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Aguero and Koeman win the January POTM and MOTM, respectively.

Congrats to both.
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Aaaaaaaaand Arsenal in 4th spot.

:-|
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"I fight for what is rightfully mine"
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Aaaaaand Tottenham are dreaming of title glory.

Aaaaaand the City are expected to win the title.

Aaaaaand Leicester are playing one match at a time and doesn't care.

I think that sums it up.
Claudio Ranieri, the true special one?
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The amazing one. I think he fights crime at night.
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Well he is apart of the Barclays Premier League, saviours of the world football. Without the Premier League the world would come to an end as we know it.
Interestingly he has not won a league in-spite of managing 16 clubs over a period of 30 years...Hopefully he can make it this season.
In fact he's another one the special one called a failure.

Ranieri is the wise one. He didn't upset the club. He had a holistic effect like when Pellegrini took over
Feckin disgusting! Shame on you Man City!
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/disabled-eight-year-old-everton-10809157#_ga=1.266492686.18138381.1364107997
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2982701/Man-arrested-shocking-video-shows-Chelsea-Tottenham-fans-brawling-tube-platform-Wembley-cup-final.html

Shame on you Spurs !!!

See what i did there ?
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For you to even begin to compare those two incidents Malik shows that those siestas are slowing your mind.
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No comparison whatsoever!
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Not comparable at all
Absolutely sickening to verbally abuse a child in this way. Shame on those people!

@Malik it's true all fan bases have some despicable fans but let's not compare different stories to this one since the original poster was sharing a story about some so called 'fans'.
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From the same match

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/manchester-city-fans-attack-everton-7270801

Luckily not all Man City fans are like this but these people should be BANNED for such acts.
Wow, wow, wow, not even shame on them, they should be shot. Fkn lunatics amped up on alcohol, and stewards doing fk all. Disgusting.

Those aren't Manchester City fans, or football fans whatsover, those are just some sick, twisted bastards. But more shame on those gutless stewards.

"Luckily not all Man City fans are like"

Don't need to write that sentance at all imo, not many human biengs are like that i'd say. Just the kinds that are mentally ill or just plain mentally retarded.
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Right, just wanted to clarify so people don't think I'm making a sweeping generalization of City fans.
no one wants liability at this kind of population level but then again telling that to his face doesn't solve the problem.
I didn't compare both incident what I objected to was northstream's shaming man city as whole.

They could haven't prevented this idiots and certainly didn't knew what they were upto before hand , at best what city as club can do is to help identify them , corporate with authority & place a stadium ban on them.

How would you guys feel if I shame spurs as a club or Chelsea as a club for acts of idiots that call themselves their fans ?
I can tell you what would have happened at White Hart Lane. If a small group cause offense they'll be removed immediately and they won't be coming back again - ever. Spurs was in fact the first club that set up the system where you can text the row/seat numbers if any problems to security. They will instantly have cameras on the spot and guards to come and sort it out.

The Premier League has since pretty much been cleaned up of the most disgusting behavior we saw in England in past decades. Other places in Europe still have some very bad elements, incl in the Dutch Eredivisie. An Italian friend of mine (keen Sampdoria fan) who lives in Amsterdam, won't take his kid to Eredivisie games but travels across to England instead, where it's now great for families and kids to attend.
About to blow up this page by commenting on my own post... But we're all talking about it, so out of curiosity, how about a quick poll? (by liking a certain post)

And please don't turn this into a debate on which league is best/toughest/hardest to win etc

Like this post if you think pep will win the EPL title next season (his first with city)
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Like this one if you think pep won't win next year, but will win the epl with man city within 3 seasons
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Like this one if you think he'll never win the epl with man city
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Like This one if he'll win a CL trophy within his first 3 seasons with man city
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And sorry for posting on my own post so many times, but I was curious about people's opinions, but lastly:

Like this post if you think pep will never win the CL with man city
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Like this if you don't really give a crap.
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Ha I knew I'd get some backlash, of course from a Barca/Madrid type.

Just wait for tmrw when I ask u guys what position CFC will finish in the league and post 20 options
Lol, I'm just joking bro. It's just that the Pep hype is getting a bit too real. He's just one man. Sure, he's the best manager there is (IMO), but a manager can only do so much. Put him in charge of Leicester and there's no way he could do any better than what Claudio Ranieri, a manager who most people had forgotten about a long time ago, could do.

He'll definitely make City better, especially in the long run, but he won't walk in there and win a treble right away. In fact, I don't think he'll ever win the CL with them unless he stays for more than a decade.

