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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by limsy, Jul 12, 2010.
Give it one more match, just one more.
Mathematically, with a game in hand plus Man Utd still to travel to Emirates (assuming that they will defeat Man Utd at home), Arsenal is still 1 point short. If Arsenal can pull it off and Man Utd tumble in one of the matches, that will be biggest victory for Arsenal even better than the invincible era.
There's always that chance of a slip even for Man U. One L, two Ds probably w 8 games left.
why always hope people to fail for u to win?
It's not about hoping for Man U to lose or failing to win.
It's called fans rooting for their respective teams. Man U is on top, naturally, every other team is aiming for the same. That is just healthy competition, otherwise, just give the trophy each year to a certain team.
Besides, there are still a number of matches to play, a healthy lead doesn't mean it is insurmountable.
My colleague came in and spoke like a movie narrator, "Manchester United. 2 - 0. 4 - 2".
I replied, "That is not at all a big surprise to me, mate - a big yawnfest. It's when they lose that it's exciting".
What do you mean? I never saw a trophy being share by two teams/winners
Nowadays I seldom watch matches involving Man Utd, If I do, it usually end up like this :
Man Utd home matches :
If they scored first, I stop watching. Why? 'Cos the other team won't draw or win.
Man Utd away matches :
If they scored first, I may continue to watch. If they score another, I stop watching, 'cos they will win.
Man Utd away matches :
If they concede first, I may continue to watch but if they equalize and take the lead, I will stop watching.
The best example was the last match. Why with a two goal lead, West Ham just defended and at the end, suffered defeat and the same with most teams.
FYI, I am not a Man Utd supporter.
Have to admint MU the best. It's their merit.
arent u the same leng cai who say chelsea had won the title after 6/7 match?hehe
You are probably right, Limsy.
He's just looking to increase post count, not engage in any kind of discussion or debate.
I said it before all the stupid injuries happening at the beginning. So, man utd lucky. CA is not lucky.
Good luck tonite.
What a thrashing today.
all da best............
Just on tv right now ... (this is a tiny part only)
Read about this on RAWK some time ago and yeah, classic British humour of self-depreciation. They don't take themselves seriously and always laugh at the shortcomings instead of sulking in it.
"The closest I ever got to there is that some people think I look like Jamie Carragher. It was an amazing feeling to run on on that pitch at Anfield and hear 30,000 people go, 'Who the f- is that?!' "
RAWK is filled with similar such comedic postings.
Looking at the League table now, I find it interesting to find the points tally to be much more distributed than the previous seasons. Normally 40 points is the rule of thumb for the total required to be safe from relegation but as of today with six matches to go only Bolton and above had gotten past that number, with only Aston Villa (14) upwards are capable of doing it next game. Still, at the bottom of the table is Wigan with 31, even if they win another 3 more times it would still won't guarantee their survival.
Either the league has gone stronger - bigger pool of top sixes, and improved playing capabilities of those below - or the top has gotten weaker that they are easier to defeat.
*Customary wink emot that doesn't mean a thing*
The standards are getting closer.
Never heard of young Flannagan until this morning and I just read he kept Mario Balotelli and Toni Silva quiet.