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Clay Death:
even the great messi was a no show for this one.
 
well it is what it is general propstoart. we have to congratulate ac milan and move on. :))

Clay Death:
Fabregas warns Barca teammates    Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring Barcelona's goal in the first leg.        Share This Story                Updated Feb 25, 2013 9:46 AM ET       Cesc Fabregas has warned his Barcelona team-mates against complacency when they face Real Madrid in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final on Tuesday.
The first leg finished 1-1 in Madrid and Barca's dominance of all things domestic this season makes them favourite to advance on home soil.

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But Fabregas reckons his side have already missed one chance to deliver a killer blow to Jose Mourinho's side and they cannot afford to do so again.
"We had our chances to make it 2-0 in Madrid," he told Barcelona's website.
"In the return leg we will need to be as effective as possible, because they are very effective. We have to be on target in front of goal if we want to get to the final.
"It's vital to score, we cannot go into the match and wait to see what happens. In last year's Cup Clasico return leg - we had a good result from the away leg - and we were nearly eliminated from the competition.
"Madrid are very dangerous and in order to go through we'll have to play the best football we're capable of."
Barcelona are chasing a treble with the Primera Division title all but sewn up, although their Champions League hopes are dangling by a thread after a surprise 2-0 loss away to AC Milan in the first leg of their tie.

Brick Top:
Barca keep sinking down. They must rally against Milan. ASAP

Clay Death:
agreed general brick. something is seriously wrong with barca.
 
 
http://msn.foxsports.com/foxsoccer/laliga/story/real-madrid-2-1-barcelona-el-clasico-la-liga-match-report-030213

propstoart:
The 's**t' is about to hit the fan.. Barca have Real to thank for eliminating them from the Copa.. In a week's time, Milan will knock them out of the Champions..

The Liga itself is relatively safe, only because of the record-busting start to the season.. The front-line is pathetic except for Messi, the midfield is inert, the back-line is leaking goals.. Now, Valdes' red mist moment will cost the team its capitan and no.1 goalkeeper.

Roura is not Vilanova, but he should not have to be, or does he? Don't the players realize their roles in the team? Is the team missing Vilanova so badly?

Too many players experiencing a collective dip in form.. I don't know when the players will be able to turn this around, because if they do not, tragedy beckons..  :Confused:

On the other side, Madrid are flying - with CR7 in sublime form.. Among the others, Varane's star shines brighter every game.. Morata had a good match and Ramos scored the winner!!

Real will fancy their chances of beating Man United at Old Trafford.. Ronaldo returns to the stadium, where he established his status as a global superstar!!  :))

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