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Quick Maths... 69 - 56 = 13. So City lead United by 13 points as per the table. 

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1 minute ago, Asura said:

Quick Maths... 69 - 56 = 13. So City lead United by 13 points as per the table. 

3 wingbacks. 13 point lead. 

So each wingback City got cost United around 4 points. 

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4 minutes ago, Cicero said:

3 wingbacks. 13 point lead. 

So each wingback City got cost United around 4 points. 

Not to mention United's inability to score against some lower teams due to City's excessive spending on Benjamin Mendy. 

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2 hours ago, Perseus said:

19/20  Spot the error in the table?

I know it's hard to believe but Brighton are actually above Palace at the moment. 

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Really good topic. Finger on the pulse stuff 

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48 minutes ago, Marc said:

Really good topic. Finger on the pulse stuff 

I wonder how you'd be if Norwich were in the original post.

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12 hours ago, Cicero said:

3 wingbacks. 13 point lead. 

So each wingback City got cost United around 4 points. 

Mendy has been injured all season so 2 wing back cost united 6.5pts :ph34r:   ...Mendy will be back soon = 19pt lead? 

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Premier League is an absolute state, we are actually in the top half.

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5 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

Premier League is an absolute state, we are actually in the top half.

You say that like 10th has the same value it once did :ph34r:

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1 minute ago, Kitchen Sales said:

You say that like 10th has the same value it once did :ph34r:

This Everton side finishing 10th would remove any remaining scrap of that value from existence.

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15 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

This Everton side finishing 10th would remove any remaining scrap of that value from existence.

Same can be said about Burnley finishing 7th and qualifying for Europe 

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3 minutes ago, Kitchen Sales said:

Same can be said about Burnley finishing 7th and qualifying for Europe 

Should probably just split the league into two sections. Have a 14 team league to fight it out for the spare European slot while the top 6 have at it. Would also stop bitches complaining about fixture congestion.

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Everton being in the top half is ridiculous.

It's a bad, bad league this year, although there's so little between a lot of the sides it'll be fascinating to see who drops.

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It might change a bit towards the end when bottom sides dig in for more points, but at the moment 9 teams wont get 40 points xD

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On 09/02/2018 at 23:48, Kitchen Sales said:

Same can be said about Burnley finishing 7th and qualifying for Europe 

Burnley are a good team

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14 hours ago, Happy Blue said:

Burnley are a good team

With no quality.

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On 27/02/2018 at 19:24, Harvsky said:

With no quality.

well qualifty depends who you are comparing. Burnley in the Championship would likely win it ,in the PL they are lacking. When Manchester City were playing in the Championship and L1 we were by far the best and dominated the league only to struggle in the PL. Thankfully the owners turned up and turned us into the biggest club in the world. Bunrley are doing just fine in the PL for a team without much qualifty for the PL. They are hard nosed, big and strong dicked and hard to break down. I like their manager Sean Dyche. I saw him playing in the 1997 FA Cup SF for Chesterfield the other day, he looked exactly like he does now. He took a penalty and scored even though it was the worst penalty I've ever seen. Burnley with money will improve their game and start challenging the top ten, its all about the money from the PL. Hopefully the worldwide rescession doesn't loosen the PL's grip on the money streams casuing weaker teams to suffer. If Burnley get more money when hopefully next season starts they could really start challenging for the EL or PL. I think with clubs like this there needs to be hope at the end of the tunnel. With no hope and no desire, fans get bored nd you get boring club, which ultimately results in relegation. Happened to Wigan. Happened to Swansea, etc.

So yeah the football world will keep on turning.

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