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Just now, Lee909 said:

VAR

 

Ball clearly off Allis arm

Fuck it, give the goal 

It was his shoulder. It was a goal.

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1 minute ago, Lee909 said:

It's the top of his arm from what I've seen

Looked like the shoulder to me.

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Watford only have themselves to blame. Had three great breaks to score second half and blew them.

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1 minute ago, mgw100 said:

If City were to lose today, they would drop out of the top four

Don't bother getting excited

 

Peps gone full on woe is me I need money and not played actual defenders too I see. Won't matter Palace will shit themselves

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Finishes 1-1 at Spurs. In some ways probably not too bad they got the equaliser. It’s papering over cracks, But also ends their losing streak before they play us.

 

Really wish Villa would fuck off.

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8 minutes ago, Red House said:

Just when you thought they couldn't embarrass themselves even further with their implementation of VAR. How incompetent can you be?

Just wait until tomorrow.....VAR i reckon will outdo any previous level of shitness it has attained.

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1 minute ago, El Rojo said:

Hope VAR bangs one in from 30 yards for us and then runs to the Stretford End holding up six fingers. 

Yeah but it will be Ronnie Whelan 1990 style.

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9 minutes ago, moof said:

The gulf going for it. Going with no defenders, unless you would class mendy and cancelo as defenders 

They’ll be three goals up within 10 minutes and will spend the remainder of the game passing the ball around between themselves.

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1 minute ago, Elite said:

The godfather of low expectations.

Limiting city to only 97% possession would be utopia. It would be churlish of him to expect any more 

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21 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Don't bother getting excited

 

Peps gone full on woe is me I need money and not played actual defenders too I see. Won't matter Palace will shit themselves

 

He was banging on about putting his players in his fridge yesterday and talking to them blah blah blah. I fear for his health if they drop points today, he's clearly not mentally stable as it is, the baldy fucking fraud. Hope he fucks off to PSG sharpish.........and the cunts get done and banned from signing anyone just after he gets there. 

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23 minutes ago, moof said:

The gulf going for it. Going with no defenders, unless you would class mendy and cancelo as defenders 

Message to Sheikh Mansour from Pep to spend some damn money. 

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