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Got to be able to give credit to Pep and City here, being able to pull together such a performance from such a scratch side of misfits, freebies and academy kids.

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1 minute ago, manwiththestick said:

So out of his depth it's laughable. Won't be his fault though.

He'll blame the possible penalty that wasn't given. Completely ignoring the fact he is fucking clueless.

 

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You gotta say, this is bullshit, though. City get rewarded with a rest period because their players broke protocol and the Rodri incident was a stonewaller. Somehow they've come out smelling like roses.

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Just now, 3 Stacks said:

You gotta say, this is bullshit, though. City get rewarded with a rest period because their players broke protocol and the Rodri incident was a stonewaller. Somehow they've come out smelling like roses.

It is but this is  the serial rule-breaking with no repercussions Man City.

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2 minutes ago, Anubis said:

You have to wonder how much more Roman will tolerate before Frank gets a uranium teapot.

Think it'll uranium enriched underpants, isnt it?

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2 minutes ago, Anubis said:

You have to wonder how much more Roman will tolerate before Frank gets a uranium teapot.

Polonium 210

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6 minutes ago, Elite said:

Frank will end up at West Ham, then back to the championship and then back to his pundits job at BT.

Club legend. One of our own. He gets the club. Serial winner.

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Looking at Chelsea's keeper, Mendy, in the behind the goal camera angle replay of that 3rd goal was cringingly embarrassing and hilarious in equal measure.

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