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  1. A late John Soutar goal and two saves from Craig Gordon, gives Hearts a win on their return to the Premiership.
  2. Can't say I was expected Ralston to be dribbling past defenders and scoring an excellent goal. Has really quietened the crowd down now.
  3. Desperate times for Celtic when their new centre back, Starfelt, has trained once and is thrown straight in. Out-muscled twice in a few seconds. Not the greatest start to his Celtic career.
  4. Newly promoted Hearts beating Celtic after less than 10 minutes. Horrific defending all round.
  5. @Eco If Atlanta want an attacking coach, with a very expansive playing style, Fonseca fits the bill. His Roma team were often superb attacking, but very open and fragile defensively. It would make their matches very appealing to neutrals to watch, at the very least. Obviously had a dominant period at Shaktar, but I have doubts over his chances of success in a far more even league. Especially with MLS's almost unique makeup of their squad, with vast differences in quality between teammates.
  6. Predictions for the season: 1. Rangers 2. Celtic 3. Hibs 4. Aberdeen 5. St Johnstone 6. Hearts 7. St Mirren 8. Motherwell 9. Dundee United 10. Livingston 11. Dundee 12. Ross County Championship: Kilmarnock League 1: Falkirk League 2: Kelty Hearts
  7. Agreed personal terms and now up to Lyon to agree a fee. €6million seems fairly cheap for a highly rated, young goalkeeper, even with the ban until February.
  8. The Dutch are losing a pretty awful season of 17/18 soon (think Ajax crashed out the Champions League qualifiers that year), so will soon be challenging Portugal for sixth in another year or two. Although they always seem to have someone knocked out in their first round. (Was almost Feyenoord this year, who needed a last minute winner yesterday). Will be interesting to see what impact the Europa Conference League will have on the mid tier nations, and whether if a few teams right it off completely only to see their coefficient ranking drop.
  9. For English football (in my time), I'd say it's probably Man United 98-03. Just watching MOTD during that period and seeing the team line up: Giggs - Scholes - Keane - Beckham Just seemed to be just ever present and winning all the time. The rest of the team changed / evolved around them, but they remained. The Juventus defence of Buffon, Barzagli, Bonnuci and Chellini is pretty iconic, even if they never quite reached their ultimate goal of the Champions League.
  10. Russia are in dire need of a great season this year, with 16/17 dropping off they'll be dropping from 8th to 14th. Losing an automatic Champions League spot, and having every team starting in earlier rounds. Belgium have already fallen down to 13th this season after their 16/17 has been wiped out. Meanwhile Turkey, who were in the top ten for years, are in free fall and have dropped down to eighteenth. For a league with its reputation, and the calibre of players they attract, you'd expect them to be doing much better.
  11. Fiorentina of the late 90s. Rui Costa, Chiesa and (most importantly) Batistuta. Seeing them on Football Italia, and then appearing in the Champions League beating Arsenal and Man United. Also one of the iconic goals / pieces of commentary from the ITV Champions League era
  12. I knew he wasn't going to be presenting on BT Sport anymore, but I thought it would probably clash with presenting MOTD. Either way, that's some move for them to get him. Not always impressed with some of their coverage, but looks like they are severally upping their game now.
  13. PES 6 on the Xbox 360 was where football games peaked for me. It's probably terrible if I went back and played it now, but remember that being the most enjoyable game to play at the time.
  14. Mexico and USA winning their Semi Finals, and meet in Sunday's final. Since 2000, when Canada won, each have won the competition 5 times.
  15. Both Aberdeen and Hibs are through, with Aberdeen suffering a bit of a scare but ultimately comfortable. Feyenoord are currently losing at home to Kosovo side Drita Gjilan, and are heading out as it stands.
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