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Unread 17-09-2018, 05:55 AM
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gomez nearly cost liverpool two goals through errors
 
Unread 17-09-2018, 06:11 AM
Switching Off
 
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Spent 2 seasons slagging off Pogba for his hair, and now claiming Smalling's hairstyle is responsible for a good game
 
Unread 22-10-2018, 07:48 AM
TheFatGoth
 
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45933037

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It was yet another outstanding performance from Gomez. I also notice that my colleagues on Match of the Day are beginning to notice this lad's performances. And not before time - I've been singing his praises every week since the start of the season.
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I remember seeing the Ruud Gullit lookalike in an U21 game at Selhurst Park and thinking that, while he might not be good enough for Chelsea, who were winning trophies at the time, there was a player in there somewhere.
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What a strike! The ball literally flew past the Wolves goalkeeper.
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Against Chelsea, Mata steered Manchester United into a situation that should have yielded them all three points but didn't.

However, it did give the Spain international, in his post-match interview, the opportunity to remind the viewers why United never give up. They do it for themselves, for the club and especially for the supporters. Shouldn't the manager be in there somewhere?
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Did Huddersfield deserve a penalty when James Milner appeared to handle the ball? Well, that's normally the case when you practically catch it.
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It's not often you hear of a manager apologising for the behaviour of his staff but Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri did after the scuffle on the sidelines. He apologised for the "impolite" behaviour of one of his coaches towards United boss Jose Mourinho.

Impolite! I don't speak Portuguese but those who do tell me that Mourinho was very impolite after United's victory against Newcastle last week. Impolite indeed. Read more of what I have to say about Mourinho and his antics in The Crooks of the Matter below.
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And who can forget that sunny afternoon at Stamford Bridge when the former Chelsea manager put his physiotherapist Eva Carniero through a most humiliating experience? No, Mourinho is not the victim here. He has simply reaped what he has sown.
 
Unread 22-10-2018, 07:54 AM
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Newcastle last week? Stupid cunt

no mention of Salah's performance? shit filled envelopes ahoy

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Unread 22-10-2018, 08:40 AM
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Impolite! I don't speak Portuguese but those who do tell me that Mourinho was very impolite after United's victory against Newcastle last week. Impolite indeed. Read more of what I have to say about Mourinho and his antics in The Crooks of the Matter below.
 
Unread 05-11-2018, 08:22 AM
TheFatGoth
 
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Anyone?
 
Unread 05-11-2018, 08:27 AM
magic_cantona
 
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Dean Lewtas?
 
Unread 05-11-2018, 08:30 AM
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Unread 05-11-2018, 09:03 AM
TheFatGoth
 
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I said Unai Emery would get it together at Arsenal, I just didn't think it would be so soon. Damn!
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Whatever happens between now and the end of the season I guarantee you Milner will be featuring in my TOTW on a few more occasions.
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The France World Cup winner's performances may not be pulling up any trees for United at the moment but they are saving Jose Mourinho's skin.
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However, the thought of Raheem Sterling stalling on this contract extension offer with Manchester City is ill conceived. I honestly think Sterling can be the next Cristiano Ronaldo but to become the best in the world you need the best teacher or to be amongst the best players.
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I was so furious with Alvaro Morata I nearly didn't select him for my TOTW. How does a player who is finding goals so difficult to come by decide to showboat when presented with a glorious chance to get your hat-trick?
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Last week we were all coming to terms with the terrible news that Leicester City had lost their chairman and talisman in a helicopter crash.

In time-honoured fashion the football family came together to support those who have felt the most appalling loss.

The scenes around King Power Stadium this week, where wreaths and flowers along with heartfelt messages from around the world were left, have touched everyone involved in football as the club begins its healing process.

Cardiff's supporters applauding the Leicester City players off the coach prior to Saturday's Premier League fixture was a wonderful gesture, and one that represented the feelings of most football supporters across the globe.
 
Unread 05-11-2018, 12:09 PM
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However, the thought of Raheem Sterling stalling on this contract extension offer with Manchester City is ill conceived. I honestly think Sterling can be the next Cristiano Ronaldo but to become the best in the world you need the best teacher or to be amongst the best players.
He thinks a crackhead midget who runs like he's shit himself can be the next Ronaldo?

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