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These midweek fixtures are proving tricky for a lot of teams.

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Mane is gonna get the whole Leicester back four booked at this rate 

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Bournemouth 3-0 up against Chelsea.

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Bournemouth 4-0 Chelsea. Incredible.

José Mourinho back for round three....?

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Tough game. Leicester defended really well. 

Don't think the weather helped either team and we looked a bit slow with our passing but we are a point further ahead than City compared to the start of the week. 

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Five points clear isn't too bad.

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That was a hard earned three points!!

 

Attendance at Wembley tonight was just 29,164.

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Shipping four goals in the second half because the team have run out of fucks to give just about sums up my mood this week, really.

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Bournemouth 4-0 Chelsea is one of those results you sometimes see on Football Manager and makes you think the game engine is shit.

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Llorente rewarded for scoring the winner against Watford by being dropped.

 

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Bit open this. Even Sissoko nearly scored. 

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Decent game indeed. Just need someone to put it into the onion sack.

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Phew. Getting results despite playing badly recently. Team looks tired but keeps going to the end. Fitness of the players certainly proving to be important this season.

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Good to see us continue to be completely inept at defending set pieces.

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4 hours ago, Lineker said:

Decent game indeed. Just need someone to put it into the onion sack.

An onion...sack? Heard of banging one in the onion bag before, but a whole sack to aim for!

Everton are super annoying. At least that cat brought some entertainment.

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The cat was MOTM for me, Clive.

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Rashford misses a sitter again - after he did that against Burnley, things went tits up. <_<

Scored that time. What a ball from Pogba!

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That goal was delicious. 

Who knew Paul Pogba was such a good player...

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That is bollocks that. Mike Dean has bottled giving Pog the FK as he knows it's a 2nd yellow for Mendy. Twat.

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