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Doggy Styles
11th May 2014, 14:22
Liverpool must beat Newcastle at Anfield to stand a chance. Whoops, they're losing. As it stands:

1 Man City 38 63 84
2 Liverpool 38 49 81
3 Chelsea 38 42 79

original PM
11th May 2014, 14:38
Skrtel. Ftw.
Oops wrong end :-D

original PM
11th May 2014, 14:40
Ciiiiiittttttyyyyy

Doggy Styles
11th May 2014, 14:40
Oh no, now Man City have scored.

How many goals must Liverpool score now?

Doggy Styles
11th May 2014, 14:42
Skrtel. Ftw.
Oops wrong end :-DThe Kop are blaming the South Yorks police. :wink

doodab
11th May 2014, 14:43
You are all horrible bastards :mad

original PM
11th May 2014, 14:53
The Kop are blaming the South Yorks police. :wink

Bit harsh ;-) iam actually a utd fan and am sat in the corner crying into my "I love fergie " t shirt

Doggy Styles
11th May 2014, 15:39
Hang on, Liverpool have turned it around.

It just needs Man City to let in three quick goals at the end. But surely, that sort of thing doesn't happen to league leaders, does it? :wink

original PM
11th May 2014, 15:52
Hang on, Liverpool have turned it around.

It just needs Man City to let in three quick goals at the end. But surely, that sort of thing doesn't happen to league leaders, does it? :wink

No no it didn't :-D

Doggy Styles
11th May 2014, 15:55
No no it didn't :-DGerrard looks like a bloke who knows that was probably his last chance of winning the league.

doodab
11th May 2014, 16:01
Stupid game anyway. :devil

d000hg
12th May 2014, 07:49
Interesting season as a neutral though. Great to see teams like Liverpool and Arsenal genuine contenders again - did they step their game up seeing an opportunity with Man U falling apart or was it a coincidence?

And Everton 5th... even worse for Moyes.

original PM
12th May 2014, 07:54
Interesting season as a neutral though. Great to see teams like Liverpool and Arsenal genuine contenders again - did they step their game up seeing an opportunity with Man U falling apart or was it a coincidence? And Everton 5th... even worse for Moyes.

Not sure - the fact Utd were so bad meant that pretty much most of the top 5/6 got 6 points out of Utd this season where as in the past it would have been at best 3 and more likely 1 or none.

Will be interesting to see what happens over the transfer window

But before that

https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRc682P1mTsQrs4J4-GzOz9eMvBwl89u9500iY_KlDJB2LWrmy75-jd5Mrx

d000hg
12th May 2014, 08:04
I can't get any interest about the world cup this time round. Normally it's the one time I really get into football.

doodab
12th May 2014, 08:46
Interesting season as a neutral though. Great to see teams like Liverpool and Arsenal genuine contenders again - did they step their game up seeing an opportunity with Man U falling apart or was it a coincidence?

Liverpool had a good run for years before Hicks and Gillet dragged them down, though never really looked like title contenders. Arsenal were, before the new stadium stopped them spending money. I expect both teams to be contenders again next year. If Utd bounce back that'll be a five way tussle, should be interesting.

stek
12th May 2014, 08:56
http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/05/12/y5e5e4yp.jpg

Doggy Styles
12th May 2014, 10:52
http://www.thegoal-line.com/uploads/4/9/7/5/4975829/1528959.jpg?356