Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Ross K, Aug 10, 2008.
Really nice to see Pogba back
Finally Lukaku on the scoresheet as well. 11 in 10, then 0 in 7 or something like that. Wavy.
Now if only Real could have a meltdown in the Champions League too. No amount of karma will be enough for them but any start of it would be nice.
Now with the way Barcelona have been playing for the last 10-12 years, the great generation of players they have, most notably Messi, I usually don't mind if we lose the title race to them, because they really are scary good and consistent. But not pushing until the end is awful. And this is not the first time that Real fell behind by such a margin early in the season. This La Liga title defense is set to be as pathetic as the previous one.
Oh well, the back to back CLs will always be remembered as a historic feat though.
Long way to go but hard to see West Ham staying up. At least we should get Millwall next year!
Come on feel the Moyes.
Valencia are doing a very good job of not letting Barca run away with the title, and if they beat them at home this weekend things get even more interesting.
It's only November and already 5 Premier League managers have been sacked this season. Pulis joins the "party" with De Boer, Shakespeare, Koeman and Bilic.
Guess it is not that surprising. Still felt they would have held on to him for another few beatings. Finally, is it time for Scholes or Giggs to get a job? Before it is all said and done, Giggs and Scholes would have been linked with every single job there is. The links will keep coming, but, for some reason, nobody ever takes them on. They remain part-time pundits. This is what I see in my mind. It is rather comical.
I suppose Sevile and the victims could be interesting today, not too enthralled by much though.
Looks like even 3-0 isn't safe when you have defense like Liverpool. Still they shouldn't have problem sealing qualification to the last 16.
Cristiano with a brace, never in doubt. 18 Champions League goals in 2017, a new record.
City scoring 88th-minute winners now. Go home everybody else, you're drunk.
Makes a world of difference. Was good to see him coming back strong in first game. It must keep up.
Looks like the Sevilla manager told his players at half time that he has cancer. Maybe that's where they found some motivation for the second half comeback. Wishing Eduardo Berizzo a successful recovery.
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