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25 minutes ago, manwiththestick said:

What impact would a City Leicester draw have, does it mean we have a game less to be confirmed?

 

11 minutes ago, alles ist gut said:

Not for a draw, only if Leicester win.

If City draw their highest possible total would then be 88 right?

 

 

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1 hour ago, TheHowieLama said:

 

If City draw their highest possible total would then be 88 right?

 

 

Yeah, so we'd need 4 wins and a draw to be mathematically safe in front of them.

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West Ham fans are in less-than-buoyant mood.

https://www.kumb.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=177178

 

Liverpool are unbeaten all season in the league, they're going to absolutely batter us, no formation, team selection or anything is going to change that at this point. Wake me when it's over.

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Tomorrow is the day the record for most goals scored by a team in a premier league match gets beaten.

If we keep them in single figures we’ll have done well. Our team is shot to pieces, and we’ll be lucky to rack up more than 10 points between now and the end of the season.

This time next year Ajeti will be our main striker, and he STILL won’t be able to hit a barn door.

Apologies if anyone finds this message overly positive about our current plight. I can edit and make it a bit more negative if required.

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Keita has to play he cost 60 million quid and so far has been a non entity. Henderson is out, it's time this guy started showing his worth and why the club where so balls deep into him. We've seen glimpses time to start seeing more.

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If Liverpool beat West Ham, they'll equal the English top-flight record of 21 home league wins in a row. The record is held by Bill Shankly's Liverpool side of 1972. His side scored 59 & conceded 14 while Jürgen Klopp's boys have a scored 58 & conceded 12 so far. 

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3 hours ago, dylstar said:

If Liverpool beat West Ham, they'll equal the English top-flight record of 21 home league wins in a row. The record is held by Bill Shankly's Liverpool side of 1972. His side scored 59 & conceded 14 while Jürgen Klopp's boys have a scored 58 & conceded 12 so far. 

What are you going on about no one played or had even heard of football in 1972 .

 

 

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Fuck me, the manc Echo doesnt half post some shite. city force Liverpool to wait for the title! Im only more surprised they didnt bleat on about city cutting the lead to 19 points and ignore the game in hand.

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9 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

But what is it you're going to lose and how long will it be before you find it again?

Well it can't be my sanity or lust for life as they are both long gone!

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