Premier League 2018/2019


#141

Ignore you ? You were the one replieing to me , over two threads , your all over place place .
I wasn’t even talking to you :joy:


#142

Yes. I’m all over the place place.

Put the beer down and go to bed.


#143

Wrapped yourself up knots there lad :joy:.
Anyway good luck :wave:


#144

Are you 13 or 14? I actually pity you now. Night.


#145

Ill tell what i am , laughing my hole off reading these replies :joy:. Your alright Rochey , even though your a little bewildered .
Feel free to follow me around in the future though :vulcan_salute:


#146

FWIW

This is The Guardian’s take on it -

“Not that this victory provided too much evidence that United are genuinely equipped to improve on last season’s position as runners-up. They struggled to impose themselves for long spells against a robust and adventurous Leicester side and, briefly, it was a wave of apprehension engulfing the stadium when Jamie Vardy’s stoppage-time header gave the away side the opportunity to pull off a dramatic feat of escapology.”


#147

It was poor from United, Leicester dominated possession and did create some good chances. United got a break with the penalty but never built on it. Delighted to see Shaw score and a win is a win.


#148

So were United comfortable or were City not given enough credit in last night’s analysis?


#149

They’re wrong

It was a handy win :wink:


#150

Crazy if true


#151

So Tottenham’s new stadium won’t be ready until October, at the earliest. They are having to play theur first few “home” games at Wembley. I would have thought that the PL wiuld have told them to play all if their home games in one stadium only over the course if a season.


#152

That is a rule, I guess all the other clubs agreed.


#153

Never been so disinterested and objectional to top league soccer especially in England. Some players wages and transfer fees are greater than the budget of some major European cities. It’s an absolute insanity really, anti-sport.


#154

Supporting QPR will do that to a man.


#155

think the rule is there so your a poor PL club and you are playing united , and you move your game to a bigger stadium for more money. As someone said , they had agreement from the PL chairmen and i’m sure it was a contingency which now has to be taken up. Disaster in the scheme of things , but if they opened it and there was an actual disaster well that would be worse.


#156

Is that not considered a neutral venue then ?, … grabs coat, closes door on way out.


#157

#158

The NFL game due to be played there in October has also been moved to Wembley.


#159

yeah - the NFL are playing in wembley the same day as the man city game - so they haven’t confirmed where that will be played.

a disaster PR wise - but once its open it’ll soon be forgotten


#160

Any LFC fans here that go over to games at anfield regular enough ?