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Champions League Draw group stage

mawspurs

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THE DRAW IN FULL

Group A: PSG, Real Madrid, Brugge, Galatasaray

Group B: Bayern, Tottenham, Olympiakos, Red Star Belgrade

Group C: Man City, Shakhtar Donetsk, Zagreb, Atalanta

Group D: Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, Lokomotiv

Group E: Liverpool, Napoli, Salzburg, Genk

Group F: Barcelona, Dortmund, Inter Milan, Slavia Prague

Group G: Zenit, Benfica, Lyon, Leipzig

Group H: Chelsea, Ajax, Valencia, Lille

Source: Sky Sports
 

yid-down-under

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Some tough away fixtures in their- not necessarily because of the quality of the football teams but more the passion of their fans
 

sebo_sek

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Group F the toughest, ours quite simple on paper,
Actually most groups look quite balanced. Could be an interesting Group stage for once
 

Armstrong_11

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D & F looks scary.

Lucky draws for pool and city...

great draw for RB Leipzig imo...
 

Japhet

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Red Star will be tough. Mind you, the way we're going at the moment, Olympiakos at home will be a mountain to climb.
 

14/04/91

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League games are;
Leicester a after Olymp a
Brighton a after Bayern h
Liverpool a after Red Star h
Sheff U h after Red Star a
Bournemouth h after Olymp h
Wolves a after Bayern a
 

14/04/91

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And thanks BT Sport for picking us Sat 12.30 v Leicester following a Wednesday Champs Lge match (assuming it can’t be changed).
 

wrd

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League games are;
Leicester a after Olymp a
Brighton a after Bayern h
Liverpool a after Red Star h
Sheff U h after Red Star a
Bournemouth h after Olymp h
Wolves a after Bayern a

Not too bad a run to be honest, got lucky with Liv game.
 

worcestersauce

"I'm no optimist I'm just a prisoner of hope
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That's not realistic though.
Why not? Are there no matches they could have shown at Saturday lunch time that didn't involve clubs playing in Europe?

Edit: sorry just checked and there's Newcastle v Brighton, Burnley v Norwich and Everton v Sheffield United.
I don't suppose it's deliberate but it does show that they didn't look didn't care or didn't even think about it so I am disappointed.
 
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vicbob

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Why not? Are there no matches they could have shown at Saturday lunch time that didn't involve clubs playing in Europe?

Price of success unfortunately, we are box office now, millions want to tune in and watch us pass it from side to side for 90 minutes :whistle:
 

Shadydan

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Why not? Are there no matches they could have shown at Saturday lunch time that didn't involve clubs playing in Europe?

Edit: sorry just checked and there's Newcastle v Brighton, Burnley v Norwich and Everton v Sheffield United.
I don't suppose it's deliberate but it does show that they didn't look didn't care or didn't even think about it so I am disappointed.

And why would BT not pick our match for TV? They're trying to appeal to an audience not to Spurs fans.

We're a big club, people want to watch us win, most want us to lose, we need to get used to it.
 
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