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     Thursday, May 15 2008 @ 04:44 PM EDT
    OK - Clearly not Doctor related and just out of curiosity;

    The European Cup Final 2008

    Is anybody from here going? How are you getting there?




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     Thursday, May 15 2008 @ 09:03 PM EDT
    I was too busy watching the Uefa Final this week to even think about anything else. I'll be watching this game on Fox Soccer Channel - though taping it, since its on way before I'm ready to pay attention to sports!

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     Thursday, May 15 2008 @ 09:21 PM EDT
    That's so funny this got posted. I just got back from Germany and while there I went to a Bundesliga game with my father-in-law, who's a big 1. FCN fan. It was my first football (aka soccer) game. I enjoyed it, but don't know much more than the basics, and I was thinking about posting something here to see if any of the UK members could suggest a good football primer website where I could learn more about the game and strategies and such. I'm going to try going to a Chicago Fire game or two now, too.

    Mr. Green

    So, any site recommendations?

    I'm going "Full Circle" and putting my avatar back to what it was when I first joined. :)
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     Friday, May 16 2008 @ 09:26 AM EDT
    Get ready for a 120 minutes of goalless tedium followed by the penalty shootout & the English press going on a about how the "English" premiership is the best in the world while "English" players like Ronaldo & Drogba are celebrating/diving. In a word, avoid. And yes I do like football.

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     Friday, May 16 2008 @ 09:28 AM EDT
    [Quote  by:  Linquel] That's so funny this got posted. I just got back from Germany and while there I went to a Bundesliga game with my father-in-law, who's a big 1. FCN fan. It was my first football (aka soccer) game. I enjoyed it, but don't know much more than the basics, and I was thinking about posting something here to see if any of the UK members could suggest a good football primer website where I could learn more about the game and strategies and such. I'm going to try going to a Chicago Fire game or two now, too.

    Mr. Green

    So, any site recommendations?


    Try the BBC football website for scores, stats etc.

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     Friday, May 16 2008 @ 11:34 AM EDT
    [Quote  by:  shockeye07] Get ready for a 120 minutes of goalless tedium followed by the penalty shootout & the English press going on a about how the "English" premiership is the best in the world while "English" players like Ronaldo & Drogba are celebrating/diving. In a word, avoid. And yes I do like football.


    Mr. Green Mr. Green

    Blimey! I believe you're a Nottingham man Shockeye? (I may have remembered that wrong) does the brilliant Malmo game ring a bell? Smile

    You have both sides of coin in last few meetings - you have the dullest cup final ever (that was made infinitely better by fact that we followed up being the last winners of the oldest, sweetest cup in Football at old Wembley, by becoming the first winners of the oldest, sweetest cup in football at the "new" Wembley), and then you have the incident packed drama-fest of a couple of weeks ago!

    Incidentally Linquel - we're actually there and back via Germany. Flying to Cologne next Tuesday, staying over then flying to Moscow on morning of game. We're then coming back via Berlin for a day on Friday. I've not been to Berlin for a few years now, and I've never been to Cologne.

    I also think the BBC site is excellent for Football. I'd stay away from individual club websites. They've the same, boring corporate style and tone of programmes (or as they are correctly, sadly called these days, Offical Matchday Magazines). Not good.

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     Saturday, May 17 2008 @ 01:29 AM EDT
    [Quote  by:  shockeye07]
    [Quote  by:  Linquel]I was thinking about posting something here to see if any of the UK members could suggest a good football primer website where I could learn more about the game and strategies and such.

    So, any site recommendations?


    Try the BBC football website for scores, stats etc.


    I'll check it out, but I'm looking for something besides scores and stats. I'm looking for information about the strategies behind the game. Think "football for dummies". The extent of my knowledge is from what I learned in school phys-ed classes 25-30 years ago.

    I'm going "Full Circle" and putting my avatar back to what it was when I first joined. :)
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