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Chelsea Champions! Start painting the town and bob's balls blue!

Chelsea Champions! Start painting the town and bob's balls blue!  

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    • Arsenal :icflove:
    • Manchester United :hehe:
    • Chelsea :boffing:
    • Liverpool
    • Manchester City
    • Totenham Hotspurs :rotfl:


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England will be painted Red and Whte this Season. Go Gooners.
Yeshhhh...F@rcenal will be pasted on the walls of England by the Blues :hatsoff:

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Good news for England that VDS is out- Foster is class and the first team experience will help. I think Chelsea will be the ones to beat frankly- im not sure United have replaced Ronaldo adequately- Id love Micheal Owen to prove that wrong though. Ancelotti plays good football certainly his Milan team at its best was great at keeping the ball. Im not sure Aquilani will settle quickly enough into the pace of the prem- ive never seen him play but he's rumoured to be quality. And alot will come down to how often gerrard/Torres can play together because that is arguably one of the best 'front twos' in Europe. Arsenal dont seem to have the depth yet. Anyways- Leicester City for promotion to the prem this season anyone... :)

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To win the league you need a strong defence. That leaves us with only three teams - Man Utd, Liverpool and Chelsea. I agree with you Sooda, Chelsea will be the team to beat if they start well. But, I am not sure about Carlo's proposed diamond formation. Zhirkov/Malouda can play on the left, Joe Cole on the right, Essien can sit back at the 'tip' with Lampard as the offensive midfielder but that would mean the wingers have to track back and help the defence on the flanks which is asking a lot from Zhrikov, Cole and Malouda. Anyway, it is always interesting to see how Carlo sets his team up and this season wont be any different. Liverpool depend a lot on Gerrard-Torres.Now,with Alonso gone,it puts extra pressure on the two to perform even more.Say, if one of the them picks up a serious injury midway through the season, I am afraid, it will be end of the season for them right there. But they are good enough to finish third. Man United should be there and about. I expect them to finish within top two, an outside chance to win the league IF they sign Silva/ 'Kun' Aguero.The problem for Man United is those 26 goals that Ronaldo promises every season. Ande + Hargo + Carrick + Fletcher+ Nani + Valencia != 26. For Man United to do well, Berba and Owen should have outstanding seasons. Owen is always injury prone so he ain't the Mr. Dependable that he was, that leaves us with Beba. Can he assure you a 30+ season?Looking at his pre-season performance I don't think so. That said, there are some excellent youngsters coming through the ranks - Ritchie De Laet, Ljacic, Tosic, Gibson, Petrucci, and da Silva brothers- so its going to be a season of experiment, finger crossed they will all do well in the years to come. Finally, Rooney will have an outstanding season along with Valencia. My predictions: 1. Chelsea 2. Man United 3. Liverpool 4. Arsenal/ Man City/ Everton Player of the league : Wayne Rooney Ben Foster will be England's #1 in South Africa.

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Just to get the season underway..:bow:

The police find a body face down in the river mersey, it was a man aged 40-50, he was wearing stockings and suspenders, high heels, and a gmp mask with a dildo stuck up his **** and wearing a Liverpool shirt. The police dragged him out and removed the Liverpool shirt to save his family any embarrasment! Q: Did you hear that the Post Office just recalled their latest stamps? A: They had pictures of ARSENAL Players on them ... and people couldn't figure out which side to spit on. Two blokes were walking through a cemetery when they happened upon a tombstone that read:"Here lies John Sweeney, a good man and a Chelsea fan." So, one of them asked the other: "When the hell did they start putting two people in one grave? Whats the difference between a triangle and Man City? A triangle has three points What's the difference between Manchester City and Swine Flu? At least Swine Flu is reaching Europe. Q: What does a Liverpool fan do after his team wins the Premiership??? A: Turns off the Playstation and goes asleep
:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

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EPL opening day... And what a day too. Shane will be a happy bunny no doubt. makes you wonder why all the questions around Arsenal, yeah they need a def mid, possibly a CB - but boy have they got talent and real options going forward. Im happy to see Man City off to a winner- would be good to see them and spurs challenge the top 4.

