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I know, it was foolish of me to disappear for two weeks during the football season. But I've paid the price.

It has been an extraordinary few days, with some enormous stories breaking and some belting matches to get stuck into. The Premier League, never the shy retiring type, has fairly exploded into life.

Not forgetting that two of the biggest names ever to be involved in the sport, David Beckham and Diego Maradona, have also been in the news too.

Tonight, we've got an almost unprecedented nine Premier League games simultaneously. It will be action-packed, nail-biting, riveting stuff. It's the kind of night we live for, the kind of night when the world's football fans cast an envious eye on the English game.

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Your comments help make it so special. Have a cracking night, whoever you support.

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posted Oct 29, 2008

I can't understand what you are saying, le_gunner.

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posted Oct 29, 2008

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Jayamz86

Hahahaha...if only. Sure, they won the most in 2007/08 but if you check the history of the clubs you'd come to a startling conclusion. Although you'd probably not admit it.

Anyway, but for the conviently placed banana skins on the pitch at the Luzhniki Stadium, Chelsea would have been the most successful. Luck plays a massive part in football.


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Speaking of Luzhniki, I thought Abramovic and Chelsea bought the referee that evening giving all the decisions to Chelsea!

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posted Oct 29, 2008

Right, so why didn't he make Terry retake the penalty?

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posted Oct 29, 2008

"TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY

OH SORRY THEIR STILL BOTTOM"

Give it a rest. Harping on as you've done, your so-called 'wonderful football' team with the 'magnificent, exceptional young talent' of Walcott to name one and 'the midfield maestro' of Fabregas failed to hold a 3-1 lead then a 4-2 lead, AT HOME. No concern over the possibility or even question of Arsenal gaining more points away than home? Or it's too early to be worried?

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posted Oct 29, 2008

comment by Samir8Nasri (U11690515)
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Right, so why didn't he make Terry retake the penalty?


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what give a player too many chances to score from 12 yards? Yeh that will be the day when you get3/4 chances to see if you can find the net! lol...

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posted Oct 29, 2008

TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY TOTTENHAMS WONS A TROPHY

OH SORRY THEIR STILL BOTTOM


LOL AT THE PATHETIC MAN U FANS WHO JUST CAN'T HOLD THEIR EXCITEMENT AS SEEING A BETTER TEAM DRAW AT HOME

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Im a great admirer of Arsenal and I think on their day they can beat anyone, but things aren't looking good. You have Man United at home in just under two weeks and your conceding 4 goals in a game.

And technically speaking Spurs, Chelsea and United have been more successful than Arsenal over he last 4 years.

yes were playing you in two weeks but what makes you think we will still be like this you lot just drew the other day and plus we won an fa cup in the 2004/2005 season and tottenham havent finished above us yet thier best season was 2005/2007 but we finished above them and went to a champions league final

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posted Oct 29, 2008

hahah very funny, I'll let that one slide, seeing as Arsbela havent even won silverware since..... World War 2 or something like that.

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posted Oct 29, 2008

I'm not even a United fan!!!!!!!!!

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posted Oct 30, 2008

*arsenal

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posted Oct 30, 2008

bless you..

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