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Unlike Chelsea who are whiter than white of course!

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Why does Bouch support Chelsea? Isn't his local team Cardiff City?
Bleedin' glory hunter.


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Why does Bouch support Chelsea? Isn't his local team Cardiff City?
Bleedin' glory hunter.


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Andrew (Scum V) wrote:
Unlike Chelsea who are whiter than white of course!


It all got a bit vicious after Tottenham's 9th yellow card?


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Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele has also been charged with an alleged act of violent conduct during the 2-2 draw.

The FA said Dembele's alleged eye-gouge on Diego Costa is more serious than a normal charge of violent conduct.

That means a three-game ban "is clearly insufficient" if he is found guilty.

Dembele, 28, has until 18:00 BST on Thursday to respond to the charge, while Chelsea and Tottenham have until 18:00 on Monday.

There were 12 yellow cards during the match, which saw two mass brawls, as Tottenham's hopes of winning the Premier League were ended.


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Latest

Leicester City 3 Manchester City 0

Vardy (3'minutes, 20'minutes),
King (5'minutes)

65 minutes gone ...


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Finished 4-2

Think that's 4 wins in the last 15 games for 'pep'?

Surprised the media havent mentioned his failings so far season more tbh, or are they just saving that for Mourinho?


Surprising how far a few free bars and copies of a coronation street box set will get you with the British press... :roll:


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Ranieri sacked.


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The board can go *fupp* itself. *tommy tankers*

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Pretty shitty way to treat the man who done the impossible, and it's probably fair to say no one else will get those stars to allign ever again for them. Even if they were relegated this season, he still deserves to be there. Crazy. :scratch:

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The man was offered the Italian job last summer ... There is a tide in the affairs of Man ......

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loosechange wrote:
Pretty shitty way to treat the man who done the impossible, and it's probably fair to say no one else will get those stars to allign ever again for them. Even if they were relegated this season, he still deserves to be there. Crazy. :scratch:


Pretty much this.

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Nice pay off for him

Hopefully they go down

Just think Jamie Vardy turned Arsenal down in the summer :lol:


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Nice pay off for him

Hopefully they go down

Just think Jamie Vardy turned Arsenal down in the summer :lol:


Is Arsenal's defence better than Leicester's then?

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Klopp was gutted last night, so were his defenders.

Leicester produced a superb display moving out of the Premier League bottom three as two goals from Jamie Vardy and a magnificent Danny Drinkwater strike saw off a limp Liverpool.

It was a much-improved display from the Foxes. The first strike was straight from the 2015-16 playbook as Vardy collected Marc Albrighton's precise long pass before racing clear of Liverpool's sluggish and pedestrian central defenders to finish low past Simon Mignolet to score his second goal in a week.

The second goal of the night was an absolute cracker from Vardy's England team-mate Drinkwater, who showed superb technique to lash home a screamer, his first goal of the campaign, from outside the box.

An unmarked Vardy sealed the win with a firm header from Christian Fuchs' cross in the second half before Philippe Coutinho stroked home a consolation goal for a chastened Liverpool who were well beaten on the night.

Liverpool - who would have climbed to third with a victory - have now lost five of their past seven matches in all competitions but none hurt Klopp more than this one as his comments after the game attested.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/8/main/2017/02/28/33137232/thank-god-we-arent-playing-tomorrow-klopp-tears-into-woeful

Leicester are now 15th in the table, level on points with Swansea.


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