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      Premier League 2017/18

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      Re: Premier League 2017/18
      Reply #300: Oct 21, 2017 07:45:57 pm
      City 5 clear and the gap will only get bigger.

      Massive gap between them and the rest.
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      Reply #301: Oct 21, 2017 08:04:22 pm
      City 5 clear and the gap will only get bigger.

      Massive gap between them and the rest.

      Shows you what spending serious money at the back can do for you.
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      Re: Premier League 2017/18
      Reply #302: Oct 21, 2017 09:46:45 pm
      How can lowly Huddersfield not just score but beat the Mancs and we couldn't break them down?
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      Reply #303: Oct 21, 2017 11:44:30 pm
      How can lowly Huddersfield not just score but beat the Mancs and we couldn't break them down?

      Without seeing the game I'd guess Mourinho was arrogant enough to think they'd win that one so didn't set up for the 'defensive masterclass' he had in mind for us.
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      Reply #304: Oct 22, 2017 10:24:12 am
      Tottenham vs Liverpool
      Premier League
      Today, 8:30 PM
      Wembley Stadium, Wembley

      Hope for the best....  :)
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      Reply #305: Oct 22, 2017 11:02:57 am
      Tottenham vs Liverpool
      Premier League
      Today, 8:30 PM
      Wembley Stadium, Wembley

      Hope for the best....  :)

      We do have a whole thread all related to hopefully twatting those spurs cu*ts in the kop, feel free to join in ;D ;)
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      Re: Premier League 2017/18
      Reply #306: Oct 22, 2017 12:09:50 pm
      Travelling the last 26 hours, only enough battery life to keep my podcasts going. Did I miss anything?
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      Reply #307: Oct 22, 2017 01:14:24 pm
      Looking like City's title to lose right now.

      If they continue on this form for another few weeks they will have the title won by March.

      All the other big sides are dropping points and will continue to do so as none bar City have strength in squad depth.
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      Reply #308: Oct 22, 2017 01:35:46 pm
      How can lowly Huddersfield not just score but beat the Mancs and we couldn't break them down?

      Without seeing the game I'd guess Mourinho was arrogant enough to think they'd win that one so didn't set up for the 'defensive masterclass' he had in mind for us.

      100%  agreed, they think they are the "invincible 2", just need to show up and win, eh.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:


      Calling for KEITH, sorry, can't resist this.  ;D
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      Reply #309: Oct 22, 2017 02:05:44 pm
      100%  agreed, they think they are the "invincible 2", just need to show up and win, eh.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:


      Calling for KEITH, sorry, can't resist this.  ;D


      I'm here  ;D I don't hide, what do you want to know  :D
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      Reply #310: Oct 22, 2017 03:03:10 pm
      Hope bitters win today aresanl are team we going be flight for top 4 spot just watch our luck bitters westham both new mangers before we play them cu*ts
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      Reply #311: Oct 22, 2017 03:18:36 pm
      Hahahaha f**k off you blueshite cu*ts!!

      Someone get the Moyesiah on the blower now.
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      Reply #312: Oct 28, 2017 01:22:45 pm
      Man Utd and Spurs producing a great display for Man City.
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      Reply #313: Oct 28, 2017 02:08:08 pm
      If Alli finished that chance it would have been goal of the season.

      Spurs could easily have United here but looks like they don’t believe that.
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      Reply #314: Oct 28, 2017 02:11:26 pm
      Haha what do I know!
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      Reply #315: Oct 28, 2017 02:25:40 pm
      If Alli finished that chance it would have been goal of the season.

      Spurs could easily have United here but looks like they don’t believe that.

      United were still the better team and deserved the win. Still can't see passed City though.
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      Reply #316: Oct 28, 2017 02:29:48 pm
      United were still the better team and deserved the win. Still can't see passed City though.

      There was very little between the two sides a draw would have been a fair result.

      If Kane started that game I think Spurs win.
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      Reply #317: Oct 28, 2017 02:35:52 pm
      There was very little between the two sides a draw would have been a fair result.

      If Kane started that game I think Spurs win.

