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Bye-bye, Bacon face.

Moyes to replace him. Not a great hire, in my opinion.



yup... no tears here


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Maggie Thatcher Dying, Alex Ferguson Retiring.

Somewhere there is a Scouser with a Genie lamp and 1 wish left.


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This just might be Fergies final year? 20 championships and all.. And the can always keep going for another decade..



I dont see it this year, although it makes the most sense for them as Mourinho will be available and is keen to return to England.

Their squad needs some overhauling. Not sure Fergie will give it up in the shape its in.


What was that ;)

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As for Arsenal their "ten years and you've won f*ck all" have mostly been because they pay away the new stadium, hence it is a high priority to get the lucrative CL spot. I dont see them giving away any points anymore this season.

For Chelsea the retirement of Sir Red nose is not all good. Might mean more competition for Mourinho, who has hinted on going to ManU already..

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After hearing of the announcement that Sir Alex Ferguson is to retire at the end of the season, Manchester United players have paid their respects to their manager.

"It has been an honour to play for Sir Alex. I couldn't have asked for a better manager" said Howard Webb.

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In Honour of Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement all Premiership matches will play an extra 2 minutes injury time the next time they play.

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This just might be Fergies final year? 20 championships and all.. And the can always keep going for another decade..



I dont see it this year, although it makes the most sense for them as Mourinho will be available and is keen to return to England.

Their squad needs some overhauling. Not sure Fergie will give it up in the shape its in.


What was that ;)



yeah a bit sudden....

not sure about Moyes either. I didnt realize he and Moyes were such good friends


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Chelsea got it done, or actually the clubs best ever goalscorer (203!) Frank Lampard did it. Champions league is a certainty, now lets see if we can lure back Mourinho...

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Wee Wigan. Brilliant.

Mancini is surely out now. Who'll replace him?

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Congrats to Wigan. Shame they will be relegated.


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Wee Wigan. Brilliant.

Mancini is surely out now. Who'll replace him?


The rumours here are that an agreement was reached earlier in the week with Malaga's mabager Pellegrini.

It'll be interesting now to see if Wigan can stay up. Playing in Europe and the championship would be even tougher than Europe and the Premier League, I think, seeing as they already play twice a week in the Championship.


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Wee Wigan. Brilliant.

Mancini is surely out now. Who'll replace him?


The rumours here are that an agreement was reached earlier in the week with Malaga's mabager Pellegrini.

It'll be interesting now to see if Wigan can stay up. Playing in Europe and the championship would be even tougher than Europe and the Premier League, I think, seeing as they already play twice a week in the Championship.


Does the FA cup winner get a Europa league place? I thought it was only the league cup winner. Even still, don't they have to get past the pre-qualifiers? Doubt they would, but you never know.

Still, always good to see an underdog win a cup. Like when Birmingham beat Arsenal in the league cup final a few years ago.

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I think you might be right. I haven't seen any mention of Wigan attaining a European place in any of the write ups.


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Nothing but pride points on the line for Liverpool tomorrow. Would like to see our little unbeaten streak continue into next campaign.


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Seeing as people were in the dark about this, I looked it up. The winners of the FA Cup, in this case Wigan, are guaranteed a place in the Europa League Group Stage.


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Boss level performance from Sturridge today. 7 game unbeaten streak.


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Boss level performance from Sturridge today. 7 game unbeaten streak.



even better today. All three goals a lovely bit of skill....

We need to discuss Coutinho. the kid is absolutely ridiculous in finding that penetrating pass. Wasnt perfect yesterday, but even on days when he's not controlling play, tucked underneath Sturridge, Suarez and (insert player here: Downing, Assaidi, Sterling, Borini, new guy) his ability to spot a through ball is fantastic


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Uncle Si wrote:
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Boss level performance from Sturridge today. 7 game unbeaten streak.



even better today. All three goals a lovely bit of skill....

We need to discuss Coutinho. the kid is absolutely ridiculous in finding that penetrating pass. Wasnt perfect yesterday, but even on days when he's not controlling play, tucked underneath Sturridge, Suarez and (insert player here: Downing, Assaidi, Sterling, Borini, new guy) his ability to spot a through ball is fantastic


I've been saying it since we got him. He's going to be a megastar. He's the kind of guy that just makes things happen, and he's only going to get better. We got him for a steal at I think 8mil. If Hendo keeps improving, he'll take over from Stevie. Hopefully Sterling can find his form agian next season and take his spot back with the front three. Sturridge, Suarez, Sterling up front, Hendo, Coutinho and Downing/Assaidi/new guy as the central 3, and hopefully a bolstered defnese, and that's a frist XI any team would be proud of. Sturridge has been another great buy. I'm VERY pleased with Rodgers so far, and things should only improve next year.

