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« Reply #15 on: August 01, 2022, 12:49:51 PM »
1. City bought Haaland just so no one else can have him
2. £100m man Grealish not getting a look in, he's top class but Pep can't make it work, shambles
3. Pep doesn't like big personalities, Haaland will be his new Zlatan
4. Boring as fvck cheating ba$tards

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« Reply #16 on: August 01, 2022, 12:54:20 PM »
1. City bought Haaland just so no one else can have him
2. £100m man Grealish not getting a look in, he's top class but Pep can't make it work, shambles
3. Pep doesn't like big personalities, Haaland will be his new Zlatan
4. Boring as fvck cheating ba$tards

Yeah I think being exciting and not winning the league is far better
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« Reply #17 on: August 01, 2022, 01:11:22 PM »
World Cup will have a massive say in who wins the league this year. 5 weeks away from their clubs for players. Playing in 40C heat is bound to have its toll. It will obviously depend on what countries get to what stage of the WC and what players that involves. Will be interesting the fixtures around Christmas and who has the squad depth to be able to give certain players a rest.

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« Reply #18 on: August 01, 2022, 01:19:49 PM »
I reckon Liverpool will win with City 2nd, Spurs 3rd and Chelsea 4th.

But, I could easily switch Arsenal or United into 4th.

Bournemouth, Fulham to go back down and I've a feeling Everton could be a mess.
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« Reply #19 on: August 01, 2022, 01:52:00 PM »
World Cup will have a massive say in who wins the league this year. 5 weeks away from their clubs for players. Playing in 40C heat is bound to have its toll. It will obviously depend on what countries get to what stage of the WC and what players that involves. Will be interesting the fixtures around Christmas and who has the squad depth to be able to give certain players a rest.

Big help to Liverpool Salah not going.

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« Reply #20 on: August 01, 2022, 01:52:24 PM »
I reckon Liverpool will win with City 2nd, Spurs 3rd and Chelsea 4th.

But, I could easily switch Arsenal or United into 4th.

Bournemouth, Fulham to go back down and I've a feeling Everton could be a mess.

I agree with you about Everton, wouldn’t be at all surprised to see them go. Frank might be the first manager to get the chop also.

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« Reply #21 on: August 01, 2022, 01:53:54 PM »
1. City bought Haaland just so no one else can have him
2. £100m man Grealish not getting a look in, he's top class but Pep can't make it work, shambles
3. Pep doesn't like big personalities, Haaland will be his new Zlatan
4. Boring as fvck cheating ba$tards

Yeah I think being exciting and not winning the league is far better

19 teams won't win the league, a bit of sporting integrity wouldn't go amiss

Pep's dilemma was Haaland playing for Madrid, Bayern, Chelsea, other was going to make their challenge for the CL more difficult, so he bought the brute to save himself the hassle

I'd rather be a Liverpool supporter and come second than be a Man City fan and win the lot, the league itself is compromised due to financial doping as you know

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« Reply #22 on: August 01, 2022, 01:55:02 PM »
World Cup will have a massive say in who wins the league this year. 5 weeks away from their clubs for players. Playing in 40C heat is bound to have its toll. It will obviously depend on what countries get to what stage of the WC and what players that involves. Will be interesting the fixtures around Christmas and who has the squad depth to be able to give certain players a rest.
Won’t be near 40c more like 29-30c that time of year plus all the stadiums have air conditioning systems  put in to cool the entire stadium.
Not ideal having it when it is in the middle of a season but I don’t think heat will be as big a factor as some think.
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« Reply #23 on: August 01, 2022, 02:49:37 PM »
1. City bought Haaland just so no one else can have him
2. £100m man Grealish not getting a look in, he's top class but Pep can't make it work, shambles
3. Pep doesn't like big personalities, Haaland will be his new Zlatan
4. Boring as fvck cheating ba$tards

Yeah I think being exciting and not winning the league is far better

19 teams won't win the league, a bit of sporting integrity wouldn't go amiss

Pep's dilemma was Haaland playing for Madrid, Bayern, Chelsea, other was going to make their challenge for the CL more difficult, so he bought the brute to save himself the hassle

I'd rather be a Liverpool supporter and come second than be a Man City fan and win the lot, the league itself is compromised due to financial doping as you know

I'd rather be a Man City supporter and come second than be a Liverpool fan and win the lot, the league itself is compromised due to Liverpool players all having asthma as you know

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« Reply #24 on: August 01, 2022, 02:51:22 PM »
I reckon Liverpool will win with City 2nd, Spurs 3rd and Chelsea 4th.

