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Chelsea up 2-1
Arsenal have had a lot of chances to even this game up. Giroud had a great chance to tie it, but couldn't do it.
Good game. Now looking forward to the United/Tottenham game at 12:30. Glory, Glory!
Giroud is a freaking bum. I'm sick of Arsenal's cheap board and there pathetic U.S. Owner Stan Kroenke who doesn't give a damn about the club and only cares about $. Not going to win the EPL w/o a striker.
A friend of mine tweeted this to me--- >SPORTS REPORT: Chelsea - Premiership leaders, League Cup contenders, FA cup holders, Champions League champs. To many flukes to be a fluke!
I'll post a full recap of the day's action later, including my thoughts on Chelsea-Arsenal. For now, I'm going to enjoy watching Man City lose to Fulham.
Tottenham 2, ManU 0 at halftime
If you can, chek out the being Liverpool show. It's like hard knocks. Not a Liverpool fan but it is awesome to see the behind the scenes stuff from a major English soccer club. It airs on fox soccer Sunday nights, but re-airs on fox sports south from time to time. Sorry if this info has already been posted.
I'll hang up and listen.
Its 3 episodes into a 6 episode run. So far it has covered pre season, first Europa game, and game 1 of the season. I would hope it's rosy then. They did completely ignore suarez's antics during his segment though. would have loved somw "ocho cinco press conference".....i like Brendan Rogers and he cracks me up with his hand gestures. Very animated when he speaks. "Stephan Gerrard is class personified" Brendan Rogers. I loved that line and as much as I try to not like him, he is just a brilliant soccer player.
Watching Newcastle vs Man U this morning. Man U scored on 2 corner kicks and is up 2-0. Just started 2nd half.
Every weekend shows me just how good the Premier League is at this point. You have your regulars like Chelsea, both Manchester's, Arsenal, and Tottenham who are playing well and then you have Everton, West Brom, West Ham, Swansea, and Newcastle who can beat anybody on any given weekend. Throw in teams like Stoke and Sunderland who aren't great, but can give teams trouble and this is makes for a very tough league.
The biggest disappointment in the whole league outside of Liverpool is QPR IMO. They have a lot of talent on their team, but can't beat anybody. I thought they added some nice pieces in the transfer window, plus they got rid of Barton, but they still suck. If Mark Hughes isn't on the chopping block then nobody is. Seems to me that QPR could throw some money at Redknapp since he is out of a job and get the team turned around. As bad as they've been, they string together a couple of wins and they're out of the relegation zone.
Not Premier League, but arguably the 2 best players on the planet lived up to the hype...
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo bagged two goals apiece as Barcelona and Real Madrid battled out an entertaining draw in the first Clasico of the Primera Division season.
Pardew calling for a probe on RVP
Follow minute-by-minute live commentary of Newcastle United v Manchester United
Watauga do you play FIFA?
Nope. Don't play any games actually.
Spewed a little coffee. Well played sir, well played+1
RVP w/ 2 goals today in 15 minutes. My hatred of the Arsenal board grows with every goal
Glad to see this thread bumped. I've been so busy at work the last couple of weeks, I've not had a chance to follow the EPL much. Anything major happened?
This post was edited by wataugavol 18 months ago
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