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17 hours ago, LiberalCommunist said:

Not to mention the three goals we scored against them that culminated in us losing 1-0.

That game still gives me rage. 

Same here, that was the game I'm still pissed over. More so than the Utd game.

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2 hours ago, Chapel End said:

How was that not a penalty for Newcastle, he kicked him in the head ffs

No contact I think, which should be an indirect free kick but VAR can only recommend penalties.

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Leicester now looking over their shoulders at teams bunching up behind them in the table. They blew a champs league spot last season with a poor late run of league form, won’t want the same thing to happen again this season. Securing top 4 spot surely more of a priority for them than the FA Cup (he says hopefully)?

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Why is the VAR Ref even telling the on-field Ref to look at it? It's so obviously unintentional, and a massive over reaction and dive from Son?

On-field Ref should have looked at it and booked Son for being a pussy!!!

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29 minutes ago, SaveloyMush said:

Ben Chilwell, who has played for Chelsea for the last 2 seasons?

Yes mate it was a catalogue of errors from me. Book mark it. It’ll be a memorable day on here for some.

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1 hour ago, Turkish said:

Yes mate it was a catalogue of errors from me. Book mark it. It’ll be a memorable day on here for some.

Easy mistake to make dont worry, no one really cares

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47 minutes ago, DarrenLeTiss said:

That was a good goal The game is going softer by the week. 

I’d go further and say anyone who likes VAR  should be beheaded

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From where Spurs were under Poch, they are light years away now.

I never understood why they got rid of him. Mourinho has had his day and he needs to stop fooling clubs that he has any relevance anymore.

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4 minutes ago, S-Clarke said:

From where Spurs were under Poch, they are light years away now.

I never understood why they got rid of him. Mourinho has had his day and he needs to stop fooling clubs that he has any relevance anymore.

Yep and Harry will be off in the summer 

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Just now, Chapel End said:

Yep and Harry will be off in the summer 

Kane and Son would be mental to stay there, they need to get out and fulfil their careers.

Spurs will just add further plodders like Hojbjerg to complete their regression to Arsenal levels.

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Just now, S-Clarke said:

Kane and Son would be mental to stay there, they need to get out and fulfil their careers.

Spurs will just add further plodders like Hojbjerg to complete their regression to Arsenal levels.

Agreed 

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Bale needs to leave too.  I heard a rumour he's bored as a winger anyway and would prefer to see his career out as a full back, if only he could find a suitable vacancy.  

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16 minutes ago, Manuel said:

Bale needs to leave too.  I heard a rumour he's bored as a winger anyway and would prefer to see his career out as a full back, if only he could find a suitable vacancy.  

I think he's bored with football tbh, he needs to retire really and stick to golf. He's lost every inch of interest in the sport, you can tell.

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1 hour ago, S-Clarke said:

Kane and Son would be mental to stay there, they need to get out and fulfil their careers.

Spurs will just add further plodders like Hojbjerg to complete their regression to Arsenal levels.

If you were a Spurs fan, losing Kane and replacing with Ings, plus bringing in Vestergaard hardly screams top 4. 

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9 hours ago, Charlie Wayman said:

He was also MotM. Ralph must be monitoring his progress closely and surely will want to take a good look at him during the summer. I agree he has become a key player at Celtic and no doubt they will want to hang onto him. Could be interesting. Main question is would he want to come back here after all the abuse he has suffered at the hands of many fans?

Has he directly suffered any 'abuse' from fans or has it just been on message boards ?

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1 hour ago, S-Clarke said:

Kane and Son would be mental to stay there, they need to get out and fulfil their careers.

Spurs will just add further plodders like Hojbjerg to complete their regression to Arsenal levels.

 

34 minutes ago, ErwinK1961 said:

If you were a Spurs fan, losing Kane and replacing with Ings, plus bringing in Vestergaard hardly screams top 4. 

Think today's result might have edged Jose closer to the exit door. Perhaps the League Cup v City will be 'shit or bust' for him. 

Poor Mr Levy having to fork out on compensation for Mourinho's contract. 

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21 minutes ago, Badger said:

 

Think today's result might have edged Jose closer to the exit door. Perhaps the League Cup v City will be 'shit or bust' for him. 

Poor Mr Levy having to fork out on compensation for Mourinho's contract. 

Bet there's some fans on their forum who want them to lose the League cup final so it makes it more likely he gets sacked. 

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2 hours ago, S-Clarke said:

Mourinho has had his day and he needs to stop fooling clubs that he has any relevance anymore.

He finished second, won the Europa league & the League cup with United. Their supporters would wet their pants if Ole did that. 

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Results this weekend look to have put a stop to our dreams of finishing in the top 11, all about the battle for 12th now, between us, Wolves and Palace. 

Relegation looks decided, title long done, SKY will need to hype up the battle for top 4. Hope Leicester miss out again. 

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1 minute ago, JRM said:

Results this weekend look to have put a stop to our dreams of finishing in the top 11, all about the battle for 12th now, between us, Wolves and Palace. 

Relegation looks decided, title long done, SKY will need to hype up the battle for top 4. Hope Leicester miss out again. 

We’ve also avoid the humiliation of finishing bottom as Sheffield United can’t finish above us now. Hopefully this will give the lads a shot in the arm needed before our six pointer tomorrow at the Hawthorns.

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6 hours ago, Dorchester Saint said:

Fulham’s survival special looks well and truly on after Newcastle’s victory today!! #Spazweb 

People were saying that they might stay up after they hit a bit of form and then beat Liverpool. No one at all on here was predicting them losing the next 5 in a row. 

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2 hours ago, Jonnyboy said:

People were saying that they might stay up after they hit a bit of form and then beat Liverpool. No one at all on here was predicting them losing the next 5 in a row. 

Poor effort. When they lose 6 league games in a row after beating Liverpool then they are as special as us.

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4 hours ago, skintsaint said:

that Son dive is a joke. For a bloke who has done Military Service, North Korea might as well just invade if they go down like that.

Yes, flinging himself to the ground was ridiculous but for anybody to claim that it was accidental is equally as ridiculous. McTominay makes a separate distinct movement with his forearm and flicks his hand into Son’s face. If the referee had blown up there and then and cautioned McTominay nobody could have complained.

Edit: Wasn’t McTominay already on a yellow and therefore would have been sent off? Seems fair and just to me.

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3 minutes ago, Whitey Grandad said:

Yes, flinging himself to the ground was ridiculous but for anybody to claim that it was accidental is equally as ridiculous. McTominay makes a separate distinct movement with his forearm and flicks his hand into Son’s face. If the referee had blown up there and then and cautioned McTominay nobody could have complained.

Edit: Wasn’t McTominay already on a yellow and therefore would have been sent off? Seems fair and just to me.

Don't think they can use VAR for yellow cards, I might be wrong though.

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4 hours ago, skintsaint said:

For a bloke who has done Military Service

Wasn’t there some criteria whereby he wouldn’t have to do it if South Korea won some competition? I’m sure that was news 2/3 years ago.

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