      No mate i thought we were always on top though. Spurs only had Kane out, United had 3/4 out. Still think the same result if both teams were at full strength.
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      Reply #318: Oct 28, 2017 02:41:25 pm
      No mate i thought we were always on top though. Spurs only had Kane out, United had 3/4 out. Still think the same result if both teams were at full strength.

      Don't agree, especially when you consider if Kane is playing and gets the chance Alli did, then you are 1-0 down. You were missing midfielders, you had your main attacking players but its now what, a 6th consecutive appearance with Lukaku not getting on the score sheet?

      Granted United have some injuries but none of them missing players play as an important role as what Kane does. They aren't players that make you think "F**k, we could be in trouble without them". Where as with Kane you get that feeling because he can score from anywhere and from anything.

      If both teams were at full strength as you say then Jose would have well and truly parked the bus like he does against us because a lethal attack/lethal player in attack terrifies him. Kane plays and you spend most the game in your own half with Spurs likely nicking the win.
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      Reply #319: Oct 28, 2017 02:42:01 pm
      Jammy cu*ts.
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      Reply #320: Oct 28, 2017 02:43:19 pm

      Love you too Aussie  ;D
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      Reply #321: Oct 28, 2017 02:46:13 pm

      Piss of Keith!
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      Reply #322: Oct 28, 2017 02:55:32 pm
      Don't agree, especially when you consider if Kane is playing and gets the chance Alli did, then you are 1-0 down. You were missing midfielders, you had your main attacking players but its now what, a 6th consecutive appearance with Lukaku not getting on the score sheet?

      Granted United have some injuries but none of them missing players play as an important role as what Kane does. They aren't players that make you think "F**k, we could be in trouble without them". Where as with Kane you get that feeling because he can score from anywhere and from anything.

      If both teams were at full strength as you say then Jose would have well and truly parked the bus like he does against us because a lethal attack/lethal player in attack terrifies him. Kane plays and you spend most the game in your own half with Spurs likely nicking the win.

      You never agree anyway  :D Spurs had ONE! chance through Ali and that was it. We had many more chances.  Kane in the side would of been more interesting but he wasn't. That's part and parcel of football.

      Ive always said Lukaku goes idol, nothing changed there and that's with two up front. Was nice to see Mourinho not parking the bus like he did against you lads (( big mistake ))

      Its  easy too say if Kane plays! he didn't.. (( get over it ))  I could say the same about our players missing.  Granted no one in the same league as Kane but injuries part of our game.
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      Reply #323: Oct 28, 2017 06:18:20 pm

      Lies!!
      ;)


      Morata reminds me of Torres when he first came to us, except a sh*t version. Could have had a ha trick today already but still 0-0, one of which was on a plate after Begovic gifted the ball away
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      Reply #324: Oct 28, 2017 08:32:47 pm
      City 5 clear and the gap will only get bigger.

      Massive gap between them and the rest.

      Amazing what happens when 2 teams finish close to each other and then 1 goes
      and spends hundreds of millions dealing with an issue both teams had.
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      Reply #325: Oct 30, 2017 08:54:48 pm

      Burnley 0-0 Newcastle

      Newcastle have conceded just one first half goal in their last 13 Premier League games. That is impressive, you have to say.

      http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/40955299
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      Reply #326: Oct 30, 2017 09:06:35 pm
      Reading a lot of criticism with regards to this match - boring, dull, 'everything that's wrong with English football' etc.

      But what do you expect? If you're not part of the top 6 'elite' then it forces clubs to play in survival mode especially two clubs like Burnley and Newcastle who are not exactly endowed with financial might.

      Man Utd on the other hand...
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      Reply #327: Nov 01, 2017 06:27:30 pm
      Sam Allardyce banging on again about being a second class citizen within his own country because he's English.

      https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2017/nov/01/keys-gray-allardyce-football-brexit-marina-hyde
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      Reply #328: Nov 04, 2017 10:24:36 pm
      Bilic out ? Moyes in ?
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      Reply #329: Nov 04, 2017 10:26:55 pm

      Surely West Ham have greater self respect than that?

      Great to see the West Brom faithful piling in on Pulis. Time to banish that dinosaur for ever.

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