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2014-04-05 06:46:05 AM
Yes. Probably not, but it would be glorious. I sure hope so.
 
2014-04-05 06:48:58 AM
We're interesting rather than spiffy?

I'm not sure I approve.
 
2014-04-05 07:19:07 AM
Come on Saints, do us a favor lads!!!
 
2014-04-05 07:19:19 AM
Plucky overachievers Man Utd will be without Wayne Rooney due to a toe injury. Even worse, he's doubtful for Bayern.
 
2014-04-05 07:30:40 AM

czetie: Plucky overachievers Man Utd will be without Wayne Rooney due to a toe injury. Even worse, he's doubtful for Bayern.


If Rooney is out and RvP is still out, where will United's goals come from? Can Welbeck create them on his own? I thought he was always more effective as part of a strike tandem.
 
2014-04-05 07:37:55 AM
Actually, setting today's games aside for the moment, I have a question for everybody while we're waiting for the games to begin: as the Premier League season winds down, what is your biggest fear about your club? Is it falling out of CL contention? Relegation? Is it your coaching situation or your player situation? What makes you gnaw your fingernails down to the bone?
 
2014-04-05 07:40:54 AM

SmackLT: czetie: Plucky overachievers Man Utd will be without Wayne Rooney due to a toe injury. Even worse, he's doubtful for Bayern.

If Rooney is out and RvP is still out, where will United's goals come from? Can Welbeck create them on his own? I thought he was always more effective as part of a strike tandem.


I got nothin'. And of course Utd need at least one goal (plus a couple of miracles) if they are to progress.

I agree about Welbeck, he is most effective inside the six yard box, poaching scraps and feeding off the chaos caused by a primary striker. Mata of course is cup-tied. So I think we're down to Welbeck and Hernandez, and the latter is very similar in style to Welbeck

I suppose Moyes could do something wacky like play Kagawa up front with Welbeck.

/Is it too late to recall Macheda from loan?
 
2014-04-05 07:42:36 AM

SmackLT: Actually, setting today's games aside for the moment, I have a question for everybody while we're waiting for the games to begin: as the Premier League season winds down, what is your biggest fear about your club? Is it falling out of CL contention? Relegation? Is it your coaching situation or your player situation? What makes you gnaw your fingernails down to the bone?


Injuries. If Liverpool can stay healthy during these last 6, then the CL is pretty much a lock. Plus, I want to see Stevie, Luis, Studge, Hendo, and Radio Raheem during the WC.
 
2014-04-05 07:44:14 AM

czetie: SmackLT: czetie: Plucky overachievers Man Utd will be without Wayne Rooney due to a toe injury. Even worse, he's doubtful for Bayern.

If Rooney is out and RvP is still out, where will United's goals come from? Can Welbeck create them on his own? I thought he was always more effective as part of a strike tandem.

I got nothin'. And of course Utd need at least one goal (plus a couple of miracles) if they are to progress.

I agree about Welbeck, he is most effective inside the six yard box, poaching scraps and feeding off the chaos caused by a primary striker. Mata of course is cup-tied. So I think we're down to Welbeck and Hernandez, and the latter is very similar in style to Welbeck

I suppose Moyes could do something wacky like play Kagawa up front with Welbeck.

/Is it too late to recall Macheda from loan?


He could always line up like City.
----------Welbeck-----------
Mata----Kagawa---Januzaj
----Fellaini---Carrick-------
 
2014-04-05 07:47:25 AM
Biggest fear for Arsenal? A few of them, actually. They sort of swirl around, but this is the situation that keeps me up at night:

- Arsenal fail to qualify for fourth place in the league and miss out for CL football for the first time since Wenger came on board, finishing fifth for the first time in over a decade.

- Not adjusting to this, Wenger does his usual nothing during the first 7/8ths of the summer transfer window, waiting to see what "top, top quality" players he can get in the end, while Manchester United and Chelsea act early in the window to pick up some of the best available players. Players don't want to come to Arsenal because it doesn't pay enough to miss out on CL football.

- With a disastrous start and fans howling, Wenger and the board finally agree to part ways before Christmas. With a lack of available coaches, the board backs the only coach available at that time...Harry f*cking Redknapp
 
2014-04-05 07:47:55 AM
What the hell was he thinking with that challenge??
 
2014-04-05 07:48:54 AM

dietbubba: What the hell was he thinking with that challenge??


