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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    Mou is the Wicked Witch of the West. Pep is Glenda, the beautiful witch.

    Seriously, Mou knows he's in a bad position. His shelf-life is three years. His Scrooge-act usually peaks in year two and after that, he's simply petty and grating and the players tune out. This is his second year at Old Trafford. He shows far more offensive prowess in throwing out excuses that he does in his game management.

    That said MU are where they're suppose to be/a bit over-performing given their talent.
    Manchester United brawl with Man City shows Jose Mourinho in his true light - Stuart Brennan - Manchester Evening News
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    Matchday 17
    (HK timezone)

    Wednesday 13 Dec
    Burnley v Stoke City (03:45am)
    Huddersfield v Chelsea (04:00am)
    Palace v Watford

    Thursday 14 Dec
    Swansea v ManCity (03:45am)
    Newcastle v Everton
    Southampton v Leicester
    West Ham v Arsenal (04:00am)
    ManUnited v Bournemouth
    Liverpool v West Brom
    Tottenham v Brighton

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    Huddersfield score in the 92nd minute to improve the cosmetics of what was a 3-1 drubbing by Chelsea. FT

    Palace also score in the 92nd minute. This time however it's a game-changing, table-altering winning goal to make it 2-1 against visiting Watford. They leapfrog Swansea, WHU and WBA for the moment and have a good chance to keep those gains given that Swansea plays City and WHU play Arsenal tomorrow and WBA plays Liverpool.

    Burnley's single goal is enough to earn three points against Stoke.

    Last edited by huja; 13-12-2017 at 06:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:

    Palace also score in the 92nd minute. This time however it's a game-changing, table-altering winning goal to make it 2-1 against visiting Watford. They leapfrog Swansea, WHU and WBA for the moment and have a good chance to keep those gains given that Swansea plays City and WHU play Arsenal tomorrow and WBA plays Liverpool.

    What I didn't see (because I was watching Chelsea match) was that Palace scored the tying goal in the 88th minute not long after Watford went a man down!! What a season-lifting few minutes for CP!
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    Swansea 0-4 Man City. Believe it or not, Swansea GK Fabianski was OUTSTANDING. Could have easily given up 8 goals. This was a training session for City. Everyone playing well. Ederson made two strong saves for City and Otamendi made a couple of good plays when there was danger . . . but that's it. City owned 78% of possession. Put 10 shots on goal out of 23 (TWENTY-THREE) taken.

    City earned their 49th point in their 17th match!

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    MU 1-0 Bournemouth. FT. United turtled up after a Lukaku goal and that was (just) enough.
    SOU 1-4 Leicester.
    NU 0-1 Everton.
    WHU 0-0 Arsenal. WHU with their third straight strong performance against top of the table squads.
    TOT 2-0 Brighton.
    LIV 0-0 West Brom.

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    Liverpool


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    Someone has just been summoned to the headmaster's office . . .

    FA wants Man United's Jose Mourinho to explain pre-derby comments


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    Matchday 18

    Saturday (HKT)
    Leicester v Palace (8:30pm)
    Arsenal v Newcastle (11:00pm)
    Brighton v Burnley
    Chelsea v Southampton
    Stoke v West Ham
    Watford v Huddersfield
    Sunday
    ManCity v Tottenham (01:30am)
    West Brom v ManUnited (10:15pm)
    Monday
    Bournemouth v Liverpool (00:30am)
    Tuesday
    Everton v Swansea (04:00am)

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