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  1. Premier League 2017/18

    That was absolutely not a penalty. Stupid by Lovren to even put his hands on him, but not a shove at all
  2. Premier League 2017/18

    Get excited Spurs fans - @Jimmy especially, right? - Lamela is set to be in the squad tomorrow against Leicester. First time in 13 months. Thrilled for him.
  3. The Marvel Cinematic Universe TV Thread

    I've rewatched Daredevil S2 to prepare for Punisher, and I actually enjoyed it more the second time around. I remember not liking much of The Hand arc the first time around, probably because of how great the first half of the season was being so Punisher centric. Elektra grew on me this time. I'm still behind with the Netflix universe. I haven't watched Luke Cage or Iron Fisr, and thus no Defenders either. I'm two episodes into Punisher now. Probably going to watch Defenders after it, and just skip the other two series. Am I going to have anything from Defenders spoiled by watching Punisher first? Jessica Jones remains my favorite of the universe so far. David Tennant was just so amazing as Kilgrave
  4. Premier League 2017/18

    Even when we're defending well, still find a way to blow yet another lead. It's The Liverpool Way!
  5. Premier League 2017/18

    Get in there Mo!
  6. UEFA Champions League 2017/18

    I'll be thrilled if we get a point tonight in Spain. Assuming Moscow win, it keeps us level on points with them, and a point ahead of Sevilla heading into the final match, home to Moscow. I like our chances of beating Moscow at Anfield. And if we can't do that, we don't deserve to advance as it is.
  7. 2017 NFL Season Thread

    I'm an Eagles fan, and I vehemently think the Zeke suspension is bullshit. I haven't heard a single Eagles fan I know say they agree with it (I don't count anything I read on social media as fans, but I'm sure there are clowns on there agreeing with it). That should tell you something about how fucked up it is when even rival fans say it's fucked up
  8. The 2017 MLS Thread

    Brad Friedel is set to be the new Revs manager. I fucking love him. I really hope Crew win the whole thing now. They have a great chance too. Hottest team in MLS, and first leg TFC are without both Jozy and Seba. But hey, at least Philly knows that despite another awful season, Jim Curtin is STILL the man to take us forward. We also didn't re-sign Gooch to a new contract despite being the best surprise story of the year. In short, I don't feel bad at all that I cancelled my full season ticket membership. This franchise is a joke.
  9. Premier League 2017/18

    They're hoping Makelele proves to be an effective Plan B for the season
  10. Premier League 2017/18

    West Ham plan to sack Bilic. The man to right the ship? David Footballing Genius Moyes That ship is going right, right to the Championship.
  11. UEFA Champions League 2017/18

  12. The USMNT Thread

    Gulati has been amazing for the USMNT from a business and commercial standpoint, truthfully. He is a major part of why we have so much money in our federation right now. I'm not sure if replacing him is honestly going to do much for what is wrong with our country. Our youth programs continue to be awful. Pay to play for profit, uneducated coaching, no next level training for that 15-18 age group. Those are the real issues for me. We need to use all this excess money to help get lower income kids better access to club soccer, not being turned down because their families can't afford several thousand a year for club fees. We need to properly educate coaches, and when it comes to obtaining coaching licenses, it shouldn't be the several thousand dollars it costs. MLS needs to do more with their sides setting up academies as well. Until that happens, we will continue to have major issues. As for the next manager, I want someone who will restore heart to this side. I don't think a foreign manager does that. I know a lot of people have talked about trying to get Tata considering his success with Atlanta, but I'm all for Vermes. He's done consistently excellent work with SKC, built a project, and deserves a chance. As for Arena, he is still hands down the best manager in MLS history. I would take him at the Union in a heart beat.
  13. The USMNT Thread

    Well, hopefully it's house cleaning time. From the top with Gulati, to Bruce Arena, to many of the players. Why we wanted to play the attacking diamond formation, on the road, on a bad pitch, when you only need a point... So fucking stupid. All three keepers need to be done. I'd only be fine with Guzan serving a back up role to mentor. Yedlin is arguably the only defender I keep. Villafana is certainly not the answer at left back; he is awful. Cameron is most likely done considering his age. Besler is the only one worth potentially keeping around. Up top, the attack should stay what it is, I think. For all the stick he gets, Altidore is decent, and he had good chemistry with Wood and Pulisic. I'm all about Pulisic being the #10 of this team, and playing behind those two strikers. But if that's the plan, we need to have an energetic midfield, capable of providing defensive cover. We haven't done that, and it bit us in the ass. With that being said, it's time for Michael Bradley to be done too. As a captain, he failed this team. No leadership. Ponderous. Not enough energy. It's time for new blood.
  14. 2018 World Cup Qualifiers

    Panama will be at home to a probably already qualified Costa Rica team on one less day's rest then them, so that could very easily be a win for Panama.
  15. 2018 World Cup Qualifiers

    Even if they only manage a draw, they're most likely securing the final automatic spot considering Honduras play Costa Rica and Mexico while Panama finish with Costa Rica. However, a win in T&T is the expectation at this point, for me. Last night was a great performance, and when Pulisic plays in a #10 role behind Altidore and Wood, we're dangerous and score goals. However, it leaves Michael Bradley with too much ground to cover in the middle, and our defense is left exposed often as a result.