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  1. #11

    Re: FA Cup-4th Round-2015/16

    This Man Utd game has all the ingredients for another upset, it would probably be another nail in LVG's coffin, here's hoping! I'd have like to have gone and seen us play Colly tomorrow but couldn't get a ticket, oh well illegal stream it is then! Liverpool vs West Ham ought to be a cracker tomorrow, impossible to call without having an idea of the strength of the sides both sides are likely to field. I'd have thought Klopp will be practically forced into playing a few fringe players to keep his first team fresh after Tuesday's grueller.
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

  2. #12

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    Fri 29/01/16
    Derby County 1 - 3 Manchester United

    There was no upset at the IPro stadium last night and Utd's win should ease the pressure on LVG for the time being.

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hams
    Fri 29/01/16
    Derby County 1 - 3 Manchester United

    There was no upset at the IPro stadium last night and Utd's win should ease the pressure on LVG for the time being.
    Beaten by a better team who pass to their own players, we do sometimes. Martial spread Christie on a slice of toast in the first minute and gave him a torrid time for the next 92.

    Not impressed with referee Anthony Taylor who comes from Cheshire where many Manure players live, I vaguely remember he gave us one foul [or was it two].

    Nice goal from George Thorne.

    Clement must shoulder the blame for the defeat by virtue of his team selection, the Worm Worrier had another poor game closely followed by Incey Wincey, Christie, Warlock and Johnson. Camara must start against PNE on Tuesday.

  4. #14

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    Anything better than watching Tottenham totally dominate a team and score a load of goals? Yes, it is watching Tottenham do that and then watch the Arse struggle against Burnley!
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

  5. #15

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    You know we're the back to back F.A Cup holders don't you Picks?

    Your win against Colchester is pretty insignificant even if we are proper shite against Burnley.

    You've got a long way to go before you can compare to us son!

    Anyway.

    I never want to see any of Wenger's chuck outs again. Walcott, Gibbs and Chamberlain can't even cut it against Burnley!!! I mean... what the hell is going on?

    They are just awful, awful footballers that have no business in the game.

    What's that? About 18 chances to impress each? Useless!. Wenger obsession with them isn't healthy. I can't understand how a basic average Joe football fan can see that these are not (and will never be) at the level for this league. But Wenger, who is supposed to be a seasoned professional football manager believes they have what it takes for top level football? I just can't get my head around it?

    Theo Walcott is on top dollar and he's utter shite!

  6. #16

    Re: FA Cup-4th Round-2015/16

    Quote Originally Posted by Pickleman1967
    Anything better than watching Tottenham totally dominate a team and score a load of goals? Yes, it is watching Tottenham do that and then watch the Arse struggle against Burnley!
    1 league cup this millennium? LOL indeed!


  7. #17

    Re: FA Cup-4th Round-2015/16

    Quote Originally Posted by Pokerkings
    You know we're the back to back F.A Cup holders don't you Picks?

    Your win against Colchester is pretty insignificant even if we are proper shite against Burnley.

    You've got a long way to go before you can compare to us son!

    Anyway.

    I never want to see any of Wenger's chuck outs again. Walcott, Gibbs and Chamberlain can't even cut it against Burnley!!! I mean... what the hell is going on?

    They are just awful, awful footballers that have no business in the game.

    What's that? About 18 chances to impress each? Useless!. Wenger obsession with them isn't healthy. I can't understand how a basic average Joe football fan can see that these are not (and will never be) at the level for this league. But Wenger, who is supposed to be a seasoned professional football manager believes they have what it takes for top level football? I just can't get my head around it?

    Theo Walcott is on top dollar and he's utter shite!
    Quote Originally Posted by Zinc
    Quote Originally Posted by Pickleman1967
    Anything better than watching Tottenham totally dominate a team and score a load of goals? Yes, it is watching Tottenham do that and then watch the Arse struggle against Burnley!
    1 league cup this millennium? LOL indeed!
    Oh for sure, but don't tell me you weren't fearing the worst when Burnley equalised...on your home turf? We are coming for you!
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

  8. #18

    Re: FA Cup-4th Round-2015/16

    Were you born in 1967 Pickles?

  9. #19

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    Squeaked past Burnley who put up a good fight. I didn't fear us losing this match even when they equalized ,not sure if i wold have been as confident if it were a prem side though. Great to get a look at the new kid , i personally wasn't that impressed with him ,his energy was good ,but his foot speed looked pretty poor .
    He'll have his work cut out in the premiership for a while unless that was just nerves taking hold.
    Absolutely shocked to see that number 34 for us back on the pitch. My heart sank when he went down early from a collision with his own player.
    Sanchez got some good minutes as well, some good team management not keeping them lads out there for the full 90 , and we didn't pick up any key injuries .
    Even without Mertesacker i thought some of our defending was shocking ,total lack of respect yet again for the opponent. When will they ever flipping learn .

  10. #20

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    El Neny's positioning was all over the shop and he appeared to have hardly any physicality to his game. Best thing you could say from yesterday would be that he covers a lot of ground and isn't afraid to have a shot.

    We haven't lost a game in the FA Cup for 3 years.

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