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    Chucky McChuckface
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    A feisty London derby to kick things off, would expect the goonies to have a bit too much for the Spammers, but there’s no denying the Spammers to rise their game against the bigger teams in London. Wouldn’t be overly surprised to see a draw, but certainly not expecting it.

    3 points for all the other “contenders” before the big game of the weekend, Spuds vs YooUtd.

    YooUtd certainly on a new manager bounce with 5 in a row, against a Spud side that’s stuttering a bit. Would be disappointing not to get the three points, but thinking a draw here….

    Then a nice Monday night game City should win but going on recent form from the last 5/6 games, I reckon Wolves might fancy their chances for a point, but City are playing themselves back into form so a City win is most likely!

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    sean the sailor
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    If we drop points at Brighton then you know the usual collapse is coming. Huge test of character for us now to show we can bounce back after two defeats

    Never like to say this lol but hopefully utd take points off spurs on Sunday

    Think city are going to ramp it up now and pull
    Away soon over the next 6/7 games

    Be interesting to see the keague table after the next 5 games

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    If you’re playing like that, then COME ON YOU SEAGULLS… 🙂

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    Chucky McChuckface
    Chucky McChuckface
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    But I know how you feel, this week I be mainly cheering for the Spammers… 🙁

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    nine nine nine
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    Some really good games this weekend with the potentially best being Spurs v United over on Sky on Sunday.

    This will be Ole’s first real test.

    Offensively United can give Spurs problems but defensively can they keep them out? United’s biggest defensive strength is that they have De Gea.

    I’m hoping for a Spurs win for once for obvious reasons but again for obvious reasons I would prefer that they both lost.😊

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    maverick1973
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    We are very good going forward,especially with Martial back,but our defence is non-existent so expect Spurs to score a few! Going for a 4-2 to the Spuds.Dodgy games for both Arse and Pool!

    newbalance
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    newbalance
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    Mav, good to see you in good spirits mate 🙂 I like 🙂

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    newbalance
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    Well, like with any fourth-coming game and approach, hit the RESET BUTTON.

    Be undoubtedly a tough afternoon for us – hope to get back on track 🙂

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    Oz Yob
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    Sean I think your spot on re c$ty pulling away now. They stayed in touching distance of us after we had our best ever start whilst missing 4 or 5 of their best players & that’s the difference between them & the rest, their depth. Now they have these players back they will sail off into the distance, as you’d expect them to.
    That being the case I don’t think it’ll be this game, I fancy us to get the points here, the lads will be fired up after 2 losses & will want to get back on track. I’d love to see us go back to heavy matal footy, lets go down to the moneybags swinging.

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    Adlab
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    Spurs v Utd……1-1
    Brighton v Liverpool…….1-3

    Dont worry about it!

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    newbalance
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    Kind one Adlab, thanks.

    Think I’m in ‘resist’ of doom and gloom, largely Media for ‘placing’ us 10 points clear. The Tile is not decided in January. We are NOT even in any ‘poll position’.

    The Media Industry is ‘dog eat dog’ – I don’t wish them any luck because I don’t like them; they’re not ‘earning a living’. Earning a living means working the hours and putting in physical effort.

    Liverpool have not won anything, but do you see what I mean alluding to no trophy since 2012. Our Responsibility and FAULT.

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    Oz Yob
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    Gday Nil, hope your well mate. I don’t get calling it doom & gloom if I don’t expect us to win anything. I’d say pretty much everyone expected c$ty to win the EPL before the season started so is everyone all doom & gloom. I obviously would love to see LFC win every game but I’m not suicidal if we don’t, I don’t stop enjoying life. I just call it as I see it. Fact is c$ty have a much bigger quality squad than anyone as they spent insane money for many years so you’d expect them to wear everyone down over the course of a season. I don’t call that doom & gloom, I call that reality. Yes I regularly say that to the annoyance of some, but some were getting way ahead of themselves predicting titles etc only half way through the season.
    As I said if we went back to heavy Matal footy I’d love it as we were great to watch, win lose or draw. Go down swinging. Anyhow off to work, have a good day/night.

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    Oz Yob
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    Oh & yes the media are pretty much A***holes

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    Makaveli
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    Nil, I don’t agree that earning a living means hard physical work. That means most people don’t earn a living. It would mean that Klopp doesn’t earn a living.

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    nine nine nine
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    Everyone sees things differently and rightly or wrongly you are only giving your honest views of how you see things Oz. That’s not being negative it’s being true to your beliefs.

    Tbh I couldn’t call the PL title currently other than saying I think it will go down to the wire and City are right back in it now.

    The Centre back injuries are a bit of a worry for Liverpool but if Liverpool can get through the next few games unaffected by them I think Liverpool will be right in there as the PL turns for the final furlong.

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