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Postby x360.05 » 11 Feb 2006, 20:26

Well done to Middlesborough for kicking the living daylights out of Mafia bloke Obramovich, idiot childish manager Jose and arrogant Chelsea scum...Easily wasted, and the gap is closing..it's not over yet Jose, go cry and ur little corner, United are coming up behind you to steel your childish glory. lol
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Postby wassy2k » 11 Feb 2006, 20:28

They really aren't you know.
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Re: suck on that Chelsea

Postby User removed » 12 Feb 2006, 01:59

x360.05 wrote:...idiot childish manager ... go cry and ur little corner, United are coming up behind you to steel your childish glory. lol

If you aren't careful, they'll come and "steel" yours.
So Chelsea lost 3-0, hardly what you would call, "kicking the living daylights out of".

Man Utd are still 15 points behind, they may close the gap, but I can't see them taking top spot before the end of the season.
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Postby soulfinger » 12 Feb 2006, 02:32

Utd are 12 points behind Chelski...........So that's ONLY 4 games Cheslski have to lose :roll:
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Postby User removed » 12 Feb 2006, 03:39

Code: Select all
     Team        P    W    D    L     F    A    W    D    L     F     A    GD    PTS
1    Chelsea    26    12    1    0    31    7    9    2    2    21    9    36    66
2    Man Utd    25    8    3    1    25    8    7    3    3    24    18    23    51

Damn BBC not updating, yeah, just looked on The FA.com and saw it's 12 points. 4 games and Chelsea unbeaten at home (so far) with only 2 away losses, stranger things have happened, but Man U need to pull their socks up if they're going to stand a chance of closing the gap. The race is always on in the last few months of a season anyway, that's when things start getting more interesting.

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Postby dinsfire » 12 Feb 2006, 16:29

Such a great table you generated there. :roll:
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Postby User removed » 12 Feb 2006, 17:51

If united beat chelsea at stamford bridge then its down to 9. Im not saying its going to happen but stranger things have happened.
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Postby rjcanty » 12 Feb 2006, 19:13

There's more chance of Sunderland staying up.
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Postby GhostHunterUk » 13 Feb 2006, 14:28

Chelsea have already won it IMO.
the 3v0 defeat was only a small set back.
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Postby renegade_angel » 13 Feb 2006, 18:58

If United hadn't lost silly matches to Blacburn and City then they would only have a 6 point gap. But disregarding Chelsea we've had one of our best seasons points-wise, if we get 2 top quality midfielders and Liverpool get 1-2 quality strikers who score a lot then next seasons title race should be a very exciting one.
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Postby The_Hun1 » 13 Feb 2006, 21:13

rjcanty wrote:There's more chance of Sunderland staying up.



LMFAO, that's a quality thought, shame it won't happen though, the only thing that sunderland garentee in the premiership is 6 points for the team you support and a good laugh at them as they sink on the first game of the season.
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Postby wassy2k » 13 Feb 2006, 21:16

It also gives us a proper derby.
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