The Other Premier League Fixtures Thread


#13892

What a sore loser prick Sarri is


#13893

I think we all know that City’s best is probably the best in the world ATM, but that doesn’t instantly mean they’ll beat Liverpool to the title.


#13894

What happened?


#13895

Lol, Sarri walked right down the tunnel, didn’t take it well.


#13896

Great day for both Manchester clubs tbh.


#13897

Ran up the tunnel and didn’t shake Pep’s hand


#13898

Mike Dean is such a prat :joy:


#13899

Sarri not taking it well!


#13900

Haha he loves it


#13901

He truly loves his job doesn’t he? lol


#13902

No thats true. But I see Liverpool making more mistakes to the end of the season than city. I think squad wise Liverpool may be a touch short


#13903

What did Mike Dean do?


#13904

Hid the ball behind his top


#13905

Regarding squad I agree, it could almost be a blessing in disguise for Liverpool if Bayern knock them out as I don’t think they’ll sustain challengers on both fronts.


#13906

Yeah, I kinda agree with this.

For example, Liverpool still play Chelsea at home but Chelsea seem to have their number.

Furthermore, both Man City and Liverpool have to visit Old Trafford. Id fancy Man City to kick their arses more so Liverpool


#13907

:arteta: Fuck me this guy.


#13908

If Liverpool finish ahead of City that would be an incredible achievement even if you hate Liverpool you’ve got to admit that


#13909

Agree I fancy City more than pool at OT, but I think Liverpool will comfortably account for Chelsea at Anfield.


#13910

100% it will require like 95 points and it would be beating the most devastating side in Europe over a 38 game season and 9 months of football.


#13911

Would you fancy Liverpool to have another decent stab at the title again if they come up short?

Squad disbanding, and the general inability to amass 90 odd points in a season again (they wont only lose 1 game all season next season, for example) might just be their undoing