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Love to see you coming around to Henderson peaches. Hes made another brilliant ball from the deep position yesterday to spring Sturridge. Flew three against Everton to gash them, handful more in the past few weeks. Hes defending well (not quite Lucas) but his passing out of the deep areas sets him apart. I think your central three is Coutinho with Gerrard and Henderson behind. Sterling and Suso (and Allen and Shelvey) will be mainstays on the team next season, but we will need another wide player of talent to challenge top 4. Borini maybe, but i'd like to see some pace and trickery. Would love Julian Draxlar. but there are a handful of wide talents in the Bundesliga.

Wisdom looked a revelation yesterday as a CB in a flat 3 system. Could be ready to replace Carragher


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It's all change in Manchester. In the week's least surprising news, Mankini has been sacked by City (accoring to SSN)


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It's all change in Manchester. In the week's least surprising news, Mankini has been sacked by City (accoring to SSN)


Yep completely unsurprised. Anyone think if Arsenal lose to Wigan tomorrow night that Wenger might get the axe? I hope not, but it seems like 8 seasons without trophies might be a bit too much for the board to take at this point, and with no CL football to attract good players, Arsenal might find it tough for a while. They might think fresh blood and a new attitude could turn things around.

I gotta say though, AVB has impressed me this season. Granted, he's had Bale on blistering form for most of the season, but still, a big turnaround from his days at Chelsea.

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Wigan have joined QPR and Reading as the 3 relegation doomed clubs as Arsenal exploded in the second half, scoring 3 goals in 8 minutes en route to a 4-1 win that brings Arsenal back up to 4th and leads to an intriguing final day in which Arsenal can finish 3rd 4th or 5th depending on the results of theirs and Chelsea and Spurs matches. As for the other 2 clubs, Chelsea must win to guarantee 3rd place for them and Spurs need to win and Arsenal to lose to finish 4th as a Spurs draw vs Sunderland would do them nothing.

As for Wigan, I do feel hard done that we had to be the ones to end Wigan's EPL run, but it had to be done in order for Arsenal to maintain control of their European fate. I do hope Wigan do return to the EPL in 2014-15 season as they are a good club and among the English clubs I don't hate, nor would have a reason to.


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Go Gunners... That is all.


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Go Gunners... That is all.


Are you sayin that cause your an Arsenal supporter or cause you don't want someone else to win.


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I want Arsenal to get 4th just cause one of the Spurs supporters at the pub I go to is a loudmouth deplorable F head and I wish him harm.


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I want Arsenal to get 4th just cause one of the Spurs supporters at the pub I go to is a loudmouth deplorable F head and I wish him harm.


At first I thought you were talking about Hawkspur, but then I remember he's not much of a loudmouth and he's not that deplorable.


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I may sound a bit arrogant about this but here are 3 tweets I made before yesterday's Arsenal-Wigan match, predicting the outcome.

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Almost perfect except that Podolski had a brace and not Walcott. I should have placed a bet on this game.


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This is for ISWT and Si, do you agree?



and for the fun of it, here's an Arsenal version



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Not too far off.


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is it august, 2013 yet?


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Uncle Si wrote:
is it august, 2013 yet?


This.


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is it august, 2013 yet?


I bet QPR fans are saying the same thing as well, though for a different reason.


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Jordan Ibe sighting!

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Didn't see the majority of the Arsenal match due to freaking work but heard they weren't very convincing. Which seems to be implanted with Arsenal everytime they win 1-0, but everyone else gets a free pass and a "gutsy and strong performance" comment. But who cares, Arsenal will be in the CL for the 16th consecutive season and Spurs might have just seen the last of Gareth Bale because of it.


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Oh, Newcastle. Why must you be show crap?


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Jordan Ibe sighting!



Played quite well for his debut! I really like our attacking player situation for next year outside of Downing.


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This probably put the icing on the cake for Arsenal fans(I know I enjoyed watching this):



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I really really hate Arsenal because of you, Gate. I hope you're happy.

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I really really hate Arsenal because of you, Gate. I hope you're happy.


