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On 20/09/2020 at 22:59, TylerB said:

To be fair to Chelsea, they were without Chilwell, Thiago Silva, Pulisic and Ziyech. They won't challenge this year as their new players will need to gel. Havertz in his two games so far hasn't looked any better than Barkley, but he has bags of ability and will surely come good. It will be between Liverpool and City again this year, but it will be interesting to see how Everton fair this time around, as they have a really good team now, and also how Spurs get on under Mourinho. Leeds will be entertaining too, for both right and wrong reasons.

Thiago Silva is playing and gave away the second goal. Now 3-2. 

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Don’t be so silly. scousers going to WORK.

Leon Legge??

https://uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/liverpool-ask-premier-league-review-170035971.html Don't blame them!

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27 minutes ago, boslemportvale91 said:

Credit to Leicester they really turned it around the second half. Don't think anyone expected Citeh to get turned over at home like that. 

Second hat trick against citeh for Vardy now.  

Guardiola`s teams have only conceded 3 hat-tricks , 2 against Vardy the other against Messi. Pity he had been subbed before Leicester`s  3rd pen otherwise he would have been  the first to score 4.

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Pundits going in about how a new interpretation of the handball rule to bring the English Premier League into line with the rest of the world is "ruining the game".

The Premier League putting B teams into EFL competitions, no fans in stadiums due to coronavirus and the inevitable closure of clubs up and down the land to join the likes of Bury and Macclesfield Town. But nah, it's the Premier League using the same handball rule as La Liga and Serie A that will kill the game off in this country apparently.

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7 hours ago, boslemportvale91 said:

Another controversial VAR decision. Safe to say Jose wasn't a happy man

 

I'm quite happy for the rules of the game to be changed if it results in Mourinho getting dicked over.

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Sam Matterface mentioned on Talksport yesterday that up until four years ago, the average number of rule changes in football was something like 8 per year.

David Elleray then took over the IFAB.

In the fours since, there have been 200 rule changes implemented by the IFAB.

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