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What They're Saying
May 27th, 2009 7AM

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"And they [Barcelona] will win playing very well, which is how they played all season to get there. Yes, now is the moment in which I believe Barcelona has the best team in its history."

-- Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero chimes in on the Barcelona-Manchester United UEFA Champions League final on Wednesday (2:30 pm ET, ESPN). Zapatero is attending the game with Spain's King Juan Carlos. (AP)


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