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  1. In terms of like for like fixtures, we have improved our 15/16 points tally by 5 points. Team H/A 15/16 19/20 Chelsea A 1 1 Bournemouth H 1 3 Man Utd A 1 0 Spurs H 1 3 Newcastle H 3 3 Liverpool A 0 0 Southampton A 1 3
  2. Our last four matches against palace have yielded an aggregate score of 1-13. **** me.
  3. For those moaning about away games, if we make the semi final we are much more likely to face a much harder team away from home in one of the legs. To win the cup you have to beat the best, it would be nice to have taken on Oxford, Colchester or Villa but Everton is a winnable game. Just have to play full strength team and go for it.
  4. What I really enjoyed about his performance last night, other than the goal, assist and general silky smooth passing, was his leadership. When Burton had a free kick in the first half, he was ordering everyone around, telling them where they needing to be, reading the danger if a player broke loose, and he was honestly going mental at people until they listened and went where they needed to go. For someone so young he has a hardwired footballing brain which comes from years of experience. Bargain.
  5. Albrighton got into a lot of good positions, but I would argue both were equally wasteful, with both high turnovers of possession. I'm not saying there should be negative comments, but these were clearly people who came with an agenda against the player and everytime they got on the ball vilified them for anything they did. I was critical of Gray last night for much the same reasons as many others, however there is a really toxic attitude towards this player in particular in both our home and away ends.
  6. Liverpool/Arsenal v Everton Man Utd/Chelsea v Man City Leicester v Villa/Wolves Colchester v Oxford
  7. There was a lot of anti-gray comments in the away end, relying on really tired stereotypes about him (lazy, attitude problem). People see what they want to see. He performed well but lacked end product and recycled possession cheaply at times. I think our fan base have an obsession with criticizing Gray, Chilwell and Iheanacho.
  8. 19/20 Season Chelsea - SOLD OUT (Members - no general sale) *moved to a Sunday 4pm Sheffield United - SOLD OUT (310+ STH) Newcastle United (League Cup) - General Sale - did NOT sell out *Wednesday night Manchester United - SOLD OUT (All STH) Luton Town (League Cup) - SOLD OUT (340+ STH) *Tuesday night Liverpool - SOLD OUT (305+ STH) Southampton - SOLD OUT (General Sale) *moved to a Friday night Burton Albion (League Cup) - SOLD OUT (360+ STH) *Tuesday night Palace - SOLD OUT (Fox Members) - *moved to a Sunday/reduced allocation of 2,342. Brighton - SOLD OUT (Fox Members) Villa - SOLD OUT (310+ STH)*moved to a Sunday 2pm Manchester City - *moved to a Saturday 5:30pm West Ham - *moved to a Saturday 5:30pm Newcastle - Burnley - *moved to a Sunday 2pm Wolves - Norwich - Watford - Everton - Arsenal - Bournemouth - Tottenham - *1st visit to new ground All 8 premier league games have sold out, with half selling out to STH and only one reaching General Sale (although the club have been pushing this late on the majority of games). 10 of our 11 games in all competitions have sold out.
  9. Good old fashioned ground. Loved the terrace - nightmare getting back in for the 2nd half. Good first half - not clinical enough. Get that 3rd goal before HT and control possession 2nd half - different game completely. One of the worst 2nd halves i've seen in a long time - we looked dead at sea for the first 25 minutes of 2nd half, not able to string more then three passes together. So many basic mistakes, losing possession from our own throw ins more times than I could count. Justin had a really poor game - was beaten far too easily in the 2nd half - needs to show more form like he did in the last round at Luton to be considered on a more permanent basis. Albrighton not as bad as many are making out - put a lot of work in but we all know he isn't a striker. Missed a few sitters but no more than Gray - that chance at the end which Lloyd cleared off the line was criminally under hit. Barnes was superb when he came on - I would make him MOTM which says a lot about how we played in the 2nd half. Tielemans and Evans probably the only other candidates. Atmosphere struggled for large portions of the game. Was solid for the first 30 minutes but didn't pick up until the 85th minute. Chanting VAR VAR can get in the ****ing bin. Loved the Dave's accountant chants. 7/10 would recommend.
  10. Personally think they will now get a run of form together. Their next six games are Everton (A), Sheffield Utd (H), West Ham (A), Bournemouth (H), Man Utd (A), Burnley (H). I think they would expect 3 points from every single one of those games.
  11. It's not an effective way to determine what the result will be - but it is a good measure of where there is room for improvement. If the goal each season is to improve on our points tally each year then you can only look at where you have been. In the last five years we've had an incredible season, a season where we have scraped staying up and three mid table finishes. Based on where we are currently, you'd like to think we can win at least 4 of the next 5 matches, if not all 5. From a perspective of where can we improve our points tally, you would say turning an average return of 9 points from the same five fixtures into 12 or 15 points would show improvement. There is a lot of hysteria (rightly so) about top 4 and top 6 - I think the ambition behind this exercise is to break it down into small segments where we can realistically see where improvements can be made. Like the dreaded xG stat, it is only as good as the information that goes into it - use it how you want, feel free to ignore it!
  12. 19/20 Season Chelsea - SOLD OUT (Members - no general sale) *moved to a Sunday 4pm Sheffield United - SOLD OUT (310+ STH) Newcastle United (League Cup) - General Sale - did NOT sell out *Wednesday night Manchester United - SOLD OUT (All STH) Luton Town (League Cup) - SOLD OUT (340+ STH) *Tuesday night Liverpool - SOLD OUT (305+ STH) Southampton - SOLD OUT (General Sale) *moved to a Friday night Burton Albion (League Cup) - SOLD OUT (360+ STH) *Tuesday night Palace - SOLD OUT (Fox Members) - *moved to a Sunday/reduced allocation of 2,342. Brighton - SOLD OUT (Fox Members) Villa - *moved to a Sunday 2pm Manchester City - *moved to a Saturday 5:30pm West Ham - *moved to a Saturday 5:30pm Newcastle - Burnley - *moved to a Sunday 2pm Wolves - Norwich - Watford - Everton - Arsenal - Bournemouth - Tottenham - *1st visit to new ground
  13. This old man... Ayoze, Perez he, Ditched the mags and Mike Ashley, for a shot at the top, and a European Tour, feed Perez and he will score.
  14. Not my predictions ha, this is using averages from the last 5 seasons to determine what the most likely outcome of each match is, this showing where improvements can be made to our overall points tally on a match by match basis. But it I don’t think anyone other than that nutcase from Bournemouth saw a 0-9 incoming
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