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F.C. Barcelona vs Olympiacos F.C. ( 18 Oct. 2017 - 2:45PM ET, Camp Nou, Barcelona )

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Final Olympiakos substitution:

 

Fortounis IN

Odjidja OUT

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3 minutes ago, GreekLunatic said:

I'd rather lose 3-0 and play soccer then lose 3-0 playing defensive 

I'd be pumped if we just score a goal

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Final Barcelona substitution:

 

Gomes IN

Busquets OUT

 

All changes have been made

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2 minutes ago, Ellada2004 said:

Olympiakos give up 2 goals while up a man? 

Even 5 years ago that would never happen

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Juve have pulled ahead late in Torino, it's 2-1

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NIKOLAOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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FC Barcelona 3-1 Olympiakos  FT

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I would have said a 3-1 loss at Camp Nou would be a good showing for us, until you realize we were outscored 2-1 with an extra man

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Juve has won it 2-1 at home to Sporting Lisbon in Torino

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what a disaster a greek team in the 90s or the early 00s would push a 10 man barca. just shows you how low greek football has gotten. looking at the highlights olympiacos didn't create anything especially in the first half.

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do not underestimate how strong this Barca team is...

No Greek team from any era, would do much better against this Barca team if the Greek team has been thrown together over a few weeks...

Greek teams to do well at this level MUST Keep the same core for 2-3 seasons then refine strengths and weaknesses...

We had 11 blokes who played together for the first time vs THE BEST TEAM IN THE WORLD!!!..

Just try and comprehend that...

Botia and Nikolaou HAVE NEVER BEEN PARTNERED AT CD BEFORE..And they were asked to FACE MESSI AND SUAREZ!!

Anyone that expected anymore from today is delusional...10 men or not!!

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Guys theres mid table teams from la liga that have upset Barca or at least gave them a run. This defeatist attitude is sickening..... Not saying we have the team to be on par with them but when they went down a man we didn't even try to capitalize just damage control. Were struggling in the SL so I guess it's very bad year to be in CL..... I dont like any of our signings all garbage.... 

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Our signings might be crap but we have a coach who is playing 80s version Italian football we knew we were gonna lose to Barca at least attack and not defend with all 11 players 

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this is NOT an OLYMPIAKOS UCL SQUAD!!

If we attacked ..10-0 was a possibility....

I think we need to acknowledge, that as individuals we have some decent footballers...as a TEAM..This is the worst TEAM by UCL standards we have EVER HAD!! And we are  in the hardest group possible!!

Remember last season with arguably a more settled team.. we struggled vs APOEL, Young Boys...

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I guess your right but we could not even muster a counter attack or try and hold possession... But when your losing to Atromitos its sad. Get rid of gillet and Durdevic. Keep same team for couple years.... This is sad

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Olympiakos are up a man for a half trailing by a goal and they decide to pretty much sit back? Then they get scored on twice. It's a very tough group with Juve and Barcelona but it looks like they will finish last in the group and miss out on Europa league. This team has won the GSL 8 years straight and they collect 30million every time they qualify for CL but they can't even make it out of the group stage. That's got to change.

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