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 Post subject: Re: 2013-14 EPL Season
 Post Posted: Thu Aug 22, 2013 12:01 pm 
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Arsenals management is like the girl that wont put out... i mean yeah its great she will let you go up her shirt every night, but she'd be damned if its going any further. (Chelsea's management is like hooking up with a hot chick, hitting it on the first night, then waking up with crabs)


I shudder to think what type of girl Hull City is. I'm guessing that they look a fair bit like their manager, though.


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Hawkspur wrote:
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Arsenals management is like the girl that wont put out... i mean yeah its great she will let you go up her shirt every night, but she'd be damned if its going any further. (Chelsea's management is like hooking up with a hot chick, hitting it on the first night, then waking up with crabs)


I shudder to think what type of girl Hull City is. I'm guessing that they look a fair bit like their manager, though.


you've seriously got something against Hull City, or maybe it's just their manager.


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I really disliked Phil Brown last time around, probably irrationally, but Bruce takes it to another level. Being an Arsenal fan you'll be familiar with a good whingey post-match interview, but Arsene has nothing on Steve 'I'm not one to vomplain about the referee, but...' Bruce. Every single time they lose.

Drives me nuts.


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I really disliked Phil Brown last time around, probably irrationally, but Bruce takes it to another level. Being an Arsenal fan you'll be familiar with a good whingey post-match interview, but Arsene has nothing on Steve 'I'm not one to vomplain about the referee, but...' Bruce. Every single time they lose.

Drives me nuts.


Hull city is like those desperate nights where you sneak off to the ugly neighbors house after drinking... And she gets pregnant. Now you're stuck with an ugly girl as n ugly kid and don't want anyone to know....

Liverpool is that hot girl you marry young.... Then she stops putting out... Like for good. Maybe an occassional back rub that gets your hopes up but eventually goes nowhere. but you never lose hope that she may again one day. (and you can't quite shake the feeling she's cheating on you)


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Uncle Si wrote:
Hawkspur wrote:
I really disliked Phil Brown last time around, probably irrationally, but Bruce takes it to another level. Being an Arsenal fan you'll be familiar with a good whingey post-match interview, but Arsene has nothing on Steve 'I'm not one to vomplain about the referee, but...' Bruce. Every single time they lose.

Drives me nuts.


Hull city is like those desperate nights where you sneak off to the ugly neighbors house after drinking... And she gets pregnant. Now you're stuck with an ugly girl as n ugly kid and don't want anyone to know....

Liverpool is that hot girl you marry young.... Then she stops putting out... Like for good. Maybe an occassional back rub that gets your hopes up but eventually goes nowhere. but you never lose hope that she may again one day. (and you can't quite shake the feeling she's cheating on you)


And according to Wenger, Arsenal is like the guy that tries to ask out a hot girl, but she chooses someone else.


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Good result for Arsenal today. Can be tough to win those wee rivalry games like that.

Thought Liverpool played very well in the first half and not so well in the second. Second half Villa closed down better and kept possession better, Liverpool couldn't find a way through. Henderson just isn't cutting it. When Suarez comes back, I reckon Henderson will drop to the bench with Coutinho tucking in behind the front three of Sturridge, Suarez and Aspas. Then Gerrard and Lucas behind him.

Anyway, good to have maximum points going into this United match next week. I reckon we can out-muscle them in the middle of the park easy enough, but RVP is always a danger, and we can't rely on Mignolet being Superman forever.

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Overslept and missed the majority of Arsenal's win over Fulham. I did manage to catch the last 30 minutes. What I saw was a bit encouraging, Arsenal didn't seemed phased by any of Fulham's attacks, they were unfortunate to concede, but I saw that coming when Berbatov got in the box with Bent standing far post. Podolski was very good today going in attack and defended when he was needed, and Giroud continued his fine goal scoring form to start this season(3 in 3, 11 overall counting the preseason), also I never realized it but a DM article pointed out that all of Olivier's EPL goals for Arsenal have come in London. Hopefully the club makes a signing, or 2-3, by next Sunday in time for the NLD, probably will be boosted by Koscielny's return from suspension.

