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4 hours ago, skaro said:

 

I know.  

 

It's almost like we don't know what the fuck we're talking about.

No, we're spot on with our predictions. 

 

We'll walk the league, Utd will fall into midtable obscurity, The Bloos Ancelotti experiment will fail miserably, and Pep will be sent packing from Citeh.

 

Did I miss anything?

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21 minutes ago, General Dryness said:

No, we're spot on with our predictions. 

 

We'll walk the league, Utd will fall into midtable obscurity, The Bloos Ancelotti experiment will fail miserably, and Pep will be sent packing from Citeh.

 

Did I miss anything?

 

No, that about covers it.

Apart perhaps from the general post-Christmas revision that, aside from City, everyone is shite.

 

 

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10 hours ago, skaro said:

 

No, that about covers it.

Apart perhaps from the general post-Christmas revision that, aside from City, everyone is shite.

 

 

Yes, it's a two team league this. Us and City, then everyone else. 

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Nice to see Dyche call out the screaming in football currently, wrecks my head! A few Fulham players did it yesterday so they could get a free kick.

 

Oh and that stupid belly flop players do when shielding the ball by going to ground with their arms wide, lying on the ball and assuming a free kick. Harry Maguire is the master of it!

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53.....Everton have scored 53 own goals in the Premier League, seven

more than any other side in the competition's history. Oops

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6 minutes ago, Stickman said:


 

@OptaJoe

53.....Everton have scored 53 own goals in the Premier League, seven

more than any other side in the competition's history. Oops

Is that above or below the undersoil heating on the list.

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Can a ball ever strike just the T-Shirt part of the arm? 

 

Given the size of the ball it will always look like it hits a large area of the arm on any freezeframe...and thus a bit below T-shirt.

 

Pointless rule.

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A good season for Everton this apparently. Similar points to Chelsea who sacked their manager half way through, and to us who are in crisis. Their spending has been similar too.

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14 minutes ago, bizzle10 said:

what position gets this new europa carabao/coco-cola cup id rather miss out all together

The team that wins the Carabao Cup will be England’s representatives in new Conference League.

 

However, if that team has already qualified for Europe through their league position then the side who finishes sixth will enter the Europa Conference League. With Man City and Spurs already in the final, that seems fairly likely.

 

It will then drop to seventh if the winner of the FA Cup also qualifies for Europe through their league position. Again, that seems likely considering Man City are still in the competition.

 

 

7th looks pretty likely for us...we need to ensure we finish 8th!

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12 minutes ago, an tha said:

The team that wins the Carabao Cup will be England’s representatives in new Conference League.

 

However, if that team has already qualified for Europe through their league position then the side who finishes sixth will enter the Europa Conference League. With Man City and Spurs already in the final, that seems fairly likely.

 

It will then drop to seventh if the winner of the FA Cup also qualifies for Europe through their league position. Again, that seems likely considering Man City are still in the competition.

 

 

7th looks pretty likely for us...we need to ensure we finish 8th!


I wouldn’t worry about us getting 7th although I’d take your hand off for 8th right now 

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34 minutes ago, bizzle10 said:

what position gets this new europa carabao/coco-cola cup id rather miss out all together

12th place qualifies for the Lays SuperDooper Cup.

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