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      Premier League 2020/21: Winners Man City

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      heimdall
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      Re: Premier League 2020/21
      Reply #25: Sep 13, 2020 02:39:12 pm
      Be interesting to see how Newcastle do this season.  Can't really fault the job Steve Bruce has done there so far and they have brought in some players who can give them something they haven't had for a while.

      Still crackers seeing them start the season with Andy Carroll though!

      Andy Carroll has stolen a living for so long now, ever since he came to us he's been sh*t or injured, yet still earning every year.
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      Reply #26: Sep 13, 2020 02:52:55 pm
      West Brom starter off well but Leicester City creating few chances. Chance to see Harvey Barnes who we were linked to, lots of hard work but not much end product.
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      Reply #27: Sep 13, 2020 04:12:37 pm
      West Brom and Fulham add absolutely nothing to the premier league, I’d say quite confidently, even on match week one, they both go straight back down by the end.
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      Re: Premier League 2020/21
      Reply #28: Sep 13, 2020 05:18:33 pm
      Be interesting to see how Newcastle do this season.  Can't really fault the job Steve Bruce has done there so far and they have brought in some players who can give them something they haven't had for a while.

      Still crackers seeing them start the season with Andy Carroll though!

      It’s strange Bruce seems to get far more financial backing than Rafa did there.
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      Reply #29: Sep 13, 2020 10:30:24 pm
      Andy Carroll has stolen a living for so long now, ever since he came to us he's been sh*t or injured, yet still earning every year.

      Not watching him enough, Bruce even joked about it last night at the end of the West Ham game, the more he got tired, he started throwing a shift in at the back at corners.

      Pretty much like Heskey at times for us. Not my cup of tea as a player, not even when he played for us, but he does try to throw a shift in, just that when he has a bad game, it stands out a mile.
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      Re: Premier League 2020/21
      Reply #30: Sep 14, 2020 05:39:12 am
      About time West Ham got relegated again. Hole of a club.

      Here Here..hate the Cu*ts!
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      Reply #31: Sep 14, 2020 07:51:47 pm
      Some decent players on the Wolves squad isn’t there? Never really watched them apart from when we play them.

      Traore is just a nightmare for defenders, would hate to have him running at me.

      Coady commanded his box as good as I’ve seen from anyone, last time I ever took notice of him was when he was still a midfielder, looks like he’s been playing CB his whole career.

      Boly looks a huge presence in his box and I like what I’ve seen this game.

      And Jimenez looks the closest I’ve seen to another Bobby, he’s everywhere on the pitch... looked like he was filling in at RB a few moments ago..
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      Reply #32: Sep 14, 2020 08:41:26 pm
      Werner is superb.
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      Reply #33: Sep 14, 2020 08:50:06 pm
      He’s gonna win a fair few of those kinds of penalties this season...
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      Reply #34: Sep 14, 2020 08:53:01 pm

      Shame Chelsea have a wage structure so far beyond us.
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      Reply #35: Sep 14, 2020 09:00:34 pm
      It’s actually ridiculous how fast he is, a replay just then looked like summat you’d see in a Marvel film...

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      Reply #36: Sep 14, 2020 09:00:46 pm
      Lallana has broken down before the first half is through.

      Feel for him he's just not up to it physically anymore.
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      Reply #37: Sep 14, 2020 09:01:44 pm
      Lallana off injured, what a shock that is.



      He’s not really done anything aside from win the penalty. Hopefully stays that way
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      Reply #38: Sep 14, 2020 09:02:48 pm
      I think we all saw that coming, such a shame what injuries have done to him...
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      Reply #39: Sep 14, 2020 09:03:35 pm
      Lallana has broken down before the first half is through.

      Feel for him he's just not up to it physically anymore.

      Job done for the season, how long a contract does he have with Brighton? 😉
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      Reply #40: Sep 14, 2020 09:17:29 pm
      When I see Andy Carroll on the pitch, I think how long will sick note last, until he picks up some sort of injury !
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      Reply #41: Sep 14, 2020 09:25:30 pm
      Shame Chelsea have a wage structure so far beyond us.

      I'd like to see their finances at the end of the season the salary expenditure alone must be enormous.

      Sustainable under ffp? Wouldn't be surprised if they are punished again in the next couple of years.
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      Reply #42: Sep 14, 2020 09:28:16 pm

      Sustainable under ffp? Wouldn't be surprised if they are punished again in the next couple of years.

      I think ffp has proved to be a farce
      « Last Edit: Sep 14, 2020 09:34:06 pm by Kopite78 »
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      Reply #43: Sep 14, 2020 09:28:26 pm

      He’s not really done anything aside from win the penalty. Hopefully stays that way

      He's by far and away the most threatening player on the pitch. Wouldn't be surprised if he's a top 3 goalscorer be end of season.

      Havertz on the other hand hasn't looked anything special.
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      Reply #44: Sep 14, 2020 09:38:04 pm
      Havertz has been terrible. Probably the worst player on the pitch.
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      Reply #45: Sep 14, 2020 09:59:37 pm
      Brighton have gifted this win to Chelsea. First goal was a stupid pass by Alzate that resulted in a penalty, 2nd was a one off strike and then 3rd was arguably an own goal due to a massive deflection.

      Brighton have had plenty of big chances that they’ve wasted. Chavs have gotten away with one.
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      Reply #46: Sep 14, 2020 10:01:41 pm
      https://youtu.be/qYpLMzcE9ow

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      Re: Premier League 2020/21
      Reply #47: Sep 14, 2020 10:02:56 pm
      Chelsea been average but they'll be a totally different proposition next week with Pulisic back in the side.
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      Reply #48: Sep 14, 2020 10:13:42 pm
      Chelsea been average but they'll be a totally different proposition next week with Pulisic back in the side.

      Who do you drop for Pulisic? I said before, we play them at a good time but Werner is scary. I fancy our attack against their defence though.
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      Reply #49: Sep 14, 2020 10:40:25 pm
      Who do you drop for Pulisic? I said before, we play them at a good time but Werner is scary. I fancy our attack against their defence though.

      Havertz based on that performance. Probably be Loftus Cheek though who makes way.

      Werner has frightening pace but he didn’t do anything with the ball tonight that concerns me, spends a lot of time offside. If he replicates tonight’s performance then I’m confident. It’s Pulisic that worries me, he always causes us grief.

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