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  1. Balotelli to nick this for the Italians. :P Though it would be pretty legendary stuff if Spain manage to win 3 major tournaments in a row...
  2. Spain playing without a natural striker again. Torres should be starting this imo. Edit: Haha, shows what I know. France were very disappointing though.
  3. Surprised England won the group, Italy should be a very tight match. You can thank the dinosaurs at FIFA for that. At least they're looking to implement it sometime soon.
  4. I can see France going far this year, not sure if they can win it though. I don't understand why Spain has decided to take Torres over Soldado and then not even bother to play a striker against a side like Italy. For all their possession, Spain was giving away more clear cut chances than creating them. Germany to win the whole thing imo.
  5. Oh wow, most amazing ending to a season since Anfield '89.
  6. Holy shit, goal of the season from probably the signing of the season. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysuQdnA2X_Y
  7. Been waiting for this for a while but it finally looks like the release is on the horizon. buy.guildwars2.com
  8. Hopefully Vettal's win is just a one off and he hasn't found his groove. It'll get tedious if he's going to run away with the championship again considering it's looking like it will be a competitive year.
  9. Up until the Arsenal match at Anfield (March 3rd) Liverpool were within touching distance of the top 4. Seeing as a CL place was the owners' goal at the beginning of the season it wouldn't have made much sense to sack him before that. But now, since it's so close to the end of the season I guess there's no point sacking the manager. If anything is going to happen it will be in the summer. It looks likely especially after Comolli, a fitness coach, the GK coach, and some others were all let go earlier this month. At this point I hope Newcastle get 4th as I think they deserve it the most because of how much less money they spend compared to Chelsea, Liverpool, and Spurs; not to mention they had to go through relegation recently. As for the title, I'm leaning more towards Utd winning it than City simply because of their limitless experience in being in this exact situation. I guess a lot of people favour City now because of the momentum they've picked up compared to United. Chelsea were in the same situation and had to beat them at the Bridge last year and blew it in something like 30 seconds if I remember right when Hernandez scored. Even if City win they have to beat Newcastle and QPR who both have a lot left to fight for, whereas Swansea and Sunderland won't be as fired up as they don't have too much more to gain.
  10. So I've had this laptop (Acer Aspire 5571 AWXMi) for 6-7 years and I've just really used it for surfing the net and using Microsoft Office. About a year ago my hard drive got fried so I got a new one that lasted like a week before it too had problems. Luckily enough for me I was able to get a new one for free because of the warranty. Anyway, today I got this pop-up: I already have backups so no problem there, but I'm scared to do anything or turn off my laptop. I have the same programs installed on my desktop and it's able to handle the same workload but I never have had the same problems. I was wondering if my laptop itself can ruin my hard drive since this isn't the first time it has happened. At this point I feel I may as well get a new laptop.
  11. To be fair the ref made some shit calls. Not an excuse for yet another gutless performance though. Saddens me to see Dalglish in such a situation, won't be surprised if Comolli and Kenny resigns or is sacked in the summer. Can see the likes of Suarez and Reina leaving too. Liverpool with their current squad are a million miles from being anywhere near good enough to qualify for the Champions League let alone compete in it.
  12. True, seems that's the story in most top leagues these days bar Germany.
  13. Just heard that he's in stable condition. Very encouraging news after the initial worries. Hope he's able to make a full recovery... the credit entirely goes to the quick actions of the medics for saving his life. Lots of respect for how Webb handled the situation as well. http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story/_/id/1037005/fabrice-muamba-in-stable-condition-after-collapse?cc=4716 http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/17417973
  14. According to the Italian press he left because he felt the FA were undermining him. I know Harry had been linked to the job for some time now but I'm wondering if he'd still be interested considering where Spurs are now. He isn't far from cementing them as a regular top 4 team imo and I wonder if he'd rather see that through.
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