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Post by Bull on Sun Sep 22 2013, 17:07

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Cleverly ?? Are you freaking kidding me!

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Post by Steffan on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:17

mystiroakey wrote:Positive for who?
For me. He is my favourite F1 driver

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Post by Lumbering_Jack on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:18

And in a sport that actually requires fitness, Englishman Wiggins won the tour of England (which included visits to large English counties, Scotland and Wales), with Englishman Cavendish winning the final stage in the English tour.

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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:18

About 3 hours ago
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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:19

Lumbering_Jack wrote:And in a sport that actually requires fitness, Englishman Wiggins won the tour of England (which included visits to large English counties, Scotland and Wales), with Englishman Cavendish winning the final stage in the English tour.
Lmao at not thinking F1 drivers need to be in shape.
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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:19

Fantastic win for Tottenham. There only defeat this season was at Arsenal and they probably deserved a point there in the sense that both sides were just as bad as each other on that day.

Premiership looking good Smile Anyone still going to moan about the lack of quality?

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Post by Steffan on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:20

Lumbering_Jack wrote:And in a sport that actually requires fitness, Englishman Wiggins won the tour of England (which included visits to large English counties, Scotland and Wales), with Englishman Cavendish winning the final stage in the English tour.
Headscratch 

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Post by Steffan on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:21

GSC wrote:Lmao at not thinking F1 drivers need to be in shape
Not the brightest spark is our Lumbering Jack

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Post by LastDamnation on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:39

NickisBHAFC wrote:Fantastic win for Tottenham. There only defeat this season was at Arsenal and they probably deserved a point there in the sense that both sides were just as bad as each other on that day.

Premiership looking good Smile Anyone still going to moan about the lack of quality?
How can you deserve a point if you don't create any chances? :P

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Post by Lumbering_Jack on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:40

When I was a youth I used to drive my car fast all night without getting tired. It can't be that difficult.

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:42

Oh wow picard Doh 
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Post by Hero on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:42

Did you burn between 2-3,000 calories and lose 4 1/2 pounds in weight whilst out cruising?

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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:42

I just rode my bike down the road. Don't feel tired at all
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Post by The Special Juan on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:43

I'm glad I fell asleep!! No complaints, City were 2 levels above Utd from what I saw but the Moyes Project is a long-term thing, not a short-term "throw lots of money at it" project. Kompany backed up my view that he's by far the best CB in the world, Rooney never got a sniff against him.
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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:47

It is a race of extremes. At two hours, Singapore is the longest race on the calendar. The humidity is up about 80%; the air temperatures, even at night, more than 30C.
And there's no respite from the heat. Temperatures in the cockpits of the cars are typically 60C. There is no cool air to refresh the drivers. They are wearing four-layer fireproof suits and helmets, while doing intense physical exertion and being subjected to forces of nearly 5G during braking. Mercifully, the lateral G-forces are relatively low - with a maximum of 'only' 3.3G.
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Post by Lumbering_Jack on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:48

Hero wrote:Did you burn between 2-3,000 calories and lose 4 1/2 pounds in weight whilst out cruising?
I did on my 90 mile bike ride today. More in fact if strava is to be believed. 4000 calories and I lost about half a stone in fluid.


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Post by Lumbering_Jack on Sun Sep 22 2013, 18:49

I hope people realise that my car comment was tongue in cheek. By the responses I suspect not. Cheer up guys.

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Post by mystiroakey on Sun Sep 22 2013, 19:00

There is a massive lack of humour on here today Lumbering!

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Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Sun Sep 22 2013, 19:04

You'll have to delete the posts that quoted me too! Vive la resistance!

On a brighter note, google the Metro's headline about David Cameron and what I will call the "Y" word. Top notch buffoonery

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Post by mystiroakey on Sun Sep 22 2013, 19:08

I take it that is the latest word that isn't allowed to be used in any context!


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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:33

Looks like the Di Canio era will be ending imminently
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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:34

And there it is
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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:35

Who on earth do they appoint now
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Post by Fernando on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:36

Looks like Di Matteo coming in at Blunderland

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Post by GSC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:37

Can't imagine they look at Poyet after PDC

Try and tempt Arry or Mackay I guess, perhaps a younger manager from the lower leagues
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Post by The Special Juan on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:37

He was obviously useless. Probably the best decision Sunderland will make this season.
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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:39

Yeah it's annoying that one guaranteed relegated team now isn't. Not a terrible squad for the new manager to inherit
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Post by Fernando on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:42

Yes Di Matteo shall make it much better, Going to play Ipswich again next year Olly Wink And it's not because their coming up.

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Post by Nakatomi Plaza on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:42

Pulis might come into consideration. He wasn't available when Di Canio got the job, and has a good record of avoiding relegation, and will get Sunderland organised at least.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:43


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Post by Ent on Sun Sep 22 2013, 21:46

The less said about today's result the better, apparently we were awful.

Moyes just doesn't have a clue, 442 away from home with Valencia and young and fellani in his second game.

Complete and utter madness

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Post by westisbest on Sun Sep 22 2013, 22:45

Ha, we have Man City home next.

What chance of the upset. Whistle 

Here's hoping.Fingers Crossed

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 22:46

Hmmm they did lose to Cardiff West!

