Champions League Talking Points:Time to drop RVP?

Can anybody stop Bayern?

Bayern Munich won a record breaking 10th game with ease and it doesn’t look like anbody can stop them from reclaiming their title. The fact that Pep still goes in with a single holding midfielder might excite some opposition coaches,but his use of Javi Martinez as a Forward Destroyer against Borussia Dortmund shows that the opposition coaches will be in for a surprise unless of course there is a leak in the bild. Munich have an excellent chance of going all the way and winning the Champions League and if you want to follow them doing the same,click here for tickets .

Barcelona Need Messi

Barcelona slumped to 2-1 loss against 10 men Ajax and even the single goal came from a Xavi penalty. Although they won 4-0 the previous weekend without the services of a certain Argentinian, Messi is much more than a simple scorer and provider of goals. A focal point of attack,midfield runners use him to make runs forward.

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Time to drop RVP?

 Against a bruised Tottenham,Moyes simply can’t afford to drop points and lose more ground to the league leaders. Spurs do boast of some powerful midfield players who could easily overrun United’s flimsy midfield. So play one upfront and 3 in the middle is the solution. And currently Rooney is the in form striker and Kagawa the in form number 10,which leaves Robin Van Persie on the bench unless of course David Moyes decides to play the Japanese out wide which he most probably will do.

Manchester City will have a tough second round

With City almost certain to finish second and the other three English teams looking like they will finish top,City are in danger of facing a major European power in the  very next round. The likes of Barcelona,Real Madrid,PSG await them and City would do well to qualify for Quarters. These kind of match ups between the best of Europe make Champions League tickets hardest to get for a football fan

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