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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:56 pm

Isco Benny wrote:
Puro wrote:I had a feeling that only Everton were gonna be the lone survivor of the EPL in Europe. Shocked

Really? This was your post on Friday February 20th 2015. http://www.europeanboard.net/t24441p30-uefa-europa-league-2014-2015

Puro wrote:The CL prize is very appealing. These teams have advanced to the next round: EVERTON, CLUB BRUGGE, BILBAO, WOLFSBURG, DNIPRO, NAPOLI, FEYENOORD, ZENIT, M'GLADBACH, AJAX, ANDERLECHT, DYNAMO K., VILLARREAL, LIVERPOOL, TOTTENHAM AND INTER.

CA$$$$$$H?

lol! There were quite a few kisses of death there, weren't there! Laugh
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Post by S4P on Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:56 pm

Looks like it's just us and Everton advancing in Europe then
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:58 pm

S4P wrote:Looks like it's just us and Everton advancing in Europe then

Would you like a kiss of death from yours truly?

Here it goes.

CHELSEA WILL ELIMINATE PSG ON MARCH 11, 2015
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Post by Forza Italia!Forza Milan! on Thu Feb 26, 2015 8:59 pm

Puro wrote:Damn! this is really bad news for the EPL. The so called "best league in the world" by its own media has seen its elite teams being utterly destroyed by the elite teams from the other leagues in the CL, and also the best-of-the-rest teams from the so called "best league in the world" are also being KO by their respective counterparts in the EL.

Only Everton in Europe? WOW!

"Best league in the world"...they'll say again over the weekend during one of their transmissions. Biggrin <Ale>


Even after seeing so much upheaval in our world, when I read your posts I feel like time has actually stood still.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:02 pm

Forza Italia!Forza Milan! wrote:
Puro wrote:Damn! this is really bad news for the EPL. The so called "best league in the world" by its own media has seen its elite teams being utterly destroyed by the elite teams from the other leagues in the CL, and also the best-of-the-rest teams from the so called "best league in the world" are also being KO by their respective counterparts in the EL.

Only Everton in Europe? WOW!

"Best league in the world"...they'll say again over the weekend during one of their transmissions. Biggrin <Ale>


Even after seeing so much upheaval in our world, when I read your posts I feel like time has actually stood still.

The more things change, the more they remain the same. Watch how they'll say it again "the best league in the world". lol!
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Isco Benny on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:05 pm

Forza Italia!Forza Milan! wrote:
Puro wrote:Damn! this is really bad news for the EPL. The so called "best league in the world" by its own media has seen its elite teams being utterly destroyed by the elite teams from the other leagues in the CL, and also the best-of-the-rest teams from the so called "best league in the world" are also being KO by their respective counterparts in the EL.

Only Everton in Europe? WOW!

"Best league in the world"...they'll say again over the weekend during one of their transmissions. Biggrin <Ale>


Even after seeing so much upheaval in our world, when I read your posts I feel like time has actually stood still.

Ale

In other news, Murray is only ever SCOTTISH when he loses, and BRITISH when he wins.

England are 10 WORLD CLASS PLAYER + ROONEY.

And if we're lucky, London might just get awarded the 2012 Olympic Games.

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Post by bluenine on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:15 pm

Serie A seems to be doing a 5/5 so far tonight. If only Torino can hold on...

Inter were crap, luckily Celtic were crazier and down to 10 men. Good strike by Guarin. And now with Liverpool & Spurs out, there may be an easier path for Inter to go further. This is the only way we can qualify for CL, Mancini should focus on this.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Forza Italia!Forza Milan! on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:21 pm

Isco Benny wrote:
Forza Italia!Forza Milan! wrote:
Puro wrote:Damn! this is really bad news for the EPL. The so called "best league in the world" by its own media has seen its elite teams being utterly destroyed by the elite teams from the other leagues in the CL, and also the best-of-the-rest teams from the so called "best league in the world" are also being KO by their respective counterparts in the EL.

Only Everton in Europe? WOW!

"Best league in the world"...they'll say again over the weekend during one of their transmissions. Biggrin <Ale>


Even after seeing so much upheaval in our world, when I read your posts I feel like time has actually stood still.

Ale

In other news, Murray is only ever SCOTTISH when he loses, and BRITISH when he wins.

