Premier League 2020-21

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give_us_a_wave

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That'll do nicely. Plus the first leg of my acca goes in thanks to both teams scoring. Fingers crossed for the rest.
 

fitz

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****ing Newcastle

Surviving only because there always seem to be (unbelieveably) at least 3 teams worse than them every year & they manage to put together some sort of desperate run at the arse end of every season to stick around for no apparent reason for another shit season.

They are Coventry in my youth, Wigan in the 2000s, Sunderland lots of times. Truly a waste of space & time.

****ing love them right this minute though.

( DON'T...****ING...CHUCK IT !!! )

I'd love to see Newcastle hanging on each season for away game purposes. Brighton n Southampton n that can **** right off.
 

fitz

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And if you can't get a ticket in the away end (or don't like heights), it's always easy to get a ticket in the rest of the ground.

I can get them cheaper eslewhere as I've got contacts within NUFC. But after taking my ma and 5 year old back in 2015/16 I'd not risk again. Surprised my ma didn't get us beaten up.
 

M17TT C

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Now they have their ESL riches they can afford to do what they like.
 

M17TT C

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Also think this is a distraction move too to try and get people talking about something else other than the ESL.
 

M17TT C

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Ha, we just said the same in our office.
Going by the comments on the BBC article there are a lot of comments suggesting he has been sacked for refusing to take training today after the ESL announcement.

If that is true, it could be a massive start of things to come.
 

tedfoxxx

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Going by the comments on the BBC article there are a lot of comments suggesting he has been sacked for refusing to take training today after the ESL announcement.

If that is true, it could be a massive start of things to come.
It’s the football night of the long knives!
 

pork pie fox

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Going by the comments on the BBC article there are a lot of comments suggesting he has been sacked for refusing to take training today after the ESL announcement.

If that is true, it could be a massive start of things to come.
I've seen that. Not sure if I believe it, but would be massive if true.
 
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1Manchester City3580
2Manchester Utd3470
3Chelsea3564
4Leicester3563
5West Ham Utd3558
6Liverpool3457
7Tottenham 3556
8Everton3455
9Arsenal3552
10Leeds Utd3550
11Aston Villa3448
12Wolves3545
13Palace3441
14Burnley3539
15Newcastle Utd3539
16Brighton3537
17Southampton3437
18Fulham3527
19West Brom3526
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