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Don't have a link, but in an interview in the Daily Express Sir Exlax was commenting on how his team are better equipped to become the first team to win back to back Champions League wins since the current group format was introduced in 1992.

 

I'm paraphrasing here a bit but basically he said that it was very difficult to win back to back because it is much more competitive now with the top 4 teams from England, Spain & Italy all involved each year. Having said that he thinks AC Milan should have won it twice!

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I bet AC Milan think they should have won back to back titles being 3-0 at half time too.

 

Seems a bit of a non-story this.

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They wouldnt have been back to back though.

 

Neither they would.

 

(sticks tongue in bottom lip and makes durrh noise at self)

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I seem to remember Bayern being unjustly robbed by two late goals on a balmy night in Barcelona. No mention of that eh?

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