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Now looking forward to my precious gooners getting destroyed by Munich

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The logic here is the same as with Roger. The haters only see the decision that go our way .
It's a bit different, because a United fan, I see our faults, and I admit them. When ref decision goes our when when it shouldn't have, I'll hold my hands up and admit it. Plenty of fedtards deny he does any thing wrong, that's the difference mate.

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I will be supporting you next week, even though it's unlikely you will go through.

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Now looking forward to my precious gooners getting destroyed by Munich
Yeah I'm not exactly optimistic on Barca's chances against Milan either

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I will be supporting you next week, even though it's unlikely you will go through.
If Arsenal go out Dortmund are my team for the win. Great team.

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If Arsenal go out Dortmund are my team for the win. Great team.
Agreed. Don't wanna see a Spanish team winning it tbh. Dortmund are a great side.

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We haven't had Ref's help domestically for ages, so I don't know what you're on about.

And of course I'm sure, Arsenal never get Ref's help, only team that does is United... that's right.
You are making unnecessary inferences from my post, which don't aid your argument at all.

Exactly my point, every team gets help from the referee at some point. It isn't unfair to say the bigger teams are favoured and today was Real Madrid's turn.

I'll admit it's rather unfortunate for Manchester United that it was a sending off, rather than say an illegal goal or dubious penalty call. At least in those situations, they'd still have eleven men on the pitch, with which they had been and were going to continue to dominate Real Madrid with.

Rather unlucky, but that's football.
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I have no idea how Ramos is a RM player, own goal, a penalty etc.

I would have subbed Ronaldo right after his goal, he was ridiculous, not even trying and apologizing for making his job lol

Disgusting referee.

What was Mourinho thinking when Real scored the 2-1? They were doing alright, dominating the game and then they just gave the ball to United so they could try their best to still win?

Diego Lopez > Casillas, who is along with Sérgio Ramos the most overrated players in the world.

And Modric, what a goal.
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Brilliant 10 days for RM Saved the season for now,but now they need to capitalize this.They still need to improve because it wasn't good at all before the red card,and big credits to MU for very smart tactical play.They willingly let RM to have the possession most of the time but didn't let them create chances,great organized defensive block.After the red card they sunk very fast though.Ronaldo was basically invisible for most of the game,and MU defense has a lot of credits for that too.It'll be Real or Bayern this year I think.
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He is a top player and hopefully he'll be showing that constantly next season,this year he didn't because of various circumstances,didn't train with the team whole summer,overall very bad Real performances in Liga,lack of decisiveness to push forward and boss the midfield due to some kind of fear..Anyway,the last 2 games were great
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So scoring 1 important goal is really worth all that money? xD
Let see what gona happend in future.
Modric is class, no way he is a flop. It's just that Mourinho prefers to play with 2 DM. He was a game changer today.
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You are making unnecessary inferences from my post, which don't aid your argument at all.

Exactly my point, every team gets help from the referee at some point. It isn't unfair to say the bigger teams are favoured and today was Real Madrid's turn.

I'll admit it's rather unfortunate for Manchester United that it was a sending off, rather than say an illegal goal or dubious penalty call. At least in those situations, they'd still have eleven men on the pitch, with which they had been and were going to continue to dominate Real Madrid with.

Rather unlucky, but that's football.
I'm not trying to argue that the Ref changed the game any way.... RM would of probably won sending off or no sending off

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So scoring 1 important goal is really worth all that money? xD
Let see what gona happend in future.
all that money could be peanut for that goal

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Modric would've been far better off at Spurs though.. could've been captain, him and Bale could've been the base of something big. Great goal mind

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I'm not trying to argue that the Ref changed the game any way.... RM would of probably won sending off or no sending off
No, they wouldn't.
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I'm not trying to argue that the Ref changed the game any way.... RM would of probably won sending off or no sending off
Manchester United would have, in all likelihood, won the tie without the sending off, mate.

That's why everyone who supports them is so pissed off right now. The tie was stolen from their grasp, unfairly in many people's eyes.
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