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Old 29-10-2006, 23:00   #1
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Our last home games with Barca:

1991-1992 --> DEPOR 0 BARCELONA 4
1992-1993 --> DEPOR 1 BARCELONA 0
1993-1994 --> DEPOR 1 BARCELONA 0
1994-1995 --> DEPOR 1 BARCELONA 0
1995-1996 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 2
1996-1997 --> DEPOR 0 BARCELONA 1
1997-1998 --> DEPOR 3 BARCELONA 1
1998-1999 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 1
1999-2000 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 1
2000-2001 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 0
2001-2002 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 1
2002-2003 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 0
2003-2004 --> DEPOR 2 BARCELONA 3
2004-2005 --> DEPOR 0 BARCELONA 1
2005-2006 --> DEPOR 3 BARCELONA 3

Three seasons without defeating the 'mighty' Barcelona at home, who will be the first one to say that this is a 'must win' match?
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Old 29-10-2006, 23:05   #2
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I'm sure after today's lost our boys will jump back to winning again

this is a 'must win' match
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Our new Baby-Depor must show how strong they are in their ground...

we can beat them in Riazor, as always, but Cappa must make some changes in the line-up,

Where is De Guzman..
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Even after the terrible match against Getafe, I think this game could go either way. We can play our great home soccer and win or Barca can play like always and win. Tough game for the youngsters
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I will support my Depor but i'm almost sure that we will lose ...
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Wow! There was a 6 year spell where they couldn't beat us at Riazor.
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Even after the terrible match against Getafe, I think this game could go either way. We can play our great home soccer and win or Barca can play like always and win. Tough game for the youngsters

Exactly what I think! And we shouldn't take risks in this match. I mean some yougster could rest this week.

Carlos, Do you have all the scores for our games against Barca and Real from 1906?
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You can find all the Primera matches Depor played against Barca and Real by going to www.lfp.es .
Then go 'Historia de la Liga' - 'Enfrentamientos de clubes' under 'Imformacion historica' - then choose the teams.

The reason why I didn't provide the link is either beause my computer is being gay or the site is gay. Either way, it just says www.lfp.es .
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"Must win match"? Are you drunk? A point would be great
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We've won all homematches this season, and the players confidence is definitely on top, but the question is, is that enough to beat might a Barca?

Well, let me answer that myself. We won't get anything for free in this match, which means we have to score on the chances we get. Maybe we'll only get one, maybe we'll get more, but nothing can be wasted. To be honest, I think we'll lose our first homematch this year. Barca is just too much for this young team. There's one thing i can assure Barca though. It won't be easy to get points at Riazor.
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Carlos, Do you have all the scores for our games against Barca and Real from 1906?
I only have the games in Primera:
http://www.futbolme.com/0607/_p_hist...uera=BARCELONA
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Cheers Paul and Carlos
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I would like to see some changes in the starting 11 for this game. Wish Andrade could start, but I seriously doubt it he hasn't eve been on the list for the last two games. I think he may be feeling something still and are acting cautiously....
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I would like to see some changes in the starting 11 for this game. Wish Andrade could start, but I seriously doubt it he hasn't eve been on the list for the last two games. I think he may be feeling something still and are acting cautiously....

Caution is absolutely the way to go. From everything I heard about the Valeron case, the main reason for his "relapse" is that he returned to play too fast.
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hello guys


i think depor will face a difficult match in riazor their ground, cappa should make changes on the line up , riki do you remember when he was as a left winger he was better than now(striker), returning him back will be a good idea,arizmendi as a striker will be good cause he improved his playing, estoynof will be good in the left wing cause he is faster than ariz , for the play maker .......cristian could be good cause he can change places for time to time with riki he will a second striker and cristian covers the left wing ,his will confuse the rival(barca), defensive mid sergio and dutscher the old form is better, and verdo as a replacement for sergio if things gone wrong,central defence arbeola is good , but lopo he must be changed....if possible with juanma,capi on the left and pablo in the right cause this game need experienced players


i hope all of you has read my point .....
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