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Sure! He is not from this planet. He is a small alien who came from the outter space to tease Real Madrid for our sins... 😀

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It will be interesting to see what Zidane what will do with RM. Frankly, I'm not sure it made sense for him to come back. He left on top and can only go down from here. Perhaps Isco will be restored as he and Solari never got along. He probably has to redo a big portion of the squad. Thank god they didn't hire Mourinho. 

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Well, the only major player that's not there from his time is CR. I'd love to see how ZZ goes about it. It's all over for them competitively for this season, so he's got nothing to account for for the next 6 months...a lot of wiggle room to restructure the squad. Rashford would be great to snare from ManU. He's got that CR "wholesome player" quality about him...better than Kane, imho.

Started reading Fear and Loathing in La Liga. Captivating!

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There’s still a Champions League going on? :lol: Thought it was over ;)

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It's coming home :lol:

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15 hours ago, mjazzg said:

It's coming home :lol:

It's been home the last three years ;)

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On 13/3/2019 at 6:46 AM, EKE BBB said:

Sure! He is not from this planet. He is a small alien who came from the outter space to tease Real Madrid for our sins... 😀

Definitely, Messi is a Martian. Three incredible plays and it's over. As usual. What a footballer!!! :alien:

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Another excellent result for Ajax: after beating Real Madrid in the last 32 they knocked out Juventus in the QF tonight, 3-2 aggregate.

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1 hour ago, J.A.W. said:

Another excellent result for Ajax: after beating Real Madrid in the last 32 they knocked out Juventus in the QF tonight, 3-2 aggregate.

Who would have thought it?

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7 hours ago, Brad said:

Who would have thought it?

Nevertheless there is no hope. This year it will be Barça winning the Champions League... :angry:

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11 hours ago, J.A.W. said:

Another excellent result for Ajax: after beating Real Madrid in the last 32 they knocked out Juventus in the QF tonight, 3-2 aggregate.

Ajax plays the best football I saw in the last years, it deserves at least the final, IMO.

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4 hours ago, EKE BBB said:

Nevertheless there is no hope. This year it will be Barça winning the Champions League... :angry:

It may be a long time before we are back at a high level. A 1-1 draw with Leganes is not very inspiring. 

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3 hours ago, Brad said:

It may be a long time before we are back at a high level. A 1-1 draw with Leganes is not very inspiring. 

Might depend on how many of the current Ajax team RM buy at the end of the season :)

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Tottenham Hotspur - Ajax 0-1. Not a brillant match but a win is beter than a loss. Ajax has a busy agenda for the rest of the season. Sunday Dutch FA cup final vs. Willem II. Wednesday the return against Tottenham. Then 2 more league games (May 12th and 15th) for the champiionchip no mistakes allowed. And hopefully CL final June first in Madrid. 

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In the Champions League there are no style points. It's just wins, wins, wins. I think Ajax has a good chance of making it to Madrid but if they face Barcelona, the blaugrana will have a strong home court advantage. 

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Ajax is phenomenal. I had no idea...

They've exposed and exploited the weakness of  Tottenham - real lack of finishers, other than Son and Kane. Lucas Moura just isn't in the same class.

 I'm looking forward to watching Ajax in the finals! They are a breath of fresh air!

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Liverpool will be hard pressed to overcome Barcelona’s advantage in the next match. 

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Messi F. C. 

What a player!

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He is a phenomenon.

Liverpool were unlucky not to score. They deserved a goal.

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They played them evenly until that second goal; Messi was in the right place at the right time. I’m sure Liverpool is tired of Spanish teams. 

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Today Ajax won the Dutch FA cup. Beating Willem II 4-0. No time to celibrate. Wednesday they got to beat Tottenham for a place in the Champions League final. 

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I could weep watching Arsenal these past few weeks. Gripless defence and just not enough attacking intent to make up for goals shipped at the other end. 

Unai is the right manager but we need a boat load of better players. On current form we don’t deserve CL football next season. Don’t get me wrong it’d be outstanding to win the Europa League but we’d only get humiliated next season by the big boys.

 

rant over......

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56 minutes ago, Clunky said:

I could weep watching Arsenal these past few weeks. Gripless defence and just not enough attacking intent to make up for goals shipped at the other end. 

Unai is the right manager but we need a boat load of better players. On current form we don’t deserve CL football next season. Don’t get me wrong it’d be outstanding to win the Europa League but we’d only get humiliated next season by the big boys.

 

rant over......

Rebuilding takes time.  They appeared lifeless yesterday. 

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No one seems to be commenting on the biggest football story of the weekend, Reading FC's heroic survival in the Championship. 

I can't think why it has gone unnoticed amongst all this talk of Ajax, Barcelona, Spurs and Arsenal...😁

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