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post #6261 of 8216 (permalink) Old 10-26-2012, 02:15 PM
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Re: 2012-13 English Premier League/Cups Thread (What's the MATA, AVB? Feeling BLUE?)

I'm not sure who I want to win the Merseyside Derby. Obviously I prefer Everton to Liverpool, but competitively, Everton are a greater threat to Arsenal, so maybe a draw would be better.
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Pretty gutted I'm working till 3 on Sunday so will miss the Merseyside Derby which I see Liverpool scrapping

Looking forward to Man U/Chelsea though, see it being a good game and should see plenty of goals, don't really like either side but hate Man U probably slightly more so I'm hoping for a Chelsea win

Arsenal game should be interesting on Saturday to see how they bounce back and with QPR needing a result should be a good game, still not forgiven Arsenal for letting me down on my accumulator last week

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3-2 Chelsea (just) and 1-0 Everton because Liverpool can't score to save their lives.
If we can't score then how have we won the last two games



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I've had this repeated vision of Suarez blatently diving against Everton and getting a pen. It's almost as if that's what all the stuff about him has been building up to.

Everton should beat us but there were plenty of times in the past we should have beat Everton and didn't. Derbies throw form out of the window and for once that is to our benefit.

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Aston Villa Offer To Trial Safe Standing.

The campaign has been launched by the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) and with Birmingham MP Roger Godsiff. Aston Villa and Peterborough have both given their support to calls for the Government to allow "small-scale trials of safe standing areas" and have volunteered to host a trial.

Villa chief executive Paul Faulkner said: "We have had a number of good discussions and meetings with the FSF over the past 12 months and fully support their campaign to allow small-scale trials of safe standing areas at grounds.

"Whenever we have discussed the topic with our fans we've found almost unanimous support for such a trial, and the concept of giving fans the choice to decide to either sit or stand at a game.

"We believe Villa Park could be a potential venue for such a trial, and would like the opportunity to progress the plans further with the wider support of the football community in this country."

Godsiff has also submitted an early day motion to Parliament which "urges the Government to accept the case for introducing, on a trial basis, limited standing areas".

The trials would need a change in the Football Spectators Act 1989, brought in after the Hillsborough disaster.

Peter Daykin, Safe Standing Coordinator at the FSF, said: "For two decades since the Taylor Report, the overwhelming majority of football supporters have favoured a choice of standing and sitting at football, and fans continue to stand throughout all levels of the game today, even in the Premier League and Championship where it is against ground regulations and facilities are designed for sitting.

"Standing was outlawed on grounds of safety, and yet successive governments have agreed that standing is safe - it's hard not to when it is done perfectly safely every week at rugby grounds, lower league football grounds and in top football leagues all around the world."

Last year the Hillsborough Family Support Group opposed any move to bring back standing areas.

HFSG spokesman Margaret Aspinall said then: "The Hillsborough Family Support Group are totally against any form of standing whatsoever. We are absolutely against it and always will be. Our football clubs should remain all-seater stadiums.

"People always say they have standing areas in Germany, but we don't play any part over what happens in that country - we just believe there's no such thing as safe standing in this country. We will not be encouraging the government to change the law."

The Premier League and successive governments have until now also opposed any change.


I'm all for trial and testing. We have to believe that over the last 20 years, some sort of progress has been made with this issue.
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Re: 2012-13 English Premier League/Cups Thread (What's the MATA, AVB? Feeling BLUE?)

Citeh 2-1 Swansea: Citeh with the late goals just like last week.

Everton 1-1 Pool: Pool takes early lead then some LOLlerpool moment where Everton is gifted a late equaliser.

CFC 3-2 Utd: Torres hattrick that makes Abramovich mark out like a bitch and prematurely end all the Falcao talks thinking he doesn't need him anymore now that "he's back~!!1" allowing some other club to make him an offer and Torres goes back to being shite the following week.
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It'll be 2-1 Blues w/ 15 to go and Hernandez will be subbed in and score two to get United a win.

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Everton 2-1 Liverpool
Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United





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Re: 2012-13 English Premier League/Cups Thread (What's the MATA, AVB? Feeling BLUE?)

I'm cautiously optimistic about Sunday. Fancy us to really bring it to Chelsea. We've been so long due a win at the Bridge, especially considering how we've played there of late. I fancy a 2-1 win, with Rooney getting the goals.
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I'm cautiously optimistic about Sunday. Fancy us to really bring it to Chelsea. We've been so long due a win at the Bridge, especially considering how we've played there of late. I fancy a 2-1 win, with Rooney getting the goals.
This is a different Chelsea side, chief. I expect MAZACAR to make life hell for your static midfield.

That said, I think it's going to be a draw.
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