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Old 08-17-2012, 05:29 PM   #1142 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2012-13 English Premier League Thread

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Girlfriend can wait. This is the START OF THE SEASON FFS!!!

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What exactly is "THAT" you talking about the moment Man U thought they had the league wrapped up before Aguero came in and robbed it from them in full style mode?



It's a slightly easier pill to swallow because we didn't really deserve to win the title last season and the fact we lost it like that was incredible and heartbreaking at the same time. Can't see City having the same problems this season that almost cost them the title so we've got to step up a lot. Valencia and Vidic being fit hopefully all season will be massive, on top of having Scholes as an option for a full season and bringing in Kagawa and Van Persie. Don't think either team has really pulled themselves away from the other so I still think it's pretty even for the title race as long as we don't display as much ineptitude at the back as we did last season. And we shouldn't do either. De Gea should play a lot better this season. Same for Smalling and hopefully having the summer off will do Jones a load of good and he'll refind his form. Plus we'll have Vidic back and if he stays fit then I can't see it being possible that we end up performing that bad defensively again. Attacking shouldn't be a problem for either side so it's probably gonna be won and lost on who's the most fragile at the back. Very interested in seeing how City defend if they go with 3-5-2 as it has the potential to leave gaps at the back that the better teams can and will exploit.
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