Early Morning Edition
Liverpool - Man United 14.05
Stoke City - Arsenal - 16:15
>tfw work behind a bar every fucking weekend
need another job tbf
>Roman Abramovich has personally assured Branislav Ivanovic he has a future at Chelsea.
>Liverpool - Man United 14.05
Both teams are at their worst in my lifetime yet this is still the biggest fixture in English football.
Sugar daddy teams and flash in the pan teams BTFO. You will never get matches with as much hype as this fixture
COME ON UNITED.
Literally this. Only virgin losers that never get invited anywhere are even awake at this time on Sunday.
I'm only awake because I just got back from a long night producing MOTD, frantically speeding across the country to get to the stadiums perfectly recreating the games from earlier in the day to present for viewers
went out with the lads for my birthday, feeling pretty worse for wear today. drank whatever was shoved into my hand. was gonna try and head to the pub to watch the united match but don't think ill make it, gonna comfy watch it with snacks and /sp/
You're only saying that because Chelsea are doing so poorly. I'm a Chelsea fan as well, but it's objectively a pretty decent season, mainly because of Leicester, and also >Van Gaal. Bretty good parity at the top.
Do you think we should make any signings in January? I think Hiddink said Chelsea wouldn't be doing any business, which is worrying. If there are any quality players that aren't cup-tied for the CL, that would be great.
Laporte in pls.
Hiddink has said hes not staying after this season, spending now would be pointless, any decent players are cup tied and teams wont sell them mid season and it would just be an FFP hit and inhibit summer spending.
Plus they would inevitably flop for us anyway
t b h before this terrible season it looked like we were getting things right in the transfer market, so one bad half season doesn't mean that every player who signs for Chelsea flops. Zouma didn't, Willian didn't, Costa and Cesc didn't.
I don't think players are always going to be more expensive in January, it depends, and if a quality signing is available Chelsea should always be looking to improve.
emenalo completly fucked up, he ignored mou when he gave him a list of targets and a season projection in april, got bent over the barrel for baba, and waited untill the last 2 weeks of the window to panic bid for stones
and now we are linked with players like vardy and lavezzi.
born and raised in london ontario
I don't know. Ideally I would like a cb now so Chelsea has a chance to finish top6 and win the FA cup, or a fullback (because let's face it, we can't pretend Baba doesn't exist) to replace Brani. They shouldn't spend big though, the next manager should have the possibility to waste as much cash as it is possible.
Yeah the last transfer window was a massive flop. Djilobodji and Michael Hector was just pure retardation but I have to admit I was back then pleased with the signing of Pedro. However you should remember that he's also responsible for signing players like Lukaku, De Bruyne and Willian. It wasn't his fault that Mou fucked up the Lukaku/De Bruyne situations.
Thing is we don't know the targets Mourinho wanted.
Papy is the one transfer I don't understand. Hector, ok, he's meat for the loan army, but Djiloboji? he's not even interesting enough for me to think there was something shady going on.
>mfw Djilobodji is actually a GOAT CB but we'll never know because he'll never play
He was sort of rated in France
If there are no signings I hope the rest of the season is spent on evaluating the youngsters properly. Kenedy, RLC and Traore should all be getting game time.
If Chelsea don't sign Stones, one of their rivals will. I'd rather have Laporte who as I recall had a release clause(?), but if not then I think it's worth overpaying for Stones. He WILL become a very good defender. His current manager is also known for being poor defensively, and Tim Howard is having a nightmare season.
He's also the kind of player that we could attract even without CL.
Actually on second though, that'll never happen, Hiddink only being here for the year means he won't care about the youth and will only care about doing well enough to make himself look good and help him get another job.
Yeah this shit team isnt going to get top 4, as soon as 4th becomes completely unrealistic like almost 20 points away i think hiddink will give the youfs a lot more time and focus on the FA cup.
Kek. His personal goal must be to spend his entire career out on loan.
>In June 2015, Laporte extended his link until 2019 with a release clause of €50 million.
I don't watch Laliga so I can't judge him but I can't think of any other rated CB available. Well there is Dragovic, I remember people liking him when he was playing for Basel.
What do you mean? Chelsea have been the dominant team in recent years when it comes to English youth football. They consistently have been in the FA youth cup final. It makes you wonder whether all of those ruined careers should have amounted to something.
RLC for instance would be getting played at any other club in the league bar City.
How come the CL winning, second most successful team in the PL era team known as Chelsea isn't a "proper club"
You ABCs are funny
All of your posts have been incredibly intelligent and insightful thus far :^)
>nobody has mentioned that west ham are being linked with balotelli
>he's changed since mancini la'
>brenny can manage him la'
>turns out to be yet another failure
You now remember the Manx Liverpool bandwagoner saying he was going to be a great signing: http://archive.4plebs.org/sp/thread/52126719/#52127074
This from the guy who thinks RLC would play for everyone minus City.
He's a promising talent but let's not pretend he's some Rooney/Wilshere tier youff who comes in and takes games by the scruff of the neck from the get go.
Balotelli to West Ham is a guaranteed disaster. He'd probably stop caring about them after 2 weeks because they aren't a big club and spend most of his time partying in London nightclubs.
>mfw he was regarded as one of the best youngsters in the world at one point
Feel a bit bad about all the abuse the Indians get on /sp/ and /int/, pretty sure all of the posters are middle/upper-middle class and actually poo in a loo, otherwise they wouldn't have internet and a computer.
lmao both united and liverpool are owned by american oligarchs
They are the exact definition of sugar daddy team, but I guess because they have "history" it doesnt count right
Manure v Livershit is the most plastic fixture on the calendar
it was fucking hilarious and i think the scoreline was 4-0 or something ridiculous.
all my friends are manure or shitty or arse. not many chelsea but i am.
anyway. this will be a comfy night and i'll have monday off from my parttime.
first liverpoop-manure then stoke-arse then seahawks then broncos then aus open.
Boro and Hull will probably get automatically promoted
The difference is that, especially with united and arsenal, not sure about Liverpool, the clubs don't need their owner to inject any money because they generate enough money independently
>vardy hasnt scored in his last 6(SIX) games
Are Arsenal and Spurs the new "biggest rivals" in the league?