Every gooner on the planet is celebrating the Community Shield victory over Manchester City. Make no mistake however, the team we faced was a very disorganized, unfit and confused, however rest assured it will not be the same City we will face in EPL. It is arguable that their poor performance is a concern of theirs, or we gooners could be optimistic that we are the ones ahead of the game. There were a lot of positives to take away from the game. chalmers looked like a very credible CB, but not
It would not be a good use of my time to beat on what already has been mentioned on almost every live sport site this morning. Germany won because they have a system, form their players to play that system, play as a team, play everywhere in the world, stay organized, stay motivated...... and so on. How good were they actually? I feel they would have made it out of any group in this world cup. They do not need to win all their games 7-1, and neither do they need to always be the sharpest.
To make this simple, I'll only include the moments of my life that I remember, narrowing it down to the last 15 years or so. Zidane volley vs Bayern Leverkusen (UEFA Champions League Final 2002) Real Madrid started the trend of combining superstars in one team, instead of grooming them, this generation of Madristas were the Galacticos, and as any great team, the objective is to win the champions league, and oh, they did with class. Lance Amstrong "look" in 2001 Alpes de l'Huez, Climb of the G