England are 10 WORLD CLASS PLAYER + ROONEY.

And if we're lucky, London might just get awarded the 2012 Olympic Games.

Basketball bounce

I know I've been away for a while, but why is this place deader than English football?
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:23 pm

bluenine wrote:Serie A seems to be doing a 5/5 so far tonight. If only Torino can hold on...

Inter were crap, luckily Celtic were crazier and down to 10 men. Good strike by Guarin. And now with Liverpool & Spurs out, there may be an easier path for Inter to go further. This is the only way we can qualify for CL, Mancini should focus on this.

Serie A has two strong favorites to win it in Napoli and Inter and two huge darkhorses in Fiorentina and Roma.

La Liga counters with Sevilla and Villarreal as strong favorites too with Bilbao as darkhorse.

Bundesliga has Wolfsburg looking solid too.

Everton and Zenit are worth keeping a close eye.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:27 pm

Trouble during Feyenoord-Roma match, suspended now. Hopefully an Italian didn't f**k Tina Fey up or something. Shocked

See, Tina Fey likes the club of the devil and he remembers Gervinho from his time at Arsenal and he started yelling "n****r" this and "n****r" that. Totti took offense too and was about to jump to the bleachers to f**k him up, but the ref interfered just in time.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by S4P on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:46 pm

Puro wrote:
S4P wrote:Looks like it's just us and Everton advancing in Europe then

Would you like a kiss of death from yours truly?

Here it goes.

CHELSEA WILL ELIMINATE PSG ON MARCH 11, 2015

We did it last year, and that was with a weaker XI and giving them a 3-1 head start. Shouldn't be a problem doing it again Ale
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by bluenine on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:55 pm

Puro wrote:
bluenine wrote:Serie A seems to be doing a 5/5 so far tonight. If only Torino can hold on...

Inter were crap, luckily Celtic were crazier and down to 10 men. Good strike by Guarin. And now with Liverpool & Spurs out, there may be an easier path for Inter to go further. This is the only way we can qualify for CL, Mancini should focus on this.

Serie A has two strong favorites to win it in Napoli and Inter and two huge darkhorses in Fiorentina and Roma.

La Liga counters with Sevilla and Villarreal as strong favorites too with Bilbao as darkhorse.

Bundesliga has Wolfsburg looking solid too.

Everton and Zenit are worth keeping a close eye.

Dude, Inter are no favorites for anything. Any team left in this competition can knock us out. Maybe if Brozovic was not cup tied, we might have had some hope... but as things stand, every round we clear is a bonus.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Forza Italia!Forza Milan! on Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:59 pm

Torino just eliminated Athletic Bilbao!
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:07 pm

bluenine wrote:
Puro wrote:
bluenine wrote:Serie A seems to be doing a 5/5 so far tonight. If only Torino can hold on...

Inter were crap, luckily Celtic were crazier and down to 10 men. Good strike by Guarin. And now with Liverpool & Spurs out, there may be an easier path for Inter to go further. This is the only way we can qualify for CL, Mancini should focus on this.

Serie A has two strong favorites to win it in Napoli and Inter and two huge darkhorses in Fiorentina and Roma.

La Liga counters with Sevilla and Villarreal as strong favorites too with Bilbao as darkhorse.

Bundesliga has Wolfsburg looking solid too.

Everton and Zenit are worth keeping a close eye.

Dude, Inter are no favorites for anything. Any team left in this competition can knock us out. Maybe if Brozovic was not cup tied, we might have had some hope... but as things stand, every round we clear is a bonus.

The Inter you are about to see in the upcoming weeks are not the Inter you have seen all season.

Funny how Serie A teams suddenly start playing their best XIs in the Europa League now that it has a huge prize fighting for, isn't it! Biggrin <Ale>
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:19 pm

lol! lol! lol! People still saying "for me the EPL is the best league in the world" lol! lol! lol!

I take a step back and I understand those people. See, those people believe the league are an integral part in their daily lives and that explains it.

See, it's like some guy saying "my missus is the best looking woman in the world". In his eyes she is, and nobody can not convince him otherwise. And why should anyone? See, I understand. Biggrin <Ale>
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:33 pm

Shocked Liverpool fans sounding like they're foaming at the mouth. Shocked

I understand. Brenda is a disgrace. In CL he only beat Ludogonorrh.. what was it? with a gifted penalty at the death and was lucky again to beat Besiktas in the EL. The fans are fuming and rightly so. They were expecting their proud team to win the EL and win the ticket to the CL that way.

