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Jason

Premier League thread

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no excuses, we have to win the league, although i don't think we'll win it

we've massively underachieved in the league during the Roman era

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Yup. It's a tough run in sandwiched between Champions League games but if we can get through that period and be amongst the top three (hopefully higher but keeping expectations low) then that four month period after is where we can pick up some serious points.

Fergie used to say that if United were 5 points off the top at Christmas then they could definitely win the league with their experience. I think the same applies. It's unkind scheduling but if we can use the squad effectively for the midweek CL games then we've got enough to win these games.

Of course if we win all these games..... :D

Yeah, reality often seems to disagree with what's on paper, especially for us. Last season it was the run of tough games that made close the gap to the top, so you never know.

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"Mourinho may well have a legitimate claim to call foul play when he sees what lies in the store for Chelsea. The games that take place on weekend after European games are usually the battleground for grievances and Chelsea's fixtures following their Champions League group games are as follows: Manchester City (away); Arsenal (home); Manchester United (away); Liverpool (away); Sunderland (away) and Hull City (home)." :doh:

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"Mourinho may well have a legitimate claim to call foul play when he sees what lies in the store for Chelsea. The games that take place on weekend after European games are usually the battleground for grievances and Chelsea's fixtures following their Champions League group games are as follows: Manchester City (away); Arsenal (home); Manchester United (away); Liverpool (away); Sunderland (away) and Hull City (home)." :doh:

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"Mourinho may well have a legitimate claim to call foul play when he sees what lies in the store for Chelsea. The games that take place on weekend after European games are usually the battleground for grievances and Chelsea's fixtures following their Champions League group games are as follows: Manchester City (away); Arsenal (home); Manchester United (away); Liverpool (away); Sunderland (away) and Hull City (home)." :doh:

we played those first four games after midweekeers last season and picked up ten points.

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Really really hope West Ham at home on 26th of December is a late game...flying in to London on the 26th arriving at 13:00, hope there is enough time to get to the Bridge...

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It isnt important who we face and when, whats important is our form and their form when we play.

I guess we will look more into rotation this time, also we should beat more small teams, main reason we lost title last year. This season should be fun :)

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Utterly not bothered by the fixture, just beat them all!

Yea TBH we cant really predict anything.. we dont know anything really.

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