Discussion in 'Football' started by Blaarev, Jun 28, 2017.
Newcastle would be a good bet I think.
Well...Man City are officially the new Man Utd. The torch has been passed. Ref adds on just enough time for them to grab the winner.
I really think Stoke are in trouble this year, agree that Swansea are nailed on though
I can see Swansea being like Luton and Oxford from the 80's. Arrived in the top flight, were flavour of the month for a while, won the league cup and then fell away again.
....and Northampton from the 60's
Big Sam has walked into the biggest piece of piss job in football.
They don’t want him long term and he knows it. An 18 month contract allows him to do the piss easy job of saying he kept them up. They can appoint someone they want in the summer and he’ll get a nice payoff. Everyone’s a winner.
Spot on. Which is why I really REALLY hope they go down. Won't happen obviously but I can dream.
Did I just see Shakey in an Everton track suit? What's occurred?
What's occurred? Joe_Fox missed the news and about a week of speculation - that's what!
Interesting read about 'fair play': https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2017/dec/02/fa-respect-campaign-fair-play?CMP=share_btn_tw
With Dyche doing an impersonation of a penguin after every decision yesterday, he's obviously not concerned about retaining the title.
Moss is at it again. Fecking useless lump of lard.
Man Utd fan gets a letter from the club for not arriving early enough:
Bit of a kick in the nuts if you ask me, the guy has shown a lot of loyalty travelling from Devon every other week.
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