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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:09 pm
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Surely Pardew should be odds on for Southampton, didn't he jump the sinking ship from Newcastle for Palace? Ol' 'Arry is 5/1 for WBA, I think I'd rather have Paul Ince back in management than him.
isn't Saints one of the clubs he has already done the dirty on??????
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:23 pm
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Who is this Wissam Ben Yedder?

This should be some last 7 minutes.

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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:27 pm
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Who is this Wissam Ben Yedder?
327yr old, plays for Sevilla as a striker.
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:38 pm
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So much for the English clubs dominating Europe.

Dropping like flies now.
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:39 pm
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Out and deservedly so. Awful. A result that has been coming for a long time. Well done Seville. Good luck to the English teams left in - we don’t belong in the quarter finals.

Jose has some big questions to answer. Let’s see who he blames. Pretty confident he won’t think it’s his fault, but after the time he’s had and the money he’s spent, to set up like he did is beyond belief.

My overwhelming sense is relief. That could have been 4 or 5 tonight.
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So much for the English clubs dominating Europe.

Dropping like flies now.
well Maureen's press conference should be worth watching
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:42 pm
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Sevilla will be hoping for an English club in the next round though.
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:43 pm
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Out and deservedly so. Awful. A result that has been coming for a long time. Well done Seville. Good luck to the English teams left in - we don’t belong in the quarter finals.

Jose has some big questions to answer. Let’s see who he blames. Pretty confident he won’t think it’s his fault, but after the time he’s had and the money he’s spent, to set up like he did is beyond belief.

My overwhelming sense is relief. That could have been 4 or 5 tonight.
You had a mixture out there, Rashford, Lingard and Bailey were excellent and Lukakukkku did a great job.Others not so good. Fellani didn't kill anyone so ok by his standards but wtf is wrong with Pogba?
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So much for the English clubs dominating Europe.

Dropping like flies now.
2 English, 2 Italian and 2 Spanish through so far so not that bad.....1 German will be there and a goaless draw puts Chelski theough
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You had a mixture out there, Rashford, Lingard and Bailey were excellent and Lukakukkku did a great job.Others not so good. Fellani didn't kill anyone so ok by his standards but wtf is wrong with Pogba?
He's French and like most French players they think they can do whatever they want and usually end up sulking. Than God I didn't watch it as I believe we played crap.
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He's French and like most French players they think they can do whatever they want and usually end up sulking. Than God I didn't watch it as I believe we played crap.
We weren’t that good.
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:50 pm
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2 English, 2 Italian and 2 Spanish through so far so not that bad.....1 German will be there and a goaless draw puts Chelski theough
Goalless draw puts Chelsea out doesn't it? First leg was at home.
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2 English, 2 Italian and 2 Spanish through so far so not that bad.....1 German will be there and a goaless draw puts Chelski theough
Chelsea will likely fall at the Nou Camp to make it 3 Spanish teams.

Bayern 99% through already.
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Old Mar 13th 2018, 9:53 pm
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We weren’t that good.
Bit harsh but not getting an away goal left you very vulnerable and if the tactic of lump it to Fellani has worked Maureen would have been a genius.

Sanchez, DeGea and Valencia were all poor by their standards tonighr
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Bit harsh but not getting an away goal left you very vulnerable and if the tactic of lump it to Fellani has worked Maureen would have been a genius.

Sanchez, DeGea and Valencia were all poor by their standards tonighr
It does seem that the Sanchez signing has done more harm than good so far.

My channel package gave me the Roma game so I didn't see United.

Dzeko still a quality player.
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