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Old 08-30-2003, 07:37 AM
Dr.Strangelove Dr.Strangelove is offline
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Default Some Saturday soccer

Record: 12-8-1 +9.72

Not to much time for write-ups, so I keep it short:

Italy Seria A
Reggina – Sampdoria: Sampdoria at 0.0 (pk or level ball) @ 2.00 (+100) for 2 units with Interwetten.
Serie A opener. After years in Serie B Sampdoria is back in top flight. They manage to straighten team with lot new quality players, most notably Doni from Atlanta. Newcomers in Serie A usually tend to perform very well, particular in their starting games. Reggina avoided relegation last year by a whisker and another hard fight is in front of them. Actually they are pretty good in front of they fanatic fans but I won’t give them to much chances tonight. Reggina will miss they top striker Benazzoli.
It’s an opening game, hence small stake.

EPL
Two small bets:
Aston Villa – Leicester: Leicester at +0.5, +1 @ 1.926 (-108) with Pinnacle for 1 unit.
If you want to know meaning of the phrase “English bulldog” you should watch Leicester playing. They may lack quality but certainly not determination (just watch Dikof). I expect they’ll continue their pit fighting soccer which should pose quite a few problems for Villa. Villa was surprisingly good against Arsenal at Wednesday night but their main problem, scoring goal, remains unsolved. Villa will miss midfielder Barry. Leicester has pretty good record at Villa Park – they’ve got two successive wins (seasons 00/01 & 01/02)

Everton – Liverpool: Everton at 0.0 (pk or level ball) @ 2.15 (+115) with Pinnacle for 1 unit.
In face of 169 th Mersey side derby every one seems to fancy Liverpool. You might say with good reasons – at Goodison Park, Reads fared rather well in past Everton won just 1 of last 10 encounters. Gerard “Ol’ frog eyes” Houllier is even optimistic. I must say, Everton has excellent chances to finally make a breakthrough - Liverpool really sucks. Tyer’re playing worst soccer as far as I can remember, nothing seems to function right, against Spurs 5 strikers were unable to score…
With a bit of luck, Everton should win.


Good luck to all
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Old 08-30-2003, 06:53 PM
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Old 09-01-2003, 10:53 AM
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Dear Maria,
Thank you very much
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Old 09-01-2003, 03:33 PM
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Had bad vibes about the derby beforehand. Yet again, we didn't play at all well against the shite and deservedly lost. Defensively we were inept (4 or 5 mistakes, 3 were punished) and didn't take our many chances. Such is life, we ain't a bad team, and they ain't a good one,

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Old 09-01-2003, 08:50 PM
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The game almost looked like an FA Cup match with Liverpool playing some obscure Conference team. It does help though if Heskey spends most of the game on the bench instead of wasting one opportunity after the other...
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Old 09-01-2003, 10:02 PM
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Well,Rooney ain´t no Owen yet it seems.
Regarding missed opportunities-try Henri Camara.Put Sweden out of the World Cup,and now,playing for Wolves(everything is forgiven)burns EVERYTHING in front of a goal(I ain´t gonna forgive that).
Damn,we need every goal we can get-and Camara misses four great chances against Man U and continues against Pompey.
MILLER-COME BACK(and Murray,Lescott,Kennedy)!
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Old 09-02-2003, 12:37 AM
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Ahead - Actually I was very impressed with the Wolves fighting spirit against MU. Camara did well to get those openings but I personally think that players with a background in the French league take their opportunities too carelessly. You will never see anyone that has played in Seria A miss more than a couple of a game. They know how valuable 1/2 chances are and will most likely take advantage.
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Old 09-02-2003, 08:13 AM
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Ahead, what's the news in the Sweden camp? Are they ready to fight for a draw with mighty San Marino? Just kidding...

Seriously, is the squad looking good for the next two matches? Any significant injuries?
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Old 09-02-2003, 08:45 PM
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Conrad-playing against San Marino,what exactly is a significant injury?
No Henke Larsson(not injured though-just stopped playing caps)-Aston Villas Marcus Allbäck latest I heard should be fit.Probably pairing with Zlatan Ibrahimovic(Ajax)who also had some injury problems earlier but is fit now.
I mean,even Freddie Ljungberg seems healthy.No worries-not for us Swedes.We beat SM 6-0 away-and it´s just a matter of how motivated the guys will be at Råsunda when leading 4 or 5 goals.
We won´t miss Portugal.No way.Beating SM and Latvia at home will be enough.We won´t miss that and don´t expect us to lose in Poland either.Devastated them at home 3-0,and we are a consistantly good team.
Watch out for us next year in Portugal.We are in the outsider category for the title.
Confidence is high(wish I could say the same about Old Gold-Sir Jack should have acted-instead Pompey is doing every right move there is).
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Old 09-02-2003, 08:55 PM
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DG,agrees on the Man U game.That´s the spirit that´s gonna be needed if we ain´t gonna fall back too much too soon.With 4 keyplayers gone-you just gonna have to fight to the level you can feel the taste of blood in your mouth.Wolves did just that at Old Trafford.
Still,match before we lost to Charlton...0-4....at Molineux.The crowd started booing 10 minutes into the game.Ugly match to say the least.
A forward has to score IMO.That´s the basic meaning of being a forward in top football(possibly with the exception of Del Piero then).I´m hard on Camara-but those misses against United hurts.Jury is still out I guess-but I think he is better as a winger.
Come to think of it....Silas....could be worst buy of the season.
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Old 09-03-2003, 07:47 AM
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Ahead, thanks for the info. I'm (obviously) not worried about San Marino, but a few days later your boys will be heading South so if you did have any injury worries, you certainly wouldn't want them to get any worse against lowly San Marino.

I have some $$$ on Sweden to win the group and I feel my money is already safe & sound. All you need is a home win against Latvia, though I'm hoping other results will go your way (Poland taking the points in Latvia and Hungary drawing there). I sure wouldn't mind getting paid early!
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Old 09-04-2003, 10:06 AM
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It´s money in the bank,Conrad,in the bank!

Allbäck won´t play against SM for security reasons.He´s coming back from a milder injury and Sweden saves him for the Poland match.Hands down,I think Sweden will go up big on SM.Niklas Skoog(Malmö FF)probably pairing up front-and both he and Zlatan will be very eager to shine,since none of them has a secure place in the team for the moment.Anders Svensson has been put in the freezer by Strachan in Soton-and there are alot of guys in the team hungry to shine.

I think it will be a shellacking.
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