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Sven Roeder 3:34 Sun Feb 24
Sunday Football
Arsenal v Southampton
Man Utd v Liverpool (both 2.05pm)

Man City v Chelsea (4.30pm)

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Hermit Road 10:22 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
His Wikipedia profile shows an interesting job title. The goalies that is.

Wont be there for long

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepa_Arrizabalaga

eswing hammer 10:16 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Anyone see Henderson blanking Klopp after getting subbed and then sitting down, then coming back into the technical area to apologise,Klopp weren’t impressed!

only1billybonds 10:07 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Deano.

Beat me to it. That club is now toxic from the owner downwards. As a football fan i was actually fuming over a player who can decide whether he comes off or not regardless if what the manager decides. As a West Ham fan i think fuck them,the more misert they endure the better.

terry-h 10:01 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
I see Pep had 27 coaches and back room staff on the pitch with him celebrating winning another trophy.

No wonder Pellegrini is ageing fast at West Ham with only 4-5 helpers in his coaching staff. He's got to do everything himself most of the time.

ragingbull 10:01 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Ex tweeting Bilic sacked.

WHUDeano 9:59 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
can't quite believe his interview. No wonder the players feel they can refuse to come off. The keeper should be dropped and the captain stripped of his captaincy, player power has reached ridiculous levels now - Redknapp said other managers would be sitting at home wondering what they would do...Pellegrini would never play the keeper (or any player) again, Zabaleta and Noble would be first to be pushing him off the pitch. That Chelsea squad is poisoned - even Hazards penalty showed a lack of respect for the situation. Funny to see, but shocking for football that players feel they can act in that way.

factory seconds 9:54 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
certainly looked like a misunderstanding when he was being held apart from his own players in the break before the pens.

sanfrancis-co-uk 9:51 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
You'll say anything when you're dying to get outside for a fag.

ragingbull 9:48 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Sarri said the keeper was right to not come off it was a misunderstanding.

AKA ERNIE 9:47 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
weak as piss manager and captain

Takashi Miike 9:44 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
watching terry just now almost vulture like talking about sarri's days numbered. you can guarantee he thinks him and lampard have a chance of replacing him

Fortunes Hiding 9:43 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Scott minto is terrible on tv.

He was a shit left back as well.

cholo 9:40 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Blame sarri if you want but player power has ruled at Chelsea for years, the one constant hasn't been the players or the manager but the dodgy Russian in charge.

Kaiser Zoso 9:38 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
'What’s he getting cramp for in the first place, he’s a goalie

lol

geoffpikey 9:21 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Brilliant result.

Chelsea lose
Manager over
Cnut of a keeper sold asap
Manchester City players all knackered

So we may only lose by 4

monto 9:20 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Should fuck Kepa off, move him on, bring another keeper in.

Oh hang on....

Haha

, 9:18 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Surely the Captain on the pitch must get the keeper to come off.

Sven Roeder 9:18 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
The keeper is going to get some stick around every ground now with his number being held up.

twoleftfeet 9:17 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Well done City, hopefully picked up a few injuries and plenty of tired legs.

Should mean we can keep it under 5

Vexed 9:17 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
Now that's topped off an amusing week for anyone except Chelsea. Brilliant.

Hermit Road 9:16 Sun Feb 24
Re: Sunday Football
At that stage, he should have let the keeper be sent off and then subbed another player for the keeper.

Could have been the difference between winning and losing.

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