One other side note, some Fulham fans might've been pissed off at BT Sport because this would be the view they had of the match:
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I then watched Sunderland vs Southampton, I think the Black Cats got lucky they left St Mary's Stadium with a draw as the Saints were well worth 3 points and it was amazing it took them till the 89th minute to finally score their only goal.

I also caught the Liverpool match and I think everyone can agree that Liverpool probably should be calling themselves lucky for the 2nd week in a row, last week with that last minute penalty save preserved the win over Stoke, and that entire 2nd half this week where it almost felt like Villa scoring would've been a given. The Reds did deserve the 3 points with how they held off the Villains in the 2nd half, but they probably would've accepted the draw if they had failed to do that.


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I wouldn't say 'lucky'. We scored a goal and defended well enough not to concede both weeks. Of course I'd like to see us score more and be more dominant, but that will come in time. I'm happy with maximum points so far to start the league.

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I wouldn't say 'lucky'. We scored a goal and defended well enough not to concede both weeks. Of course I'd like to see us score more and be more dominant, but that will come in time. I'm happy with maximum points so far to start the league.


Liverpool did good enough to get the wins against Villa and Stoke, but if not for some good fortune(big saves by Mignolet), they'd have 2 points and not 6.


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Liverpool wins and Everton draws, (again) great footballing day. Mingolet looking like a value at 9 million, Toure also a steal.


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Good goalkeeping isn't lucky... And to say Mignolet saved two points against Stoke is ignorant to Begovics 13 saves.

Hard fought three points for the Reds. Not a pretty win but one we hadn't seen off in a few years to be honest.

Let's get a player in here! Would live to add a winger or cm right as Suarez returns


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Uncle Si wrote:
Good goalkeeping isn't lucky... And to say Mignolet saved two points against Stoke is ignorant to Begovics 13 saves.

Hard fought three points for the Reds. Not a pretty win but one we hadn't seen off in a few years to be honest.

Let's get a player in here! Would live to add a winger or cm right as Suarez returns


Well that Benteke strike(more like rocket) looked like it should've gone in but it appeared Toure got the slightest of slight touches with his toe and took enough pace off it to give Mignolet a chance to save it.


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Gatehawk wrote:
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Good goalkeeping isn't lucky... And to say Mignolet saved two points against Stoke is ignorant to Begovics 13 saves.

Hard fought three points for the Reds. Not a pretty win but one we hadn't seen off in a few years to be honest.

Let's get a player in here! Would live to add a winger or cm right as Suarez returns


Well that Benteke strike(more like rocket) looked like it should've gone in but it appeared Toure got the slightest of slight touches with his toe and took enough pace off it to give Mignolet a chance to save it.


Stop worrying about our keeper, and worry about your average one.

I think Liverpool needs a quality wide player and a quality CB to rest Agger and Toure, so we don't run them into the ground. Anything additional in the window would be icing on the cake.


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Stop worrying about our keeper, and worry about your average one.

I think Liverpool needs a quality wide player and a quality CB to rest Agger and Toure, so we don't run them into the ground. Anything additional in the window would be icing on the cake.


You mean the one who made a quickfire double save on Taraabt and Duff? I constantly say that Szczesny is one of the best clutch keepers in the EPL, his problem is that he has a bad habit of becoming complacent without a challenge to push him. Saying Wojciech is average is kind of a foolish statement.


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Its all luck except when Arsenal do it...


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Uncle Si wrote:
Its all luck except when Arsenal do it...


Did I say that? No, I didn't.


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Gatehawk wrote:
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Its all luck except when Arsenal do it...


Did I say that? No, I didn't.


lol.


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4 goals conceded in 2 games.


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4 goals conceded in 2 games.


2 from the PK spot(technically), 1 off a rebound he couldn't do much about and a breakaway goal.


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4 goals conceded in 2 games.


