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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:37:48 PM   
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Fuck me! SOUTHAMPTON 2-1 UP AGAINST THE CHAMPIONS!! (Champions my arse!)

Not for long! Two crackers from Southampton...that boy Lambert can play

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:44:45 PM   
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Whatever happens in this game, I am very very impressed with Southampton indeed!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:46:25 PM   
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Oh bummer! But still, really cracking game!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:47:16 PM   
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3-2 cracker. Thought. I might be a bit tepid for the PL after Olympics, but found room to love them both

Wonder how many Football Ramble listeners simultaneously said " Ricky Lambert celebrate" after the Saint's first.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:48:14 PM   
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And it had to be that twat Nasri god I hate him..

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:51:11 PM   
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meh,Man city were always going to win.
The positive for the opposition is they aren't all-that defending wise.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 5:57:37 PM   
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And it had to be that twat Nasri god I hate him..

One of the best in the PL for me beautiful to watch. Quiet last season, would love him to have more presence this season. Great finish and MotM performance

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 7:04:48 PM   
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And it had to be that twat Nasri god I hate him..

One of the best in the PL for me beautiful to watch. Quiet last season, would love him to have more presence this season. Great finish and MotM performance


What was that message on his shirt? Eid Mubarrak? Seeing as it is Eid today - i'll let him off



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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 19/8/2012 10:59:28 PM   
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Ouch...that doesnae look good for Aguero


Seconded, that was nasty. Knee appeared to twist in and then back out, it's easy to be cynical at first but his hand went up straight away and despite a real attempt to get back on it's feet it wasn't happening.


Best player in the PL IMO. Hope he's not out for too long. Utd could consider themselves unlucky with injuries last season (Fletcher, Vidic, Cleverly, etc.) they may feel some justice if the coin falls the other side this season, but I want to see the two teams at full strength fighting it out.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 20/8/2012 9:03:04 AM   
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Loved seeing Liverpool getting battered, AVB starting ouit at Spurs where he left off at Chelsea and Arsenal drawing... not a bad first weekend.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 20/8/2012 9:23:07 PM   
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Goodson park is rocking, great game so far.....bring on RVP, as he is known.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 20/8/2012 9:57:22 PM   
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True story - a friend of mine works for the chairman of a PL team and they're not allowed to wear red.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 20/8/2012 10:03:43 PM   
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Pleased to see Everton get off to a good start. I hope for once they can have two good halves in a season.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 20/8/2012 10:13:11 PM   
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Difficult opening game for United against a very resolute Everton team. Some good points to take - De Gea was absolutely brilliant, a totally different player from the one who started last season. I'd preferred to have seen RvP make his debut at Old Trafford, but what the heck, at least he got some playing time. This is by no means a disaster but some of the players need to pull their socks up (yes, i'm talking to you Nani!). I think we'll need a few games more until we get our rythm going, especially with new players in the team.

But well done Everton!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 21/8/2012 12:50:03 AM   
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Man U are already in a relegation dogfight with Liverpool, sack Fergie, sack Rodgers, sack the lot of them!!!!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 21/8/2012 9:03:53 AM   
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Yep that's Utd's season over... I can't see them coming back from this...

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 21/8/2012 11:33:16 AM   
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Cracking game last night I thought. Goodison was rocking, Everton were dangerous and defended quite heroically when they needed to. As for Utd, despite them maintaining good possession they looked surprisingly lacklustre for most of the game. A lot of the players seemed off the pace.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 21/8/2012 1:32:17 PM   
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Cracking game last night I thought. Goodison was rocking, Everton were dangerous and defended quite heroically when they needed to. As for Utd, despite them maintaining good possession they looked surprisingly lacklustre for most of the game. A lot of the players seemed off the pace.


