BOYSIE31 wrote:Oh here we go again - so in your book we will comfortably beat them 4 nil Sat then
No, just by 3
If Everton won today they would of gone 2nd. They had a shocker apperently and go 11th. That's early season football for you.
Some on here think they're doomed.
BOYSIE31 wrote:Well he has scored his many so far and how many assists - the one yesterday was a brilliant assist with great vision
BOYSIE31 wrote:Pukki will cause our defence problems and watched a bit of him last season and liked what I saw - amazing for a free transfer - there are good players out there if you look for them
jrgbfc wrote:But if we beat City you'd no doubt say it was a well deserved, comprehensive victory
MACCA wrote:Now fast forward to the 17.30 game and see a supposedly, weaker poorer side put in the sort of effort and display that should be mandatory for a side as establishment as ours.
Our midfield is weak and lacking pace when there are four players in there
Drop down to three and we will be completely overrun
All that system will give us is more "hoof" ball tactics
Claretmatt4 wrote:Only head injuries or serious injuries where getting medical attention quickly is important.
Ever ything else can wait.
Quickenthetempo wrote:I'd be more worried about us and Brighton after wat hing that shower today.
Is it one win in ten for us?
Vegas Claret wrote:for the first time in a long time I'd have to disagree with you mate, other than the first 15 mins we were abysmal
MACCA wrote:Pope was quite busy IMO...
MACCA wrote:but absolute robbery from our perspective.
Lowbankclaret wrote:I think there is a big chance in Burnley to.
Julie is not very popular.
Was it 66.6% voted to leave.
I think we have a good local Brexit candidate.
martin_p wrote:It would seem unlikely. I think we’re down to two options really, a deal getting through the commons or Johnson resigning.
Lowbankclaret wrote:Now you cannot stay in the single market or a customs union and have controlled immigration.
You must also accept all EU laws.
So your staying in.