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Decent game though. Got to admit I was wrong about Antonio when we were being linked with him. I thought he was a bit lazy at Forest but he puts a decent shift in to be fair. I know he's changed position mind.

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Is there anybody who's watching/following the Russian league?

 

Yes, how come?

 

Wow, really? Is there any team you like? What do you think about the RFPL at all? 

Really, that's interesting to me what foreigners think about our league!

 

I do enjoy the RFPL, they have more domestic players than most major European leagues and the atmosphere at the games are great. I´m Norwegian and Russia is a neighboring country and I have spent more time in Russia than England. I have friends in Rostov-on-Don, so when it comes to a favorite team I have to say FK Rostov. I were at the Olimp-2 stadium the last time back in April 2014 when FK Rostov drew Anzhi 1-1. Sinama-Pongolle, the flop in Liverpool, got a red card in that game if I remember correctly. What about you? Where in Russia are you from?

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Is there anybody who's watching/following the Russian league?

 

Yes, how come?

 

Wow, really? Is there any team you like? What do you think about the RFPL at all? 

Really, that's interesting to me what foreigners think about our league!

 

I do enjoy the RFPL, they have more domestic players than most major European leagues and the atmosphere at the games are great. I´m Norwegian and Russia is a neighboring country and I have spent more time in Russia than England. I have friends in Rostov-on-Don, so when it comes to a favorite team I have to say FK Rostov. I were at the Olimp-2 stadium the last time back in April 2014 when FK Rostov drew Anzhi 1-1. Sinama-Pongolle, the flop in Liverpool, got a red card in that game if I remember correctly. What about you? Where in Russia are you from?

 

Wow, cool.

I'm from Moscow and I love Lokomotiv since 2002. So today I'll be at the stadium watching how Loko is losing its place in the table.

What is funny: we had a player - Milan Jovanovich. He played in Liverpool and in Lokomotiv and was *** in the both clubs haha

A lot of our domestic players care rather about money than football

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so come on guys, now we don't have any worries who will it be, Sunderland or Newcastle to come down. Very unlikely to be both as the GD means Norwich need to over turn a 10 GD.

 

For me I'd love it if Newcastle went down, and I could see them struggle in the Championship. cannot see Ashley propping them up for long. So come on Sunderland

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Torn.

Newcastle I think will make a better fist of it next season if they stay up, whereas I think we're a better side than Sunderland, who are massively dependant on Defoe and have little else.

On the other hand, Allardyce is a bell end and I'd love to see him relegated.

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