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Deportivo La Coruna v Milan

LITTLEMAN

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Oct 24, 2003
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Deportivo La Coruna 4-1 down from first leg game, have just won 4-0 at home to go through against the Champions AC Milan. Fantastic game.

Cant believe i didnt go ahead with a bet i fancied. Last couple of days been thinking about putting a bet down on Deportivo to win tonight but decided against it at the last moment thinking they had no chance !! Next time going to stick with my gut feeling and do it !!
 

Mr Wooly

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Apr 6, 2004
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I made the mistake of watching the first half of Lyon - Porto, seeing as if Lyon got an early goal, the tie would have been wide open. Sure enough Maniche thumps Porto in front and thats pretty much game over!  
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Imagine my complete, and utter, surprise when I flick teletext on to see Depor three up!

Needless to say I watched the second half from Spain instead of France.

Still, awesome to see four unexpected teams left. As an englishmen, I'll be rooting for Chelski, even though gobldegook is probably the common language in the dressing room.
 
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