Can always count on good old Spurs.
Spurs ****ing up and Wigan winning, spring must be on its way.
Big big goal for Wigan that. They never give up.
Makes the relegation race interesting again.
Sunderland should be worried especially with their freefall.
Will be hilarious if somehow Newcastle end up being relegated.
Well, makes the relegation battle more interesting. Don't like Wigan much can't see the point really, but would be hilarious if they could relegate a "big Club", or even West Ham.
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.
Stoke would be better if still very unlikely.
Sunderland a real possibility though.
In order of ****tiness of teams I want to go down, and likely. Figuring QPR and Reading are down, I'd go.
Sunderland, terrible football, O'Neill, just awful, never forgiven them for 89 League Cup
West Ham, purely on the BFS factor, owners not much better though
Aston Villa, dull town, dull team
Newcastle, mainly for there "best supporters in the World" sthick
Norwich, I forgive them knocking us out of the FA Cup in 90, because they play decent football, and have played in a League with us recently
Southampton, because they play decent football, and have played in a League with us recently
Copy and paste used for the last two
Really wanted Villa to go down last year but actually kind of like their side this season.
Stoke easily the side I most want to go down with Sunderland second, add nothing to the league.
Sunderland are this year's Birmingham. Fairly indifferent between Villa, So'ton and Wigan but I'd love Sunderland to go down.
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The only player that he wanted and got was Nastasic, who after a little bit of a rough start has been very good IMO.
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The one, the only CW Black
Code:47.3 W Coppinger to Heads Smacked the ball straight into the groin of Iwuajoku who has fallen over, miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!
Surely they'd have been on some sort of list though? Can't imagine Marwood just went '****, we've missed RvP, I know, I'll get Scott Sinclair, the next best thing.'
Oh I'm sure they were on his list somewhere, and I reckon we would've gotten Maicon anyway just through Mancini's relationship with him and his desire to play 5 at the back early on in the season. I was just pointing out that whilst I'm sure he had some say in those players coming in, I don't think he can be held solely responsible for them when he doesn't deal with the transfers directly and quite obviously coveted superior players who the management missed out on.
If he is to be sacked, it shouldn't have anything to do with the transfers over the last season. He wanted two of the top 10 players in the league and the management had a go but missed on both of them. He should be sacked only if there is a superior alternative ready to take over. We risk becoming Chelsea if managers are let go without a plan in place to replace.
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