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Thread: Premier League Thread 2012-13

  1. #51

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    I will support Liverpool all the way for this fixture, just because I very vehemently hate City. Really hate them.

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    Young lad Sterling made a fantastic cross. Borini somehow misses.

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    Get in Skrtel!

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    Sterling playing very well - shows you that some of our youngsters aren't far off. Plenty of our lads have outshone him in games between our youth sides in the past couple of years.

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    Niall Quinn is worse than Wilkins. Really impressive performance from Liverpool. Well deserve their lead.

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    Tut tut, what was Skrtel doing. 100 up for Tevez.

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    What was that quote? "It's either you die a hero, or live long enough to become the villain," pretty much Skrtel's story. Gets in a cracking header in the first half, wastes all that come the second. Disappointed to see City get a point. They did not deserve that. It was a Liverpool gift.

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    Expected City to hammer them with Agger out, definitely couldn't see Liverpool getting anything when Lucas went off. They played well though, City not so good, expect them to improve though, like us.

    Sterling did very well but it's easier for a youngster to get in their team at the moment. Level is higher at United and it's harder to get in the team as a youngster, hopefully a few of our youngsters take their chance when they get it.

  9. #59
    Saturday 1 September 2012

    West Hame vs. Fulham, 12:45
    Swansea vs. Sunderland, 15:00
    Tottenham Hotspur vs. Norwich, 15:00
    West Brom vs. Everton, 15:00
    Wigan vs. Stoke, 15:00
    Manchester City vs. QPR, 17:30

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    West Ham beats Fulham 3-0.

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    West Brom doing really, really well against Everton. Now 2-0.

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    1-0 city

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    Great block by Fabio

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    Yyyeesss 1-1 Zamora

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    Come on QPR.

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    2-1 city awful defending, Ferdinand you utter pile of shite

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    In the end, it's 3-1 City. Disappointing...

    Where's that Sack Race thread...

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    Fabio played well atleast. QPR should do better with the team they have.

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    Watching the Scousers and Le Arse at the moment, just before our game.

    For me Liverpool haven't been bad, just really, really, bad...!! Hopeless. Every chance they could fluke a win of course but Sahin needs a mental evaluation from professionals if he thinks the dippers are going to finish in the top four.

    They're losing 1-0 at the moment, but even if LFC win this, awful.

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    2-0 now. Liverpool have no penetration up front, got to be worrying when your most threatening player is an 18 year who's played 3 games.

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    For me it's the manner of their display. Just awful.

    Even if they rescue something- Shitepool FC. Terrible.

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    They've not played that badly. Contained Arsenal pretty well and looked decent in midfield, just don't have anyone in the final third. Arsenal were worthy winners but a couple of mistakes cost Liverpool.

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    Dirty Scousers lose. :3

    Next up is a United win hopefully.

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    Lot had been made of Arsenal not scoring in 2 games before today. This happened last season I believe when van Persie was there. I think the bigger thing was that they hadn't conceded in their first 2 games and they kept a clean sheet again today. Credit to Steve Bould.

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    I think Arsenal will do well. Diaby being fit is a big boost for them. Once Giroud, Podolski and Carzola get used to each other they'll score plenty. As you said of greater importance for them is they look a lot stronger defensively.

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