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We did it in a cold night in Stoke
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http://media.giphy.com/media/Ax8ItWw58J0qY/giphy.gif
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haha good gif, there are 42 reasons why you should care though..
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its Stoke thou
That was Mertesacker's reaction when Skrtel was heading the ball in.
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Just making a joke here, geez. It's a lot easier to be so damn cocky when when you're cruising. You wouldn't be saying the same things if you weren't in the position you are in. Don't let those words come back to haunt you. A little modesty goes a long way lads.

Plus, if you want to boast and brag about your team, do it on your own page. I don't think anyone would have a problem with that.
^ Well if you make a joke..Be sporty enough to take one back.

Regarding cockiness..Ignoring a post when it makes no sense for you is modesty. But reacting to it is cockiness isn't it ?
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LMFAO @ Craig Burley!

http://www.espnfc.com/international/story/2211440/sepp-blatter-no-plans-step-down-fifa-president-report

Apparently Sepp Blatter speaks to god now. :/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TI8UrUUF2Q

QPR players signing for the club initiation.

lol! That Rio Ferdinand rap!
looks like bobby likes his new Iphone

#ChinchinShaw
Booba ur hashtags are getting annoying

#annoying #booba #television #twerk
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Hashtags are teenie bopper girl posts for facebook...
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Can't like your post enough Shaymoose.
Liverpool - Arsenal game in 3 words ?

Liverpool need sturridge

(Sorry bluff for taking this one :P )
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lol... i tried. hahaha epic fail
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You can do it for Stoke Chelsea :D
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Qpr>Arsenal>liverpool

#sunday #Shemomedjamo
more like 3 letters... LOL
In 3 words?

It was boring.
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goals change games

i win. lol
Too f*****g shit.
two f*****g jokes:P
If that was boring then I want us to play that kind of boring game every time.
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Arsene Wenger’s side conceded more shots (27) than they have in any Premier League game from August 2003 onwards.

Arsenal’s figure of 36.5% possession was another Premier League low for them (2003-present).

At the other end, Arsenal scored with their first two shots on target.
two points dropped
3 words for Bplittle's stats:

Liverpool's conversion rate

XD
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http://memecrunch.com/meme/363Q2/we-suck-again/image.png
Liverpool Arsenal game summed up in 3 words?
Roller f*****g coaster
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Parked The Bus
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@bazinga : that burn hahah , coz they couldn't even do it well.
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Arsenal were LUCKY
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Win=draw=lose

still ,mid ,table
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Liverpool were UNLUCKY
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Laugh out loud
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Two mediocre teams
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@joeymac more like two european teams. shot. fired.
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Liverpool weren't clinical enough, not unlucky.

Nice to see these Utd fans finally come out of there caves after some good results for them. Despite the results your team isn't exactly lighting the league up like Chelsea.

@Oohtobeagooner exactly
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As I said when the game ended. I don't think in 15 years following the club that I've ever seen a team so dominant be in a position to lose. It would have been the worst loss from a play/results standpoint that I can remember from LFC. As it stands it is probably the worst draw that I can remember.

Right now, LFC are absolutely terrible in front of both goals, theirs and their opponents. Can dominate the middle and stink at both ends. 27 shots to 7 and just dominated the game and had to get a somewhat lucky late goal to draw? Ridiculous.

ridiculous ridiculous ridiculous - that's mine.
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^Someone didnt watch the Bayern vs Chelsea Final
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@Oohtobeagunner, meh, two mediocre teams in Europe. We were there last year, did that make us a good team?

@Dan, I don't live in a cave. I was here all last year when Liverpool fans spouted their nonsensical drivel at our expense, and here I am still. Somere too. Notice, I never said we were lighting up the league, that doesn't lessen my opinion. (In fact, in the similar post below, I called our game versus Villa bad). My team's performances don't affect my objectivity. A lot of your fans should have learned that lesson last year, and maybe you wouldn't be so embarrassed this one.

For the record, I think we (United) are very often mediocre as well.
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IT WAS BORING
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@Joeymac. Based on what I've seen, on strength of play, I think United are every bit as mediocre as Liverpool or Arsenal. Fortunately, you have clinical finishers that get you points even when you don't play well. Good for you.

I don't think any LFC fan was being unrealistic this year when Suarez left. I would be happy with a top 4 finish before the year started. Certainly didn't think there was another league title fight coming.

If you would have told me Sturridge would be hurt almost the entire first half of the season as well I would have been the first to tell you LFC would be in a lot of trouble.
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We (United) are mediocre. BUT we know how to win. our team chemistry is often lacking and out style of play is confusing but we have a manager who wont accept anything less than a victory. He may talk about style in the press but all he cares about is the victory or else we would be seeing a focus on style like Liverpool and arsenal does. thats the difference between us. Not to mention we wont watch our team slip down the tables like you guys did. even if it means spending 59 million pounds on Di Maria and another 70 on bale next summer. there is a standard that needs to be maintained and it's not finishing 4th every season. Moyes failed to maintain that and we see what happen.
club like ours, with our resources you don't need time hoping a manager will come good. and i am not a person to blame the failings of a team on players. so dont blame suarez and Sturridge. we lost Ronaldo and Tevez in the same summer. we won the league twice after that and lost it twice by one point and by goal difference. we saw the difference a manager can make when Pulis took over Palace.

