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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

Coffee 8:35 Sat Aug 31
Saturday football
An intriguing one, this. A couple of decent results for the Saints sees them high on confidence. But Solskjaer has a good record against them and will hope to continue that run. Should be a watchable start to the Premier League weekend. Away win. But don’t bank on it.

Sooner or later, class shines through. You kind of feel that FLJ will enjoy success with Chelsea this season, but not without bumps along the way. Chris Wilder has done a fantastic job at Sheffield and will want to be one of those bumps. Not today, though. Home win.

Palace surprised everybody last week and will be high on confidence for today’s visit of Villa. But they’re nothing if not inconsistent. Villa will be strong opponents. Draw.

The Foxes have made a good start and expectations remain high for another high-flying season. Bournemouth always offer worthy opposition, but you feel it in your bones that they just won’t have enough today. Home win.

The biggest test of the season for the Seagulls. And, needless to say, for all teams that visit the Etihad. For City, this is a bread and butter fixture. Or should be. And will be. Home win.

Wasn’t Steve Bruce chuffed with his three points last weekend? And rightly so. But you feel there was something premature about the told-ya-so tone of his post-match comments. Many will think that Watford’s woeful start to the season will in all probability continue here today. But not so fast, amigos, for Mystic Meg sees a point apiece. Draw.

Will this be a battle of Haller and Pukki? Two sides stronger in attack than in defence makes for a mouth-watering prospect, with chances coming like a District Line train in the rush hour. If we’re to improve on last season, this is exactly the kind of game we have to win. A reduction in our goal deficit would be a bonus. The anticipatory juices are flowing. Home win.

Cheap lager meets fine wine. A tad unfair, perhaps, on both Burnley and fine wine, but you’d be hard pressed to find a fixture of greater contrasts in the protagonists’ style. Which makes for a fascinating contest that will test both teams. Away win.

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arsene york-hunt 10:17 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
The old c wing 9:45 Sun Sep 1

A Londoner who supported Man Utd.
Covered with Tattoos.
Thick as two planks .
Married to a talentless anorexic
Generally a cunt.

Take your pick.

geoffpikey 10:02 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Bit early for "mini leagues", Alex's G? Surely?

Brighton, Newcastle, even Sheffield United could overtake us next fixture. As could many others.

12 games in, there'll be clearer pattern.

That said, we had a decent week. And played very well yesterday. Shame it wasn't 4-0.

The old c wing 9:45 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Why was Beckham a bad role model?

Hammer and Pickle 9:43 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Excellent result today - most of the site regular mongs are too gutted to post.

Alex G 8:27 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
The league table is already splitting into the mini leagues... Liverpool and Man City playing for the title.... Leicester, Palace, Arsenal, Everton and us fighting for the remaining European places and the rest just battling to avoid the drop!

arsene york-hunt 8:22 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Kane is the latest of three appalling role model to be England captain. Beckham, Rooney and now him. The job used to mean something.

Sven Roeder 8:12 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Why were neither bookings?
Both blatant cheats

goose 8:10 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Kane & Ali, two blatant dives within a few mins of each other.

lowlife 8:10 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Kane trying to cheat again. What a cunt, should be booked for that.

happygilmore 8:01 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
You on drugs Vexed?

Vexed 7:56 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Will probably score the winner now

Sven Roeder 7:53 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
No composure
He cost £27m more than Haller of course

Vexed 7:52 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Hope Arsenal kept the receipt for Pepe.

Coffee 7:52 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Frantic at the Emirates. Come on, Arsenal.

Son of Sam 7:47 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football

Mart O 7:47 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Hehehe...Spurs, the cunts...

Haz 7:20 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
I fucking hate VAR. Just another nail in the coffin of modern football, the first being the removal of terracing.

Sven Roeder 7:12 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
The problem is that the following are being executed by referees:
1. Refereeing
2. VAR

Referees are incompetent cunts
Should bin the lot and go recruiting in Europe

Vexed 7:08 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
I can't even work out what VAR is for now. If anything refereeing has somehow got worse.

Vexed 7:07 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Add Chelsea to the mediocre list and there's room for a team to sneak in there. It won't be us though because we've got not CM of note and now ONE fucking forward of note.

lowlife 7:06 Sun Sep 1
Re: Saturday football
Can’t stand Rose. Hope he gets sent off.

Also, what a shit ‘celebration’ from Lacazette.

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