Premier League 2018/19


#662

There’s nothing edgy about it mate. Facts are facts.

You prefer good old fashioned English managers over successful ones. There’s no accounting for taste.

Joe Mercer was successful in a golden era for English managers, the last golden era, over 30 years ago


#663

Needy, attention seeking carping on the 70th birthday of one of the good guys, Neil Warnock.


#664

I know one would think you’d know better at this stage.


#665

Does anyone know which 3pm kick off is on sky sports today?


#666

Man City v Bournemouth


#667

Enjoy watching the Champions mate


#668

I very rarely watch UAE City mate. I’m watching my beloved magpies


#669

Last


#670

1-1 ht City Bournemouth


#671

Would you sit in often on s Saturday afternoon to watch English football at 3pm?


#672

Sean Dyche must be in bother now.


#673

What’s happened to him?


#674

Burnley lost again today. They lie in the relegation zone and have Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs and Everton in 4 of their next 5 games.


#675

They might give him the sack and then he’ll rock up at Southampton and keep them up


#676

Young Mick Obafemi sets up Southamptons first


#677

You can never legislate for the stupidity of soccer owners but Burnley are one of the few EPL outfits that are owned locally. An owner like Mike Garlick and a board of directors who soldiered through the 40 plus years that Burnley were in the lower leagues are unlikely to do something as dumb as sacking Seán Dyche. Different set of values at proper clubs like Burnley and Tottenham that are owned/controlled by local lads and have roots in their local communities.


#678

:clap::clap::clap:


#679

2-0 beautiful free kick


#680

You’d be very foolish to write off Man U from here. They’ve come from 2-0 down three times in calendar year 2018 to win league games 3-2.


#681

True and Southampton are terrible so anythings possible.
Fellaini equaliser in the 92nd minute is my final answer.