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Didn't catch any of today's games, but I was pretty excited to see Bayern get the advantage in the last minute yesterday.
But yeah, that definitely blows if Fabregas is out. Rooney got hurt, too, but that's only a few weeks. Still, he'll miss the second leg in the quarters and possibly the game against City (which I may have more interest in than others)
Barca dominated Arsenal, yet Arsenal came away with the draw. Shouldn't be too tough for them to put it away at home though, especially with Arsenal missing Fabregas.
Actually, when I'm referring to 'tall', I mean the kind of tall you only see on the Basketball courts and such, 6'6 plus basically.
no, that's too big. They're too stiff to still play soccer, the legs get too long. Typically soccer players are fairly short guys. A few exeptions exist, there's a few bigger (6'4", 6'5") players playing forward, but those are usually tank-type players who rely on their aerial domination and strenght. Soccer is a finesse game mostly.
Defenders are typically a bit bigger than midfielders and forwards.
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I remember NFLDC don't tell anyone, but Charlie Casserly is a dope fiend
CHICHARITO! The guy has been playing some awesome soccer for a while now. Really surprised to see him go to ManU, but hey, great opportunity.
Nice to see Mexican players finally start to make a name for themselves in Europe. Vela, both Dos Santos, Salcido, and now Chicharito.
And yeah, Aguirre better take him, the guy can be a very dangerous weapon.
Yeah, he was dominating at Guadalajara this season, that really gave him a lot of exposure, which is good. A lot more European scouts are paying attention to the Mexican League to see what talent they can pick out. A huge amount of Mexican players are now in Europe, which is just awesome.