I know it might have seem like it strayed off topic but in this age, we are playing a game of managers rather than who have the better players. so having a mediocre team shouldn't be an excuse. a certain level of ability is required to play in the premier league, the manager is responsible to get the best out of them.

Brendan Rodgers and Arsene Wenger are mediocre. Failing to get the best out of their players.

P.S. Arsenal fans please evaluate how your club has been playing the last decade before you start your assault.
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mid table teams
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@Colin, I agree with you that United at the moment is an average team. I said as much after my bit on Liverpool and Arsenal. However, Somere makes many great points. As far as Liverpool fans not being unrealistic, I agree with you again for the most part.

My qualm is with Dan's suggestion that United fans (those of us who endured the shellacking from all fronts on this website last season) are coming out of the woodwork to baselessly slag off his club, which here (emphasis on 'here') isn't true.
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Somere, I was with you all the way until you boldy claimed "Arsene Wenger is mediocre".

Not even going to waste my time and yours (and anyone else reading) replying to such a closed minded, short-sighted, ignorant statement.

Good day, sir.
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Somere - You should have been more specific.."Arsene Wenger over Last decade has been mediocre"...Because he did well in the past.
You call Santi exposing his nipple boring?!!

It certainly wasn't boring when Janet Jackson exposed her nipple during the superbowl halftime performance! lol
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@deffyduck, looking at the success Arsene enjoyed in the past and after going on a barren 8 season run. Looking at the size, profitability, fans and expectations from arsenal FC and arsene wenger. Looking at history too. On the average the close to two decades of arsene wenger could be described as mediocre. Somere is very correct bro. Dont waste your time. You have no argument
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Bickering like children.


..Oh I thought we were describing this thread (similar to most threads on this site unfortunately) in 3 words.
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2003 - Rafael van der Vaart (Holland; Ajax)
2004 - Wayne Rooney (England; Everton)
2005 - Lionel Messi (Argentina; Barcelona)
2006 - Cesc Fabregas (Spain; Arsenal)
2007 - Sergio Aguero (Argentina; Atletico Madrid)
2008 - Anderson (Brazil; Manchester United)
2009 - Alexandre Pato (Brazil; AC Milan)
2010 - Mario Balotelli (Italy; Manchester City)
2011 - Mario Gotze (Germany; Borussia Dortmund)
2012 - Isco (Spain; Malaga)
2013 - Paul Pogba (France; Juventus)
2014 - Raheem Sterling (England; Liverpool)

so sterling won golden boy for 2014 after his breakout season last year. he becomes just the second english player to receive the award, and joins recent winners pogba, isco, gotze, and older winners messi aguero and fabregas.

the award given to the best u21 talent in europe voted on by 30 euro publications, and i believe is based in italy. there were 5 english players and 10 premier league players in the final 40, which is impressive as it is almost 2x as much as any other league:

zouma (chelsea), chalmbers (arsenal), stones (everton), januzaj (man utd), shaw (man utd), bentaleb (spurs), dier (spurs), origi (liverpool) and markovic (liverpool) make up the other 9 from the premier league.

i think the standout name missing is ross barkley, but maybe it's down to time out from injury. is there another standout young player (u21) that should have been named? i'm surprised dier/bentaleb got in ahead of kane tbh.
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Kane has only come to prominence this season, and I believe the voting was closed before his heroics began. I would expect him to be in the reckoning from next season. Bentaleb did well for Spurs and played quite a few games this season; and of course he did do exceptionally well with Algeria at the World Cup as well.

Anderson's fall from grace has been astounding. He was compared to Ronaldinho at one point and I think he cost something like 20m...
LOL Anderson.
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Completely ate his potential away.
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Well deserved for Raheem, if he can continue to work hard and not let the limelight blind him he has a big future ahead of him.
Said it before will say it again, city is the only team that is playing like champions. Rest are hoping the others loose to make them the champions.
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Said it before ill say it again, are you a troll or do you smoke crack?
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Crack is a helluva drug
Whoa now people! All he did was state his opinion. Nothing wrong with what he said. There may be a history here I'm not aware of but let's ease up on the drug addict accusations please.
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Cmon c61 we both know he's trying to take a crack (no pun intended) at Chelsea. I've seen him say it on ft highlights comments too. He's trolling Chelsea and probably because he's sad with ac Milan down and barca not in their full glory, but that shouldn't make it ok for him to troll other teams
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@Eeegay. Surely you can come up with something more witty than basically saying you're a drug addict. I was on the verge of doing a mod edit, if its reported I'll have to take it down. If he's got thick skin and gets your humour it'll stay but normally we don't allow this kind of comment to stay up.

You may be insulted by what Zizuthelegend said, and it may seem arrogant but it doesn't merit a character assaination. Nothing he said goes against community guidelines. And if you're not used to a little arrogance on this site well, prepare yourself.
Haha ok, I will try harder next time c61, sorry to make trouble for you. I have seen him say before that mourinho is mediocre and Chelsea are only lucky to lead the table and the pl is garbage that's why Chelsea are winning, and that time I asked him what he was smoking as well or if he was trolling, so it was a fact that I said it before. I just thought it was a lame passive aggressive way for someone to take a crack at a team.

