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CL: Real Madrid vs Arsenal/AFC vs RM | 21/02/06 & 08/03/06

Discussion in 'Match Day Archive' started by kent_gunner, Dec 16, 2005.

  1. zerofeel

    zerofeel New Member

    i reckon we got the right kinda team that likes to play football with alot of technique in it..its gonna be a classic match in the making... cant wait!
     
  2. goonerwarsh

    goonerwarsh Well-Known Member Trusted

    What a great draw,

    Ashley will even get to check out his dressing room for next year too, eveyone's happy :lol:
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    The only Real player I am scared of is Becks. People slag him off quite a bit but he has been fantastic over the last year, he always gives 100% and its him who starts most plays. I know its not the Arsenal way but I would stick Flamini manmarking him.
     
  4. kamikaze80

    kamikaze80 New Member Elite

    love this draw. absolutely love it. :D
     
  5. Gurgen

    Gurgen New Member Elite

    Should be a cracking trip for the travelling lads as well.
     
  6. sabret00the

    sabret00the New Member Trusted

    you're right it is the most exciting draw a gooner could hope for and it will also be a great showcase to any new talent we're hoping to bring in.
     
  7. sabret00the

    sabret00the New Member Trusted

    bremen would not have suited me in the slightest, they're a very underrated team.
     
  8. legandary

    legandary New Member

    A perfect game for us. A team that are possibly even less physical than us. This will be all about football, and i will always back this Gunners team when it comes down to a game of skill and ability. I can't wait for this game!

    Go you Gunners!
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    If we beat them we will probably get their next manager sacked! :p
     
  10. Natnat

    Natnat Active Member Elite

    As this is to be much talked about game ,now to quote my youngest 'match of the season' .
    I will put this on sticky.
     
  11. lozzapig

    lozzapig New Member

    doubt any big guns wont already be cup tied for the cup. any way bring it on!! what a game
     
  12. kanooo

    kanooo New Member


    Are you kidding?

    Agree that Becks would be a threat (provided he plays on the right wing).

    But what about Ronaldo? He maybe fat. Damn, he may even be a bit ugly. But on his day, he's still very very good. Just ask Manchester United who scored a hatrick at Old Trafford when they met Madrid a few years back.

    What about Zidane? Yeah, the guy's getting old. But he can still be a major threat.

    I don't rate the other players that highly but still they have a lot of quality.

    I'm glad though that Baptista is playing in midfield. His goals have totally dried up since he joined Madrid. Seems that Robinho is also not scoring that much either at the moment, is he?
     
  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Robinho scored a fanstasic goal last weekend. It will be a great match.
     
  14. kel varnsen

    kel varnsen New Member Trusted

    hm, a decent draw. we're ****e, real are sh*te. at least we didn't draw bayern munich...
     
  15. dysphoria

    dysphoria Well-Known Member

    we've got 2 potential wildcards for this particular game.

    Enter Jose Antonio Reyes and Cesc Fabregas.

    reyes almost joined em, i hope he shows em what they missed out on and cesc was "poached" by us from barca's youth academy so i doubt he'll be getting a warm reception from the st bernabau. come on lads!
     
  16. RocktheCasbah

    RocktheCasbah New Member Elite

    Well, what can I say?

    Immediate reaction was that I'm really excited (it certainly beats Bayern Munchen) but I think we'll get tanked.

    That is, unless we can pick ourselves up. I also don't think it's that much of an advantage being at home second, I feel we need a good start at home, not another away day disaster that sees us trying to pick up the pieces at Highbury.

    Anyway, if they beat us, well our last CL match at Highbury will be against Real Madrid and that's kinda cool, I think.
     
  17. USArsenal

    USArsenal H.Y.I.C. Administrator

    Ronaldo has scored 1 goal since 10/15.. he hasnt exactly been in sparkling form... but he is still dangerous...

    and i think you are all forgetting the fact that Ballack will be most likely signing for Real in January.. although, now that I think about it, he is cup tied, so it doesnt matter.. hehe

    Robinho hasnt been playing all that well, but he did score a nice goal last weekend.. and Baptista hasnt done much of anything... in fact, he was on their "second team" for a while...
     
  18. USArsenal

    USArsenal H.Y.I.C. Administrator

    RtC, i think that if we can keep it close in Spain, we have a shot.. even last year, where we got spanked at Bayern, we had a shot at home.. we just couldnt pull it off...

    i think this is going to be a shootout... i can see 4-5 goals in each match being scored....
     
  19. RocktheCasbah

    RocktheCasbah New Member Elite

    I think it will be very difficult to keep it close in Spain. I really do.
     
  20. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Is it an advantage to play away in the first leg? I would prefer to play at home first so you 'should' have the advantage going into the second leg.

    I think we will beat them. Thierry will be well up for it to show Spain how good he is. Pires, Lauren and Senderos all turned down Real to join us so will be looking to put on a show.

    But most of all Fabregas and Reyes I am excited about already. The last time Reyes played Real we all know what happened and you can just see the 18 year old exBarca youth player dominating the Galacticos.

    It will take a huge performance from the whole team but I think we will win 3-2 overall then be knocked out by Rangers in the next round :oops:
     

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