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You can't follow the grass cut line.  In the below picture the player near the top of the picture may be playing him on.  Fuck knows though as I haven't seen it nor the bollocks lines they use.



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Really need Arsenal to do a job on them at the weekend. I mean I still think that they finish at least 10 points behind us, but they get so many decisions their way and if they were in with a chance it would be even worse. 


Whatever about one of Ferguson's teams winning a trophy with great players, the thought of that fucking snively little weasel winning a league makes me sick and Pogba doing his silly little dance and Lindgard knocking people out of the way to grab the trophy. 


I mean more likely they are chasing a champions league spot come May, but they do have some very good players and if we keep getting injuries to big players, it could become a leveller. 


Keown was pissing me off tonight. A real Uncle Tom punditry performance. The guy used to hate (hates) the bastards and there he was wanking off to them tonight. BT's version of Carra in regards the Mancs. They obviously have pictures of him digging the grave of some burglar that tried to cop off with his car in Devon and told him be a good boy and praise the Mancs. 

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Whens Jose getting sacked?


Imagine going from winning CL with Porto to winning CL with Inter to winning CL with Real Madrid then to winning Europa league with Utd.


And now losing to Antwerp.

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1 hour ago, polymerpunkah said:

If Antwerp could finish--even just a little bit--they'd be out of sight vs Spurs. Woeful.




Mate I work with really thinks they're going to win the league this season, had high hopes for tonight too. Bale being the final piece of the puzzle. All I've seen is a bunch of strangers trying to play together. 

The mancs are being well looked after, cunts. 

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9 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Martin Keown looking like he's just walked out of a 3d film showcasing life among the Neanderthals.


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I love that the journalists manage to avoid laughing when he uses the spurious 'blame me' gambit again.

 ' This is my fault. ..... they are absolutely shite, have disgraced the club and should never play football again ..... but I picked them '.

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