But, I could easily switch Arsenal or United into 4th.

Bournemouth, Fulham to go back down and I've a feeling Everton could be a mess.

I agree with you about Everton, wouldn’t be at all surprised to see them go. Frank might be the first manager to get the chop also.

get in Idrissa Gueye he'll make a power of difference to Everton who's midfield has been a big achilles heel.

He was some spud in his day and I know he's early 30's now, but can only be an upgrade on Gomez/Davies/Allan/An other...

Barkley would be a poor signing even on a free but Batshuayi might be worth the punt.


But yes, I can see Everton struggle badly if DCL isn't bagging them in on a regular basis.


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« Reply #25 on: August 01, 2022, 02:53:19 PM »
World Cup will have a massive say in who wins the league this year. 5 weeks away from their clubs for players. Playing in 40C heat is bound to have its toll. It will obviously depend on what countries get to what stage of the WC and what players that involves. Will be interesting the fixtures around Christmas and who has the squad depth to be able to give certain players a rest.

Big help to Liverpool Salah not going.
The world cup could be a big factor alright, from a Liverpool point of view the worrying thing is pretty much all of thier midfeild - Fabinho, henderson, Thiago, Kieta - will be going to the world cup and are all either over 30 or injury prone ( or both)
The form of Jones/ Carvalho/Elliot when needed could be really important.
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« Reply #26 on: August 02, 2022, 03:42:47 PM »

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« Reply #27 on: August 02, 2022, 03:53:45 PM »
World Cup will have a massive say in who wins the league this year. 5 weeks away from their clubs for players. Playing in 40C heat is bound to have its toll. It will obviously depend on what countries get to what stage of the WC and what players that involves. Will be interesting the fixtures around Christmas and who has the squad depth to be able to give certain players a rest.
Won’t be near 40c more like 29-30c that time of year plus all the stadiums have air conditioning systems  put in to cool the entire stadium.
Not ideal having it when it is in the middle of a season but I don’t think heat will be as big a factor as some think.
The December World Cup will arse up the Premiership season rather than the GAA season
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« Reply #28 on: August 02, 2022, 03:58:33 PM »
World Cup will have a massive say in who wins the league this year. 5 weeks away from their clubs for players. Playing in 40C heat is bound to have its toll. It will obviously depend on what countries get to what stage of the WC and what players that involves. Will be interesting the fixtures around Christmas and who has the squad depth to be able to give certain players a rest.
Won’t be near 40c more like 29-30c that time of year plus all the stadiums have air conditioning systems  put in to cool the entire stadium.
Not ideal having it when it is in the middle of a season but I don’t think heat will be as big a factor as some think.
The December World Cup will arse up the Premiership season rather than the GAA season

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« Reply #29 on: August 04, 2022, 04:21:40 PM »
I reckon Liverpool will win with City 2nd, Spurs 3rd and Chelsea 4th.

But, I could easily switch Arsenal or United into 4th.

Bournemouth, Fulham to go back down and I've a feeling Everton could be a mess.

I agree with you about Everton, wouldn’t be at all surprised to see them go. Frank might be the first manager to get the chop also.

get in Idrissa Gueye he'll make a power of difference to Everton who's midfield has been a big achilles heel.

He was some spud in his day and I know he's early 30's now, but can only be an upgrade on Gomez/Davies/Allan/An other...

Barkley would be a poor signing even on a free but Batshuayi might be worth the punt.


But yes, I can see Everton struggle badly if DCL isn't bagging them in on a regular basis.

DCL out with a knee injury, 3 months allegedly..

Here comes Rondon, Everton are fucked...