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  1. 15 points
    He's right though, I wish we had conceded the same as wolves ... sorry, they've conceded 16 more than us. What about Man City they must have conceded less, oh no it's 13 more than us. Leicester then, they've had loads of clean sheets but it seems like they've conceded 11 more than us. Sheffield United 9 more, Man United 15 more and Chelsea/Tottenham 18 more. Okay, it would be nice if we had conceded the least amount of goals in the league. Hang on, we have with only 14 goals this season. I think what I'm trying to say is that Charlie Nicholas is a bellend and whilst there is always a chance of wolves scoring, there is a better chance of us scoring due to a better defence and a better attack.
  2. 13 points
    So what you're basically saying is they are f**ked? (Hi all by the way. Been lurking for years but recently bought a half season ticket).
  3. 11 points
    Imagine that 20 years from now we hire Origi as manager in a moment of desperation, despite him never having any real success as a manager, and then when he was terrible we were all fine with it because of the memory of that Everton goal?
  4. 9 points
    He's never lost anybody because it's fuck all anywhere near the same.
  5. 8 points
  6. 7 points
    He's going to go out with all the grace and dignity of a man who's shat himself on the night bus.
  7. 6 points
    Theres a lot of crooks in the business.
  8. 6 points
    Wonder what Paul Pogba thought when he checked the score on livescore in between playing fifa and having a chinese
  9. 5 points
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  12. 4 points
    A proper pie is one that has its filling completely encased in pastry - a base, sides and lid. A pie with a lid but no base is a casserole covered in pastry.
  13. 4 points
  14. 3 points
    Loads to get through as there’s the weekend game plus a full midweek schedule to cover. Ideally I’d like to just skim through everything else and spend the whole article discussing Everton shitting the bed against Newcastle, but I’m a pro so I’ll resist the temptation and stick to the usual format. So, where to start then? May as well kick things off with the second funniest thing to happen this week. The Etihad. City against Palace. Pep vs Roy. Roy actually coming out of it winning on points. Again. It’s mad how much trouble his Palace team have given City over the last few years. Other than us, they’ve probably done better against City than anyone. Maybe that’s why Roy was so offended when he was asked what he can learn from Guardiola. “How to lose” was his somewhat bizarre, hilarious and completely unwarranted response. I have no idea if he meant to say that or if he was trying to make a different point, but it was fucking funny nonetheless. Only David Moyes has a bigger distance between opinion of ones own abiltity versus actual ability. I’ve been saying it all year. Palace are a bottom six team at best but somehow they keep getting results they shouldn’t and more often than not they look dreadful in doing so. Add this one to the list. Having taken the lead completely against the run of play (through Cenk Tosun no less! Bet that went down brilliantly across the park) they held out for a long time. They even survived the award of a penalty which was then correctly overturned by (Li)VAR(pool). Just as it was beginning to look like they might pull off another shock win, Aguero popped up twice in the final eight minutes. That looked to be that. Except it wasn’t. Deep in stoppage time Zaha escaped down the left, drilled in a low cross and there was Fernandinho to blast it past his own keeper. Too fucking funny. Speaking of funny, that stoppage time winner from Newcastle at home to Chelsea was comedy gold. Not just because Chelsea lost with the last kick of the game. Obviously that’s enough to make anyone smile, but it was what followed that was so hilarious. Hayden scored (look at that Kepa loser trying to keep it out though) and ran to the corner to celebrate. Matt Ritchie followed and - as he’s known to do - booted the corner flag. Except this time the corner flag took off and torpedoed into the crowd, where it hit some baldy arl fella in the bollocks and prevented him from celebrating. It’s a sign of me getting old that my take on this is that while it’s side splittingly funny because it hit him in the nuts - and people getting hit in the nuts is the funniest thing in the world along with farting - I couldn’t help thinking what if it had hit him in the eye? I can’t believe I’m saying this, but “pack that in, Ricthie. You could take someone’s eye out with that”. Yep, I’m now officially old. This is just a teaser, click to view the full article Please note that PL Round Ups are only available to website subscribers. Subscriptions cost just £2 a month (you need to register first) and can be purchased here.
  15. 3 points
    I really am struggling to see how this season could get any better.
  16. 3 points
    I thought the Bournemouth match 3-4 years ago where the Cherries scored an equalizer like 10 minutes into stoppage time because everton had scored late and where on the pitch was peak Everton. My God they have outdone themselves.
  17. 3 points
    Don't know , it was pretty loud on the Kop on Sunday
  18. 3 points
    Tough game this one and not the time to rotate. Wolves play with pace and have some physicality, I hope Gomez retains his place at cb. We just need to go in and do what we do but be clinical and take our chances whenever they present themselves. Let's not give City a glimmer of hope, wrap it up, 3 points and out. 10 wins from immortality.
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  20. 3 points
    My workings are something like this: You don’t like gravy on chips or butter on your cheese on toast. That therefore makes you a deviant and de facto wrong on any subsequent food related subjects. Which means that as you voted ‘puff’ (unsurprisingly), I am confirmed as correct in voting for short crust.
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  25. 3 points
    The Mountain cafe. Aviemore. Scotland. Probably the most expensive breakfast I’ve ever had apart from one I had in Byron Bay. Everything was cooked to perfection. Some may have wanted the fat on the bacon to have been a little crisper but I’m not fussy with that. I’m not normally a fan of beef sausages but these were very, very tasty. The black pudding was an absolute show stopper. It’s Grants of Speyside, and for me is as good and possibly even better than Stornaway which is consistently a people’s favourite. I’ve taken to bagging some up for myself from a butchers the last couple of times I’ve been to Scotland. The beans were tasty, well cooked and the sauce nicely thickened, as everyone knows they’re a staple part of any good all day breakfast. The hash brown was tasty, probably even more tasty because I know somewhere on planet earth Remmie will have sensed that hash brown on my plate and a little part of him will have died, for me Clive, you can’t put a price on that. The toast (not pictured) was a single solitary slice of something like a Hovis seed sensation. It was probably just shown a toaster and that was it, Lifey would have been fuming, I’d have liked another slice and for it to be a bit more than warm bread but once again I’m not overly arsed. Tea not included £1.90 Service was great, the girl serving (not pictured) had a very pert, round bottom, extra point for that. The ambiance of the place was great and the views on a good day over to the Cairngorm mountains are worth an extra couple of quid on the price. All in all all I give it 8.9 bitches out of 10. Expensive but great location and real good quality food.



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