Pep was EXACTLY right for Barça; like the perfect glove on a hand that craved one. But he's not the perfect glove for city - no man is. That club is not yet in a position to achieve major successes year after year.
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Klopp and Pep, the Messiahs of Liverpool and Manchester!
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Liverpool still playing the same to the same mediocrity of brendan rodgers under klopp. He is in for a shock in the epl. but who knows he might succeed but im not buying the hype
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Klopp's impact has been minimal. He's not gonna get any award like Ranieri or Hiddink (Still unbeaten?) but PEP comes with a bigger name and.. definitely a bigger warchest (200m at least - so I heard). Klopp hasn't spent a dime on the market, I believe. Pep is going to make Manchester dominating again.. With Mancity.
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Leicester now 10 points ahead of the 5th. Does anyone still think they won't make top 4 this season? It would require a massive leap from United or West Ham and a massive fallback from Leicester.
United and West Ham are threats for Arsenal maybe...Not Leicester. They will make Top-4 for sure
I think they have their sights on the tittle. If they are top after the next two games they will be favorites to win it for me considering they have no other distractions like cup matches.
they won't make top four. they will be lucky to end up even 5th. they will end up probably 6th or 7th honestly.
10 points is 3 games and 1 point.

leicester have been really impressive, but the way the table stands... i think we should wait until week 30-32 to start deciding top 4.

4 weeks ago i was sure everton should be in the top 5 at least; but....
^So you are convinced that in the 14 remaining games they'll lose at least 11 points compared to United? That is highly unrealistic.

I'd bet a LOT of money on them finishing top 4 and I'm fairly certain they'll even do better. They have done well against small teams AND big ones. They won't be stopped now with only a third of the season left with such a commanding lead over 5th placed United.
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since we can't have a monetary bet lets have a gentleman's bet. at the end of the season if they are not in the top 4 i get to choose your dp for the duration of the summer prior to the new season. if they do u can do the same with mine. deal? noway will they end up top four. they will burn out soon. watch this space :D
Cjayzz, why were you sure Everton would be in top-5, 4 weeks ago?

They had only 26pts at the halfway stage & not even in top-7!, while Leicester are 1st & 10 clear of 5th.

EDIT: Gohonaf, I am up for the bet. Leicester WILL finish in top-4. Let me know before Saturday. :P
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Spurs with the highest GD in the league o.O

They've really snuck up on the rest of the teams
It's likely Spurs and Arsenal win against Watford and Bournemouth this weekend. If City can beat Leicester then the points will be 50 50 48 48.

Then next weekend it will be Arsenal playing Leicester and Spurs playing City. What a set up that would be.
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That would indeed be quite sick. But I don't think City will be able to beat Leicester. It'll probably be a draw.
At this time of the year I usually play this little game
http://www.thefishy.co.uk/calculator0.php?Competition=1

To my surprise, Spurs won the league
LOL! Whoever made that hates City or is a United fan.


Spurs winning isn't a surprise(considering the factors they use). We have 6 wins, 1 draw & 1 defeat from our last 8 league games.
Good on you, Becks!
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-35467569
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Respect! David Beckham has always been a nice guy!
Warms my heart! Gj Becks :)
Off topic
Ok I've got one, no disrespect just a little fun. So in the 2013/14 season Mourihino said Chelsea was the "Little Horse" even while being just a couple points from the top spot, so what does that make Chelsea this season? The Microsopic Horse? Badumm tiss :D
Injured "little horse"....retried hurt this season.
Mourinho explained this a few seasons ago.. The reason behind reasons. Sponsors matters, he knew and explained back then. Let me share it with you guys. UNICEF, does it ring a bell? Yes it was and is the sponsor for Barca, mourinho explained it brought them victories and buy the refferres.

Roman made a huge mistake ditching samsung and going for that tire company, it doesn't fit his bus. Plus, who doesn't love koreans and their gadgets? - sent from samsung note 5.

The 4 horsemen of the apocalypse. (Hazard, costa, fabregas, and terry)!
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We are an ailing horse recovering slowly from Jose's cocktail of drugs which he administered in his desperate bid to turn the little horse into a competitive racehorse.
How about little horseshit ;)


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18
26
44
2
8
14
24
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47
23
23
46
5
5
14
24
2
45
25
19
44
3
9
12
24
3
45
15
22
37
5
6
13
24
4
40
10
21
31
6
7
11
24
5
39
10
28
38
5
9
10
24
6
34
8
24
32
8
7
9
24
7
34
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34
30
8
7
9
24
8
33
1
26
27
9
6
9
24
9
33
-4
28
24
9
6
9
24
10
32
9
34
43
6
11
7
24
11
31
-4
29
25
11
4
9
24
12
29
-2
34
32
9
8
7
24
13
29
-8
31
23
9
8
7
24
14
28
-10
39
29
10
7
7
24
15
26
-9
32
23
10
8
6
24
16
23
-18
46
28
13
5
6
24
17
21
-19
44
25
13
6
5
24
18
19
-19
47
28
15
4
5
24
19
13
-22
40
18
15
7
2
24
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