Levistein (Levi Stein)
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Levi Stein
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5 years ago
Levistein nominated F. Lampard (59') for Goal of the Week
Villa look very poor right now. No play-makers in the squad. Darren Bent is a real threat up top, but they must solidify their midfield.
Villa has their work cut out for them next season
6 years ago
Congrats to City. Great perseverance and resilience
Props to City for winning the title. Congrats to Arsenal and Tottenham for lucking up the CL spots. I hope Chelsea can take away that fourth slot with a win nex...
Props to Wigan Athletic for again showing such resilience and proving that they belong in the top flight.
Too relaxed from Chelsea, but props to Newcastle for rebounding from a highly embarrassing loss last game and to Cisse for scoring two wonder strikes.
I've always been a huge supporter of Fernando Torres and I couldn't be happier to see him in such fine form lately.
I agree with the comments regarding Di Matteo. He has done wonders for Chelsea the past several weeks. He deserves a full time spot.
Viva Chelsea! Amazing win and perseverance tonight. Blues for life! Can't wait for the finals!
What an entertaining match. This could have huge implications on the title race
Out of the teams in relegation battle, Wigan continuously seems to prove they deserve to stay up.
Ugly. But such an important, vital win.
Tough loss for Arsenal.
Brilliant late response from City, but lacked that vigor for the other 95% of game.
We still believe, Torres.
Tough result for Liverpool. What a stark contrast between Cisse and Carrol. Cisse has been brilliant this season for Newcastle
Not one for red cards, but that Cisse tackle is just awful.
Out of the teams fighting to avoid relegation, I think Wigan stands a good chance of remaining in the Prem.
The Crouch goal is yummy.
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