Man Utd vs Porto


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Stingray

WE WOOOOOOON!!!

Beautiful. Just beautiful. :laugh:

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Mike

as the crowd put it, 'the referee's a w*nker!'

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Stingray
just look at the flow of fouls .. porto are peeing in pants

Come again? :whistle:

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Quboid

There is NO UMPIRE!

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McKrout
as the crowd put it, 'the referee's a w*nker!'

LOL

TS

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Sushubh

man utd lost.

scholes had a valid goal disallowed.

crap.

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kyro
Come again? :whistle:

did u visit the umpires and gave them a favour?? :angry: :angry:

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Stingray
did u visit the umpires and gave them a favour??  :angry:  :angry:

Manchester has no one to blame but themselves. They where owned by Porto away and weren?t able to overcome Porto?s defense more than once at home.

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MagicMan

Ok so here's my $0.02 on that Scholes goal. He was quite clearly onside when the ball was played through to him BUT when he'd got it and was in an OFFSIDE position, he knocked the ball forward and then touched it again meaning that when the ball was played through to him the second time (from HIS OWN pass) he was offside.

If he'd have shot first time then it would have been a valid goal. Does that make sense? (Please only ppl who understand the offside rule) :)

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mitchie

Worst match ever. How can ronaldo get called for diving when he got injured on the play. I hope the ref feels great when cashing his cheque, BOTH of them

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Mike

schools shoulda scored twice, it was a soft free kick at the end and the linesman needs his eyes checking

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kyro
Ok so here's my $0.02 on that Scholes goal. He was quite clearly onside when the ball was played through to him BUT when he'd got it and was in an OFFSIDE position, he knocked the ball forward and then touched it again meaning that when the ball was played through to him the second time (from HIS OWN pass) he was offside.

If he'd have shot first time then it would have been a valid goal. Does that make sense? (Please only ppl who understand the offside rule) :)

wow, i would love to see you with a mike in hand and say that in the stadium now. now that would be priceless. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Mike
Ok so here's my $0.02 on that Scholes goal. He was quite clearly onside when the ball was played through to him BUT when he'd got it and was in an OFFSIDE position, he knocked the ball forward and then touched it again meaning that when the ball was played through to him the second time (from HIS OWN pass) he was offside.

If he'd have shot first time then it would have been a valid goal. Does that make sense? (Please only ppl who understand the offside rule) :)

no offence but you can't be offside from your own pass

by your logic if anyone runs past the last defender he has to shoot or he's offside

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mitchie
Ok so here's my $0.02 on that Scholes goal. He was quite clearly onside when the ball was played through to him BUT when he'd got it and was in an OFFSIDE position, he knocked the ball forward and then touched it again meaning that when the ball was played through to him the second time (from HIS OWN pass) he was offside.

If he'd have shot first time then it would have been a valid goal. Does that make sense? (Please only ppl who understand the offside rule) :)

The offside rule clearly states that at the point of the pass. Thats the important line in the offside rule, At the pass. SO him touching it twice is not important. He had it then the defenders ran pass him, how can that be offside????

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ian

PPPPPPPPPPPPPOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRTOOOOOOO!!!! :D :D :D

FC Porto totally dominated the first match in Oporto, and now, in Manchester, in spite of all "mind games" done by Fergunsson in the press during the week, FC Porto showed that it's in the field that matters; it's in the field that a team shows whose better. FC Porto never gave up. It was a sad thing seeing Fergunsson's attitude. He should know how to loose. Manchester United is a great team and one of the best in Europe. Its coach should act according to it and not being so arrogant. Oh well... Probably he forgot that FC Porto is "only" the actual UEFA champion and one of the top 5 european best soccer teams, he he he.

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MagicMan
wow, i would love to see you with a mike in hand and say that in the stadium now. now that would be priceless. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

erm.....as it happens, I'm a Man Utd supporter and I live just down the road. I also know that in football THERE IS NO UMPIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are called referees and linesmen :p or just simply officials :)

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mitchie

Same thing I was saying dev

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kyro
PPPPPPPPPPPPPOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRTOOOOOOO!!!! :D :D :D

FC Porto totally dominated the first match in Oporto, and now, in Manchester, in spite of all "mind games" done by Fergunsson in the press during the week, FC Porto showed that it's in the field that matters; it's the field that a team shows whose better. FC Porto never gave up. It was a sad thing seeing Fergunsson's attitude. He should know how to loose. Manchester United is a great team and one of the best in Europe. Its coach should act according to it and not being so arrogant. Oh well... Probably he forgot that FC Porto is "only" the actual UEFA champion and one of the top 5 european best soccer teams, he he he.

u never saw this match with eyes open ? Did ya? .. i bet you were on radio-commentry.

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mitchie

Fact still remains that the ref made some dumb calls, him and the line man. I think they were paid to throw this match or rather put nicely, to make favourable calls

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MagicMan
PPPPPPPPPPPPPOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRTOOOOOOO!!!! :D :D :D

FC Porto totally dominated the first match in Oporto, and now, in Manchester, in spite of all "mind games" done by Fergunsson in the press during the week, FC Porto showed that it's in the field that matters; it's in the field that a team shows whose better. FC Porto never gave up. It was a sad thing seeing Fergunsson's attitude. He should know how to loose. Manchester United is a great team and one of the best in Europe. Its coach should act according to it and not being so arrogant. Oh well... Probably he forgot that FC Porto is "only" the actual UEFA champion and one of the top 5 european best soccer teams, he he he.

Porto are "only" the UEFA Cup champions - not the UEFA champions which (IMHO) hardly puts them in the "top five" bracket. When they get Real Madrid or Arsenal next round I think that their lack of class will show.

oh and LOL, by the way its Ferguson not Fergunsson (he's Scottish not Scandinavian) :D

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Stingray

Blame it on the referee... :rolleyes:

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MagicMan
no offence but you can't be offside from your own pass

by your logic if anyone runs past the last defender he has to shoot or he's offside

ROFLMFAO - er.............u may have a point there :blush:

Forget I said anything :whistle:

I think I'm just a little too ill (and p**sed off) to think straight.

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Analise6590
u never saw this match with eyes open ? Did ya? .. i bet you were on radio-commentry.

:cool:

Well, I think u need a pair of glasses !!!

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Mike
Porto are "only" the UEFA Cup champions - not the UEFA champions which (IMHO) hardly puts them in the "top five" bracket. When they get Real Madrid or Arsenal next round I think that their lack of class will show.

oh and LOL, by the way its Ferguson not Fergunsson (he's Scottish not Scandinavian) :D

if we are getting picky its also 'on the pitch' not 'in the field' :p

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..Vector..

Scholes' first touch was more of control than anything, and there were THREE MEN playing him onside, i mean come on, if the linesman can't see that then there has to be something seriously wrong with him.

At the end of the day, united were poor, but Porto were poorer and united really didn't deserve to go out :angry: :angry: :angry:

(from one VERY ANGRY man utd supporter) :angry: :angry: :angry:

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