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Old 28-11-2008, 08:22   #31
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Recorded in good quality:
1st half:
http://rapidshare.com/files/16806451...Y_1h.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/16807065...Y_1h.part2.rar

The uploader has not yet uploaded the 2nd half.
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Old 28-11-2008, 08:47   #32
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I moved all posts about our UEFA Cup options to this thread:http://www.deportivo-la-coruna.com/f...ead.php?t=6539

The one you're reading now is about the match against Feyenoord.
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Old 28-11-2008, 08:51   #33
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Quote:
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Recorded in good quality:
1st half:
http://rapidshare.com/files/16806451...Y_1h.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/16807065...Y_1h.part2.rar

The uploader has not yet uploaded the 2nd half.

Thanx man!
It was really nice to see the crowd clap for Makaay and see both him and Valeron exchange shirts!
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Old 28-11-2008, 08:55   #34
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Professional match of Deportivo against a side which would have to fight against relegation in Spain. I think that there's not much to add about this match, only that Depor relaxed after 55 minutes.

Dutch media call it a helpless match of Feyenoord while coach Verbeek claims that his side have nothing to do in Europe.
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Old 28-11-2008, 09:12   #35
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did not manage to trace it, but an excellent result.. i hope we can keep the same spirit and attitude against stronger and difficult teams like Lech.. also grt to see Makaay back even though he is nowhere near of wht he used to be...
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Old 28-11-2008, 09:31   #36
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To be fair deporiginal, the only Dutch fans I saw talking about this game were saying they expected to lose but not like that. They were saying that they couldn't remember the last time they played that badly and got dominated so much and it was especially surprising as their form had picked up lately. There was about 5 of them in the chat room speaking English and none of them had a bad word to say about Depor.

The problem is, Feyenoord does seem to attract more than it's fair share of idiots, so it wouldn't surprise me to see some of them claiming we were crap tonight.
Oh I missed your post. Who goes around quoting himself anyway?

One out of two reactions I read were about Depor being horrible and Feyenoord deserving more until we scored the second. Or, well, until they scored the second

Of course, there are many who are honest sure, but there are just as many who are blind. It's not just Dutch people of course, a lot of Flemish people are exactly the same (for example, Club Brugge fans are the dumbest of all ). This is why I don't like Belgium and Holland. Most of the people are idiots and too cowardly to admit defeat. And it's only logical I don't like Feyenoord. I might as well like Celta
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Congratulations to the depor-fans. yes you were superior but i am not that impressed by your game. Depor was not that good Feyenoord is a shame!
You deserved the victory and this are the current relations in modern football, Feyenoord doesn't play a role anymore at the moment and it hurts very much..

Good luck in the next round.
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Did anybody see Makaay crying after the game by the way? I wonder if it was because of the memories, or because he was ashamed of his team To be honest I did feel really sad for him when he somehow missed that chance when we were already 3-0 up.

I didn't see that! I guess there will be a picture somewhere...
At that play i did feel sorry for him as well, and frankly i wouldn't have gone mad if he scored this one
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I wonder what the Uefa is planning on doing with Feyenoord. As far as I remember, not only was Feyenoord suspended for the rest of the season after that Nancy disaster, they also were on "probation" for a few years. Which means every wrong step they take could be severely punished.

Anyway, I hope they're suspended for a couple of years. What they did yesterday wasn't thát bad, but it's always something with Feyenoord.
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Congratulations to the depor-fans. yes you were superior but i am not that impressed by your game. Depor was not that good Feyenoord is a shame!
You deserved the victory and this are the current relations in modern football, Feyenoord doesn't play a role anymore at the moment and it hurts very much..

Good luck in the next round.
wish all the best to Feyenoord in the future.. i hope they can make the Eredivisie more interesting in the coming years..
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Congratulations to the depor-fans. yes you were superior but i am not that impressed by your game. Depor was not that good Feyenoord is a shame!
You deserved the victory and this are the current relations in modern football, Feyenoord doesn't play a role anymore at the moment and it hurts very much..

Good luck in the next round.
Thanx dude!
Depor was that good though!
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Now 2nd half:
http://rapidshare.com/files/16814689...Y_2h.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/16814683...Y_2h.part2.rar

All 4 files are needed of course. Only problem with this is that Rapidshare is a pain in the ass because of it's limits. But I assume everyone will be able to have within some hours, depending on speed.
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Thanks Danny!!!! Again...
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