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Carnivore Chris

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  1. Argentina are the obvious favourites as they have recently won 3 trophies and have only lost twice in about 5 years, but Uruguay look solid and Colombia are in fantastic form, currently 22 games unbeaten. You can never rule out Brazil either, as they have the talent there. But they don't really convince me as a team. In fact, they have recently been beaten by all 3 of the mentioned sides(Argentina, Colombia & Uruguay) themselves in the South American qualifiers. Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia are easily the 3 favourites. It would be great if Colombia won it though.
  2. There is also a lack of yer Henrys and yer Lampards. @Spike
  3. I wouldn't say winning this would have been worth alot more to them. They have won the Europa League before(when it was the UEFA Cup) but this was their first ever Bundesliga title after being labelled 'Neverkusen' for decades. They also may win their domestic Cup at the weekend, which would top off a great season. Hopefully for them, this result won't negatively affect their performance, after being unbeaten for so long.
  4. They should lock her in a cage with chimpanzees.
  5. Where did they have more rights before that? The middle east? Uganda?
  6. Girona can be proud of what they have acomplished this season, whatever happens from here. They will finish with 70+ points and in a Champions League spot, something that nobody would have predicted at the start of the season.
  7. Barring no injuries against Madrid in the Clásico, I'm guessing this will be the line up:- Ter Stegen Koundé -- Araújo -- Cubarsi -- Cancelo Pedri -- de Jong -- Gundogan Yamal -- Lewandowski -- Raphinha That's a actually a strong line up.
  8. It's FC Barcelona. But I think your opinion about Barcelona's era is shared by everyone to be honest mate. That will be tough to surpass.
  9. My last 2 came through in my 30s. I had a bit of pain with one coming through as it slightly impacted but nothing major. The others came though with zero pain.
  10. Good result from Barça last night. A well deserved victory but it was frustrating to concede 2 as the team actually defended well over the 90 minutes and didn't deserve to go 2-1 down for me. Great comeback from there however. Barcelona in recent years have folded and ended up recieving hammering in those types of moments. Raphinha has been a different player lately also and is playing like the player who he was supposed to be when signed. Class performance by him. I can now see why @Lucas loved him at Leeds. He just needed time to adjust it seems. Pedri and de Jong back is massive. You'd expect Pedri to start in the 2nd leg over Sergi Roberto. Xavi deserves credit for the subs. Pedri came on and played a lovely pass to assist Raphinha almost instantly, then Christensen came on and scored the winner 2 minutes later. The problem with it only being 3-2 is that it can easily be overturned by a player of Mbappe's quality, even Dembélé, so the team need to be at their best in the second leg, as do the fans. The Olympic stadium isn't Camp Nou either.
  11. Both are likeable clubs, so it's a shame in many ways that both couldn't have won it, although that is obviously not possible.
  12. Athletic certainly think of the fans. They have done well very overall throughout their history, having never been relegated ever and winning 24 Copas del rey and 8 leagues. Interestingly none of them, before Sunday night, had come in the last 40 years.
  13. Athletic Club beat Mallorca on pens in the end, to finally lift the Copa del rey(their 25th), 40 years later and 6 finals lost since they last lifted it.
  14. They've got the players and they have nothing else to fight for this season, the league is too far away for them and they were recently knocked out of the Copa del rey by Athletic.
  15. I hope they do, just because it would be the perfect end for Klopp. The Europa league is probably going to Anfield as well.
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