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Can I just point out where West Brom now sit in the EPL table - 5th icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifhappy.gif
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Can I just point out where West Brom now sit in the EPL table - 5th icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifhappy.gif

I know, this years EPL may have some surprise candidates for next years Europa and Champions League.  

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I know, this years EPL may have some surprise candidates for next years Europa and Champions League.  

I do not think so...

Chelsea,Man U ,Man city and maybe Spurs..
post #3034 of 4307
Spurs? More likely Arsenal or Everton in my view. The big three seem inevitable. Unfortunately.
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4 CL games to chose from on my cable tonight. Masochism / fascination with car crashes will make me select Schalke v Arsenal.
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4 CL games to chose from on my cable tonight. Masochism / fascination with car crashes will make me select Schalke v Arsenal.

 

Na.. It's gotta be Man City Vs. Ajax for me.. I can't wait to see some Man City ego's deflated.

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I don't understand how arsenal fans put up with wengers shit for so long. Sure he produces good players, but then he sells them at their peak.  For how long has he insisted to walk talent on? Dude would have been fired after half a season at real.

Wenger has struggled a bit lately and makes some odd transfer decisions. He seems not to get credit for some of the excellent moves he's made in the past few years, though--Mertesacker, Arteta, Cazorla, for example.

And I agree with the above statement about Real, but it says more about the idiots running the Spanish club than anything else.
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Wenger has struggled a bit lately and makes some odd transfer decisions. He seems not to get credit for some of the excellent moves he's made in the past few years, though--Mertesacker, Arteta, Cazorla, for example.
And I agree with the above statement about Real, but it says more about the idiots running the Spanish club than anything else.
Mertesacker has only this season become a solid player for the Gunners. Last season, he was perhaps their biggest liability.
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My goodness Madrid look lazy.
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

My goodness Madrid look lazy.

They look sometimes they cannot be really bothered and they think because it is Bernabeu the opponent will collapse by awe.
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I do not think so...
Chelsea,Man U ,Man city and maybe Spurs..

 

I said Champions League and Europa, not just Champions League.  I think West Brom, Everton, New Castle, Fulham, West Ham and Swans could all challenge for the 4th CL spot.  They all have a chance at playing in the Europa

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Man, that should've been a PK for City at the end there.
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Na.. It's gotta be Man City Vs. Ajax for me.. I can't wait to see some Man City ego's deflated.

Ego well and truly flat, shame that.
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Commentators praised Özil's FK as a stroke of genius, personally I think he just underhit it.

But will take that draw. Madrid played w/ much more ferocity in the 2nd half. But hats off to Dortmund seriously taking us to town over the two legs.
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Commentators praised Özil's FK as a stroke of genius, personally I think he just underhit it.
But will take that draw. Madrid played w/ much more ferocity in the 2nd half. But hats off to Dortmund seriously taking us to town over the two legs.

Dortmund has a very good team..

German football is back to its best..
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