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The 2018/19 UEFA Champions League: Road to Madrid.

easley91

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Jan 27, 2011
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I have visited all 3 grounds and although it isn't as glamorous as the other two, PSV have a decent stadium and Eindhoven is lovely city. To those who visit it, enjoy!
 

Donki

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See this on Reddit, I’m guessing on Reddit via somewhere on Asia.

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Armstrong_11

Spurs makes me happy, you... not so much :)
Aug 3, 2011
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Love your draw.

Always felt we always right to the occasion against the best sides.

Really excited about the champions leagues... Thou I am not sure if I can catch the matches this season with my new job. :(
 

phillipjpalmer

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Jul 29, 2008
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Anyone know what the chances of me getting two tickets at the San siro? Going to Lake garda for 5 nights and getting a hire car so thinking of driving to Milan.
Thanks
 

NickHSpurs

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Mar 14, 2004
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Anyone know what the chances of me getting two tickets at the San siro? Going to Lake garda for 5 nights and getting a hire car so thinking of driving to Milan.
Thanks

More likely than any other tie IMO since we've played there a couple of times in recent years already.
 

ralvy

AVB my love
Jun 26, 2012
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Anyone knows the reasons why our opening match against inter (and also Barcelona-PSV) will be starting two ours before than usual and other games that same day? I'm extremely annoyed over this, as Champion Leagues matches are supposed to be glory nights, not glory afternoons.
 

Lighty64

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Aug 24, 2010
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Anyone knows the reasons why our opening match against inter (and also Barcelona-PSV) will be starting two ours before than usual and other games that same day? I'm extremely annoyed over this, as Champion Leagues matches are supposed to be glory nights, not glory afternoons.

because in Italy,Spain and Holland it's 2 hours later, so they are kicking off in their evening and not as late at night. why should we kick off at 7:45 our time, but 9:45 theirs it doesn't always allow parents to take their young kids

edit: it also means our players will get home before 4am in the morning
 

WorcesterTHFC

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because in Italy,Spain and Holland it's 2 hours later, so they are kicking off in their evening and not as late at night. why should we kick off at 7:45 our time, but 9:45 theirs it doesn't always allow parents to take their young kids

edit: it also means our players will get home before 4am in the morning
Maybe they change clocks a week after or before we do, but for most of the year, the western part of continental Europe (the Central European time zone) is only 1 hour ahead of us.
 

kmk

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Geyzer Soze

Fearlessly the idiot faced the crowd
Aug 16, 2010
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because in Italy,Spain and Holland it's 2 hours later, so they are kicking off in their evening and not as late at night. why should we kick off at 7:45 our time, but 9:45 theirs it doesn't always allow parents to take their young kids

edit: it also means our players will get home before 4am in the morning
1 hour
 

PerthYid

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Jan 12, 2018
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Always a shite kick off time here in Australia ! Can really determine how your day at work is going to go depending on the result you have just watched a couple hours before
 
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