2 from the PK spot(technically), 1 off a rebound he couldn't do much about and a breakaway goal.


Cool story bro.


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The referee in the Spurs match isn't very consistent. He calls a free kick when there should've been a penalty and a penalty when there's a dive.


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CARDIFF!!!!

Also, Spurs do look decent so far, but I reckon have been kinda fortunate to collect all the points in those matches. Still, that's what you need in this league, and Liverpool have had a fair wee bit so far, too.

Anyway, Man City....gonna have some problems this season. I'm curious to see what happens tomorrow night, because I though Chelsea looked rough against Villa, and if United look rough against Chelsea, then this league is literally anyone's.

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We're still on for 114 points Peaches. 2 1-0 penalty wins isn't particularly convincing, but Spurs have been easily the better side in both. The penalty today I thought was a tad soft but legit. Townsend went over easy but Shelvey unnecessarily thrust his knee into his leg as he went past, which was a pretty bonehead move.

Ha ha City! Long may that continue.


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Gate - I doubt Swansea would selk, but Arsenal should try to buy Vorm. Fulham was pretty wasteful yesterday but Carzola had them in knots.


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Gate - I doubt Swansea would selk, but Arsenal should try to buy Vorm. Fulham was pretty wasteful yesterday but Carzola had them in knots.


What I got after finally watching the whole match was that Cazorla had Fulham thinking down was up, up was down, left was Nebraska and right was Singapore. Ramsey again was impressive for the 2nd game in a row. Podolski again proved how dangerous he is, especially when he disappears, he makes opponents forget he's out there, then pops up and unleashes that left footed shot and the results was both goals he scored, the first of which could've decapitated Brede Hangeland(or KO'd him). And then Giroud again keeps proving that another striker shouldn't be the main priority for Arsenal. I know everyone wants Arsenal to buy a proven goal scorer, I do to, but Arsenal have to reinforce other positions, mainly CB, before they go elsewhere. Vorm might be a good signing if Arsenal were to go and get him, that would be #2 on my priority list if I was Wenger. Another striker would be #3 and I wouldn't mind if it ends up being someone to use as a back up for Giroud, cause Olivier continues to improve with each game and I'd rather see a rotating starting striker set up than a starting striker and one that is either only used when the game is decided or when the starter shouldn't be subbed off is subbed off.


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We're still on for 114 points Peaches. 2 1-0 penalty wins isn't particularly convincing, but Spurs have been easily the better side in both. The penalty today I thought was a tad soft but legit. Townsend went over easy but Shelvey unnecessarily thrust his knee into his leg as he went past, which was a pretty bonehead move.

Ha ha City! Long may that continue.


I don't think anyone felt that penalty decision was a penalty. I mean how is this a penalty?
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Shelvy almost looks likes he's trying to avoid Townsend, who was looking for contact to go down to. Everyone would've been more at ease if the referee made the correct call on that decision in the first half.


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I didnt think it was a penalty. However, Shelvey's put himself in a bad spot (as he did in the 1st half) and let Spurs and the ref take advantage of him.

Why is he late moving into that space?

i dont know about "more at ease"... Spurs had a fairly obvious pen denied in the first. Such is the game.


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Cardiff took their chances very well against City. City's defense is absolutely atrocious and there is no way they can compete for a title with such defense.

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Cardiff took their chances very well against City. City's defense is absolutely atrocious and there is no way they can compete for a title with such defense.


Still plenty of time to sort it out. This is common when there's a manager/philosophy change, it can take the midfield and defense a while to get used to the new system. City will be just fine, and will fight it out with Chelsea for the title this year. The rest of us will battle for the 3rd and 4th spots.

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I didnt think it was a penalty. However, Shelvey's put himself in a bad spot (as he did in the 1st half) and let Spurs and the ref take advantage of him.

Why is he late moving into that space?

i dont know about "more at ease"... Spurs had a fairly obvious pen denied in the first. Such is the game.


I mean people wouldn't be debating the penalty calls if the ref had made them correctly.


