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    Today's Premier League

    FT: Man City 2-1 Leicester

    3pm
    Sunderland v Swansea
    Bournemouth v Burnley
    Middlesbrough v Southampton

    5.30pm
    Stoke v Arsenal

    Jacks a goal up already

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    Jacks one up. Urgh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    Jacks one up. Urgh.
    They could be safe by this time tomorrow.

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    Naughton with an excellent goal on half time. Balls, they're safe.

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    If Hull beat Palace tomorrow there will be one point between three teams with one game to go. If Hull fail to win they are down (albeit it might have to wait to be confirmed if they draw as they are 7 goals worse off - as it stands)

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    Hull deserve to go down after last weeks 2-1 defeat at home to Sunderland who are abstract shite.

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    Apparently Sunderland not even trying

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    Apparently Sunderland not even trying
    Pity they didn't play like that last week. Tossers.

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    Sunderland were ****ing shocking in the first half. A little bit better now, but it's too late.

    They were well up for it last week. Bastards.

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    What is the fekin point of Sunderland..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    Sunderland were ****ing shocking in the first half. A little bit better now, but it's too late.

    They were well up for it last week. Bastards.
    Just the way fixtures fell.
    Last week away to a local rival with their hard core supporting them for a bit of pride. Also for the crucial goal.
    Today a nothing game in front of an empty ground and those who were there were unhappy with the side and worse still when they went down.

    Luck of the draw.

    The wait goes on

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    Sunderland and Middlesbrough have been fecking useless. They deserve to go down. They have offered nothing. I hope they are shit next season as well. Hull have not been much better but their manager has injected some hope.

    I hope Hull win tomorrow. Will make it a tense last day.

    Does Pulis hate the jacks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    Sunderland and Middlesbrough have been fecking useless. They deserve to go down. They have offered nothing. I hope they are shit next season as well. Hull have not been much better but their manager has injected some hope.

    I hope Hull win tomorrow. Will make it a tense last day.

    Does Pulis hate the jacks?
    I would love it if they went down on the last day.

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    I found out today for the first time that if a pelanty is accidentally hit with both feet (due to a slip), it's a free kick to the opposing team as opposed to just taking it again (which is what happens if the keeper cheats and jumps off his line prematurely).

    Mahrez got unlucky, and the rule seems weighted in favour of the keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    Sunderland and Middlesbrough have been fecking useless. They deserve to go down. They have offered nothing. I hope they are shit next season as well. Hull have not been much better but their manager has injected some hope.

    I hope Hull win tomorrow. Will make it a tense last day.

    Does Pulis hate the jacks?
    Wishful thinking unfortunately Mike.

    To go down Hull have to beat Palace tomorrow and Spurs next week whilst West Brom beat the Jacks next week.
    If they get a draw against West Brom then Palace have to get something at Old Trafford next week.
    Last edited by J R Hartley; 13-05-17 at 22:38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ainsley Harriott View Post
    I found out today for the first time that if a pelanty is accidentally hit with both feet (due to a slip), it's a free kick to the opposing team as opposed to just taking it again (which is what happens if the keeper cheats and jumps off his line prematurely).

    Mahrez got unlucky, and the rule seems weighted in favour of the keeper.
    Really harsh decision by the ref. You'd be proper pissed off if it happened to you. I mean if refs are allowed to use interpretation for offside decisions, as he did it that very same game, surely he could have used a bit of common sense with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    I would love it if they went down on the last day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Shitpeas View Post
    Really harsh decision by the ref. You'd be proper pissed off if it happened to you. I mean if refs are allowed to use interpretation for offside decisions, as he did it that very same game, surely he could have used a bit of common sense with this.
    It's not an interpretation decision the rule is clear on this and the ref cannot change the rules regardless of how harsh it may seem.

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    F*ck Mahrez anyway. Downed tools under Rianieri along with a few others and can't have any sympathy for that back stabbing rat Shakespeare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    It's not an interpretation decision the rule is clear on this and the ref cannot change the rules regardless of how harsh it may seem.
    Oh come on, he could have given it and no one would have even noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Shitpeas View Post
    Oh come on, he could have given it and no one would have even noticed.
    Did you not watch MOTD with Pep appealing for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Did you not watch MOTD with Pep appealing for it?
    He wasn't appealing for it, he was telling his assistants why it was disallowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Shitpeas View Post
    He wasn't appealing for it, he was telling his assistants why it was disallowed.
    The rules are the rules Shitpeas.

    Get over it you closet Fox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxim View Post
    Start building your statue of Huw the Spew he deserves it he`s got the club st heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Shitpeas View Post
    He wasn't appealing for it, he was telling his assistants why it was disallowed.
    The keeper had two fingers up straight away. Correct, and very very well spotted, decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    The keeper had two fingers up straight away. Correct, and very very well spotted, decision.
    Great decision by the ref. But I think the rule is absurd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ainsley Harriott View Post
    Great decision by the ref. But I think the rule is absurd.
    Why? You can't play the ball twice, so if it comes off a post the taker can't hit it again, and it means he also can't dribble it.

    What would be absurd is if we had those rules but an exception for when players slip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ainsley Harriott View Post
    I found out today for the first time that if a pelanty is accidentally hit with both feet (due to a slip), it's a free kick to the opposing team as opposed to just taking it again (which is what happens if the keeper cheats and jumps off his line prematurely).

    Mahrez got unlucky, and the rule seems weighted in favour of the keeper.
    But that's all about advantage. If the keeper moves but the ball goes in then it's not a retake for obvious reasons.

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