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Anyone know where I can watch the new season of game of thrones?
April Fools Banter Thread?
- post your funniest picture of a rival team here
- would be great if we could have a mod embed these images
- all in light fun


I'll start

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http://tinyurl.com/ladq6es
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Keep them coming I'll try to update as much as possible
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http://t.co/Jf6CORfJt8
^
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David luiz walking past Mou after knocking Chelsea out of CL

https://vine.co/v/MpUKAlZ1nMQ
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http://imgur.com/gallery/uEE17
http://gfycat.com/TornFrenchBasilisk
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http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/03/29/23/2718632700000578-0-image-a-11_1427667742302.jpg
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Sorry Malik that vine isn't working.
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Obviously nothing can beat the image of City winning the league over United in my 2012 intranet :)

Aprils fool should be postponed to the season end seriously
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Gotta stick to jpg's guys. Too many gif's can cause problems with the upload time and even crash the site.
http://31.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_magccdCDbX1ry4aqmo1_1280.jpg
So Anyone else notice Portugal lost 2-0 to Cape Verde?

What the hell has happened to that team?
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Apart from Ronaldo the the rest of the team is quite unbalanced in terms of talent. Especially defensively
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because the one man who makes that team wasn't playing.
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Greece happened
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not gonna lie the line up for that i only know like three players from both teams
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Henry in the charity match... quite cheeky skill!

http://www.gfycat.com/CircularUnlinedDore#
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Henry being Henry
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and Babel being Babel is usual.
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Don't talk about the king of Twitter like that :P
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Not PL related but with the Euro 2016, who do you think are the top two contenders to win it?

Its gonna be interesting because the defending champs are struggling and trying to rediscover themselves with a new generation. Not to mention their are now 24 teams competing, so smaller national sides have more of a shot this time around.
germany and france look pretty strong favorites in my mind. germany needs to find a real striker though. their midfield is also weaker with lahm retiring but overall they still have the best midfield in europe and a good enough defense.

france are the host and given their firepower, if they are in the mood they could rip any team in europe. they have lots of good defenders to choose from, lots of athletic and promising midfielders, and their forwards are in good form at the moment.

spain has too much talent to write them off but i would rank france just higher and germany ahead of both.
I'm thinking Iceland and Wales.
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Spain, Germany, France and I think the 4th spot will be up for grabs. I do think all three of those teams will make it to the semis considering they have the quality in their individual players. I'd personally like to see Belgium go far, they've got exciting talent in their ranks.
Germany and Spain imo
Germany and England.
Im so ready for England to disappoint again lol
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There's always the dark-horse Belgium, in the mix that'll be getting a lot of neutral support.
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what is going on with the Netherlands since LVG left? They had an impressive world cup and most of their players are still intact. I'd expect them to contend.

France are my tip. They have quality in every position and seem to have a game plan. The fact that they're hosting should give extra motivation, too.
Denmark because of the Lord
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England won't disappoint me because I have zero expectations for them to do well
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^same goes with me for Italy

But I do believe England will do way better
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Cough* Netherland cough*
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With the Netherlands its quite disappointing actually. Since LVG left, Hiddink is trying to draw out the future talent and get them to set up but his failing at it. The problem is they went back to a back 4 formation with De Vrij who plays in a back 3 formation for Lazio and Martins Indi, who isn't Porto's first choice CB and has been pushed in LB for a number of games. If you look at their entire back line, its really young, no leadership whatsoever. I don't see why Vlaar is left out, he glued the defense together during the WC and was by far one of the best defenders. Their MF has been lacking and not creating enough chances considering they have quality and their go-to attackers Robben& Van Persie have been left out but apart from those two, they can't really carry the whole team. Huntalaar isn't as consistent as he used to be and Bas Dost needs good service to score goals. Bottom line, Hiddink has no idea what his doing, he needs to be sacked asap! Not to mention he even claimed he would leave the job if the team didn't preform well enough.
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Germany is the obvious favorite but France is on the rise they will be my pick in Euro
Germany and Netherlands
At the moment Germany>France>Spain

Belgium has good players but were disappointing in the last tournament

But that can change in a years time
England, to either disappointing or inspire the nation again.
If they combine the young players (Depay, Indi, De Viji, Blind, De Guzman) along with the experinced players (Robben, RVP, Snijder, Huntlaar, Vlar) they will have a very strong team. Lets also not forget that they were 3rd in the World Cup.
^ how well they did in that doesn't really matter though.

the finalist in the last 3 world cups (Germany, France, Netherlands) have failed to get out of the group stages in the following euro tournament.
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To all footytubers out there!

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/03/29/23/2718632700000578-0-image-a-11_1427667742302.jpg

THIS
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So sexy
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my eyesss!!!

this cant be unseen
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MUST of been eating to many chips during his Man U days
Most of? Really?
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http://goo.gl/Xvy53x
Wales!!!!! I wanna see Bale in Euro 2016.
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No player is bigger than the team but Bale is
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wales and sweden are the definition of one man team
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wales have ramsey actually so make that a 2 man team
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Ramsey and Bale leading Wales to Euro 2016 ;D
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Northern Ireland has Lafferty leading them to Euros!
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hey hey don't forget Allen, he is pretty good for Wales too
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i still consider them a 1 man team, bale brings home the bacon.
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yeah how can anyone forget the Welsh Xavi.
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Were there any teams that played 3-5-2 last season? I feel like ever since LvG came to United with his "philosophy" managers now are playing it more often. I'll admit, until this season I wasn't well rehearsed on formations and tactics as much as I probably should've been at this stage in my life lol
Martinez and Rodgers have both experimented with the 3-5-2 before, as well as Mancini a few years ago with City.

However (from what I remember), I don't think any of those approaches were as pragmatically effective as LvG's system this year, or as Rodgers' more recent 3-4-3 with Liverpool.
steve bruce at hull uses it frequently, and it cant be the first season he has used it. before lvg i think martinez used it all the time.
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Martinez with Everton or Wigan a few yrs back? B/c I thought Everton just had wingbacks in Baines and Coleman.
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with wigan, he was always playing with wingbacks and 3 CB. they played great football but conceded goals left right and center.
Won the FA cup with Wigan with that strategy but also got relegated. Would'v been hilarious if he won Europa League and got relegated, such a Martinez thing to do.
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Just watched England v Lithuania. Damn the Lithuanian gk looks like Mertesacker lol
C'mon England. Today I throw full support to the Colonial Empire at Wembley! No hoof balls and make me proud!!!
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The mighty Lithuania will perish at the hand of England ;)
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Take it easy. After all it is only the Englabd national team.
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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
67
36
25
61
2
7
20
29
1
61
34
28
62
5
7
18
30
2
60
27
31
58
6
6
18
30
3
59
25
27
52
5
8
17
30
4
54
12
32
44
8
6
16
30
5
53
21
21
42
9
5
16
30
6
53
5
45
50
9
5
16
30
7
43
-4
38
34
11
7
12
30
8
42
3
37
40
10
9
11
30
9
42
-3
37
34
12
6
12
30
10
36
-5
41
36
12
9
9
30
11
35
-15
48
33
13
8
9
30
12
34
-4
42
38
12
10
8
30
13
33
-12
39
27
13
9
8
30
14
28
-12
40
28
14
10
6
30
15
28
-20
39
19
16
7
7
30
16
26
-21
44
23
12
14
4
30
17
25
-23
49
26
15
10
5
30
18
22
-23
54
31
20
4
6
30
19
19
-21
48
27
18
7
4
29
20
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