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By charla
#495839
I really do like David Moyes and I hope that he does well at United because I think he is a good manager and what he has achieved at Everton is impressive and it would be a shame for it to be tarnished by doing poorly at Utd.
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By dimtimjim
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So, Leicester were in play off game last night. I was at badminton with the boys. Once done headed back to a friends house for a nibble and a chilled beverage. Now, I have a deal on my phone whereby I get unlimited access to Sky Sports channels, and my mate knew the game was on Sky Sports 1...

So, picture the scene, 3 grown-ass men all sat round watching the game on a 4 inch screen...

Ho-hum.
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By The Deadly
#495858
Good job Wigan. Man City weren't really interested and deserved what they got. Besides Vincent Kompany the whole lot of them should be sent packing.
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By Bruvva
#495901
Why? It's not like Wigan are anything approaching a traditional footballing town, their first love there is rugby league. They average an attendance of just over 19,000 when the capacity is 25,000. Not that I want to see them go down, I don't care one way or another but their relegation won't exactly be a dent in the Premiership.
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By chrysostom
#495902
Because I like Wigan's team, and I like Roberto Martinez.

I've posted about my disdain for the fans before - they're just a team that I like.
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By Bruvva
#495913
Fair enough, my opinion of Wigan will always be coloured by the Rugby League team.

More importantly, who'll be Everton's new manager?
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By Yudster
#495920
I have a soft spot for Wigan too, I'm sorry that they will almost certainly now be relegated. Roberto Martinez has a lot to do with why I like them too. Everton could do a lot worse than pounce on him now.

I want to know what Robbie Cowling and the board at Colchester are going to do about the shambles at our club. We clearly need a decent manager and Cowling needs to accept that being in the black is nice, but not necessary for a football team, and that he needs to spend some money. If he isn't willing to do that then he needs to get out of football. Except that no one else would take the club on so we're stuck with him titting about and pretending to be taking it seriously.
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By charla
#495935
Oh Mancini is going. Seems a bit harsh but not all too surprising.
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By chrysostom
#495940
Probably going straight to Real Madrid - and it'd be a great appointment. If Chelsea lose out on Mourinho, then they should look at him too.
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By Yudster
#495954
If Mourinho doesn't go to Chelsea,then where IS he going to go? Has anyone linked him the the City job yet?
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By charla
#495978
I can't see him at City. I think the lure of Chelsea is that the fans love him and his ego is in need of some attention.
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By Yudster
#496001
Yes, he hasn't had a lot of love from anyone in Madrid really.

If he goes to Chelsea, what's the betting that Ronaldo go with him?
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By chrysostom
#496009
I think that Ronaldo will stay at Real until the end of his contract and then sign a final massive payday. He's got 2 years left and won't sign a new one - not to mention that he celebrated his last goal by thumping the badge and screaming 'I'm staying here'.

Mancini will be extremely hot property now, and it's a shame that he's been treated harshly at City as I quite like him.
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By Bruvva
#496113
As someone funnier than me said yesterday, "Its a good job Chelsea won last night. John Terry would have looked an even bigger * lifting the trophy in a Benfica kit."

Also, the manager was an ex-Liverpool manager, the first goal scorer was an ex-Liverpool striker and the second goal scorer was bitten by a Liverpool player. So, CLEARLY, it's really Liverpool's trophy...
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By Yudster
#496115
I'm pleased for Chelsea but I would have liked Lampard to have scored.
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By Bruvva
#496120
Can't abide Lampard as a player these days, he was the reason Chelsea's midfield was being completely overrun in that match - he just strolls about doing nothing until the ball breaks to him near the penalty area.

His main virtue is that he isn't John Terry.
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By Bonanzoid
#496153
I'm glad Rafa's regained a lot of pride since taking over, it's still a shame he went to Chelski. They don't deserve him.
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By chrysostom
#496154
Bonanzoid wrote:They don't deserve him.


You're right, he's a tactical genius who has shown great vision in player recruitment, financial control, consistency and dignity. One of the great managers of our time.

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By charla
#496163
I think the problem with last night's performance was more with Ramires' understanding on how to not be offside. How he didn't get subbed baffled the lot of us watching last night.

I'm more pleased with the news Lampard has another year.
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By flyingbadger
#496172
chrysostom wrote:
Bonanzoid wrote:They don't deserve him.


You're right, he's a tactical genius who has shown great vision in player recruitment, financial control, consistency and dignity. One of the great managers of our time.

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Lols baws.

Love that Mr Stom.

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