ADubs86: Well the Real-Levante match certainly was interesting. Too bad Inter-Roma is so far 45 minutes of Roma styling all over the blue half.
desertgeek: I said last season that Man Utd wasn't has good as their record showed. They just didn't look good, but they still looked better than the other EPL teams.Now, with essentially the same team but a different manager; they look worse. To me, these first few games of the "post-Fergie" era says a lot more about SAF than anything else. He was able to make his players better and could hide defects in the team. Moyes doesn't have that ability. He's a fine manager, but he can't make players better just by his presence.
ADubs86: I do find the hilarity that Chelsea have wasted so much money on strikers, yet the two most in form strikers in the league in the last year have both been former and loaned Chelsea strikers. Why on earth they let Lukaku go on loan
Mr_H: Got back to the hotel after watching Columbus lose to Kansas just in time to watch the third Colorado goal. This should be a fun night./crew played terrible//was still fun to watch
SomebodyElsesShoes: I think it's possible you are reading too much in these first two months of the season. Replacing Fergie was always going to huge endeavor even with all the steps taken to minimize the disruption. That disruption was always going to unsettle some of the players and even some of the management which was going to show on the field. They will work their way through it and I'm sure they'll be fine.What really surprises me, particularly after what we saw during the transfer window, is how people expected things to just continue as they had under SAF between the lines. It was always going to take time.Time will tell with Moyes, who I, as an Everton supporter, rate very highly. I think that as he establishes himself his talent for man management will show through. The biggest problem he will face is in learning the European game, which he has some experience in, and learning how to spend money. He will always have the shadow of SAF hanging over him, though, but he knew that going in.I know that as a Liverpool supporter, it must be tempting to quickly dismiss a Manchester United Team with a former Everton boss as manager. But would suggest you keep your powder dry until things shake out.
LucklessWonder: Ooh +110 for the day FFPL, now I just need:1-0 wins by Chelsea, Arsenal & Southampton2-0 win by Spursto have a respectable week, ulike my beloved and not so MIGHTY Oxford United who tasted the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline.
HaywoodJablonski: We are all NorfolkingChance today
ADubs86: HaywoodJablonski: We are all NorfolkingChance todayNot me, banker on a 3-1 Chelsea win.Nothing personal of course, NorfolkingChance, just business.
Langston: HaywoodJablonski: We are all NorfolkingChance todayEverybody but nathanjr, expobill, Sirjohnfalstaff, and CognaciousThunk. Damn, there are a few more Chelsea supporters around here but I can't remember their names offhand. Not sure if they're lurking or sleeping.
midpoint: HaywoodJablonski:I've banked on a Chelsea win as well. No matterActually he starts.Cough. More seriously - the psychology of predicting your own team is interesting isn't it?
Norfolking Chance: Crap
Princip's Sandwich: Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaark.
Langston: Princip's Sandwich: Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaark.Southampton stronger than people give them credit for. They beat Liverpool and West Brom and have looked pretty solid overall.
Unfreakable: LucklessWonder: Ooh +110 for the day FFPL, now I just need:1-0 wins by Chelsea, Arsenal & Southampton2-0 win by Spursto have a respectable week, ulike my beloved and not so MIGHTY Oxford United who tasted the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline.For what it's worth, every time I see Oxford United mentioned anywhere, my mind now adds the "MIGHTY" at the beginning.
LucklessWonder: Unfreakable: LucklessWonder: Ooh +110 for the day FFPL, now I just need:1-0 wins by Chelsea, Arsenal & Southampton2-0 win by Spursto have a respectable week, ulike my beloved and not so MIGHTY Oxford United who tasted the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline.For what it's worth, every time I see Oxford United mentioned anywhere, my mind now adds the "MIGHTY" at the beginning.You aren't the first Farker to tell me that. And I'm glad that the MIGHT of Oxford United is recognised by more than just me.
Princip's Sandwich: Goddammit. Boruc's unbeatable if he keeps playing like this.
Princip's Sandwich: How's the Chelsea game? Did Jose revert to his game-killing form?
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