Last night as European Champions. Been a short ride, but it was fun. Hopefully one day we can get that trophy back.
No but seriously, crazier things happened, around 25-30 minutes we should know if it's an open game, or going to the expected 0-0. Don't think there's a big chance but it's a lot better option than what would happen if City for example were beating Madrid 2 weeks ago.
Dont know why Chelsea fans are being so dramatic about it, Shakhtar have won every game at home so far, they wont want to finish second in the group, and Chelsea should beat Nordsjælland, so its certainly not impossible
It's not impossible, but I think once Shakhtar realise Juve are perfectly comfortable with the draw, then they will not have to put their foot on the gas and the draw will be played out.
It's embarrassing to go out as champions (the first time ever to be done), but oh well. Just gotta sort ourselves out and make sure we're back next year (which isn't a guarantee with the shit 'performances' we're putting out these days).
Chelsea will qualify and then get the easiest last 16 draw
knowing their luck this will happen
English media are just making things overly dramatic, they are acting like its a forgone conclusion Juve will get a result when not many teams get them in Donetsk, only team that did was Barcelona in recent years
Barcelona XI: Pinto - Montoya Puyol Adriano Planas - Thiago Song SergiRoberto - Tello Rafinha Villa
I don't even need to look at our own XI to know that we better start preparing for Thursday Night football in February
Obviously clubs have the right to look after their own interests regarding resting their top players but I don't like this at all, especially when so much is on the line. Doesn't playing a "weakened side" in the prem get you a fine?