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Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #165 on: November 18, 2017, 11:01:03 AM »

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We may not finish in the top four, we may not amount to anything this year.

But at least, for now, I can say...

NORTH LONDON IS RED

Of course, he did not see any decisions go their way!  Classic Wenger... ::)

We got scored on an offside call that was much more blatant than the Mustafi one. I say we just got even.

And I think Wenger agrees.
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Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #166 on: November 18, 2017, 12:18:28 PM »

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We may not finish in the top four, we may not amount to anything this year.

But at least, for now, I can say...

NORTH LONDON IS RED

Of course, he did not see any decisions go their way!  Classic Wenger... ::)

We got scored on an offside call that was much more blatant than the Mustafi one. I say we just got even.

And I think Wenger agrees.

Wenger's continuing castigation of Sterling is beyond ridiculous.  I think AW is a disgrace to the EPL.

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #167 on: November 19, 2017, 12:45:55 AM »

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Just got back in time at night for the City game, and man they look great, especially DeBruyne who's living up to that 70 million. I had to sleep for the United game though, anyone who watched that game can tell me did they play well as a whole or was it just us parking the bus again?

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #168 on: November 26, 2017, 01:40:40 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.
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Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #169 on: November 26, 2017, 02:37:49 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Newcastle. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday! 

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #170 on: November 26, 2017, 10:51:43 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.
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Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #171 on: November 27, 2017, 03:51:02 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second). 
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Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #172 on: November 27, 2017, 03:58:24 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #173 on: November 28, 2017, 02:44:47 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe. 

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #174 on: November 28, 2017, 08:57:00 PM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe.
Lol that was pretty ****ed. Should've at least gotten a yellow card.

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #175 on: November 28, 2017, 09:00:26 PM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe.
Lol that was pretty ****ed. Should've at least gotten a yellow card.

What happens when the next player kicks an opponent?  In theory, the FA would have a very difficult time justifying any penalty against said offender. 

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #176 on: November 29, 2017, 12:18:21 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe.
Lol that was pretty ****ed. Should've at least gotten a yellow card.

What happens when the next player kicks an opponent?  In theory, the FA would have a very difficult time justifying any penalty against said offender.
Probably unless it causes the opposing player significant pain/injury or was blatantly intentional like what Ibra did.

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #177 on: November 29, 2017, 05:42:36 PM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe.
Lol that was pretty ****ed. Should've at least gotten a yellow card.

What happens when the next player kicks an opponent?  In theory, the FA would have a very difficult time justifying any penalty against said offender.
Probably unless it causes the opposing player significant pain/injury or was blatantly intentional like what Ibra did.

Then again, it's the English F.A., so anything is possible!  ;D

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #178 on: December 01, 2017, 02:22:54 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe.
Lol that was pretty ****ed. Should've at least gotten a yellow card.

What happens when the next player kicks an opponent?  In theory, the FA would have a very difficult time justifying any penalty against said offender.
Probably unless it causes the opposing player significant pain/injury or was blatantly intentional like what Ibra did.

Then again, it's the English F.A., so anything is possible!  ;D
at least it wouldn't happen to any other of the big 6! :laugh: Huge wins for Arsenal and City btw, the derbies against both teams for United will be important next week.

Re: 2017-18 EPL Season
« Reply #179 on: December 02, 2017, 06:46:06 AM »

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Arsenal has a shot at the top 4 with draws from Tottenham and Chelsea last night. Meanwhile United got their 3 points with a gritty win over Brighton. Hope Rashford acclimates to the RW position quickly, he's a bit hestitant and it's hurting the offense. Also Martial needs to be more aggressive, he has the ability but is just too passive.

Ummm...wondering if you really viewed MU's match today, which was a 1-0 win against.....BRIGHTON HOVE & ALBION.  ;)  You lads have Arsenal next Saturday!
Yeah I did watch the match, that's why I said it was gritty, it was certainly not a really convincing win. Anyways rejoice Yoki, ARSENAL IS FOURTH!!!
Edit: oh LOL sorry I mistyped the team, I was busy at the time. I'll enjoy watching how Arsenal copes with us playing Fellaini and Ibra at the CAM position.

Mistype?  More like "mistook."  :)  I fully expect United to steamroller Arsenal, and I think you would enjoy that immensely!  However, it now appears that Lukaku may miss both the Arsenal and City matches due to a three-match ban for his kicking Gaetan Bong (missed with the first kick, connected with the second).
Well we'd just play MVP Fellaini at ST! 8) Anyways I think Rashford would hold the fort against Watford before the two derbies and Ibra may play against Arsenal and Man City.

FA gives Lukaku a pass for the backheel kick to the groin...!  Say it ain't so, Joe.
Lol that was pretty ****ed. Should've at least gotten a yellow card.

What happens when the next player kicks an opponent?  In theory, the FA would have a very difficult time justifying any penalty against said offender.
Probably unless it causes the opposing player significant pain/injury or was blatantly intentional like what Ibra did.

Then again, it's the English F.A., so anything is possible!  ;D
at least it wouldn't happen to any other of the big 6! :laugh: Huge wins for Arsenal and City btw, the derbies against both teams for United will be important next week.

Match against Arsenal in a few hours isn't a "derby" of course.  However, for the first time EVER, I will be supporting United in a match against Arsenal.  The disgusting behavior of Wenger has pushed me past my breaking point - I wish nothing but the worst for that horrible withered-up prune of a man.