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    Premier League 2015/16 Discussion Thread

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    Klopp/ Liverpool deal could be finalised later this Thursday

    http://www.skysports.com/football/ne...opp-as-manager


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    Premier League 2015/16 Discussion Thread

    Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp agrees three-year deal as manager


    http://m.bbc.com/sport/football/34469429


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    Man City hurt (literally) by the international break. Silva out today. Kun Aguero thinks he'll be out a month. A not-yet-fully-healed Vincent Kompany due to start for Belgium.


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    The 'Normal One' tonight :-)

    19:45 Tottenham v Liverpool


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    A good 3-0 win for Man Utd away to Everton, with Rooney breaking his away goal drought.

    I watched about 10mins of the Chelsea 2-0 match against Villa, and that was just awful football.

    Another goal fest for Man City, but how much will they miss Aguero in the next month or so?

    As for Klopp's Liverpool, all energy but hardly any quality.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus:

    Another goal fest for Man City, but how much will they miss Aguero in the next month or so?

    As for Klopp's Liverpool, all energy but hardly any quality.
    About time Bony finds the back of the net. Need him and Sterling to be productive with Agruero and Silva on the shelf. DeBruyne has been worth every penny.

    Manchester Derby next week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus:
    A good 3-0 win for Man Utd away to Everton, with Rooney breaking his away goal drought.

    I watched about 10mins of the Chelsea 2-0 match against Villa, and that was just awful football.

    Another goal fest for Man City, but how much will they miss Aguero in the next month or so?

    As for Klopp's Liverpool, all energy but hardly any quality.
    Think Klopp's Liverpool did a got job at White Hart Lane with a decent result and decent game. Not an easy turf for away teams as you all know. Pretty excited about him ( Klopp ) and actually the main reason why I'm following Liverpool at the moment and even skipped a few minutes of the Bremen - Bayern game! Let's wait and see it's just one game.

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    Chelsea is a dumpster fire.
    Arsenal had a nice week.
    Huge Manchester Derby with Top-of-the-Table implications in about 13 hours.
    Great stretch for footy fanatics with round 3 of CL action earlier this week.


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