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Bilo

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Wolfsburg and Roma, two of the teams I'd consider possible winners, are both up 1-0.
 

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Lukaku gets his hattrick, 1-4 and tie definitely over.
 

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Nah, even if they score they're just not good enough.
 

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Saw the first half of the Everton game it was pretty entertaining. Not watching this half as saving my energy for shouting at the Liverpool game at 8. :D
 

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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
He has seriously gone off the boil. We bought from the very good Le Havre academy and made him Pauleta's replacement which was a huge deal back in the day. He actually performed brilliantly but then we bought a couple of other strikers and he made the mistake of buggering off to a shit league (China in this case) for lots of cash. Since then he did come back in France on a loan at Bordeaux but he was shit. I'm not surprised he came back to Europe but surely he can do better than fucking Switzerland (no offence).

Been watching on and off Wolfsburg who lead Sporting 2-0, Dost with both. Looks like the score isn't going to change much. Going to watch Seville/Gladbach later.
 

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Bas Dost has been excellent since the turn of the year. Was he injured when Everton played them earlier in the season?
 

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Great night for Serie A, will be interesting to see if Fiorentina can keep it up against Spurs.

4-0 against Trabzonspor was a good result for Benitez's side, will be able to play the reserves in the second leg.
 
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Great result Everton.

Bilic has been angling for a move to England for years, hasn't he? He'll be desperate for Besiktas to do something here.
 

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Excellent result for Everton. We can play the likes of Atsu, Osman, Pienaar, Garbutt & Kone at Goodison next week
 

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He has seriously gone off the boil. We bought from the very good Le Havre academy and made him Pauleta's replacement which was a huge deal back in the day. He actually performed brilliantly but then we bought a couple of other strikers and he made the mistake of buggering off to a shit league (China in this case) for lots of cash. Since then he did come back in France on a loan at Bordeaux but he was shit. I'm not surprised he came back to Europe but surely he can do better than fucking Switzerland (no offence).
Wondered where he went after Bordeaux
Believe he was stuck on an island aswell last year!
Guingamp at home tonight v Dynamo Kiev. Hoping for a home win. Beauvue starts and is capable of scoring goals.
 

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Roma held at home which was a surprise.

I fancy Wolfsburg to win the whole thing...

Spurs should be very strong and with the winners getting CL football they and Liverpool will be pretty keen to give themselves 2 chances at getting into the big competition.

Probably be Seville again though!
 

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Great night for Serie A, will be interesting to see if Fiorentina can keep it up against Spurs.

4-0 against Trabzonspor was a good result for Benitez's side, will be able to play the reserves in the second leg.
Good night for Serie A, really? Roma and Torino are now both on the back foot.

Only Napoli have had a good night. Yet to be seen what Fiorentina do but they are already behind at Spurs.
 

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Good night for Serie A, really? Roma and Torino are now both on the back foot.

Only Napoli have had a good night. Yet to be seen what Fiorentina do but they are already behind at Spurs.
Inter will make it through without breaking a sweat.
 

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