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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007
    FA Cup - 3rd Round

    Wolves v Liverpool 2:1

    I think Kloppo's gamble ( with a B-Team last night ) didn't pay off. 2nd defeat in a row - momentum shifting ? Away PL game at the American Express Stadium in Brighton coming Saturday. 3 points imperative!
    In theory, it could work to their advantage as they aim for the Premiership with one less tournament on the dance card. In practice, momentum and confidence, though hard to quantify, are very real things.

    Oh, and the Wolves are legit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    In theory, it could work to their advantage as they aim for the Premiership with one less tournament on the dance card. In practice, momentum and confidence, though hard to quantify, are very real things.

    Oh, and the Wolves are legit.
    I love Pep's approach. Always full throttle and a sweeping 7:0 last weekend. Same same during his Bayern time - no matter playing against top Bundesliga sides or against 6th tier clubs ( e.g. DFB Pokal ) But yeah full credit to Wolverhampton. Great win
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007
    Thembi Kgatlana was chosen as the best female player in Africa
    https://www.iol.co.za/sport/soccer/a...-year-18745188
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    Thanks for sharing @East_coast and congrats to Thembi Kgatlana

    African Footballer of the Year ( since 2003 )

    2003- 2005 Samuel Eto'o (Cameroon)
    2006 Didier Drogba (Côte d'Ivoire)
    2007 Frédéric Kanouté (Mali)
    2008 Emmanuel Adebayor (Togo)
    2009 Didier Drogba (Côte d'Ivoire)
    2010 Samuel Eto'o (Cameroon)
    2011- 2014 Yaya Touré (Côte d'Ivoire)
    2015 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon)
    2016 Riyad Mahrez ( Algeria)
    2017, 2018 Mohamed Salah (Egypt)



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    Finally - Matchday 22

    Saturday (HKT)
    West Ham v Arsenal - 8:30pm
    Brighton v Liverpool - all 11:00pm
    Burnley v Fulham
    Cardiff v Huddersfield
    Palace v Watford
    Leicester v Southampton

    Sunday
    Chelsea v Newcastle - 01:30am
    Everton v Bournemouth - 10:15pm

    Monday
    Tottenham v ManUnited - 00:30am

    Tuesday
    ManCity v Wolverhampton- 04:00am

    [All games live on NowTV 620-626, LeTV]

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    Fulltime
    West Ham 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007
    Fulltime
    West Ham 1
    Arsenal 0
    Same score at FT. Looks like that strong Arsenal start was a mirage.

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    West Ham v Arsenal 1:0
    Brighton v Liverpool 0:1
    Burnley v Fulham 2:1
    Cardiff v Huddersfield 0:0
    Palace v Watford 1:2
    Leicester v Southampton 1:2
    Chelsea v Newcastle ​2:1

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    Match of the Day

    Tottenham v ManUnited
    Date: 14 January - 00:30am (HKT)
    Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
    Referee: Michael Dean
    HK Live: NowTV 620,621 LeTV


    First big test for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
    (My prediction 3:1 Tottenham)

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