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Alisson - 8

Trent - 7

Gomez - 8

Van Dijk - 7

Robertson - 8

Henderson - 8

Wijnaldum - 7

Ox - 7

Salah - 8

Origi - 6

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5 minutes ago, mgw100 said:

I was actually a bit bored. I haven't allowed myself to be bored for a long, long time. A good thing of course.

I'm not posting my shrine then.

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This is historic stuff, in 50 or 100 years this season and this team will be talked about. Let that sink in. Live it love it and soak it up boys. 

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1 minute ago, Tarwater said:

Whisper it, but Fat Jon Moss had a good game.

A cockney whispered that to his wife once an it came out "facked your mates and they all came"

 

 

To her anyway. He lives in Maidstone now. 

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1 minute ago, TheHowieLama said:

His heatmap won't be pretty but he commanded his centre circle well.

 

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Jordan Henderson played as a defensive midfielder, then a more attacking midfielder, then a right back. In each position he was better than anything West Ham had.

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The co-commentator on Sky's highlights is a salty sausage. Reckons that the penalty was "very soft."

 

I've only just seen it for the first time and it was a definite pelanty for me. 

 

Think it could be Don Goodman. 

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Just now, Nelly-Torres said:

The co-commentator on Sky's highlights is a salty sausage. Reckons that the penalty was "very soft."

 

I've only just seen it for the first time and it was a definite pelanty for me. 

 

Think it could be Don Goodman. 

He was fouled twice.

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