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The Better Managers Won

Two red cards, a lucky goal and that’s about it. Last night’s european “clash” between Bayern Munich and Olympique Lyon was a poor one, to say the least. After seeing Inter’s win against Barcelona a night before, I was hoping for another good game, but I guess that the Champions League logo flashing all over the place isn’t always a guarantee that quality football is going to take place. Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t mongolian quality, no offense to mongolian football, but it was a level or two lower than the first semi-final.

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Discipline vs. Passion

Eto’o vs. Messi, Mourinho vs. Guardiola, Moratti vs. Laporta, Italy vs. Spain and Nerazzuri vs. Blaugrana. Tonight at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, the UEFA Champions League semi-final between Inter, the italian champions and Barcelona, the spanish champions, is going to take place.

Two very different teams, with two different managers. Inter with Jose Mourinho, a great experienced tactician with a powerful personality, always planning every aspect of the game, never leaving anything to chance. He’s style of play isn’t always pleasant to look at, but his teams have always been efficient and hard-working. He has already been at this stage of the competition twice, once with Porto and once with Chelsea.

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