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LMFAO what a pic
Hey bud. Yes Schurrle is an excellent player. In fact, in his first 10 games playing for Germany, he had one of the best goal scoring ratios in German history. He's much more technical and faster than Torres as well as a better shooter. Schurrle isn't really a center forward though, he's more of a winger. Don't listen to people who call him the next Marko Marin. Schurrle is WAY better than Marin. As far as if he will end up at Chelsea, I would say the chances are high certainly. However, now that Mourinho is said to be returning, I imagine that they will get his input on what transfers he wants. Tough to say.
I think we will win it but im more interested in us getting top 4
:) U see the game today i think the only thing the ref did not do for City was score
Thanks for the add m8
Anytime. Always ready to talk football. Don't worry about Xabi Alonso, though. He has a supernatural ability to always avoid that second yellow, if he even gets the first one at all. He's a true pro, though, even if I don't like his game too much.
Hi Kuwam. I don't know how many goals Madrid will score, but they will definitely get at least one goal, based on Barca's inability to keep a clean sheet for the last...hell, I lost count of the number of games. Madrid's form is hard to predict because they are just in auto-pilot in La Liga, but I think they can definitely raise their level for tomorrow's game. As for Barcelona, the passing game looks off and short of confidence. I'm curious about Mourinho's strategy. Does he take some pointers from Milan and emphasize defense, or does he go with the more aggressive, high-pressing approach he showed on the first leg? Knowing him, his plan for the game will probably involve several stages. It's risky, but given how shaky Barcelona look, I think he should order Madrid to be aggressive and go for the kill early on. The ref tomorrow is known for being kind of permissive on physical play, so that could definitely help Madrid rattle Barcelona early and not let them get into a comfortable passing rhythm, which what they did in the first leg. So basically, once the strategy is set, it all becomes a matter of putting away chances, as obvious as it sounds. Both teams have suffered from missed chances in the recent clasicos, so I think it's anybody's game tomorrow. However, due to the fact that Barcelona seems to be in a little funk, I think Madrid will get it done.
As for Barcelona's huge task against Milan, I just hope for the best. I was extremely shell-shocked for a few days, but now I'm more optimistic. The chances of going through are very low, so I want to see Barcelona go all-in. Hopefully, they can learn from their mistakes and gain some momentum (which would involve beating Madrid). If they are to be eliminated, I want them to go out fighting in style.
Enjoy the game tomorrow. Take care.
2010.What sabout you?