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Dock

Things could get Messi

Arsenal V Barcelona, tonight 7.45 ITV

Should be a belter of a match. I haven't seen much of Barca this season, but Papa Dock (wakey not Haiti) watched the El Classico and said that he can't ever remember watching a team as good as the current Barcelona side. Should be a great display of how its done. Some of possession and individual scoring stats for Barca are staggering. Can't wait for this me.

*waits until 7.45*  
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

*puts beers in fridge*
Dock

*realises possibility for free grog, gets bus to Dawgs house*
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

alice and dave beer
sheeps

Sir Bulldog Craggwood wrote:
alice and dave beer


*gets gob round alice beer*
Dock

I would love to watch Dave Beer commentating on a match.

bearing

*Is at school until 8:30*
Late Doors

It's gonna have to be something really special to Beat the opening Masterchef on at 9 tonight
Late Doors

Errr, blood
*shrugs shoulders*
lolwarlol

Yes, we're going to start with the match and if it is a belter we will iplayer masterchef later.
Late Doors

Sounds like a plan, me too, it's gonna be peng  
lolwarlol

What a game. Cant read the masterchef thread now because we couldn't take our eyes of it.
Barca were great to watch but i am really happy for Arsenal. They showed great heart, had some luck but still.
Forest

Clichys pass was just unbelievable, great game.
lolwarlol

The second arse goal was divine.
Tank Girl

that was brilliant werent it

now i know why they were all going mental about wilshere before the england game.
Grind

Barcenal v Arselona?

It really was quite entertaining.
bearing

That's pretty shit, losing at Arsenal

We got a draw...
grunt

Liquid football!

Wilshere would slot into that Barca team no problem. A new golden generation begins.
Tank Girl

grunt wrote:
Liquid football!

Wilshere would slot into that Barca team no problem. A new golden generation begins.


i said to pl, this time next year he'll be in that team
Grind

The commentator here said messy biscuits quite a few times.

* Snigger. *
sheeps

Great game, I was holding my breath for Arsenal in those final minutes.

Superb football from both teams especially Barca, when they play as they can they are on a different level from any team I have seen. Once watched a Barca training session when the first 45 minutes was totaly short passing drills within a ten yard square, they were making passes that I couldn't see coming.

Willshire was fantastic, belied his 19 years with a performance of stature and no little skill. On this performance he is the future, looked the equal of Fabregas throughout the game, and all Barcelona had to offer.

Arsenal had their good fortune especially first half, sign of a good team, you ride that and come back when the opportunity arises. Barca fan myself and they are a joy to watch but I hope Arsenal go through.
bearing

Tank Girl wrote:
grunt wrote:
Liquid football!

Wilshere would slot into that Barca team no problem. A new golden generation begins.


i said to pl, this time next year he'll be in that team


Admittedly I've never seen PL play, but don't you think he's a little long in the tooth to be running out in the famous blue and red?
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

It was a fantastic game to watch (apart from Clyde Tyldsley) and i think if Barca want to nick one Arsenal player it should be Wilshere and not Fabragas

Both teams really went for it leaving plenty of space for counterattacks and space for the creative midfielders

After all his fluffed chances against Leeds it was breathtaking to see Arshavin steam in from deep on the opposing wing to leather that winner into the far side of the net

Thoroughly enjoyed this match and the Spurs victory the night before - for once I thought the North London poseurs lived up to their hype  
sheeps

bearing wrote:
Tank Girl wrote:
grunt wrote:
Liquid football!

Wilshere would slot into that Barca team no problem. A new golden generation begins.


i said to pl, this time next year he'll be in that team


Admittedly I've never seen PL play, but don't you think he's a little long in the tooth to be running out in the famous blue and red?


Wonder what he's doing Thursday night's?
sheeps

Clacker wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Wonder what he's doing Thursday night's?


No match tonight, Sheeps?

Or are you posting from the communal bath?


It's t'B who lakes on a Thursday.

OFFICIAL FORECAST

0 - 8, not to Bearings team.
bearing

sheeps wrote:
Clacker wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Wonder what he's doing Thursday night's?


No match tonight, Sheeps?

Or are you posting from the communal bath?


It's t'B who lakes on a Thursday.

OFFICIAL FORECAST

0 - 8, not to Bearings team.


We couldn't get enough folks, so a 5-0 loss.  
Grind

bearing wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Clacker wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Wonder what he's doing Thursday night's?


No match tonight, Sheeps?

Or are you posting from the communal bath?


It's t'B who lakes on a Thursday.

OFFICIAL FORECAST

0 - 8, not to Bearings team.


We couldn't get enough folks, so a 5-0 loss. †


It's not folks you need, it's goals.

Especially goals for.
Late Doors

Thought it was a brill game, the movement, passing and all those other things the two sides are famous for was scintillating (yes that is a football word). One thing I noticed and have been looking out for ever since Ben Parker was adjudged to have fouled Walcott is that every little surge in the box seemed to receive a tug here and a pull there but no whistle? Barc should have had at least two penalties, one blatant wrap around tug and a handball but no one even noticed.
Arses second goal was sublime, better than Rooneys fluke but what a bunch of effing tosspots some of the Arse fans were when the camera appeared on them, checking the replays of corners on their phones and the like, Couples kissing and cuddling on some kind of date and a few models for hair products making aggressive faces after they had scored, Oooooh, keeping it real. FFS
lolwarlol

One thing we noticed about Barca, long before the idiot commentator did, was that Barca never give up, the ball moves just outside the box near the dead ball line and they pass it back and start the movement again, patiently. They also don't hit many 'hopeful' balls. The passing was amazing, too quick to follow at times.
Late Doors

And with precision as well. They see passes to thread through a 12 inch gap so quickly the defenders canít react to what should be an easy interception. Its like they have a mentality that makes them think they have failed if they hit a hopeful ball into space, I love that
lolwarlol

Late Doors wrote:
And with precision as well. They see passes to thread through a 12 inch gap so quickly the defenders canít react to what should be an easy interception. Its like they have a mentality that makes them think they have failed if they hit a hopeful ball into space, I love that


I was saying that if it done as part of the game plan, a very definite "No we do not hit hopeful balls" plan, you must gain confidence as a team when the opposition do it.

For all that talk, they still lost.
Late Doors

They were a Gnats hair from getting the second though. Not that i want them to but i cant help thinking they'll get at leat two goals at home playing that way
lolwarlol

If we get just one half of that game in the next it will still be worth watching.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

I'll say it again - Leeds got a better result at the Emirates
bearing

Sir Bulldog Craggwood wrote:
I'll say it again - Leeds got a better result at the Emirates


I eluded to this earlier
Grind

bearing wrote:
Sir Bulldog Craggwood wrote:
I'll say it again - Leeds got a better result at the Emirates


I eluded to this earlier


That's why they didn't see it.  
Sir Bulldog Craggwood


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