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  • #32257 Score: 0
    newbalance
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    Well, the Premier League is back,

    For maybe one or two of us, it’s been quite a long wait.

    Man City have the chance to close gap to 1 point when they face Newcastle at St James’ Park. I can only see a handsome Man City win and their Goal Difference increasing.

    Rafa I’m sure would like to lend a helping hand, but he just doesn’t have the players.

    As for us, some freshness after our long break away. Lovren is back and is likely to be ahead of Matip. I think with Van Dijk, TAA and Robertson will make the back 4. Shaquiri may start to pair up with Henderson and Fabinho, and then of course, you’ll have the front 3. We can’t take Leicester lightly, and we must solely focus on ensuring 3 points.

    United have a chance to further their run of wins in succession when they face Burnley at Old Trafford.

    Easy win for Spurs I say facing Watford. The Gunners meanwhile should be able to thrash Cardiff.

    Interesting few days lie ahead.

    #32262 Score: 0
    Chucky McChuckface
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    Don’t know where you get an easy when for Spuds from, cyber chum!! We couldn’t score in a brothel right now, and Watfoirjd are just going to sit back and hit us on the counter like all the other mid-table sides this season (with the noted exception of Pool & City).

    Sneaky 1-0 to Watforjd is written all over this! (Probably scored in the 7th minute and 10 men behind the ball for 83 minutes….)

    #32264 Score: 0

    Oz Yob
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    Confident the lads will get the job done at Anfield, Iā€™m going for 3-1 to us. I reckon Spurs Watford will be closer than you think too but c$ty will destroy Newcastle. Just looking forward to seeing us in action again.

    #32268 Score: 0

    nine nine nine
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    466 pts

    Can only see wins for both City and Liverpool comfortable wins for United and Arsenal a tricky away trip for Chelsea and a low scoring win for Spurs

    #32286 Score: 0
    maverick1973
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    A very tricky one for United too,Burnley always make it hard to beat for us.

    #32299 Score: 0

    Adlab
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    https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/liverpool-legend-says-man-city-13919725

    What an arsehole.

    Pin this up for Peps team talk. Why do people use insults? Ans..Inadequate

    #32312 Score: 0

    nine nine nine
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    466 pts

    There’s pundits then there’s John Aldridge!šŸ˜Š

    #32314 Score: 0
    newbalance
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    Adlab,

    I certainly don’t think of Man City in that way, and my reckoning is that there’s mutual respect and liking between the two clubs. Pep has spoken highly of Klopp, and so there’s no need for Aldridge to behave like this.

    Probably best for this left in isolation and ignored mate. That’s why these days, I don’t pay too much attention to pundits and the media circus.

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    gjblues
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    Aldridge, a CF with limited ability, actually got lucky himself, playing in that great Liverpool team in the eighties – absolute tosser. Good scoring record but my Gran could have scored with the likes of Houghton, Barnes, Molby, Beardsley, McMahon, et al supplying the ammo.
    Radio City should sack the muppet.

    #32322 Score: 1

    sean the sailor
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    Fabhino will play right full as Gomez, taa and Milner our id say nil mate

    Newcastle are Iā€™m serous trouble and I canā€™t belueve they havenā€™t strengthened. City will trash them

    Aldridge is far to biased. Donā€™t like his columns but letā€™s not play him down as a poor player

    Excellent goal scorer. Worked his balks off, great touch and held the ball yo well

    Scored a lot of goals in Spain and was an absolute hero for Ireland. Love the man !

    newbalance
    #32323 Score: 0
    newbalance
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    I’m with Sean. Aldridge was a fantastic servant for us of his ilk.

    And also, he’s not cut out to be someone choosing to give a measured view – he’s better suited down the Pub for his type of chat.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by newbalance newbalance.
    #32324 Score: 0
    newbalance
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    Sean, you’re probably right mate re Fabinho.

    I’m now counting down for Ox’s comeback – just over a month – here’s hoping šŸ™‚

    #32330 Score: 0

    gjblues
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    Sean, read my post again. I didn’t say he was a poor player – your words – I said he had limited ability. He was suited to football in the 80’s, ably assisted by the far better technicians I mentioned. Am I right?
    He didn’t need to say what he said, we all know City are far, far behind Liverpool in the trophy count (at the moment) but he needs to check club valuations before calling us a “small club”.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by  gjblues.
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    sean the sailor
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    Giblues, exactly. No need to say it at all. I canā€™t stand his articles but he was a very good player for his clubs and at international level

    I watched the man for years. He was a goal scorer who scored goals. That was his job

    He wcored a lot of goals for an average club in real sociadad

    Too player in my opinion and I saw him live many many times for Ireland who were another limited team that played with Aldridgeā€™s heart and passion

    #32366 Score: 0

    Brian blue
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    Aldridge…child like comments, complete irrelevance. What happened yesterday has no bearing on the future, he clearly lives in the past and needs to change his thinking. Liverpool got there investor, a good one to and they are supporting the Liverpool effort the best they can. It cannot be easy for an American to understand the culture of our game but they are doing a decent job of it until you get idiots spouting about “big club/small club” History/no history Shirt sales etc etc. Maybe we should have 3 leagues
    1. The real football one
    2 History league
    3 Events outside football, shop sales etc

    I am only interested in watching a good football match, whatever the score line, the rest is for post analytical mindset

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