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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Coffee 11:42 Sat Mar 9
Saturday football
The battle of the A23 sees the Seagulls migrate to Fort Erneef for their big annual awayday. But it might not be annual for much longer if Brighton don’t arrest their recent slide down the table. It was not so long ago that the fortunes of these sides were in stark contrast to their present positions. There’s little to suggest – apart from Brighton’s victory over Huddersfield last time out – that this is about to change. Home win.

Yummy, yummy. This should be a straightforward three points. Some people never learn. Amid rumours of strife in the Cardiff dressing room, we visit with a strong squad to choose from but less than encouraging recent away form. Colin will, as ever, strive to breathe desire and commitment into his team. Pelle’s approach is likely to be more tactical. This should make for a lively encounter. Expect the Bluebirds to start strongly while we build patiently towards what should end as an (adjective withheld) away win.

With nothing to cheer and two months still to endure, it’s all about chinks of hope for the Terriers now. The away record of today’s visitors could offer just such a chink – Bournemouth have lost their last nine on the road. But the Cherries won’t just offer themselves for the picking, particularly after last week’s creditable performance and narrow defeat to Man City. They’re safe in all but arithmetic and there’s little but pride for either side to play for today. Draw.

All eyes will be on Brendan Rodgers as he takes charge of Leicester at home for the first time. Unfortunate, again, for the hapless Fulham, who look almost certain to join Huddersfield in the Championship next season, they face a side with new boss syndrome. Scott Parker says they’ll give it they have got. They’ll need that, and more. Home win.

Love him or loathe him, Rafa’s done a superb job in steering Newcastle out of the drop zone towards security. The job is far from done yet, as last week’s defeat in Stratford showed, but they’re on the right tracks. Everton fans will be less sure that they are and face a stern test this afternoon. Draw.

It’s looking increasingly like a battle between the Saints and Cardiff for the last relegation place. The Saints have goal difference and two points in their favour and will hope that we do them a good turn today. We would doubtless appreciate the compliment returned against a Spurs side without the former Southampton manager on their bench. Poor chap. It’s as intriguing at the top of the table as it is in its nether region. Expect the Saints to give it a good go this afternoon. Draw.

It’s a testament to City’s strength in depth that they seem able to put out a table-topping strong side even when missing some of the current Premier League greats. Learn that lesson, Herr Klopp. Watford rarely set out with defence their main strategy. They may be tempted to do so today, but whatever their approach, their hosts are likely to be too strong. Home win.

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twoleftfeet 1:53 Sun Mar 10
Re: Saturday football
Oh dear, another referee blunder but couldn’t have happened against a better team 😄😄

fred flinstone 12:41 Sun Mar 10
Re: Saturday football
Ward Prowse, the best free kicker since the fat French cunt

gph 12:34 Sun Mar 10
Re: Saturday football
Racist, or he refused to join the Masons.

Or some other stupid reason.

Unless they've poached Pellegrini

happygilmore 9:38 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
ray winstone 9:34 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Moore sacked by WBA, they’re FOURTH!!!!


ray winstone 9:34 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Moore sacked by WBA, they’re FOURTH!!!!

Sven Roeder 8:32 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
15 min hat-trick for RAHEEM

Sven Roeder 8:25 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Onside Sterling through again
Flagged offside

Keep dreaming 8:24 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Second goal is just wonderful

Keep dreaming 8:23 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
First goal is just moronic

Sven Roeder 8:22 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
2-0 City
Sterling onside this time

Sven Roeder 8:20 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
I don’t understand offside any more
Sterling has the ball played in off him but isn’t influencing play
City 1-0

simon.s 6:31 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Spurs getting done

goose 4:38 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Sauce FC lost? Oh dear.

stepney hammer 3:55 Sat Mar 9
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wanstead_hammer 3:48 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Another lucky goal fm the Brighton piers!

El Scorchio 3:33 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
17 penalties in the last 2 seasons for Palace. Extraordinary.

Sven Roeder 3:32 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
They dive a lot basically
That one was a pen though. Not quite as blatant as Pea last week but the defender swung a leg pretty lazily.
Brighton seem to eke out enough 1-0’s at home to survive but they are desperately dismal to watch. Wouldn’t be missed

happygilmore 3:27 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
they do seem to get a lot of penalties.

Biggie Biggs 3:25 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Palace get their usual penalty to level it up

Sven Roeder 3:10 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Just got home and watched 5 mins
Tomkins throwing himself over in the box. Must have been the wind.
Should VAR that in future and send him off

Westham67 2:51 Sat Mar 9
Re: Saturday football
Cheers Cofferez

Eagles v Seagull already started draw

Bluebirds v Hammers Away win by a few goals 4-0

Terriers v Cherries Draw

Foxes v Cottagers (Haha) A draw for Parker

Magpies v Toffees Home

Saints v Cocks Away

Citizens v Hornets Home

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