Real madrid v psg

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  1. deano ou812

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    For anyone interested on now ss1 friendly of course....
     
  2. karen7

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    Both have put decent teams out
     
  3. greasedupdeafguy

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    PSG's strikeforce is ridiculous
     

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  4. deano ou812

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    Psg's looks like their strongest eleven,although that may be down to who owns them and where the match is being played qatar....
     
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    I doubt the manager had a lot of say in the team selection put it that way
     
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    1-0 RM
     
  7. deano ou812

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    Cavani misses a sitter moments before...
     
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    Surprised that tranny is actually playing. A Bad tackle and they could lose him due to a meaningless friendly
     
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    Isco :(
     
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    Paris were excellent. How they didn't score is a mystery.

    Training/exhibition games are usually bobbins but that wasn't too bad. I suppose Paris play a lot of easy games over a season so that will have been good for them.

    Isco, like Hazard, makes the heart sink a bit when you see lovely touches and good bits of play from him. Especially when we only have a few players in our whole squad of that type, we don't even have any young lads pushing for a bit of game time. Silva was out yesterday and there's absolutely nobody knocking in the door to fill in.
     

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