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Coffee 8:43 Sat Oct 6
Saturday football
There’s a kind of flatness this morning.

After an indifferent start to the season, Burnley are returning to winning ways. Their confidence will likely get a further boost this afternoon, while the unfortunate Terriers are left to play musical chairs with Cardiff and Newcastle in the bottom three. Home win.

Palace can be awkward opponents, but the continued absence of Christian Benteke reduces the awkwardness quotient somewhat. Wolves can be mightily content with their return to life in the Premier League, and contentment in this instance breeds confidence. Away win.

It’s still early days, but Leicester have confounded early season doom merchants so far. There’s no more talk of the exit door being held open for Claude Puel, who is entitled to raise his middle digit to the doormen should he so wish. In contrast, it’s hard to know what to make of Everton. Much early expectation was piled onto Marco Silva’s shoulders, which seem to have sagged a little under the strain. Home win.

One day, probably, Cardiff will win a football game. The losers then will be a team that takes three points from the Welsh side for granted. Form, position and personnel strongly suggest a Spurs victory. Anything else is pure fantasy. Complacency, where art thou? Home win.

Sixth hosts seventh. Philosopher hosts inspiring pragmatist. This could be an unexpectedly entertaining game between two well-matched sides. Home advantage could be the difference. Home win.

And now, the end is near and so I face the final curtain. My friend, I'll say it clear, I'll state my case, of which I'm certain. I've lived a life that's full, I've travelled each and every highway. Oh, and more, much more than this, I did it my way. Regrets, I've had a few, but then again, too few to mention. I did what I had to do and saw it through without exemption. I planned each charted course, each careful step along the byway. But more, much more than this, I did it my way. Yes, there were times, I'm sure you knew, when I bit off more than I could chew. But through it all, when there was doubt I ate it up and spit it out. I faced it all and I stood tall and did it my way. I've loved, I've laughed and cried, had my fill, my share of losing. And now, as tears subside, I find it all so amusing. To think I did all that, and may I say, not in a shy way, "Oh no, oh no not me, I did it my way". For what is a man, what has he got? If not himself, then he has naught. To say the things he truly feels, and not the words of one who kneels. The record shows I took the blows and did it my way. Home win.

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Sven Roeder 8:48 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Quite a rarity ... Van Dijk interviewed afterwards and agreed it was a pen.
Bit of a dogged game and both teams gave the ball away far too often.
Man City missing DeBruyne and not convinced by their central defenders but still think they will run away with it again.

geoffpikey 8:44 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
I thought it was a WOEFUL match. Good teams cancel each other out often, obviously, but no invention here. Dire.

Keep dreaming 8:16 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Entertaining match, but world best? Nah.
Liverpool aren't that good when mane and Salah arenoffnrhe pace. Elsewhere they are best at running.

Awful ref, gave most to Liverpool but penalty was spot on.

Impressed by silva

Mart O 8:11 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Anyone else sit through the pitiful spectacle put on by Liverpool and City today ?

Best league in the world, my hole. Diabolically bad, the only redeeming feature was a comedy penalty miss from Mahrez.

Oh, and Anfield really is a cunt infested shithole. If the Jocks ever grow a pair and fuck off out of it, can we not persuade them to take Liverpool with them ?

happygilmore 8:06 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
What a penalty

paulon 3:55 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football

SUM A DING WONG 3:45 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
By the way, I'm one of those West Ham supporters that doesn't arselick Gooners, in order to get at Tottenham, so it doesn't give me pleasure praising them.

SUM A DING WONG 3:42 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Hold on a minute, according to the experts on here, Arsenal are a load of shit?

Things read on here.

terry-h 3:42 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
The new Arsenal manager is Dick Emery's illegitimate son,Unai.
Ooohhh, he is awful!!

pdbis 3:38 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
A similar score in the Southampton/Chelsea game will help us.

nychammer 3:36 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Even we couldn’t lose to that Fulham side, could we?

happygilmore 3:30 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Five, Fulham are a mess defensively

twoleftfeet 3:22 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
I have no idea why Jocanovic made so many changes to the team that got promoted? They look very disjointed.

happygilmore 3:20 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football

Agree, they are beginning to gel under the new manager

twoleftfeet 3:19 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
I like watching this new Arsenal.

There I’ve said it.

happygilmore 3:07 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
What a goal by Arsenal.

pdbis 2:54 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Lacazette scored two so far.

Sven Roeder 12:11 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
Watford lost a man and a pen when 1-0 down
I think there are a lot of similar teams from 7 to 20 who on their day will beat each other.
Wolves are doing well ... but they have been able to pick the same team for their first 8 games.
I will be pleased if we have ONE week where all our players are fit.

w4hammer 12:01 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
just watched the leicester v everton games- a cracking match with a couple of great goals-that ricardo is finally looking good for leicester and bernard played his first for everton and looked sharp.

watford somehow lost 4 nil to bournemouth also!

Sven Roeder 11:49 Sun Oct 7
Re: Saturday football
What I would say is that all 3 of Cardiff, Newcastle & Huddersfield are working hard and generally running teams close.
Newcastle were unlucky to get nothing at Mourinho Utd and from what I saw Huddersfield were much the better team at Burnley.
Wouldn’t write anyone off yet

Sydney_Iron 10:31 Sat Oct 6
Re: Saturday football
Already a gap opening at the bottom.

Cardiff, Huddersfield and Newcastle, all winless and already all looking like championship teams next season.

Good for us, although sad to say such a thing, we should be the other end of the table fighting for top 8, not looking over our shoulder again.

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