I hope Tina Fey is okay.
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Post by Fey on Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:54 pm

Uefa maffia..ridiculous stuff.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by bluenine on Thu Feb 26, 2015 11:36 pm

Puro wrote:
bluenine wrote:
Puro wrote:
bluenine wrote:Serie A seems to be doing a 5/5 so far tonight. If only Torino can hold on...

Inter were crap, luckily Celtic were crazier and down to 10 men. Good strike by Guarin. And now with Liverpool & Spurs out, there may be an easier path for Inter to go further. This is the only way we can qualify for CL, Mancini should focus on this.

Serie A has two strong favorites to win it in Napoli and Inter and two huge darkhorses in Fiorentina and Roma.

La Liga counters with Sevilla and Villarreal as strong favorites too with Bilbao as darkhorse.

Bundesliga has Wolfsburg looking solid too.

Everton and Zenit are worth keeping a close eye.

Dude, Inter are no favorites for anything. Any team left in this competition can knock us out. Maybe if Brozovic was not cup tied, we might have had some hope... but as things stand, every round we clear is a bonus.

The Inter you are about to see in the upcoming weeks are not the Inter you have seen all season.

Funny how Serie A teams suddenly start playing their best XIs in the Europa League now that it has a huge prize fighting for, isn't it! Biggrin <Ale>

Thanks for the vote of confidence, or the kiss of death, whichever you intend here.

Inter have a long way to improve before we can be considered favorites. Hell, Celtic gave us a real fright. Celtic!

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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Fey on Thu Feb 26, 2015 11:57 pm

Puro wrote:Trouble during Feyenoord-Roma match, suspended now. Hopefully an Italian didn't f**k Tina Fey up or something. Shocked

See, Tina Fey likes the club of the devil and he remembers Gervinho from his time at Arsenal and he started yelling "n****r" this and "n****r" that. Totti took offense too and was about to jump to the bleachers to f**k him up, but the ref interfered just in time.

Someone threw an inflatable banana to Gervinho, he was almost crying, then the ref gave us a red for nothing.

Its so obvious the bias these refs from Southern countries have.

Italians are pussies, all of them ok
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Murray on Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:03 am

bluenine wrote:
Puro wrote:
bluenine wrote:
Puro wrote:
bluenine wrote:Serie A seems to be doing a 5/5 so far tonight. If only Torino can hold on...

Inter were crap, luckily Celtic were crazier and down to 10 men. Good strike by Guarin. And now with Liverpool & Spurs out, there may be an easier path for Inter to go further. This is the only way we can qualify for CL, Mancini should focus on this.

Serie A has two strong favorites to win it in Napoli and Inter and two huge darkhorses in Fiorentina and Roma.

La Liga counters with Sevilla and Villarreal as strong favorites too with Bilbao as darkhorse.

Bundesliga has Wolfsburg looking solid too.

Everton and Zenit are worth keeping a close eye.

Dude, Inter are no favorites for anything. Any team left in this competition can knock us out. Maybe if Brozovic was not cup tied, we might have had some hope... but as things stand, every round we clear is a bonus.

The Inter you are about to see in the upcoming weeks are not the Inter you have seen all season.

Funny how Serie A teams suddenly start playing their best XIs in the Europa League now that it has a huge prize fighting for, isn't it! Biggrin <Ale>

Thanks for the vote of confidence, or the kiss of death, whichever you intend here.

Inter have a long way to improve before we can be considered favorites. Hell, Celtic gave us a real fright. Celtic!


That was nearly embarrassing for Inter, only 1-0 against 10 man Celtic. Hopefully playing with 10 men has tired them out before we play them on Sunday.

