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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:16:25 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:31:06 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:33:28 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:36:01 PM   
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Wow! I think our tag as the comeback kings has pretty much been confirmed now!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:40:07 PM   
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3-1 up or not that midfield needs sorting out pronto.

Starting with Giggs last week and Scholes this week is frankly fucking ridiculous.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:46:23 PM   
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3-1 up or not that midfield needs sorting out pronto.

Starting with Giggs last week and Scholes this week is frankly fucking ridiculous.

I concur. Anderson was excellent midweek against Gala, why didnt he start?

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:53:24 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 4:56:14 PM   
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I fucking hate Harry Redknapp so I'm hoping QPR get relegated just because of him.

But I wouldn't be surprised if he gets them out of it.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 5:01:05 PM   
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3-1 up or not that midfield needs sorting out pronto.

Starting with Giggs last week and Scholes this week is frankly fucking ridiculous.


I think Uniteds midfield is sorted.Unfortunetly the players capable of "sorting it" are sat on the bench ie Anderson,Cleverly and maybe even Powell.
edit: oh and that Japanese player who has somewhat vanished into thin air.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 7:40:41 PM   
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Kagawa is injured. Anderson flatters to deceive, for every good game he has he'll either have 2 bad games or get injured for 4 months. I need to see more of Powell and Cleverley I do like. He's not the most penetrative midfielder but he is neat and tidy which is what you need to keep midfield ticking over.

Players I don't want to see playing for United next season, Scholes (my all time favourite Utd player but enough is enough), Giggs (pretty much likewise), Young (), Nani () and Welbeck (just not good enough). I think we're alright up front and we've got players coming back in defence (plus Rafael playing out of his skin every week) but we do need a couple of wingers and a couple of midfielders. January would be nice.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 7:51:14 PM   
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Kagawa is injured. Anderson flatters to deceive, for every good game he has he'll either have 2 bad games or get injured for 4 months. I need to see more of Powell and Cleverley I do like. He's not the most penetrative midfielder but he is neat and tidy which is what you need to keep midfield ticking over.

Players I don't want to see playing for United next season, Scholes (my all time favourite Utd player but enough is enough), Giggs (pretty much likewise), Young (), Nani () and Welbeck (just not good enough). I think we're alright up front and we've got players coming back in defence (plus Rafael playing out of his skin every week) but we do need a couple of wingers and a couple of midfielders. January would be nice.


Fergie doesn't really buy in January though does he?
I still think Welbeck has the potential to be at United,but he will be a gradual progressing player,much in the same vein as Hernandez.
Scholes,Giggs yep its time for these legends to hang up there boots.Young and Nani are possibly two of the most inconsistent wingers in the game and at a challenging club as United i'm really not sure you can afford to have such inconsistencies,but im all but certain Ferguson wont get rid of Young just yet.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 8:02:08 PM   
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Welbeck will be playing at Sunderland, West Ham or Villa in two years time. Guaranteed.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 8:12:14 PM   
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quote:

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Kagawa is injured. Anderson flatters to deceive, for every good game he has he'll either have 2 bad games or get injured for 4 months. I need to see more of Powell and Cleverley I do like. He's not the most penetrative midfielder but he is neat and tidy which is what you need to keep midfield ticking over.

Players I don't want to see playing for United next season, Scholes (my all time favourite Utd player but enough is enough), Giggs (pretty much likewise), Young (), Nani () and Welbeck (just not good enough). I think we're alright up front and we've got players coming back in defence (plus Rafael playing out of his skin every week) but we do need a couple of wingers and a couple of midfielders. January would be nice.


Fergie doesn't really buy in January though does he?
I still think Welbeck has the potential to be at United,but he will be a gradual progressing player,much in the same vein as Hernandez.
Scholes,Giggs yep its time for these legends to hang up there boots.Young and Nani are possibly two of the most inconsistent wingers in the game and at a challenging club as United i'm really not sure you can afford to have such inconsistencies,but im all but certain Ferguson wont get rid of Young just yet.


I still don't see what Fergie saw in Young when he bought him. And Wellbeck is about as useful as a pair of tits on a boar. Seriously he may be cut out for England (along with Young) but NOT for like you say a club as challenging as United.


