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  • "Ooooooh dear" was my favorite

  • This is amusing.

  • Odds on Ronaldo or Fernandes getting sent off???

  • How many more do Liverpool have to score to get Solskjaer sacked?

  • Def red. I thought Bruno fernadez was lucky not to get one. This is awful. Liverpool haven't even had to up it at all.
    Hope Kieta isn't badly injured

  • It was 68/1 for Pogba to be sent off at half time.

    Wish I was a gambling man.

  • Thought someone would get sent off but didn't expect a straight red. That was a thrashing.

  • Started to be very petulant why Fernandez was taken off

  • I hope Liverpool FC and their fans are proud of themselves. Ole gotta be out now and they might just get someone in who knows what he's doing and can organise a defence. Conte probably

  • That is the worry. Conte would be a good fit

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  • 10 years since the City humiliation, almost poetic.

  • A load of American Twitter people I follow that have never ever mentioned football in any way shape or form have reacted to the Man U result.

    Premier League is going to go thermonuclear

  • best moment yesterday was when tv cameras cut from a dour looking fergie to a rosy faced and laughing kenny dalglish

    summed up the day perfectly


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  • The Man U / Prince Andrew subset is "you don't win anything with kids"


    Police are investigating the display of the banner but seem otherwise uninterested in the accusations levelled at the regime...

  • Footy Q in the Dad's & Mums thread i'm sharing here incase anyone here can advise...­


  • Massive season defining game tonight. The League Cup could be our route into Europe for next year.

  • I forgot about the League Cup. That will explain why the Leeds team walked past me earlier.

  • Following from my earlier ramblings on Norwich City’s woes, this piece from Daniel Storey puts it in far more succinct terms as he looks at parachute payments and how teams can possibly bridge the gap between the haves and have-nots…­ch-city-championship-premier-league-rele­gation-1267112

  • He may have a point BUT why are Sheffield United so poor this season and why are Watford and Brentford appearing to cope well enough with the demands of the PL? I fear it is not as simple as our journalist friend makes out

  • Extremely quick response, but I think Sheffield United’s exceptionally good ‘first’ season is what ultimately undid them. They were never going to be able to replicate it and I also think an empty Bramall Lane didn’t help them at all - losing Henderson was a big blow, they picked up injuries having gone pretty much injury free the year before (something we totally failed to do!) and to top it all every striker seemingly got the yips.

    Brentford hit the ground running with that result against a lacklustre Arsenal side and carried on that momentum, but it’ll be interesting to see how it pans out from now on for them - I’d back them in two weeks at home against us, but it’s funny how quickly confidence drains after a run of games without a win in the top flight, and the matches don’t come as thick and fast at all compared to the Championship so it can be a long time to put things right.

    Watford are just a mad old club, not sure anyone can analyse them! I know they changed it up when they came to Carrow Road, but you could tell from the stands that they had a team of experienced pros and couldn’t help but wish we’d done similar in spending a bit more in picking up some players with experience of the top flight rather than unproven potential.

    Fair challenge though.

  • When did teams start celebrating any old penalty shoot out win like they'd won the world cup?

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