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Old 14-01-2010, 01:19   #1
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Default COPA Q-Final (1st Leg) | Deportivo v Sevilla | 20-01-2010 (22:00)| Pre Match Comments

The 1st leg is at home against Sevilla although there's no info on KO time yet. After our 2 leg victory over Valencia, we should be feeling quite confident but I guess they will feel the same way after dumping out the holders, Barcelona.

I'll be happy with a clean sheet and then to catch them on the counter at their place but I'd take a win however it comes (even penalties )

We'll still have injuries but they'll still have players at the African Nations and hopefully Luis Fabiano will still be out.

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Old 14-01-2010, 01:54   #2
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tuff match If the injuried players didn't surpass their Injuries

a clean sheet and maybe scoring a goal in our home will be very good


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Chances are big they'll knock us out, but at least we catch them in the perfect moment. They've been terrible lately. Of course, knocking out Barca is impressive, but you can't compare the games against Barca with the games against Depor. Against Barca, Sevilla had to counter. Against Depor, they'll have to create the game. I still think we'll need a little miracle to advance, but you never know. A win here would bring us really close to something big.

Imo, we need Aranzubia to start, together with Lopo. That's all I'm asking for. Not that Piscu/Ze Castro are bad, but they're lacking the rythm to compete in games like this at 100%. If Sevilla takes the lead, we're pretty much done for imo. I'd even take a 0-0. Our away form is really great, so it's certainly possible to get at least a 1-1 draw or something at Sevilla, also taking in mind their horrible home form as of late. So as long as we keep the clean sheet, I'll be ecstatic.
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They're quite heavy favourites IMO. Doubt we have the quality to take them over two legs, especially taking in mind the 2nd leg is away. But yeah, I'll gladly take 0-0 at home as well. As long as it's not a game like the one with them and Barca at Camp Nou, we can do it. No Kanoute and Fabiano makes things doable.
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Even the tiny Alcoron did it against RM.. though it has hugely to do with an uninspired and uninterested RM side, Alcoron was motivated and did wht all they had to.. an inspired Depor side like y'days can beat any side..
i'm very happy to hear gud things abt I.Perez, who IMO has a lot of potential with his delicate touches and passing.. i hope he grows steadily and Lotina gives him enuf time..
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Not optimistic at all on this.
I will be happy to fight at an equal level and not falling apart like in the last season.
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Not optimistic at all on this.
I will be happy to fight at an equal level and not falling apart like in the last season.
same here.
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The game is at 22h00 CET
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The game is at 22h00 CET
Terrific, I'll miss this game as well then. Had the game been on a Tuesday or Thursday, or even on Wednesday at 20h, I would've been able to watch it. Dammit!!!
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Well, after watching the way Barca wiped the floor with Sevilla today I gotta say Im feeling more optimistic now. They probably will have less confidence and motivation now.


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Terrific, I'll miss this game as well then. Had the game been on a Tuesday or Thursday, or even on Wednesday at 20h, I would've been able to watch it. Dammit!!!

Had the game been at 20h, I wouldn't be able to watch it, so I can't really say I feel bad for you
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Gutted this match isn't on TV (Sky) after the thriller last week against Valencia. Stupid Liverpool v Tottenham match...

As others have said, I think this is the perfect time to be playing Sevilla. Saw their match against Barca at the weekend and they were awful, really missing the likes of Kanoute, Fabiano, Zokora. And with Negredo horribly out-of-form and the quite-mediocre Kone up front, you can't really see where goals are coming from. Having said that they'll probably put 5 past us now!
But we've got to stand a chance at least.
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I can't belive those bastards sky aren't showing it. They've got womens pool followed by womens squash on skysports 4 for **** sake!!
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Players for the game: Manu, Aranzubia, Manuel Pablo, Laure, Lopo, Piscu, Colotto, Zé Castro, Rochela, Filipe, Juan Domínguez, Juan Rodríguez, Antonio Tomás, Juca, Valerón, Iván Pérez, David Añón, Pablo Álvarez, Bodipo and Adrián.


Same list of the past game with Valencia, so same lineup?
I will tell you later.

Sevilla is coming with Luis Fabiano, but it isn't sure if he will play:
Palop, Javi Varas, Stankevicius, Adriano, Escudé, Marc Valiente, Cala, Drago. Navarro, Duscher, Lolo, Romaric, Jesús Navas, José Carlos, Renato, Koné, Capel, Perotti, Negredo and Luis Fabiano.
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Surprise, surprise!

We are going back to the 5-2-2-1

Manu
Laure - Piscu - Lopo - Zé Castro - Filipe
Juca - Antonio Tomás
Juan Rodríguez - Iván Pérez
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