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  • #92

    EarlThePearl
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    With Bayern Munich dominating the competition last season and perennial favourites, Real Madrid, Manchester and Barcelona undergoing a change in management, how do you see this season’s competition shaping up?

    #279

    Sport lover
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    This has just got a lot more interesting, considering the draw for the early rounds. Bayern looks like they will not struggle to get through at all, as well as Man U and Real Madrid. Not so sure about Arsenal though.

    #283

    Sport lover
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    Exorbitant transfers make one wonder if we’ve lost the plot completely. 91 million Euros for Bale just seems like madness to me.

    #284

    The Mad Hatter
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    Bayern, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona to be to make the quarterfinals at least.

    #306

    Sport lover
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    So the Champion’s League is producing some excellent football even so early in the year. So far for me Real Madrid. Man United and Barca look like they could be in the running to unseat the current champs.

    #379

    sonwabilek
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    With Barcelona’s current form, they could definitely lift the cup again. As for Man United, they will not see any Silverware until they pull themselves together.

    #383

    Heart Foam
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    I wonder if Moyes had lost against Sunderland if there’d be any pressure on his job – this month last year, 8 managers in the Championship were fired, and you know why. But Man United’s Champions League form will not necessarily follow their Premier League form. You know how the smaller, hopeless, useless, but earnestly determined clubs raise their game? This season, that applies to inglorious Manchester United. :p Not sure about Barca. Bayern Munich have been the best team in Europe for a while now. That 7-0 aggregate win over Barca in the semis wasn’t a fluke.

    United’s next game is home to Real Sociedad – who have 0 points – and if United win they will be on 7. When the groups were drawn it looked like a potentially difficult group, (and league form suggests that United truly are rubbish) but so far so good. Any Chelsea fans out there? They play Schalke away next, and could find the group stages tricky if they lose.

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