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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

Coffee 6:44 Sat Mar 5
Saturday football
Jesse Marsch makes his Premier League bow at the Kingpower. There are easier places to start your career in England, particularly as the Foxes look to have regained some form. Avoiding defeat is a priority, with Leeds sitting just two points above third from bottom Burnley, who have a game in hand. Should be an interesting watch. Draw.

With a favourable win behind them, the visitors will be looking to take something from their visit to a disappointing Villa side that seems to have little left to play for this season. The Saints go marching on. Away win.

How will things Russian affect a Chelsea side that looks destined for third spot at the end of the season? Burnley have a massive incentive to put in a performance, with the opportunity to climb three places on offer. This will be a hard-fought and close encounter, but the visitors should edge it. Away win.

Newcastle’s climb from bottom to fourteenth hardly comes as a surprise, but they still have work to do to ensure survival this season. Brighton have lost some of their momentum of late and now occupy a comfortable upper-mid-table position. They’d certainly have taken that in August. Home win.

A brief surge in form saw the Canaries climb out of the relegation zone temporarily, which was an achievement of sorts given their first half of the season. They’ve now returned to their rightful spot at the bottom and will look to drag Brentford towards them. For the Bees, who have played more games than al of their relegation rivals, each point is like gold dust. Draw.

Wolves sit tantalisingly outside the European places, but can overtake Spurs if they beat Palace today. Patrick Viera’s side have enjoyed a moderately successful campaign to date and will hope to cement their mid-table place. Home win.

As unlikely as it looked a few weeks ago, the hosts still have a realistic chance of overtaking City by the end of the season. Our record at Anfield is anything but encouraging, with one or two memorable exceptions, but with little other than Antonio in the attacking department we’ll be depending once again on the range of scorers – Bowen, Soucek, Dawson, Fornals – to pose an offensive threat. Perhaps it’s the day when a long-range screamer from Declan Rice will curl its way past a despairing glove and into the top corner? Then like my dreams. Home win.


Even with the wily old Roy Hodgson in charge, few would bet on Watford staying up. It seems like an age since Arsenal, one place behind us on goal difference, were in Watford’s position. Is it too much to hope for a home win? Yes. Away win.

A fixture full of meaning beyond local rivalry. If City lose, if we beat Liverpool… so many ifs. One but: who’s the better side? Home win.


The Toffees will find themselves in a sticky position in the unlikely event that Burnley overcame Chelsea yesterday. You just don’t know which Spurs team is going to show up – one day, they pull off an impossible win, the next they struggle to get past Morecambe and lose to Middlesboro. Draw.


A resurgent Huddersfield side moved into second place last night with a win over bottom-placed Peterborough. But Bournemouth, in third, have little to worry with a whopping five games in hand and three in hand over fourth-placed Blackburn, who visit runaway leaders Fulham in today’s early game. The Cherries head to Preston, while QPR, in fourth, entertain Cardiff and Sheffield Utd, sixth, dropped valuable points as they drew with Forest last night. Middlesboro, ninth, host Luton, seventh, giving both sides the chance to return to the play-off places. At the bottom, Posh and the unfortunate Derby County look doomed, while six points separate Barnsley, third from bottom, and Reading, one above the dotted line, who visit Millwall this afternoon. There’s everything to play for at both ends of this highly entertaining division.

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⚒️ 12:30 Tue Mar 8
Re: Saturday football
Spurs look really good 😕

Sir Alf 12:12 Tue Mar 8
Re: Saturday football
He is indeed Tex although I would say that Countinho reminds me a bit of how Payet was in Bilic's team. He totall ran the game for Villa versus Southampton and has been, for me, the big reason they have won quite a few games under Gerrard. If they secure him full time ( he's on loan?) and he does not get injured too much Gerrard has a decent chance of continued success. They went 5 or so games without a win too ( Villa ) under Gerrard so still too early to know if "Stevie G" will be a top manager or not but looks pretty nailed on that he will be better than "FatBoy" as you say :-)

Texas Iron 12:00 Tue Mar 8
Re: Saturday football
Gerard doing much better than FatBoy…🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

Sir Alf 11:23 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
kylay 11:10 Mon Mar 7

Yeah agree, that would be a shame. Will be or should be the last we see of him as a manager. Better start getting his name plate made for a chair in the Sky studios where he will no doubt be wheeled out as an elite football "expert" and one of England's "greatest". He was a very good Premiership player in a very good Premiership team. Not a international level great or "legend".

What is more certain is that he is a "shit" manager like so many other ex-footballers who seem to think that playing the game well means you can manage a team well. Whole different skillset including psychology, diets, science, recruitment etc.. in addition to the basic tactics, fitness, formations etc.

lowlife 11:22 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Lampard is just a shit manager. Completely screwed up at Chelsea with all that talent at his disposal. What did they think he was going to do with a significantly shitter team.

New Jersey 11:21 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Went to watch them last Thursday against Borehamwood and they were woeful!

lowlife 11:20 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
twoleftfeet - I’ve taken a quick look at Grand Old Team. Quite a lot of anger, depression and acceptance on there tonight.

master 11:17 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Absolutely fucking our goal difference advantage here

Charoo 11:17 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
This is the worse Everton side I have seen, about as much resists as soaking cardboard.

There is double figures there for Spurs.

Fatty got a good chance of taking this lot down.

twoleftfeet 11:17 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
I need to get myself on the Everton fans forum 😂

lowlife 11:16 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
5-0. Fucking hell. Looking forward to Frank’s post match interview.

kylay 11:10 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Sir Alf 10:42 Mon Mar 7

It would be a tragedy if that cunt misses 60k west ham fans giving it large AGAIN

lowlife 11:08 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
They’ve got a pretty tough run in, I can see this completely demoralising them.

To concede a goal 41 seconds into the start of the second half, when already 3-0 down, is really exceptionally poor.

twoleftfeet 11:08 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
No one batters us, we have more pride.

Lampard is out of his depth.

lowlife 11:07 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
4-0. Laughably bad. Worse than us at our worst.

Sven Roeder 10:53 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Think Norwich & Watford are gone but Burnley have the knack of finding wins & will have Everton & Leeds in their sights.

Leonard Hatred 10:52 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Everton ain't going down.

Sir Alf 10:48 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Alli ? He needs Alli Baba to get out of the mess Everton are in.

Watford and Norwich battle better than this and Burnley will fight until the last game. Everton in serious trouble.

Sven Roeder 10:44 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Andy Hinchcliffe ' You have to feel sorry for Frank Lampard'

He is an utter cunt

3-0 down & he sends out Bamidele ALLI to warm up
That will do it

twoleftfeet 10:43 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
As our wonderful, brilliant manager says “ if you don’t run then you don’t play “

At least 8 of these Everton players wouldn’t last 5 minutes under Moyes.

Sir Alf 10:42 Mon Mar 7
Re: Saturday football
Lampard could well be out of a job by end of March at this rate :-)

Steve Bruce not available, Sam failed there.... hmmmm.... not many options left.

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