Bad move. Horrible defensive error
 
2014-04-05 07:49:53 AM
And City lead in the first two minutes. Disastrous start for Southampton
 
2014-04-05 07:50:01 AM

SmackLT: Actually, setting today's games aside for the moment, I have a question for everybody while we're waiting for the games to begin: as the Premier League season winds down, what is your biggest fear about your club? Is it falling out of CL contention? Relegation? Is it your coaching situation or your player situation? What makes you gnaw your fingernails down to the bone?


The ever looming spectre of bankruptcy, and the fear that they will just miss the play offs again and spend another season being MIGHTY in League Two.
 
2014-04-05 07:50:27 AM
Gonna be a long day for the Saints.
 
2014-04-05 07:51:20 AM

LucklessWonder: The ever looming spectre of bankruptcy, and the fear that they will just miss the play offs again and spend another season being MIGHTY in League Two.


Weren't they leading League Two for a while this season?
 
2014-04-05 07:51:26 AM

Langston: - With a disastrous start and fans howling, Wenger and the board finally agree to part ways before Christmas. With a lack of available coaches, the board backs the only coach available at that time...Harry f*cking Redknapp


Some rumors Wheeler Dealer is going back to Spurs in the summer.
 
2014-04-05 07:51:32 AM
FFPL report to follow for the main batch of games.
 
2014-04-05 07:56:07 AM

Langston: Biggest fear for Arsenal? A few of them, actually. They sort of swirl around, but this is the situation that keeps me up at night:

- Arsenal fail to qualify for fourth place in the league and miss out for CL football for the first time since Wenger came on board, finishing fifth for the first time in over a decade.

- Not adjusting to this, Wenger does his usual nothing during the first 7/8ths of the summer transfer window, waiting to see what "top, top quality" players he can get in the end, while Manchester United and Chelsea act early in the window to pick up some of the best available players. Players don't want to come to Arsenal because it doesn't pay enough to miss out on CL football.

- With a disastrous start and fans howling, Wenger and the board finally agree to part ways before Christmas. With a lack of available coaches, the board backs the only coach available at that time...Harry f*cking Redknapp


that is one seriously depressing hypothetical. Please god no
 
2014-04-05 07:58:01 AM

ADubs86: Langston: - With a disastrous start and fans howling, Wenger and the board finally agree to part ways before Christmas. With a lack of available coaches, the board backs the only coach available at that time...Harry f*cking Redknapp

Some rumors Wheeler Dealer is going back to Spurs in the summer.


I don't see him going back to White Hart Lane. The coach's name I keep hearing for Sp*rs is Van Gaal.
 
2014-04-05 08:02:28 AM

Sachbash: that is one seriously depressing hypothetical. Please god no


A lot would have to go wrong for that to happen. Tomorrow will really determine where Arsenal is able to finish. Everton is excellent at home, but Arsenal is pretty good on the road (a few disastrous games aside) and Ramsey is back in the squad for tomorrow. I don't expect him to be a difference maker in one game, but Arsenal played so, so much better when he was on the pitch. I also don't see Wenger ever leaving mid-season. He's a stubborn old mule like that.

The "not doing anything during the early part of the transfer window" part, though, is classic Wenger.
 
2014-04-05 08:03:42 AM
Saints look like Arsenal did last week, under the kosh, but they might be able to nick one.
 
2014-04-05 08:04:08 AM

Langston: ADubs86: Langston: - With a disastrous start and fans howling, Wenger and the board finally agree to part ways before Christmas. With a lack of available coaches, the board backs the only coach available at that time...Harry f*cking Redknapp

Some rumors Wheeler Dealer is going back to Spurs in the summer.

I don't see him going back to White Hart Lane. The coach's name I keep hearing for Sp*rs is Van Gaal.


David Moyes might be available, and he's the perfect manager for a team that consistently just misses out on CL qualification.
 
2014-04-05 08:04:13 AM
This game is why people love Southampton. Down 1-0 in the first two minutes but they're pressing hard and attacking, wanting to score a goal because fark you, Man City.
 
2014-04-05 08:06:39 AM

Langston: ADubs86: Langston: - With a disastrous start and fans howling, Wenger and the board finally agree to part ways before Christmas. With a lack of available coaches, the board backs the only coach available at that time...Harry f*cking Redknapp

Some rumors Wheeler Dealer is going back to Spurs in the summer.

I don't see him going back to White Hart Lane. The coach's name I keep hearing for Sp*rs is Van Gaal.


Might not be available, Bayer Leverkusen just sacked Sami Hyypia this morning. Although, Sami might be a good pickup for Spurs.
 
2014-04-05 08:10:02 AM
In other football games today England are crushing Monenegro 2-0 with 13 minutes on the clock

Of course its the women showing the men hows its done
 
2014-04-05 08:10:09 AM
Come on J-Rod, don't miss the WC.
 
