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Old 01-20-2007, 04:05 PM   #1
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Brand New Premiership Thread 06/07

Another weekend, another thread.

Pretty good weekend for me anyway so far



Villa finally win and Chavski got beaten
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Just been reading an interview with SAF, on the RED ISSUE website, he's looking back at his time at OT, talking about players who came through the ranks from kids-superstars, how hard it was to let the likes of Phil Nev, & Nicky Butt leave, because of their passion for the club, but not a single word about Becks, that disappointed me, say what you like about the fella, & the media circus that surrounds him, but when Becks was at OT, there wasn't a more commited person to the team, he worked his socks off everytime he played for UNITED, & to be completely overlooked like that is really sad. He is definetly one of THE all time great UNITED legends.
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'ARROGANT'

By Ed Sunday 21st January 2007


Keano has a blast at the Match of the Day team.

The People:

Roy Keane has blasted the BBC's Match of the Day team as being "arrogant and ignorant".

The Sunderland boss was left fuming after Birmingham were given little credit for hammering Newcastle in the FA Cup last week.

He said: "Not once did someone say that actually Birmingham had played well. I think it shows how ignorant and arrogant people can be."



Didn't see the prog. myself, but if noone on the show gave any praise to BRUM, & just kept banging on about the barcodes injuries, have to agree with him.
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Just been on the Beeb's predictor again, & guess what, its all change since last time, so for what its worth here's how I think the final table will look in May(again)

Team Plc Pts
Man. United 38 93
Chelsea 38 86
Liverpool 38 75
Arse 38 74
Bolton 38 60
B'Burn 38 57
Spurs 38 56
Pompey 38 55
Reading 38 53
Villa 38 51
Newcastle 38 43
'Boro 38 43
Everton 38 42
Sheff. Utd. 38 42
Fulham 38 40
City 38 38
Wigan 38 38

Charlton 38 37
West Ham 38 34
Watford 38 33


So, there you have it, exactly how the table will look on Sunday 13th May, 2007
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'ARROGANT'

By Ed Sunday 21st January 2007


Keano has a blast at the Match of the Day team.

The People:

Roy Keane has blasted the BBC's Match of the Day team as being "arrogant and ignorant".

The Sunderland boss was left fuming after Birmingham were given little credit for hammering Newcastle in the FA Cup last week.

He said: "Not once did someone say that actually Birmingham had played well. I think it shows how ignorant and arrogant people can be."



Didn't see the prog. myself, but if noone on the show gave any praise to BRUM, & just kept banging on about the barcodes injuries, have to agree with him.
i'll probably agree with that assessment, even though birmingham are my most hated team they still played quite well. Newcastle were dreadful, probably the worst i've seen a team play all season but you have to give credit where it's due, they were beaten by a better team. The MOTD team didn't really seem to acknowledge that and they did just talk about how bad newcastle were.
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Just been on the Beeb's predictor again, & guess what, its all change since last time, so for what its worth here's how I think the final table will look in May(again)

Team Plc Pts
Man. United 38 93
Chelsea 38 86
Liverpool 38 75
Arse 38 74
Bolton 38 60
B'Burn 38 57
Spurs 38 56
Pompey 38 55
Reading 38 53
Villa 38 51
Newcastle 38 43
'Boro 38 43
Everton 38 42
Sheff. Utd. 38 42
Fulham 38 40
City 38 38
Wigan 38 38

Charlton 38 37
West Ham 38 34
Watford 38 33


So, there you have it, exactly how the table will look on Sunday 13th May, 2007
Let's all hope west ham get relegated once again
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Arse 2 Utd 1, much as it pains me to say it, UNITED deserved that, when oh when are the powers that be at OT going to realise that 4-5-1 just isn't going to work, especially when you include Carrick in their, it effectively becomes 4-4-1, the kid's about as much use as a chocolate teapot!
But back to the game, & although United started brightly, & also took the lead, for me at least their attacking play seemed almost half-hearted, & they definetly made the mistake of thinking 1 goal would be enough, no matter who you are, if you invite a team like Arse to attack you, 99 times out of 100, you'll deservedly get punished, United have wasted a glorious chance to open up effectively a 3 game gap, even a draw would have meant a 7 point lead, & at this stage of the season that would have been very handy, sooner or later Chelsea ARE going to find their form, & probably go on a run of 10/11 consecutive wins, United could well rue missed chances of hanging on to leads at Newcastle, & Arse.
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I think arsenal deserved to win overall. United played well until they scored then they just seemed to sit back absorb the pressure until arsenal inevitably scored. Quite a few teams have taken the lead at the Emirates only just to sit back and let arsenal drive forward and get an equaliser.

Fergie would have definitely settled for a point today and now that goal by henry could spark chelsea back in to life.
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Just been reading an interview with SAF, on the RED ISSUE website, he's looking back at his time at OT, talking about players who came through the ranks from kids-superstars, how hard it was to let the likes of Phil Nev, & Nicky Butt leave, because of their passion for the club, but not a single word about Becks, that disappointed me, say what you like about the fella, & the media circus that surrounds him, but when Becks was at OT, there wasn't a more commited person to the team, he worked his socks off everytime he played for UNITED, & to be completely overlooked like that is really sad. He is definetly one of THE all time great UNITED legends.
i know, it's lame. i read that a while back too.

no word of van nistelrooy either.

when SAF gets his grudge on, he never lets go it seems. poor old man...
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they could be champs this year
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Arsenal won't be champs this year, it's between man united and chelsea really. However i would like them to finish above chelsea, my dislike for that team knows no end.
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Dunno if anybody cares about Fulham here, but I saw this article on Deadspin (a really snarky US-based sports blog, but they do write about the EPL frequently). Hilarious quote:

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I asked him why Fulham was so sweet on American players--McBride, Bocanegra, and now Dempsey. "They're cheap, they're available and they speak the language," explained the eminence gris of British soccer writers. Here he paused a beat. "Unlike, say, Beckham."
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Mcbride is a class player, i've always said he is and im surprised no bigger teams tried to sign him when he was younger. Best player at heading a ball in the Prem if you ask me.
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McBride is quality Friedal is also a top class player.
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