Well not that \”small\” actually
We’re waiting for you Barca.
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Bring on Ronaldinho, Eto’o, Messi, etc 🙂 The two matches will be extremely tough but Liverpool will go through.
This has to be the most exciting draw of the lot! 🙂
Come on reds!
We can do it! YNWA!
I’ve been a Barca fan from the age of 5. 🙂 You Reds, can you remember? A match, on the Anfield Road (20 November 2001). We won 3:1… I’m waiting for this game…
Looking at the above images, I could not help wondering why the St George Cross appeared on the Barca badge, so I looked around for the answer. It turns out that the St George Cross is not the exclusivity of England. St George is the saint patron of Barcelona as well as many other surrounding countries, including Russia and Georgia. Anyway, good luck! You’ll need it 🙂
We are going to win this game man! Barca got lucky against Chelsea last season and they had the mightly Champion’s Luck against Arsenal in the final. This season, Champion’s Luck isn’t with you. It doesn’t stay with a team for too long.
I actually never even realised that the St George Cross was on the Barcelona badge! And yeah, I thought it was exclusive to England too. Funny, thinking that Barcelona has got England’s flag on its badge though. Thanks for the little background story as well.
Its rather obvious that Barca have problem and on paper are stonger. However on the day, at Anfield will be a different story. I trust Liverpool will convincingly trouble Barca with the likes of Ronaldhino, Messi, Eto,etc..etc..etc/
We will Never Walk Alone….
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