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Chelsea 3rd with a late run in.

Spuds  slipped to 4th at the death and although I suggested a while back that they weren't out of the woods yet, they hung in there by one point.

And despite being in the box seat a month or so ago Arse managed to snatch 5th place. Can't be happy with that although they will qualify for the CL on a technicality even if they lose the EL final.

Been a good season in the Prem IMO.

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Nice one Citehhhhh, and c'mon you Spurs on the 1st June

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28 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Chorley promoted. Good luck to ‘em. 

Great achievement. Magpies v Magpies next season too!

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Shame that the bolton fans on my Facebook can’t be arsed going home games but manage last couple of Chorley games 

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14 minutes ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Shame that the bolton fans on my Facebook can’t be arsed going home games but manage last couple of Chorley games 

Aye it’s a bit bent 

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57 minutes ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Manc 

Anyone but them Scouse cunts!

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43 minutes ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Shame that the bolton fans on my Facebook can’t be arsed going home games but manage last couple of Chorley games 

One word parkinson. Prob wanted to see a side giving it a go and actually trying to play football. No shame in that imho. Driven to it id say

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27 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Anyone but them Scouse cunts!

Even though I'm on the same side of Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham I can't bring myself to be on the same side as City, Utd and Everton

 

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2 minutes ago, ZicoKelly said:

Even though I'm on the same side of Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham I can't bring myself to be on the same side as City, Utd and Everton

 

Noooooo anybody but those Scouse twats and that includes Everton, Tranmere and Marine (even though they gave us McAteer for a set of footie kits) 

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Facebook (if you bother) would have been absolutely fucking unbearable if the scousers has won the league today. 

As it was, the entire place was self pity free and still is.

After the champs league final I expect it to be different. 

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1 minute ago, Spider said:

Facebook (if you bother) would have been absolutely fucking unbearable if the scousers has won the league today. 

As it was, the entire place was self pity free and still is.

After the champs league final I expect it to be different. 

lets hope not

 

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57 minutes ago, snowball said:

One word parkinson. Prob wanted to see a side giving it a go and actually trying to play football. No shame in that imho. Driven to it id say

No doubt they will be all over accy & Lincoln 

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Yoonited fans crying on talksport. 

Anyone who hates Liverpool more than the rags (except Pablo I guess) is weird

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8 hours ago, Biggish Dave said:

Salford will probably lose fans now they are in the league. I used to watch Accy Stanley quite a bit in non league but you can only support 1 league club

That's a great point I hadn't thought of before. It probably explains why Accringtons home support seems to reduce with each promotion. The attraction is watching non league, not the team's themselves. At a higher level, you get for e.g. Arsenal fans who can't afford the Emirates or who dont live near, watching a Gillingham or MK Dons because they aren't a threat...that would have applied to Bournemouth or Brighton 10 years ago but those 'fans' will have abandoned them when they went big time.

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1 minute ago, tomski said:

Yoonited fans crying on talksport. 

Anyone who hates Liverpool more than the rags (except Pablo I guess) is weird

An honourable mention to Agent Solskjaer who is doing a sterling job down at the bog.

But the scousers simply cannot be allowed to get their hands on the main prize.

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51 minutes ago, snowball said:

One word parkinson. Prob wanted to see a side giving it a go and actually trying to play football. No shame in that imho. Driven to it id say

Going to watch a team you don't support is like going to the cricket. It can be fun, have a pint, have a laugh, applaud the achievements and even have a bit of a sing at the opposition's expense. What you will NEVER feel is butterflies, anticipation, anger at team selection/style of play/under performing players, disappointment, pride in the team or fans, embarrassment, frustration, excitement and post match highs or lows that last for 2 days. It may as well be a different sport for all the relevance of comparing with watching a team that's in your blood whether you like it or not.

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19 minutes ago, Johnnyrotten said:

Going to watch a team you don't support is like going to the cricket. It can be fun, have a pint, have a laugh, applaud the achievements and even have a bit of a sing at the opposition's expense. What you will NEVER feel is butterflies, anticipation, anger at team selection/style of play/under performing players, disappointment, pride in the team or fans, embarrassment, frustration, excitement and post match highs or lows that last for 2 days. It may as well be a different sport for all the relevance of comparing with watching a team that's in your blood whether you like it or not.

Never the same

Been to a couple of Leyton Orient games this season with a few guys from work (did the Salford game). Was good having a couple of beers and going to the games but its just not the same, Spent most of the game checking our score on my phone.

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2 hours ago, tomski said:

Yoonited fans crying on talksport. 

Anyone who hates Liverpool more than the rags (except Pablo I guess) is weird

 I hate Liverpool more than anybody, fucking horrible Scouse self pitying cunts.

They have 2 songs, one amplified YNWA and Liverrrrpoool Liveeerpoool, that's It, shit fans with not very funny flags! 

I'm Weird 😀

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20 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

 I hate Liverpool more than anybody, fucking horrible Scouse self pitying cunts.

They have 2 songs, one amplified YNWA and Liverrrrpoool Liveeerpoool, that's It, shit fans with not very funny flags! 

I'm Weird 😀

I’m afraid so Mr Grey😂

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Posted (edited)

I was just wondering if now that the Premiership season is over - and with WBA's Gayle getting sent off in the playoff first leg - whether Rondon is now a WBA player again and eligible to play in the second leg v Villa on Tuesday? 

Anyone know anything about that?

Edited by Hoppy510

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Thought about this myself too and surely he's eligible to play.

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15 hours ago, Marc505 said:

2 more goals for ALF with 20 mins left to get hat trick in the Boddingtons League championship semi final live on BT1.

I'll be watching him next weekend when he rolls into town for the "Grand Final" at the sensational Optus Stadium in Perth. Front row seats in the Premier Club courtesy of a business associate.

Of course I will be hoping that Perth Glory's Spanish superstar orchestrates yet another win; the Glory win the trophy and ALF goes away disappointed. Always seems fucked to me that you end up clear top at the end of the regular season and all you get is some pissfarty pennant with the words "Minor Premiers" on it.

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10 hours ago, RUREADY2ROLL said:

Never the same

Been to a couple of Leyton Orient games this season with a few guys from work (did the Salford game). Was good having a couple of beers and going to the games but its just not the same, Spent most of the game checking our score on my phone.

Was near their ground a couple of weeks back so decided to have a look 

Made me wonder who lives in those flats that are basically built on top of the ground.

If you're a fan you wouldn't bother going to the game as you could watch it from your living room. If you're not then you're living in the wrong place 

Lack of decent pubs round there as well 

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