Premier League 2023-24

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Re: Premier League 2023-24

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Dislike cheering for Liverpool but it's all about the lesser evils at this stage of the season. :D

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:laugh: :laugh: I'm watching City-Arse (not impressed) and was struck by Ben White's complexion, so I googled it - it's all over social media!
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Serving up a stinker so far. The arse are happy to let city have the ball and play on the break. If they had a better finisher than Jesus, they might be ahead.
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Lost wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 9:59 pm Dislike cheering for Liverpool
:butt:

I could say the same for some of DM's comments regarding the rugby today.

On the Wendyball though, a City Arse draw could work well! :D :neener:
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dtaai-maai wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 11:23 pm was struck by Ben White's complexion, so I googled it - it's all over social media!
Late to the party there DM. He's been donning the 'Donald Trump' for a while now. :D

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Fk sake this game man. What a waste of time.
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Shame about the entertainment but the result is ok. Midweek games, City with the toughest vs Villa. Arse vs Luton, Liverpool vs Sheffield United.


West Ham vs Spurs to boot. :D

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United vs Chelsea too, but it's somewhat irrelevant that game.
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pharvey wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 11:30 pm On the Wendyball though, a City Arse draw could work well! :D :neener:
That'll do then....
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pharvey wrote: Mon Apr 01, 2024 12:41 am
pharvey wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 11:30 pm On the Wendyball though, a City Arse draw could work well! :D :neener:
That'll do then....
Would be a fitting end to Klopp's time at Liverpool tbh. One of the greats of the prem era. 'Tis painful watching the success of other teams, but...

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Lost wrote: Mon Apr 01, 2024 1:19 am Would be a fitting end to Klopp's time at Liverpool tbh. One of the greats of the prem era. 'Tis painful watching the success of other teams, but...
Would be nice, but there's some way to go - just good to see City not walking it and Manure suffering... Not being exactly an expert on the game, why (possibly) 5 English clubs qualifying for Europe? Is it a case of a different cup winner outside the Top Four?

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The Champions League is expanding to 36 clubs next season, an extra 4 clubs. This could mean an extra place for the Premiership team finishing 5th, but this depends on how well this years's English teams perform in the Champ League. And that has exhausted both my knowledge and my patience... :thumb:
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dtaai-maai wrote: Mon Apr 01, 2024 3:57 am The Champions League is expanding to 36 clubs next season, an extra 4 clubs. This could mean an extra place for the Premiership team finishing 5th, but this depends on how well this years's English teams perform in the Champ League. And that has exhausted both my knowledge and my patience... :thumb:
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Lost wrote: Mon Apr 01, 2024 1:19 amWould be a fitting end to Klopp's time at Liverpool tbh. One of the greats of the prem era. '
On trophies won, 5th ranked behind Fergie, Wenger, Guardiola and Mourinho, who has won 5 more trophies than Klopp (so far).
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Disappointing not to win, but a fair result and a draw away to West Ham isn't a bad outcome. With City beating Villa and Chelsea beating United, it's another point forward.

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Lost wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:13 am With City beating Villa and Chelsea beating United, it's another point forward.
You really need to have a little consideration for your elders (and betters). I thought I was having yet another senior moment as I was frantically wracking my brain trying to think of when these games took place...

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