Premier League 2018/2019


#322

It’s all Sergio Ramos’s fault.


#323

Cyrus Christie destroyed by Shearer on MotD2


#324

Arsenal s 3rd a great goal but they never do that against a half decent team. Premier league outside of top 3 or 4 is very average.


#325

May he Rest in Peace.


#326

Heard abit about this on OTB
Interesting insight into what happened to Carrick after the '09 Champions League Final , how it affected him on & off the pitch


#327

I thought Pat Nevin’s insight was interesting -
He felt that Carrick had self diagnosed as he hadn’t sought help.
(I think Nevin has trained in psychology)


#328

Yeah , i agree . Nevin came across very well in the piece . I reckon Carrick probably didn’t know what was really wrong with him in the beginning as life probably had been full of highs up to that point in his career . Probably too hard on himself too .


#329

Losing is hard.


#330

He seemed to shoulder alot of the blame himself for the losing of that final . Highs & lows as he said himself , best team in Europe the previous year ( his words , whether that’s correct is up for debate ) to losing the final the next year .


#331

Certainly for the current Dublin panel it is.


#332

I said hard, not impossible! :grin:


#333

Try being a Liverpool supporting Mayo man :see_no_evil:


#334

I’d rather be convicted of murder.


#335

Didn’t get to see Chelsea v Man It’s. Glad neither team won.
However, read this on BBC text coverage online…

Juan Mata is now soaking up acclaim from all sides of the ground, the last to leave the pitch. There can’t be a single reason to dislike Juan Mata can there? Seems a lovely bloke.

Couldn’t agree more.