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Real Madrid Or Liverpool - We Can't Lose!

Real Madrid Or Liverpool - We Can't Lose!

Liverpool face Real Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League and this is really a dream draw for Manchester United.

On the one hand, there is Real Madrid - arrogant, hypocritical, sneaky. They use any means they can think of to lay their hands on the best players in the planet though they fail in their quest with increasing frequency. Everything that is despisable about modern football is embodied by Real Madrid. I'm never sad to see them lose.

On the other hand, there's Liverpool who... well, who are Liverpool, I don't need to say more. We all know that this is their year, and if not then next year is definitely theirs and if not... you get the point.

The downside is that one of these will be in the last eight. The positive thing is that one of them definitely won't be. I'd say Real Madrid will go through, that would be my preference if I had to pick one of them. But really, neither would be missed from the competition.

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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday December 19 2008
Time: 3:32PM

Comments

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True but I want Madrid to progress so if we also, we could finally meet them!
ForeverUnited
19/12/2008 15:35:00
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Manure v Inter - we can't lose!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Howard
19/12/2008 15:56:00
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Ferguson v Mourinho!! We cant lose!
Eusebio
19/12/2008 16:14:00
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Gonna be a quality match. Can't wait to see Fergie and Mourinho at it again with my feet up!!!!
abesaint
19/12/2008 16:21:00
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If United lose v Inter who is gonna lie and say they were racially abused this time?
5 times
19/12/2008 16:28:00
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The most successful Spanish side against the most successful English side, the 2 true successful powerhouses of European football meeting eachother. Real Madrid V Liverpool, what a tie. Hopefully we'll see Mourinho running down the touchline at Old Toilet again, leaving whisky nose to choke on his chewing gum and blaming the referee, the FA, UEFA, FIFA and my gran for the defeat.
trader
19/12/2008 16:33:00
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You mancs dont half talk some nonsense. With your petty haul of 3 european titles... To say that Liverpool wouldnt be missed is just teh talk of someone who is in all honesty quite thick. We are legendary in Europe while your club STILL lives in our shadow in Europe ,If i was on crack and i was a Manc "God Forbid" id be more concerned about Uniteds chances of beating Milan after that embarassing performance you put it in during your last European display against nothing team AaB.
I Bling Red
19/12/2008 16:41:00
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Touched some nerves did we? Technically we've won TWO CL titles whiles you'vw on just ONE but Liverpool are all about History arent they? Haha Aalborg? We have the longest unbeaten runs in Europe at home so I'm not worried about a game against Aalborg that meant nothing! I'm just worried about getting banned from Europe again by your supremely intelligent fans!
ForeverUnited
19/12/2008 17:22:00
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FAO ForeverInOurShadow above -If the jerks at UEFA rename the CL (which they will one day) will we all start from scratch again? Deluded****.
Howard
19/12/2008 20:44:00
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Forever in your shadow? I'd be worried about catching us once we overhaul your trophy which we undoubtedly will. 10 prem titles and you have NONE - tell me which team's making more progress?? Hahahahaha. If you mean forever in your shadow when it comes to breaking into player's houses and stealing in general then of course!
ForeverUnited
19/12/2008 23:44:00
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