WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
4%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
25%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
31%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
33%
  



Coffee 8:28 Sat Sep 28
Saturday football
SHEFFIELD UNITED vs LIVERPOOL (1230 ko)
Sheffield rested most of their first team for the midweek cup game against Sunderland. They lost, thereby giving up an early opportunity for a revenge encounter with the mighty Irons. It’s hard to see that even a well-rested first team will get anything from today’s game against the league leaders. They’re just too strong. Away win.

ASTON VILLA vs BURNLEY
A battle of the other claret and blues. A tough one, this. Villa are gagging for points, while Burnley will be satisfied with their start to the season. Home advantage may be key, but you fancy Burnley not to leave empty handed. Draw.

BOURNEMOUTH vs WEST HAM UNITED
The Cherries are far from a soft touch. They’ve made a terrific start to the campaign and will be keen to maintain the momentum. We can be pleased, midweek notwithstanding, with our defensive qualities of late and that will again be crucial today. With two highly attack-minded sides, this could be the most entertaining game of the afternoon. Before kick-off, most fans would probably take a point. But we can and should do better. Away win.

CHELSEA vs BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
Here’s an opportunity for FLJ to show what he can do as boss. Anything but a comprehensive win may start to loosen those Chelsea tongues that have so far been held down by super glue. Should be straightforward. Home win.

CRYSTAL PALACE vs NORWICH CITY
Norwich have been unlucky with injuries, but showed again Man City what their reserves are capable of. The beaked one will be moderately content with his team’s early season return, but will have to be on top of their game to contain the East Anglian marauders. Draw.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs SOUTHAMPTON
Just a point separates the two teams in the table and the Saints come into this on a massive high after beating rivals Pompey during the week. The same can’t be said for Spurs, who limped out of the EFL Cup at Colchester. Southampton will be boosted further by the knowledge that all is not right with their hosts and will look to capitalise on any lack of confidence in their hosts. An early goal could be pivotal. Home win.

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS vs WATFORD
The bottom two meet in what could turn out to be a genuine six-pointer. How will Senor Sanchez Flores reinvigorate his side after conceding eight goals? Brave is the man, or woman, who puts more than a penny on the outcome of this. Draw.

EVERTON vs MANCHESTER CITY (1730 ko)
The wise heads said that Everton would challenge the supremacy of the top four this year. They come into this on the back of defeats against Bournemouth and Sheffield Utd: hardly top four or even top half form. The hopelessly blind blues of Merseyside may predict great things today. Everyone else knows that this is a slam dunk away win.

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ironsofcanada 2:27 Sun Sep 29
Re: Saturday football
Scraper 2:22 Sun Sep 29

I would guess not but I don't live there so can't say for absolute sure.

Be a good boy and pop over and check, would you?

Scraper 2:22 Sun Sep 29
Re: Saturday football
Is it Saturday in Canada?

ironsofcanada 2:16 Sun Sep 29
Re: Saturday football
Holland (double) and the U23s currently abusing their Sunderland counterparts.

3-0 after 25 minutes.

Coffee 7:50 Sun Sep 29
Re: Saturday football
JLAP 7:26 Sat Sep 28

Nice one!

twoleftfeet 12:55 Sun Sep 29
Re: Saturday football
You would think the third best team in the country would have been on match of the day by now? 😀😀

Romfordboy 9:25 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Blimey Everton have only played one of the top six... manager could be in a bit pressure

Jasnik 9:10 Sat Sep 28
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ray winstone 8:09 Sat Sep 28 that what they look like spot on

Romfordboy 9:08 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Fat Sam to the rescue

FOMB 8:57 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Hope Man City win, means another point gained on Everton for us

mulle91 8:53 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Love it when an 11bold comments on an England keeper. Dick Ed

ray winstone 8:52 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Pickford is shit.

twoleftfeet 8:45 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
We clearly are going to be Liverpool’s main challenge this season 😃😃

Mart O 8:12 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Ag, lads. Not that i'd be tempted to have a suck on one of those fuckers.

Everton showing that you have got to have a go at these.

ray winstone 8:09 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Rhubarb & Custard

gph 7:54 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Seen that kit before. I think it's their women's second kit, and their bloke's third.

I've never liked yellow as part of a kit

Son of Sam 7:54 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
1-1 this could be fun

SUM A DING WONG 7:49 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
*game on.

SUM A DING WONG 7:49 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Mart O,

I've just put that game.

They look like them chewy sweets you used to have as child.

Refreshers or something?

ray winstone 7:32 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Walcott’s head must be made of balsa wood.

JLAP 7:26 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
JLAP 10:24 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
Morning Coffee, nice work

BANKER:
Villa v Burnley (Barnsley) DRAW

MARK MY WORDS !

Mart O 7:26 Sat Sep 28
Re: Saturday football
WTF do City look like. Diabolical get-up.

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