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7up is a horrible drink along with Sierra Mist and Sprite.
Christina, Horse teeth, and Gareth BALErina? I can only imagine them dancing around Adriano and Pique while Alves is talking to Neymar on the other side of the pitch.
The upside is there is absolutely no way Tito manages to skate through the way he did this season when Madrid has a lineup like that.
The starting eleven has turned into more of a popularity contest than a basis of who is performing. Pique continues to think his arm is a flag while Alves likes to have conversation with the opposing keeper instead of defending. Meantime Bartra and Montoya are desperate to prove themselves as they watch the games on TV from their apartments.
Why should we keep Tito despite his failings as a coach purely because of his cancer if we can't keep Abidal despite his excellent performances as a defender despite his own far more serious issues?
Tito Villanova: Destroyer of youth. Destroyer of Barca. Such tragedy that his cancer gets him a free pass for his ineptitude. Dark days almost guaranteed ahead for Barca with that man in charge.
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popped the cava a little too early didnt you boy? Ciao Bella!
Hey Jon... I missed your comment from a couple of days ago...
"Haha, thanks Jon... I would love to replace Xavi, but think I've missed my chance! As for Santa to Easter, interestingly Easter in Spain is already called "Semana Santa", so we're half way there.
The Busquets one, as I say on the slide and in the intro slide, was purely based on Ramos and his admiring comments for each other. It's not going to happen but it would be a balance shifter - right?"
Let's cheer up. Let's hope they do their homework and come up with a plan. I mean, they don't really have a plan against parked buses, but maybe a little tactical switch here and there, and let's hope they put the right guys on the field (Villa needs to start for sure and maybe Tello too, but I still trust Pedro). If they are going to lose, I want them to go out in style, fighting 'til the end. Milan had a perfect game in the first leg. Maybe they won't have one the next time. The key is putting pressure on them, firing away (maybe that's something Barca could learn from Ronaldo and Madrid, sometimes it's the best way to make SOMETHING happen, no matter how selfish and ridiculous those Ronaldo shots can be). Let's have some faith.