Liverpool, Real Madrid, the greats of modern football

It’s the final end of the cup, baby

After a season that has become more extraordinary with each passing week, it all comes down to this. Two teams fueled by a sense of destiny, compete for a grand prize in a glamorous cathedral of modern football; It’s a shame someone loses it. However, when The Fiver sent his 3,000-word combination in the League Two Supplement Finals to The Man, it was sent to us in a thousand pieces, and the pieces were arranged on what passes on a table to form two words: BIG CUP.

And if this opening maneuver is more telegraphic than the Tevie Mbe Hollywood card, Saturday night’s showdown in Paris promises to be less predictable. Liverpool would start as favourites, but Real Madrid have shown that they can destroy a brilliant, carefully designed trophy project in 90 seconds, not to mention 90 minutes. After an increasingly exciting comeback against Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City, Karim Benzema is expected to emerge with a late victory in Liverpool’s midfield.

So, if you are a fan who likes to spread the number of “UCLs” of your chosen team across all available social media as if you have contributed in a useful way, here are some Fiver patented analytics for you. Liverpool could enter seven major cups, bringing them to the same level as Milan – but more importantly, spoiling the dark flow of ‘we won’ [x] Times Anthem. Madrid, of course, racked up 13 victories – not that they like to talk about it. That’s right, Pfeiffer mocks teams for winning big cups. But what is there?

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Both teams earned their place, and both are coached by deans who are beloved in the modern game. I’m Carlos Ancelottes. Tactical tweaks It might be a conversation with Luka Modric and an eyebrow-raising theatrically — but hey, it works. As for Jurgen Klopp, he is still the Big Cup winning coach and is likely to keep his spirits high. Weekend to assemble a team – closely followed by Roberto Di Matteo. For the naysayers who might point out that this is just a replay of the 2018 final, and that six of the last nine Big Cup Finals have had at least one club – a fair point. But again, one of these teams lost at home to Sheriff Tiraspol in the groups. The other qualified thanks to the last draw with a header against West Bromwich Albion. by the goalkeeper. Azar, Mansfield and Port Vale – this is the true story of the underdog of the weekend.

Today’s quote

“There have been a lot of dark days and there will be in the future, but I felt ready to lead my team and the players” – Vale manager Daryl Clark returned after grieving the family this year as he prepares to take them to Wembley on Saturday.

Daryl Clark Do Valley. Photograph: Christopher Tommond/The Guardian

five letters

“Within hours of writing my Fever message yesterday, Canadian Football canceled a friendly match against Iran. I knew you were a world power in world football, but that is amazing” – Alan Etherington.

“Interestingly, the Norwich lawsuit described their team as mediocre (yesterday’s news, bits and bobs). I think if they get to the top, on average, they will still be in the Premier League” – Dominic Dawson.

The recent “Clap for Money on TV” riff (five passing letters). Just watch Antiques Roadshow to understand clap for money. The low value did not appeal to the audience present, the high value got a lot of applause … but no one did anything, they just received news of a large part of the money tied up in them. Done well! Newcastle fans can understand this idea.” – Paul Sanderson.

Like John McKay (Letters From Yesterday), I can’t believe I’m so inclined to write a letter to The Fiver. Especially since I don’t have anything to say. Kind of like The Fiver” – Steve Mintz.

Send your messages to the.boss@theguardian.com. And you can always Tweet Fiver via the embed tweet. Today’s winner with our priceless message is… Dominic Dawson.

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Put your ears to the latest Football Weekly Extra. And while we were there, Max, Barry, and Capsule Squad were back on tour. Tickets for live shows in June and July are available here.

News, bits and bobs

It looks like Sadio Mane might also stay at Liverpool after all. “Come back to me on Saturday and I’ll give you the best answer you’ll definitely want to hear,” he sneered. “It’s special. I’ll give you whatever you want to hear next.”

Sadio Mane wears some big hats on his way to Paris.
Sadio Mane wears some big hats on his way to Paris. Photo: Olly Scarf/AFP/Getty Images

Forrest Green believes his style of enticing Ian Burchnell, Knotts County Manager, is one in Watford’s eyes. “We show you how playing football can be done correctly and on the board,” said manager Del Vince.

Another non-league coach is Pete Wilde, who replaced Halifax with second division Barrow.

England captain Harry Kane begins his talk on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night talk show in New York. “We have a great team, very good players, a very good coach and we have built really well for this World Cup, and I am really looking forward to that,” he said, giving it a relatively old look. Empty crowd woman. “Hopefully I can try to break that record for goals while we’re there.”

Badoom-tish.
Badoom-tish. Photo: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images

That high-pitched groan you can detect is a constant bickering between French and Spanish football suits, it completely changed Kylian Mbappé’s business. When Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos and others left Doric – by choice – last year rather than being recognized [greatness]”It now appears that the disrespectful slander targeting Mbappe, widely known as one of the world’s greatest players who has not entered his league, was picked up despite receiving a similar offer,” LFP player Vincent Labron said in a letter to teammate Javier Tebas.

And in the growing men’s news, Rio Ferdinand and John Terry faced off on Abomination Twitter, sealing the previous ranking of the Premier League’s best defensive players – with Terry finishing first and fifth. It’s too boring to go any further.

Do you still want more?

Do you want to know where will win the Grand Final of the cup and lose? So offer your eyes to Jonathan Wilson [he’s written a tactical breakdown, he’s not gone serial killer – Fiver Ed].

we are here.
we are here. Composite: Getty, shutterstock

Karen Karen before Liverpool’s match against Madrid while Philipp Lahm gives his thoughts on the big game.

Ibrahim Konate, Liverpool player Andy Hunter, talks about his desire to return to Paris and hears from Mr. Lowe by Thibaut Courtois. Meanwhile, Steve McManaman reveals his most loyal loyalty lies with Liverpool. shocking!

It can totally be the weekend if you like to impress Huddersfield, reports Aaron Bauer.

If the answer is no The 2021-22 Premier League final review, this time with a selection of pre-season predictions.

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