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Wow! Could see that more often this year. he was absolute dire against Everton though. I don't know how he scored so many last season, considering he was dire for most of it too.

 

Swansea winning convincingly again today, what a great job that club has done.

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I know they look like a really effective side. They always played good football but now they are banging goals in.

I like the way they play so hope they do well.

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Wow! Could see that more often this year. he was absolute dire against Everton though. I don't know how he scored so many last season, considering he was dire for most of it too.

 

Swansea winning convincingly again today, what a great job that club has done.

 

Yeah I think united will be far more balanced without him in the side and Van Persie up top on his own. I think they may play 4231 with Kagawa behind RVP.

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who would have thought bristol city would be so free scoring this season (early as it is)...

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OUCH. Rooneys leg completely split open there. Looks very sore


Birmingham losing 2-0 to watford, what a poor start to the season they've had.


Never a penalty that for Chelsea, they're getting all the luck so far this season!

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Everton :).

 

They've started the season with a bang! Felliani is gonna be big for them this season, already has 2 in 2. Reckon him and Jelavic will be a class double acted for the Toffee's.

 

Also Swansea - scored 8 goals without letting a goal in. Laudrup has had a brilliant start to life in the PL and fat Sam looked well peeved off when i was watching the game in the bar area of the ground today. A run of bad results and i can see his head rolling.

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Couple of decent games on today, starting with Stoke vs ***nal. Always a tough one for ***nal! Heres a link:

 

http://www.nutjob.eu/

 

Followed by Man City vs Liverpool at Anfield! Another very interesting one. Plus, for me, Cork Vs Donegal in the All Ireland semi final :D

 

Anyone watching much today?

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Uxbridge v Wembley FC in the FA Cup should be interesting today. Ive not seen the line ups yet but I know Wembley FC have some golden oldies in their squad like Graeme Le Saux, Martin Keown, Claudio Caniggia, Brian McBride and a certain Ugo Ehiogu and Ray Parlour. Its on ESPN now if anyone gives a toss :D

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Haha thats really tempting, I love watching the oldies play these days, things like Soccer Aid are always great. This ***nal Stoke game is a good un though, so I think I'll stick with it.

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