I see that numpty Celtic manager is complaining about the referee, it must be a shock for them to have unbiased refs in Europe instead of the bent refs they have at home who give them everything.
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Post by bluenine on Fri Feb 27, 2015 12:33 pm

Everton - Dinamo Kiev
Dnipro - Ajax
Zenit St Petersburg - Torino
Wolfsburg - Inter
Villarreal - Sevilla
Napoli - Dinamo Moscow
Club Brugge - Besiktas
Fiorentina - Roma

Tough draw for Inter. At least we got the 2nd leg at home. But I don't think we are ready to play someone as strong as Wolfsburg yet. I blame Puro's kiss of death Razz
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Post by Puro on Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:23 pm

bluenine wrote:Everton - Dinamo Kiev
Dnipro - Ajax
Zenit St Petersburg - Torino
Wolfsburg - Inter
Villarreal - Sevilla
Napoli - Dinamo Moscow
Club Brugge - Besiktas
Fiorentina - Roma

Tough draw for Inter. At least we got the 2nd leg at home. But I don't think we are ready to play someone as strong as Wolfsburg yet. I blame Puro's kiss of death Razz

UEFA's so sick of La Liga teams monopolizing the tournament, so now they decided to send them into the arena to kill themselves as soon as possible. Serie A have so many teams left and UEFA also sends two to kill themselves.

Blue9, Wolfsburg and the German mes amis are more fearful of playing Inter than Inter playing them. Kudos to the Germans who throughout time when they're shitting their pants, they camouflage it really well - they must have really good "Huggies" and "Pampers" over there.

We all have fears, it's what we do with our fears that determine our success.

It's a very exciting and wide open tournament THIS EL with pretty good teams remaining. Many of them are actually better or at the very least just as good as several teams who are in the KO stages of the CL.
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Post by Isco Benny on Fri Feb 27, 2015 2:54 pm

If UEFA could go a step further and remove the CL drop outs and the utterly pointless group stage from this competition, it would get the full respect and attention it deserves. I know plenty of fellow Spurs fans happy we are out of it now due to the impact on fixtures, which irks me as I love European football and this cycle of qualifying for and then not respecting the competition is so tiresome. Lots of great teams in this competition, it should be a privilege to both play in it and try to win it.
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Post by Fey on Fri Feb 27, 2015 3:40 pm

Omfg...Spurs are out as well so it was useless to through anyway...but considering its Fiorentona roma...if only..
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Post by Forza Italia!Forza Milan! on Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:05 pm

Isco Benny wrote:If UEFA could go a step further and remove the CL drop outs and the utterly pointless group stage from this competition, it would get the full respect and attention it deserves. I know plenty of fellow Spurs fans happy we are out of it now due to the impact on fixtures, which irks me as I love European football and this cycle of qualifying for and then not respecting the competition is so tiresome. Lots of great teams in this competition, it should be a privilege to both play in it and try to win it.

I agree.

It's a very exciting competition. I mean at the very top football is becoming stratified like never before. A handful of clubs can buy all the best players and compete for the Champions League. Tier 2 and Tier 3 are much more exciting now for me.

So nice to see Feyenoord dumped out yesterday after all the shit their fans pulled. So nice to see Torino go to Spain and get a result like that. 3-2!

Would love to see an all-Italian final in the Europa League, and a Juve semi-final run at least.

Forza Italia!
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Post by bluenine on Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:34 pm

Forza Italia!Forza Milan! wrote:
Isco Benny wrote:If UEFA could go a step further and remove the CL drop outs and the utterly pointless group stage from this competition, it would get the full respect and attention it deserves. I know plenty of fellow Spurs fans happy we are out of it now due to the impact on fixtures, which irks me as I love European football and this cycle of qualifying for and then not respecting the competition is so tiresome. Lots of great teams in this competition, it should be a privilege to both play in it and try to win it.

I agree.

It's a very exciting competition. I mean at the very top football is becoming stratified like never before. A handful of clubs can buy all the best players and compete for the Champions League. Tier 2 and Tier 3 are much more exciting now for me.

So nice to see Feyenoord dumped out yesterday after all the shit their fans pulled. So nice to see Torino go to Spain and get a result like that. 3-2!

Would love to see an all-Italian final in the Europa League, and a Juve semi-final run at least.

Forza Italia!

I agree too. A few more changes, and EL could become as exciting as the UEFA cup used to be long back. KO format, no more dropouts and more money - that should do it. If more money is not possible, then give EL more spots for next years CL.
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Post by Luis on Fri Feb 27, 2015 5:14 pm

Didn't see extra time or pens but it was a poor performance from us. No real urgency and a lack of cutting edge. Besiktas fully deserved to advance.