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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/11/2012 8:19:26 PM   
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Aston Villa got a combined total of £40m in transfer fees for Downing and Young that summer. Amazing.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 25/11/2012 4:50:06 PM   
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What a poor game! I was looking forward to it the whole day, i shouldn't of tried really. That said i'd settle for a draw

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 25/11/2012 4:56:57 PM   
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edit: Finished 0-0.
To be fair neither team deserved to win let alone score a goal.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 28/11/2012 10:53:30 PM   
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LOL at Bale's own goal!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 28/11/2012 11:14:26 PM   
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Quite surprised we didn't score more, that said it was a solid win. At least this time we scored the first goal AND kept a clean sheet. Not forgetting the fastest opening goal in the prem this season by RVP (sorry Theo!). Oh and still top.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 28/11/2012 11:37:26 PM   
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That's what happens when you drop Shane Long and screw over my FF team. Don't do it again Clarkie.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 29/11/2012 12:27:25 AM   
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Clattenburg back in the PL making shit decisions. Justice had indeed been served.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 29/11/2012 1:24:02 PM   
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Clattenburg back in the PL making shit decisions. Justice had indeed been served.


You're entitled to your opinion about Clattenburg's performance last night (personally I reckon he got the two crucial decisions spot on) but any chance you could cllarify the point of your second sentence (assuming there is one)?

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 1/12/2012 11:23:27 PM   
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Bale is really turning into a complete knob lately.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 2/12/2012 12:20:30 AM   
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Bale is really turning into a complete knob lately.


Was nice to see the cheating little twat get booked for diving.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 2/12/2012 10:21:44 AM   
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Bale is really turning into a complete knob lately.


Was nice to see the cheating little twat get booked for diving.


I think he's been booked for diving three times already this season.

Watching the Reading vs United game last night and,cor blimey,does McAnuff go down easily.
Its not just the 'big teams' that have serial-divers its also spread out throughout the league,which is a shame.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 3/12/2012 9:10:18 AM   
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quote:

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Bale is really turning into a complete knob lately.


Was nice to see the cheating little twat get booked for diving.



Aye pity the ref didn't see it when he dived against us in the World Cup Qualifiers At least he'll fit in at Real Madrid with all the divers they have...

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/12/2012 3:12:17 PM   
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Has anyone else read the Martin Samuel piece aimed at Joey Barton?

Just so The Daily Mail don't get anymore revenue from the clicks I'll post the article below. Disgusting piece.

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Could just one footballer please come out and be gay, so everybody can be really cool about it and the sport can get on with its life? Just one, it’s not much to ask surely?
Football is beginning to sound a little desperate with its pleading. Rugby, cricket, they’ve all had their gay watershed moment.

And until football does, too, it will continue to be presumed that the sport has not evolved enough to handle male homosexuality.
(Hope Powell, the manager of England’s women, has been openly gay for years, without comment, yet that does not seem to count.)
The gay pressure group, Stonewall, has called again for football to tackle its ‘culture of fear’, while Anders Lindegaard, the Manchester United goalkeeper, has said that football needs a ‘gay hero’.
So here’s a thought. Joey Barton continues his quest for intellectual and social respectability. Why not come out as gay?

Instant credibility, instant respect, untouchable by the Football Association or future employers. His past misdeeds mentally reprocessed and explained.
‘Well, of course he put his cigar out in that bloke’s face, Gary. He was a tortured soul, forced to live a lie.’
And imagine the new material. A never-ending treasure trove for Barton’s Twitter feed: Alexander the Great, Leonardo da Vinci, Oscar Wilde, Lady Bunny.
And, let’s face it, with that new accent, he’s probably halfway there.


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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/12/2012 3:29:49 PM   
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What an odd piece.

Obviously with no subjects to base a study on we can't be sure, but I'm willing to go out on a limb and suggest that sexual orientation has a negligible effect on footballing ability. I couldn't really give two hoots about the colour, ethnicity, sexual orientation or anything about a player as long as they perform on the pitch and don't make an absolute cock of themselves off it.

And surely Barton is yesterday's news. Consigned to France where he seems to have picked up quite the accent and is happy.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/12/2012 3:55:38 PM   
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A very odd piece...

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/12/2012 3:57:25 PM   
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Martin Samuel is a twat. I hate it when he's on Sunday Supplement.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/12/2012 8:49:49 PM   
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Martin Samuel is a twat. I hate it when he's on Sunday Supplement.


It's the way he always sounds like he is eating when talking. Even worse when you're listening to the podcast (why do I do it to myself?)

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