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And what a day too. Shane will be a happy bunny no doubt. makes you wonder why all the questions around Arsenal, yeah they need a def mid, possibly a CB - but boy have they got talent and real options going forward. Im happy to see Man City off to a winner- would be good to see them and spurs challenge the top 4.
Yes Indeed Sir, a 6-1 drubbing away and to a decent side like Everton, it was a sweet win, esp coz Everton in the last few years have got the better of us at Goodison. Liked the way we mixed it up, Long Balls, Route 1 with our slick passing game which came into its own in the second half. The moment of the game for me would be Dudu's Tap in, especially after what he underwent in the last EPL game he played in. Cesc was awesome, good to see Denilson and Song play well too, Bak had an Off-day at RB, Vermaelen looked solid at most times in the heart of the defense.

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Lovely. Great result for Burnley. Apparently they play good passing football too. Itll be fantastic if theres some big changes in the top of the prem. Spurs and Man City in the top 4 for instance, would be great. What a result for Spurs too.

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The usual top 4 are under threat this year. All of them are arguably weaker then last year. And two clubs in City and Spurs could genuinley knock one of them out of top 4!
I can count on Spurs, not to. :hehe:

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But now we have lucky harry. He is a lucky sob and has the midas touch.:dance:
Can't deny that, they don't call him "Harry Houdini" for nothing, wasnt it his season with Southampton where he saved them from the death of relegation a few seasons back? The Transformation of Pompey after he taking over, was a bit glim when he left Pompey, it was like the Gooners Old Age Home, Yes, He is probably the only thing i like about Spurs atm.

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Well well thumping win for Utd good goal for owen I hear, Arsenal continue to dazzle- dont they play Utd next week? Should be a corker, United getting back in form timely. In other news Callum Davenport West ham def has been stabbed apparently!! He's in surgery. im not sure if it was an attempted robbery or something.

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Tevez: Ferguson is ''scared'' of new-look Man City Tevez spent two years on loan at Old Trafford before securing a permanent switch to Eastlands over the summer and has not kept quiet over his dissatisfaction of being kept on the bench by the Scot. Ferguson, for his part, has played down the significance of the Argentine's departure, whilst also warning Man City that it will be difficult to break into the top four this season. However, Tevez feels his former boss is worried about the Manchester derby on 20th September. "Ferguson is history for me but I know that he is scared of playing against us," the striker told Globoesporte. "It's dangerous for Ferguson's objectives and for him to criticise Manchester City." Tevez has also explained the differences between playing under Ferguson and working with current manager Mark Hughes. "Mark Hughes is only focused on his work and the team, he doesn't get involved in the negotiations," he said. "He has been a football player so there is a big difference in the way he treats each player."
What a ***in whinefest by this Argentine striker. I am no fan of Man U but this guy needs to respect the club and shouldn't be whining about his fewer number of starts. Real Madrid and Man City are on my top hatred list given that the former has always been "stealing" stars rather than "making one"and the latter have just started following their suit. Let's hope Chelsea shows how its done :D

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^Erm...Chelsea show how whats done? One thing they have defo shown is how to steal stars, rather than make em- another club you should be hating then... :two_thumbs_up: Meanwhile Liverpool 0 Aston Villa 2 15 mins to go... HANG IN THERE YOU VILLANS!!!

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^^ LOL So I work 2 mins away from West Ham FC, today West Ham take on Milwall. They are both known to have the worst, most violent and racist fans. The journey home in going to be an adventure :|
Millwall fans are ****s but West Ham are ok arent they?? I worked in Basildon for a year and went to see the Hammers a few times then and never encountered any racism. Its packed with desis around it innit, cant be too racist.

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