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So after this weekend, are Leicester still the title favorites? Or is it Arsenal or Spurs? Or is it still too early to tell?
Leicester : Underdogs
Spurs : Dark horse
Arsenal : Title favorite
Man City : Under-performers
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It's still very up in the air imo. If anything I would say that the top for is probably decided.
I said this before a some of Pep's fan boys berated me for saying that announcing his imminent arrival with about half the season still to go is not just disrespectful to the incumbent manager but can be demoralising for the players as well. Players will be more prone to undermining the Manager bcos the Club has effectively announced that he ain't good enough. Is it too difficult to sign and keep it under raps for another 3 months at least? I'm pretty sure there are legal means of keeping such contracts secret.

This aint the Bundesliga were Bayern stroll to the title, here in this league u fight for the title and any dittering or uncertainty can cost u dearly. Look at Chelsea after winning the title by virtually staying top all season José decided to try a new pre season format and probably with the good intention of mitigating our key players' second half season slump but it backfired tremendously.

City better watch it with 2 other competitions to play in they might struggle to finish in the top 4. Sounds crazy but just look at Chelsea and u wont rule out anything in this league.
At this rate, Southampton look like getting top 4 lol, but other than that it seems that the top 4 is set, and the teams are just gonna challenge for the title...gonna be a great ending
I don't think the Pep decision has rattled City. The rumors were popping around for months, and until LvG started having a poor run, it was pretty much assumed that Pep would go nowhere but City anyway. There's no uncertainty that Pellegrini is their manager right now, and those players will want to win the title. Maybe a little distraction, but they're professionals led by a manager who has won the league before, so that shouldn't be any more bothersome than leaving the managerial choice for next season unannounced.

Rather, City's problems are tangible in that they rely too much on Kompany to defend, and too much on SIlva/Aguero to attack. Toure is a great player, but he shows up more games than others, and when those things don't line up, City struggle just as anyone else would. That's from my perspective at least.

I think they'll still make the top 4 because I don't see anyone behind them having the players or the form to replace them.
What is it with this Chelsea fetish with face masks..?!
Costa, Azpilicueta, Matic, Cahill,, Fabregas, Terry, Cech, Ba, Ramires, Torres... Who else?
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Ferreira.
It's just mental...
No no. At Chelsea, if you play s**t you gotta give the manager heads. Costa was s**t against us - got lucky in the last minute so he end up doing his manager a favor. Now he's scoring goals. Neat i'd say.
My thoughts on Hazard after failing to get on the big list of names on the score sheet against newcastle


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTmZEd7alHo
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Mourinho taking over man united would be very interesting...

- considering he is just coming from a Chelsea team which he built and destroyed; I mean selling romelu lukaku, Kevin de bryne, Mohammed salah and some others who have been in fantastic form this season did not favour his decision.. With regards to Chelsea's performance.
So how he will build the united team will be interesting to watch.. As there is really no special player on that squad.

- i am guessing the rivalry between him and pep guardiola will be reignited. And the 2 alone will be an interesting marketing strategy for the Manchester Derby.

- players like Juan Mata future has already been thrown into doubt considering in his best form mourinho didn't even see him as a valuable asset at Chelsea and quickly sold him. So how much more the other players whom I know are really not even close to Mata's quality.
I see a big exodus of players from Man united.

- will mourinho be giving the financial support he will definitely need to bring in players considering Van gaal spent more than required to produce nothing.
I should think so, but united shares have dropped, ifbthey don't make it to UCL, they are in trouble of loosing more financially and it won't be easy to tempt big names to play for them.

So if I am to say, mourinho has a really difficult task at hand as Man United's new manager; but from United's recent history record with managers, he could be right for the team and united actually do give their managers freedom to operate... So, it will be interesting
The next man utd manager has to be Benitez:)
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No offense to Utd but theirs nothing for him to destroy. He will be given the money, if not he wouldn't bother taking the job. Joze has always been a spending manager, his going to build Utd and his going to start from the back. Although one player I could potentially see him going for is Gareth Bale. The team has yet to bring in a Di Maria replacement and with Rooney fading a away, the team needs a leading top class player to become the face of the team. I think Bale more than anything would come back to the PL, its only going to come down to if a team makes a serious move for him. Bale and Depay on both flanks with Rooney in the middle and Martial up top could look really dangerous.

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Arsene Wenger gives by far the most interesting and informative press conferences. The majority of managers often just rattle off the same incoherent nonsense every week, while Wenger actually engages with the journalists and give them something genuine to take away.
This is Wenger's pre Leicester talk, where he also gives his insight on ticket prices:
www.footytube.com/video/arsene-wenger-pre-arsenal-vs-leicester-402528?ref=lchan_vidgrid
Agreed, Wenger is great at avoiding generic "manager speak."
I actually like Wenger

Though he's a bit out of touch. He's the highest paid football manager in this country, so it's way too easy for him to tell people who save up to go to the football each week to ignore the issues.

