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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 18/12/2012 6:28:19 AM   
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Well hopefully Fellaini gets the book thrown at him today after Saturday. He's always been a dirty little shit.


Could have done a lot worse. Could have broken the guy's leg.




maybe this incident was devised by that wily old fox Moyesy in an attempt to deter buyers in January? No one wants to buy a player who could be out til the end of February, it's genius.

Also, surely a headbutt isn't worth a longer ban than multiple counts of racist abuse, to give an example? Barton's ban was only as long as it was because it was multiple instances of 'violent conduct' (the initial red card, the kick on Aguero, the headbutt on Kompany = three counts of violent conduct = three four match bans). A four game ban for Fellaini would have been best, though three matches isn't really *too* much of a miscarriage of justice.


Would've done me - a three match ban means he's back for the game against us. Fuck.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 29/12/2012 11:32:33 PM   
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Great to see Clattenburg's brand of refereeing back in the PL.

Defoe has been spending too much time around Bale.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 30/12/2012 12:06:13 AM   
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That Nasri fellow seems like such a nice guy...

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 30/12/2012 12:45:53 AM   
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Great performance by Walcott today, really endearing interview too, very collected, very modest. Well done that young man.

"Who cares how we win games and the goals we concede if we still end up winning the match."

Well you should remember for starters young suddenly very amazing Theo that the PL title last season was settled by a solitary goal.....

Seriously football players should just stop talking. It would make the game a lot more interesting.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 30/12/2012 1:35:20 AM   
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That Nasri fellow seems like such a nice guy...


That's what happens when you move to Manchester.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 30/12/2012 2:51:48 AM   
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Great performance by Walcott today, really endearing interview too, very collected, very modest. Well done that young man.

"Who cares how we win games and the goals we concede if we still end up winning the match."

Well you should remember for starters young suddenly very amazing Theo that the PL title last season was settled by a solitary goal.....

Seriously football players should just stop talking. It would make the game a lot more interesting.


Walcott was brilliant, he can say what he wants - I'd happily concede three every week if my team scored seven.
As for us - I can't help but be reminded of rule number one from the Idiots Guide to Running a Football Club: Have a good season - strengthen your squad. You stupid arrogant cunts. We're gonna get fucking relegated again.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 1/1/2013 3:56:09 PM   
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WE'VE SCORED!!!

Never thought I'd see the day, 16-1 over four games. Come on Villa!

Jokes aside, we're very fortunate to be where we are at half-time. From the sounds of it, Swansea could easily be three up before the break. We're the worst side in the league at the moment, without question. The lack of experienced heads and a manager that seems to be getting it all wrong tactically surely means that we'll need to bolster our squad this January (if anyone will want to play for us)

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 1/1/2013 4:44:20 PM   
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And again ;-)

I really like Lambert, I hope he can keep Villa up and has time to work there.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 1/1/2013 4:52:35 PM   
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spoke to soon.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 1/1/2013 11:33:02 PM   
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Another classic Clattenburg performance.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 2/1/2013 2:08:33 AM   
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Really pleased with the teams performance today, but then Wigan didn't put up much of a fight did they? Still great to get a clean sheet two games in a row now which is very surprising! and that first goal by RvP was a beaut. Robin Van Perfect.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 3/1/2013 12:37:30 PM   
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I think I've fallen for the wide-boy charm of 'Arry and I want QPR to stay up now. How is this possible? Could they not go back to having Colin in charge or Mark Hughes?

Also. If Big Sam thinks that Joe Cole is the answer. I really, truly do not want to know what question he's been asking himself.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 3/1/2013 1:28:36 PM   
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I think I've fallen for the wide-boy charm of 'Arry and I want QPR to stay up now. How is this possible? Could they not go back to having Colin in charge or Mark Hughes?




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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 3/1/2013 1:50:55 PM   
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Why always me?

