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  2. The English Football Thread

    I said in the summer that these predictions of Spurs being nailed on 3rd were extremely lazy, they have stagnated and are going backwards. We have a serious shot at a comfortable 3rd place ourselves this season if we can get all our players fit.
  3. The English Football Thread

    Poch interview next on http://ripple.is/football/12101-manchester-city-vs-watford
  4. The English Football Thread

    Demarai Gray: The Leicester City Nowhere Man Whose Time Is Running Out to Impress https://www.90min.com/posts/6457850-demarai-gray-the-leicester-city-nowhere-man-whose-time-is-running-out-to-impress Early on in the second half of Manchester United and Leicester City's recent meeting at Old Trafford, an almighty roar erupted from the Stretford End. The United faithful weren't celebrating a goal, they were celebrating a tackle. With Demarai Gray looking to break down the right hand side - and with only his former teammate Harry Maguire to beat - ol' Slabhead stood firm, dispossessing the Foxes winger before swatting him aside and marauding up the pitch to start an attack of his own making. This moment has already been canonised by some Manchester United fans as the point in which Maguire became a fully fledged Red Devils hero, the immovable centre-back gallantly standing up to the hysterical Leicester fans who had had the audacity to boo their former talisman when his name was read out before the match. It's certainly a nice image - a compelling one as well - however Maguire's tackle is in reality far more symbolic of the point that Demarai Gray is at in his career, as opposed to where the England international is at in his. Let's flash back to the moment in question, whilst also adding some 'exposition' as they say in Hollywood. Gray inclusion in the starting XI was a shock. The winger had been absent from the squad altogether during the Foxes' opening two fixtures and a solitary substitute appearance against Bournemouth was the only prior time Gray had featured this season. snip
  5. The English Football Thread

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  6. The English Football Thread

    A win vs stinking pool would do us nicely man.....we would be on 11pts and in top 4.
  7. The English Football Thread

    I think both Maddison and Chilwell will be sold for huge fees to big clubs next summer. Leicester are like a talent factory who just keep developing top players and then selling them on. With the emergence and development of Mount and Emerson I can't see us being after either, unfortunately. Can see Arse, United, and City going all out for Chilwell and United going all out for Maddison to replace Lingard and Mata who are average these days.
  8. The English Football Thread

    nice win for Leicester fuck spuds Caglar Söyüncü is actually starting to play really well (the Kane goal aside)
  9. The English Football Thread

    First great result of the weekend. Hopefully not the last one lol. Never ever ever tired of seeing Tottenham lose.
  10. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    I agree that he hasn't be dreadful at all, which is why I hadn't criticised him till now. Just a number of goals in recent weeks could have possibly been prevented.
  11. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Really shouldn't have let Valencia's goal in either tbh. The bounce did him in I think as he was going low to save it. Ball was hit into the ground and bounced over right in front of him. Had little time to readjust.
  12. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Whenever a goalkeeper gets their hands on the ball, you feel like they ought to save it. thats is a really harsh standard (not just for that goal) Kepa has had a few too many of those I do grant that, but he has not been a mess overall the one thing I am not completely happy with is his distribution so far this year he was brilliant last year that's where the coaches need to step in and also work on his arm/hand strength
  13. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Whenever a goalkeeper gets their hands on the ball, you feel like they ought to save it.
  14. The English Football Thread

    great goal he plays so much better as 10 hats off to Rodgers smart tactical switch up
  15. The English Football Thread

    Leicester ahead......fuck you spurs cunts.
  16. The English Football Thread

    Maddison... 2 1
  17. The English Football Thread

    Make that 10 [emoji1]
  18. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Really shouldn't have let Valencia's goal in either tbh. that is a bit harsh, 95% plus was on the defence falling asleep on that free kick
  19. The English Football Thread

    Has to after they won 4-0 against Palace and Villa 3 1
  20. The English Football Thread

    Has to after they won 4-0 against Palace Yeah thats what I thought......still a horrible stat though.
  21. The English Football Thread

    yes, away games, they just added that spuds beat Villa and Palace this season so far, at home
  22. The English Football Thread

    Has to be after they won 4-0 against Palace
  23. The English Football Thread

    let me check, I am going off the presenters
  24. The English Football Thread

    You sure? You mean away games right?
  25. The English Football Thread

    a 22, 23yo JT would go for well over £100m now, probably £115m or so it is madness Lamps £150m or so easy at that age too
  26. The English Football Thread

    Spuds tracking atm to nine EPL games without a win
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