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Thread: Premier League final day

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    Premier League final day

    15 mins into the second half and Chelsea are blowing their Champions League chances 2 - 0 down at Villa.

    Liverpool and Leicester winning to take 3rd and 4th at the moment.

    Could all change with a single goal at Leicester

    Arsenal pinching the final European place from Spurs as it stands

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    Leicester 2 - 2 Spurs
    Villa 2 - 1 Chelsea

    Chelsea still losing but now up to 4th because Leicester not winning

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    Bale

    Leicester 2 - 3 Spurs (87 mins)

    Leicester out of CL, Spurs back above Arsenal and in to Europe

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    Great final day, goals and dram galore

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    FIVE minutes added on at the King Power. Leicester score and Villa hold on for Leicester Champions League, but it doesn't look likely.

    Football should be, and usually is, so easy with a billionaire owner and a home stadium in London, Liverpool or Manchester.

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    Bale scores again 90+5

    Leicester 2 - 4 Spurs

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge View Post
    FIVE minutes added on at the King Power. Leicester score and Villa hold on for Leicester Champions League, but it doesn't look likely.

    Football should, and usually is, so easy with a billionaire owner and a home stadium in London, Liverpool or Manchester.
    Leicester needed to win. GD was against them, even with Chelsea losing

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    First time I’ve not wanted Bale to score but he was so clinical and took both goals with style.

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    What a pisser for Leicester, I’d have preferred them to get a Champions League place over any of the others. Only themselves to blame I s’pose though, losing at home to a resurgent Newcastle did for them but they should be winning games like that. Is the FA Cup scant reward for a decent season? Shame how the Cup has been devalued somewhat.

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    Bale finishes on 11 Premier League goals and 2 assists from 20 appearances. He's up there with Mane and Rashford in 13 and 17 fewer games.

    Amazingly, it's his second best goal-scoring season in the Premier League with his previous second best standing at 9 Premier League goals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Morris View Post
    Leicester needed to win. GD was against them, even with Chelsea losing
    Leicester hard done by with the decisive Bale first goal, handball by Kane I thought and could not understand why they went to VAR and allowed it.

    Handball, he gained an advantage and they scored within a couple of seconds.

    I really don't know what is and what isn't hand ball any more

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge View Post
    Bale finishes on 11 Premier League goals and 2 assists from 20 appearances. He's up there with Mane and Rashford in 13 and 17 fewer games.

    Amazingly, it's his second best goal-scoring season in the Premier League with his previous second best standing at 9 Premier League goals.
    Just shows what a bit of trust in him does. Hitting form perfectly in time for the Euros. Beautiful

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    so after all the twists and turns, the richest club wins the league, and the 4 richest are in the top 4 .

    what a crock of shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    what a crock of shit
    Yeah, load of rubbish. With classy, stylish sides like Swansea and Barnsley leading the way, the Championship's obviously far better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    so after all the twists and turns, the richest club wins the league, and the 4 richest are in the top 4 .

    what a crock of shit
    Leicester's fault for being colossal bottle jobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    so after all the twists and turns, the richest club wins the league, and the 4 richest are in the top 4 .

    what a crock of shit
    Today was the first time I’ve watched a PL game in 2 seasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    so after all the twists and turns, the richest club wins the league, and the 4 richest are in the top 4 .

    what a crock of shit
    4 richest remain 4 richest, 2 of last year's promoted sides go straight back down and the 2 relegated sides from last year go straight back up.

    In a season which removed fans and many had shortened break over the summer meaning a lot of football over short period of time...it really helps to have a deep and high quality squad bought by wealthiest owners in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    What a pisser for Leicester, I’d have preferred them to get a Champions League place over any of the others. Only themselves to blame I s’pose though, losing at home to a resurgent Newcastle did for them but they should be winning games like that. Is the FA Cup scant reward for a decent season? Shame how the Cup has been devalued somewhat.
    Lots of Leicester fans interviewed on the day of the FA cup final said they’d prefer to win that than finish in the top 4. I can understand that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Treseder View Post
    Lots of Leicester fans interviewed on the day of the FA cup final said they’d prefer to win that than finish in the top 4. I can understand that.
    I would as well, it’s in the record books forever but the money men at the club seeing a Champions League fortune slipping away before their eyes may be taking a different view of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    I would as well, it’s in the record books forever but the money men at the club seeing a Champions League fortune slipping away before their eyes may be taking a different view of things.
    That would be brutal if Brenda got emptied.
    By the way. Newcastle finished the season like an express train. They will be hoping to sign Willock on a permanent. He equalled Shearers record today for scoring in 7 consecutive EpL games.

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