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Boltergeist

2012-13 EPL season

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Manchester City I would guess?

Talking about a move back to Man U.

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Isn't NBC showing EPL next year?

Yep. They reached a 3-year $250million deal in November I think.

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Eh? Man U is half a billion dollar in debt? When will their credit card run out?

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Transfer fun has started: Demba Ba to Chelsea, Sturridge to Liverpool

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So no Pato to Liverpool?

Ba is a great CF, now they can send Torres back to bench.

Arsenal submitted a bid for Adrian Lopez from Athletico Madrid. Another guy who will likely flop in premier league.

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Liverpool is actually stringing together some decent performances. Go Redddssss

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So no Pato to Liverpool?

Ba is a great CF, now they can send Torres back to bench.

Arsenal submitted a bid for Adrian Lopez from Athletico Madrid. Another guy who will likely flop in premier league.

I don't think the Reds wants to deal with another player who can't stay healthy. Pato has a lot of talent, but he is just too injury-prone. He'll feel more comfortable in Brazil.

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Chelsea lost to QPR? Just wow... No matter who Chelsea buys or how much they spend, they always tend do suck...

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Joe Cole back to West Ham. Goodbye £100,000 per week. What a waste.

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