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Barclays Premier League- 2016/17 Season Thread

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Well, that was a disappointing start, although my guys showed some nice resilience.

 

 

On another note, apparently, it's a foul if the defender crashes into you shoulder-to-shoulder, and you don't go down in the box.

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13 hours ago, DirtyMagic97 said:

In not so surprising news, Leicester City have lost to potentially relegation-bound Hull City. Should be amusing to watch in UCL.

Leicester luck is running out...  They won record games by 1 goal margin, their opponents had the worst conversion rate  in Europe and Leicester had the best conversion rate in Europe.  Last season was a miracle.

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Wenger is starting first game with Alexis up front who struggles mighty as CF and Xhaka, Cazorla and Chamberlain on the bench...  No way Arsenal is winning this game...  Horrid formation with main midfielders on the bench....

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11 minutes ago, Fenrir said:

Alberto Moreno, ladies and gentlemen... 

Liverpool will win.  Wenger put on a horrible team and formation...  Half of them are back ups and the other half is playing in position they are always struggle in...  I'm 100% sure Wenger is tanking this game on purpose because no way he's that dumb.

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Wenger threw this game...  Thank God it's his last season.

When the fans can call the game and evaluate talent better than coach... It's trouble.

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12 hours ago, ARSEN said:

Wenger threw this game...  Thank God it's his last season.

When the fans can call the game and evaluate talent better than coach... It's trouble.

But did he really have to throw it against Pool? Those guys don't need any favors, dammit!

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