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jadis 05-15-2022 05:01 AM

I love this guy so much


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDbN1CDGFks

FETCHER. 05-21-2022 07:58 PM

I got infracted for this before but did anyone follow the Europa league?

jadis 05-22-2022 04:46 AM

Not really. I did hear that Rangers were traumatized by the manner of their defeat in the final

FETCHER. 05-22-2022 05:32 AM

Yeah they were lol, it was an awful way to lose a game. I think if Eintracht Frankfurt had humped them from the start to finish it would have been an easier result to take.

Although they won the trophy I think they have gained some new fans from Glasgow :).

jadis 05-22-2022 05:52 AM

Personally I find the worst way to lose is how Barcelona lost to Liverpool in the Champions League semis a few years ago: they were up 3:0 from the first leg, went to Anfield and completely collapsed, losing 4:0. That was painful to watch even as a neutral.

Trollheart 05-22-2022 10:42 AM

And then there was Man City. Went into the semi-final 3-0 or something up, and just fell apart and ended up being soundly beaten in really the last like ten minutes or so. All that work for nothing in the end. Can't say I was sorry; I support Villa but I'm a follower of Liverpool unofficially.

jadis 05-22-2022 11:24 AM

Huh I wonder if there ever was a scenario where one of the clubs you support could've done a solid for the other one and by the same stroke inflict further humiliation on City. Imagine how crazy that would've been.

FETCHER. 05-22-2022 02:08 PM

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Originally Posted by jadis (Post 2205550)
Personally I find the worst way to lose is how Barcelona lost to Liverpool in the Champions League semis a few years ago: they were up 3:0 from the first leg, went to Anfield and completely collapsed, losing 4:0. That was painful to watch even as a neutral.

Jesus, that is a kick in the guts.

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Originally Posted by Trollheart (Post 2205566)
And then there was Man City. Went into the semi-final 3-0 or something up, and just fell apart and ended up being soundly beaten in really the last like ten minutes or so. All that work for nothing in the end. Can't say I was sorry; I support Villa but I'm a follower of Liverpool unofficially.

I was quite happy to see Villa lose today and Man City to win the league :o: for no other reason than Steven Gerrard done Rangers dirty :laughing:

jadis 05-23-2022 03:56 AM

Gerard and Coutinho handing the title over to their old club is a bit over the top narrative-wise, so I'm glad City came to their senses. What a goal by Coutinho though. Brazilian magician!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKeL...hannel=ManCity

Trollheart 05-23-2022 05:13 AM

Fantastic end to the season! Couldn't have been closer really. Liverpool ****ed up early, going behind within minutes, and it looked all over, but then City were worse, going two down. Really looked for a while as if Liverpool were going to beat Man City at their own game (remember Fergie just before "AGUERRRRROOOOOOHHHHHHHHH!" ?) but in the end the Blues proved they deserved to win and came through. One point in it though!

Congrats to Leeds, who fought like demons to remain in the Prem and deserved to achieve that. Also congrats to Sunderland, who I believe came up this season so we'll be seeing the Black Cats back on Match of the Day later on in the year.

Villa even gave a good account of themselves, not folding, and made it hard for City for almost half the match. Overall brilliant and could not be happier, unless Palace and United had gone down.

:soccer:


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