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    (Original post by angelfox)
    Have to beat Liverpool next week.
    Big game for both sides. I can't help thinking that form goes out of the window during the first few weekends of the season, so it's unpredictable. A very solid result for you today, though. One you needed, too.
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    Good result but I just don't think the team is capable of winning the league without signings.
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    Benteke and Milner double hat-trick tomorrow and I may just about be able to justify the transfers I made for this week.
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    (Original post by The Shed End)
    Benteke and Milner double hat-trick tomorrow and I may just about be able to justify the transfers I made for this week.
    how u feeling bro u abit mad or abit salty bro?
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    (Original post by The Shed End)
    Benteke and Milner double hat-trick tomorrow and I may just about be able to justify the transfers I made for this week.
    Yeh, hopefully they're all assisted by Gomez too.
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    Looks like Man City are going to be the ones on the front foot for a while, with United following behind. Us and Chelsea have had awful starts.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Looks like Man City are going to be the ones on the front foot for a while, with United following behind. Us and Chelsea have had awful starts.
    one loss one win is hardly an awful start tbh United could easily slip in their next match.
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    (Original post by sevchenko)
    one loss one win is hardly an awful start tbh United could easily slip in their next match.
    Losing at home to West Ham was one loss out of maybe 5 we can afford if we want to be serious title contenders, so it was sort of a bad start (but not catastrophic).
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Losing at home to West Ham was one loss out of maybe 5 we can afford if we want to be serious title contenders, so it was sort of a bad start (but not catastrophic).
    Depends on how the others do around us. I can certainly see our rivals losing more than 5 matches this season
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    (Original post by sevchenko)
    Depends on how the others do around us. I can certainly see our rivals losing more than 5 matches this season
    Perhaps, but then again I could see Chelsea losing more than 3, yet they didn't.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Looks like Man City are going to be the ones on the front foot for a while, with United following behind. Us and Chelsea have had awful starts.
    Man Utd got a bit lucky against Tottenham. Man City are the only team that looks solid. Chelsea have many internal problems and their play has been crap.
    We look shaky in every part of the pitch- MOTD brilliantly pointed out that we cannot control a game.
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    Think Sterling will become a great player in the City setup. Kid has the talent and is learning from some great players.
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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    Think Sterling will become a great player in the City setup. Kid has the talent and is learning from some great players.
    Yeah he should do well. When you have Silva beside you, you're bound to.


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    (Original post by ETRC)
    Man Utd got a bit lucky against Tottenham. Man City are the only team that looks solid. Chelsea have many internal problems and their play has been crap.
    We look shaky in every part of the pitch- MOTD brilliantly pointed out that we cannot control a game.
    True, United got lucky against both teams to be honest. City have dominated, and Chelsea look a bit broken.

    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    Think Sterling will become a great player in the City setup. Kid has the talent and is learning from some great players.
    He already looks a part of the system, and annoyingly I think he'll be brilliant there.
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    (Original post by ETRC)
    Man Utd got a bit lucky against Tottenham. Man City are the only team that looks solid. Chelsea have many internal problems and their play has been crap.
    We look shaky in every part of the pitch- MOTD brilliantly pointed out that we cannot control a game.
    More like Gullit did. Don't think Shearer could spot such a thing. All he knows what to say about Arsenal is 'they need one or two players.'


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    We need Arteta to help steady it.
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    (Original post by qwerty_mad)
    More like Gullit did. Don't think Shearer could spot such a thing. All he knows what to say about Arsenal is 'they need one or two players.'


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    Gullit has some brilliant analysis when I see him. Shearer often points out the obvious stuff when talking about anything not strikers/forwards.
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    (Original post by angelfox)
    We need Arteta to help steady it.
    He did well yesterday. This role suits him well. And I think he accepts it.


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    (Original post by sevchenko)
    one loss one win is hardly an awful start tbh United could easily slip in their next match.
    Newcastle at home? Highly unlikely

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