EPL 18/19



  • @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @MajorRage lance Armstrong?

    Totally different conversation that, but am certainly in the pro-Lance group.



  • @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @MajorRage lance Armstrong?

    Totally different conversation that, but am certainly in the pro-Lance group.

    Me too. But I feel the conversations are pretty similar.



  • @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @MajorRage lance Armstrong?

    Totally different conversation that, but am certainly in the pro-Lance group.

    Me too. But I feel the conversations are pretty similar.

    I'll give you that they are related. But not similar.

    I don't have respect for Lance for taking a load of drugs to win what he did. Ferguson / Waugh and their ilk have certainly crossed lines (or bent, at least) in their pursuit of victory, but they were never guilty of the types of things that Armstrong did.



  • @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    @Hooroo said in EPL 18/19:

    @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @Hooroo said in EPL 18/19:

    @KiwiPie said in EPL 18/19:

    @Cyclops said in EPL 18/19:

    @Hooroo

    And Arsenal and Chelsea both have Huddersfield and Man City in the next 2 rounds. Will be a good way to see how the two teams compare and which has the upper hand in the race for fourth.

    Big decision for Emery on whether he wants to focus on the race for fourth or Europa and attempt the Chelsea route to the champions league.

    Right now I reckon United has the upper hand for 4th spot .....

    All the Schadenfreude around Man U is long forgotten.

    I think you are right. Hard to dislike them with Ole in charge. He is so inoffensive.

    speak for yourself

    I was. Put him in charge of Spurs and see how inoffensive I find him then 🙂

    How do you find Pochettino then? I find him pretty inoffensive.

    I actually quite like Man U, and it's was disappoiting to see them struggle under Mourinho, somebody who I also like. Reason being is that in my firs stint in London, was peak Ferguson. And there was something about Ferguson which I really admired, and at that time really wanted to see in the AB's (this was 00-04, so peak AB WC failure).

    That unbelievable drive and desire to not give a fuck about absolutely anybody, anything and any obstacle in your say to succeed. It's a quality I still admire in anybody who I see it in.

    To be quite honest, I don't despise Spurs like I 'should'. Poch is fine. In saying that, I don't want them winning anything either.

    Most of my Facebook mates are Either Spurs or Scouser supporters so I am quite happy for them both to win Jack



  • Citeh beat Everton 2-0 in the Prem this morning to go top of the table

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  • Liverpool win 3-0, and with City playing Chelsea, there was a chance Liverpool could take back control of the race.

    So of course i check the result this morning and City have fucking hammered Chelsea in a really ominous win.

    Seriously, Liverpool are going to take 90+ points and lose the title. City are ridiculous.



  • @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    Liverpool win 3-0, and with City playing Chelsea, there was a chance Liverpool could take back control of the race.

    So of course i check the result this morning and City have fucking hammered Chelsea in a really ominous win.

    Seriously, Liverpool are going to take 90+ points and lose the title. City are ridiculous.

    @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    Liverpool win 3-0, and with City playing Chelsea, there was a chance Liverpool could take back control of the race.

    So of course i check the result this morning and City have fucking hammered Chelsea in a really ominous win.

    Seriously, Liverpool are going to take 90+ points and lose the title. City are ridiculous.

    I suspect you are right.

    6 nil is nuts. Chelsea are in a massive rut at the moment, but still shouldn’t lose by 6



  • @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    Liverpool win 3-0, and with City playing Chelsea, there was a chance Liverpool could take back control of the race.

    So of course i check the result this morning and City have fucking hammered Chelsea in a really ominous win.

    Seriously, Liverpool are going to take 90+ points and lose the title. City are ridiculous.

    It would be nice if someone had pumped ÂŁ1.3bn in Liverpool over the last decade. You just can't compete with that sort of cash.



  • So on Sunday Liverpool have to go to Old Trafford while City pump Chelsea again at Wembley. Lose that (and it is not as enticing a fixture as when JM was in charge) and Liverpool and City are level on points and games.



  • @KiwiPie said in EPL 18/19:

    So on Sunday Liverpool have to go to Old Trafford while City pump Chelsea again at Wembley. Lose that (and it is not as enticing a fixture as when JM was in charge) and Liverpool and City are level on points and games.

    The damage was done when we couldn't beat West Ham. Hopefully we'll have Gini back in the middle.



  • Man City! Wow!

    2-1 down with ten men away at Shalke at the 85 minute mark and they are now 2-3 up in the 90th!



  • @Hooroo said in EPL 18/19:

    Man City! Wow!

    2-1 down with ten men away at Shalke at the 85 minute mark and they are now 2-3 up in the 90th!

    Two goals in five minutes to win the leg. What was the defence doing?



  • Chelsea appear to be fucked for the foreseeable future



  • It’ll be a long time .... Klopp, Guardiola snd to a lesser extent Pochettino have built squads that can’t be beaten to the title in quick fashion.

    We either stick with Sarri or give the next bloke 4 years.



  • @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    It’ll be a long time .... Klopp, Guardiola snd to a lesser extent Pochettino have built squads that can’t be beaten to the title in quick fashion.

    We either stick with Sarri or give the next bloke 4 years.

    Until you give him a chance to assemble his own squad it's a wasted year to fire him now.



  • @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    It’ll be a long time .... Klopp, Guardiola snd to a lesser extent Pochettino have built squads that can’t be beaten to the title in quick fashion.

    We either stick with Sarri or give the next bloke 4 years.

    Old squad, no transfers, stars possibly out. Coach maybe sacked. Who would they get to take the job?



  • @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    It’ll be a long time .... Klopp, Guardiola snd to a lesser extent Pochettino have built squads that can’t be beaten to the title in quick fashion.

    We either stick with Sarri or give the next bloke 4 years.

    Old squad, no transfers, stars possibly out. Coach maybe sacked. Who would they get to take the job?

    I don't think a club like Chelsea will go for a young up and comer. At least not yet. They won't be satisfied without a reasonably big name



  • @canefan said in EPL 18/19:

    @mariner4life said in EPL 18/19:

    @MajorRage said in EPL 18/19:

    It’ll be a long time .... Klopp, Guardiola snd to a lesser extent Pochettino have built squads that can’t be beaten to the title in quick fashion.

    We either stick with Sarri or give the next bloke 4 years.

    Old squad, no transfers, stars possibly out. Coach maybe sacked. Who would they get to take the job?

    I don't think a club like Chelsea will go for a young up and comer. At least not yet. They won't be satisfied without a reasonably big name

    That doesn't answer, who would take a hopeless job with an owner barred from the country with a history of sacking managers? When you can't even transfer in players to suit your style?



  • Also I am convinced we'll lose to Man U this weekend.

    Because the last 25-odd years have proven the natural order is liverpool don't win, and Man U are fucking cunts



  • Liverpool can't score at Manure. Finishes 0-0. Liverpool just one point ahead of City in the EPL table now.


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