Thursday, May 13, 2010

El Campeon - Jornada 38

On the last countdown in Primera Division, two imperious-dominant Barcelona entertains Real Valladolid while Real Madrid was away to Malaga. By that time, the two contenders should win their respective last dances to kiss the trophy by one or two points, however on the contrary, both Malaga especially Valladolid could be relegated into the Segunda Division. So when Barca wins, it's time to forget whatever it gets with the rivals.

But football being football is always keen to throw up dramas. If Valladolid can score first with any unexplained reason, they don't need Mourinho to defend with the eleven buses like there's no tomorrow. With two key players are bound to miss the final battle, Xavi is suspended and Maxwell sustains injury, Pep will need his best eleven including Iniesta hungry than ever. Especially with the kind of form of the Messi-ah to take the Golden Shoe home and he needs 3 goals more to chase Ronaldo's "Pichichi" record.

So Malaga could fight the same way for last survival with an unenviable record at home against Madrid, of course it's without Raul, Van der Vaart and probably Guti due to the respective injuries. While when we look into the final Champions League spot, the third-placed Valencia is safe on its 68 points home to Tenerife, Sevilla at fourth on 60 points will go to Almeria to race with 59 points of Mallorca at home, to insist the last spot.

Due to this pressure, it will be the winner of European League Atletico Madrid that keeps dressing another success on final Copa Del Rey against Sevilla next week, at the reserved side to host Getafe.  Now, at the bottom of table, all 36 team-points Malaga, Racing Santander, Valladolid, and Tenerife are battling to avoid the drop ahead of the final day and three points down Xerez are hanging on to stay in the top flight.

Sun, May 16
Almeria -x- Sevilla
Mallorca -x-Espanyol
Zaragoza -x- Villarreal
Athletic -x- Deportivo
Atletico -x- Getafe

Mon, May 17
Osasuna -x- Xerez
Barcelona -x- Valladolid
Valencia -x- Tenerife
Malaga -x- Real Mad
Racing -x- Sporting

There's no significant trade with my wining team from last match. But I can imagine Messi joins Ronaldo, they would score at least one goal. Well, it might happen in next season, I hope.
My Optimistic Squad:

D. Lopez
Marcelo - Godin – Ramos
Renato - Xabi - Cuevas - Iniesta
Bojan - Higuain - Pedro

Let's go party! (hNa)


Anonymous said...

Absolutely Barsa the winner.
They deserve it

Anonymous said...

Enhorabuena al ganador..
Viva el BARSA!!

Anonymous said...

they're good!!

dragon said...

Nice team, brur...

go said...

Love La-Liga .... Viva Madridista!!

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