2016-17 English Premier League Discussion Thread

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Post#1901 » by el13adnino » Sun May 21, 2017 3:13 pm

they win today but lose the season ... can't wait for arsenal fan tv
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Post#1902 » by Baphomet » Sun May 21, 2017 3:19 pm

Hold that thought, Lukaku nets a pen.
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Post#1903 » by el13adnino » Sun May 21, 2017 3:43 pm

now i hope man u lose to ajax
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Post#1904 » by Baphomet » Sun May 21, 2017 3:45 pm

7-1, Kane hat-trick, Alli, Toby, Wanyama and Davies all netting. What an absolute battering.

But it is Hull.
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Post#1905 » by BUCKnation » Sun May 21, 2017 4:14 pm

Spurs were fine with a 3-0 win and then Hull scored...
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Post#1906 » by Next Coming » Sun May 21, 2017 5:28 pm

Baphomet wrote:Mine would be the same as Next Coming's, just replace Fulham with Spurs and Stoke with West Brom.

I mean really, lads. Really.


I didn't mean to kick out Spurs. Bad mistake.
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Post#1907 » by HIF » Sun May 21, 2017 5:28 pm

abominable first half from Leicester. Great second half. Sort of sums up our season.

Perfectly good second goal ruled offside wrongly which is the difference between 9th and 14th.

Wish the new season was about to start.
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Post#1908 » by Baphomet » Sun May 21, 2017 5:33 pm

Next Coming wrote:
Baphomet wrote:Mine would be the same as Next Coming's, just replace Fulham with Spurs and Stoke with West Brom.

I mean really, lads. Really.


I didn't mean to kick out Spurs. Bad mistake.


Congrats on the CL place, well deserved imo. Any idea who you can draw in the CL playoff?
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Post#1909 » by Next Coming » Tue May 23, 2017 1:13 pm

Baphomet wrote:
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Baphomet wrote:Mine would be the same as Next Coming's, just replace Fulham with Spurs and Stoke with West Brom.

I mean really, lads. Really.


I didn't mean to kick out Spurs. Bad mistake.


Congrats on the CL place, well deserved imo. Any idea who you can draw in the CL playoff?


Let's hope we can keep United and Arsenal out for a long time pal.

We're seeded now so luckily we've avoided the Dortmunds, Sevillas of the world. I'm hoping for Young Boys. No Saville.
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Post#1910 » by Baphomet » Tue May 23, 2017 1:25 pm

Next Coming wrote:Let's hope we can keep United and Arsenal out for a long time pal.

We're seeded now so luckily we've avoided the Dortmunds, Sevillas of the world. I'm hoping for Young Boys. No Saville.


Hopefully. It would be nice if Spurs & Liverpool don't drop a bollock in the group stages this time, assuming Liverpool make it (I'm certain you will).
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Post#1911 » by Next Coming » Tue May 23, 2017 6:14 pm

Baphomet wrote:
Next Coming wrote:Let's hope we can keep United and Arsenal out for a long time pal.

We're seeded now so luckily we've avoided the Dortmunds, Sevillas of the world. I'm hoping for Young Boys. No Saville.


Hopefully. It would be nice if Spurs & Liverpool don't drop a bollock in the group stages this time, assuming Liverpool make it (I'm certain you will).


Stop reminding me of Brendan Rodgers please.
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Post#1912 » by Baphomet » Tue May 23, 2017 7:08 pm

Big Sam quits Palace.

Possibly quitting football for good.
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Post#1913 » by HIF » Wed May 24, 2017 9:12 am

Ranieri to Palace?
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Post#1914 » by treiz » Mon May 29, 2017 5:58 pm

Huddersfield won the playoffs and I'm kinda glad they did. Definitely did not want another season of Reading.
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Post#1915 » by Spens1 » Tue May 30, 2017 6:27 am

treiz wrote:Huddersfield won the playoffs and I'm kinda glad they did. Definitely did not want another season of Reading.


Agreed, all Reading would have done is locked up one relegation spot.

At least with Huddesfield up, all 3 promoted clubs have a chance of survival (well Newcastle should stay up safely).
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Post#1916 » by The_Brecht » Tue May 30, 2017 1:40 pm

Reports of Arsene getting a new 2 year contract.
I'm not against that tbh.
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Post#1917 » by and1GS » Tue May 30, 2017 5:52 pm

Any of you lot want a Sissoko for about 20m?
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Post#1918 » by and1GS » Tue May 30, 2017 5:54 pm

Spens1 wrote:
treiz wrote:Huddersfield won the playoffs and I'm kinda glad they did. Definitely did not want another season of Reading.


Agreed, all Reading would have done is locked up one relegation spot.

At least with Huddesfield up, all 3 promoted clubs have a chance of survival (well Newcastle should stay up safely).


Curious to see how Gayle does now that he's back in the top flight. I really liked him with Palace, but was definitely more of a bench option. Now he's damn near a talisman for Newcastle, who I think can immediately be better than Palace if the latter can't convince Sakho to stay.
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Re: 2016-17 English Premier League Discussion Thread 

Post#1919 » by Spens1 » Wed May 31, 2017 12:10 am

and1GS wrote:
Spens1 wrote:
treiz wrote:Huddersfield won the playoffs and I'm kinda glad they did. Definitely did not want another season of Reading.


Agreed, all Reading would have done is locked up one relegation spot.

At least with Huddesfield up, all 3 promoted clubs have a chance of survival (well Newcastle should stay up safely).


Curious to see how Gayle does now that he's back in the top flight. I really liked him with Palace, but was definitely more of a bench option. Now he's damn near a talisman for Newcastle, who I think can immediately be better than Palace if the latter can't convince Sakho to stay.


Newcastle are going to spend a ton of money. So i'd imagine they may even sell him if they can capitalise on his value and/or they'll just buy another striker to pair up with him.

I don't think Gayle will be nearly as prolific, but even if he scores 10-12 goals this season, i'd say he's done a good job.
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Re: 2016-17 English Premier League Discussion Thread 

Post#1920 » by Spens1 » Wed May 31, 2017 12:49 pm

Wenger gets a 2 year contract.

I'm sorry but how, yes i know he won the F.A cup, but that doesn't mean a lot when you're going to be playing on thursday's. Its a club going backwards fast, with the toxicity around the emirates at the moment, i can't see them finishing top 4 either (also because Wenger never spends big money, probably another reason he got a contract).

Kroenke is a useless owner, every team he touches turns mediocre (St Louis/L.A Rams, Denver Nuggets etc).

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