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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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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #60: Mar 21, 2009 11:19:06 pm
      "And manchester united are punished again by another man from Liverpool"

         :laugh:  Nice one Danny Murphy  ;D

      I tell you what............how childish is rooney..........spoilt little brat, he deserved to be sent off, for throwing a tantrum like a little child, he needs to grow up.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #61: Mar 21, 2009 11:21:53 pm
      ronaldo should have gone
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #62: Mar 21, 2009 11:23:05 pm
      I tell you what............how childish is rooney..........spoilt little brat, he deserved to be sent off, for throwing a tantrum like a little child, he needs to grow up.

      I blame the parents!

      But his apologists will tell you it's all part of his game.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #63: Mar 21, 2009 11:31:17 pm
      DAMN! I missed it and i really wanted to watch the united game, what did the pundits say and who were they?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #64: Mar 21, 2009 11:33:50 pm
      Hansen and Lawrenson.

      Jocky just took the piss (with a smile)out of their defending and some of the petulance shown by Rooney.

      Lawrenson didn't say much.
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      Reply #65: Mar 21, 2009 11:37:00 pm
      DAMN! I missed it and I really wanted to watch the united game, what did the pundits say and who were they?

      It will on again tomorrow morning Adz.............if you want to laugh at Scholes with a great save on the line and Rooney throwing his toys out the pram.
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      Reply #66: Mar 21, 2009 11:38:33 pm
      It will on again tomorrow morning Adz.............if you want to laugh at Scholes with a great save on the line and Rooney throwing his toys out the pram.
      It's too early! :laugh: But i did see the 2nd goal and Rooney sending off on Football First.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #67: Mar 21, 2009 11:47:00 pm
      St James's Park is going to look very empty next season in the championship!
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #68: Mar 22, 2009 12:20:30 am
      That was right up there with the best "match of the day"s all season :D
      How much of a spoilt brat is ronaldo. Whenever things turn bad he doesn't even want to be on the pitch.
      Rooney can't stand people getting the better of him, he's such a sore loser and he deserved to go off. He also should get an extra few games ban for the way he acted leaving the pitch.
      What a pen from danny murphy, you can always count on him to bury it from the spot. And from any other part of the pitch against man u ;D
      Zoltan Gera scored a belter aswell :)
      Nice goal from modric to sink the chavs too :)

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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #69: Mar 22, 2009 12:23:44 am
      Disappointed i missed it tonight to be honest but not too disappointed that i will wake up early and see it :D
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #70: Mar 22, 2009 01:38:57 am
      Hansen and Lawrenson.

      Jocky just took the piss (with a smile)out of their defending and some of the petulance shown by Rooney.

      Lawrenson didn't say much.
      Well, what's Lawrenson going to say in favour of United after the defeat especially in the presence of Hansen.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #71: Mar 22, 2009 01:41:06 am

      I tell you what............how childish is rooney..........spoilt little brat, he deserved to be sent off, for throwing a tantrum like a little child, he needs to grow up.

      Awkkk damn, i missed it! What happened, what did he do?
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #72: Mar 22, 2009 01:43:06 am
      Awkkk damn, I missed it! What happened, what did he do?
      Threw the ball in anger and tried to make it out as if he passed it for a freekick.
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #73: Mar 22, 2009 01:44:42 am
      Hahaha stupid silly little boy! :D
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      Re: Match of the Day thread
      Reply #74: Mar 22, 2009 01:45:01 am
      Awkkk damn, I missed it! What happened, what did he do?

      United were given a free kick, Giggs tried to take it quickly from the wrong spot and the referee brought play back. Rooney, who'd just received the ball from Giggs' free kick, threw the ball back in the direction of the referee. It flew past everyone so I guess the ref classed it as throwing the ball 'away'. As he was walking down the tunnel, he attempted to assault the corner flag, much to the delight of the home support :lmao:

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