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Live - Chelsea v Barcelona

Champions League
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It's Champions League semi-final second leg second day, and this time, it's personal (wasn't it last night?).

Chelsea, fresh from criticism of their style after a hard-fought 0-0 draw in the Camp Nou last week, entertain Barcelona and their brand of total football at Stamford Bridge.

news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foo...

The winners will play Manchester United in Rome at the end of May.

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posted May 11, 2009

give over already

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posted May 11, 2009

I know mate cos spuds wont getanywhere near the top euro comps they are so bitter cos Chelsea have eclipsed their smalltime history.

Donihall's just a bitter spud<ale>

Mind you they have won more s.e.counties than us <laugh>

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posted May 12, 2009

As a utd fan,playing Barca makes alot more sence but,I must admit Chelsea were quite unfortunate to have lost on a night they seemed quite in control! little wonder why they were very furious!

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posted May 13, 2009

I'm a United fan and I'll admit I wanted Chelsea to lose and Barca to go through, but to me this was a clear example of how stupid the away goal rule is. For a team to win a match despite never actually having been in the lead is ridiculous.

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posted May 15, 2009

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posted May 15, 2009

Thats quite normal monkfish, United supporters hate Chelsea because they know they are a great side and difficult to beat.

You don't have to be Einstein to know that mate<ok>

Oh your not<laugh>

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posted May 27, 2009

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posted May 27, 2009

I wouldn't like to be a Liverpool fan watching this tonight.











i wouldn't like to be a Liverpool fan full stop.

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posted May 27, 2009

I wouldn't like to be a Liverpool fan watching this tonight.











i wouldn't like to be a Liverpool fan full stop.

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Pray tell why not or should I say que ?

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posted May 28, 2009

Nothing to add to what firstdarkshadow (U3293080) said.

It just need re-iterating.

The game has been debased to a commercial level where the results can often be seen to interfere with a potential profit.

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