Premier League 2017/18


#21

Don’t be taking the pi55 out of us Leeds fans … huh … watching our own team … huh … in the Premiership … huh …


#22

Some show tonight , had to switch off at HT. Gooners defense a shambles but pulled it out of the bag .I like Wenger , hope they do well this season .


#23

Never tire of games like tonight’s.
Alas, they are the exception rather than the norm
Match of the Day is still a high-class, polished product churning out regular entertainment.


#24

Know a lot of people who say we this and we that who never watch a full match. Strange phenomenon. Expect it’s due to the endless nature of the season and hype.


#25

I read somewhere on twitter that on MOTD now they will have a new segment on “expected goals” .


#26

Tbh watching a soccer match has become a chore at this stage . It is from a personal point of view from the 3 main sports I watch .Gaelic football , hurling & basketball . Scores are usually every couple of minutes or per minute which makes it more exciting to watch .I wouldnt pay to go watch a soccer game now but I’ll watch it on TV as long as I have the phone to keep me occupied .


#27

Watching the World Athletics at the moment and it’s very enjoyable. I reckon our top GAA stars could represent Ireland better than our Athletic “stars”


#28

Well they don’t dope .
Ponder this 30 best times in history for 100m
21 by drug cheats .9 by bolt
So bolt is clean …ok


#29

Good oul liverpool …the mayo of the prem. . LOL


#30

Normal service resumes for Liverpool :joy:


#31

Chelsea getting hammered 3-0 by Burnley at the moment :open_mouth:


#32

Lumping on Burnley …


#33

Matic a big loss for Chelsea


#34

Great to see from an Irish point if view Brady , Hendrick , Ward & Walters coming off the bench .We need our players playing consistently to help our qualification bid .


#35

Ward’s goal. Would be nice to see him do one or two of these against Georgia and Serbia next month


#36

#37

Another 4 goal rout for United today, great start to the season but there again it would want to be given the level of investment in the squad.


#38

Yes …, and it won’t have helped neither West Ham nor Swansea’s Champions League ambitions either …


#39

That Palace striker looks a bit heavy. I think he’s Puncheon above his weight …


#40

:sunglasses: