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Champions League Final - who do you want to win?

Who do you want to win the 2021 Champions League Final?  

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  1. 1. Who do you want to win the Champions League Final tomorrow night?



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13 minutes ago, Aventus said:

I missed it but apparently before the match both sets of fans were booing. Mancs booing the champions league anthem, then Chelsea booing the players taking a knee. 

 

What a disgusting pair of football clubs. 

No problem booing that shitty anthem but the taking a knee thing shows Chelsea haven't changed a bit.

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1 minute ago, manwiththestick said:

Pep needs to sign a couple of 50 million pound defenders at half time.

That would be cheap by the genius’s standards.

 

Mason Mount is a brilliant footballer. 

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City need to get Noel Gallagher in that dressing room to give Guardiola his tactical breakdown on an acoustic guitar, the unfeasibly tiresome quim.

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3 minutes ago, manwiththestick said:

Pep needs to sign a couple of 50 million pound defenders at half time.

If they lose this tonight expect a 250m summer spend all funded by Doris the tea lady having her trolley sponsored by etihad.

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I’m checking in on live text updates now and then, hoping both can lose but ultimately can’t pretend I wasn’t happy seeing Chelsea take the lead.

 

hope they smash them, honestly.

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4 minutes ago, an tha said:

I feel dirty being happy about these vile chelsea bastards scoring....but fuck off, City, you cheating bastards.

It took me about 3 minutes to want Chelsea to win.

 

Pep's bouncing around, Sterling being the tit that he is, and both their full backs are total twats.

 

I've actually got nothing against any of this Chelsea side.

 

It's been an excellent half to be fair. One of the best I remember in the CL final.

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3 minutes ago, Tj hooker said:

Werner playing before Giroud is a very strange decision,  saying that Werner playing at all defies belief 

He never hides and drags defenders around a bit but he’s been absolutely abysmal on the ball. Hasn’t even looked like a professional footballer. 

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1 minute ago, an tha said:

If they lose this tonight expect a 250m summer spend all funded by Doris the tea lady having her trolley sponsored by etihad.

I'd sack him if they lose. Shambolic line up.

 

All about him and his ego.

 

Total cunt.

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2 minutes ago, El Rojo said:

He never hides and drags defenders around a bit but he’s been absolutely abysmal on the ball. Hasn’t even looked like a professional footballer. 

He's like a really, really poor Kuyt. 

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5 minutes ago, rubble-rouser said:

This is exactly what we did to City in 2018 - Pep’s been found out. 

They can still rescue this with changes, but this is classic Pep overthinking it. Rodri or Fernandinho have played in every game this season and then he just decides in the biggest game to drop them both. It's complete nonsense.

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Just now, m0e said:

8t took me about 3 minutes to want Chelsea to win.

 

Pep's bouncing around, Sterling being the tit that he is, and both their full backs are total twats.

 

I've actually got nothing against any of this Chelsea side.

 

It's been an excellent half to be fair. One of the best I remember in the CL final.

This chelsea team is actually not full of absolute twats like years gone by, but i despise their gobshite support - little ingerlund, god save the queen, rangers loving pricks.

 

Their bent owner.....Their abuse of the loan system and fact they used to be absolutely fuck all watched by crowds of about 12,000 in a crumbling dump until their lottery win.

 

Horrible pricks.

 

But still preferable to these cheating manc bastards.

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12 minutes ago, Tj hooker said:

Werner playing before Giroud is a very strange decision,  saying that Werner playing at all defies belief 

I think his constant missing the target or hitting it straight at the keeper shows how much he really wanted to be a Liverpool player last offseason.

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Just now, Saintslfc13 said:

I think his constant missing the target or hitting it straight at the keeper shows how much he really wanted to be a Liverpool player last offseason.

I was going to say that he'd have fitted in perfectly with us 

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2 minutes ago, Colonel Kurtz said:

Read a horrific interview by him yesterday. Said we didn’t win the league last year, city lost it. Just a complete twat, saying provocative things just to rile people. 

They'd have needed 100 points to avoid losing it the daft fucking cunt, we broke them last season. 

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If the cunt had said it about this season, he’d be bang on, but about last! Get to fuck

 

oh, and he’s forgetting about that disgraceful offside that was given again Salah the season before at their place, which ultimately meant we missed out that season 

 

TWAT

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