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Premier league owners rich list.

Very interesting how wealthy some of these owners are, a few surprises;

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/31713910
FIFA 15 Tournament is on! (Ps4 only)

Here is where you go to participate (its on a first come first serve basis so enter quick, i'm looking for 15 particpants atm, could change if i recieve a very high volume)

http://www.footytube.com/forums/off-topic/fifa-15-tournament-ps4-only-31361/
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I would if my internet speed wasn't sh*t. also, timezones are a b***h.
So I'm seeing all these headlines saying, "Cisse accepts FA spitting charge." Wasn't Evans the one who spit first? (correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that's a bit unfair to put his name in the headlines)

Maybe it was because Evans denied his charges? To me, if that's the case then the focus should be turned on the guy who doesn't admit his faults rather than one who's manning up to his actions.
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The minister for sport, Helen Grant, has backed a major campaign against sexism in football as footage emerged of large scale abusive chanting at Premier League

Video footage taken at Manchester United and Arsenal earlier this season shows grossly offensive chanting aimed at the Chelsea club doctor, Eva Carneiro

At the Emirates, a handful of supporters chant: “Have you ever had a Gooner up your arse,” at Carneiro.

Its really pathetic and shameful!!...IMO fans in UK should be seriously scrutinized to control the racist and abusive chanting going around. I have no idea about how bad the situation is in Spain or Italy, but at the moment PL fans are not doing any good to the image of the game.
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Lot of ground to be covered to solve that problem. Pretty bad from those fans to say such things. Hooliganism at its best. Thankfully it is not violent like it has been in some nations like argentina and egypt recently. Football has a long way to go.

On a related topic, I always wondered why women's football has not caught up as much yet. The only female sports that are truly popular are the individual ones, specifically athletics and tennis. I guess we as viewers also have an inherent bias, don't we? We like to watch what the majority of the viewers do - which is men's football.
wow who would have thought everton would potentially be involved in a relegation battle. Martinez really worked hard to bring them to wigan's level. they should have stuck with moyes
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After the purchase of Lukaku, I thought they would be fighting for top 4
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And Lukaku wants to play fr a top club.

#Whiney
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Stuck with Moyes? The footballing genius?!
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Moyes was pragmatic enough to keep Everton mid-top table, for the most of his tenure there.
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Hope they don't go down, they've been in the Premier League for the second longest amount of consecutive years of any team. Consistency.
Both Chelsea and Manchester Utd didn't deserve to win. According to chances the opposition teams had, those were lucky wins. Can't believe that Newcastle missed like two, 100% chances. Really, the result is disappointing.
Ok makes sense...who ever misses most chances should have got 3 points. And De Gea and Courtios should recieve 3 match suspension for doing there duties
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"According to chances"

So what you're saying is that you didn't watch either the Chelsea or United match and yet can say with absolute certainty that both didn't deserve to win? Righto...
Please. The best teams can win dirty one week and win in a glorified scoreline the next.

Chelsea and United both deserved their wins.
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It's been more than "one week" since United's last "glorified" victory though. No matter, Young will run out of form sooner or later.
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Newcastle had a stonewall penalty denied so I feel for them. Not to mention Krul thinking he was a man Utd midfielder with that assist lol
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@Zilch
Hah, you're right, I didn't watch the matches, just the highlights. But the number of scoring chances was even in the matches, in fact, West Ham had more chances than Chelsea.

@Bazinga
I don't think that the goalkeepers saved the day in the matches. If Riviere would be a good striker, then most probably he would convert that chance into a goal. I want to remind you guys that in the biggest chances of West Ham and Newcastle the goalkeepers were hit by the ball, it was too little time to react.

@ScouserDan
Yes, that's true. About the penalty.

@Lfcguy
Exactly, I believe that Young will never be in form like he was when he played in Aston Villa. I watched him in 2008-09 season and he was absolutely brilliant player. Now he's average. Or I should say, the defensive tactic Man United is playing with makes him look like an average player.
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The Chelsea-West Ham game could have ended 5-5.

West Ham had a lot of ugly chances; the ball bouncing around inside the 6-yard box with someone finally getting just barely a toe on it to send it goal bound. Chelsea had a lot of clean chances that just barely didn't make it.