You really have to ask that? Of course I'm happy. But really? I'm the reason you hate Arsenal? I find that hard to believe that someone will hate a sports team because of a single fan of the team.


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I really really hate Arsenal because of you, Gate. I hope you're happy.


You really have to ask that? Of course I'm happy. But really? I'm the reason you hate Arsenal? I find that hard to believe that someone will hate a sports team because of a single fan of the team.


up until a couple of years ago, I'd have thought the same thing.

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I really really hate Arsenal because of you, Gate. I hope you're happy.


You really have to ask that? Of course I'm happy. But really? I'm the reason you hate Arsenal? I find that hard to believe that someone will hate a sports team because of a single fan of the team.


up until a couple of years ago, I'd have thought the same thing.


But seriously, don't hate the club, just hate me. That sounds stupid but it's only fair.


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I really really hate Arsenal because of you, Gate. I hope you're happy.


You really have to ask that? Of course I'm happy. But really? I'm the reason you hate Arsenal? I find that hard to believe that someone will hate a sports team because of a single fan of the team.


up until a couple of years ago, I'd have thought the same thing.


There is one guy at my local pub for my entire hatred of Gareth Bale FC (spurs) When both LFC and Spurs happen to be on, and his game is boring one way or the other, he will come give you crap for no real reason without reason. What an F head.


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Okay I suppose now is as good a time as any for everyone to give their final thoughts and reviews of their clubs seasons and probably even give out a Final Grade for their clubs. And if you want give out your grades for other clubs, go right ahead, no one's stopping you.


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Liverpool did exactly what I thought they would do this year. Finish 6-10 in the league, gut the squad and implement a new mentality. Ended the season relatively strongly. Lost some matches we should have won, won some matches we should have lost, and had a lot of draws. Rodgers improved the attacking/goalscoring immensely, but we were let down by shoddy defense all too often. We brought in some fantastic players in Sturridge and Coutinho, tried out some young lads in Suso, Wisdom and Sterling, all of which look promising. Henderson has improved, which is good.

All in all, I'd give Liverpool a solid C+. a little better than expected, the Suarez biting incident of course is a black mark on the season, but there it is.

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Happy to finish 8th, about where we should be - right behind the "big 7" teams. Season started off great, but figured it would level off. Grade is lowered because we seemed to be on cruise control towards the end of the season. Would have liked to finish with at least 50 points - I know we finished only 1 point shy of that but still disappointed.

Amazing season from Romelu Lukaku including his hat trick yesterday. No way Chelsea lets him come back.

Highlights were probably the away win at Liverpool, and the first and last matches of the season at home with the 3-0 win over Liverpool and the incredible comeback 5-5 draw vs. Man Utd.

Worst match was just last week losing 4-0 at Norwich.

Our black mark of the season was the Odemwingie fiasco. Shame because he's my favorite player - met him a couple of years ago, and he was a really nice guy. Unfortunately, don't think he'll be back.

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But seriously, don't hate the club, just hate me. That sounds stupid but it's only fair.



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I decided to follow QPR when the season started. They get an F------. The whole season sucked.

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I decided to follow QPR when the season started. They get an F------. The whole season sucked.


Curious, how did QPR become your team?


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I decided to follow QPR when the season started. They get an F------. The whole season sucked.


Curious, how did QPR become your team?


Probably for the same reason's most people decided to support Man City, Chelsea and PSG. :P


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I decided to follow QPR when the season started. They get an F------. The whole season sucked.


Curious, how did QPR become your team?

Dunno, something about them struck my fancy when I read stories about them when they were promoted to the PL after the 10-11 season. I knew they weren't that good but I'm a sucker for the underdog story.

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Respect.

Kolo Toure looks like he is on his way to Liverpool on a free transfer according to multiple reports. Gotta say I like the move. Guy leaving a comfy seat, a huge weekly paycheck, and some champions league football prestige to go to a team on the rise and become a part of something special.


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Kolo Toure looks like he is on his way to Liverpool on a free transfer according to multiple reports. Gotta say I like the move. Guy leaving a comfy seat, a huge weekly paycheck, and some champions league football prestige to go to a team on the rise and become a part of something special.


Agree. He's getting on a bit, but will fill the Carragher role of being a veteran leader and a very competant defender. Landing him on a free is a great move.

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Tony Pulis has decided to quit Stoke City. This means that Alan Pardew has now become the second longest serving EPL manager at 2 years, 163 days. After him comes Sam Allardyce, Martin Jol and Brendan Rodgers.


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