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De Gea, Valencia, Bailly, Blind, Shaw; Pogba, Fellaini, Mata, Rooney, Martial; Ibrahimovic.

Wow mata starts again! I am happy for him tho
No memphis again.
Januzaj looks sharp.
If you are in America, nbc goal rush is pretty cool way to watch premier league when multiple games are on
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Definitely one way to make more 'muricans watch the sport!
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Ozil just scored a header. Again Ozil just scored a header 😱
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Its good to feel confident ahead of every game this season with a strong squad again. Its been a while now.
Yeah, not too long ago it felt that the potential to lose every game we went into was bigger than winning them
True that, we will also eventually loose that feeling of impending doom when approaching the last 15 minutes of a game.
Let me guess, that was a 100% nailed on penalty right? Because a certain set of fans said Shaw dived and that was almost a carbon copy lol.
Lol that Shaw dived comments were funny. To be fair that shows their footballing intelligence.

That was a clear penalty on Firmino.
On the replay the contact was outside the box.
yeah but carragher was right. its so hard to decide if it was outside or inside. the contact was outside but if you watch the replay, like 90% of his body were in the box. tough call
Watching Bayern play Werder Bremen was a total joke. Bremen leaving space everywhere, no pressure on the ball, Bayern open up opportunity over and over again its shocking, it's just something you'd never see in EPL matches, goes to show EPL is the strongest league.
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I don't think that's true lol... EPL is all about end to end football. Thats what makes it soo exciting imo

Buli is just one big bully hurting all the other teams, but a couple of nerds (Dortmund/Leverkusen) try to fight back, but will eventually fail
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Also why tactically La Liga is superior to everyone else, and why they have been dominant in europe for the past 8 years
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One Bayern victory in the Buli goes to show EPL is the strongest league. Such astute logic can't be questioned; carry on.
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In EPL, teams are closest to each other's levels specially after the new TV deals.

I think the best measure for a league's quality of football is how their representatives have done against each other and in Europe, Spanish teams overall are way ahead.
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To Pl teams, result is everything, and they will do anything to get the result even if it means playing boring or dirty football. Only big teams have a distinctive style.

Bundesliga teams feel like they are obsessed with pacey offense, they care little about balance and defense, they will try to outscore you.
@Zorsita "One Bayern victory"? Bayern have been thrashing Bundesliga teams seasons in seasons out. Bundesliga is pretty much one of EPL top 4 against a bunch of championship quality teams and Spurs as Dortmund to be exact.
Its so sad that you are playing in europa league, wish u were in cl in the same group as us we would've showed you how bundesliga teams play football.
And fyi Werder had the second worst defence last season and barely stayed in BL, this isnt a great example to compare the strenght of the league
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Lol. Didn't think there were still people like that left.
"Leicester won the EPL. Best league in the world."
*Meanwhile... All English teams destroyed in Europe*
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the way i see it the best teams(bayern, barca, real, juve, atletico) are from other countries but as a whole the premiere league is stronger and more competitive but hey you posted something that for some reason triggers alot of people(specially fans of other leagues) so be prepared to be bombarded with condescending replies from upset people.
@NZLfootballer you seem to have figured out our league with your analogy. Man I wished we could played you guys somehow in a meaningful match just to show you how much stronger we are than'one of EPL top 4' sides you claim we are.

But alas not this season tho. Hopefully next.

P.s remind me again who topped your CL group last season?? Not some championship team, was it??
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People don't understand what makes a league great. It's definitely not having one or two world class teams.
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Wouldn't say the premier league is better but it's true those team just sit there and roll over for Bayern. Lewandowski's second goal just proves that ,unmarked in the box and the 2 centre backs no where near him.
EPL : Most of the teams are quite equal in terms of quality and light year behind rest of teams in Europe..
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@Cjaystacks Bremen had the worst denfensive record last season and it's a wonder they managed to escape relegation. Basing the strength of the Buli solely on how bremen played well...

Epl is great, don't get me wrong,exciting and definitely the most competitive but that doesn't translate into being the strongest league @ Yaldho. And even if it isthe strongest just how does one Bayern victory prove that?? How does a bayern win in the Buli show anything of the strength of the EPL.
i think its quite easy to difference everything.
barca, real, bayern, athletico and juventus are the best teams right now. teams from the spanish league are the best teams in international competitions, they are now what english teams were years ago.
premier league is the most competitive at the moment, almost no easy games or teams who just get rolled over by the big teams. but it doesnt mean its the best league, most competitive, most spectacular maybe but not the strongest.
absolutely agree with zorsita
How do you guys rate league,for me it is on the basis of how certain teams in a same league performance in europa and ucl,unfortunately for you English teams are miserably failing in Europe.

You guys must have some balls to say epl is strongest league after all these miserable years in Europe,lol..
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One victory dosent mean anything. I'm talking in general. It's pretty pointless to talk about the quality of the league by comparing the best teams in the league. That is a completely different topic. Hey if it make people feel better then I'm all for it. Lol
Zorisita I clearly said the premier league isn't the best league and I've seen similar goals being conceded by other teams that faced Bayern
La Liga has by far the best teams in Europe, their performances in European competitions were flawless for seasons.
I do understand why some people say BPL is the best; entertaining wise it's definitely right at the top, because you just don't know who's gonna finish first. On the other hand, this is primarily due to the fact that the English teams all fall behind with respect to the strength of their clubs in comparison to the other leagues; the teams are quite equally strong but not as strong as to challenge Barca, Real or Bayern seriously.
I think one problem is the money; The english teams dont really have to worry about making good investments as their supply of money will never end, regardless what happens. They just "strengthen" their squads quite randomly, a good comprehensive approach is not recognizable in comparison to the big teams in Europe.
http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Football-News/2016/Aug/mourinho-happy-with-rashford-england-progress-and-says-he-is-no-2-to-zlatan.aspx?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=ManUtd

mourinho is saying the right words
Rashford and Iheanacho are having such parallel careers in the City, wonderful to watch with good heads on their shoulders. Will be interesting to see how both turn out in a year or two.
Ihenacho is so under the radar compared to Rashford. No wonder English players never reach their potential. Why did Rashford go to the Euros? I'll never know.
so jose mourinho saying good things about borthwick-jackson. also that he would like to have andreas pereira in the squad but he is leaving on loan to la liga side granada. also the chance of bastian getting minutes is very unlikely.
Basti is getting a 160k a week for a player who isn't in Joze's plans. You guys have 5 MFs who can play middle of the park available but only 2 positions available per game.

By the looks of it, Basti wants to stay and earn those checks while warming the bench or else he would have taken a wage cut and left already to another Bundesliga team who might need him. I'm sure plenty of teams can use Basti.

On a real tho, Basti just doesn't look up for it anymore. The man is legend no doubt but his more interested in watching tennis than playing football. I don't blame him, he knows his not getting another contract with wages like such in Europe and when his contract expires, he can just go to American or China. His won so much in his career, he knows he can now kick back and enjoy himself. Although I don't blame Joze for not playing him but I'm sure when injuries take place, Joze will use him.
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The problem is definitely his wages. Without him agreeing to a lesser wage, nobody is going to take a 32 yr old for so much money unless he is a game changer. This is going to be an ongoing problem with the bigger clubs. We are facing the same with Yaya.

Like you said, you cannot blame Basti. I wouldn't go to a different continent if I wanted to be near home.
Looking forward to seeing Pereira playing in la liga. I believe he will grow and mature more this season hopefully. Such a talented young player


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