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Mario Balotelli and Roberto Mancini in 'training ground bust-up'

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli appears to have been involved in a training ground bust-up with manager Roberto Mancini.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 3/1/2013 2:10:29 PM   
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Surely Mancini is just helping with the bib, in case this happens again http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erI5dG3_R5E

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 3/1/2013 2:15:44 PM   
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Why always me?

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Mario Balotelli and Roberto Mancini in 'training ground bust-up'

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli appears to have been involved in a training ground bust-up with manager Roberto Mancini.



He'll never play for Man City again.........,oh who am I kidding, he'll probably end up as club captain.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 4/1/2013 9:19:56 AM   
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Lol two nutters that seserve each other!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/1/2013 4:11:31 PM   
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C'MON YOU CHERRIES!!!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 12:15:50 PM   
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Todays predictions.

Man Utd 1 Liverpool 1

Evans
Suarez

Arsenal 0 Man City 3

Tevez
Kompany
Lescott

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 2:27:25 PM   
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Should really be more for United at the minute,both Welbeck and RVP have had great chances.
But as its still 1-0 Liverpool always have a chance,even if the game is very nervy at the moment.

edit:Evra 2-0

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 3:00:28 PM   
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I hope your prediction for the Arsenal game is as accurate as your prediction for the Utd/Liverpool game - we've got a good record against City and their away form hasn't been the best, but it's still City so I'm scared.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 3:28:05 PM   
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Despite United playing like a non-league side in the second half they still remain top.
Now can City keep up,I think they can.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 3:31:23 PM   
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I hope your prediction for the Arsenal game is as accurate as your prediction for the Utd/Liverpool game - we've got a good record against City and their away form hasn't been the best, but it's still City so I'm scared.


My money is on Arsenal to win.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 3:45:50 PM   
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So a tale of two halves. To be honest we should've been two or three goals up before half time, were it not for the indiscretions of the useless Welbeck. I do not see what SAF see's in him, really. Liverpool had a right go at it in the 2nd half but by then it was too little too late. For all the talk about Suarez tearing up our defence...well I know who i'd pick between the two top strikers right now!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 5:24:04 PM   
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Don't really see why Liverpool didn't start Sturridge and Suarez, they had nothing to lose and a lot to gain.

Sending off hasn't helped Arsenal's cause, but they look quite insipid today.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 10:22:49 PM   
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Linesman Tells Joleon Lescott To Thank Fans Who've Paid 62 for ticket LINK

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 11:06:02 PM   
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To be fair, it was Arsenal charging those prices and it was Arsenal who were absolute gash.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 11:11:31 PM   
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To be fair, it was Arsenal charging those prices and it was Arsenal who were absolute gash.


Nobody this week seems to have mentioned that Man City charged Arsenal's away fans 56 when we played them earlier this season (and they were pretty mediocre in that game). Arsenal's ticket prices are ludicrous, but they're hardly unique in the PL.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 13/1/2013 11:15:54 PM   
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To be fair, it was Arsenal charging those prices and it was Arsenal who were absolute gash.


Nobody this week seems to have mentioned that Man City charged Arsenal's away fans 56 when we played them earlier this season (and they were pretty mediocre in that game). Arsenal's ticket prices are ludicrous, but they're hardly unique in the PL.


The difference is Man City buy top players for top money and pay top wages, while having the most expensive tickets in the country (possibly the world?) Arsenal buy players out of the bargain bucket and argue over every .

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 14/1/2013 12:23:12 AM   
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So a tale of two halves. To be honest we should've been two or three goals up before half time, were it not for the indiscretions of the useless Welbeck. I do not see what SAF see's in him, really. Liverpool had a right go at it in the 2nd half but by then it was too little too late. For all the talk about Suarez tearing up our defence...well I know who i'd pick between the two top strikers right now!


Suarez didnt have his best game tbf. I thought you'd win 3 - 1 at a cruise, but felt even though you are by far the better side due to Liverpool's decline, we kept you honest, especially in the second half and had it not been for some wasteful finishing from Sturridge, we may have grabbed something out of the game. Oh well roll on the next match.

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