Stuff that happened today:
ramires close to joining random chinese club for £25 fucking million
leeds sign diagouraga
steve sidwell joins brighton on loan
leicester submit £10 million bid for eder (the sampdoria one not the shit swansea one)
atsu joins malaga on loan
watford agree personal terms with mario suarez
pochettino literally forces levy to stop being such a jew and agree a compromised fee for townsend with newcastle
>You mean 10 POINT FIVE million
>Paying 1 million hours of sports direct wages for Obertan 2.0
>Spurs want £14m
>Newcastle bid £10m which is rejected
>Newcastle fuck off
>"N-no p-pls we were only joking!"
>Newcastle get their man
>burnley had 3 penalties last season
>missed 2 of them
>those 2 missed penalties cost them 5 points
>if they had 5 extra points last season they would have stayed up ahead of villa
feels bad man
And Levy got an extra half a mil
Well Levy'd, Levy
never liked townsend, scored a few worldies in good form then he was all over tv being praised as the next bale, constantly on itvs punditry. He thinks too highly of himself and has done nothing since those few good games he played
Still cant be any worse than that little faggot toe-van
>there will never be another team as pathetic as watford 06/07 or derby 07/08 in the BPL again
All the bottom teams go on meme-runs now, suddenly winning 10 in a row and fighting for Europa League spots. I miss the old times, when good team where good and bad teams where just bad.
say nae more senpai
>The issue is concerning a major issue
Jesus Christ already
I'm not reading this shit
>that Derby side
Fucking hell every time
Villa are absolutely screwed this season though
It's funny though, it reminds me of a friend of mine who's also an Arsenal fan (who also unironically switched to City for like 3 months and then went back to Arsenal), and he's been calling Santi Carzorla "Garzola", still does. Arsenal fans truly are the worst.
>Leicester have two penalties this month
>against mongo teams
>memerhez misses both
>if they had four extra points they would be seven points clear
feels bad man
25 mill for Ramieres is a fucking great deal for Chelsea.
He's been too much of a liability for Chelsea, always looks like he could get a red but I'll always be thankful for THAT goal against Barca.
£37m for Mata was a reasonable valuation based on how he was playing before he was sold.
Man U played him out of position and in a different role then wondered why he didn't perform.
I just don't get this. Another out of form, past it striker for silly wages.
Even if he does somehow turn it around and get some form, he's 29, you'll only get 2-3 quality seasons at the very best.
I'd rather field Bamford.
He's been best used to spearhead fast counters. The problem is when he's played against teams that are unadvenerous and don't allow for counter-attacking.
Must be good wages in China because there are a lot of premier league sides who'd benefit from him.
I knew a girl who was in a Christian cult that didn't allow dancing or alcohol. All the girls wore denim skirts, for some reason too. She drank a shot of Appenzeller once, and we're still not sure if she knew it was alcohol.
So I guess it's not too farfetched that one might ban sports.
Chelsea have a really terrible person in charge of their buys in the form of Emenalo.
Buying young, expensive but not really proven players in positions Chelsea already have strong players in, then keeps buying past it shit for positions that Chelsea desperately need.
It was obvious at the end of last season that a strong second choice striker and an alternative to Fabregas were needed.
I can't blame Emenalo to be honest, until this summer he actually bough good players, and under another manager both Lukaku and De Bruyne could have stayed. But it is worrying how Chelsea is lacking in the strikers zone, all the money spent for the right wing, the fact the midfield is far from the best around (that's common for the all the EPL teams though, I can't think of a good midfield in the league),
>Sunderland and Newcastle United will meet in a secret Wear-Tyne derby at the Stadium of Light this week. Sportsmail understands that senior players will be involved in the game, which comes just seven weeks before they are due to face each other in the Premier League. The decision to organise the practice match so close to their survival showdown at St James’ Park has stunned backroom staff.
Not opening that article tbqh. No particular reason.
She'll end up with some british celebrity soon