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Copa del Rey: Barcelona vs Valencia tonight

Posted on Wednesday, February 03, 2016 by "H".

Tonight we'll have a very intersting game, when FC Barcelona host Valencia at home in the Spanish Cup, Copa Del Rey.

FC Barcelona is on top of the league and they are completely on fire. They beat Atl. Madrid in their latest match and now it's time for the Copa Del Rey cup against Valencia who has been doing really really bad lately.

They hired former Manchester United player, Gary Neville to be their manager, but he hasn't done well since he arrived in the spanish club. Tonight will be a big test for him, since a good result against FC Barcelona would secure his job a little more.


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The match will be the first of two, but the bookmakers has absolutely no trust in a good result from Valencia tonight. If the former top-team manage to get a win in Barcelona, you will be awarded with nothing less that 19 times your money! - Yes. Odds 19.00 if Valencia beats FC Barcelona at home tonught.

If you think the game will end in a draw, you'll get odds 9.00 in return while you'll get odds 1.13 if the game will end in a with to FC Barcelona.

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8 comments for "Copa del Rey: Barcelona vs Valencia tonight"

 pochui2/4/2016 11:11:13 AM GMT
something tells me that this could be horrible night for valencia fans... who knows they even be trashed sth like 7-0 or with a similar scoreline. gary neville looks like being a little bit short from a legendary manager, so a return to pundits role is quite a possibility to be honest.
 av19662/4/2016 3:28:07 PM GMT
Hello mobsters

Well it was a hard night for the team of Andalucia a result like that make you doubt everything the players the manager and in this case they already sacked the former coach and brought a coach with a great footballer carreer but with to work done with top teams Thumbs Down Thumbs Down

The BARCELONA trident MSN(Messi,Suarez,Neymar) where a whepon of mass destruction Worship Worship

Was a nice match to watch but Valencia was to damn soft
 damosk2/4/2016 8:05:13 PM GMT
I totally forgot that this game was on TV and didn't check here in the forum for any evening news last night so kissed out on what sounds like a crackingly entertaining game.... Unless of course your surname is Neville. Never mind, there's always the next leg. Who knows what could happen!
 bowie19842/5/2016 1:39:44 PM GMT
superpochie was right on the money again, too bad he could only predict the scores twelve hours after the game originally ends Big Smile
But still. Gary Neville has now could count to seven. Who knew that he could have such a great carrier after finish playing ball?
 damosk2/10/2016 1:29:23 PM GMT
...... And so.... The continuation of this thriller is tonight! Wednesday 10 February 2016 at 20.00GMT. Will we see the biggest turnaround in European football that has ever been seen, or will we see the biggest aggregate victory ever recorded in a cup competition semi final? It's just soooooo exciting either way. It'll probably be 0-0.
 EnergyD2/10/2016 3:25:57 PM GMT
Valencia wont lose tonight
 Calmplay2/10/2016 4:45:48 PM GMT
Valencia will not concede a lot as Barcelona might play a weak team and rest all its important first team players and I agree that G.Neville is not a manager nor a coach.
 bowie19842/12/2016 1:26:29 AM GMT
Posted by Calmplay:
Valencia will not concede a lot as Barcelona might play a weak team and rest all its important first team players and I agree that G.Neville is not a manager nor a coach.

Barca could have played with a team made only from guys who are cleaning the toliets in Camp Nou, yet they wouldn't have concede seven times either.

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