Take It To The Next Level

This is the week where there are no holds barred, where you put your money where your mouth is and my money is on crushing That Other Team.


Take it and run with it folks.

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  1. Miguel
    November 26, 2009

    anybody play this yet?


      • November 26, 2009

        Yeah that was linked in a comment a few days ago. I rocked out on 37 on a laptop touchpad, first try.

        It’s about time, however, that we move on from that story.

        • Miguel
          November 26, 2009

          the barçasmugometer:


  2. tyler
    November 26, 2009

    Ok let me just be to say FUCK REAL MADRID! I don’t care who they put on that field, we will destroy them. I’m imagining a better result than 6-2, I’m visualizing a 5-0 scoreline. We will shut Ronaldo down. We will shut Kaka down. Benzema is a joke. FOR CHRIST’S SAKE A SEGUNDA B TEAM BEAT THEM 4-0!!!!!!!!!!! The Inter game showed that we should not fear anything, we are the best team in the world even without Messi and Ibra, and with them……….. well may God have mercy on the souls of Madridistas.


  3. OhYes
    November 26, 2009

    Seeing as a Segunda B team trounced them, how about instead of using the likes of Messi and Iniesta, we put in, oh, say, a couple of school kids, and maybe Valdes just to give them a chance.

  4. ballbeav
    November 26, 2009

    que se ahoguen en tripa propia los mierdistas

  5. Kari
    November 26, 2009

    Normally, I’d call for “more respect”, or “I dunno guys, let’s not be too overconfident now, ‘cuz you never know”, but with El Clasico that all just goes down the drain. Screw it! This is what being a fan is for! Visca Barca~!!


    Who wants to win 2-1? 😀 If they listen to Casillas, it’ll be more like, oh I don’t know, 6-2.


    Didn’t they do that last time, on their own turf, and still lost 2-6? Madrid, please attack! 😛

  6. Kari
    November 26, 2009

    Question: A lot of Madridista are saying that they’re top without Thong Boy, but doesn’t that mean that with him, they’re not leaders? 😛

    Lol, flawed I know. But still. 😛

  7. Annie
    November 26, 2009

    Ok, this game not being in HD is ridiculous! Why did ESPN buy the rights if they aren’t going to broadcast El Clasico?!?

    • Annie
      November 26, 2009

      Hold up…ESPN says there is an at Madrid vs Espanyol match during the usual time slot. Mmm…curious

      • Tutomate
        November 26, 2009

        I know but it’s Atletico, here. The thing though ESPN Deportes is showing it and ABC says TBD for that time. Wouldn’t it be great if it was on ABC? Even if it’s no I’d rather watch it on ESPN Deportes.

        • November 26, 2009

          You’re right. It’s also on ESPN Deportes at 1pm.

          My listing shows ABC as having some non-sports related blah blah listed, like Beautiful Homes and Great Estates and Holiday on Ice…

          • Tutomate
            November 26, 2009

            Crap And ESPN has Bowling, What are you serious, Bowling, really bowling will have more viewers than the freaggin Clasico. Can’t wait for ESPN to go HD.

            By the way thanks Kxevin for the advice on the Panasonic. I got me a tc50ps1 and I love it.

          • Tutomate
            November 26, 2009

            I meant: can’t wait for ESPN Deportes to go HD.

    • November 26, 2009

      They split the rights with GolTV and I kind of imagine ESPN will have the rights to the second clásico.

    • Flippy
      November 26, 2009

      I think it’s on both ESPN Deportes and Goltv

  8. ballbeav
    November 26, 2009

    my gramma could beat real madrid

  9. Ethan
    November 26, 2009

    Hey, anyone know a link to the recording of the game against Inter?

  10. ballbeav
    November 26, 2009

    fox soccer channel has barca-inter tonight 8 pm pacific

    • Ethan
      November 26, 2009

      Thank you! Just finished watching the slaughtering we gave Real last year, such a beautiful game. And if we play like we did Tuesday, i expect nothing but the same.

  11. ballbeav
    November 26, 2009

    Let those who started tuesday rest. our lineup for sunday:

    Messi Ibra

    that should be enough to win.

  12. BA
    November 27, 2009

    i’ll be watching it at a bar, but still… ESPN360 isn’t even showing the game?

  13. Eklavya
    November 27, 2009

    I need some dumb annoying madristas to annoy before I can REALLY get all pumped up…

  14. Kxevin
    November 27, 2009

    Latest word is that Ibra “practiced well” and should start on Sunday. Messi is still at issue, though obviously, Argy Bargy wants to play.

    It’s also worth noting that Vilanova and Guardiola both mentioned the excellence and cohesion of the Inter starting XI, which is why it wouldn’t shock me to see the same lineup roll out. Except for The Yaya, who will start. I’d bet the farm on that one.

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