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07 March 2007 @ 12:07 am
YES YES YES  
WE DID IT WE DID IT!

I cannot BELIEVE we didn't score this game. Even though they won, it was the best team over the course of two games that went through.

The stadium was utter beauty. I was almost in tears.

I was also almost in tears when Barca scored.

Still it is a mystery to me why Rafa brought Pennant in for Bellers. I don't care what anyone says anymore, I LOVE Bellamy and he played really well, and he is constantly a threat up front with his pace and work rate. From the moment Pennant came in we started to look shady, and seven minutes later they score. I cannot understand what he was supposed to bring into the game.

But nevermind, we're THROUGH! And we've faced Barcelona and we won!

I love love love my team. So much love. You'll never walk alone.
 
 
 
Kelle: jose knees yaykels450 on March 6th, 2007 11:32 pm (UTC)
congrats! I heard you should have scored...but being through is the mian thing :D
oeilletrouge on March 7th, 2007 10:51 am (UTC)
Yes, in a knock-out tournament it's the only thing that counts and WE DID IT! But respect to the Barca players, they fought till the last minute and didn't resort to dives and took their defeat with dignity. Same goes for the Barca fans.

I don't want to go into the shameful behaviour of Valencia and Inter after the final whistle, I just hope that UEFA will dish them fines that hurt.
oeilletrouge on March 7th, 2007 10:57 am (UTC)
Hi, , just so that you know who invades your LJ: I found your LJ either via the flist of or via one of the football slash groups, I'm not sure. Or I searched for Liverpool FC as interest. (Yes my short-time memory leaves to be desired!)

I was surprised to find another Reds fan from Norway. Is LFC popular there?
Teknopønker!: championsdustbinflower on March 12th, 2007 03:40 pm (UTC)
haha, it's okay, I'm an awfully late replier though.

Liverpool, and English football in general, is a huge thing in Norway. From back in the days, English football have been broadcasted through radio and later on television, so it naturally got a lot of followers. But it's a bit insane, considering we've got our own leagues as well, which we ALSO support, but Scandinavian people have weird traditions :)