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Hello, me againMatters top and bottom-related (so to speak) will bother us tonight, as well as the battle for European places, as we take in a bumper seven Premier League matches.Follow it all here: news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foo...
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posted Mar 4, 2009
I'm a United fan born in Salford who moved to Ireland.
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Football gives this mammal an anchorage of identity, but remember it is only a part, we are all humans, and we produce a lot of dialogue, expressing feelings and emotions into football, that is human. The rest is by-product. I love football for its sense of independent majesty, and how each enclave (team) seems to have a castle, and shines a light, and that no enclave is greater in worth than any other - though this is distorted by the journey of careerIf you imagine - though to sounds Sci-Fi - we fans are all in a cyber gel petri dish being observed by a child alien... as it's toy, or school project. we might actually get a sense of ourselves, Though I fail to.. still very much an Arsenal fan with a sense that I've witnessed my team being inflicted with general field injustices season after season.But nothing better than a chinwag about the beautiful gameAnd lets just dwell on the maths for a sec' I wish pundits and hosts of the beeb would stop thinking it's worth predicting now - 30 or 33 points are left for many clubs to squander, in the premiership.lets see what happens...
I agree .. all the best Mr hiidink
1-1 Messi------------<ok> 27th of the season.
Outstanding player in the premiership this year, Stephen Ireland.Footballer of the year, any one of 26 Man United players.
27th of the season.--------------------------------Not bad for a 21 year-old. I still think he can improve in certain areas, he's not the finished product yet.
27th of the season.--------------------------------Not bad for a 21 year-old. I still think he can improve in certain areas, he's not the finished product yet.--------------------<biggrin> I agree. He's about 75% of the player he should be at 25/26.
comment by Moon1971 (U8892940)posted 7 Minutes AgoOnithorDon't get me wrong, the changes and signings spurs have made, as always show us to have a strong squad.. but we have been here so many times before ...I will make no comment on next year, the summer is always interesting at The Lane, so maybe after that I might think about it.We have played ok for the last three games ... thats won't make us top 5 prospect for next year ...______________________________________________I agree, but I am looking for an excuse to indulge in a little day dream too, and I was looking towards the spurs as an excuse. I too am looking forward to next year. Will Arsenal be challenging? How far will Arry take the Spurs, is Rafa ready to throwdown in the league? Will Chelsea have a stable manager? Will newcastle still be in the epl? is Brown the next SAF or just a really egotistical manager? Wigan, Everton, et al, who will be the surprise package? Yes, there are many questions to dwell upon. But lately i've been taken an inordinate amount of joy in the spurs winning ways.
Great dive by Ronnie.And did you see United's winner? This is the best league in the world.You should see the Ballymena U14 league, better defences.
Rooney had a good game, his goalscoring has improved this season to go along with his excellent creative game
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