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Old 13-05-2007, 23:19   #616
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Celta is going to Segunda
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Old 13-05-2007, 23:24   #617
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Celta is going to Segunda

As a Galician I would like them to save themselves from relegation in this 4 last games, even though it looks difficult ...
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Old 14-05-2007, 07:17   #618
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Celta are definitely on their way down. The gap with a safe spot is now 4 points with 4 points remaining, Celta's form has been terrible all season and they have 2 away matches to play at Real Sociedad and Atletico.

It looks likely that the third relegation spot, besides Nastic and Celta, will be for Bilbao or Real Sociedad. Bilbao have never been relegated, although Real Sociedad have been more succesfull during the past 25 years.
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Old 14-05-2007, 08:45   #619
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Celta are definitely on their way down. The gap with a safe spot is now 4 points with 4 points remaining, Celta's form has been terrible all season and they have 2 away matches to play at Real Sociedad and Atletico.

It looks likely that the third relegation spot, besides Nastic and Celta, will be for Bilbao or Real Sociedad. Bilbao have never been relegated, although Real Sociedad have been more succesfull during the past 25 years.

I think you mean 4 games (12 points)

I agree that they're looking pretty doomed but next week's game is away at Sociedad and could provide a lifeline for one of those clubs. I think Sociedad are the team in better form, so it'll be very hard for Celta.

The following week they are at home to Betis which is a game they could win but their last 2 games are away to A.Madrid and then at home to Getafe. They might be playing a weakened Getafe team though, as the team from Madrid are playing in the Cup Final the next week.

It's going to be hard for Celta but it's do-able
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Old 16-05-2007, 14:51   #620
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I have a feeling that Real Madrid will decide the Liga this weekend. At 19.00 they play at Recre, a team which has been very all-or-nothing this season. In their current form, Madrid will probably win this one. If they do, they only might lose points at Zaragoza this season.

Barcelona are in a negative spiral and Betis' blow might have been fatal. And they're playing at 21.00 at Atletico, knowing the result of Madrid (and Sevilla) and so probably having the pressure to win themselves.
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Oh my god!! Real Madrid were dominating everything and they were leading 2-0. Uche came on and in the 80th minute he got a penalty after dribbling two Madrid defenders. 2-1. Then in the 85th min Uche made it 2-2 after bad defensive play by R. Carlos. And guess who scored in the injury time. Yeah, that's right, R. Carlos.

FT: Madrid 3-2 Huelva

EDIT: I see Molina got a red card after 5 mins for Levante against Osasuna. What happened?
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barca is leading 4-0 against atl. madrid
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The 4th goal was absolute quality
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EDIT: I see Molina got a red card after 5 mins for Levante against Osasuna. What happened?

He ran outside the area,and made a save with his hand...
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So all Sevilla, Madrid and Barcelona (now leading 0-4) have won their difficult away matches. Interesting, and probably the title will be decided on the final day of the season.

The program of the title candidates is:

Madrid - Deportivo
Zaragoza - Madrid
Madrid - Mallorca

Barcelona - Getafe
Barcelona - Espanyol
Gimnastic - Barcelona

Sevilla - Zaragoza
Mallorca - Sevilla
Sevilla - Villarreal

And well, what about Celta? Their season is just awful to them. They were 0-1 up at rivals Real Sociedad and a win would not only mean a blow to these Basques, but also would have had Celta at just 1 point of safety. So what do they do? They lose 3-1, help Real Sociedad back into life and now are at 4 points of safety with 3 matches remaining. This means that next week already they could be relegated.

The program of the relegation candidates is:

Athletic - Mallorca
Villarreal - Athletic
Athletic - Levante

Osasuna - Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad - Racing
Valencia - Real Sociedad

Celta - Betis
Atletico - Celta
Celta - Getafe

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Athletic seems to have the easiest opponents

but looking at celta's schedule it looks like they are going down.
not seeing them getting too much points from these matches
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Atletico - Barca 0:6
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Atletico - Barca 0:6

Not in our worst matches we've been as poor as Atlético today. At most, that was Segunda B standard. Poor Pichu - and even worse the Patético fans that ridiculed their own young keeper.

Some classy goals by Barca.
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I think Sevilla are going to run out of petrol on their drive to the Liga Championship but Real and Barca will decide the title on the last day of the season.

At the bottom, I really hope Sociedad pick up some points in the next 2 games so that the A.Bilbao v Levante game is really important.
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Good bye Celta!
I can't beleive that they have only won three games during the last eight months... and two were against us
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