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      Premier League 2018/19

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      7-King Kenny-7
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1250: Jan 02, 2019 05:53:08 am
      For all of the ball Spurs had, the scoreline flattered them. They created 1 good chance in the 2nd half, probably would have been a goal if Son had let it run to Alli instead of taking it on himself.
      Cardiff had a couple of great opportunities that they didn’t take in the 2nd half, both high balls into the box. But when clearances are kicked into a player, which then bounces into the net, you know it’s not going to be a good day at the office.
      Was like watching United under Jose, Spurs were that boring and slow. Commentators were raving about them though.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1251: Jan 02, 2019 03:49:57 pm
      I was thinking the exact same things during match day! I think Rafa did it on purpose ;)
      I've no doubt United will turn over Newcastle. About Rafa, he's not getting the best from the players he can. He's not got the best to work with, but I find it impossible to believe there are 14 teams in the PL with better players than Newcastle. It's easy to see the players on paper, Newcastle have better players than 11-14th right now but they're 15th. If Burnley beat Huddersfield, then it's just Southampton between Newcastle and the drop zone. They haven't got quality in every area but below is better than most teams in bottom half.

      Lascalles
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      Rondon
      Diami
      Perez
      Yedlin
      Hayden
      Atsu

      Rafa needs to turn this around. Hopefully he'll get backed in this window but regardless, Newcastle should be doing better.

      Watford and Wolves are the opposite, how they are 8th and 9th with those players is amazing.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1252: Jan 02, 2019 08:06:56 pm
      Come on Rafa - beat those cu*ts
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1253: Jan 02, 2019 08:37:32 pm
      Not looking good for Newcastle :(
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1254: Jan 02, 2019 08:41:28 pm
      F***ing hell I should be watching this Bournemouth match!!
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1255: Jan 02, 2019 08:41:36 pm

      What’s happening?
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1256: Jan 02, 2019 08:42:03 pm
      whats going on at Bournemouth its 3-3 4 goals in 6 mins
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1257: Jan 02, 2019 08:42:34 pm
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1258: Jan 02, 2019 08:42:44 pm
      What’s going on in the Bournemouth-Watford game!?
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1259: Jan 02, 2019 08:44:52 pm

      I know mate but old purple monkey is saying it’s not looking good for the Geordies
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1260: Jan 02, 2019 08:58:35 pm

      You could sense a goal coming from Utd tbh, they had a couple of chances where they should have scored, and it doesn't help with Newcastle looking a bit dodgy at the back :(
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      Reply #1261: Jan 02, 2019 09:03:09 pm
      You could sense a goal coming from Utd tbh, they had a couple of chances where they should have scored, and it doesn't help with Newcastle looking a bit dodgy at the back :(

      It would be the best thing ever if Newcastle beat them - I would be so happy.
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      Reply #1262: Jan 02, 2019 09:11:21 pm
      Shelvey on, come on!!!
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1263: Jan 02, 2019 09:23:18 pm
      Please Newcastle
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1264: Jan 02, 2019 09:38:04 pm

      Should of got straight red for foul on Pogba
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      Reply #1265: Jan 02, 2019 09:39:25 pm
      Should of got straight red for foul on Pogba

      I didn't see it, so can't comment ;)
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1266: Jan 02, 2019 09:40:00 pm
      I didn't see it, so can't comment ;)

      Yeah yeah yeah  :lmao:
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1267: Jan 02, 2019 09:41:59 pm
      Chelsea 0-0... they are now out of any kind of title challenge you would think.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1268: Jan 02, 2019 09:43:04 pm
      I didn't see it, so can't comment ;)

      Is that you arsene ?
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1269: Jan 02, 2019 09:47:06 pm
      The one occasion that I don't mind seeing a resurgence Man Utd at present. Is that they should give Tottenham no easy game on the 13th  ;D
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1270: Jan 02, 2019 09:52:25 pm
      Newcastle losing and Burnley winning, Southampton gaining. Now just 2 points above the drop for Rafa. Chelsea and Man City still in the league for them this month as well, then Spurs at the start of next month. I think Newcastle will be relegated.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1271: Jan 02, 2019 10:00:52 pm
      Chelsea gone from title challenge to scrap for top four now.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1272: Jan 02, 2019 10:02:40 pm
      Ole has gave United a chance to finish 4th.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1273: Jan 02, 2019 10:04:09 pm
      Ole has gave United a chance to finish 4th.

      Still can't see it but minor miracle if he can.
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      Re: Premier League 2018/19
      Reply #1274: Jan 02, 2019 10:06:07 pm
      Another win for Utd, but that win today is nothing for Ole at all. They were no threat today and didn't look like scoring until the Newcastle keeper spilled the ball. He may as well have just thrown it into his own net.  :lmao:

      That was the game changer to gift Utd the win.

      Just wait until they play a decent side.

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