Friday, November 30, 2007

Champions League set for revamp...



As per the BBC...

Uefa is set to revamp the Champions League today with the top three clubs in the
Premier League qualifying for the group stages from 2009.
Under the plans, the fourth-placed side will now face a play-off against a team from another of Europe's leagues.

Previously in the Premiership, the top two sides qualified by right and the next two joined the third qualifying round.

It is likely the fourth-placed Premier League side will face a tougher play-off compared to
playing in the third qualifying round of the Champions League against weaker opponents.

Hahaha, great news this - because it now means that the Scouse-Scum whom I detest*** so much wont be in the Champions League next season.

This gives me an excuse to post the prodigal son's goal against his former club in injury time on Tuesday night.
He did it to his former club twice this season and what a fucking goal.
The face he makes after scoring it was priceless...
I give you the Number 7 shirt...Cristiano Ronaldo!




***Detest is still a very weak work to describe my hatred for that club.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

You really hate Liverpool, don't you?!?!!

Pedro said...

The L-Word is forbidden on this blog.
Wash your mouth out!

What the fuck is Hargreaves doing standing at that free-kick?
Walk away buddy, and let the master at it.

Q said...

ah pedro! i have to deduct two canadian awesomeness points from you. life long 'pool supporter ( but i still like you).

red said...

oh dear lord you're a man u supporter. and i thought you had such good taste.

On The Record said...

I had a very tasty Indian takeaway the other night thanks to your hatred of that club

benny said...

Should there be a Salary Cap in Football?
Personally I think there should be! It’s just getting to be stupid money in football at the top of the premiership!
It’s always the same teams at the top proving that football success is based purely on money which ruins the idea of it being a sport! They’ve done it in rugby, basketball, hockey and American football and it makes the sports more competitive and better to watch!
I do a little Spread Betting from time to time and most matches don’t hold much surprise who is going to win, its boring! I want to see a team at the bottom pulling off an amazing season beating last seasons winners in a close fought battle!
Make things fair! It shouldn’t be about money!
Plus!
All there is all that money in the premiership and barely any of it stays in the UK so it’s not even helping the economy!
From my Spread Betting (or more precisely Football Spread Betting) if I ever win big (which is never, I’m unlucky) it’s still nothing compared to the average premiership players weekly wage!

write an essay for me said...

I suppose that Ronaldo failed to make an impact in the World Cup; after going scoreless in the qualifiers, his only goal came in Portugal's 7–0 group stage thrashing of North Korea on 21 June, which marked his first international goal in 16 months