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Barclays Premier League Thread [2011/12]

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Post by Seabass » 6 years ago

:lol great to see Man City screw up their title chances yesterday. Don't like to see Man United win it, but at least it's not a team who's had to rely on spending shit loads of money... Er.... yeah. :?

But yeah, great goal from Arteta. Definitely one of the buys of the season.


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Post by Will » 6 years ago

Great game - must say I feared a 0-0 draw as we couldn't seem to get the ball in the net, no matter what! But Mikel Arteta, that strike was as sexy as his hair 8-)
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Post by Seabass » 6 years ago

It was a great goal. Well deserved for Arsenal. You must have been screaming when that goal went in!! ;)

Also Spurs have just lost at home to Norwich. You must be screaming at that result too!!! :lol:
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Post by Mike » 6 years ago

Seabass wrote:It was a great goal. Well deserved for Arsenal. You must have been screaming when that goal went in!! ;)

Also Spurs have just lost at home to Norwich. You must be screaming at that result too!!! :lol:
Well actually, I was too busy doing the Poznan. ;)

The Spurs result wasn't too bad either. Amazing performance from Norwich who, if the referee was doing his job properly, could have won the game by more. Newcastle have also closed the gap now, too. Should be a very interesting end to this year's Premier League campaign.
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Post by Will » 6 years ago

Norwich are now level on points with Liverpool as well... Absolutely shocking!
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Fabresass wrote:Norwich are now level on points with Liverpool as well... Absolutely shocking!
And yet Dalglish's job is still safe, apparently. If it were any other manager, then he'd have been sacked a long time ago. Just ask Roy Hodgson!

I hope Liverpool realise what they're doing, thinking with their hearts rather than their heads.
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What a game today at Old Trafford! Great comeback from Everton - the title race is exciting yet again :D I'd still rather United won it than City, but will be interesting to see what happens now...
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What a game, I don't exactly know what to say. Next week's derby is going to be huge. Can't wait for it! :great:

... although it would be funny to see Wolves beat City today and make everything irrelevant again. ;)
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Post by Mike » 6 years ago

Great game. Glad I stuck with it and watched it all the way through.

City 1-0 up at Molineux right now, so as things stand, Wolves will be relegated tonight.

Next Monday's derby should be quite good! 8-)
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Post by Seabass » 6 years ago

Finished 2-0. Wolves are down and the title race is well and truly back on.

Next Monday's winner will surely go on and win the league - unless this season has anymore surprises for us?! :oops: :great:

Liverpool also lost today, again. Funny to see Roy Hodgson come back and get 3 points at Anfield. I wonder how long Dalglish has left at Liverpool...
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Seabass wrote:Finished 2-0. Wolves are down and the title race is well and truly back on.

Next Monday's winner will surely go on and win the league - unless this season has anymore surprises for us?! :oops: :great:

Liverpool also lost today, again. Funny to see Roy Hodgson come back and get 3 points at Anfield. I wonder how long Dalglish has left at Liverpool...
Bring back Rafael Benitez! :D

Forget about the top 2 :P > If Newcastle manage to win their next game, they'll be level on points with Arsenal, but we'll remain 3rd via goal difference. Both Tot & Chels can close in the gap as well by winning their matches
Good thing is though, Chelsea still have Liverpool and Newcastle to play, so they may drop points there.

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Liverpool should never have got rid of him. If they thought times were tough back then, why do they think Dalglish will help improve things for them?

I can't get my head round it. If they're not careful, they could finish in the bottom 10! :oops:
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Post by GradeACallum » 6 years ago

Completely agree, Dalglish has done nothing for Liverpool other than put a big dent in their bank balance on over rated players. It doesn't surprise me that they are where they are.

I'm completely disappointed in Man Utd for not holding on to a 4-2 lead at home. We really are doing it the hard way this year. Fingers crossed we can draw or better on Monday to give us a chance of taking this 20th title.
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Post by Seabass » 6 years ago

So we're almost here.... the Manchester derby. Definitely the biggest derby I've ever seen between the two teams.

Shame it's on Monday though.. I don't want to wait the whole weekend to watch it. It's going to be such a great game! ;)

Score predictions anyone?
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Post by Rage06 » 6 years ago

Going for a 2-2

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