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another footballer acting like a **** off the field, its his choice and his private life

 

But to people who care, I always laugth, they are not and never will be role models.After the age of around 13 I realised that , most are thick as shit.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Wymsey said:

With Schmeichel getting no younger, would be tempted to put a bid in for Leeds' Illan Meslier.

He seems very confident and has great technique at times.


Quite audacious trying to sign Leeds’ first choice keeper after they signed him this summer, to potentially be our back-up for a season or two.

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Nothing wrong with being more pragmatic away at Leeds who have this swashbuckling triple-espresso style to them. They barely troubled us after 40 mins in terms of chances, and didn't create any clear cut ones before that either. We did our usual safe first half then pushed up a bit and got at them more in the second, and got our rewards. 

 

3 wins out of 5 will do me, especially as we haven't looked anything like our best and haven't had a settled defence yet. We're gonna have to be more patient this season as Nuno tries to morph us into something else other than just a counter-attacking team. 

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7 hours ago, Leeds Fox said:


Quite audacious trying to sign Leeds’ first choice keeper after they signed him this summer, to potentially be our back-up for a season or two.

That’s  FT ........ if you’re not living in the metropolis of Leicester, it’s sometimes a difficult read ! 

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1 minute ago, moore_94 said:

If this is true it is ridiculous they don’t even know the rules properly

For sure, but I struggle a bit giving the benefit of the doubt to Liverpool as their victimhood is legend.

 

This is rendered further questionable as that article has lots of "been told", "it is reported", but bugger all in the way of official communications.

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15 minutes ago, StanSP said:

Would love if we heard the comms between officials...

Works perfectly in cricket and rugby... 

 

Yep would fully support this type of change, we would then see (hear) the crap a ref has to put up with from the prima donna’s. We saw in this clip the lack of respect from the coach and player for the decision even thou it was correct.

 

There are numerous other examples but I was watching the European cup version of Rugby the other night Exeter v Racing with Nigel Owens the ref, you can hear the respect from every player and coach, the ref is the boss, the other thing that comes across well in commentary like this is the ref explaining why he has given what he’s given in real time ie instead of just doing the arm motion for ‘advantage’ you hear him say it you then can’t moan if you miss the arms.

1 of the main talking points on that game was a bit of a mix up with Owens wanting 5 secs taken off the clock at the end of the game but this wasn’t taken off TV screen clock so it all got a little confusing as some thought it was over some didn’t we then had Owens talking with VAR who was then trying to explain that the issue was the time it takes for him to liaise with tv production to then take the clock off etc but all this is played out so you can hear it, works perfectly.

 

Just in case some aren’t aware and thinking this is ok for tv but what about when we’re allowed back in, we’ll Rugby you can purchase a ref ‘ear piece’ so you can hear what’s going on from the stands also, it’s a win win.

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10 hours ago, Arriba Los Zorros said:

Wolves play away. A 0-1 win guaranteed. With about 30% possession. It's why they will finish above us, they are ruthless and will do whatever they need to to win even though they are grim to watch.

 

**** it I'd rather finish 2/3 places below and not have to watch that shite.

Really? You can't beat the feeling of a win. You're effectively saying you're glad we missed out on champions league last season because we tried to play the right way.

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3 hours ago, Dahnsouff said:

For sure, but I struggle a bit giving the benefit of the doubt to Liverpool as their victimhood is legend.

 

This is rendered further questionable as that article has lots of "been told", "it is reported", but bugger all in the way of official communications.

Good to see their fans behaving like absolute primitive animals over social media. 

 

Always finding the lowest ebb, Liverpool fans and its never their fault. Some barkley hunt on talksport earlier was making their apologies and suggested it was nothing to do with Liverpool football club. Yeah. Same as the covid celebrations, the bus attack, the bloke being pushed in the fountain in Barcelona and numerous other incidents. Its funny how its NEVER Liverpool fans but people entirely unrelated to the club. 

 

Their fans are ****ing animals. 

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Just now, foxile5 said:

Good to see their fans behaving like absolute primitive animals over social media. 

 

Always finding the lowest ebb, Liverpool fans and its never their fault. Some barkley hunt on talksport earlier was making their apologies and suggested it was nothing to do with Liverpool football club. Yeah. Same as the covid celebrations, the bus attack, the bloke being pushed in the fountain in Barcelona and numerous other incidents. Its funny how its NEVER Liverpool fans but people entirely unrelated to the club. 

 

Their fans are ****ing animals. 

 

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6 minutes ago, foxile5 said:

How does it work with pubs? Are they included in that total? 

No. I think pubs are exempt from the PPV charges. Something about them already paying a higher subscription/licence fee (They're classed as business customers) to show the games as it is. Thats my understanding based on what the football club i coach at have to pay so get Sky and BT in the clubhouse

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5 hours ago, Grebfromgrebland said:

Really? You can't beat the feeling of a win. You're effectively saying you're glad we missed out on champions league last season because we tried to play the right way.

If that was us playing the right way I’d hate to see us play the wrong way 🙃

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21 minutes ago, Thefox81 said:

If that figure is true (i really cant see it being that low) then you just know all the "high profile" games on the next tv pick will be ppv and all the crap ones will be their so called free games.

Yeah don’t see it being that low but The viewing figures are not really that high in general for premier league football anyway, on sky they tend to average 1.5 million viewers per game over the course of the season, most watched game was in 2012 Man Utd Man City 4million viewers 

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https://www.skysports.com/share/12109174
 

European Premier League: Liverpool and Manchester United in talks for FIFA-backed tournament

A $6 billion (£4.6 billion) financing package is being drawn up to back the launch of a new European Premier League, Sky News reveals


Liverpool and Manchester United are in talks about a bombshell plot involving Europe's biggest football clubs to join a new FIFA-backed tournament that would reshape the sport's global landscape.

Sky News has learned that financiers are assembling a $6 billion (£4.6 billion) funding package to assist the creation of what could become known as the European Premier League.

More than a dozen teams from England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain are in negotiations about becoming founder members of the competition.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

https://www.skysports.com/share/12109174
 

European Premier League: Liverpool and Manchester United in talks for FIFA-backed tournament

A $6 billion (£4.6 billion) financing package is being drawn up to back the launch of a new European Premier League, Sky News reveals

 

 

Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City and Tottenham candidates to join

According to insiders, a handful of English sides have been approached about joining the league, with the other candidates comprising Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

 

If they want to do this then they should have to leave the Premier League 

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3 minutes ago, jammie82uk said:

https://www.skysports.com/share/12109174
 

European Premier League: Liverpool and Manchester United in talks for FIFA-backed tournament

A $6 billion (£4.6 billion) financing package is being drawn up to back the launch of a new European Premier League, Sky News reveals

 

 

Good tell them to fuch off and never come back. After the project big picture and now this the sooner they go the better for me.

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Even that, though, is unlikely to be sufficient to appease critics of the biggest clubs, who have long-sought to find ways of preventing 'smaller' sides breaking their stranglehold on the domestic leagues - as Leicester City, did, for example, in 2016, when it won the Premier League.

 

 :claudio:

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