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Football 19/20. A season in which 20 Wrexham youths went to a right wing rally and twatted all the coked up right wing fat fucks in Manchester. UP THE SHAGGING TOWN


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I can see Kane going abroad if he leaves Spurs. 

But its quite a depressing thought that none of the "top 4-5" will fall off their perch unless something catastrophic happens. It used to be the case that clubs had their phases before falling off and things happened in cycles.

Leicester was a complete fluke. But if you look at the financial gap, its quite feasible that the current top 4 will remain where they are and its impossible to break into it.

Look at Man Utd, didn't qualify for the Champions League for years yet their mainly foreign commercial income means they were still raking it in regardless and able to throw the cash around like its nothing, with or without that Champions League money. (Why couldn't they just fuck off?!)  Whereas Spurs haven't got a pot to piss in now due to missing out. 

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Some great googling there, hoss. Sorry to upset you that personal circumstances meant I never went to two particular away games 15/16 years ago.   I saw us get beat 2-0 away to Tranmere

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Haven’t United still got a massive debt? I thought they were like £400m in debt only that the club makes so much money they can still afford to service the debt whilst spending like Brewster.

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21 minutes ago, Mr_Danger said:

Haven’t United still got a massive debt? I thought they were like £400m in debt only that the club makes so much money they can still afford to service the debt whilst spending like Brewster.

Thought it was all paid off and the Glazers are just extracting money as and when because Utd are a mega cash cow

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Well, the EFL's independent tribunal has upheld Wigan's punishment, meaning they will be in League 1 next year and Barnsley stay in the Championship.

As shit as it must feel for the Wigan fans, I honestly believe starting out with a clean slate, and the players on half wages(as per their contracts), they have a much better chance of coming out the other side. When you are committed to spending 168% of their turnover on player wages alone, it's going to take either a very committed or very rich person to still want to buy them out..

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Serves him right for naming his sports stores and gyms after himself, the egotist. The fucking Tory wanted a minute's silence at all football matches after Thatcher died. Thoughts on that @Frankie Crisp?

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44 minutes ago, Callum1993 said:

He’d be in a right fluffery buffery with that. 

Yeah, he'd just make them feel his ferocious heat. 

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Well done to Joey Bryan for taking Fulham up, but I'd rather have had new blood in the Prem and a guaranteed away win at the Cottage next year.

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That free kick was intended right? If so, it's a brilliant bit of thought from him to see the keepers position and go for it. 

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1 minute ago, Shy Dad said:

That free kick was intended right? If so, it's a brilliant bit of thought from him to see the keepers position and go for it. 

It was a brilliant free kick. But I still have to question A) Why didn't Mitrovic get a red for that chokeslam, and B) Why dead-ball fouls don't award free-kicks the other way.

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