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- Aug 2, 2008
- London, UK
- 1995 BMW 325i SE
(From the BBC Sport Report). I expect Mata to start, since he was rested for the first game.
Correct again, cameo for the last 6 minutes.. Maybe an appearance by van Ginkel too?
Yeah, I got the drift of that from the written report.I was unable to watch the match, but was listening on the radio. Apparently it was a bit of a mess right at the death, some appeals for an Ivanovic red, and then another for a Terry handball. At the end of the day, there were some clear cut chances for Villa to go 2-1 ahead (I believe Weimann missed a sitter, and Benteke hit the post once or twice?). I do want to see replays of what happened right at the end, I hope to catch something this weekend!
But you guys are the away team, you should be doing the counter-attacking if Brendan sets you up right?I am paranoid about the Liverpool game, because the way we play seems to always open us up to the counter, and Villa have been brutal with their counter attacks. Their defense is no slouch either, especially considering that Liverpool's build up play is not exactly 1 touch, when Suarez isn't around.
Hmmm, the Special One goes to Old Trafford again.Chelsea vs United will be a fun watch, and put a real marker down for one of the two of them, in the title race, while I expect City to put away these easier fixtures quietly and efficiently.
Sneaky feeling the Swans may get a result here. They got mullered* by Man U last time, but they are still a good side. Spurs didn't look so great at Palace, despite the win.Tottenham vs Swansea will be a good watch too, since the two of them trounced the opposition on Thursday. I think there will be goals aplenty in that game.
Objective - to keep above Palace, Hull & Cardiff, as far as possible for as long as possible. Let the new guys all kill each other.West Ham vs. Newcastle will be a bit of a battle of mediocrity, but I think they are direct competitors for a top ten finish. Stoke vs. Sunderland is another "league table derby" as I like to call it. It's an important game for both of them to keep their heads above a relegation battle.
What's with the Bluebirds playing in red? It seems to have sparked some controversies.
Guess they want to be on the winning side of things. Red>blue
New home colours are, ... errr ... RED!Wiki said:In 2012, Cardiff City was rebranded by the club's Malaysian owner, Vincent Tan. This included the change of the club's home colours and crest.
Yeah, it is also a cracking result for Man U & Chelsea clubs & fans, who have a match this evening at Old Trafford. Maybe a draw would not be such a bad result now, but I still think Man U will win one way or another.Well done by Cardiff!
Any ideas on who Liverpool may be targeting?And a great goal by Sturridge to win the game. I really fancy Liverpool, they've got great potential in the current squad. If they keep adding quality, and keep what they've already got, then they'll soon enough be challenging for the top 4 again. And they've shown with Suarez that they're not just going to let them leave.
I agree, I think they have done well getting Toure on a free transfer already and hope that Coutinho keeps doing what he does well.Some more depth in the defence and a quality winger is what I'm guessing they're after. There were rumours about Willian at some point, before first Tottenham, and now finally Chelsea "took over" that deal
May be, but that 'new manager' - it all depends on how the players react when it becomes obvious that they will not win it this season.Not Chelsea? I don't know quite who I believe in for the title, but it's got to be either one of the Manchester clubs or Chelsea. Despite Citys loss yesterday.
In any case, we'll probably get a clearer idea about that later today