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No strikers on the pitch to start for Chelsea tonight. i LOVE Mourinho. He just loves to dick everyone else around. You know this has already put Moyes on tilt for this match. Lol.

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I didnt think it was a penalty. However, Shelvey's put himself in a bad spot (as he did in the 1st half) and let Spurs and the ref take advantage of him.

Why is he late moving into that space?

i dont know about "more at ease"... Spurs had a fairly obvious pen denied in the first. Such is the game.


I mean people wouldn't be debating the penalty calls if the ref had made them correctly.


refs perception. Shelvey makes contact with him. Lines flag went up, ref blew the whistle. What you think about it matters little. Ref saw it, made the call. having you pop animated gifs up to exclaim your disagreement doesnt mean you're right.


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What a load of pish from United and Chelsea. Shite.

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Can I appeal to get the last 2 hours of my life back?


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Agreed. Such is life in the prem with mourinho back


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Can't help but fancy Liverpool to nick this one on Sunday. United's build-up play has been shite so far this season, they just try to funnel everything to RVP and let him score. I fancy 3-1, with Coutinho, Sturridge and maybe Gerrard to score. Liverpool should handle the middle of the park and give their fullbacks fits all game.

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Agreed. Such is life in the prem with mourinho back


That match was a prime example of why most American's think soccer is boring.


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Can't help but fancy Liverpool to nick this one on Sunday. United's build-up play has been shite so far this season, they just try to funnel everything to RVP and let him score. I fancy 3-1, with Coutinho, Sturridge and maybe Gerrard to score. Liverpool should handle the middle of the park and give their fullbacks fits all game.


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Can't help but fancy Liverpool to nick this one on Sunday. United's build-up play has been shite so far this season, they just try to funnel everything to RVP and let him score. I fancy 3-1, with Coutinho, Sturridge and maybe Gerrard to score. Liverpool should handle the middle of the park and give their fullbacks fits all game.


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Can't help but fancy Liverpool to nick this one on Sunday. United's build-up play has been shite so far this season, they just try to funnel everything to RVP and let him score. I fancy 3-1, with Coutinho, Sturridge and maybe Gerrard to score. Liverpool should handle the middle of the park and give their fullbacks fits all game.


Lol


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Here's a question - what ever happened to Connor Wickham?

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Here's a question - what ever happened to Connor Wickham?


According to wikipedia, he's on loan at Sheffield Wednesday.


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Man. I remember a few years ago I and many other Liverpool fans REALLY wanted Liverpool to sign him. He was dubbed as 'The next Alan Shearer'. turns out they were wrong.

Here, i'll tell you what though, Jordan Ibe looks like the real deal. Another fantastic youth signing by liverpool.

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25 minutes passed in the CL match before Arsenal hit the death blow on Fenerbahce with the goal by Ramsey. And unfortunately Podolski has been carried off with an apparent hamstring injury.


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peachesenregalia wrote:
Man. I remember a few years ago I and many other Liverpool fans REALLY wanted Liverpool to sign him. He was dubbed as 'The next Alan Shearer'. turns out they were wrong.

Here, i'll tell you what though, Jordan Ibe looks like the real deal. Another fantastic youth signing by liverpool.


I was delighted when Spurs signed John Bostock...


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Bloody Liverpool. No reason that should ever have gone to extra time. Now Toure looks seriously hurt, Cissokho's picked up a knock and the whole team will be knackered unnecessarily. Life as a Liverpool fan is never easy, I'll tell you.

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 Post subject: Re: 2013-14 EPL Season
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I can only imagine how embarrassing it could've been for Liverpool if they blew a 2 goal lead and were knocked out of the League Cup to Notts County of all teams.


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-14 EPL Season
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About as embarrassing as any of the other humiliations we've suffered over the years.

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 Post subject: Re: 2013-14 EPL Season
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Lukas Podolski looks to be out with the hamstring injury for up to 3-5 weeks, which is just fan-flipin-tastic.


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