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With the transfer window closing down. Which team you guys think has done the best business in the premier league and the worst??

Best : Personal animosity towards some chelsea fans aside. I think they have had the best window. They sell david luiz who was a liability in defense for 50m. Then buy costa, fabregas, filipe luis. Bring in arguably the best gk in courtois last season. And to top it all off they bring back drogba the legend and loan out torres who has been absolute crap for them. And they did all their business early so players could gel well.

Worst: I would have to say crystal palace. Whats worse than losing your manager due to bad transfer practices. They are gonna need a mircale to stay up this season. Especially after the performances shown by burnley, leicester
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So far i would say Chelsea for best for similar reasons u named and Southampton for worse. they basically sold their entire squad from last season and have yet to really strengthen it.
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Saints? Imo they have done pretty good in transfer market.they sold those players who are replaceable and bought some quality players.
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One can argue that Saints had the best window considering on how well they are playing now and how well they cashed in on their players.
Chelsea, they sold Luiz for 50mil and loaned Torres for 2 seasons to Milan. Basically got rid of their bad players and brought in Costa, Fabergas and Luis. Then brought back Courtois and Drogba then did a last minute buy for a striker who scored 14 goals in 26 games for only 8mil, I mean that is good business.
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GOTW: Diouf
Moreno?
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No I think the Bale lookalike goal was most outstanding (forgot scorer's name)
Moreno?
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Bale lookalike? You mean Gerrard & Alonso's love child?
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Moreno that's it.
The Diouf goal is good but happened because our defenders were soft or didn't want to risk to get carded, and Joe Hart let it through his legs (ffs). The GOTW should be flawless
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RIISEEE i mean moreno :D
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ANYWAYS, ik its a tough job for FT staff and mods. Ya'll doing a great job but

When or will the Postings be fixed? Yesterday I posted somethimg and it went to the second page.

Also, replies are always jumbled up.

Is there anything that could be done to get this problem back to normal? Cuz its pretty frustrating
^Only Matt can solve that issue I think. I doubt the Mods are given the tools to fix this mess.
Staff is too busy counting all that ad revenue money. Be quiet and deal with it, Capisce

P.S - just a joke. Dont ban me lol. I am sure they will get around to it eventually. But i wouldnt count on it.
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i thought mods do this for free
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^they do
well you guy's can't expect people who are basically doing us all a favor, to hop to it without being on any kind of payroll. We just have to be patient or live with it
Everton v Chelsea highlights:
http://youtu.be/G90YcgwAZTM
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it's unbelievable how accurate that was
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Diouf left Vincent and Kompany in the dust.
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That's was Fernandinho!
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lol it's funny because i think that was fernando or fernandinho. the entire game vs newcastle i was thinkink kompany every time i saw fernando

and on that breakaway goal, it was from a city corner. kompany was in the box i think, so that was probably fernando who was burnt for pace.
https://twitter.com/BBCSporf/status/505804647094042625/photo/1

Jose Mourinho on Spurs 4-5 Arsenal in 2004: "To get a result like that in a game of 11 vs 11 is disgraceful."
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Mourinho prefers a 2-0 over 6-3 lol
Not PL related but look at Schalke's tunnel.
https://twitter.com/s04_en/status/505725219559186432

Nod to their Mining past I think.
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Burnley 0- 0 United

City 0 - 1 Stoke

So kids , today we learned , its not all about the money.
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It's not like we haven't spent anything either.
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I didn't say that , read again. :P
That's an important point gained there... by Man United. Especially at away to Burnley, brilliant tactics.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/28990722

BBC interview with Louis Van Gaal. Skip to 1.15 and listen for a few seconds. Maybe its just me who finds it so funny..
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In*squeak*credible... Excuse me, incredible.
awww, trying so hard to put on a tough act :'(
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