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View PostHmanHunt, on 26 October 2011 - 10:42 AM, said:


Dont give up on Arsenal yet, and the Trophy looks like Man City's at the moment

yah, it always looks like someone elses cup before december.  but after january, united and chelsea start making their push while everyone else falls off.

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Manchester United holds a 1-0 lead over Fulham courtesy of a Wayne Rooney goal at about the 41st minute.
Game is being played on ESPN2. It's halftime currently.

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A thread rises from the dead!   When Tottenham Hotspur has been at their best they've been better than I ever could have hoped this season.   They've been struggling of late, but the schedule is favorable for them to finish 3rd though.   I think a champions league spot is likely, but I really want to finish above Arsenal! hah.   At least Chelsea is 5 points behind them and Spurs don't play any of the top 5 teams anymore this season.

ManU probably wins another title this year.   Man City will get their chance as their matchup is at City....but I anticipate a draw and ManU title.

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The United vs City match will be awesome that's for sure.

We've taken a 3 point lead with this win. 73 to City's 70.

But yeah man, Tottenham's been rolling. Best of luck to them going forward. :cheers:

Don't know what you think, but LULZ at Liverpool being 7th in the league (at 42 points) right now.

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Good day for both our clubs and neither are playing today, hah.   Sunderland was leading Man City 3-1 at the Etihad, but City came back to get the draw.   Still, United could be 5 pts up if they handle their business on Monday.

Also Arsenal lost to QPR :trollface: .   If Spurs beat Swansea tomorrow they'll be tied for 3rd with an easier schedule the rest of the way than the Gooners.

Do you have any preferences as far as relegation goes? I was a Mick McCarthy fan, so even though I like Wolves I don't mind seeing that team collapse after firing Mick, heh.   Out of those in danger I'd pick QPR to go back down to the championship as well.   The other will probably be one of Bolton, Wigan, or Blackburn.   I respect all those coaches/teams so I won't be happy to see any of them go.   I guess if Blackburn goes down they'd probably sell Yakuba so we won't have to miss seeing that beast on the pitch, hah.

Oh and I agree with you about Liverpool.  I wanted to like them now that the Red Sox own the team, but they're just a completely unlikeable squad.    I like Gerrard, Reina, and Glen Johnson.   Those literally might be the only three on the entire team.

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I hope City beats the crap out of United today.

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oh yea, Posted Image you rooney

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Rooney is indeed a d-bag, no doubt about that.

When I visited Manchester last May, Van der Saar, Berbatov and most of the other players all came around and shook the fans hands, signed autographs, etc. But no, not d-bag Rooney.

That all being said, dude is the best in the world right now.

Oh, and the :trollface: is strong with you today GR. City indeed, lol.
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I pull for Liverpool.  So ManU is not exactly my favorite team by any stretch

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The Blues will take the match and win the BPL. Since Tevez started playing again they score about every 20 mins. Tevez + Aguero + David Silva = goals

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View PostGoldenRebel, on 30 April 2012 - 01:13 PM, said:

I pull for Liverpool.  So ManU is not exactly my favorite team by any stretch
Well I'll be damned. You learn something new everyday.
So what are your thoughts on ole Kenny?

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View PostMeo Stansbury, on 30 April 2012 - 01:14 PM, said:

The Blues will take the match and win the BPL. Since Tevez started playing again they score about every 20 mins. Tevez + Aguero + David Silva = goals
*shakes head in amazement*

What the hell? KDeo now opining on a football(int'l) thread? Wow......
Didn't know you much kept up with EPL football KDeo.

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View PostFCN!dawg, on 30 April 2012 - 01:17 PM, said:

Well I'll be damned. You learn something new everyday.
So what are your thoughts on ole Kenny?

I don't follow it that closely these days, but I'm glad to have him back.  Had a rough year though

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View PostFCN!dawg, on 30 April 2012 - 01:19 PM, said:

*shakes head in amazement*

What the hell? KDeo now opining on a football(int'l) thread? Wow......
Didn't know you much kept up with EPL football KDeo.

I enjoy and am entertained by most sports. BPL provides a lot of drama and entertainment throughout the year. I always liked Tevez (even though he has been a huge bitch this year) and hopped on the City bandwagon when they brought him on.

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