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Unibet Poker Expert Stubbe-Unibet
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@Livertool wrote:

Schalke is HeartHeartsHeartty team and HeartHeartsHeartty team to bet on Very Happy

I have tried couple under bets to their games and failed. How can team that don´t know how to attack and mostly just sitting back have so many over games Wow


@Livertool, bet on them tonight Wink

They were decent in the weekend - the 1st half was the best half they've played in a while - but were a bit unlucky and VAR messed it up as well. VAR in the Bundesliga has become exactly like @GR1ZZL3R wants it; no wasted time, players can't complain and get the ref to contact the VAR, and they only intervene when there's an obvious mistake. Unfortunately, the VAR was sleeping and missed an offside on the 1st goal. How that's possible I really don't know, but let's remove the human element and have @theMachine as ref!

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@Stubbe-Unibet  Good to hear VAR is being used as it was intended, Stirling's first goal against Watford would have been ruled out and City might have become more desperate.

@Livertool Please don't take @Stubbe-Unibet advice. The only way City lose tonight is if I bet on them, no intention of doing so. Rofl

Bring on the @theMachine .Smile

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I love my money too much to throw it away with Schalke. I think it will be mayhem tonight and Schalke players are lucky if they will find way back to Germany after that Tongue

That Sterling goal was awful decision. Idk if var would have even helped with that with such idiot referee.

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WuDu Rank 21
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@Stubbe-Unibet's opinion regading the VAR from last week:

@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:

@Livertool wrote:

Point is, although some say different, var changes nothing. 


VAR changes everything. Obvious wrong calls affecting the outcome of the game are not possible anymore. The only reason there're issues today is the way some rules are written. There's too much room for interpretation today, the handball rule being a perfect example. You might not agree with every call made involving VAR, but it helps the referee to always make an informed decision. The refs are human and the rules can be interpreted, but that's got nothing to do with VAR.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpazjQOGi-M


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@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:

They were decent in the weekend - the 1st half was the best half they've played in a while - but were a bit unlucky and VAR messed it up as well. VAR in the Bundesliga has become exactly like @GR1ZZL3R wants it; no wasted time, players can't complain and get the ref to contact the VAR, and they only intervene when there's an obvious mistake. Unfortunately, the VAR was sleeping and missed an offside on the 1st goal. How that's possible I really don't know, but let's remove the human element and have @theMachine as ref!


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dailystruggg

 

 

We're gonna win on so many levels! We're gonna win, win, win. You're gonna get so tired of winning, you're gonna say: "Mr. President please, we don't wanna win anymore, it's too much!" And I'm gonna say: "I'm sorry, we're gonna keep winning because we're gonna make America great again!"
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WuDu Rank 21
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@BonusPater wrote:

Sane is in top 3 of all defenders, if you look at the stats. If that isn't great, especially considering how the team has done, I don't know what is.


Unearthing these old quotes is pure gold in this topic:

 

Manchester-City-FC-Schalke-04

I think I've never seen a defender constantly being in the wrong position, making stupid decisions, covering the wrong guy or covering air like Salif Sane! Check out the highlights and keep a close eye on the tall black dude wearing #26, you'll not be disappointed. Tedesco should have been fired on the spot after a game like this, but they'll wait until after they played Red Bull. The problem with Schalke is that not only are their fans utterly delusional, the guys at the top still think they're too big to go down. The funniest would be if S07 were able to draw against Leipzig, maybe even saving Tedesco...Laugh

Today it's Bayern-Liverpool: Bayern has to win that one, however I like Liverpool's chances. Kimmich and Müller are not playing and Liverpool only has to score a goal to give them real trouble.

 

We're gonna win on so many levels! We're gonna win, win, win. You're gonna get so tired of winning, you're gonna say: "Mr. President please, we don't wanna win anymore, it's too much!" And I'm gonna say: "I'm sorry, we're gonna keep winning because we're gonna make America great again!"
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Unibet Poker Expert Stubbe-Unibet
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@WuDu wrote:

@Stubbe-Unibet's opinion regading the VAR from last week:

@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:

@Livertool wrote:

Point is, although some say different, var changes nothing. 


