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Tottenham Hotspur (N) 1/6/19 Champions League Final

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I dreamt about this last night. We won 2-0, I was at the stadium and was happy but a bit disappointed in the atmosphere. I blamed the shareholders getting tickets.

(yes I worry about ticketing policy in my dreams.)

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33 minutes ago, sir roger said:

My only worry is that the ridiculous 3-week delay will be a bit of a leveller , as we were flying before that & Spurs were very up & down.

We needed the extra time and hopefully Spurs trot out Harry Kane due to this.

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26 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

We needed the extra time and hopefully Spurs trot out Harry Kane due to this.

Indeed gives us both a chance to get our strikers fit. 

 

Luckily they don't realise they are shitter with theirs. 

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I haven’t changed my avatar since Carra retired. The pic I have now is of him holding ‘ol Big Ears. If we win it, i’m changing it, which feels like a big thing!

 

We have to win, for that reason alone.

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1 hour ago, Brownie said:

I haven’t changed my avatar since Carra retired. The pic I have now is of him holding ‘ol Big Ears. If we win it, i’m changing it, which feels like a big thing!

 

We have to win, for that reason alone.

Josemi maybe? 

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Probably been mentioned but the two other times we've knocked Barcelona out at the semi-final stage we've gone on to win that trophy. 76 and 2001 .

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17 hours ago, Stickman said:

Probably been mentioned but the two other times we've knocked Barcelona out at the semi-final stage we've gone on to win that trophy. 76 and 2001 .

 

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Can't even contemplate us not winning this game. I know we've had a great season whatever happens, and with the way we've been getting everything right off the pitch we're only gonna improve from here, but losing the biggest game in the world to fucking Tottenham Hotspur does not bear thinking about. We HAVE to win.

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The challenge for Klopp is to keep the intensity there, because if it is we will blow them away, I should imagine there would have been one or two behind closed doors games to keep the players sharp.

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10 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

This wait is interminable. Am I missing out on some increible build up that’s happening somewhere, or is it all really as dead as it feels.

No, the wait is shit and its length kills any kind of anticipation as you get annoyed and almost just want to get it over with. There's no reason why it couldn't be this weekend.

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32 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

No, the wait is shit and its length kills any kind of anticipation as you get annoyed and almost just want to get it over with. There's no reason why it couldn't be this weekend.

The Spanish Cup Final is this weekend. Barca V Valencia.

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