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Posted 1/30/12

kufirst wrote:


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Watching liverpool versus Man U now.1-1 at 58 mins.


That was the FA Cup not the Barclay's Premier League. Heh.





Same shit.Different smell.

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Posted 1/30/12

TUPAC115 wrote:


kufirst wrote:


TUPAC115 wrote:

Watching liverpool versus Man U now.1-1 at 58 mins.


That was the FA Cup not the Barclay's Premier League. Heh.





Same shit.Different smell.



I knew what you meant. Glad the Pool won though!
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He had a pretty rough game but I stick by the logic that you win as a team and you lose a team. De Gea seemed to grow a bit more confident as the game progressed too. Plus, United had chances to win the game too; so unless you're Tim Howard, it's not easy for a keeper to score goals and win the game! Credit to Liverpool for taking their chances and finishing off the game.
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I think the Premier League the best league in the world
My favorite team: Chelsea
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Posted 3/11/12

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Chelsea are a hatred of mine. Oh, how my fury burns with passion.


You should've at least beat the most arrogant and mutinous lot in the universe.
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Posted 3/12/12

kufirst wrote:

You should've at least beat the most arrogant and mutinous lot in the universe.


Meh, I like Drogba anyways. He's a nice guy.
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Posted 3/12/12
How 'bout them Swans?

Albeit Man City should have been aware of what to expect seeing how Swansea handled United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham at home.
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Yeah, when they played the Gunners they literally played the same exact style of play but did it ten times better. So they know how to beat the really strong teams. Their win over the weekend just solidifies their credentials to stay in the Premier League.
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Swansea have good games, but from what I can tell, when they lose, they really freaking lose. Either by score or just playing poorly. I know what you mean about playing the same type of football as Arsenal, but against Stoke that was actually one of the reasons they lost. Their short passes were going nowhere, and they kept on passing straight back to the keeper whenever we so much as crossed the half way line.
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Yeah but you can't play Stoke like that. I'd say Stoke and Everton are the two teams you'd have trouble playing like that against because how physical and aggressive they are. But it's amazing when you think of the talent swansea has and they manage to get those wins. When you look at their roster(not including loans) they don't have many players that wow you. Maybe Allen and Britton but that's just their vision and passing ability as well as Sinclair and Dyer because their pace and skill on the ball. I love watching them play. I also enjoy the fact that everyone wrote them off to be relegated but they've shown they're intent to stay up.
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Posted 3/16/12
I think Danny Graham, who they bought at the start of this season, deserves some credit aswell. He's been brilliant for them. Anyways, it looks like them and Norwich will both be staying up, but I hope that QPR go down. I really do hate them.
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Oh i agree, once Graham adapted to the level of play he's been brilliant. I think Norwich and Swansea came up with a big chip on their shoulder and they've played very well. QPR just tried to buy their way into the BPL and just proves that buying without thinking just kinda gets you screwed. Kinda how I think City may implode because they just bought the biggest names.
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Definitely agree on the clashing styles in the BPL and how interesting it is to watch. Arsenal have paid the price many times down the years playing certain teams that have been so physical and good at set pieces (Chelsea, Stoke, Fulham, Bolton).

I strangely remember the first Swansea fixture earlier in the season and it was one of the most boring matches I can remember. So it really was appalling (from an Arsenal view) and impressive (overall) when they played them off the pitch the second time around.

Glad to see any team with Joey Barton fail miserably, ha!
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Posted 3/17/12
Lets see what happens....
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I know it's not BPL but I can't help but bring up the incident with Fabrice Muamba in the FA cup since both Spurs and Wanderers are in the BPL.
I hope he's alright, that looked bad.
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