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Premier League thoughts 2020-21 to the end of the season.

Discussion in 'Sport Talk' started by aposhark, Mar 13, 2021.

  1. Mattecube
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    Some very good goals from West Ham against Wolves on Monday night
  2. Mattecube
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    Top four now a fight between Chelski Liverpool or West Ham maybe a late shout from Everton, to much unrest at Spurs now
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  3. JohnAsh
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    Man U v Spurs soon. Hopefully a different game to the last meeting. :confused:
  4. Aromulus
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    After the last drubbing at home I haven't lost hope for Chelsea to qualify for Europe.
    The win away to Porto last night in the CL did help a lot restore my confidence.
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    Chelsea favorites to go through. Man City still in it by the skin of their teeth. Liverpool need a miracle.
  6. aposhark
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    These bizarre home results continue :eek:
  7. Mattecube
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    Super Leeds
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  8. Aromulus
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    First time Chelsea scores more than 2 goals since Tuchel took over.......
    Good game, aggressive from the start and dominated
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    Pep rested to many key players. Important game in mid-week in the Champions league.
    29 shots 1 goal, Leeds 2 shots 2 goals. Leeds defended well, City didn't.
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  10. Mattecube
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    Super Hammers by the tips of the fingertips
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  11. Mattecube
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    Super Spurs:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

    Super Red Devils:D
  12. aposhark
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    Man Utd are looking very good again.
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    It's got Man City looking over their shoulders. Fixture pile up, 7 league games left, Semi-final, league cup final and quarter-final champions away leg with Borussia Dormund.
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  14. aposhark
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    If Everton don't beat Brighton on the south coast tonight, the CL is gone and maybe even any European competition.
    Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin don't know how to score any more.
    So many other teams have proven goal scorers and Everton do not.
    We will see what happens in the summer when the transfer window opens but I think they are focussed on the new stadium now.
  15. Mattecube
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    I have my Real Dortmund scarf on;)
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  16. Mattecube
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    Well done City GÅ•rrrrrr
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  17. Aromulus
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    Chelsea - Real- Madrid next week.......... A daunting task indeed
  18. aposhark
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    Perhaps Real Madrid will be thinking the same about playing Chelsea ;)
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  19. Aromulus
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    I have had dreams of Chelsea-Roma in the Supercup................
    I wouldn't know which team to support......
  20. aposhark
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    Quite a conundrum :eek:
    If it happened, I'd bet your Italian roots would hold sway :)

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