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We all know what's going to happen. They'll drop off and leave us commit with plenty of the ball. It'll come down to stopping kane picking it up in the space between midfield and defence,  and us continuing to improve our play up to and around their box which did improve against united. 

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13 hours ago, Trumo said:

 

 We have to be wary of Tottenham's front 2 showing how clinical they can be, and we're almost certain to come up against a ref and VAR official who allow all sorts of shit to be committed on our players while falling for the antics of the likes of Kane every time. We haven't had a genuine 11v11 contest for quite some time now. Just fucking win!

Ref is Twatkinson.

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12 hours ago, suzy said:

I thought Stig was bowing out if we lost today...

Yes, Stig shoud go. I'd like to see Drowning Man start the match threads: can you imagine what it would do to his head if we went on a winning run while he's starting the threads?

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1 minute ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Yes, Stig shoud go. I'd like to see Drowning Man start the match threads: can you imagine what it would do to his head if we went on a winning run while he's starting the threads?

Haha!

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14 hours ago, Baltar said:

Really not a game we need right now. Then again being home to Burnley was what we needed in our slump and we fucked that up too. 

I think it is what we need. We’ve already bottomed out so losing won’t make morale any worse, but winning will assist it significantly.

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We’ll have all the ball but struggle to create because Jose’s parked the bus and then we’ll get bummed by Son on the counter attack. We’ll spend the last 20 minutes camped around their box with Robertson and Trent slinging in cross after cross, but we won’t score. 
 

Any point in watching this? 

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30 minutes ago, Anubis said:

I think it is what we need. We’ve already bottomed out so losing won’t make morale any worse, but winning will assist it significantly.

 

No guarantee at all we've bottomed out.

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4 hours ago, Herp McDerp said:

Christ the state of this form table, hopefully add some green to ours this week.

 

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What makes that even worse is most of those games have been against absolutely abject sides

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Matip is expected to be fit for Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Tottenham, according to The Athletic’s James Pearce, so we have every reason to be confident of 3 points at Maureen’s expense.

 

Assuming FAB alongside, even w/o Hendo returning, & based on our improved performance at the Toilet, we have midfield options. Shaq has great energy at the moment and I’d give him another start. No way should the OX be allowed anywhere near a football pitch currently, so probably Thiago and one other.

 

Mane-Bobby-Mo riding shotgun.

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12 hours ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Yes, Stig shoud go. I'd like to see Drowning Man start the match threads: can you imagine what it would do to his head if we went on a winning run while he's starting the threads?

Creator can pick up the Trumo role, getting nostalgic for crushing defeats of the past.

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1 hour ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Creator can pick up the Trumo role, getting nostalgic for crushing defeats of the past.

Like Tony Monero remembering his first pair of Ethel Austin nylon shorts, Creator would go weak at the knees remembering Villa 5-1 Liverpool in 1976. What a time to be alive.

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5 hours ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Like Tony Monero remembering his first pair of Ethel Austin nylon shorts, Creator would go weak at the knees remembering Villa 5-1 Liverpool in 1976. What a time to be alive.

Fuck off I was only 1!!

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