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Cant stand the international break. Still, leaves us top for about 12 days before City go the Fulham. 

 

This game is probably our hardest league game left given that Chelsea appear to have imploded. Fingers firmly crossed that our international lads come back fit and well. Obviously though that won't happen because it never fucking happens yet City are withdrawing half their squad with fake fatigue and injuries. 

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21 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Cant stand the international break. Still, leaves us top for about 12 days before City go the Fulham. 

 

This game is probably our hardest league game left given that Chelsea appear to have imploded. Fingers firmly crossed that our international lads come back fit and well. Obviously though that won't happen because it never fucking happens yet City are withdrawing half their squad with fake fatigue and injuries. 

The question is why aren't we doing same?

 

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If Lallana is fit he will start this one.

 

Will need to be right on top of our pressing game and out-run the fuckers to boot.

 

Ticks both boxes. 

 

Would usually say off on around 65 minutes for the Magic Dwarf, but clearly that won’t be happening.

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Do what we've done well all season, none of what we haven't, do whatever it takes to win, and dick the bastards all over the shop to make up for last season's disgraceful officiating. Then big them up so they still have some belief going into the City games.

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Get Oxlade-Chamberlain on the bench, would be a real boost if he could come on in this match (both psychologically and in a football sense).

 

The main thing I want from the next week is for no ridiculous injuries on international duty. Of course, given our luck it'll be two of our most crucial players out for the rest of the season and we'll go down 0-5 to Spurs with a Kane hat-trick.

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2 hours ago, an tha said:

The question is why aren't we doing same?

 

It's nuts

 

Stones

Delph

Laporte

Silva

Aguero

Otamendi 

 

All out

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1 hour ago, Revenge negging cunt said:

It's nuts

 

Stones

Delph

Laporte

Silva

Aguero

Otamendi 

 

All out

We are so naive when it comes to this.

 

Even sending Lovren and Henderson who haven't been fit for us.

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Anfield has become a real fortress, we haven’t lost in Anfield in what feels like an enternity. We’ve conceded 2 shite goals and one that should have been disallowed in last 2 in the league. Virgil will be very keen to atone for his error against these. We played them off the pitch at Wembley early in the season, 2-1 did not reflect our dominance in that game. Huge atmosphere needed from the stands and I think we’ll deliver a huge response on the pitch and play these off the park again.

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16 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

In case we need any more motivation to beat these cunts, this twat is a Spurs fan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spurs want to change the name of the tube station near their new stadium. Call it 'Black Hart Lane' and watch SeanG's head explode.

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I hope his daughter turns out to be a happy transsexual with a black boyfriend who identifies himself as a pansexual who supports arsenal and they have a French bulldog called Wenger and they are staunch remainers who give their time and money to the issue.

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1 hour ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

I hope his daughter turns out to be a happy transsexual with a black boyfriend who identifies himself as a pansexual who supports arsenal and they have a French bulldog called Wenger and they are staunch remainers who give their time and money to the issue.

 

They'll both have converted to Islam too.

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On 18/03/2019 at 20:06, Ne Moe Imya said:

Get Oxlade-Chamberlain on the bench, would be a real boost if he could come on in this match (both psychologically and in a football sense).

 

The main thing I want from the next week is for no ridiculous injuries on international duty. Of course, given our luck it'll be two of our most crucial players out for the rest of the season and we'll go down 0-5 to Spurs with a Kane hat-trick.

 

In a football sense I wouldn’t expect Oxlade-Chamberlain to be able to contribute before the start of next season. Even then I guess he’ll need a fair number of competitive games under his belt before he’s fully up to speed. 

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21 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

In case we need any more motivation to beat these cunts, this twat is a Spurs fan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quite ironic given how London clubs,Spurs included,have led the way in terms of black players in English football. I'd like to see our friend Garth reply to this knobhead. It would be entertaining.

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