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Old 04-15-2008, 01:01 PM   #16
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Re: The Champions League: First Knockout Round

I wouldve thought it would be interesting if he went to Man. City. Either way I don't really care I'm just pissed Arsenal has fucked things up for themselves.
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Old 04-22-2008, 09:43 PM   #17
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I'm starting to get pissed off about the Champions League. Now that my friend Juan is out of town I've had a hard time getting wind of when matches are coming up. As a result I've turned on the TV at around 4:00 twice now to see two games in the 88th minute. A few weeks ago with Liverpool/Arsenal and today with Chelsea/Liverpool.

If any of you guys saw the end of the Chelsea/Liverpool game, well it was amazing. Chelsea was down 1-0 going into the 5th minute of extra time, they get a throw in then a cross and one of the defenders tried to head the ball after the cross but the ball went straight into the goal.

I'll try to find a highlight, but I kind of felt sorry for the guy. That or I hoped he had done something really horrible and kharma was coming back to kick him in the butt.
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Old 04-22-2008, 09:46 PM   #18
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I'm starting to get pissed off about the Champions League. Now that my friend Juan is out of town I've had a hard time getting wind of when matches are coming up. As a result I've turned on the TV at around 4:00 twice now to see two games in the 88th minute. A few weeks ago with Liverpool/Arsenal and today with Chelsea/Liverpool.

If any of you guys saw the end of the Chelsea/Liverpool game, well it was amazing. Chelsea was down 1-0 going into the 5th minute of extra time, they get a throw in then a cross and one of the defenders tried to head the ball after the cross but the ball went straight into the goal.

I'll try to find a highlight, but I kind of felt sorry for the guy. That or I hoped he had done something really horrible and kharma was coming back to kick him in the butt.
You have a .edu address right? So you should be able to watch full replays of the matches on ESPN360.com
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You have a .edu address right? So you should be able to watch full replays of the matches on ESPN360.com
Holy shit!!! If thats true then you are my new hero.
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Old 04-22-2008, 09:51 PM   #20
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Holy shit!!! If thats true then you are my new hero.
Right now the Liverpool vs Chelsea match is available (the English feed). Just click on "Replay" (2nd tab on the right column), then search by soccer
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Right now the Liverpool vs Chelsea match is available (the English feed). Just click on "Replay" (2nd tab on the right column), then search by soccer
It's true, you are now my new hero. I can now watch UEFA games as well games from Sierra A. And yes the Liverpool/Chelsea match is available in fact I'm watching it now.
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Old 04-22-2008, 09:59 PM   #22
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It's true, you are now my new hero. I can now watch UEFA games as well games from Sierra A. And yes the Liverpool/Chelsea match is available in fact I'm watching it now.
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SS it is not only replays, but full games! If you have a .edu you can watch espn channels live on the computer. So that's what we do during class lol. But yea crazy game. I hate both teams but Liverpool more at this point.
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Old 04-22-2008, 10:34 PM   #24
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SS it is not only replays, but full games! If you have a .edu you can watch espn channels live on the computer. So that's what we do during class lol. But yea crazy game. I hate both teams but Liverpool more at this point.
Yeah it's live and on-demand.
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Old 04-23-2008, 09:25 AM   #25
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Re: The Champions League: First Knockout Round

I have a Firefox Plugin called Online Kicker, which you can set up to alert you to scores from your favorite leagues, cups, tourneys and teams...
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/725

So, I saw Liverpool go up 1-nil, then saw Chelsea tie it...pretty crazy. Chelsea has a big advantage playing the 2nd leg at home. My buddy is most likely super pissed (huge Liverpool fan). Man U plays Barça today at Camp Nou. I'm hoping for a 0-0, 1-1 result, keep it close going into the 2nd leg at Old Trafford...
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Old 04-23-2008, 10:24 AM   #26
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chelsea really do play some stale soccer. liverpool very unfortunate to concede at the last second. im a big barcelona fan so im hoping we can get a win tonight, wont be easy for sure since we have had a pretty bad season. hoping not to concede any goals
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Re: The Champions League: First Knockout Round

Hey did ESPN360 work for me because I was on campus last night. Because yesterday I didn't have to load anything and now I can't find a way to bring it up.
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Hey did ESPN360 work for me because I was on campus last night. Because yesterday I didn't have to load anything and now I can't find a way to bring it up.
You're accessing from Comcast now? Then it's not going to work, Comcast isn't an affiliate partner of so Comcast users don't get 360.
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Old 05-22-2008, 03:27 AM   #29
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I really really dislike Man U, but what a year. Champions League and the Premier League.
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I'm a huge Man U mark, but they got so freakin' lucky yesterday. If Drogba doesn't slap Vidic with 4 minutes left in Extra Time, he hits the 5th penalty shot and they win. Crazy, crazy match. Not sure what Ronaldo was thinking with the stutter step, but John Terry saved his ass. He had Van der Sar beat, but just let it go wide. Then Van der Sar knew which way Anelka was going and you have your Double for Man U.

That was probably Drogba's last match with Chelsea, and perhaps Avram Grant's as well, as Roman Abramovich has spent way too much money to come home empty handed.
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