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  • jason n jason n Apr 28, 2008 23:10 Flag

    Manure v Barca

    IMO I really do think Barca will get through, United are gonna be soooo scared of leaving any room for Messi, Deco, Eto, Henry ETC ETC... Its gonna be a tight game, but can see Barca getting the all important away goal.

    1 v 1 again me thinks (same as CFC & LFC game)

    What do u guys think?

    YNWA

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    • That will REALLY leave the bin dipping Freegans with a disjointed face then..... LOL

      Fooked in the league PMSL and then out of CL FPMSL

      Big alex is really gonna hit the bottle then, his nose might just explode then, it already looks like its at breaking point.


      YNWA

      • 2 Replies to jason n
      • I agree, Barca have too much for United. Tactically, Utd have always been lacking in Europe and I can definitely see Barca scoring. Recently Utd have failed to beat and unable to keep clean sheets against Middlesbrough, Blackburn and Chelsea, what makes them think they can beat, and more importantly keep a clean sheet against Barca?

      • I agree, Barca have too much for United. Tactically, Utd have always been lacking in Europe and I can definitely see Barca scoring. Recently Utd have failed to beat and unable to keep clean sheets against Middlesbrough, Blackburn and Chelsea, what makes them think they can beat, and more importantly keep a clean sheet against Barca?

    • Barca without Ronaldinho are like Roma without Totti - they have no cutting edge.

      62% possession - 13 shots, 3 on target.

      I can see our game being equally one-sided, but I hope we show more bite than Barca did tonight.

    • I agree, Barca have too much for United. Tactically, Utd have always been lacking in Europe and I can definitely see Barca scoring. Recently Utd have failed to beat and unable to keep clean sheets against Middlesbrough, Blackburn and Chelsea, what makes them think they can beat, and more importantly keep a clean sheet against Barca?

    • I agree, Barca have too much for United. Tactically, Utd have always been lacking in Europe and I can definitely see Barca scoring. Recently Utd have failed to beat and were unable to keep clean sheets against Middlesbrough, Blackburn and Chelsea, what makes them think they can beat, and more importantly keep a clean sheet against Barca?

    • No faker, just doubts.

    • I am sure that Man United will draw 0-0 at the Nou Camp and Man United will win easily 2-0 at Old Trafford.

      Ronaldo is in the staring line up so I am sure he will get a few goals for United.

      With Tevez in the centre of attack and Giggs on his right and Ronaldo on the left they should do well together.

      Your Regards Jack

    • I am sure that Man United will draw 0-0 at the Nou Camp and Man United will win easily 2-0 at Old Trafford.

      Ronaldo is in the staring line up so I am sure he will get a few goals for United.

      With Tevez in the centre of attack and Giggs on his right and Ronaldo on the left they should do well together.

      Your Regards Jack

    • I'm expecting the Mancs to go through also, but don't think its a sure thing. Their form as been off as lately, and if its Tevez and not Rooney not sure its going to be so easy. Also, Giggs has been hot and cold lately.

      Big question is can Barca find their shooting boots. Fine play in the first leg, but not much on the final touch. I'm sure they will have more room this time round and Fergie will not be planting so many bodies behind the ball as he did in the first match, and with Brown in the CB role, they could easily get in with a touch of magic from Messi or Henry. They get ahead, and it will be their turn to sit behind the ball, and United might be in trouble.

    • I'm expecting the Mancs to go through also, but don't think its a sure thing. Their form as been off as lately, and if its Tevez and not Rooney not sure its going to be so easy. Also, Giggs has been hot and cold lately.

      Big question is can Barca find their shooting boots. Fine play in the first leg, but not much on the final touch. I'm sure they will have more room this time round and Fergie will not be planting so many bodies behind the ball as he did in the first match, and with Brown in the CB role, they could easily get in with a touch of magic from Messi or Henry. They get ahead, and it will be their turn to sit behind the ball, and United might be in trouble.

    • Jack what do you mean United will draw 0-0 at the Nou Camp, we already played that one.