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Old 22-02-2009, 23:14   #16
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verdu was good only shot 2 time to fast
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Old 22-02-2009, 23:15   #17
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Booooooooooooooooooooo!!! Here's why we hate Valencia so much, cheating smelly bastards! We deserved so much more in this match and it hurts especially against Valencia, but well, that's the football that's the life.

We played brilliant first half, except that blunder by Julian. In second part we got lost a bit, but still we were way better than them.

I just love Lassad!!! Very bright future in front of him.
Just imagine Adrian - Lassad duo upfront next season!

Filipe had one of the best matches this season too. And also, please Lotina, get rid off JR.
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Old 22-02-2009, 23:16   #18
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we were sterile like a box of kleenex. No way we make 4 against aalborg like this. Not even against the brotherhood of fathers of the Sagrada Familia.
Boring game actually cause of lack of goal danger.

Well, usually the actual box which contains the kleenex tissues has been exposed to all kinds of ill minded bacteria and various arrays of funk and ooze, so I suppose we weren't that bad after all. And that is the most informed reply I could possibly make to that statement.
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Oh, and two other positive things about tonight:

- it's absolutely amazing to see that these old classicals still have a sence of drama and intensity to them, that you wont find vs fx Villarreal or Racing
- it's awesome that our homegrown youngsters Piscu and Laure are able to show their quality to some of their critics (hopefully)


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my fists is tremendously eager for some action.

yeah, let's go to Valencia right now, give those cheats a lesson they wont soon forget. I'm ready as well...
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Its matches like this that make me want to stop watching football. Poor play on both sides; too many fouls, dirty tricks, yellow/red cards, terrible calls from the ref and a final score that shaped by, depending on your team, good and bad luck.
If anything good came out of this match, it was the reaffirmation of how much I hate stupid, f**king Valencia.
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Old 22-02-2009, 23:26   #21
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Its matches like this that make me want to stop watching football. Poor play on both sides; too many fouls, dirty tricks, yellow/red cards, terrible calls from the ref and a final score that shaped by, depending on your team, good and bad luck.
If anything good came out of this match, it was the reaffirmation of how much I hate stupid, f**king Valencia.

im glad at least 1 other person saw the same match as i did
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Old 22-02-2009, 23:28   #22
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what irritates me most, is that if we take the reverse scenario, Valencia to play in home, as we did today, there is no way we could escape with a draw...
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Old 22-02-2009, 23:29   #23
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what irritates me most, is that if we take the reverse scenario, Valencia to play in home, as we did today, there is no way we could escape with a draw...
Because they have players like Villa who will capitalize every single mistake we make, just like he did today.
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Am I the only one who enjoys watching games with dirty fouls and tricks, lots of cards, lots of intensity etc? Our first half we played well, our second half was pretty crappy but all in all we still would've deserved 3 points. To me, Valencia is Depor's greatest rival so I'm happy we didn't get our asses kicked by them for once. A loss against Valencia is always the most painful loss possible for me.

I do agree with Filip that we get way too little clear chances. I can only think of two big chances, but I could be forgetting one though.
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Old 22-02-2009, 23:37   #25
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Am I the only one who enjoys watching games with dirty fouls and tricks, lots of cards, lots of intensity etc?
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To me, Valencia is Depor's greatest rival so I'm happy we didn't get our asses kicked by them for once. A loss against Valencia is always the most painful loss possible for me.

agree on the first part, that's why i'm dissapointed...we got humiliated in the first round, which makes necessary to win this, we were coming after a humiliation in Uefa cup, which makes double necessary to win this, we had the mentality, we played well, so damn, we should have won this one!!
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I thought Verdu was one our most influential players on the pitch. And the commentator pretty much said the same here.

I was disappointed with Lafita and JR today. The rest were all pretty good.

we probably understand football in a very different way.this match was intense but ugly to watch.too many fouls and dirty tricks as someone said before.
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we probably understand football in a very different way.this match was intense but ugly to watch.too many fouls and dirty tricks as someone said before.
Yeah could be.

For example, to me the best game in the World Cup of 2006 was Portugal - Holland Best game ever
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Probably a fair result. But I reckon if the match went 10 mins longer, we would've snatched it.
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I'm glad depor gain 1 point best than lose
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Yeah could be.

For example, to me the best game in the World Cup of 2006 was Portugal - Holland Best game ever

Damn! don't remind me of that game, I was rooting for Holland so bad in that WC

BTW I didn't think the ref was all that bad today, well, maybe there should have been three more red cards for Valencia
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