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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
30%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
52%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
16%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
2%
  



Coffee 9:51 Sat Mar 3
Saturday football
Some really important games on today. Good luck to all those heading to South Wales today - drive safely.

BURNLEY vs EVERTON (1230 ko)
It’s unusual to be faced with such a desperately unappealing fixture to open the weekend’s Premier League action. But that’s life and Burnley, who visit the London Stadium next week, have a chance to get their season back on track. BFS will relish the opportunity to park the bus. How do you inject excitement into this game? Draw.

LEICESTER CITY vs BOURNEMOUTH
Leicester have Burnley in their sights and Bournemouth are looking for the final points that will ensure another season of survival. On home ground, you have to fancy the Foxes. Home win.

SOUTHAMPTON vs STOKE CITY
Stoke have shown some recent, belated, balls in their quest for survival. But will that be too little too late? It will be if the Saints have anything to do with it. Another massive six-pointer with one point and three places all that’s separating them. Neither side is accustomed to winning, but either could steal all the points this afternoon. Home win.

SWANSEA CITY vs WEST HAM UNITED
Swansea’s a long way away. The Swans’ recent revival took a hit last week, which has seen them return to the bottom three. Andre Ayew looks set to feature for the home team and we must hope he shows the same form that made him such a popular figure with his previous club. Another genuine six-pointer that will do much for the winning side and tickle the heebie-jeebies in the losers. Draw.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
Spurs were complacent in their first game against Rochdale. David Wagner will hope for the same again today. Only a fool or a Yorkshireman would predict anything but a home win.

WATFORD vs WEST BROMWICH ALBION
The fat lady’s been seen in the midlands lately and a home win today would see her starting to warm up properly outside the Hawthorns. The heat is certainly on Alan Pardew and it’s hard to see them avoiding the drop. Home win.

LIVERPOOL vs NEWCASTLE UNITED (1730 ko)
A warm welcome will no doubt greet Rafa Benitez as he brings his Newcastle side to the sacrificial altar. Liverpool have been a joy to watch, last week excepted, for their confident, flowing football. The Barcodes will find themselves deeper in the mire. Home win.

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gph 1:32 Mon Mar 5
Re: Saturday football
They didn't start supporting Arsenal to see them lose.

I hope Man City are ready for some new fans.

RBshorty 1:16 Mon Mar 5
Re: Saturday football
Arsenal fan crying on 5Live. What is it with these self entitled twats.?

gph 12:26 Mon Mar 5
Re: Saturday football
Arsenal shot themselves in the foot so often in the highlights alone, that I'm surprised Brighton didn't sing "Are you West Ham in disguise?"

Sven Roeder 5:28 Sun Mar 4
Re: Saturday football
Brilliant result for Brighton beating Arsenal 2-1
A team I thought would fade late in the season but have kicked on.

gph 12:56 Sun Mar 4
Re: Saturday football
Amusing that Son turned a nailed-on penalty for Tottenham into a dive in the ref's mind, by the ridiculous way he went down.

I'd advise young Son to leave the extravagant dives to people who have nailed down an England place, who are untouchable...

gph 4:40 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Massively disappointed in the Everton score.

Burnley winning from TWO down would have been much better...

geoffpikey 4:03 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Burnley 2-1 Everton. Williams red card.

Cups ear?

stoneman 3:55 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Very soft sending off.

Why does Allardyce always have a cold sore?

fraser 12:42 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Burnley v Everton H
Leicester v Bournemouth H
Southampton v Stoke D
Swansea v West Ham A
Sours v Huddersfield H
Watford v WBA D
Liverpoo v Newcastle H

charleyfarley 12:30 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Thanks Coff

Takashi Miike 10:54 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
BURNLEY vs EVERTON - HOME WIN

LEICESTER CITY vs BOURNEMOUTH - HOME WIN

SOUTHAMPTON vs STOKE CITY - DRAW

SWANSEA CITY vs WEST HAM UNITED - AWAY WIN

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs HUDDERSFIELD TOWN - HOME WIN

WATFORD vs WEST BROMWICH ALBION - HOME WIN, LOTHARIO CUNT SACKED

LIVERPOOL vs NEWCASTLE UNITED - HOME WIN

Westham67 10:46 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Burnley v Everton Everton have conceded 29 goals away, Burnley are not prolific scorers at home. Draw

Leicester v Bournemouth. Leicester have drawn the last 2 games at home against Swansea and Stoke. Sill have too much for Bournemouth. Home

Southampton v Stoke Clash of the Shiteans The worst team away against the second worst team at home Draw

Swansea v Hammers Swansea has only scored 11 at home if we don't concede we'll win. Away

Tottenham v Huddersfield. Only saying this for the sake of West Hams table position. Home

Watford v WBA, not much to say about this one Home

Liverpool v Newcastle Liverpool isn't going to lose their unbeaten home record to the Geordies. Home

Sydney_Iron 10:19 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
I noticed 67,s call last week and agreed with his reasoning behind it! Think I had that down as a draw, but hope the ginger ninja had a Baht or 2 riding on that game?

This week im gong

Burnley/Everton, Bore draw…..respect the point
Leicester, 1-0
Southampton, easily
West Ham, naturelmente!
Spurs by a bagel barrow full......
Watford, by the odd goal
Liverpool, another Demolition by Salah and co

Coffee 10:06 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
67

Exceptional good fortune. But also a well-reasoned justification for an excellent call. Would you be predicting an away win at Swansea today, by chance?

Westham67 10:03 Sat Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
How did you like my Huddersfield away last week coffers?





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