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The point is that United don't own Tevez. He's been on loan here for two years and now that deal is up, so United will have to bid for him just like everyone else. He is owned by some sort of company headed by an agent, Kia Joorbachian but the details remain shady. Anyway apparently their asking price is £30million.
I forgot about that little tidbit. Still, if they could spend that kind of money on Berbatov, they'd be crazy not to do everything they can to keep Tevez, given what he means to that team.
Silva and Torres working together on the national team as well as a club team would be good for all parties involved. I think that Pato, Kaka, and Dinho (even though he's fallen out of favor a bit) have benefited from that situation greatly.
I'm leaning towards Man U but yeah the closer it is the more thrilling it will be for me.
Both teams have some injury concerns. Man U has been there done that but Barcelona will likely have the crowd on their side and an offense that can **** over United if their defenders aren't as fit as they claim (Ferdinand).
On tournament form United should have it in a shoe-in, but hey, Champion's League final; anything can happen. I like both teams though, and I'm happy it's not an all-English final, so I don't really care who wins, although if you put a gun to my head and said pick I would say United. Barca always seem to gift away the big occasions, likely from a lazy back/sideways pass that an industrious player like Tevez/Rooney will pick off.
I know I'm the only one who cares about german teams but Diego's moving to Juve for 24 million euros and Gomez is joining Bayern for 26 million euros. It's a pity the bundesliga is losing another stud of diego's caliber but he's a great pick up for Juve, he'll run that team for years and should give them a good shot at the title.
As for the Gomez move I'm not a stuttgart fan so I don't mind seeing them lose him and hopefully playing regularly in the CL with a quality team around him will help give him experience at the highest level so that he doesn't forget how to score next time he plays for germany.
I'll always be nervous when Man Utd are playing in a European Cup Final. We always make it difficult for ourselves.
Wembly: Beat Benfica in Extra Time
Camp Nou: Beat Bayern with two injury time goals
Luzhniki: Beat Chelsea on Penalties
Things have never been easy. What could be key for United is that both Dani Alves and Éric Abidal are suspended, while Rafael Márquez is injured. United have doubts about Ferdinand but he should be fit, so going into the game United should be able to play their strongest back 4, while Barca will have to have other players in their back 4. If Barca fire too many players forward in Attack then United's counter attack should be able to rip them apart.
Fingers crossed, though. It's gonna be a close one.
In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.