Real Madrid v Granada

Discussion in 'Pozzo's Place' started by hornetgags, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. hornetgags

    hornetgags McMuff's lovechild

    1-0 Real Madrid - Ronaldo 26mins

    Awful goalkeeping.
     
  2. IRB

    IRB THe artist formally know as ImRonBurgundy?

    Absolute shambles, load of loanees out there for Granada and I havent seen one player clap the fans so far

    POZZO OUT!
     
  3. Smudger

    Smudger Messi's Mad Coach Staff Member

    Another blunder from the keeper allows the egomaniac to score again. Bad weekend for the trinity. Udinese also conceding some very sloppy goals against Juventus.

    Think this should be in Pozzo's Place IRB by the way. ;)
     
  4. GoingDown

    GoingDown Pizza & Figs

    This is all Duxbury and Nani's fault if you ask me.
     
  5. J.B

    J.B First Team

    I'd like to see Messi finally do it on the big stage and score against a Pozzo owned club.
     
  6. Smudger

    Smudger Messi's Mad Coach Staff Member

    I think Egonaldo is already behind in the pichichi race. Why anyone compares the two still is beyond me. One is in an entirely seperate class along with Iniesta on his day.

    3-0 with a tap in for Higuain. Goodnight Granada. Bad luck Roji. El Arabi stood out. Tono was a no no. Could have been 4-0. Higuain being very wasteful in recent matches.

    So this weekend:
    Watford 1-5 Derby County
    Udinese 1-4 Juventus
    Granada 0-3 Real Madrid.

    Some work for the defensive coaches although Derby County are no longer in the class of the corrupt and Blancos as they were in the early seventies.

    Very one sided second half. But when the old firm steal all the money for their private battle it is hard.
     
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2012
  7. sherlock

    sherlock Tippytappy footy expert

    Juventus probably would have won anyway, given they seemed more "on the ball" and Udinese had in the legs the 120' with Braga, so maybe they didn't need the gracious favour from the referee, who gave a penalty al minute 11' (probably correct, although maybe first foul outside area) and red card to our goalkeeper Brkic, who absolutely didn't do anything (except not having the capability of teleporting away his 193cm-90kg while the 150cm-50kg Giovinco crashes against him).
    After that, match was simply doomed, playing in 10 and 0-1.
    On the positive side, excellent first game from Lazzari, on loan from Fiorentina. If a good day is seen from the morning, he seems to solve our problems on the left midfield after Asamoah transfer.
    COYUGH! (Come On You Udinese Granada Hornets! ;) ... mmhhh ... maybe sound more like a flu rather than a war shout??? :doh:) ... bad week but our tournments still have to see what we can give!
     
  8. Smudger

    Smudger Messi's Mad Coach Staff Member

    It was an absolute joke of a decision against Brkic. Given what has happened in the past with officials and the old lady of corruption I might be tempted to say something.........

    At least Lazzari did perform and score a goal late on. Some of the defending a man down was poor though. Far too much space afforded. That midfield is shaky. Guidolin's honorable offer of resignation was at least refused.

    Some of the numpties who follow us might have been asking why Zola hasn't done the same. It's a long season. You've got to be careful not to be distracted by the EL and get mired in a dogfight at the bottom. And the Zebras didn't to well in the ProDirect either. Bit of a tonking in Wales.

    Admin's can you move this to Pozzo's Place ?
     
  9. Prentice

    Prentice Administrator

    Moved Smudge.
     
  10. rojiblancohorizontal

    rojiblancohorizontal First Year Pro

    Didnt see this post, cool :)

    Bad game, especially from Toño... U saw it. Well, we will try against Deportivo de la Coruña.

    Had you seen Egonaldo's declarations after match? He is sad... But he cant say why... LOL!

    Even Madrid fans are saying that Ronaldo is such an idiot saying things like this just because he is the 11th best paid player on the world. He "only" receive 10M€ every year... -.- He should speak with someone called "Raul Gonzalez" to explain him what is a team like that (Or he can speak with Puyol, Gerrard, Di Natale...).

    He is sad... "Mandahuevos" as we say here (is like if you say: **** off)
     
  11. GoingDown

    GoingDown Pizza & Figs

    Egonaldo. I like that.

    Isn't he also called 'El Piscina' or something over there, as in 'the diver'?
     
  12. Prentice

    Prentice Administrator

    ¿Dónde está la piscina
     
  13. wfcmoog

    wfcmoog Tinpot

    Oye como va?
     
  14. rojiblancohorizontal

    rojiblancohorizontal First Year Pro

    Lol yes, he is a diver. "Piscinero". He knows that, if he stop running or fall, the referee will say its a foult.
     
  15. domthehornet

    domthehornet Moderator Staff Member

    Woodside Leisure Centre.
     

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