I recon Villa can cause an upset, obviously would help if you had Benteke!

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Post by westisbest on Sun Sep 22 2013, 22:48

Hope our other big men can do the buisness

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Post by Ent on Sun Sep 22 2013, 22:50

Wouldn't be surprised - they aren't that good - united are just abysmal and abysmally managed by a man out of his depth.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 22:59

I don't think you can have ago at the ref for the decision not to give handball against Lloris. It was very very tight and an extremely hard decision, i recon he gives him the benefit of a doubt and rightfully so. 

Very harsh to disallowed the goal of Ben Turner though, wins the header and i don't think the contact on Lloris was enough to warrant a foul.

David Marshall has made some superb saves, top keeper i always rated him in the Championship. 

Paulhinooooooo tidy little finish at the end was probably deserved for Tottenham.

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Post by Ent on Sun Sep 22 2013, 23:27

Seriously united are so so bad we made a team that lost to Cardiff and Drew with Stoke look like the second coming.

I'm expecting and accept to finish outside the pl spaces this season - at least that will get rid of moyes come may.

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Post by Ent on Sun Sep 22 2013, 23:28

Cl places not pl.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 23:31

Swansea just simply looking a class above palace. Great goal from Michu.

Dean Moxey with a very stupid and needless foul prompting a foolish reaction from Rangel. 

Simple 3 points for Swansea.

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Post by Ent on Sun Sep 22 2013, 23:34

Palace will be disappointed considering Swansea had a game midweek in Europe - poor showing from them.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun Sep 22 2013, 23:38

Palace are a waste of a Premiership place.

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Post by Ent on Mon Sep 23 2013, 00:51

Won it fair and square, lot of poor pl teams this year.

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Post by mystiroakey on Mon Sep 23 2013, 07:16

NickisBHAFC wrote:Palace are a waste of a Premiership place.
Your posts are a waste of internet space

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Post by kingraf on Mon Sep 23 2013, 08:59

Missed most of the weekends action, but Ozil looks a class apart at the moment (from highlights, which obviously, highlight his strengths). His workrate has always been an issue, which is Mourinhos apparent issue with Mata, but when you can create magic with two touches, allowances have to be made...

As an aside, Im glad he answered the "but can he survive a cold Sunday against Stoke" question which seems to be the barometer for all foreign acquisitions. Flamini was man of the match as well, so happy about that, he never should have left the Gunners, but he too has answered questions about him
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Post by TopHat24/7 on Mon Sep 23 2013, 09:30

The Special Juan wrote:I'm glad I fell asleep!!  No complaints, City were 2 levels above Utd from what I saw but the Moyes Project is a long-term thing, not a short-term "throw lots of money at it" project.  Kompany backed up my view that he's by far the best CB in the world, Rooney never got a sniff against him.
2 years ago City gave a Fergie-United an even bigger thumping and yet could only scrape to a goal difference finish ahead of United with the last kick of the season come May.

This game doesn't have to mean much. From what I've seen it's mainly just Arsenal fans getting over-excited because they're top of the league (having played only 1 decent side which they scraped a win against) and look like contending for something for the first time in almost a decade.

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Post by Good Golly I'm Olly on Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:21

kingraf wrote:Missed most of the weekends action, but Ozil looks a class apart at the moment (from highlights, which obviously, highlight his strengths). His workrate has always been an issue, which is Mourinhos apparent issue with Mata, but when you can create magic with two touches, allowances have to be made...

As an aside, Im glad he answered the "but can he survive a cold Sunday against Stoke" question which seems to be the barometer for all foreign acquisitions. Flamini was man of the match as well, so happy about that, he never should have left the Gunners, but he too has answered questions about him
Wasn't even cold yesterday Kingraf!!! Wink 
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Post by GSC on Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:21

6-1 was a bit of a freak result with 3 coming in the last 5 minutes

For my money this was worse. Total annihilation.
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Post by Stella on Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:26

TopHat24/7 wrote:
The Special Juan wrote:I'm glad I fell asleep!!  No complaints, City were 2 levels above Utd from what I saw but the Moyes Project is a long-term thing, not a short-term "throw lots of money at it" project.  Kompany backed up my view that he's by far the best CB in the world, Rooney never got a sniff against him.
2 years ago City gave a Fergie-United an even bigger thumping and yet could only scrape to a goal difference finish ahead of United with the last kick of the season come May.

This game doesn't have to mean much.  From what I've seen it's mainly just Arsenal fans getting over-excited because they're top of the league (having played only 1 decent side which they scraped a win against) and look like contending for something for the first time in almost a decade.
The 6-1 game flattered City but yesterday's game was more comprehensive. Utd will do well to finish fourth, imo.
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Post by goldwolf on Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:29

The thing is when UTD lost under SAF they would always win the next 5 or more in a row to recover, I doubt they have that ability now, but we'll see. They look disorganized, Felleni was lost, complete passenger, highly overrated for me.

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Post by GSC on Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:31

Yaya took Fellaini to the cleaners, Carrick had one of his anonymous games. Rooney was the only United player to play well
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Post by goldwolf on Mon Sep 23 2013, 10:37

Thought Rooney was in Kompany's pocket, not often you see him out muscled

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