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Monday, March 05, 2007


I don't really care in which way we will go through. The criminal or the civil way.

There is no doubt that Anfield will have some importance, but I also believe that Barça are used to many hostile anti-catalan stadiums in Spain.

At the moment there is a chess game between Rafa and Frank, with no one showing their cards and both coaches trying to read the other ones cards.
However Rafael Benitez has the favourable result and it is Barca that need to go for it.
Barcelona will not care too much about conceding a goal, as they have to score at least two anyway.

I believe they have to attack fiercely, agressively and take their chances, as they won't be too many.

In one way the result in Barcelona favours Barca, as they can't be complacent, they can't take it easy believing they will score. Like what happened at Camp Nou.

It is doubtful that Eto'o or Messi will be up for 90 minutes, but I would start with the whole artillery, trying to get the result as soon as possible, in order not to become nervous and neurotic. If the result is there, allow Benitez to make the first changes, so you have the capability to surprise.

Força Barça!


Anonymous Edwin said...


At least you can trust an ex-Chelsea player to score you only consolation.

It was going to be so difficult anyhow, but to put it in mildly patronising terms: you can concentrate on the league now -right?

Chelsea got through, who would have thought that the crucial goal was from the combined efforts of Shevchenko and Ballack? Things must be changing here...

11:05 PM  
Blogger Yrsa Roca Fannberg said...

I will post something later.

9:36 AM  

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