2014-04-05 08:11:32 AM

ADubs86: Come on J-Rod, don't miss the WC.


That looks bad. I'll be astonished if that's not torn ligaments.
 
2014-04-05 08:12:03 AM
Man, things couldn't get worse for Southampton.
 
2014-04-05 08:12:40 AM

ADubs86: Might not be available, Bayer Leverkusen just sacked Sami Hyypia this morning. Although, Sami might be a good pickup for Spurs.


What I've heard (if England's news rags are to be trusted) is that Spurs have already met with him and he's expected to arrive at WHL after the World Cup. He himself said that he wanted to manage in England, and Spurs would probably be the best fit of the teams that need a coach that are in need of structure and that are also well positioned in the upper half of the table.

Poor Rodriguez. That's a huge blow for Southampton.
 
2014-04-05 08:17:19 AM

Langston: Sachbash: that is one seriously depressing hypothetical. Please god no

A lot would have to go wrong for that to happen. Tomorrow will really determine where Arsenal is able to finish. Everton is excellent at home, but Arsenal is pretty good on the road (a few disastrous games aside) and Ramsey is back in the squad for tomorrow. I don't expect him to be a difference maker in one game, but Arsenal played so, so much better when he was on the pitch. I also don't see Wenger ever leaving mid-season. He's a stubborn old mule like that.

The "not doing anything during the early part of the transfer window" part, though, is classic Wenger.


Ya really hoping ramsey hits the ground running when we finally see him on the field again. Amazing how much of a factor hes been on the team this season. My biggest fear though is simply that Wenger would insta-resign if arsenal finish 5th, and that could goa long way to being avoided with a win this weekend.
 
2014-04-05 08:22:32 AM
Wow. Penalty for Southampton
 
2014-04-05 08:22:32 AM
PENALTY!
 
2014-04-05 08:22:49 AM
Goaaaaal soton!!!

/some lazy ass defending on both sides today
 
2014-04-05 08:23:11 AM

ADubs86: PENALTY!


And Southampton levels!
 
2014-04-05 08:23:30 AM
No more than Southampton deserve.
 
2014-04-05 08:23:42 AM
RICKIE LAMBERT!!!!
He's on the plane to Brazil.
 
2014-04-05 08:25:20 AM

Sachbash: Ya really hoping ramsey hits the ground running when we finally see him on the field again. Amazing how much of a factor hes been on the team this season. My biggest fear though is simply that Wenger would insta-resign if arsenal finish 5th, and that could goa long way to being avoided with a win this weekend.


Ramsey's been a revelation. I would love to see him on the pitch tomorrow. Arsenal desperately need to get all three points.
 
2014-04-05 08:27:08 AM

SmackLT: Actually, setting today's games aside for the moment, I have a question for everybody while we're waiting for the games to begin: as the Premier League season winds down, what is your biggest fear about your club? Is it falling out of CL contention? Relegation? Is it your coaching situation or your player situation? What makes you gnaw your fingernails down to the bone?


For Swansea, it's injuries. They just got everyone healthy for the first time since the start of the season pretty much.

For Real, it's collapsing after a good mid-season run.That and their penchant for buying players where they don't need them. I'm fine with right-back purchase if Arbeloa's gone, but everywhere else the team's already got enough players.
 
2014-04-05 08:27:37 AM
Right now, while doctors are talking with Jay Rodriguez, I hope someone is whispering in his ear that his team just leveled
 
2014-04-05 08:29:43 AM
After the debacles of Falcao, Jese, Benteke, Walcott and Valdes, I just hope Jay Rodriguez doesn't become another WC casualty.
 
2014-04-05 08:30:50 AM
Wow. Was there really no offsides on that goal?
 
2014-04-05 08:31:25 AM
And there was. Southampton must be pissed.
 
2014-04-05 08:31:29 AM
Damn
 
2014-04-05 08:32:26 AM
That was a huge blown call.
 
2014-04-05 08:32:29 AM

Princip's Sandwich: And there was. Southampton must be pissed.


Looked offside to me. By a mile
 
2014-04-05 08:32:40 AM
Too easy for City.
 
2014-04-05 08:33:15 AM
Looks like that flick from dzeko fooled even the linesman
 
2014-04-05 08:33:47 AM
And now it's 3-1.
 
2014-04-05 08:33:51 AM

ADubs86: RICKIE LAMBERT!!!!
He's on the plane to Brazil.


Lambert will be lucky to be in the team as the press hive mind don't like players from smaller clubs
 
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