I think Drogba kicks. get it? he plays soccer so he kicks? I know it was corny. Anyway i think he is he is really good but i would go for Adriano for the striker.
     
  10. J.A.B.

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    Robben has been virtually non existent in the CL. but drogba, i put him there because he is a truly great striker. does he score great goals? no. but i have never seen a better player this year to set up his teammates in scoring positions, and is the best headerer. as for Cech, he allowed five (four ACTUALLY, i dont count the cheesy Ballack penalty in the first leg) goals against Bayern Munich, and four against Barca. Dida hasnt allowed a single goal in the knockout rounds.
     
  11. Squire Robertsson

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    The San Jose Eathquakes.
     
  12. Ezekiel

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    Earthquakes huh? I am a Chicago Fire man myself in the MLS. They haven't had a bad season until the last two games.
     
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    Emmetsburg E'Hawks
     
  14. 4His_glory

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    I am a Fire fan in the MLS as well. They have been doing pretty good lately.
     
  15. Squire Robertsson

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    Who says all we can talk about is the EPL.
     
  16. 4His_glory

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    Thats right! I know the MLS is looked down upon by the rest of the world, but hey it is the start of soccer gainning popularity in the US, it does provide some interesting games, and it has improved the US national team- somthing that was noticable in the last World Cup. (even though the rest of the world thinks the US team doing as well as they did was a fluke)
     
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