My Commiserations...  

rm_SusieQ27 47F
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5/10/2006 7:36 pm

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5/11/2006 10:53 am

My Commiserations...

MIDDLESBROUGH v SEVILLA, UEFA CUP FINAL, 10th MAY 2006

Sevilla were deserved winners of the Uefa Cup tonight, however the thin line between success and failure has never been more evident

Had Mark Viduka's piledriving shot from eight yards not been brilliantly saved by the Spanish keeper and had referee Fandel given a penalty for a blatant foul on Vids midway through the second half, the whole thing could have been so very different.

That is the thin line between winning and losing. However the Boro gave it their all tonight and had the circumstances been different, then the result could also have been. Had decisions gone Boro's way then it is unlikely that Sevilla would have won so emphatically. The scoreline flattered the Spanish and was grossly unfair on a hard working and battling Boro side.

Sevilla shaded the first half however it was nowhere near as comprehensive as the pundits would have you believe, with Boro regisitering a mere one shot less on target than their Spanish opponents. However the threat of the Sevillians was demonstrated in the opening ten minutes, with two decisive attacks down Boro's right-wing that nearly led to goals.

Middlesbrough Football Club will come back from this match immensely stronger and richer for the experience. This was a massive step for the club and although defeat in this manner is difficult to stomach, we will return in the new season a better club for the experience.

Tonight, they can hold their heads up high in defeat. Be aware that the next time they appear in a major final, it will be they who have the rub of the green.

I hope this doesn't bode ill for our new England boss. Oh dear, oh dear..40 years is too long to wait for a footie celebration, don't you think, people? We're due a celebration, I think, don't you?


Luv and stuff, dearhearts {=} Susie {=}


KC_JJ 55M

5/10/2006 9:55 pm

So are you a bonafide football Hooligan? If you aren't have you ever heard of any true female ones who loved to really get into the violent part of that scene? I figure there at least have to be a small handfull who have.

you are posting rather prolifically this evening. Although I guess it's about 4:00am over there.

PS. Have you ever heard of Ian Anderson?

MMM [ MMM


rm_SusieQ27 47F
2093 posts
5/11/2006 10:49 am

KC..whatever do you mean, dear? Violent..Moi? Never, hun. I'm a lover, not a fighter, hun.

As for posting prolifically..yes, I had a lot of junk floating about up there, so I had to get rid of some of it. What better place to do it, dearheart.

Ian Anderson..you mean , the flautist of note, of Jethro Tull fame, lover?
A song springs to mind.."You know I used to love you and above you, there's no other1"..I was singing to you then, hun. Did you hear me?

Luv n stuff Susie


rm_SusieQ27 47F
2093 posts
5/11/2006 10:53 am

KC..There is a very interesting interview with him , on one of the BBC radio stations..Wiltshire, I think. Anyway, if you're interested just look uo The Tull's website and I'm sure you'll find it. Bye for now. Come back soon.

Luv n stuff {=} Susi {=}


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