VAR changes everything. Obvious wrong calls affecting the outcome of the game are not possible anymore. The only reason there're issues today is the way some rules are written. There's too much room for interpretation today, the handball rule being a perfect example. You might not agree with every call made involving VAR, but it helps the referee to always make an informed decision. The refs are human and the rules can be interpreted, but that's got nothing to do with VAR.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpazjQOGi-M


@Stubbe-Unibet's opinion a few days later:


@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:

They were decent in the weekend - the 1st half was the best half they've played in a while - but were a bit unlucky and VAR messed it up as well. VAR in the Bundesliga has become exactly like @GR1ZZL3R wants it; no wasted time, players can't complain and get the ref to contact the VAR, and they only intervene when there's an obvious mistake. Unfortunately, the VAR was sleeping and missed an offside on the 1st goal. How that's possible I really don't know, but let's remove the human element and have @theMachine as ref!


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dailystruggg


haha, well, humans do make mistakes, and the way it's done in the Bundesliga there's more room for mistakes. I'm not saying the CL way - where literally everything is reviewed and the game stopped - is the right way to go, but at least everything is reviewed and mistakes shouldn't be possible. Everything should be reviewed in the Bundesliga as well, but the 1-1 goal can't possibly have been looked at by the VAR.

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@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:

@TTABKATA wrote:

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Do miracles still happen? Smile


@TTABKATA, with Kutucu, Sane, McKennie and co, everything can happen Wink

Opening odds on Schalke was 7 at Unibet and is now 8.25. Give it another 5 days and the odds will be close to 10 Smile


How true. With these guys Schalke has a real chance to make history and set a new record. Remember, biggest defeat in UCL is 8-0 Laugh

Back than S04 had worldclass players like Raul or Huntelaar, but this roster is extremely weak, will be roasted even if City plays on 20% (what they often did recently). But lets see, i would be extremely happy if Schalke can make an upset (some of my friends are fan of Guardiola). 


Almost made a history, congrats Tedesco! 

The funniest thing that it was 2-1 to S04, then in about 10+90 minutes 2-10 Rofl

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Unibet Poker Expert Stubbe-Unibet
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@WuDu wrote:

@BonusPater wrote:

Sane is in top 3 of all defenders, if you look at the stats. If that isn't great, especially considering how the team has done, I don't know what is.


Unearthing these old quotes is pure gold in this topic:

 

Manchester-City-FC-Schalke-04

I think I've never seen a defender constantly being in the wrong position, making stupid decisions, covering the wrong guy or covering air like Salif Sane! Check out the highlights and keep a close eye on the tall black dude wearing #26, you'll not be disappointed. Tedesco should have been fired on the spot after a game like this, but they'll wait until after they played Red Bull. The problem with Schalke is that not only are their fans utterly delusional, the guys at the top still think they're too big to go down. The funniest would be if S07 were able to draw against Leipzig, maybe even saving Tedesco...Laugh

Today it's Bayern-Liverpool: Bayern has to win that one, however I like Liverpool's chances. Kimmich and Müller are not playing and Liverpool only has to score a goal to give them real trouble.


The top 3 quote was related to defending stats, so it's not wrong. I haven't checked the numbers recently though, and I doubt it's still the case. Do get the fun aspect of it, but out of context you can make fun of a lot of quotes Wink I stopped watching yesterday after the 3-0 goal, as I don't have any rape fantasies and it's honestly just torture.

I've always liked Tedesco, and there's still part of me that thinks he should stay, but it really is time to go now. I don't even hope for points in the weekend. He's had two years and haven't come up with a proper concept yet. It'd defensive and very boring (recently not so boring as they've been so terrible). If defensive and boring can't even get you any points, and you concede at least 4 goals in every game, what's the point.

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Could be worse. You could've lost to Spurs..

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