Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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Arsenal have not beaten Everton away for 4 years. One draw and three defeats. Everton are 15/2 I may just add that in my atc bets to ease the pain if Arsenal lose

Lots of punters accumulators and Soccer pool bets in the bin after that Everton win.

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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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It was on the cards. Firstly Arsenal were due a defeat, secondly new manager bounce and most importantly Arsenal have only won once at Everton in the last 6 years. We lose there and we thrash them at home most seasons. Still a long way to go before even thinking about Arsenal winning the PL Can’t understand why bookies had them as odds on favourites to win it. Top 4 still has to be the aim. Still 54 points to play for.
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Re: Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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Aaah Chook. Ffs. Fook, feck, fok, fcuk, fffff.


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Re: Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago - 1 year 2 months ago
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It feels like there is a mini sub-league with the bottom eight clubs. What with Wolves, Everton, Leicester all winning and the Hammers not losing, it is difficult to draw clear out of that mess. It’s like a vacuum. Hell, the Garibaldi had better earn the three points against Leeds today.


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Re: Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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As for Liverpool, the thrill is gone.

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Re: Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

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As for Liverpool, the thrill is gone.

Injuries and VAR falling out of love with Liverpool as well as the 7 year itch as far as Klopp is concerned. At Mainz and Dortmund it all went wrong in Klopp 7th year. It’s deja vu
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Re: Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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And let's not forget the invaluable role of Mane in the glory years of late...had the stamina to carry out the Klopp's high press, run into space to draw defenders, make crucial assists, score goals, and the odd dirty tackle to break up opposition play on the break...

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Re: Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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It is refreshing to see Man Utd so near the top of the table but they still have a way to go to be at Man City level.
Liverpool missing the injured players but form really poor. Salah must be a concern.
Crystal palace dragging themselves into the relegation battle.
Southampton and Bournemouth look like they going down at this stage.
Potter will be booted soon from Chelsea. he not up to the job.

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Re: Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago - 1 year 2 months ago
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I was amazed to see Arsenal geat beat by Everton but strange thinks happen when a new manager comes on board.
Pity Newcastle drew
At least Hearts scored the goal of the day ♥️
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Re: Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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Today’s Gossip:

West Brom's Carlos Corberan is emerging as a potential candidate to replace Leeds’ Jessie Marsch.

Morinho wants to return to Chelsea but he will have to compete with Luis Enrique.

Bayern Munich believe the €70m in the loan deal for Man City bad boy Cancelo may be too much.

PSG and Messi are talking about a new contract.


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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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Manchester City charged for allegedly breaking financial fair play rules.
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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 months ago
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Manchester City charged for allegedly breaking financial fair play rules.

I hope that they don’t deduct any points from them as I would hate it if Man United or heaven forbid Tottenham sneak in the back door and win the title

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