Sturridge and Sterling try too much a lot of the time - just keep it simple. Balotelli just doesn't deserve to be playing; can never trust him. More concerned with silly disputes than scoring goals.

It's a shame to go out and we're fucked for City on Sunday now but long term I think it could be a blessing pushing for that top 4. I always felt more confident of finishing 4th than beating some good quality teams away from home on a Thursday in this competition.
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Post by Puro on Fri Feb 27, 2015 5:30 pm

Isco Benny wrote:If UEFA could go a step further and remove the CL drop outs and the utterly pointless group stage from this competition, it would get the full respect and attention it deserves. I know plenty of fellow Spurs fans happy we are out of it now due to the impact on fixtures, which irks me as I love European football and this cycle of qualifying for and then not respecting the competition is so tiresome. Lots of great teams in this competition, it should be a privilege to both play in it and try to win it.

The EL already commanded the full respect and attention this season. Just because you and people like you were not aware of the importance of the tournament it doesn't mean the EL was not seriously sought after this season. You never see things coming, my friend.

Pochettino knew how important it is to win it, but the guy is so smart he thought he'd have a much better chance of gaining entry to the CL via a fourth place finish in the EPL than beating Napoli, Roma, Fiorentina, Sevilla, Villarreal, Wolfsburg, Zenit...etc. etc. you know running the gauntlet in the EL.

It's that simple. Me and Pochettino KNEW he'd never win the EL, but me and him always KNEW he had a chance in the EPL for fourth. Shut the f**k up with that bullshit "not respecting the competition". Spurs are not good enough to win it! lol! <Ale>

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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Puro on Fri Feb 27, 2015 5:36 pm

Luis wrote:Didn't see extra time or pens but it was a poor performance from us. No real urgency and a lack of cutting edge. Besiktas fully deserved to advance.

Sturridge and Sterling try too much a lot of the time - just keep it simple. Balotelli just doesn't deserve to be playing; can never trust him. More concerned with silly disputes than scoring goals.

It's a shame to go out and we're fucked for City on Sunday now but long term I think it could be a blessing pushing for that top 4. I always felt more confident of finishing 4th than beating some good quality teams away from home on a Thursday in this competition.

Slightly different case with Brenda and Liverpool when compared with Tottenham. Liverpool's history forced the club to win the EL, and the fans EXPECTED at the very least reach the Final. Never the less, Brenda is not good enough to win, let alone in Europe. It's been proven time and again that last season was all down to Surez.

However, all is not lost. The EPL is seriously weak and Liverpool have a chance for fourth just like Tottenham. Never the less, I was curious enough to study the run in and TWO "big clubs" are not making the CL next season. One surprise entry will make it.
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Re: UEFA Europa League 2014/2015

Post by Luis on Fri Feb 27, 2015 6:11 pm

Puro wrote:
Luis wrote:Didn't see extra time or pens but it was a poor performance from us. No real urgency and a lack of cutting edge. Besiktas fully deserved to advance.

Sturridge and Sterling try too much a lot of the time - just keep it simple. Balotelli just doesn't deserve to be playing; can never trust him. More concerned with silly disputes than scoring goals.

It's a shame to go out and we're fucked for City on Sunday now but long term I think it could be a blessing pushing for that top 4. I always felt more confident of finishing 4th than beating some good quality teams away from home on a Thursday in this competition.

Slightly different case with Brenda and Liverpool when compared with Tottenham. Liverpool's history forced the club to win the EL, and the fans EXPECTED at the very least reach the Final. Never the less, Brenda is not good enough to win, let alone in Europe. It's been proven time and again that last season was all down to Surez.

However, all is not lost. The EPL is seriously weak and Liverpool have a chance for fourth just like Tottenham. Never the less, I was curious enough to study the run in and TWO "big clubs" are not making the CL next season. One surprise entry will make it.

Suarez has been shit this season though I thought?

We've been great for our last 14 games or so - defence has improved rapidly, playing nice football and creating chances. We just need to be more clinical - Sturridge is slowly regaining his fitness and confidence.

Obviously we do miss a world class player like Suarez but we're together as a team and Rodgers deserves great credit for turning things around this season. Europe has been disappointing but if we can push for that top 4 and try and win the FA cup I'd put it down as arguably a better season than last season all things considered. All ifs and buts though.

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