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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    FT. No more goals scored and Liverpool take a full three points from Chelsea.
    Thanks huja. Liverpool‘s next 3 matches. Hull ( H ) Swansea ( A ) and ManUnited at Anfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    Thanks huja. Liverpool‘s next 3 matches. Hull ( H ) Swansea ( A ) and ManUnited at Anfield.
    That looks like seven points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    That looks like seven points.
    If 9 then they might challagne City. Btw I'm rating Klopp higher than Mou. Togther with Pep the best in the EPL IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    If 9 then they might challagne City. Btw I'm rating Klopp higher than Mou. Togther with Pep the best in the EPL IMHO
    I think Mou's head games have worn thin and there are superior tactical managers out there. MU's also the worst job out there given the specter of Fergie and the often unrealistic expectation of fans, pundits and MU management.

    City will certainly fall back to the pack some. Pep's system is extremely demanding physically and the City roster is full of key guys who can't make it through the season without knocks (i.e. David Silva, Vincent Kompany, Sergio Aguero, etc). Right now, Kevin DeBruyne looks like the straw that is stirring the drink and if he misses time, it'll be a different, inferior team. Last season City's worst stretch was when KDB was sidelined. That said, Pep has the team playing stunningly beautiful football for long stretches. It's been fun to watch.
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    Late tuning into Man City Bournemouth. MC 2-0 Bourn. 24"


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    Some Man City supporters have dubbed DeBruyne, "Ginger Messi." lol


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    Second half underway and City score three minutes in. It looks like City just running drills in practice.

    Man City 3-0 Bournemouth. 47"


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    Ilkay Guendogan scores his first goal for City.

    MC 4-0 Bournemouth. 66"

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    If MU go winless in a third straight game, wonder who Jose will blame. (Hint: United's head trainer better have eyes on the back of his head)
    Only the fifth PL match of the season, but this road game at Watford for MU is almost a must-win. Their upcoming schedule has Leicester (home), Liverpool and Chelsea (away) in three of the next four matches. Their Premier season could be down the toilet before October is over if they don't navigate this stretch well.

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    A goal festival last night in every game.


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