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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 5/11/2012 9:57:52 PM   
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Well done Steve Clarke and West Brom. I just didn't get much urgency from Southampton. I know they are new to the PL and are up against more experience and quality, but they have to commit like each game is their last (particularly as they played a weakened Capital One team last week).

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 6:22:08 PM   
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He might be a cock, but I do think he's a class player. Good to see Stephen Ireland back on form. And really pleased this is starting to come together for Lambert. Fergie warming the hair dryer up you'd expect.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 6:36:38 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 6:41:08 PM   
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United's defence has gone walk about.

Villa well worth their lead right now.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 6:50:59 PM   
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Uniteds defence has been walk-about all season.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 6:52:43 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 6:54:54 PM   
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That shut the Villans up!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 7:16:38 PM   
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HERNNAAAAAAAAANNDEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 7:22:54 PM   
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2-3 FT

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 7:24:59 PM   
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Bunch of losers. Go get relegated and die in a sewer Villa.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 7:28:40 PM   
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How many has Hernandez scored now?
I think United look more threatening with him and RVP up front,but what about Rooney?

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 7:55:01 PM   
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How many has Hernandez scored now?
I think United look more threatening with him and RVP up front,but what about Rooney?


If memory serves, 7 in 6 outings. I like Hernandez, in a world of false number 9s he's an old fashioned give me the ball in the penalty area and I'll find the back of the net. RvP so unlucky not to get the goal from 30 yards out.

Pleased to see Giroud coming into form. And still think that Berbatov for 5M was one of the buys of the closed season.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 10/11/2012 11:39:26 PM   
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LOL. What a joke of a yellow card for Danny Rose. Ref should be fined a week's wages for that.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 11/11/2012 9:19:54 AM   
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LOL. What a joke of a yellow card for Danny Rose. Ref should be fined a week's wages for that.

Lallana too getting a shocking one against him...then should've been sent off later on for the same thing if the ref was consistent. There's obviously a directive from Mike Riley or whoever to go after diving but it's so far just led some poor decisions. Not every coming together is a foul, not every stumble is a dive.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 11/11/2012 12:04:50 PM   
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The Danny Rose one was ridiculous. Though as he plays for sunderland I couldn't give a flying fuck


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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 11/11/2012 1:15:00 PM   
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predictions for Todays PL games:

Man City 2 v Tottenham 0
Tevez,Kolarov

Newcastle 2 v West Ham 1
Ben Arfa,Demba Ba
Nolan

Chelsea 3 v Liverpool 1
Torres,Mata.Oscar
Gerrard

Edit: spurs are rubbish.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 11/11/2012 3:52:39 PM   
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Would you not have been betting on a last minute winner for Dzeko. He's a machine. How many games have Spurs won / lost without Dembele now? Can't believe AVB doesn't see that without him the defense need to be better protected and should sit deeper.

Good call on Nolan so far. This is the kind of game Newcastle need to in if they are to push on from last season.

I think Suarez will get a brace in the final game of the day and Liverpool will beat Chelsea 2-1. Oscar to score for Chelsea (who I'm starting to think they should just play as their front man).

EDIT: Now I know why Oscar isn't playing as the front man Should have at least made Jones work for that.

Goal for JT. Just before the corner the camera was on him and I commented that he looked like he was well up for this one. Sticks it away. Awful defending. And I'll eat the brim of my hat as Mikel has distributed a couple of balls well so far. I'll take my hat back, Mikel just watches Carragher at the corner to allow the equaliser.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 12/11/2012 11:17:26 AM   
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Quite interesting that David Platt is busy pointing out that Edin Dzeko is not a super sub when quite obviously this is how Man City deploy him in the majority of games. And the same for Hernandez at Utd.

We've had super subs before, Fairclough or Ronny Rosenthal both spring to mind. And I wondered if its such a bad thing. I guess no footballer sets out to not be in the starting XI, but is it so bad being the guy your team turns to when they need a goal? Being the player that the manager turns to when he needs something a bit extra or the one the supporters are chanting to bring on if they need a goal in the last 10 minutes?

As it becomes more common to have big squads, I wonder if having plan B warming up is such a bad thing. I'm pretty sure that in baseball, for example, being the pitcher who is brought on because he can close out a game is looked on as being a real specialty that is vital for the team.

Again, I know he wouldn't go there, but imo the last 10 minutes of the Chelsea v. Liverpool game yesterday, Andy Carroll is on the bench and you have a different dynamic as Liverpool were pushing forward for the winner.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 16/11/2012 4:13:27 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 16/11/2012 4:22:05 PM   
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City are on a 36 game unbeaten run at home and are at home against Villa who they've taken more points off at home in the PL than anyone else.

So this should be a walk over, particularly if Balotelli has a point to prove. But I do like Lambert. He's a big job on at Villa with a young squad, but I think there is progress. I don't think they'll beat City, but I could see them making life uncomfortable for them. If I were Villa I'd be trying to test the goalie early on and see if that England performance has tested his confidence.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 4:32:59 PM   
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Absolutely ridiculous penalty for City; the linesman needs to be strung up by his balls.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 4:46:13 PM   
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Villa need some serious investment in the next few years.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 4:47:05 PM   
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After today's result, Tevez + Michu + de Guzman + Cazorla all being in my FF team = good times

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 4:55:05 PM   
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blimey Chelsea lost.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 5:00:21 PM   
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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 5:10:30 PM   
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"This team will never again be involved in a relegation fight whilst I'm in charge" - Mark Hughes.


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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 5:22:02 PM   
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blimey Chelsea lost.


So its now a two horse race between City and United right? I wouldn't call it that just yet. Both of us are bound to lose more points and Chelsea will be in the mix methinks.

As for the rest of the games; Spurs unlucky to go 10 men down (but Adebayor rightly sent off) as before that they were well on top.

Villa also unlucky. Would they have still lost regardless of that aweful penalty decison? Probably but you could see that penalty sucked the life out of them. Bastard.

Well done Reading for beating a strong Everton side and same goes for Liverpool for beating a poor Wigan side.

QPR got their just deserts - Mark Hughes has lost the plot.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 17/11/2012 7:46:12 PM   
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We're you watching Trapp???

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 18/11/2012 4:20:36 PM   
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Been browsing through a few football forums (for my sins) and I find it amusing how opinions vary from one week to the next.
And I think,surprisingly for the amount of silverware that there team wins,that Manchester Uniteds fans are possibly the most pessimistic,grumpy,ignorant people about.
Yes they had a rubbish result yesterday but one point from top,qaulified through to the CL knockout stages (easy group mind) and they will most likely compete for the FA Cup again this year.

And yet if you'll listen to these "supporters" (Manchester United and there supporters seem to be anything but 'united' at this moment) then you'll think they're on course of administration.

And then I checked on the Chelsea board,and not surprisingly it was just as bad.

I know football has its emotions but turning into idiocy shouldn't be one of them.

And this time next week United may be on top of the PL again ie United have a home game against world beaters QPR.While Man City battle it out with Chelsea at Stamford bridge.

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RE: Premier League 2012-2013 Results & Discussion - 18/11/2012 4:35:28 PM   
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Idiots spouting rubbish on the internet aren't representative of most fans though - I glance at a couple of Newcastle ones from time to time and half the fuckwits mouthing off on them don't even go to the match.

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