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Football results today

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Spurs V Araenal moved to 12:45 from 3pm today, for BT. It was never going to be 3pm but it's still bloody annoying. Now I'll have to start drinking at 9:30.

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Spurs V Araenal moved to 12:45 from 3pm today, for BT. It was never going to be 3pm but it's still bloody annoying. Now I'll have to start drinking at 9:30.

You will need a consolation drink, start before the game and be comfortably numb for the carnage...

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Fecking, fecking Sky!!!

I have tickets for Arsenal away and it has been moved from 13th February 3pm to midday 14th February. Non refundable train tickets booked.

I have a table of ten booked for clients in hospitality for the Newcastle game on 12th March. It has been moved to the Monday night. Luckily the booking was made on the condition that if it moves they will refund me. Monday night hospitality just isn't the same. Got to tell the clients now.

Mega annoyed!!!!

 

This is the type of stuff United, Chelsea and City fans have been dealing with for years and years.

 

When you look like you're in with a chance of winning the league or do win the league, Sky move your matches.

 

However, it is a double edged sword.  Without them (and BT) the Premier League clubs would be a hell of a lot worse off.

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I will not comment as AFC play CFC tomorrow - so I'll wait until then.

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My hearts pounding. Could the double over City be on?!?!

 

COYI !!  :grin:

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Denied by a cross bar with the last kick.
However 4 points from City this year shows the improvement  :)

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Was a good game - penalty looked soft from where we were sitting so will have to watch on MoTD.

 

Yaya Toure and Demechelis (sp) - dirty feckers :angry:

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Was a good game - penalty looked soft from where we were sitting so will have to watch on MoTD.

Yaya Toure and Demechelis (sp) - dirty feckers :angry:

Definitely a pen. Jenkinson even hurt his knee because he made so much contact with Aguero.

Our away form continues to cost us dearly, it's getting beyond a joke now. At least Aguero is fit again and turning defeats into draws in the road.

West Ham play some good stuff and Payet had to be in contention for player of the season so far. Just a shame they don't seem as up for it when playing lesser sides.

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Great Leicester performance yesterday.

Not often I will say this: Come on Chelsea!!

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Great Leicester performance yesterday.

Not often I will say this: Come on Chelsea!!

In a polite way, feck off.

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City should have been down to 10 men.

 

Nothing to say about United as I actually managed to predict the result correctly. :roflmao:

 

I'm hoping for a Chelsea win today for FF results.  I won't be surprised to see a draw but I don't particularly care as long as Arsenal don't win (not just for the FF results).

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City should have been down to 10 men.

 

Nothing to say about United as I actually managed to predict the result correctly. :roflmao:

 

I'm hoping for a Chelsea win today for FF results.  I won't be surprised to see a draw but I don't particularly care as long as Arsenal don't win (not just for the FF results).

In a not so polite way, feck off :)

Mr 100+ points behind me. Let's hope Costa gets a red card.

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Depends on your tactical view. Down to ten men, need to replace a forward with a defender, who do you sacrifice? The target man who can hold it up for others to join the attack and can get you that goal at set pieces, or the quick forward who can attack on the break and outpace Chelsea's slow defence?

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"Ideally I'd have loved to stay but the club is going in a different direction."

Presumably one where they employ central defenders who aren't shit hasbeens who shag other players' wives.

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I'd be happier if it said "leave the country."

He has confirmed that he will not play for another English Club.

Some interesting FA cup ties. Stand ours for me are

Chelsea v man city

Shrewsbury v man Utd

Bournemouth v Everton

There are a couple of ties featuring all championship clubs meaning a few 'smaller' will be in the 1/4 finals.

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Manchester City have confirmed the appointment of Pep Guardiola as manager (from end of this season).

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Manchester City have confirmed the appointment of Pep Guardiola as manager (from end of this season).

 

The media can move onto something else.

Hopefully City can concentrate on knocking Chelsea out of the cup.

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