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    Post by Kuled on Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:04 am

    Juve still unbeaten.
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    Post by Weather130 on Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:25 am

    Kuled wrote:Juve still unbeaten.

    Yes they are but if Roma cared a little more they could have easily lost it. That was a sad penalty and it seemed that once it was saved no one on Roma really cared about the ball. That penalty has to be on a list for poor penalty attempts.
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    Post by Schnix on Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:04 pm

    Weather130 wrote:
    Kuled wrote:Juve still unbeaten.

    Yes they are but if Roma cared a little more they could have easily lost it. That was a sad penalty and it seemed that once it was saved no one on Roma really cared about the ball. That penalty has to be on a list for poor penalty attempts.

    totti's been a bit too predictable with his penalties for the past 2 seasons. its always the lower left. it's getting on a lot of people's nerves lately

    but you can't say no one cared. we would've lose 4-0 if no one cared. with players like viviani in the starting lineup, and players like derossi and taddei along the backline, we had to play a bit more conservative. we cant press as much as we usually do or else we'll leave gaps in behind. juve have better players on paper than ours today. the only reason our players managed a draw was because they cared more
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    Post by Schnix on Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:12 pm

    derossi defended with his heart on his badge, heinze as well. pjanic/viviani worked their asses off trying to close down pirlo, not to mention viviani's only 19 and making his debut against the biggest team in italy. we did the best we could with the players available to us. if you look at our bench, you'll realize how damaged we are with injuries. ppl think arsenal have it bad having to play with 2 centerbacks on fullback (ohh noooooo Rolling Eyes )... whereas we have 4 centerbacks out injured and have to resort to using midfielders and wingers along our backline. our backline today was the equivalent of "walcott wilshere squillaci gibbs"
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    Post by Weather130 on Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:52 am

    Schnix wrote:
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    Yes they are but if Roma cared a little more they could have easily lost it. That was a sad penalty and it seemed that once it was saved no one on Roma really cared about the ball. That penalty has to be on a list for poor penalty attempts.

    totti's been a bit too predictable with his penalties for the past 2 seasons. its always the lower left. it's getting on a lot of people's nerves lately

    but you can't say no one cared. we would've lose 4-0 if no one cared. with players like viviani in the starting lineup, and players like derossi and taddei along the backline, we had to play a bit more conservative. we cant press as much as we usually do or else we'll leave gaps in behind. juve have better players on paper than ours today. the only reason our players managed a draw was because they cared more

    Well I think at that time no one really cared until it was too late. Since the keeper did not catch the ball I thought someone would have hurried up to try to score the rebound. Although a goal off that that rebound was not certain but someone should have tried harder to get control of the ball before the keeper could.
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    Post by Weather130 on Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:34 pm

    Another thread that needs updated which will happen right now

    Doxa Dhama finally won 1-0 v Asteras Tripoli, and FC Porto finally lost @ Gil Vicente 1-3.

    I have never have had a chance to watch Doxa play but it seems when they are their best they can play some high quality anti-football.

    @ AEK Athens 0-0
    v Olympiacos 0-0
    v Panionios 0-0



    OP to be updated shortly.
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    Post by Kuled on Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:03 pm

    Kuled wrote:Juve still unbeaten.
    Almost 2 months later..Still unbeaten clap
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    Post by Mouse on Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:09 pm

    We're unbeaten at home shifty
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    Post by El_indian on Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:29 pm

    Sheriff Tiraspol not worthy
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    Post by Weather130 on Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:56 am

    I must say Manchester City has some very sick home form; 11-0-0 34 goals for and only 6 goals against.
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    Post by Jordi on Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:58 am

    Mc Babel wrote:We're unbeaten at home shifty
    How many have you won though? Laughing
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    Post by Weather130 on Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:06 pm

    Well I had to update this thread and notice most of ther larger teams like Benfica fell off the list of unbeatens
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    Post by Phadunkin Donuts on Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:07 pm

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    Post by Gegilworld93 on Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:08 am

    Still Juve not worthy
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    Post by Kuled on Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:55 am

    Kuled wrote:
    Kuled wrote:Juve still unbeaten.
    Almost 2 months later..Still unbeaten clap
    Another month later, still unbeaten not worthy
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    Post by Guest on Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:20 am

    man u unbeaten in the knockout stages of cl
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    Post by Zzonked on Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:24 am

    kyro7 wrote:man u unbeaten in the knockout stages of cl

    Fort it was against the rules to say 'man u' as it's clearly not an abbreviation of man united, but some insult against munich for some reason? scratch
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    Post by Guest on Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:35 am

    Zzonked wrote:
    kyro7 wrote:man u unbeaten in the knockout stages of cl

    Fort it was against the rules to say 'man u' as it's clearly not an abbreviation of man united, but some insult against munich for some reason? scratch
    I'm not sure if you're being serious in this post or not.
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    Post by Phadunkin Donuts on Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:54 am

    Only glory supporters say man u.

