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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    West Brom target Slavisa Jokanovic and David Wagner after controversial Darren Moore sacking:
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    It will be Silva as championship is his level and he will be out of Everton soon

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    Looks harsh but WBA haven't won at home since Boxing day and they are clearly on the slide.

    Moore was never more than a glorified caretaker, a Steve Wigley type figure who got a bit of feel good factor and was lucky that it carried on into the early weeks of the new season. The longer he was in charge, the worse they got as he's just not got the knowledge/skills to take that kind of job on. Pretty laughable that some on this forum were drooling over him as the man to rejuvenate Saints.

    However, I think he should have been given the opportunity to take them to the play offs. It's a lottery and maybe they'd have snuck up. They'd better have a replacement planned and in otherwise it could backfire.

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    Pickford has really gone off the boil since the world cup. There is surely no way that he is still England's No. 1. He was all at sea today and was fortunate to stay on the pitch after taking out Rondon.

    Everton as a whole were atrocious. Losing to Newcastle after taking a 2 goal lead must surely put more pressure on Silva

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Kucho View Post
    Burnley - Liverpool tomorrow is a tough one. I want Burnley to lose, but don’t want Liverpool to win either..
    I want Liverpool to win tomorrow and then fluff the rest of the season. Simples


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    Quote Originally Posted by DT View Post
    I want Liverpool to win tomorrow and then fluff the rest of the season. Simples
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    Except when they play Cardiff.

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    [QUOTE=DT;2719651]I want Liverpool to win tomorrow and then fluff the rest of the season. Simples


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    I think I agree. Lots of other teams left for Liverpool to lose to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB Fry View Post
    Looks harsh but WBA haven't won at home since Boxing day and they are clearly on the slide.

    Moore was never more than a glorified caretaker, a Steve Wigley type figure who got a bit of feel good factor and was lucky that it carried on into the early weeks of the new season. The longer he was in charge, the worse they got as he's just not got the knowledge/skills to take that kind of job on. Pretty laughable that some on this forum were drooling over him as the man to rejuvenate Saints.

    However, I think he should have been given the opportunity to take them to the play offs. It's a lottery and maybe they'd have snuck up. They'd better have a replacement planned and in otherwise it could backfire.
    Home record recently poor but quite a no of away wins

    By that logic derby should sack lampard for being lower in the table with even less management experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baird of the land View Post
    Home record recently poor but quite a no of away wins

    By that logic derby should sack lampard for being lower in the table with even less management experience.
    Sorry I didn't realise all football chairmen must work to an aligned set of rules and assumptions so all their decisions are completely consistent with one another.

    That said, If you knew anything about Derby then you'd know that Mel Morris suffers no fools and is very quick to sack managers who, on the surface, are doing perfectly well. He likely would have binned the likes of Moore in no time. Lampard has got star power which counts for something but if they finish out of the top 6 then Derby sacking him would be entirely consistent with his previous decisions.

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    Cardiff xG over 4 yesterday. I’d written off this useless bastards but maybe too soon as didn’t seem lucky at all to beat West Ham.

    Brighton should have had Knockaert sent off in first min.

    Newcastle offside goal but also quite funny as against Everton

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    Oh, and as Charlton are my "other team", this has been a brilliant weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Cardiff xG over 4 yesterday. I’d written off this useless bastards but maybe too soon as didn’t seem lucky at all to beat West Ham.

    Brighton should have had Knockaert sent off in first min.

    Newcastle offside goal but also quite funny as against Everton
    I thought ref got knockheart one right. Wasn’t the force for it be red imo

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    Burnley 1-0 up

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    More absolute crap reffing going on in the Liverpool vs Burnley game! Burnley goal should never have stood. Clear foul on Alisson.

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    Birmingham fan just run on the pitch and lumped Grealish around the head. Unbelievable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LGTL View Post
    Birmingham fan just run on the pitch and lumped Grealish around the head. Unbelievable!
    Insane


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    1-1 now

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    Quote Originally Posted by davefizzy14 View Post
    1-1 now
    the wind must have eased off then

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    Quote Originally Posted by beatlesaint View Post
    the wind must have eased off then
    Yeah haha. Watching it on BT Sport. 2-1 now Mane. This is good news for us

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    Quote Originally Posted by davefizzy14 View Post
    Yeah haha. Watching it on BT Sport. 2-1 now Mane. This is good news for us
    well for the greater good, ie Southampton, good

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Disgusting club. Horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crab Lungs View Post
    Disgusting club. Horrible.
    Yeah and crowd applauding the cnt off. Dock them 10 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    Yeah and crowd applauding the cnt off. Dock them 10 points
    Ugh....

    Has anyone ever had anything good to say about Birmingham fans?

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    They were a vile bunch in the 70s too. Anyone else remember Hill Lane on 23/03/74?

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    The c**t didn’t even land it.

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    3-1

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    3-1 now. Good!

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    LOL, Grealish scores. Deserved.

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    The bottom six is how it should be according to current goal difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crab Lungs View Post
    LOL, Grealish scores. Deserved.
    Brum-Villa is one of my favourite derbies.

    Did you see the steward get taken away too

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    3-2 now

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    4-2 Mane. Good!

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    3-2 now. Burnley with a little injury time surge. Now Mané makes it 4-2.

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    wolves 24% possession, 1 shot all game (as opposed to Chelsea's 1 winning 1 nil...….. jammy bastards
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    Quote Originally Posted by doddisalegend View Post
    wolves 24% possession, 1 shot all game (as opposed to Chelsea's 1 winning 1 nil...….. jammy bastards
    And then do a Saints special and concede a 93rd minute equaliser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    The bottom six is how it should be according to current goal difference.
    Not quite. On GD Brighton should be above Bournemouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crab Lungs View Post
    LOL, Grealish scores. Deserved.
    More evidence of what scum they have in;their support
    Tweet now deleted mocking Jack Grealish’s brother who died and how happy they are about it.


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    Jesus Christ. How low can some of these scrum get. I'm glad I can't be assed to bother with 'social' media normally, and when I see crap like this, I know I'm not missing out.

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    Dear oh dear.

    No-one minds like minded hoolies fighting it out, but this stuff is cowardly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    That’s probably the worst penalty I’ve ever seen. Wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    VAR would have had that retaken sparing his blushes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OttawaSaint View Post
    That’s probably the worst penalty I’ve ever seen. Wow!
    I think that Henry/Pires one from a few years ago comes close. The worst part was when they completely stuffed it up the ref let them take it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    I think that Henry/Pires one from a few years ago comes close. The worst part was when they completely stuffed it up the ref let them take it again.
    Are you sure? I could be mistaken but I thought play continued as normal.

    Edit: Just checked, by the looks of it the referee incorrectly stopped play instead of allowing Man City to play one, but he awarded a free kick to City rather than allowing Arsenal to retake it.

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