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27 days ago

Tumultuous times at Man Utd - the seemingly immortal Ferguson has finally stepped aside, leaving the long-awaited heir apparently David Moyes to take the reins.

There are questions being asked on all sides - will Man Utd's apparent invincibility and ability to pull a game back from nowhere fade along with the old tyrant or is no man bigger than the club? Will Moyes ever emerge from his predecessor's shadow? And what of Rooney's future?

Man Utd are certainly in the running for the Premier League title, even if the road ahead is rockier than they are used to. I predict a huge panic and a lot of vitriol towards Moyes (particularly from younger fans) after their trademark slow start, before the usual recovery in January and cooler heads to prevail with a finish in the top two.

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27 days ago

Southampton are a very promising side with some reasonably young talent playing excellent football at a very high standard. There have been question marks about their defence, but the likes of Shaw, Yoshida, Schneiderlin and Clyne coming of age and the signing of Lovren should help put paid to that.
I hope they can progress on a frankly fantastic debut season as they are a very entertaining side whose style of football puts experienced Premier League teams such as Villa and Stoke (arguably West Ham) to shame.

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27 days ago

Sanctimonious dimwits who think jumping on a non-existent footballing high horse is vindication for their team going very slowly but consistently backwards for an entire decade. They have now unquestionably been surpassed by Chelsea and Man City; looking at some of Tottenham's recent acquisitions suggests that the slide might not be over for Arsenal...

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82 days ago

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446 days ago

Yeah, I know that this is supposed to be about a bunch of wahoos who like to run around in the dirt kicking a little ball around, but there are more important things to focus on right now, such as after two years of bullsh*t, Spain is finally admitting they need a bailout.
The Spanish TARP is around 10% of their GDP, which means close to $650 billion. I can't wait to see whose ass they are planning on pulling the money out of. "S" down; four "PIIG"s to go.

This little PIIGy went to the European Market.
This little PIIGy stayed home.
This little PIIGy had roast beef.
This little PIIGy had none.
And this little PIGGy went "wee wee wee" all the way to the German Banks...

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503 days ago

Great great striker, I remember the times he used to play for Liverpool and he was the king there. Therefor, he couldn't prove his quality when he moved to Chelsea in the beginning, but he started to show good signs after the goal at Manchester United which Chelsea lost 3-2 that night. The miss that caused him to lose to confidence made him struggle for goals for many months. But he started to shine once again when Chelsea won 5-2 against Leicester for the FA cup. He scored two goals, and managed two assists. The goal against Aston Villa was also first class.
I really believe he is going to his best, and he will do far better in Chelsea in the next season. In overall great striker, definitely deserves the Chelsea's number 9 shirt.
El Nino forever!

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636 days ago

Hez the best player..ever!!!!he plays at international level and hs shown real spirit...not like ronaldo nd messi who are zero at international stage

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681 days ago

An amazing top class striker!

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681 days ago

A world class striker who currently plays for Manchester United.

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769 days ago

Right-wing Christian nut-job kills over 80 in youth camp:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43857267/ns/world_news-europe/

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