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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2505 on: May 18, 2017, 02:51 »
Penalty to Southampton

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2506 on: May 18, 2017, 02:51 »
Omg penalty safe

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2507 on: May 18, 2017, 11:16 »
MU premier league season over by now. They must now beat ajax to go on Champs League.

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2508 on: May 18, 2017, 11:20 »
But yesterday game was no honeymoon both team play for win, although result is draw but didn't regret staying up to catch this game.

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2509 on: May 18, 2017, 19:05 »
Lei Host Spurs later, i think another draw game both team nothing to play for.
Spurs confirm 2nd and want to enjoy their holidays ahead.  ;D

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2510 on: May 18, 2017, 21:04 »
I am going for a one goal win for the fighting cocks! ;D

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2511 on: May 19, 2017, 06:01 »
Spurs whack lei 6-1 dah damn song

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2512 on: May 19, 2017, 11:54 »
The combined salaries of Kane (100K), Alli (50K) and Son(85K) of 235K pounds a week is less than Rooney's 300K!! :P
Goals scored by Kane, Alli and Son this season to date is 32, 21 and 21 respectively!!  Rooney's 5 :P

Go figure! :o :o ;D
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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2513 on: May 19, 2017, 12:37 »
The combine salaries of Kane (100K), Alli (50K) and Son(85K) of 235K pounds a week is less than Rooney's 300K!! :P
Goals scored by Kane, Alli and Son this season to date is 32, 21 and 21 respectively!!  Rooney's 5 :P

Go figure! :o :o ;D

The shrek should retire.

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2514 on: May 19, 2017, 12:49 »
The shrek should retire.
agree long time ago now over due

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2515 on: May 19, 2017, 13:56 »
The combine salaries of Kane (100K), Alli (50K) and Son(85K) of 235K pounds a week is less than Rooney's 300K!! :P
Goals scored by Kane, Alli and Son this season to date is 32, 21 and 21 respectively!!  Rooney's 5 :P

Go figure! :o :o ;D

U really have to blame the club for spoiling the market.  I think ManU pays over the top for most of their players.

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2516 on: May 19, 2017, 22:34 »
U really have to blame the club for spoiling the market.  I think ManU pays over the top for most of their players.

Rooney should join CSL, can earn 3x his present salary. Go there 1 season also song :)

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2517 on: May 19, 2017, 23:02 »
Who will get the golden boot

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2518 on: May 20, 2017, 09:12 »
My best if on the HurriKane.

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Re: EPL - 2016/2017 Season
« Reply #2519 on: May 20, 2017, 09:23 »
The race for the Champions League is the big story on the final day of the Premier League season, so who will make it: Liverpool or Arsenal?

There's even a chance the fight for a top four place could, incredibly, come down to a playoff.

Liverpool clinch a Champions League place if they beat Middlesbrough, but fail to do so and that lets in Arsenal. Meanwhile, Manchester City are almost there, although they still may have to get something at Watford just to make sure.

How will the final day go?

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool have tested the patience of their home supporters for weeks and find themselves in a last day battle for the top four. Middlesbrough have been poor all season but may put up a show with a caretaker boss eager to impress. Expect tension, frustration and a late scrappy win.
Prediction: Liverpool 2-1 Middlesbrough -- Dave Usher

MIDDLESBROUGH: Boro can play with freedom and enjoy their last Premier League outing now that relegation is confirmed. For Liverpool, a win is vital and they're likely to get it against a team that came up short this season.
Prediction: Liverpool 2-1 Middlesbrough -- Catherine Wilson

ARSENAL: Yet again, Arsenal have managed to produce a run of results to bring them within touching distance of Champions League qualification. Although they're likely to fall short this time round, they look strong enough to overcome Everton on the final day. Arsenal need a win to put pressure on Liverpool. With Alexis Sanchez in such sparkling form, they should get it.
Prediction: Arsenal 2-1 Everton -- James McNicholas

EVERTON: Everton are on a seven-game winless run on the road, but that is nothing compared to losing 18 and winning none of their past 22 trips to Arsenal in all competitions. A much-needed win, both in general and in this fixture, could help 24-goal Romelu Lukaku finish as Premier League top scorer.
Prediction: Arsenal 2-1 Everton -- Luke O'Farrell

WATFORD: Watford once again go into the final game of a Premier League season knowing that it will be their head coach's last. How this will affect the atmosphere and the performance remains to be seen, but with rumours of player discontent, it would be no surprise to see an improved performance with Walter Mazzarri's departure confirmed. Away from the dugout, all eyes will be on Jose Holebas, who if cautioned will set a new record for bookings in a Premier League season -- 15.
Prediction: Watford 1-3 Manchester City -- Mike Parkin

MAN CITY: The team should be feeling confident of getting the point they need to secure a top four finish, and should have eyes on all three to sneak into third ahead of Liverpool. Watford put up a good fight in their recent match with Chelsea, but their season has been over for some time and they've looked relaxed for weeks. With news that Mazzarri is to leave, too, it could be a difficult afternoon for the Hornets.
Prediction: Watford 1-3 Manchester City -- David Mooney