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Is there ANYONE out there who isn't shaking his/her head in disbelief after today's matches? Craziest Super-Sunday EVER!
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Yup for all the games, except for United...for them it's more like when they win a game these days and not break another record LOL...
^High scoring match, but too bad the favorites won tho.
Great sunday !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That awkward moment when Lampard scores against Chelsea...
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Oh irony
You couldn't have written about it lol
Frankie Frankie Lampard he went light blue light blue and f****d us in the arse.
Oh frankie frankie lampard he went light blue light blue and f****d us in the arse.
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Mourinho obviously forgot Lampard has keys to the Chelsea bus...
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A weekend full of Surprise. That's why i love Football!
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Liverpool announce they are open to any offers for their defensive coach from Manchester United!
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Damn Southampton just flicking everyone off:) You can buy all their talents but their still going to keep on wining.
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Well they strengthened their team and used their funds well.
Tadic replaced lallana, pelle replaced lambert, and they got bertrand, mane, long and a few others. But yea they've done better than what most people including myself expected
Southhampton are just proving how much of a quality club they are and why they should be respected. Money well earned and it seems money well spent despite all the criticism they received.
Oh the irony...city and chelsea fans praising a "selling club":p
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^ I often praise you sometimes too :P
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Is it me or are tadic and pelle better than lallana and lambert (cheaper too)
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Their form right now suggests that. Time will tell though.
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Pardew is good manager . mike ashley is not good club owner

i feel how much pressure to pardew ,
I agree Booba. I think Pardew needs to be given a chance with a proper owner. On his day he is better than the AVB's and Brendan Rodgers. With proper resources he can even be better than Van Gaal, Ancelotti and dare I say it Guardiola
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He was manager of the year 2 years ago. But if he does get the axe he'll leave with a pretty big severance package. He still has 6 years left in his contract.
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That manager of the year seems more and more like a fluke every single week that passes by.

He did great getting them to 5th back in the 11/12 season, but it's gone backwards for him and the club ever since. There's been a massive investment in the club with nothing to show for it. They were never able to replicate the form they did that season.

Even though Mike Ashley said that he's not thinking about sacking Pardew even if they lost to Hull, which they almost did. Surely, time must be running out for Pardew.

Any capable manager should do better with a talented squad like that.
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Well he did bring on some new significant signings and their going to take sometime to adjust together but the first mistake for me was Demba Ba's release clause. Ba and Cisse were something special, I'm not even a fan of Newcastle but those two were amazing together and feed off of each others talent. They needed to build on that successful team and then maybe they would have kept significant players like Yohan Cabaye but they were losing star players. Another problem with them is their CBs, I mean Coloccini/Williamson are not good enough and the fact that they didn't spend any money on quality CBs this summer was a bit shocking.

I did think Pardew was a good manager his not in control anymore and the club needs someone who can save this team and bring some wining attitude back into them and pushing them to win, someone who can take control. I think one way or the other Pardew is going to be sacked and Tony Pulis should be brought in considering he actually knows what to do with a struggling team. Hell Newcastle has more quality then Palace so I'm sure it wouldn't take him long to pull things together.
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That awkward moment when Downing played better than Gerrard...
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It was always going to be difficult after losing best player in the league and this reminds me about the season spurs had after selling Bale and investing on 5-6 average players....130m spent and not a single player even close to Suarez quality shame!!
That epic coincidence when Liverpool are 8th and Southampton 2nd.

Exchanged positions. The transfer window went well. xD
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Better make sure you guys sing about it next match against City, don't forget.
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juggling the ucl has started to take it's toll...I always felt it would be too tough for liverpool the first time back..
ScouserDan - Naah..we all know which famous song fans love to sing..The slip song :D
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BIG PLAYer STEWART DOWNING !!! comon ,stop support famouse players and give attention to normal players who does their best and do much better
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We need a proper DM, haven't had one since Mascherano :(
I don't think conceding 2 goals in first 7 minutes can be attributed to CL. West Ham were quick off the blocks and bullied Liverpool for much of the early stages. Quicker on the attack, won most of the 50-50s. The defence was pretty atrocious tbh, whether it be 2 or 3 at the back. Think Brendan needs to find the right pair and FAST (stating the obvious).
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It won't be as awkward as Lampard playing vs Chelsea in a Man City Jersey.
^It happens more often than you'd think. It won't be awkward, just like it wasn't awkward when we beat Drogbatasaray last year.
West Ham were just all over Liverpool, like Surajloks 12345 said they were quicker in attack and won most of the 50-50s, not only that they picked up loose balls in the middle of the park and miss passes and turned on Liverpool to bounce on the opportunity. Liverpool couldn't get themselves back in the game because West Ham wouldn't let them.

I thought Downing man marking Gerrard was brilliant (read: annoying as f**k). When there's 10 men behind the ball, and the source of attack stems from one player, it makes sense to limit/pressure his options.
Yesterday Downing and the week before it was Agbonlahor.I guess teams have found out the weak link in our team.
If Suarez played, Liverpool would have won
@Rajmahal
They already sold one to Barcelona...how many more do they have???
A team of Suarez's vs a team of Costa's...

A team of Suarez's vs a team of Pepe's...

So is Ozil off the hitless for people now or did he not score his goal as well as he should have?
1 game doesn't make up for months of poor performances, but he was good today.
Funny stuff

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2204046-10-footballers-who-would-look-better-with-roy-keanes-beard
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That's brilliant, thanks for sharing.
Ozil is pulling it off


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7
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7
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1
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5
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6
0
7
7
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3
1
5
10
6
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8
7
3
0
2
5
11
5
1
8
9
2
2
1
5
12
5
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5
4
2
2
1
5
13
5
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13
11
2
2
1
5
14
5
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10
8
2
2
1
5
15
5
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7
3
2
2
1
5
16
4
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6
5
1
4
0
5
17
4
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11
3
3
1
1
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18
3
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4
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19
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