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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    City have been without Rodri for 4 games and have not won a single game.

    United have been without their first choice back 4 for the whole season along with the midfield.

    United are 3 points behind City.

    There's only one bald genius in this city: The Great Erik Ten Hag.


    Keep looking up
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    Great results tonight 55555

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    ^ Not unpleased for Everton (I hate the Saudi government money, so will never support Newcastle in any game), but those West Ham bastards are bastards, and cheeky bastards at that - terrible run from the Tiny Tots (was always gonna happen); good manager though.



    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Klopp bullying people again.

    https://twitter.com/maxmufc7/status/1732544337039307248

    But not United so not splashed over every back page or spoken about for a week on Talkshite and Sky Sports.

    What a wanker smarty teeth is.

    He is a whinging wanker, t'is true.

    Has achieved a lot and been a great manager, but can be an utter twat (as here). His endless pain must be so much to suffer considering the millions he gets paid and the chance to manage one of the World's most famous football teams. Kunt...
    Cycling should be banned!!!

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    "Sources" say that Postecoglu has lost 50% of the dressing room.

    Is the job too big for Eddie Howe?

    Injuries are no excuse.


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    ^ I doubt it. He's liked and done well. Tottenham are playing good football and competing at the top end of the table; they're a few players away from being a top team, but they are playing better under him than other big manager signings in recent years. He'll stay, and The Yids will improve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    "Sources" say that Postecoglu has lost 50% of the dressing room.

    Is the job too big for Eddie Howe?

    Injuries are no excuse.


    So, Spurs are no better than Manchester United.
    People are just picking on us cos we're such a massive club.

    Boohooohoohoohoo



    What complete bollocks

    Honestly, a dozen differences could be easily listed but, really, why bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post

    why bother.
    Yeah, why bother?

    It's just another day of you - and other ABU wankers - being made to look a cnut.

    At least you must be used to it by now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    It's just another day of you - and other ABU wankers - being made to look a cnut.
    Yeah, right.

    Ruthlessly exposed by your footie know-how and emoticon use.


    You pathetic whining cvnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    ^ I doubt it. He's liked and done well. Tottenham are playing good football and competing at the top end of the table; they're a few players away from being a top team, but they are playing better under him than other big manager signings in recent years. He'll stay, and The Yids will improve.
    Don't be ridiculous.

    Every time they get a new manager their delusional fans are all "This is our year!" and every time they crash and burn and the cycle repeats itself.

    62 years and counting....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Yeah, why bother?

    It's just another day of you - and other ABU wankers - being made to look a cnut.

    At least you must be used to it by now.


    It's funny how you whiners are all "blah blah ABU" when in fact most of the ridicule is self inflicted and comes from your endless bollocks about what you were able to achieve when you had a decent manager.


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    Trouble at t'mill.

    Nottingham Forest captain Joe Worrall has been banished from first-team training, according to reports.

    The 26-year-old defender, who only signed a new deal at the City Ground in September, has been told to train on a different pitch from the rest of Steve Cooper's first-team squad.

    In fact, Worrall and his teammate Scott McKenna – another player that has been used sparingly this season – have been instructed to report for training at an alternative time to their senior colleagues.

    The reason behind Worrall and McKenna's dismissal is unknown but sources have told The Mail that their removal is not related to 'any behavioural issues or rows.'

    It is also said that both players can leave the Premier League outfit when the January window opens.

    Nottingham Forest have banished club captain Joe Worrall from first-team training



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    ^ Same virus they are struggling to eradicate at very old trafford?

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    Well give it to the tiny totts, they're still breaking records.



    Tottenham have become the first Premier League side to:

    • go five straight games without a win after going 1-0 up in the match
    • go three straight home games without a win after going 1-0 up in the match

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    Hardest game of the season so far for The Arsenal tonight.

    I wonder if Arteta will tweak something to beef up the midfield, or go for the usual 3 pronged attack.

    I can't see Palace getting anything off Liverpool.

    Luton against the Plastics will be interesting.

    I think that covers all the serious title challengers.
    The next post may be brought to you by my little bitch Spamdreth

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    Pretty much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Hardest game of the season so far for The Arsenal tonight.
    Maybe someone should do an 'Aston Villa' thread ?

    Anyone from Birmingham on TD ?

    A Gerd Muller goal for 1-0

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    Gillett reffing. Only one way that was going to go.

    Still, the Bournemouth result took the edge off


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    Yeah, you're still shit at trolling Helge.

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    Thanks, Harry

    And to something sport related:

    Fulham is being real nice to their home crowd.

    Another 5-0

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    All different goal scorers and assisters also.

    What's gone wrong at West Ham?

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    How the fuck can that ref only give a yellow for that?

    FFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    What's gone wrong at West Ham?
    Not spending ten times as much money as they have coming in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Not spending ten times as much money as they have coming in.
    And hiding it through a network of dodgy offshore accounts.

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    or state sponsorship deals that could never be financially justified by a real commercial organisation

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    So the Football Supporters Association recently did a poll of 10,000 supporters. Their findings are interesting and probably not surprising. 80% want to hear what is going on. Which will terrify Webb.

    VAR

    The FSA first asked about video referees in their 2017 survey, and there was widespread support of trials of video referees for game-changing decisions three-quarters (74.6%) of fans were in favour.

    Now that they have seen the system in action, only a quarter (26.8%) of fans said they were absolutely or somewhat in favour of it, compared with almost two-thirds (63.3%) who were against it.

    More than three-quarters of matchgoers (79.1%) and two-thirds of TV viewers (65.4%) rated their experience as either poor or very poor.


    Delays


    The delays to the game in terms of the length of time it takes to come to a VAR decision are a major negative factor an overwhelming majority (91.9%) agreed that decisions take too long to make.

    The lack of clarity around the process is also an issue four in five respondents (80%) said that fans should be able to hear discussions between the VAR and the on-pitch referee.

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