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Indian Footballer Peter Biaksangzuala dies after somersault during goal celebration goes horribly wrong

http://www.sportskeeda.com/football/indian-footballer-dies-somersault-goal-celebration

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/news-and-comment/indian-footballer-dies-after-somersault-celebration-goes-terribly-wrong-9805612.html

RIP
Richard Dunne, first player to score double digit own goals (10) in PL history. Respect.
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and who better than Carragher to analyze that own goal.
#doublerespect
#banter
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That goal by Coutinho was also a deflection, so seriously, QPR had just given Liverpool a courtesy 3 points. Charity at its best. I'm lovin it.
Victor Moses with one of the softest penalty shouts of the decade.
gif pls
https://mediacru.sh/oyqyU0j14iSC

gif of moses dive
Look at that third angle, Rangel extends his right hand forward onto Moses's back and looks as if he pushes him down hard, when in reality he probably just brushes him, so it is a dive but from the ref's angle it looks like a hard push.
Comedy Central ova' here at Loftus Road.

Did you miss it? Don't worry, we'll be back again on Wednesday against Real Madrid.


*Disclaimer* No guarantee of own goals
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Wednesday*
Still above Arsenal LOL.
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It's still early in the season, 1 slip up and we'll be ahead ;) meanwhile, you guys are playing against one of the best 3 teams in the world, I'd be scared to face them, no matter which team I support, unless I'm a fan of one of the FCBs.
^"slip up" hehe
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^"^"slip up" hehe" hehe
^"^"^"slip up" hehe" hehe" hehe
c-c-c-c-combo breaker
Koeman: "It will be difficult because Sunderland are strong opponents with a good defence and organisation."
hey there i like ur sarcasm
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Koeman has been Coach of the season so far. If Southampton finish around 5/6 place I can see him being picked up by a bigger club.
Man that girl Chelsea, such a tease, you think you have her, then boom! Leaves you their hanging.
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I hate that bitch!
Don't say those things.. I'm in love with her ♥
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Sorry man, she was just so mean to me.
No she wasn't
Southampton is just telling the world, media, pochettino and the players they sold to go f**k themseleves. What a statement. Best defense in the league atm and scoring for fun. Can they keep it up??? I think they can if they stay fit. What business in the transfer window. Sell average players for tenfold their transfer fees and replace them with hidden gems. Also, continues to churn out young english players like a factory.

Koeman is doing fantastic. Certainly an early nomination for manager of the season. Big Sam also deserves a mention.
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those average players they sold were gems in Southapmton kit, Pochettino was a genius and candidate for manager of the year around this time last season lets wait until the end of the year
I like the passion and honesty of your post but Leave Pochettino out of this, he was leaving if Cortese was leaving, that was just part of the agreement
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Suddenly those players who were brilliant last season are average? Will you be saying the same if they end up selling these hidden gems next year? Southampton made a strong start last season too. Let's wait till the half-way mark and see where they are. It would be refreshing to see them still in the top-4 at that time; too early right now.
wasn't meant as criticize for him leaving the club I'm just saying he was favorite of most neutrals and pundits, I will wait before I jump on that train but I will say that its a sign of Top organization maintaining the club identity and creating winning mentality all while losing a Manager and key players
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Yes its too early, but nothing wrong in praising what they have achieved so far this season after the departures

How many times have big club fans giving bullsh*t reasons when they buy 3 - 4 new players and start the season badly...oh our players are new. Oh our manager is new..give them some damn time to gel etc....so considering they sold more than half the team and a new manager came in...this is one hell of a achievement to be in the position they are right now.

Dont know where they will finish by end of the season..but they have already proved a point to people who left.
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Even Southhampton fans weren't as scared as the rest of us were when they were selling their marquee players. What most of us missed was the fact that they still had the core of their spine intact (and their fans knew that).

But ofcourse we all just assumed that b/c they sold the headline players they would simply crumble, we forgot to look at the bigger picture and see that they have other good players too (and not just the players they brought in). They will do fine.....
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In other words, BluFF, you're suggesting that we, aka the public opinion, are the ones who should go fk ourselves. I agree
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Koeman: brilliant player, brilliant manager, pure class.
They did a good job replacing their star players last season. They replaced Lambert with Pelle and Lallana with Tadic. Kept Schneiderlin their core man in the middle and Wanyama is starting to look solid and brought back Mayuka and bought Mane and got Shane Long with Rodriguez soon to come back in. For Lovern they've got Alderweireld, Gardos and Ryan Bertrand for Shaw.

Koeman has done a good job bringing in some good replacements and only time will tell how well they keep this up but so far they have been fantastic.
lol MODM, naaa, maybe just those who actually thought Southhampton would get relegated (*cough* Robbie Savage)
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Jesus Christ Southampton!
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Meanwhile at St. Mary's ...

https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfa1/v/t1.0-9/10599424_378279529014904_325619074189463075_n.png?oh=0768dae23372d66999ff5aab0a07bbe2&oe=54F0F46E&__gda__=1420664894_167c7f809971a9e8cc679c4bd4cbae88
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Tadic 4 assist impressive
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Cesc who?
Cesc Fàbregas. You know, the guy who played for Barça, then Arsenal, then Barça again and now Chelsea. Also gets about 20 assists a season.
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