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      Premier League: 2023-2024

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      LondonRed83
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      Reply #276: Sep 16, 2023 05:12:00 pm
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      Reply #277: Sep 16, 2023 05:19:26 pm
      Disappointing to see both Spurs and City turn those games around
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      Reply #278: Sep 16, 2023 05:46:53 pm
      Disappointing to see both Spurs and City turn those games around

      City will win 30-32 matches out of 38 this season mate. That was traditionally a tough one for them ... but they still won.

      And that little c*nt silva is always at the centre of these things
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      Reply #279: Sep 16, 2023 06:46:41 pm
      City will easily win the league barring some real bad stretch. But I cannot see it except for injuries and a PL title would not be worth it if we beat them with KDB and some key X injured.
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      Reply #280: Sep 16, 2023 06:50:08 pm
      City will easily win the league barring some real bad stretch. But I cannot see it except for injuries and a PL title would not be worth it if we beat them with KDB and some key X injured.

      Yeah they'd need to have 4 or 5 long term injuries to key first team players ... including haaland for anyone to have a chance of getting near them.

      Kdb injured but it doesn't matter. Forest up next so that's 6 out of 6.
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      Reply #281: Sep 16, 2023 08:01:07 pm
      City will win 30-32 matches out of 38 this season mate. That was traditionally a tough one for them ... but they still won.

      And that little c*nt silva is always at the centre of these things

      Yep. What concerns me is that City are usually 'slow starters' and hit 90+ points every year pretty much so F**k knows what they're going to get to if they start with 5 from 5.

      Still all we can do is win games and keep them honest and we have started well. It would help if other teams could go with us.
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      Reply #282: Sep 17, 2023 03:09:20 pm
      Sterling hits the bar from a free kick, Colwill knocks in the rebound but he's offside.

      Still 0-0 at Dean Court.
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      Reply #283: Sep 17, 2023 03:12:36 pm
      That Jackson effort was a genuine laugh out loud moment. My reaction was similar to Klopp's when Lucas had that shot against Everton.
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      Reply #284: Sep 17, 2023 03:45:33 pm
      How is it even possible to spend £1b and look so toothless upfront
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      Re: Premier League: 2023-2024
      Reply #285: Sep 17, 2023 03:58:08 pm
      Goalless draw between Chelsea and Bournemouth.

      Pochettino heading for the dole at this rate.
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      Reply #286: Sep 17, 2023 04:07:00 pm
      Goalless draw between Chelsea and Bournemouth.

      Pochettino heading for the dole at this rate.

      In the queue behind ETH.
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      Reply #287: Sep 17, 2023 04:50:39 pm
      Everton behind again :laugh:

      But VAR are checking offside.

      And it's given off.
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      Reply #288: Sep 17, 2023 04:54:18 pm
      Everton behind again :laugh:

      But VAR are checking offside.

      And it's given off.

      First 20 mins and it must be like 99.9% possession for Arsenal.

      Everton are F***ing awful.
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      Reply #289: Sep 17, 2023 05:00:47 pm
      First 20 mins and it must be like 99.9% possession for Arsenal.

      Everton are F***ing awful.

      Been saying the same here mate.

      Even if you know you're sh*t and are probably gonna lose, you've at least gotta have a go and show some fight.

      On a side note, Gary Neville seems more upset that Arsenal's goal didn't stand than he ever has about anything involving United. Sounds F***ing heartbroken the stupid c**t.
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      Reply #290: Sep 17, 2023 05:01:03 pm
      E-VAR-ton...
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      Reply #291: Sep 17, 2023 05:02:58 pm
      World class Declan Rice getting skipped past by Doucoure and then has no legs to get back. He's a carbon copy of Emre Can.
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      Reply #292: Sep 17, 2023 05:05:36 pm
      Been saying the same here mate.

      Even if you know you're sh*t and are probably gonna lose, you've at least gotta have a go and show some fight.

      On a side note, Gary Neville seems more upset that Arsenal's goal didn't stand than he ever has about anything involving United. Sounds F***ing heartbroken the stupid c**t.

      Interesting he mentions the camera angle after ETH's moaning the other week and they've changed the camera angle, when he said it seemed strange, it was actually a good point he was making.
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      Reply #293: Sep 17, 2023 05:09:45 pm
      Even if you know you're sh*t and are probably gonna lose, you've at least gotta have a go and show some fight.


      I know first Derby is coming up in October, just watching this lot and I know Dyche will have them up for the game, but if we get off to the start we did against Villa, we could give them a Bournemouth/Utd style thrashing.
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      Reply #294: Sep 17, 2023 05:20:56 pm
      I know first Derby is coming up in October, just watching this lot and I know Dyche will have them up for the game, but if we get off to the start we did against Villa, we could give them a Bournemouth/Utd style thrashing.

      You could be right mate and I think it helps that it's at Anfield as well. If it was at Goodison then there's no way their fans would allow them to be this passive against us.

      Half time whistle just gone in the Arsenal/Everton game with it still goalless.
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      Reply #295: Sep 17, 2023 05:26:23 pm
      You could be right mate and I think it helps that it's at Anfield as well. If it was at Goodison then there's no way their fans would allow them to be this passive against us.

      Half time whistle just gone in the Arsenal/Everton game with it still goalless.

      Arsenal seemed to drop their tempo in the last ten and went back to pretty overpassing.

      Everton are still sh*t, if they get a draw they'll be lucky :laugh:
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      Reply #296: Sep 17, 2023 05:47:11 pm
      Arsenal seemed to drop their tempo in the last ten and went back to pretty overpassing.

      Everton are still sh*t, if they get a draw they'll be lucky :laugh:

      That's the Arteta way though innit?

      He really does believe he's Guardiola and that his teams can outpass anyone, when a lot of time it's just overplayed.
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      Reply #297: Sep 17, 2023 06:00:30 pm
      Arsenal in front.

      Everton back in the bottom three.
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      Reply #298: Sep 17, 2023 06:02:14 pm
      Arsenal in front.

      Everton back in the bottom three.

      It's been coming.

      Can see another round of boo's at full time.

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