August 30, 2019 at 12:02 #1452387
BORUSSIA DORTMUND 40/1
Of course draw they got not easy with Barca and Inter there but they used to tough groups they are and no doubt they good enough to get 2nd at least.In knockout stages last season lack the experiance cost them vs spurs.This time Hummels has rejoin them but also made them even stronger going forward with T Hazard,Brandt coming in to add them with Reus,Acalcer and Sancho going forward every chance get out of this group and over 2legs be a danger to all.
Took price before season started sign Ramsey on a free also got De Ligt from Ajax squad much stronger i worry about Cancelo going but for me this the season got to win it as team getting older now but with Chielini and Bonucci with Pjanic and Ramsey that man Ronaldo can go far
RB LEIPZIG 100/1
If there a darkhorse it is this team they were in CL before but got stagefright even star stirker Timo Werner got sub because ground to noisy for him.But now got the best young manager in Germany in Nagilsman and team is strong with Konate and Upmeracano at the back.New buy in Hadiaria be one of stars in midfield with Poulsen and Werner up top this team has the tools like Monaco and Ajax of previous years to shock.And group got expect them to with no big team in there.August 31, 2019 at 17:08 #1452518
I think City and Liverpool have been very consistent for a long time and one of those will take it.
Not sure the European sides have improved a lot, of the long shots think Dortmund a little bit of valueMember since March 2008September 16, 2019 at 11:30 #1455178
SADIO MANE 20/1
KARIN BENZEMA 33/1
TIMO WERNER 66/1
Top scorer betsSeptember 16, 2019 at 12:01 #1455341
I’ve taken a swing at Atletico, 29.0 on Betdaq…. Very overs in my opinion, great manager and a side set up to be a good tournament side.
Agree tho Nathan, the two English sides are the two to beat.
Hindsight is 20/20 so make the most of it!September 17, 2019 at 12:24 #1455982
Jack any views on top scorer betsSeptember 18, 2019 at 13:22 #1457809
Mane is a solid bet at the price i’d imagine, the only slight worry is LFC do spread their goals across the front 3. For me, he’ll be our top scorer in the PL this year as well + is fast becoming our best player attacker wise.
Benzema hasn’t too bad a group and should do well vs at least 2 of the teams, but i don’t think they are very strong this year. I suppose Zidane returning gives hope.
Nice start with Werner bagging two, good price as well, Leipzig now look in a healthy position having played a very hard away fixture. Will he stay in the tournament long enough to get enough goals? who knows but a nice price to have.
Hindsight is 20/20 so make the most of it!September 18, 2019 at 13:37 #1457810
Think Leipzig go far mate as they in outrights nice group can top it get a 2nd place team then if some big clubs play each other in last 16 every chance going a few rounds further.
Had a 1st scorer winner with Haaland last night to bets in circus thread
Is Nath on the sauce tweet him yesterday no reply yet mate he not put any bets on CL this week in circuis threadSeptember 18, 2019 at 14:26 #1457818
No bets this week for me Daz.
Was tempted to do Dortmund but left it aloneMember since March 2008December 16, 2019 at 14:32 #1477451
Well lads, now the knock out draw is up and running any views?
I think Juve are overpriced at 12s now. Have a weakened side in Lyon to take on.
If they can be solid and use Ronaldo’s goals they coudl win it.
Hindsight is 20/20 so make the most of it!December 19, 2019 at 19:36 #1477574
Hi folks, what did people think of the sitution when JK turned down this poor interpreter?
I don’t think he did too much wrong, and afterwards Jürgen revealed “I was an idiot”! I would support this statement, as it is just too typical for his fatal temperament, but as a trainer I would wish him responsible for my poor old FC CologneDecember 19, 2019 at 20:29 #1477578
I missed it but gather the interpreter didn’t do a good job
Jurgen can be highly strung at times but did apologise so don’t see it as a problem
He’s focused on doing his best for Liverpool and is the best thing to happen to the club in about 60 years imo
He won’t be around forever so I’m just enjoying the ride, warts and allMember since March 2008December 19, 2019 at 23:49 #1477592
You’re kind of right Nathan, as I’ve read good old Jürgen was taught before by a 9y old Liverpool kid, which worked out quite well to get him this certain accent
But when he shot down this poor interpreter he really admitted afterwards that it had more to do with his pressure before the next match, which I see as a great gesture
At least his wonderful, artificial hair didn’t move 1 mm during this press conference, so everything ought to be fine
However, I wish you a very Merry Christmas, my dear Nathan, cos as good old Sinead had sung when she was still sane: Nothing compares to youDecember 20, 2019 at 16:02 #1477625
Yes that was a pressure match as such as a defeat would have meant dropping into the Thursday night football which no one wants but overall Klopp has the least pressure out of any manager out there because he has built a team that is better than the best team of all time current crop of Man City and Pep lol. The only pressure is the long wait for the title which brings the burden of tension to Anfield when things get tight ie Watford the last weekend.
That translator wasn’t you was it Hein..??Member since March 2008December 20, 2019 at 16:02 #1477626
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Merry Christmas to you to Hein…Member since March 2008December 20, 2019 at 16:53 #1477632
Thank you Nathan
Oh no it really wasn’t me , I just felt some sympathy and understanding for him, as I don’t like it when somebody in a weaker position is treated like that. Afterwards Jürgen realised it and revealed “I was an idiot”, but of course he’s only human, and as a trainer he is a giant. I would wish him for my poor old FC Cologne, but to bring them on the right track might even be too much for him
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