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Fc Barcelona VS Real MAdrid ( El Classico 2 )

r0naldo4life2010-05-09 16:40:35 +0000 #1
its on like never before..

talk bout the game here..

i just hope we dont get smacked like we did in the bernabeau.. although i cant see different..

anyway.. cicinho as rite back to cancel out ronaldinho's fancyness..

get it? brazilian trickster vs brazilian trickster .. hope he can stop him

hopefully also messi would be still out ( reports saying he'll be back to terrorize carlos ) so guily will be stuck against carlos..

anyway.. gonna be one hellofa game, we need a early goal and a solid ass defence. not leaving too much space like we did in the 1st game and hopefully ronaldinho wont pull out a couple goals from nothing..

lets hope barca grew some balls after the game from bernabeau and play with less than 8 defenders.

anyway

bit early to judge how its gonna turn out.. maybe they be tired after the benfica game so thatll be to our advantage

so, lets hear what u guy got..
realmadrid2892010-05-09 16:44:23 +0000 #2
i feel that we will this game, or at least we will do gr8

they r tired and now they have benfica, keep hoping 4 any injuries lool

barca r sick of bad results recently,

in my opinion if we play the same way we plaayed depor, we goona win surely
shado2010-05-09 17:23:56 +0000 #3
Although we are playing better from couple of weeks...., our defence gives me hell of a scare.

I dont think cicinho could stop Ronaldinho.....and about Messi I hope he doesnt play the match.

By the way will woodgate be fit for the match???? At the moment I think our offence is Ok....Midfield too is not bad, but defencive midfield is really weak.

Graveson should be well supported by our offencive midfielders. Gaveson might be our weak link. If he gives away freekicks with his aggresive tackles...then we will be in real trouble....Barca is very good from dead ball situations. In such kind of match situations our offence could also take battering.

I really hope to see an explosive match with a win to RealMadrid. Hope Ronaldos form continues and gives tremours to Barcas defence.
realmadrid2892010-05-09 17:05:25 +0000 #4
Woodgate is injured again, and cicnho cant defend, but he will give a lot of trouble with beckham to eithe gio or sylvinho, they can beet them easily
shado2010-05-09 17:02:52 +0000 #5
BECKS DOUBTFUL FOR BARCA CLASH

Real Madrid midfielder David Beckham limped out of training on Tuesday with an injury to his right ankle and is a doubt for this weekend´s game at Barcelona.

The England captain initially hurt his ankle in Sunday´s 4-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna and aggravated the injury on Tuesday morning.

The loss of Beckham will be a blow as he had played well in his last two matches against Real Zaragoza and Depor.
shado2010-05-09 18:12:32 +0000 #6


Real want revenge on Barcelona for Bernabeu humiliation

Real Madrid are desperate for revenge for a humiliating 3-0 defeat by Barcelona earlier this season when they play their arch-rivals on Saturday.

"This is the revenge match for us because that 3-0 defeat hurt us because of the way it damaged our image and our fans," goalkeeper Iker Casillas told a news conference on Wednesday.

Barcelona forward Ronaldinho was given a standing ovation by a section of the Real Madrid fans after he scored two virtuoso solo goals in November's match at the Bernabeu.

"When we beat them there (in Barcelona) in the Champions League (in 2002) no one applauded us. If we play well and win that will be great and if we play badly and win that will be great too," said Casillas.

Barca lead Real by 11 points in the Primera Liga with eight games left.

The Spain international admitted that even if Real win at the Nou Camp, their hopes of depriving Barca of a second successive league title remained very slim.

"We are realistic," Casillas said. "Our aim is to win at the Nou Camp to try and pull clear of the other teams that are fighting for second place.

"We have to win at all costs. If they win they will be taking a giant step towards the title."
shado2010-05-09 18:32:36 +0000 #7


Guti: "I Always Want Barça To Lose"

Guti has admitted that Real Madrid have little chance of catching Barcelona at the top of the table as the two sides prepare to meet in the classic encounter this weekend, but is still hopeful.

The Spain international stated that he always wants Frank Rijkaard's side to lose and believes that Madrid can copy the Blaugrana's win at El Bernabéu by winning as the away team.

Barcelona currently enjoy an 11-point gap from Madrid, who are in second place, and Guti believes that his side must concentrate on finishing as runners-up to ensure they automatically qualify for the group stages of the Champions League next season.

"Of course I always want Barcelona to lose," he said. "Winning the league is very difficult, but all our remaining games are now very important.

"It is a very important match because we can cement ourselves in second place and reduce the gap that the leaders have. We have to play direct rivals like Barcelona, Osasuna and Sevilla.

"They will be focussed on the Champions League, but we still expect to face a very strong Barcelona team.

"No game can save the season for a club like Real Madrid if we do not win any trophies.

"Mathematically it is possible, but as for winning it the distance is still very large."

"The favourite is always the home team and they have an 11-point advantage which will mean even more. But if they won at the Bernabéu we can win there."
Andreea2010-05-09 19:49:31 +0000 #8
I think it will be a great game, and, like GUTI said, I always want Barca to lose1 who doesn`t? I really hope REAL wins!

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