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    This season then :P
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    How's the trophy hunt going?


    #SinceUTDlastwonatrophy

    welbeck > RVP
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    (Original post by difeo)
    No we didn't

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    Fair to say the ignore list is a complete failure, quotes get around it like Messi gets around Milner

    Oh, and more Ozil bashing by the Daily Mail.
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    Fair to say the ignore list is a complete failure, quotes get around it like Messi gets around Milner

    Oh, and more Ozil bashing by the Daily Mail.
    Yeh the ignore list is crap on here, as a mod I can't ignore people but even prior to that it was a pointless feature tbh. Should be a total purge like Facebooks one.

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    People counting community shield as a trophy, ****ing lol
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    (Original post by drewBusby)
    Oh how the mighty have fallen.

    Also, how many of your fans have apologised to Moyesh yet? Considering it is his quality signings Fellaini and Mata that have dragged you through the last few games?
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Thanks Prod, although it looks like it didn't work much.
    Thank you too nah it's fine personal insults seem to have stopped

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    thoughts?
    This image highlights the disconsolate contrast between glorified success and a desolate pit of hopeless reality. The green grass connotes the sheer magnitude of opulance amongst the ebullient beings that stride upon it. The crowds begrudgingly applaud in malcontent manner, for they wished it was their men promenading in such covetous honour.
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Thank you too nah it's fine personal insults seem to have stopped
    Yeah, for now

    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    This image highlights the disconsolate contrast between glorified success and a desolate pit of hopeless reality. The green grass connotes the sheer magnitude of opulance amongst the ebullient beings that stride upon it. The crowds begrudgingly applaud in malcontent manner, for they wished it was their men promenading in such covetous honour.
    ...you do/did English Lit, didn't you
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Yeah, for now



    ...you do/did English Lit, didn't you
    Ikr.
    Lol nah did English Lit back in A level. Would have been my second choice of course if I wasn't doing law at uni

    Oh look, another reason to laugh at us :lol: http://www1.skysports.com/football/n...arlie-nicholas
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    I hate to use this cliche, but after 6 wins on the bounce & 9 wins from the last 10, surely you're 'due a loss' soon?

    Do you think you can keep this incredible form up for another 8 matches & do you think you could potentially be poised to pounce on any slip ups?
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    So does Liverpool's defeat makes us the most in form side?
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Ikr.
    Lol nah did English Lit back in A level. Would have been my second choice of course if I wasn't doing law at uni

    Oh look, another reason to laugh at us :lol: http://www1.skysports.com/football/n...arlie-nicholas

    Its a personnel problem.
    You guys have dropped off when it comes to transfers, hence why you're no longer linked with the likes of bale, ronaldo, pogba etc.
    I think the excitement generated by welbeck's signing surpassing that of ours for the signing of persie, is a symptom of the above.
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    So does Liverpool's defeat makes us the most in form side?
    Yes.

    Arsenal and Liverpool are the only teams to have gained on both Man C and Chelsea this year, your still on your run.
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    Arsenal are bang in form and tbh it isnt wrong to say Arsenal look the best placed bet to take advantage of any slip ups by Chelsea. However, it's highly unlikely that Chelsea will slip up and its highly unlikely they'll lose half of their remaining fixtures and Arsenal will win all thier fixtures.

    The title race is over imo, Chelsea have already won it.

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    really not confident about the liverpool game at all.

    Big games for us seem so unpredictable, that its just hard to gauge any type of form from them..

    Looking at 2015:

    Man city - won
    Spurs - Lost
    Monaco - Lost
    Man united - won

    (not counting 2nd monaco game, as you cant take anything from a game against a side who knew they just did not need to concede 3)

    Who knows about liverpool? Will it be a game like the two manchester ones, where we play out of our skin and get a win?

    Or will it be an utter shambles like the spurs and monaco games?

    No idea..
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    (Original post by TornadoGR4)
    I hate to use this cliche, but after 6 wins on the bounce & 9 wins from the last 10, surely you're 'due a loss' soon?

    Do you think you can keep this incredible form up for another 8 matches & do you think you could potentially be poised to pounce on any slip ups?
    Maybe, but tbh, all of those games we should have won anyway (bar maybe the United one based on history and the City one on our away form last year). The same is true of Liverpool, they may have been undefeated in 2015 (in pl) until last weekend, but pretty much all their games were expected wins tbh.

    The next 3 games are crucial, if we can come out of Chelsea and Liverpool with at least 4 points, then we're cruising, but I think with our "flat track bully" in tow we're unlikely to slip up against teams from the bottom half.

    We won't catch Chelsea, it simply isn't going to happen, second is definitely on the cards though
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    A big amount also depends on injuries over the international break as well. Can't way to see Walcott pulling up 10 minutes into the game this weekend with a muscle strain, or will Sturridge's hip injury be worse than expected? If a team loses a big player in the next few weeks they could be in an awful position for the run in.
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    worst players for us to have injured right now would be kos, giroud and coq

    Those 3 are key to our team at the moment.. coq would probalby be the least of an issue, but he has put in some real good performances in the bigger games of this season, and seems to step up when it matters (also had some poor games mind you.. but against the two manchester teams, he was class)

    Either of the other 2 would just be a nightmare.. we saw how badly we performed for the first half of this season without kos.. and I do give him a lot of the credit for how well we have turned things around in 2015.

    And giroud is our main goal threat at the moment.. walcott, welbeck and sanchez are all not on great goal scoring form. and he would be a huge miss
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Thank you too nah it's fine personal insults seem to have stopped



    This image highlights the disconsolate contrast between glorified success and a desolate pit of hopeless reality. The green grass connotes the sheer magnitude of opulance amongst the ebullient beings that stride upon it. The crowds begrudgingly applaud in malcontent manner, for they wished it was their men promenading in such covetous honour.
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    miserable cabbage.
 
 
 
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