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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Tue Jul 21, 2015 6:33 pm

It seems that the East and West sides won't meet until the final which is disappointing.
Isn't that how it is every year?
Last year was the 1st time it was like that. Prior to that the groups merged at the Quarter Final stage.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:09 am

Quarter finals kick off tomorrow night with Kashiwa Reysol v Guangzhou. The little club that could vs the behemoth.

Jeonbuk are taking on Gamba in a clash of the usual suspects.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby Stuckey Mon Aug 24, 2015 9:10 am

Quarter finals kick off tomorrow night with Kashiwa Reysol v Guangzhou. The little club that could vs the behemoth.

Jeonbuk are taking on Gamba in a clash of the usual suspects.
Always got a soft spot for Gamba these days.
Not sure how a J-league club can be a little club! :lol:
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:16 am

Quarter finals kick off tomorrow night with Kashiwa Reysol v Guangzhou. The little club that could vs the behemoth.

Jeonbuk are taking on Gamba in a clash of the usual suspects.
Always got a soft spot for Gamba these days.
Not sure how a J-league club can be a little club! :lol:
Kashiwa Reysol are quite a story. The place they are from is basically a "dormitory town" and have a stadium that is a little smaller than Coopers. They don't have a lot of supporters but the ones they do have are fanatical.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby Stuckey Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:19 am

Quarter finals kick off tomorrow night with Kashiwa Reysol v Guangzhou. The little club that could vs the behemoth.

Jeonbuk are taking on Gamba in a clash of the usual suspects.
Always got a soft spot for Gamba these days.
Not sure how a J-league club can be a little club! :lol:
Kashiwa Reysol are quite a story. The place they are from is basically a "dormitory town" and have a stadium that is a little smaller than Coopers. They don't have a lot of supporters but the ones they do have are fanatical.
Sounds like something I should read about!
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby mcjules Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:32 am

Quarter finals kick off tomorrow night with Kashiwa Reysol v Guangzhou. The little club that could vs the behemoth.

Jeonbuk are taking on Gamba in a clash of the usual suspects.
I'd like to think that others would consider us as a "usual suspect" ;)
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby Stuckey Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:51 am

Yeah I think Bunyodkor (or what ever they call themselves now) Gamba and Pohang would hopefully consider AU as the usual suspect from Australia.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby Futbol_Crazy21 Mon Aug 24, 2015 11:35 am

Quarter finals kick off tomorrow night with Kashiwa Reysol v Guangzhou. The little club that could vs the behemoth.

Jeonbuk are taking on Gamba in a clash of the usual suspects.
Always got a soft spot for Gamba these days.
Not sure how a J-league club can be a little club! :lol:
Yeah same. I find that whenever I'm looking at the J-League tables, I look for where Gamba are first :D
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby Stuckey Wed Aug 26, 2015 10:22 am

Josep: "It's Futbal!"
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Fri Aug 28, 2015 4:11 pm

Paulinho!

:o
Indeed. Guangzhou were all over them, though a bad-luck own goal from Kashiwa didn't help matters.

Gamba looked better away to Jeonbuk. The 0-0 result puts them in the box seat for the return fixture. Usami is back from Europe and playing with them; looked a real class act.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Thu Sep 17, 2015 7:35 am

Kashiwa managed a credible 1-1 away draw with moneybags but lost on aggregate, and Gamba went through with a win against Jeonbuk setting up a very tasty Guangzhou - Gamba clash........and I do believe I shall be in Japan for the return leg :dance:
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Wed Sep 30, 2015 11:31 pm

Guangzhou defeated Gamba 2-1 which makes for an interesting return leg. Bit of an odd game, seemed to lack energy in parts and was frantic in others.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby shinAUFC Thu Oct 01, 2015 3:19 pm

need john McEnroe commenting the Al Ahli match.

"the ball was in"
Ppl who slap the label of truth on the 1st thing they hear, do it out of ignorance, convenience or cant be bothered picking through a thin layer of falsehood to find the real truth, or possibly even another lie
The voice in our head is the final judge
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby blahblah Thu Oct 01, 2015 6:37 pm

need john McEnroe commenting the Al Ahli match.

"the ball was in"
One hell of a penalty (correct as it was). Can't say I've ever seen that before.
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Re: 2015 Asian Champions League

Postby Stuckey Fri Oct 02, 2015 9:23 am

Hilarious scenes then the bloke misses the penalty. If the petro leagues wonder why they rarely win the ACL. I think that might help them find the answer.
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