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    sean the sailor
    435 pts

    Mak, sheff utd were excellent in the verything they did. It was a horrible game but we won. It was a game crying out for a bit of drive from us from midfield and maybe ox coming on. He’s still not fully fit though

    We need Keita back in the squad and he needs to start showing us why we paid big money for him

    I thought klopp won us the game by taking off Hendo and bringing on Origi and going 4-2-3-1. Bobby cane more into it and Origi did well. We had 3 really good chances and Salah needs to bury they one on one.

    He’s not showing up away from home. We need more from him in tough tight away games

    7 from 7 is perfect. Great start from us.

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    sean the sailor
    435 pts

    442 – Matip started off so well for us but few injuries set him back. He’s in the form of his life and he’s very good at coming out with the ball. He’s also toughend up

    I fancy Chelsea for top 4. They are playing well. Get Rudiger back in and Kante playing regularly and they have a massive chance.

    Emerson looks very good this season. Not sure Alonso is good in a back 4. Injuries aren’t helping Chelsea but it’s been a decent start for them considering injuries, playing young inexperienced players etc the young lads have really stepped up

    #49172 Score: 0
    58 pts

    Would a new manager tighten Liverpools defence?

    Would a new manager help Spurs find away form?

    I am kidding all… two very good managers who have done incredible jobs and fans are lucky to have them.

    Genuine Question for Spurs fans given the clubs away form, is there anyone you would like to replace the Poch with?

    #49173 Score: 0
    5 pts

    What about Henri, with all those resources available he can become a great manager

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