Posted by sean on March 8, 2006 at 10:04 pm in Football with No Comments

Congratulations to Arsenal for getting past Real Madrid and making it to the quarter finals of The Champions League. Commiserations though go to Liverpool who were dumped out of the competition tonight by Benfica, the same team who knocked out Man United in December. I wanted you to win Liverpool!

I was pleased to see Barca go through last night, not only are they my second team but I don’t like Chelsea very much! Predictably Chelsea manager José Mourinho was everything but graceful in defeat. According to José the best team lost. What is it with this moron? Why can’t he admit it that Chelsea were clearly outplayed and Barca deserve to be in the quarter finals?

The REAL special one!

It makes you wonder that if he spent less time moaning about the referee’s decisions in the first leg and more time on team building for the second leg, Chelsea may have done better last night – his mouth is a major floor in his managerial skill. Still there’s always next year José! Maybe you’ll need to spend another £300mill to beat Barca though!

The draw for the quarter and semi finals is on Friday, hopefully Barca will get drawn with Arsenal or AC Milan.

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