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Away games in 4 of our 6 games after CL games.

City away in only 2 of their 6 after CL games.

That could be a telling difference, especially if we get an Eastern Bloc team in our group and have miles to travel.

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Meh who cares. Start at home and finish at home is nice. The rest can be whatever it wants. There's always gonna be a team with a tricky start, or tricky christmas period or tricky run in.

Everyone plays everyone. Everyone will never be happy with any fixture list ever.

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Meh who cares. Start at home and finish at home is nice. The rest can be whatever it wants. There's always gonna be a team with a tricky start, or tricky christmas period or tricky run in.

Everyone plays everyone. Everyone will never be happy with any fixture list ever.

Under Mourinho I would rather have a very hard middle or end than start.

Mou's blueprint for title's is starting like a steamtrain and staying at the top come hell or high water, his team's don't have a good track record of chasing down team's, which is what we could well have to do this time looking at those fixtures.

But on the flip side if we end October top it would be a very very strong position.

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Prefer to have a tough start myself with an easier Christmas period and run in.

Sort of glad we have both City and Everton away out of the way so early. Two of the toughest away games.

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Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur on the opening day.


Manchester City v Chelsea on the next matchday


Arsenal v Liverpool on the third match day.



Brilliant start to the football season!

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Away games in 4 of our 6 games after CL games.

City away in only 2 of their 6 after CL games.

That could be a telling difference, especially if we get an Eastern Bloc team in our group and have miles to travel.

2 of them are West Ham and Spurs.....Thursday night Europa league meaning they could also be in the Eastern Bloc .

Saving grace means we will play them on Sunday or Monday night

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If the spurs home game stays a Saturday kick off or even moves to a 17:30 kick off then it is illuminati confirmed. In the 2010/11 season we also played them at Stamford Bridge on 30th April (Gomes cock up from Lampard shot and late Kalou winner)

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If the spurs home game stays a Saturday kick off or even moves to a 17:30 kick off then it is illuminati confirmed. In the 2010/11 season we also played them at Stamford Bridge on 30th April (Gomes cock up from Lampard shot and late Kalou winner)

Oh yes, the first was some way from actually going in and the second was offside by a mile. Rarely been more happy about a win! :D

EDIT: Also Sandro scored THAT goal which got him unbelievable (and probably undeserved) hype for a couple of years which he celebrated by the most ridiculous chicken dance while 'Arry yelled at him for going forward :lol: Good times...

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Away games in 4 of our 6 games after CL games.

City away in only 2 of their 6 after CL games.

That could be a telling difference, especially if we get an Eastern Bloc team in our group and have miles to travel.

As long as we have a strong squad depth and Mourinho is willing to rotate a little bit more, we should be fine. Post-UCL matches have never been a problem for us down the years.

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Prefer to have a tough start myself with an easier Christmas period and run in.

Sort of glad we have both City and Everton away out of the way so early. Two of the toughest away games.

And it's the same as last season. We had Everton away in the third game and City away in fifth.

The West Brom and Newcastle away games though...

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Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur on the opening day.

Manchester City v Chelsea on the next matchday

Arsenal v Liverpool on the third match day.

Brilliant start to the football season!

Who gives a toss about the other matches...we are main event every weekend

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Who gives a toss about the other matches...we are main event every weekend

yeah right on mate, fuck liverpoo and their shit stain of a team

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Name of The Ball Title : Nike Ordem 3

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Nike Website Store. England/Great Britain Edition

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click on the link above. click the Great Britain Flag and scroll down to see the details of the ball.

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