Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

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This morning’s Gossip:

Former Leeds boss Jesse Marsch and the Argentine coach are two of several others being considered for the Southampton job.


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Re: Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 weeks ago
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Saw a little of the first half of Man Utd / Leeds match...seemed borderline dirty...so many late / bad tackles...

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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 weeks ago
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City penalty yesterday was quite amusing with 4 grown men arguing over the ball :lol:

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Re: Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

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Today’s Gossip:

PSG are ready to put €222m Neymar onto the transfer list.

The Qatar group will submit a formal bid of £5bn for Man U this week.

Bayern Munich have renewed their interest in Kane.

Following their failed bid to get Iraola Leeds will likely place a short term manager until next season.

Southampton have had talks with Jesse Marsch.


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Re: Re:Re:PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

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I watch almost all the EPL games every football weekend and I watch Serie A and La Liga where I can. I have not seen any issues with VAR at the latter league's. EPL VAR has issues almost every weekend. Does FIFA not get involved with stuff like this cause surly this puts a damper on the English game.

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I watch almost all the EPL games every football weekend and I watch Serie A and La Liga where I can. I have not seen any issues with VAR at the latter league's. EPL VAR has issues almost every weekend. Does FIFA not get involved with stuff like this cause surly this puts a damper on the English game.

Like most things in Britain it’s corrupt.
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“ I have been in situations when I have seen an incident and have been told to say I haven’t seen it. To be fair to the FA it’s not them.

It comes from the PGMOL (professional game match officials limited) It does not stop there. We’ve been told to give a certain amount of corners or throw ins, fouls, bookings etc The PL is rife with spot fixing and bias toward certain clubs from the FA.

Every referee in the PL could be in front of a court one day.

This from Mark Halsey who was a PL ref from 1999 until 2013

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“ I have been in situations when I have seen an incident and have been told to say I haven’t seen it. To be fair to the FA it’s not them.

It comes from the PGMOL (professional game match officials limited) It does not stop there. We’ve been told to give a certain amount of corners or throw ins, fouls, bookings etc The PL is rife with spot fixing and bias toward certain clubs from the FA.

Every referee in the PL could be in front of a court one day.

This from Mark Halsey who was a PL ref from 1999 until 2013

Why does the VAR official need to draw the offside lines?

Its suppose to be automatically drawn by the system.

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The VAR official had to press a button so that the system then draws the lines. They, the VAR officials can’t even do that. Incompetent or corrupt?

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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

1 year 2 weeks ago
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Man Utd have a very soft PL run in

15 games

Liverpool away 5 March
Newcastle away 1 April
Spurs away 25 April
Chelsea at home 22 April

The other 11 games should be winnable . No more City no more arsenal

7 home 8 away

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Re: PREMIER LEAGUE 2022/23

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Man Utd have a very soft PL run in

15 games

Liverpool away 5 March
Newcastle away 1 April
Spurs away 25 April
Chelsea at home 22 April

The other 11 games should be winnable . No more City no more arsenal

7 home 8 away

You forgot Brentford who hammered them 4-0 at the start of the season as well as Brighton who are very good at home. As the season draws to a close all the sides near the bottom step it up. Any of the top 3 sides can win it. My heart says Arsenal but my brain tells me 60/40 Man City over Man United and Arsenal. If Man City beat Arsenal twice then it’s over for Arsenal
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