Friday, March 20, 2009

Champions League Quarter Final draw (kind of)

The draw for the quarter finals of the Champions League has taken place at UEFA headquarters as Europe's best teams awaited their fate in the competition.

Last year's beaten finalists, FC Vulva of Sweden were drawn to play this year's surprise package from Russia, Titanium Membrane. The Russians have only reached the quarter final stage once before in 2001 when they were knocked out by Taramasalata of Greece, so they'll be hoping to avoid a similar upset this time around.

A clash between the giants of Europe is on the cards between Italian club Inter Fiore and Spanish champions Atletico Supporto. Many of the neutrals will be favouring the Italians to win, but the Spaniards are renknowned for their ball control and may have the upper hand as a result.

Elsewhere, the Germans of SV Grosse Wichser will meet Destituto of Portugal at a packed Manfredmanstadion in their first leg tie while Caramel Brulee of France play Turkish side Erectile Dysfunction in a match which looks set to be anything but a let down.

All ties to be played on April 14th and 13th 2009.


Anonymous said...

Placenta of Italy are not still alive in the competition?


Chris O said...

No, TT - they were knocked out by Sporting Areola of Portugal in the last round.


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