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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Finally...a win,,,


:lol: and richly deserved, Fulham were absolutely woeful.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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:lol: and richly deserved, Fulham were absolutely woeful.


I saw them smash Burnley 4-2 back on 26/8 and not a win in the EPL since.


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Finally...a win...

And another Wolverhampton Wanderers (0) Huddersfield Town (2), couple of decent strikes from Mooy

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Mooy is catching form for Asian cup,cant wait!& Manchester City are the club to beat this year,even without De-Bruyne they are a force.


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Mooy is catching form for Asian cup,cant wait!& Manchester City are the club to beat this year,even without De-Bruyne they are a force.



It's a little early to start getting excited about Mooy's form, he just scored a couple of goals - his first all season.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Son soft for the penalty. Dier a fool for nearly starting a riot and should have been booked earlier for the foul on Torreira.


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Son soft for the penalty. Dier a fool for nearly starting a riot and should have been booked earlier for the foul on Torreira.


Soft penalty, but Holding made the ref's job a lot easier by sliding in on his muscat when he didn't need to. Dier is entitled to celebrate on the pitch, but Liechsteiner is not entitled to grab his shirt from off the pitch, so it's a bit of a mystery why Dier got booked when and Arsenal bench player started the ruckus.

It was always going to be tough for Spurs with only one of their preferred back four able to start and even he hadn't played for weeks. Now he gets another week off courtesy of a dumb handball and a poor decision by the ref for a perfectly good tackle. How officials expect a player to take the ball and then just stop is beyond me, when he went to ground and got his foot on the ball Lacazette was at least a metre away, it's not even a foul.

Shame he didn't send Aurier off, he's toilet.

End of, it was an entertaining game and the better team on the day won.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Just watched the late game, how lucky were Liverpool? The Toffees must be spewing.

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The only thing better than smashing Everton is beating them luckily and in injury time. :D

Didn't watch the game mind you but enjoying the result.

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Bomber will be pleased.


The only thing better than smashing Everton is beating them luckily and in injury time. :D

Didn't watch the game mind you but enjoying the result.

I watched it, Polska Bomboff.

I lingered on Optus after the brilliant Arsenal job on Not Nice Cyril’s mob.

Very late and very lucky, but I gotta concede Klopp Klippity Klopp must be a good motivator & sounds highly intelligent in the media.

It will be interesting to see if Arsenal can catch Liverpool on the table, but doubt any Club can catch the ManCity trillionaires.


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Happy dayz! Great result from the boys and deserved the victory based our performance overall. How good is Torreria?? What a pick up and at his age his best years are still ahead of him. Aubu cant stop scoring!! IMO Rambo should be offered a contract, doesnt deserve what he is asking for but we should put a take it or leave offer on the table. His introduction at ht changed the game, he bossed it 2nd half. Did Harry play?? The big Greek keep him under raps with a dominant performance.

Off to Jose and his team this Wednesday, back up with another performance like last night and we should come away happy

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Sad that these incidents happen , i don't know what it has to do with football.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footb ... eague.html


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Con M wrote:
Son soft for the penalty. Dier a fool for nearly starting a riot and should have been booked earlier for the foul on Torreira.


Maybe Son just slipped on a banana skin


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Son soft for the penalty. Dier a fool for nearly starting a riot and should have been booked earlier for the foul on Torreira.


Maybe Son just slipped on a banana skin


A gentle caress is all it takes for them to go down these days, I had to work a lot harder with my wife. :wink:

But you should ask questions of Holding. Why go to ground when Son was wide of the goal, near the byline and there was another defender nearby?

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Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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ozzie owl wrote:
Sad that these incidents happen , i don't know what it has to do with football.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footb ... eague.html



Never happens at Hillsborough.

I hope (If it's even true) that palace got their heads kicked in.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Bomber wrote:
Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Good to see Chelsea take action of the incident with Sterling.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46514300


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Bomber wrote:
Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Good to see Chelsea take action of the incident with Sterling.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46514300


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Bomber wrote:
Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



EPL Odds now:

Man City 1.33
LFC 3.60
Spurs 36.00
Chelsea 61.00
Arsenal 101.00


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Bomber wrote:
Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Put money on LFC yet Bomber?


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Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Put money on LFC yet Bomber?


No, they'll start losing if I do.

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Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Put money on LFC yet Bomber?


No, they'll start losing if I do.




$100 it is then!

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$100 it is then!


Who are you supporting this week?

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ozzie owl wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Good to see Chelsea take action of the incident with Sterling.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46514300


Chelsea fans at it again .

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... eague.html


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ozzie owl wrote:
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Just a quick thanks to Chelsea for their efforts on the weekend.



Good to see Chelsea take action of the incident with Sterling.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/46514300


Chelsea fans at it again .

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... eague.html


Hopefully common sense will prevail and the blokes are allowed back. No proof of racism at all.

When will spurs be punished for their anti semetic chanting?

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God is an Englishman wrote:
Hopefully common sense will prevail and the blokes are allowed back. No proof of racism at all.

When will spurs be punished for their anti semetic chanting?


The slightly bizarre thing about this is that Spurs fans don't see being called Yids as an insult, we associate positively with the word, despite very few of us actually being Jewish.

The gas chamber hissing stuff however, whilst it has only historical significance for a non Jew like me, is poor form for those who lost relatives in the Holocaust.

And it's semitic. Use your spell checker if you can't spell. :wink:

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God is an Englishman wrote:
Hopefully common sense will prevail and the blokes are allowed back. No proof of racism at all.

When will spurs be punished for their anti semetic chanting?


The slightly bizarre thing about this is that Spurs fans don't see being called Yids as an insult, we associate positively with the word, despite very few of us actually being Jewish.

The gas chamber hissing stuff however, whilst it has only historical significance for a non Jew like me, is poor form for those who lost relatives in the Holocaust.

And it's semitic. Use your spell checker if you can't spell. :wink:


Its rather humerous that GIAE finds being called a pom racist, but what Sterling copped was ok. :wink:

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Bomber wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Hopefully common sense will prevail and the blokes are allowed back. No proof of racism at all.

When will spurs be punished for their anti semetic chanting?


The slightly bizarre thing about this is that Spurs fans don't see being called Yids as an insult, we associate positively with the word, despite very few of us actually being Jewish.

The gas chamber hissing stuff however, whilst it has only historical significance for a non Jew like me, is poor form for those who lost relatives in the Holocaust.

And it's semitic. Use your spell checker if you can't spell. :wink:


Its rather humerous that GIAE finds being called a pom racist, but what Sterling copped was ok. :wink:


Can you prove what Sterling was called was racist?

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