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jivvy

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Re: Premier League and other football chat 2017/8
« Reply #140 on: May 10, 2018, 08:15:58 AM »


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Gonna miss the footie after Saturday. ATB

Final games all on Sunday 13th---3pm kick off
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Re: Premier League and other football chat 2017/8
« Reply #141 on: May 10, 2018, 06:38:58 PM »

5 English PL teams in CL while Dutch champion has to play 4 matches and win to get to CL? Hmmm something not quite in balance IMHO  ;D ;D ;D.
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Re: Premier League and other football chat 2017/8
« Reply #142 on: May 10, 2018, 07:14:19 PM »

The only way England can get 5 teams in in next season's CL is for Chelsea to finish 4th (unlikely) and Liverpool to beat Real.
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Re: Premier League and other football chat 2017/8
« Reply #143 on: May 16, 2018, 12:03:36 PM »

There's gratitude - Big Sam Allardyce, appointed in November, drags a struggling Everton side up to 8th and the supporters don't want him - they preferred the drop zone  ;)  Everton have to shell out £6 million to sack him !! Marco Silva ex Watford is tipped . . .

I heard David Moyes talking on the radio and he sounded very confident - but the Fans want him out  :o  West Ham have fought their way to 9 points clear of the drop zone.   

Arsene Wenger is gone and Mikel Arteta is 'favourite' to replace him. It seems unlikely that Arsenal will be back in contention for the Top 4 places next year - so how will the Fans feel if it doesn't go well ? I doubt that Arteta can fill Wenger's shoes. Chris Hughton, Sean Dyche, Eddie Howe might be better ?

I see Joe Hart blaming Moyes for his not being selected for the World Cup squad - Hart's poor form to blame surely. (Back to MCFC for him ?)

Man City's goal difference is 112 goals more positive than Stoke City's  :o

Fulham or Villa to join Wolves and Cardiff in the EPL next season.
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Re: Premier League and other football chat 2017/8
« Reply #144 on: May 16, 2018, 06:07:33 PM »

Allardyce has been sacked. As a Manager Big Sam has never been relegated from the EPL yet his mooted replacement - Marco Silva - was relegated with Hull City last year  ??? 
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Re: Premier League and other football chat 2017/8
« Reply #145 on: May 17, 2018, 05:57:41 PM »

Allardyce, Coleman and Moyes now all out of work but Allardyce sitting on the considerable compensation of his last 3 pay offs. Arsenal, West Ham, Everton and Sunderland among the clubs looking for a new manager. Arteta linked with Arsenal, Garcia with Everton, IBenitez, Pelldgrino with West Ham and Chris Wilder? with Sunderland.
Meanwhile no England place for Wilshere or Shelvey. Personally I think Shelvey may have been worthy of inclusion at the expense of Ashley Young.
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