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Steve

The English Football Thread

Started by Steve,

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It's quite difficult, but, as I said before, last year we won Premier League with + 8 points. If we recover our best football for the rest of the season we can have a chance.

We have had a totally awful start of season, but now we have to work more and more to try to recover the highest number of points as possible.

At least, we need to get to January with - 3 points of difference with the first team to try to reach the second part of the season with a normal / acceptable distance to fight in the last months of the season with some possibility.


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Newcastle for us and City at The Lane, wonderful chance to close the gap to 5/6.

Absolutely spot on. Newcastle are in terrible form and we can use that. Jose is going to win for the first time there. Its going to be difficult match for City

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Just saw City's highlights on TV. Great efforts from Adrian, but the way West Ham watched Kevin take that shot without NO ONE in front of him, at the edge of the box reminded of how Chelsea have been defending. Very poor defending there and a very nice shot by Kevin. the second half was all City and West Ham held them back brilliantly.

and biggest lol in the world on City and Arsenal. Both predictable in Europe and Arsenal also playing us. Crisis averted we'll gain the confidence we need to start clicking, but there are problems that will need José's intervention to be fixed. Some things just aren't tolerable anymore and we can't afford another sacrificial season and honestly might not even be lucky enough to draw so many results without actually earning them in a way.

actually it was noble's fault. noble did a number on KDB all through the match but just switched off on that instant.

watch it again, noble has kdb covered but then ball watches and leaves him free, the ball is passed to kdb and the defenders just dont come out.

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Absolutely spot on. Newcastle are in terrible form and we can use that. Jose is going to win for the first time there. Its going to be difficult match for City

I just simply can't see us losing there 4 times in a row, its hard enough for a big team to beat another in the same fixture four times on the spin, I can't recall doing it to any top 4/6 side before Arse today.

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Even Drogba didn't net past Arsenal every time.

hahahah.. ya so aguero wont score a hat-trick. probably a brace or something. :lol: time to make some updates in FPL

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Yeah word, Man City always thrash Tottenham... even late last year, when they had fallen to 12pts behind us City had no problem dispatching them.

But I'm still gonna hold out hope. Even if its a draw!

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Walsall and and a horrible Newcastle will be just the right opponents at just the right time. Hopefully we can crush Porto afterwards and we are in a decent position to recover some of the 8 points to City in fall

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actually it was noble's fault. noble did a number on KDB all through the match but just switched off on that instant.

watch it again, noble has kdb covered but then ball watches and leaves him free, the ball is passed to kdb and the defenders just dont come out.

I don't want to come out as a bitter fan who let go of a great player, but Kevin had a couple of good moments there - the goal included - and that was it, nothing worth mentioning. It's early days in a new team, but he already knows the league, his adaptation should be really fast. I have no doubts he's a great player and will improve even more, he just has a lot to prove in the big stage imo.

Also, teams let go of players all the time and sometimes it's for the best, sometimes for the worst. The problem isn't letting him go, the problem is not having someone to take us to the level we need. If you let go of a player, but your team has exactly what it needs, then it's okay. I don't know if we have and he'd probably improve us, it's just his attitude I have issues with, but he's young and could have improved that too.

The goal was definitely a nice shot, but it was a one vs. one with the keeper as West Ham just opened for him to shoot. He's always had a very nice shot on him...

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I don't want to come out as a bitter fan who let go of a great player, but Kevin had a couple of good moments there - the goal included - and that was it, nothing worth mentioning. It's early days in a new team, but he already knows the league, his adaptation should be really fast. I have no doubts he's a great player and will improve even more, he just has a lot to prove in the big stage imo.

Also, teams let go of players all the time and sometimes it's for the best, sometimes for the worst. The problem isn't letting him go, the problem is not having someone to take us to the level we need.

I would say the Bundseliga is quite a big stage .. to be voted their POY is quite an achievement

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Absolutely spot on. Newcastle are in terrible form and we can use that. Jose is going to win for the first time there. Its going to be difficult match for City

Whenever newcastle plays like shit, they usualy put a world class performance against us.

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Is Slaven Billic a tactical mastermind or something? Nine points from Emirates, Anfield and Ethiad is an inhuman return at WHU.

EPL is very poor from a tactical standpoint. Not hard to look like a tactical genius in this league.

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Is Slaven Billic a tactical mastermind or something? Nine points from Emirates, Anfield and Ethiad is an inhuman return at WHU.

Bilic has always been a tactically decent manager. Has proved it during his time with Croatia, Besiktas etc.

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