Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

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Murray

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Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Murray on Sat Oct 22, 2016 1:00 am

Saturday 22 October

Bournemouth 12:30 Spurs
Arsenal 15:00 Middlesbrough
Burnley 15:00 Everton
Hull 15:00 Stoke
Leicester 15:00 Crystal Palace
Swansea 15:00 Watford
West Ham 15:00 Sunderland
Liverpool 17:30 West Brom

Sunday 23 October

Man City 13:30 Southampton
Chelsea 16:00 Man Utd
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Luis

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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Luis on Sat Oct 22, 2016 2:45 pm

Not a great 2 league games for Spurs - lucky to salvage a point vs WBA and just a point vs Bournmouth today. No one can argue they have the best defence in the league currently and they work tremendously hard as a team unit but not sure they have the attacking talent to win the title.
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The Chosen Glenn

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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by The Chosen Glenn on Sat Oct 22, 2016 7:20 pm

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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by shazlx on Sun Oct 23, 2016 3:25 pm

Been a good week of results for Liverpool so far...
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Murray

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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Murray on Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:30 pm

Mou must have forgotten his bus today
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Murray

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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Murray on Sun Oct 23, 2016 6:01 pm

Time to dig this out again

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Isco Benny

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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Isco Benny on Mon Oct 24, 2016 9:05 pm

Luis wrote:Not a great 2 league games for Spurs - lucky to salvage a point vs WBA and just a point vs Bournmouth today. No one can argue they have the best defence in the league currently and they work tremendously hard as a team unit but not sure they have the attacking talent to win the title.

We weren't lucky to salvage a point against West Brom at all. They rode their luck thanks to a top class performance from Ben Foster, and then in typical Pulis fashion they managed to score off one of a small handful of set pieces they fashioned. If we had lost that game it would have been a travesty.

Bournemouth on the other hand was a different kettle of fish. A draw was as much as we deserved, just. Howe is doing bits with that team.

We do have issues with fluidity in attack, from chances created to conversion. That is indeed a problem, exacerbated by losing the Golden Boot Winner from last season and Jannsen struggling to adjust to the league. It doesn't help playing 3 games in 6 days, all of them away. But that's what happens when you get into the CL, no throw away games now in Europe where we can field youth teams like we used to do in the Europa with Redknapp.




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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Forza Italia!Forza Milan! on Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:15 pm

Isco Benny wrote:
Luis wrote:Not a great 2 league games for Spurs - lucky to salvage a point vs WBA and just a point vs Bournmouth today. No one can argue they have the best defence in the league currently and they work tremendously hard as a team unit but not sure they have the attacking talent to win the title.

We weren't lucky to salvage a point against West Brom at all. They rode their luck thanks to a top class performance from Ben Foster, and then in typical Pulis fashion they managed to score off one of a small handful of set pieces they fashioned. If we had lost that game it would have been a travesty.

Bournemouth on the other hand was a different kettle of fish. A draw was as much as we deserved, just. Howe is doing bits with that team.

We do have issues with fluidity in attack, from chances created to conversion. That is indeed a problem, exacerbated by losing the Golden Boot Winner from last season and Jannsen struggling to adjust to the league. It doesn't help playing 3 games in 6 days, all of them away. But that's what happens when you get into the CL, no throw away games now in Europe where we can field youth teams like we used to do in the Europa with Redknapp.





Odds of you guys selling Lamela in January?
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Re: Premier League Week 9 22-23 October

Post by Fey on Wed Oct 26, 2016 3:10 pm

United are a fucking shambles still, thats what, 500 million invested over 3 years? Hilarious in a way.

Spurs still dont impress me so far, think Liverpool has more dept in their squad again.

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