Again, I think it could have been 5-5. But Chelsea definitely looked like the more skilled team.
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@Proactivefan before young was deployed as a wingback under LVG he was a winger who never offered much attacking thrust or did you miss the last few seasons?

To be fair to young this season he has been pretty decent especially playing in the wing back position.
Chelsea certainly deserved their win. Hazard's goal was off side (close) but although WHU had their chances, Chelsea know how to win games that aren't silky smooth. West Ham had so many chances that they missed, but also Chelsea's defender have to be applauded for putting their bodies on the line game after game.

It was a great game to watch. While I was mad that I couldn't find a decent Arsenal stream that day, I enjoyed rooting on my fantasy prospects from the neutral :D
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Whats going on with liverpool and their long ranger!? O.o whatever it is, its good to see such goals. Brings back the old premier league days where players arent afraid to let it fly!
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Henderson thinks he is Gerrard. :|
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Good to see Jonas Gutierrez back on the pitch

#Fighter #Respect :')
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So everyone won, i guess i'll have to actually give praise.......kinda (POEM)
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On a night where it wasn't all safe and sound
All top 8 teams had won to everyone's astound
Ashley young opened his mouth and no bird poop was found
He also made headlines that didn't involve him going to the ground

Tim Krul recorded more last minute heroics as United strike
Which Ashley do United thank more... Young or Mike?

I liked Ashley Young's post match interview where he had this to unfurl
"People are always going to question the biggest club in the world"

Then i thought, what have Real Madrid got to do with any of this?
75% of the earth is covered by water the rest is covered by Hugo Lloris

Speaking of Lloris, De Gea could break a new record that could cause some intrigue
He could go on and become the first individual to qualify for the Champions League

Back to Spurs where Townsend actually scored by cutting back inside
And even Hazard with his head but he may have been fractionally offside

Speaking of Chelsea, how awfull were those white and gold third kits
Not as awfull as how that defender felt when Özil destroyed him to bits

The way Liverpool are playing, teams coming to Anfield will start bringing vaseline
Imagine if Liverpool had an average start, a top 2 finish wouldn't have been unforeseen

From Steven Gerrard to Jordan Henderson
Its like it was always meant to have been

Soon we'll be hearing a new 'captain fantastic' ryhme on the radio
Forget Bend it like Beckham, how about Curl it like Coutinho?

:P
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that Lloris one got me! hahahaha. Love it Bluff. :D

#CurlitLikeCoutinho
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"All top 8 teams had won to everyone's astound
Ashley young opened his mouth and no bird poop was found"

You had me from there Bluff.... :D hahahahaha

You are brilliant at these poems I will admit!
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Great to see Jonas back, what a great reception, would have loved to see him score! Hats off to the Newcastle fans!

http://streamable.com/sjd6
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Top Goalscorers

 
S. Agüero
17
Diego Costa
17
C. Austin
15
H. Kane
14
A. Sánchez
13
S. Berahino
12
P. Cissé
11
E. Hazard
10
O. Giroud
10
R. van Persie
10

Seeing Red

P. Konchesky
2 2
K. Naughton
0 2
G. Barry
10 1
C. Chambers
8 1
C. Clark
8 1
J. Barton
8 1
G. Agbonlahor
7 1
N. Matić
7 1
J. Shelvey
7 1
T. Huddlestone
6 1

Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
63
35
22
57
2
6
19
27
1
58
32
27
59
4
7
17
28
2
54
23
30
53
6
6
16
28
3
53
21
26
47
5
8
15
28
4
51
12
30
42
7
6
15
28
5
49
19
20
39
9
4
15
28
6
47
6
38
44
8
5
14
27
7
42
-1
34
33
10
6
12
28
8
40
-4
37
33
10
7
11
28
9
39
5
34
39
9
9
10
28
10
35
-11
43
32
11
8
9
28
11
30
-8
39
31
12
9
7
28
12
30
-10
36
26
12
9
7
28
13
28
-8
41
33
12
10
6
28
14
27
-11
37
26
13
9
6
28
15
26
-16
39
23
10
14
4
28
16
25
-23
38
15
15
7
6
28
17
22
-19
47
28
17
4
6
27
18
22
-22
47
25
14
10
4
28
19
18
-20
44
24
17
6
4
27
20
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