Still respect him a lot though for what he's done
He didn't say to ignore the issues. He gave a good explanation of the costs English clubs have compared with other countries.
Ok I should've been more specific. The protests
Also just like with most jobs if your bosses continue to be impressed with your work you'll continue to get raises every few years. Wenger has been there a LONG time to build up to that salary. And also obviously the footballing world is a very lucrative industry
Who has the most expensive Premier League tickets?
http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/35545999
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holy s**t that arsenal price.
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Yeah we're mugs...
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Four most expensive teams from London.
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I'm more surprised by West Ham ticket price and why their fans have not rioted yet
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WH fans love dem bubbles.

besides look at their team, clearly the money is being put back in the league.
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lol at city, cheaper tickets compared to the rest and still cant fill their stadium
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Before that answer, BBC really needs to get with the program, freekin the whole world is using YouTube these bozos are using a video player that was invented in the 70s. It stops before it plays and plays before it stops. hehhhehehehee

Its fine I would rather have my money be in my bank then their bank. After all, the best way to watch football is online with all the camera angles and replays. hehehhe
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Spurs, Arsenal, and Hammers have or are dealing with new stadiums, perhaps that's the major contributing factor?
The talk of West Ham United has been weather Dimitri Payet should be in the French squad or not.

The French squad is loaded imo. Its going to be tough for him, as good as he has been. Deschamps usually deploys a 4-3-3 formation with Benz likely to play up-front ( if his cleared from the suspension his serving), Griezman has been on fire with Atletico so I don't see him being dropped and he will likely play in the RW position as an outside forward just like he did during the WC. All that's left is the LW position which will leave him facing Anthony Martial. Its tough because Marital will provide goals and Payet will provide assists.

God the French are so stacked, Coq-block doesn't get a call up. It would be a shame if he too was left out of the Euros. I haven't watch much of Cabaye at Palace but is he really better than Coq-block?
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I don't think Coquelin is competing with Cabaye. His direct competition would be Matuidi? France do have a lot of talent to choose from. It must be hard to pick a balanced side and not omit a talented attacker.

Will the bribery scandal affect Benzema's selection? I could see something like this...

Matuidi - Cabaye
Griezmann - Payet - Martial
Giroud (no bias :P)

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yeah honestly france is absolutely loaded. so many top players spread across the best leagues in the world. right now i'd say they have the most high-quality talent in europe. the only department they are sort of lacking is wings and striker. on form giroud and benzema are more than enough, but who knows what form they will be in by the time the games come around.
The strikers are what will let France down imo, Giroud is a good striker but is not very very good, not to mention hes a big confidence striker, and the french fans have a history on getting on his back quite a bit. And Benzema ALWAYS goes missing for France.

I think Anthony Martial is the way to go.
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Such a long way they've come from Valbuena and Gomis being staples
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Benzema goes missing for France? Did you watch the world cup mate?
Wow, all this talk about France and their midfield and no mentioning Paul Pogba? Is he that overrated guys lol?
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Yup, and how did France do again?
Well lets be honest here. Although I do think Benz played well against Switz, Hondu, Ecuador and Nigeria. When the real test came up against Germany, Benz was a no show.
@SilvaMaestro....Pogba is so average. Couldn't even get into a Utd squad that was fielding the likes of Darren Fletcher and Wes Brown.

*waits for outrage*
^What!!! Madness I say!!!
The new premier league badge looks god awful, why couldn't we just stick with the current one we have, theres nothing wrong with it! Stop changing things!
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people will do anything for the money, cant blame them.
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yeah that's how i felt when my uni changed its logo. it looks cheap, and it lacks character. but apparently this type of s**t, plain-looking and simplistic logo is easier to print for marketing and good for branding purposes. lame.
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^ thanks Brendan Rodgers
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Four things are certain in this world
1. Death
2. Taxes
3. Robben cuttin' from right to take left-footed shot
4. Arsenal
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Arsenal are 3rd bic boii
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lmao
Next week they will be n.4 again
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Only a matter of time, its the Arsenal way.
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Hahaha buklau
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hahhahah Robben cuttin right to left. The goalkeepers can now plan ahead "oh Robben has the ball lets jump now". Commemorators "what a great save by the keeper, how did he get there so quick".
wrong section had to go under different discussion
LIKA SOM BO DEE! Ah do not know whyyyy Arsenal Ahlways fourth & Citeh ahlways end ap shitehhh.


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D
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19
29
48
3
8
15
26
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51
27
20
47
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9
14
26
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51
18
23
41
5
6
15
26
3
47
20
28
48
7
5
14
26
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9
24
33
7
8
11
26
5
40
10
24
34
8
7
11
26
6
40
9
31
40
6
10
10
26
7
38
2
36
38
8
8
10
26
8
36
1
28
29
10
6
10
26
9
36
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32
27
10
6
10
26
10
35
11
35
46
7
11
8
26
11
33
2
36
38
9
9
8
26
12
32
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32
27
12
5
9
26
13
32
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32
24
10
8
8
26
14
28
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30
12
7
7
26
15
27
-10
34
24
11
9
6
26
16
24
-20
50
30
14
6
6
26
17
24
-22
49
27
14
6
6
26
18
23
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50
32
15
5
6
26
19
16
-26
46
20
16
7
3
26
20
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