Sidenote: I love the banter and I think we should have a banter forum on here where anything goes. The rest of the site would need to stay clean, but anything could happen-besides swear words and inappropriate media- on the banter page.
Charlie Austin the unsung hero
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Is he a contender now for the Golden boot? I mean... he has 11 goals in 9 games? How about that great goalscoring form.
Edit: he has 11 goals in 15 games...
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Austin , what about Micky maynard , jordan rhods , zaha , moses , billy sharp , Nugent ,
#Landrover
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He must be. Aguero is out for a while yet and Austin and QPR are getting better and better.
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Enough with this hashtag rubbish, this isn't Twitter.
Man City hitting form at the right time.
Not like Chelsea is losing form :/
It'll be a tight finish to the season, or at least for now, a tight finish to end 2014 and kick off 2015


I don't know why, but I think ManUtd will challenge for the title very soon [if they aren't already.]
They don't have European commitments mid-week and they are certainly in form at the moment, so that's going to help them a lot this season. Something which Liverpool enjoyed last season.
To achieve that what you said Teja, Man Utd would need to get their away form better... they aren't losing away matches but most of them were draws (with Villa or even with West Brom).
There is no way we challenge for the title, not based off what I've seen.

To win the title, you need first and foremost a solid core of CB's and CM's. Compare ours to the likes of Chelsea and City, and it's just laughable. We need a class CB and a dominant CM, like Strootman, at the minimum.

We certainly have the attack to cause some noise, but that can only take you so far. Especially when we don't have the most solid foundation on which to launch that attack.

We'll see what happens in December as far as points go, and in January as far as transfers go. But for me, right now it's still a two-horse race.
Aston Villa United game summed up in 3 words?
ridiculous red card
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https://mtc.cdn.vine.co/r/videos/F26DA1986A1158124318945890304_37487e02672.1.4.16550114344781348173.mp4?versionId=YM49ooiYpYWGHFbSesscgDGYRmUJo67z


we need technology to help make these big decisions
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Who f'ing cares... ;)
+2
bad luck Villa
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Villa deserved more
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Winner (so far): PeterzeGooner
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Not very good
The red had no impact on the game. Get over it. Refs get it wrong sometimes, but if it's relevant, why discuss it, let along mention it as defining the game.
Red cards has no impact, unless it is given to the team you support.
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Dtouch no impact, are you mad or just bias. All reds have an impact. Your impaling one team and giving an advantage to another, for a whole 25 minutes. For all we know Agbonglahor was going to be key in getting villa a winner. Don't act like you wouldn't be crying right now about how the ref stopped a comeback if man utd got the red
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I Am Bendther
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it was 1-1 before the red card and 1-1 after the red card. villa were not on a comeback, they took the lead 1-0, but utd failed to take advantage of the man advantage and momentum from falcao's equalizer.

the red card was unfortunate, but i don't think it changed the game. villa had the same gameplan the entire game: defend deep and hit on the break. i'm not saying a man down doesn't effect the game, but im saying gabby going off didn't have much impact in the flow of the game. would be different if it were benteke going off for example.
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@Xgooner4everX , nice one
#LordforReason #bendther #bennybendentenentenenenaaaar #Heskey #Landlover
never said villa was on a comaback
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never said you said villa was on a comeback.

in fact, i never addressed you at all mate.
PeterGooner, did you watch the game? The flow etc. was no different before and after the red. And if my team suffered a red I'd be able to say it had no impact if it in fact didn't. Get off it. The red card is a red herring.

Also, judge the game by what happened before and after the red, not by what-ifs. There's a thousand what-ifs that could have happened but that there's no point in discussing. What if Agbonglahor scored the winner? What if he scored an own goal? What if, instead of the red, the play continued and a team scored? What if the wind changed direction? What if the ref farted and it distracted their keeper? What if?

Just look at the game before and after the red. You couldn't tell the difference. In fact, the best chance after the card was Villa's.


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PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
42
25
13
38
1
3
13
17
1
39
22
14
36
2
3
12
17
2
32
12
18
30
3
5
9
17
3
31
10
19
29
4
4
9
17
4
29
15
13
28
6
2
9
17
5
27
9
21
30
4
6
7
17
6
27
-1
23
22
6
3
8
17
7
25
3
19
22
6
4
7
17
8
23
-5
23
18
6
5
6
17
9
22
-3
24
21
7
4
6
17
10
21
0
27
27
6
6
5
17
11
20
-10
21
11
7
5
5
17
12
19
-5
23
18
8
4
5
17
13
19
-9
24
15
4
10
3
17
14
17
-6
23
17
8
5
4
17
15
17
-12
32
20
10
2
5
17
16
15
-8
27
19
8
6
3
17
17
15
-14
26
12
8
6
3
17
18
13
-9
24
15
8
7
2
17
19
10
-14
29
15
11
4
2
17
20
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