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Winter is here.....

Sevilla has the chance to win La Liga for the first time since Generalismo Franco was still just a General.  

Canada has the chance to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since Prime Minister Trudeau was in primary school.

And last...

(so, yeah, fuck those racist and homophobic idiots)

 

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John Fleck returned to action with a substitute appearance against Fulham last night, a month after collapsing against Reading. Glad that Flecky is well enough to carry on his career. 

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Too soon to write off rivals or is title race over?

Only five times before has there been a gap of at least eight points at the top of the Premier League table at the end of a year and on each of those occasions the leader has gone on to win the title.

The team at the top heading into January has also gone on to win the title in eight of the last 12 seasons.

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6 hours ago, The Natural said:

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Too soon to write off rivals or is title race over?

Only five times before has there been a gap of at least eight points at the top of the Premier League table at the end of a year and on each of those occasions the leader has gone on to win the title.

The team at the top heading into January has also gone on to win the title in eight of the last 12 seasons.

Neigh!

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2 hours ago, Raziel said:

United is never going to be good again until this team gets blown up.

All that squandered money. You knew it was going to be tough after Sir Alex Ferguson retired but I didn't expect them to fall so far. 

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8 hours ago, The Natural said:

All that squandered money. You knew it was going to be tough after Sir Alex Ferguson retired but I didn't expect them to fall so far. 

In hindsight I admired the classic Fergie Man U cos they didnt just outright buy success like City and Chelsea. Turning away from the academy pipeline and spunking money has fucked them. I reckon L'Arse will get fourth. 

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On 1/4/2022 at 9:55 PM, Infinit said:

Toronto FC is reportedly in the final stages of signing Italian national striker Lorenzo Insigne. Ballsy move...I like it!

Good coup for Toronto but might hurt his chance of going to the World Cup if Italy get past Macedonia. 

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Fourth Round draw, TBC early February.

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Crystal Palace v Hartlepool United

Bournemouth v Boreham Wood

Huddersfield Town v Barnsley

Peterborough United v Queens Park Rangers

Cambridge United v Luton Town

Southampton v Coventry City

Chelsea v Plymouth Argyle

Everton v Brentford

Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United

Manchester United/Aston Villa v Middlesbrough

Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton and Hove Albion

Liverpool v Cardiff City

Stoke City v Wigan Athletic

Nottingham Forest/Arsenal v Leicester City

Manchester City v Fulham

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich City

 

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Newcastle's moneybags era not quite going to plan, dumped out of the FA Cup by a Cambridge team which probably cost as much as three Snickers and a copy of Top Gear magazine to put together. 

Arsenal 😅

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MLS SUPER~ Draft Results:

1    Charlotte FC   - Ben Bender    MF    Maryland
2    FC Cincinnati   - Roman Celentano    GK    Indiana
3    FC Dallas   - Isaiah Parker    FW    Saint Louis
4    Houston Dynamo   - Thor Ulfarsson    FW    Duke
5    Austin FC   - Kipp Keller    DF    Saint Louis
6    FC Dallas   - Lucas Bartlett    DF    St. John's
7    NY Red Bulls   - Matthew Nocita    DF    Naval Academy
8    San Jose Earthquakes   - Ousseni Bouda    FW    Stanford
9    Inter Miami   - Ryan Sailor    DF    Washington
10    Nashville SC   - Ahmed Longmire    DF    UCLA
11    Chicago Fire FC   - Kendall Burks    DF    Washington
12    Columbus Crew   - Patrick Schulte    GK    Saint Louis
13    San Jose Earthquakes   - Oskar Agren    DF    Clemson
14    FC Cincinnati   - Ian Murphy    DF    Duke
15    CF Montreal   - Jojea Kwizera    FW    Utah Valley
16    Vancouver Whitecaps   - Simon Becher    FW    Saint Louis
17    Minnesota United   - Tani Oluwaseyi    FW    St. John's
18    Orlando City SC   - Jack Lynn    FW    Notre Dame
19    Atlanta United   - Erik Centeno    FW    Pacific
20    NY Red Bulls   - O'Vonte Mullings    FW    FGCU
21    LA Galaxy   - Farai Mutatu    FW    Michigan State
22    Sporting Kansas City   - Esai Easley    DF    Grand Canyon
23    Colorado Rapids   - Mohamed Omar    MF    Notre Dame
24    New England Revolution   - Jacob Jackson    GK    Loyola Marymount
25    Columbus Crew   - Philip Quinton    DF    Notre Dame
26    Colorado Rapids   - Anthony Markanich    DF    Northern Illinois
27    Portland Timbers   - Justin Rasmussen    MF    Grand Canyon
28    FC Dallas   - Tsiki Ntsabeleng    FW    Oregon State

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Incidents like today's are doing nothing to put the AFCON on the level of a euro, a copa america, or even a gold cup.

 

(ref blows the game dead twice before 90 minutes, ignores var, team doesn't come out for the third time after the second full-time whistle)

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