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Manuel 5:44 Sat Apr 30
Saturday football
Coffee has asked me to be his no 2 this week and take the reigns, as he allegedly has computer problems. Advice of which he did not seek.



A resurgent Toon will see this as a free hit and will fancy making a name for themselves (like some WHOer's) in front of a watching global audience. They may well prove a stern test for the red Scouse, but ultimately Liverpool's quality should get them over the line and put the pressure back onto Man City. Away win.

Just the fixture Stevie G needs to take off some pressure after an awful run of results. The Canaries have given up the ghost and will return to their rightful place in the Championship with some nice parachute money. If Villa can't win this one then Gerrard needs to fuck off back to bonny Scotland for some easier games. Home win.

SOUTHAMPTON vs CRYSTAL PALACE (1500) Who? What? Does anyone care? Curtains, back garden, etc. DRAW.

I believe Watford have lost every home game since bringing in owl faced Woy as their most recent manager. He should be in a retirement home watching the snooker, instead he is masterminding the Hornets latest relegation. A job well done. Burnley on the other hand have enjoyed a new manager bounce after taking the huge gamble in sacking King Dyche and installing Michael Jackson from the backroom staff. Don't expect a thriller, but Burnley's extra motivation should be enough for them to take the three points back up Norf. Away win.

Could be a good game this won, and of course a game that is important to ourselves as far as European places are concerned. Wolves recent form has taken a dip, Brighton on the other hand have had an unexpected resurgence, including two away wins in North London. That said, I just fancy Wolves to bounce back here in a tight game, but hopefully not. Home win.

LEEDS vs MAN CITY (1730) - Dirty Leeds are still deep in the brown stuff, and have a tough run in. Today has to be a free hit for them, and I don't think even their most ardent fan fancies taking anything today against one of the best sides on the planet, and full of motivation. More winnable games await Leeds in their fight for survival. Away win.


A bit of a tricky one to predict this, as it could be one of them big days you see a Goodison once in a while, or it could be a game where their woes continue and are a couple down after 20 minutes. Chelsea being unpredictable of late only adds to the uncertainty. If you offered big Frank a point now I think he takes it it. I'm off the fence and gonna go with the best team on paper to win the day. Away win.

Leicester's midweek (okay, Thursday (excursions in Europe, and again next week, is going to play right into Conte's and Tottenham hands here, I feel. It looks like a very nice fixture for our N17 friends to get back on track in the battle for 4th spot. Home win.

Our form in games after European nights has been very poor of late, and I doubt many, if anyone, sees that changing in this one against a very motivated Arsenal outfit, and that cunt bouncing up and down on the touchline. I'm tempted to say we have bigger fish to fry, and that may be true, but in reality this is a very big game for us if we aren't putting all our eggs in the European basket, but due to the thin squad etc, we have had to sacrifice the league to quite a big extent. Away win.


A game we will be casting an eye on as far as top 6/7 is concerned. The red side of Manchester are in quite a strange predicament as with Champions League qualification now out of the window do the players, or even the club itself, fancy the Europa League, or would they prefer just to concentrate on the league and domestic cups next season, with the Dutchman being the latest man attempting to bring back the glory days? The Bees on the other hand have quite impressively accomplished their task of staying up and can now enjoy trips to places like this and play with freedom. I just fancy home advantage will see Manu over the line in this one. Home win.

*Championship corner*
There was a very significant game last night with our old friends Sheffield United taking a very big 3 points at QPR, and in the process all but ending the chances of anyone below 6th obtaining a play off spot, including Millwall. As far as today is concerned Nottingham Forest will continue their pursuit of The CHERRIES in the race for the much coveted second spot, with Forest looking good for a home win against Swansea, while Scotty Parker's free falling Bournemouth have a tricky assignment at Blackburn, although after last nights result Blackburn's desire may have been blunted somewhat. Huddersfield are still in in with a chance of second place, and will fancy their chances at an 'on the beach' Coventry City. Should be a good final few weeks of the season, and personally I'd like to see Forest do it.

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Manuel 7:23 Tue May 3
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Conference league it is then, unless..

Will take it though, as we stay in Europe and more away trips for the faithful. Also, the group stages will be weak, so we can therefore go weak and it shouldn't hardly have any impact on the next league match, similar to earlier this season.

master 11:58 Mon May 2
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Yup 6th most definitely gone given the games man united have left.

One win for us secures 7th imho given wolves fixtures.

Ideally win Thursday, play 11 from the crowd on the Saturday before the final against city (and piss off a load of scousers), get the win coz we're fucking massive and party like hell in Brighton in the sunshine.

Mad Dog 11:52 Mon May 2
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There goes 6th

master 11:22 Mon May 2
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Rico Henry is a fucking idiot.

Sven Roeder 10:51 Mon May 2
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VAR calls Ronaldo offside so keeps it at 1-0
Brentford still in it

Brentford would be going down without Eriksen.
No way they can find a player that talented as a replacement.
Interest in Benrahma going back?

master 10:21 Mon May 2
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Frankfurt resting 8 players from Thursday's starting 11. Currently half time and 1-0 down to Leverkusen.

master 10:14 Mon May 2
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wd40 10:03 Mon May 2
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Made me laugh on hearing Frank's interview after the game stating the fans were man of the match and on realising what he said couple of seconds later he then said all the fans men woman & children were the reason we won.

Alfs 3:14 Mon May 2
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Oxsaw, I will bet all of my limbs that Chelsea will comfortably finish top 4.

Westside 12:13 Mon May 2
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Pickford's earned his wages today.

And some numpties, think England won't win things, with Pickford in goal.

England won't win anything. Nothing to do with Pickford. Or Southgate.

RBshorty 6:07 Sun May 1
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Anyone shock that the Rent Boys bend over and take one for Lampard.?

Coffee 5:53 Sun May 1
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Pickford's earned his wages today.

ted fenton 5:49 Sun May 1
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Me too twoleftfeet can't stand the prick

Gordon looks a decent player.

twoleftfeet 5:33 Sun May 1
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I fucking loathe Richarlison.

only1billybonds 5:31 Sun May 1
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This has calmed down a bit,was getting tasty in the 1st half,looked like a matter of time til a red was shown. Think if Chelsea equalise,Everton might lose their composure a bit.

twoleftfeet 5:27 Sun May 1
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Everton time wasting tactics starting. Mina goes down with cramp.

Mike Oxsaw 5:14 Sun May 1
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That puts 3rd CL spot in reach of Arsenal or spurs.

Chelsea in the Europa next season is gonna knock a few bob off their selling price.

The Stoat 5:12 Sun May 1
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Old pals act going on at Goodison?

Coffee 5:07 Sun May 1
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Everton one up

twoleftfeet 4:58 Sun May 1
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I’m not a fan of this commentator at the Everton game, his voice is annoying.

Coffee 4:51 Sun May 1
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Plenty of electric energy at Goodison.

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