WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done

Coffee 7:47 Sat Jan 16
Saturday football
(Including Sunday football.)

Big Sam’s biggest test to date continues with this battle of dodgy accents. Wolves have yet to replicate last season’s achievement and may struggle to break down a Baggies defence moulded in BFS’s image. This is unlikely to be a classic. Draw.

The ghost of Crawley Town could be travelling down the A23 to wreak bitter revenge on the Seagulls. Discipline and organisation are the hallmarks of Graham Potter’s team and they will need both in full measure if they are not to leave Yorkshire on the back of a good hiding. Home win.

A fixture redolent of an earlier, less happy time; but also of tedium, as every encounter with a Sean Dyche team seems to be. Burnley sit uncomfortably close to the drop zone knowing that an upturn in the fortunes of those below them could easily drag them deep into the relegation mire. The Premier League’s upper mid-table is like the M25 at rush hour and one weekend’s results can turn things around dramatically. Best case scenario will see us climb to seventh, worst case we’ll drop to thirteenth. Haller’s departure puts Antonio at the sharp end, but we do – unusually – have several players that can find the goal. It’s time to reciprocate the score of that day when the corner flag migrated. Is a Ratched too much to hope for? Home win.

Scott Parker has closed some of the holes in Fulham’s defence and that’s seen his side pull themselves up by the fingernails, millimetre by millimetre, towards the dotted line. But he’ll do well to get anything from his neighbours today. For FLJ, this is a genuine banana skin. Away win.

Two sides in rich form meet in probably the most intriguing game of the day. Danny Ings is down with the virus, but the Saints have shown that they can still win without him. For the hosts, need you say more than Jamie Vardy? Draw.


So the Blades have remembered how to win. But can they do it in the league? Not today, not on your nelly. With his side now outside the top five, Jose will be looking for a return to second place. Away win.

The match that the media have been creaming themselves about. And with reason. Who would have thought Man U would find themselves at the top of the pile early in the year? Still, there’s something unconvincing about them, a fragility that Klopp will look to exploit. Draw.

There’s no such thing as free points in the Premier League, but most people of reasonable disposition will have this down as a routine home win. The beaked one from Thornton Heath will, of course, beg to differ and will have his side well-drilled in their defensive duties. But, you feel, that will only serve to keep the score down rather than prevent the inevitable. Home win.

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Sven Roeder 11:52 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
He picked a more attacking line up with Carroll, Wilson & Joelinton.
Only saw the second half but Arsenal in second gear could have had 6

Alwaysaniron 11:47 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
Newcastle look woeful. They could be in deep shit. I think Fulham have miles more about them than the Barcodes do!

Grumpster 11:41 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
Don't really understand basically setting up to lose the game, not sure they've even played for a draw.

So negative and shit and annoys me we lost to these cunts.

Just need one fucking Wilson shot to go with the 2 apiece for lacazette, saka and auba for a decent payout.

twoleftfeet 11:34 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
Bruce for the boot?

Manuel 7:30 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
Give it a rest with the corny, outdated one liners, Coffee. You remind me of my Uncle :-)

Coffee 6:54 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
Grumpster 12:02 Mon Jan 18

That's an advantage of being a famous footballer.

Side of Ham 12:36 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
They’ve had more than their fair share of fun though over the last couple of decades to not be too disappointed about this though I’d guess?

Grumpster 12:02 Mon Jan 18
Re: Saturday football
Been watching the Spanish Cup final or whatever it is and fuck me Barca are average nowadays.

No wonder Messi wants to leave, he's surrounded by gash.

Come On You Irons 10:08 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
I noticed Marcus Rashford was caught offside seven times in that game earlier.

Average footballer.

twoleftfeet 9:37 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
I think Man City are our main rivals for the league, they look good.

Side of Ham 8:52 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
No one other than ex scouse or manc wants to talk about them Sven....shithole places in the main with football or music being their only redeeming features.....boring places to the rest of us.....let them whine on....

LeroysBoots 8:50 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
Spot on Sven

threesixty 8:49 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
That game made me realise that Man City will win the league this year.

Sven Roeder 8:43 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
Sky should ditch the fans (Neville Carragher Keane & Souness) for these games & have some proper analysts not the we/us brigade.
Do they have enough neutrals to make up a panel?

twoleftfeet 8:25 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
TAA isn’t a patch on Coufal.

Percy Dalton 8:24 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
These so called top games are so boring now both teams cancelling each other out technically good but one big yawn.
The players are getting used to having no fans there the game needs that for a bit of atmosphere.

Sven Roeder 8:21 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
Might have been Martin Tyler that said Bruno Fernandes was 'the best signing of the last calendar year'
I think you will find that is actually Tomas SOUCEK

Neither team looked like League winners
Agree Alexander-Arnold is a terrible defender.

Lato 8:21 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football

Agreed like a petulant child. No doubt this driveL will be on first on MOTD 2

LeroysBoots 8:20 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
Liverpool are way off from last season

I think they will beat Man U in the cup at OT next Saturday but f we can get there I think we can give them a really good game

claretandbluedagger 8:18 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
David Moyes and Sean Dyche’s teams had a more exciting game than Klopp and Solksjaer. Sky must be gutted.

geoffpikey 8:18 Sun Jan 17
Re: Saturday football
Zzzzzuper Zzzzunday. Yet again.

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