Discussion in 'Olympique de Marseille' started by MetroChile, Dec 6, 2009.
Havent heard about Eto. Today there something about Abdennour from Valencia.
I havent even thought about Eto'o in about 5 years.
Does Abdennour start most of Valenica's matches ? I cant imagine how they get him unless he's a part timer.
Marseilles arena capacity are 67,000+ just.
Yeah its great when its full but they also had one of the worst Velodrome attendances of all time in their Europa league match this year.
OM in the finals
What happened to Salzburg in the 2 games against Marseille is an utter disgrace, they have been denied a place in the finals by the officials.
did you see penalty that Marseille was denied,
an offside goal (2nd goal)
Uefa needs to step in its referring
I saw the highlights and Salzburg played better over 2 legs. As a French fan Im not gonna complain though lol. This Marseille team on paper isnt that good and is flawed but congrats to them for making it this far. They keep the core of the team and make a few changes they can do good in the Champions League imo.
Salzburg might feel so bad about the corner, but I think Marseille did had a penalty being ruled out in the regular time. Overall I think the result of 2-1 was justified, Marseille deserved one goal they had and Salzburg did create more chances on goal and were a bit bad luck on their side, not to mention Pele did make some very good and crucial saves in the match all night.
Salzburg played great with full of passion, that's a reason why they knocked out and eliminated the likes of Real Sociedad, Borussia Dortmund and Lazio all the way thru to EL semi-final, what a good Cinderella story for them this EL campaign.
Altetico Madrid will be by far the strongest opponent possible for Marseille ever faced for the EL final match.
Atletico plays so clinical and their defense is crazily good and tight.
Bernard Roger Tapie dead [26 January 1943 – 3 October 2021]
From 1986-94, he was the president of the Olympique de Marseille football club, which became Champion of France five times in a row (from 1989 to 1993) and won the 1992–93 UEFA Champions League.
Bernard Tapie - Wikipedia