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      Match of the Day

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      redkenny
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #30: Jan 11, 2009 11:28:39 pm
      As well as "Fergie got his way and United's in May" from Lineker

      Oh aye. Indeed. Knew it was going to end with a bum chum statement like that.

      I don't know why I even bother watching it anymore.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #31: Jan 31, 2009 10:07:21 pm
      Anyone going to bother watching this tonight?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #32: Jan 31, 2009 10:23:23 pm
      Surprise, surprise, the boring ManUre game is first ::)
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #33: Jan 31, 2009 11:42:47 pm
      They are always first. Even if there was a 10-9 match I doubt that would come before them.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #34: Feb 01, 2009 10:11:38 pm
      WE should be first tonight. If not, what the hell games were they watching?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #35: Feb 01, 2009 10:16:11 pm
      WE should be first tonight. If not, what the hell games were they watching?

      Hope so Res, there was only us and the Tyneside Derby wasn't there today?

      No contest really.

      10.20pm  ;)
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #36: Feb 01, 2009 10:19:40 pm
      Hope so Res, there was only us and the Tyneside Derby wasn't there today?

      No contest really.

      10.20pm  ;)

      And we are! Hurrah!

      ;D
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #37: Feb 01, 2009 10:21:20 pm


      Cheers Res..........I'm :f_run: to watch it, might record this and keep it on as well  :kop5cf8koxp6:
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #38: Feb 01, 2009 10:32:30 pm
      The highlights of our game were rather short IMO
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #39: Feb 01, 2009 10:39:02 pm
      The highlights of our game were rather short IMO

      MOTD2 highlights are usually quite short. Especially when we've been on telly too.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #40: Feb 01, 2009 10:39:17 pm
      "Manchester United probably would have won that 1-0"

      Shut up.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #41: Feb 01, 2009 10:41:48 pm
      MOTD2 highlights are usually quite short. Especially when we've been on telly too.

      The analysis was longer than the game!
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #42: Feb 01, 2009 10:51:48 pm
      "Ronaldo, as usual, looked as though he might attempt a step-over"

      For the Ronaldo pen yesterday. Hilarious.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #43: Feb 07, 2009 10:17:50 pm
      Today's schedule:

      MOTD running order*
      Portsmouth v Liverpool
      West Brom v Newcastle
      Blackburn v Aston Villa
      Everton v Bolton
      Chelsea v Hull
      Sunderland v Stoke
      Man City v Middlesbrough
      Wigan v Fulham
      *Subject to change

      I'm not surprised we're first...the Mancs didn't play today. ::)
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #44: Feb 07, 2009 10:18:59 pm
      Hopefully big Al will give us credit, unlike Macca and Houghton
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #45: Feb 08, 2009 02:13:51 am
      cahill did a babel/keane and as for gozzy gosling....sh*te
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #46: Feb 08, 2009 06:54:33 pm
      Hopefully big Al will give us credit, unlike Macca and Houghton

      He wasn't too positive to be honest, but more positive than the others I guess.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #47: Feb 09, 2009 01:17:29 am
      watched MOTD2 in the cabbage, the mancs managed another on nil, i hear a song coming on, boring boring manchester
      rechristened onenil united.................. .. heared their new sponsors will be robinsons instead of AIG as they really are very jammy
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #48: Feb 09, 2009 05:19:24 pm
      That fat git, what's his name, oh yes Jonathan Pierce, did you here the joy in his voice when we went one nil down, the sly comment about the "ex-Liverpool" (Crouch)player making the error for us the equalize. Tw*t.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #49: Feb 28, 2009 09:23:03 pm
      For all the sadists out there who want to watch todays debacle, we're up first on MOTD tonight.

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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #50: Feb 28, 2009 11:25:58 pm
      John Motson getting overly excited about Arsenal v Fulham!
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #51: Feb 28, 2009 11:28:13 pm
      John Motson getting overly excited about Arsenal v Fulham!

      VANN PERSIEEE!
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #52: Feb 28, 2009 11:30:32 pm
      Lineker: 'Well it's in the bag isn't it? I don't think anyone's told Frank Lampard though'.

      You seem to be forgetting that we are on the same amount of points you jerk.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #53: Mar 01, 2009 12:15:40 am
      Lineker: 'Well it's in the bag isn't it? I don't think anyone's told Frank Lampard though'.

      You seem to be forgetting that we are on the same amount of points you jerk.

      I just stated that in the Are We Title Contenders thread. I cant see how were out of it and Chelsea aren't?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #54: Mar 01, 2009 12:26:18 am
      I just stated that in the Are We Title Contenders thread. I cant see how were out of it and Chelsea aren't?

      Chelsea are hitting form again, and we're not.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #55: Mar 01, 2009 12:30:56 am
      Yeah i know but just because were on a bad patch dosen't mean Chelsea are still in it and were not. Equal points = Equal Chance
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #56: Mar 01, 2009 12:33:18 am
      Yeah i know but just because were on a bad patch dosen't mean Chelsea are still in it and were not. Equal points = Equal Chance

      If, for example, there were two teams on equal points - one of them had 5 losses in a row, one of them had 5 wins in a row - who would you back?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #57: Mar 01, 2009 12:39:30 am
      If, for example, there were two teams on equal points - one of them had 5 losses in a row, one of them had 5 wins in a row - who would you back?

      You mean the way Real Madrid were on their best run for 27 years?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #58: Mar 01, 2009 12:39:30 am
      If, for example, there were two teams on equal points - one of them had 5 losses in a row, one of them had 5 wins in a row - who would you back?

      What if their two best players would be coming back from injury.  :laugh:

      I would back the 2nd choice, but it still dosen't change the fact that the 5 losses could all change to wins, vice-versa.

      I take it your not refering to us, as we dont have 5 losses.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #59: Mar 01, 2009 12:43:12 am
      You mean the way Real Madrid were on their best run for 27 years?

      Chelsea aren't about to go and play the best team in Europe. ;)

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