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Norwich deserve to win. Not only are City lacking in defence atm, they're not as lightning fast going forward today like we're used to seeing.

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that Salzburg attack looks quite effective..........like the way Hwang lays them on a plate.......very unselfish

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Arsenal have Tojali Bola on their bench tonight who I believe is Marc's younger brother.

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At the OneBoro summer fest we should have a nice game of .. "Marco?" .... "Bola!" 

I'll show myself out .. ?

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13 minutes ago, SmogDane said:

Sensation under way @ Colchester! 

yeah but what was that penno that they missed in the shoot out , loved the way the spurs keeper punched it haha.

stoke out on pennas too,   thier boss is going isnt he.

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Colchester and Crawley do the business on penalties. Great night for the underdogs 

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15 minutes ago, Essuuaitch said:

yeah but what was that penno that they missed in the shoot out , loved the way the spurs keeper punched it haha.

stoke out on pennas too,   thier boss is going isnt he.

It's called a Panenka ?

Here is one of the best ever .. Jonas Wind did a Panenka at the same stadium, in the same end as the original Panenka, who that kind of trickery is named after!

Quote from wikipedia:

Antonín Panenka came to international prominence playing for Czechoslovakia in the 1976 European Championship; Czechoslovakia reached the final, where they faced West Germany. After extra time, the result was 2–2, and so the first penalty shootout in a European Championships final ensued. The first seven kicks were converted, until West Germany's fourth penalty taker, Uli Hoeneß, ballooned his shot over the bar. With the score 4–3, Panenka stepped up to take the fifth Czechoslovakian penalty, to win the match under immense pressure. He feigned shooting to the side of the goal, causing German goalkeeper Sepp Maier dive to his left, and then gently chipped the ball into the middle of the net.[9] The perceived impudence of the shot, in addition to its success, led a watching French journalist to dub Panenka "a poet", and his winning kick is one of the most famous ever, making Panenka's name synonymous with that particular style of penalty kick.[10]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmtadBh-aLI

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