They thing I do not understand about them is, they'll put in a heroic performance like last night, but whenever they face Liverpool they roll over, or deconstruct. I'd like to see them put in a similar performance against them, if they did they'd win against any team not just United. United and City can expect to get this sort of difficult game against a lot of team's this season, as they see it as a big scalp to take.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 21/8/2012 3:24:52 PM   
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Cracking game last night I thought. Goodison was rocking, Everton were dangerous and defended quite heroically when they needed to. As for Utd, despite them maintaining good possession they looked surprisingly lacklustre for most of the game. A lot of the players seemed off the pace.


They thing I do not understand about them is, they'll put in a heroic performance like last night, but whenever they face Liverpool they roll over, or deconstruct. I'd like to see them put in a similar performance against them, if they did they'd win against any team not just United. United and City can expect to get this sort of difficult game against a lot of team's this season, as they see it as a big scalp to take.






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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 21/8/2012 6:20:02 PM   
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Cracking game last night I thought. Goodison was rocking, Everton were dangerous and defended quite heroically when they needed to. As for Utd, despite them maintaining good possession they looked surprisingly lacklustre for most of the game. A lot of the players seemed off the pace.

They thing I do not understand about them is, they'll put in a heroic performance like last night, but whenever they face Liverpool they roll over, or deconstruct. I'd like to see them put in a similar performance against them, if they did they'd win against any team not just United. United and City can expect to get this sort of difficult game against a lot of team's this season, as they see it as a big scalp to take.

We nearly always bugger up against Liverpool. I don't know whether it's because we try to change our style against them or what but we regularly get blasted off the park.

That said, it's not just against Manchester Utd that we raise our game. In the run-in last season (against the top ten league finishers), we drew with Manchester Utd 4-4, beat Manchester City 1v0, Tottenham 1-0, Chelsea 2-0, Newcastle 3-1, Fulham 4-0 and West Brom 2-0. We only lost to Arsenal 0-1 (in a game we deserved something from) and Liverpool 0-3 (where we completely capitulated)!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 22/8/2012 8:19:54 PM   
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Unbelievable! The European Champions are being put to the sword by READING!!!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 22/8/2012 8:43:43 PM   
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Am I the only one not THAT surprised? Maybe it’s my eternal pessimism but much like the game against Wigan early bombastic but we start to dwindle and the opposition drive at us…

Cech has a moment of wtf something that happens a lot more than I think people realise and Torres looks off the pace…Terry is doing his job but…not to keep going on and on about it but seriously if we want to win the League or in fact anything this Season we need to improve our defence or at least get a better minder for them.

Hazard looks dangerous when we have the ball.

Still it’s this sort of scenario (even though it’s only the 2nd game) where Di Matteo has to prove himself or he’ll be out of the job a lot quicker than even I anticipate.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 22/8/2012 9:11:26 PM   
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How has Terry not been booked yet?

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 22/8/2012 9:40:22 PM   
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Why did I take Ivanovic out of my Fantasy Team before the start of the season!!? Bugger.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 23/8/2012 4:40:32 PM   
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I am liking Hazard....!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 23/8/2012 4:42:24 PM   
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Hazard is kicking arse already - looks a superb signing. I get the feeling the Reading match will be a sign of things to come this season for Chelsea, scoring and shipping tons of goals!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/8/2012 4:26:55 PM   
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Steven Fletcher £12 million???

Matt Jarvis £11 million???



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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/8/2012 4:55:16 PM   
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perhaps Solbakken has got incriminating photographs of MON and Big Sam. it's the only explanation.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 24/8/2012 4:58:23 PM   
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To be fair, Jarvis for £10.75m is infinitely less baffling than Downing for £20m. Fletcher has been massively overvalued by Sunderland though, especially since the fee could rise to £14m and there's probably a sell-on clause too.

Not that I mind, like

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 25/8/2012 12:47:04 PM   
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Todays PL Predictions.


Swansea 2 v West Ham 1

Aston Villa 0 v Everton 2
Man Utd 1 v Fulham 1
Norwich 1 v QPR 2
Southampton 2 v Wigan 0
Sunderland 1 v Reading 2
Tottenham 3 v West Brom 2

Chelsea 4 v Newcastle 2

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