Europa League 2014/15

mistermagic

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Thought you could avoid me chatting shit about this competition? You were mistaken!

Guingamp host Kiev tomorrow! Cmon Guingamp!

EDIT: Can a mod pin this please? (I insist.)
 

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Looking forward to Feyennord at Roma, believe 5,000 Dutch are travelling. Bet Rome will be lively throughout the day and night.

Might watch Celtic v Inter too, only because I can't decide who is more shite.
 

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Off too Bern with my mate who's an Everton fan, looking forward too it. Believe 4500 Evertonians are travelling which is fantastic
 

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Do scousers still turn over every clothing store and/or off licence in sight when they go abroad mate or not?
I couldn't tell you, I went to Wolfsburg with em but stayed in Berlin and it was relatively calm. My mates from Keighley mind so not a scouser. Only going for an excuse for a couple of days away and to pick up a new ground.
 
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Hoping we can get at least a score draw in Switzerland. We played very well in the group stage and would have been unbeaten if we hadn't played a severely weakened side against Krasnodar but it was nice to see so many youth players in the squad.
 

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Looking forward to Feyennord at Roma, believe 5,000 Dutch are travelling. Bet Rome will be lively throughout the day and night.

Might watch Celtic v Inter too, only because I can't decide who is more shite.
Are you comparing Celtic to Inter Milan? :fl:
 

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Of course not mate, Celtic get much bigger crowds and actually win things.
They don't get much bigger crowds. They both average around 46,000. For me, every single league is a big thing, but Inter would also piss the Scottish league.

The Italians don't have big crowds, but Inter Milan is the biggest. Fact
 

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Flying to Bern in the morning, cant wait. Id take a score draw to be honest, they're pretty handy at home so Id be happy enough with that, get an away goal and try and win it second leg at Goodison.
 

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Do you guys think the remaining English teams should go for this tournament? I do personally, as Everton are out of the domestic cups, are not going to get relegated and only have a small chance of getting back into Europe through the league this term so they may as well put all their eggs into this. For Liverpool and Spurs, both are playing well and could very well get into CL spots via the league, but this gives them an extra shot at it too and therefore is worth going for. It will be a big ask to win the thing though.
 

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Looking forward to Everton. Obviously would love a win for Young Boys, but a european derby would be cool as well.
 

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What a hit!
1-0 Young Boys vs Everton, beautiful long range curl.
 

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Napoli 3-0 up after half an hour @ Trabzonspor. Gabbiadini is quality. Could be dark horses with Benitez, who's won the EL twice with Valencia and Chelsea.
 

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And as I type that Coleman makes it 1-2 in Switzerland.
 

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Aye, I reckon it's over. Everton have turned this around very well, but Young Boys aren't very good at all.
 

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Sanogo acting like his namesake there. How the fuck has he missed that?

Edit: Take that back, fantastic block from McCarthy on seeing the replay
 

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Maxi Lopez has turned it around with a brace for Torino at home to Bilbao, 2-1.
 

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Best we've played all season so far. Young Boys look poor in defence and we've exploited that very well.

As soon as I saw Hoaroau or however it's spelt on the team sheet for Young Boys I know he's score, we were linked with him about 4 years ago when he was at PSG
 

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