    True supporters say Man Utd
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    Post by Zzonked on Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:12 am

    kyro7 wrote:
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    kyro7 wrote:man u unbeaten in the knockout stages of cl

    Fort it was against the rules to say 'man u' as it's clearly not an abbreviation of man united, but some insult against munich for some reason? scratch
    I'm not sure if you're being serious in this post or not.

    Sort of. I get that you weren't saying it seriously, but I'm still wondering is it a munich insult? No one's ever really explained it to me.
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    Post by Guest on Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:44 am

    Zzonked wrote:
    kyro7 wrote:
    Zzonked wrote:
    kyro7 wrote:man u unbeaten in the knockout stages of cl

    Fort it was against the rules to say 'man u' as it's clearly not an abbreviation of man united, but some insult against munich for some reason? scratch
    I'm not sure if you're being serious in this post or not.

    Sort of. I get that you weren't saying it seriously, but I'm still wondering is it a munich insult? No one's ever really explained it to me.

    ManU is not a term United fans refer to themselves as. The term is only used by other supporters as a complete and utter insult to our club. The "u" is meant to be "you" by the rival fans.

    An early example of its usage is this chant by West Brom fans: "Duncan Edwards is manure, rotting in his grave, man you are manure- rotting in your grave". The origin of "ManU" is a song to insult the dead Duncan Edwards.

    Liverpool and Leeds fans copied this with their own man you /u versions to insult all of the lads who died at munich.

    "ManU ManU went on a plane ManU ManU never came back again"

    and..

    "ManU Never Intended Coming Home" (if you combine the first letter of each word you get the word "munich").

    I hope this makes it clearer that saying manU is an insult, particularly to the older supporters and to see United fans using it now is shameful. I hope a few might read this, understand and spread the word.

    So... Please REFRAIN from using this term ever again!

    I don't really see it as an insult to Munich when other fans say it though, just a short use for United, so doesn't bother me, though I'm gonna be honest when I see United fans call us Man U it does annoy me. Laughing
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    Post by Sean on Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:46 am

    What a load of shit Laughing
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    Post by Guest on Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:46 am

    Okay Sean.
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    Post by Gegilworld93 on Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:37 am

    kyro7 wrote:
    Zzonked wrote:

    Sort of. I get that you weren't saying it seriously, but I'm still wondering is it a munich insult? No one's ever really explained it to me.

    ManU is not a term United fans refer to themselves as. The term is only used by other supporters as a complete and utter insult to our club. The "u" is meant to be "you" by the rival fans.

    An early example of its usage is this chant by West Brom fans: "Duncan Edwards is manure, rotting in his grave, man you are manure- rotting in your grave". The origin of "ManU" is a song to insult the dead Duncan Edwards.

    Liverpool and Leeds fans copied this with their own man you /u versions to insult all of the lads who died at munich.

    "ManU ManU went on a plane ManU ManU never came back again"

    and..

    "ManU Never Intended Coming Home" (if you combine the first letter of each word you get the word "munich").

    I hope this makes it clearer that saying manU is an insult, particularly to the older supporters and to see United fans using it now is shameful. I hope a few might read this, understand and spread the word.

    So... Please REFRAIN from using this term ever again!

    I don't really see it as an insult to Munich when other fans say it though, just a short use for United, so doesn't bother me, though I'm gonna be honest when I see United fans call us Man U it does annoy me. Laughing
    RR put in a decent argument as to why this is rubbish, I think part of it was that if you write "Man Utd/United Never Intended Coming Home" it still says "Munich", so that's bullshit.
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    Post by Guest on Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:57 am

    Of course it's rubbish. Neutral
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    Post by The Bat-Man on Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:58 am

    I see people were bringing up Liverpool's undefeated home record.

    Boy this is old.
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    Post by Gegilworld93 on Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:41 am

    The Bat-Man wrote:I see people were bringing up Liverpool's undefeated home record.

    Boy this is old.
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    Post by Weather130 on Thu Mar 08, 2012 2:47 am

    Ib see the need to make a list of teams that are undefeated at home is very important so I will do so right now.

    Manchester City 14-0-0
    Shrewbury Town 13-4-0
    Ross County 9-6-0
    Falkirk 7-6-0
    Cowdenbeath 11-3-0
    Arbroath 10-5-0
    Barcelona 12-1-0
    Juventus 8-5-0
    Borussia Monchengladbach 8-5-0
    Hannover 96 7-6-0
    Eintracht Frankfurt 9-4-0
    Bastia 10-4-0
    AZ 10-3-0
    FC Porto 10-2-0
    Braga 10-1-0
    Zenit Saint Petersburg 10-8-0
    Olympiakos 11-2-0
    Fenerbahce 13-2-0
    Anderlecht 12-2-0





    I am sure more teams are out there but I do not have the time to look any further at the moment


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    Post by Gegilworld93 on Thu Mar 08, 2012 3:21 am

    Gladbach still undefeated at home not worthy

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