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jammie82uk

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  1. When he retired from football and sky announced he would be working for them, I thought he would be annoying but for me he just keeps getting better and better, not afraid to say it how it is
  2. Yeah couldn’t Believe that got 3 centre backs up front mena is 6ft 5 And he aims for the smallest player on the pitch
  3. Only the 29th player to join the 100 premier league goals club there is currently only 6 players with a better goal ratio on the list
  4. https://www.premierleague.com/news/1702418 The Premier League has confirmed the fixture schedule for the two match rounds between 14-22 July of the resumed 2019/20 season, if all safety requirements are in place. It has also confirmed that the final day of the 2019/20 season will be Sunday 26 July, with all matches kicking off at 16:00 BST. All matches will be played behind closed doors. All times are BST. Tuesday 14 July 20:15 Chelsea v Norwich City (Sky Sports) Wednesday 15 July 18:00 Burnley v Wolves (BBC) 18:00 Man City v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) 18:00 Newcastle United v Spurs (BT Sport) 20:15 Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Thursday 16 July 18:00 Everton v Aston Villa (Sky Sports) 18:00 Leicester City v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) 20:15 Crystal Palace v Man Utd (BT Sport) 20:15 Southampton v Brighton (BT Sport) Friday 17 July 20:00 West Ham v Watford (Sky Sports) Saturday 18 July 17:30 Norwich City v Burnley (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) Sunday 19 July 14:00 AFC Bournemouth v Southampton (BT Sport) 16:00 Spurs v Leicester City (Sky Sports) Monday 20 July 18:00 Brighton v Newcastle United (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) 18:00 Sheff Utd v Everton (Amazon Prime Video) 20:15 Wolves v Crystal Palace (BT Sport) Tuesday 21 July 18:00 Watford v Man City (Sky Sports) 20:15 Aston Villa v Arsenal (Sky Sports) Wednesday 22 July 18:00 Man Utd v West Ham (Sky Sports) 20:15 Liverpool v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
  5. Completely agree, it’s ruined any enjoyment I had of football, I would watch every premier league game on tv if I could as I have done for years but when lock down happened I found that I didn’t even miss football and was obviously watching out of habit
  6. I would guess they mean Scripted and winner picked before kickoff, if so I totally get it because that is entirely how I feel about football right now
  7. Sorry What the **** was that ruled out for
  8. I was all for it at the start of the season as I mistakenly thought it would get rid of the bias
  9. I just don’t get that watching a 3 second clip on a loop for 2 & half minutes is a clear and obvious error on the referees part
  10. Yeah because that is why we are having issues in leicester ain’t it, 1 mans trip in March has caused a city at the end of June to be shut down If you wanted a scapegoat you could have picked the mayor and maybe you would have had a tad of plausibility
  11. Exactly the list of areas that have been posted all Mainly have one thing In common in that they are predominately BAME areas of the city Ramadan ended on May 24th, Matt Hancock announces in Government conference on June 18th we possibly have an outbreak in Leicester, should that be considered an coincidence?
  12. Cedric Soares Has been retained by Southampton On a short term loan deal but signed a 4 year deal at Arsenal while being on loan at Arsenal? Bit Harsh on Joe Hart He’s been released by Burnley twice
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