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7 hours ago, an tha said:

Spurs will dick the mancs because they are a much, much better side.

I think so too, but Kane better bring his shooting boots this time, he's been abysmal against them when I've seen them against each other.

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11 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

Paddy Power have refunded all bets on Derby to win because Bielsa admitted to spying. 

Be great if you'd done a free bet on that game and layed it off.

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11 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

Marcelo Bielsa. Zero fucks given. 

 

 

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Shameful that one of Derby’s opponents tried to cheat. They should have claimed it was snowing again and got the game called off.

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2 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Great to see one of the most talented players of his generation back playing football. 

Think they'll bring Andy on for the second half?

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3 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Great to see one of the most talented players of his generation back playing football. 

Yeah, Iwobi is looking pretty decent out there

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Soccer Saturday panel saying it would be a crying shame if Hazard left the Prem and Jeff saying even opposing fans would pay to watch him.

 

First of all I don't remember such statements when Suarez (who for me was better than Hazard) or Coutinho were leaving us and secondly as an opposing fan I wouldn't be paying £50+ quid to watch another teams player rip mine to bits

Oh and as a person who can't stand Chelsea I hope he fucks off ASAP  

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21 minutes ago, Ronnie Whelan said:

West ham away could be a tricky one if we aren't on our game.

Arnautovic fucking off before we play them wouldn't be a bad thing

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1 minute ago, Ronnie Whelan said:

Declan rice is a fabulous player. I think he signed a new contract but we need to be top of the queue to get him. Just 19. Crazy talent.

 

 

 

Yep, looks a really good player already at 20.

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