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44 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Lille are 3 points ahead of PSG with 2 matches to go. 

 

43 minutes ago, Em City said:

PSG drew 1-1 away to Rennes which leaves them 3 points away from Lille with two games to go.

 

They looked totally dysfunctional.

I watched a couple of their games earlier this season to see what Botman was all about. They’re quite a decent team. Their most interesting player is Yazici. A throwback to those second strikers we saw in the 90s. Lovely technique, roams about the pitch, looks dangerous, but will likely finish the season with only a handful of goals and assists.

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12 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

Champions league final set to be moved to Wembley, according to the Times. 

That'll piss the Turks off if it happens. Last I heard UEFA were considering the switch but hadnt ok'd it.

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27 minutes ago, aRdja said:

 

I watched a couple of their games earlier this season to see what Botman was all about. They’re quite a decent team. Their most interesting player is Yazici. A throwback to those second strikers we saw in the 90s. Lovely technique, roams about the pitch, looks dangerous, but will likely finish the season with only a handful of goals and assists.

Lille have loads of good players. Their strength is they have great depth. They can rotate and not lose much quality. And it's doubly impressive because they sell loads of players every summer.

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35 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

Champions league final set to be moved to Wembley, according to the Times. 

 

Glad it's being moved as Istanbul is ours and should be nothing to do with that pair of financially doped fakes 

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1 hour ago, dockers_strike said:

That'll piss the Turks off if it happens. Last I heard UEFA were considering the switch but hadnt ok'd it.

I assume fhey'll get given next years which will probably be better in reality with a full house.

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UEFA and the Government locked in talks regarding whether Sponsor and “Stakeholders” would be allowed into Wembley.

Either Porto or Lisbon being lined up as a likely venue as UEFA would lose revenue should the money people not be allowed into Wembley.

Once again, the fans are the last ones to be considered.

What a fucking surprise.

 

Just as well it’s only those two sets of frauds involved.

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18 hours ago, Code said:

I could not really care less where the CL final is being played, Im not watching it. 

Don’t tell Chelsea or Man City, they’ll be devastated.

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25 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

Don’t tell Chelsea or Man City, they’ll be devastated.

If Code isn't watching it the viewing figures pretty much half 

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58 minutes ago, coachpotato said:

UEFA and the Government locked in talks regarding whether Sponsor and “Stakeholders” would be allowed into Wembley.

Either Porto or Lisbon being lined up as a likely venue as UEFA would lose revenue should the money people not be allowed into Wembley.

Once again, the fans are the last ones to be considered.

What a fucking surprise.

 

Just as well it’s only those two sets of frauds involved.

Where’s Gary Neville when you need him? 

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Kind of apt they haven’t a clue at the minute where the final is being played and the venue is getting prostituted all over Europe to the highest bidder 

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40 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

I want the final to stay in Turkey, dont want city and chelsea fans being allowed into the final. It's got a fucking big asterisk against it anyway.


I want to be continually moved from Istanbul until we get there and win it again.

 

I read that next season was staying as St Petersburg, Istanbul moved to 2023, Munich 2024 & Wembley 2025 (so Munich and Wembley would move back a year).

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44 minutes ago, Anubis said:

Group Captain Scotty ‘Spitfire’ Parker watching his great escape plan fall apart.

We failed to beat his shower this season let that sink in fucking hell

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Not sure if that is better or worse than expected. 
 

Assume it’ll be -

 

Henderson, Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Bailly, Shaw, Fred, McTominay, Fernandes, Rashford, Cavani, Pogba. 

 

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42 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

Not sure if that is better or worse than expected. 
 

Assume it’ll be -

 

Henderson, Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Bailly, Shaw, Fred, McTominay, Fernandes, Rashford, Cavani, Pogba. 

 

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That should read against us it’ll be...

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Man Utd v Leicester (18:00 BST)

Right, how about this... a Manchester United line-up to play havoc with your fantasy football team.

 

Ole Gunnar Solkskjaer makes 10 changes to his side, with Mason Greenwood the only player to remain from the win at Aston Villa on Sunday.

There is a debut for Anthony Elanga, while Amad Diallo gets his first taste of Premier League football.

 

 

 

 

Fancy doing this when can still technically win title....

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