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True! But if they catch you, you'll be in the wheelchair brigade....

We were just building up Wink
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In Madness You Dwell

bit of a lack luster game all round, Rooney is really struggling he needs sending back to that hotel in town with a pack of cigarettes and a couple of hookers, city really do miss Aguero & Silva but then again who wouldn't, on a positive note the lad Lingard looks good
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A Goal without a Plan is just a wish 
Up the Alty
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In Madness You Dwell

I cant find Premier League 2015/16 thread do we have one ?

anyway thoughts on the final 4 for this season which i would dearly like to see Leicester win but dont think they will, my top 4


West Ham
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A Goal without a Plan is just a wish 

5-1 ? WTFs going on.....

Thought they'd put you on as a substitute.

Money was on Shrewsbury giving United a thumping last night.... Not me, the consensus of people in work.

They'll be a few happier people there today....

If LVG would have lost last night. He would of definitely been heading back to schexy Holland.
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Manchester..? City..?

Well a small rant.... but how can they be called MANCHESTER CITY.... when there seems to be no natives of Manchester....

Pep Guardiola secured his first trophy as Manchester City manager as they overpowered Arsenal to win the Carabao Cup in convincing fashion at Wembley.
City responded to Monday's shock FA Cup fifth-round defeat by League One Wigan Athletic in style as they swept aside Arsenal and now turn their attention to clinching the Premier League and continuing their Champions League campaign.
Sergio Aguero gave City an 18th-minute lead when he took full advantage of Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi's feeble challenge to latch on to keeper Claudio Bravo's goal-kick and loft a cool finish over David Ospina.
Arsenal were toothless apart from one early opening when Kyle Walker stopped Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the six-yard area and the contest was effectively over when man-of-the-match Vincent Kompany swept in Ilkay Gundogan's cross-shot just before the hour.
David Silva put the final flourish on City and Guardiola's day with a powerful shot past Ospina before City closed out the most routine of victories.
There was one contentious note which may draw further attention from the Football Association as Guardiola wore his trademark yellow ribbon, which he displays in support of imprisoned politicians in his native Catalonia, despite facing a charge from English football's governing body for "wearing a political message".

I rest my case Ma’lud.
To the Regiment! I wish I was there.