the nice thing about being a united fan in 2020 is no one ever accuses you of bandwagoning
As much as I dislike VAR in total, it is obvious that the idiot in charge of it in the EPL is making it worse than it should be.
The 18 do not count? Any reason other than jumping on the EPL bandwagon? Football existed before 1992. Just saying.Liverpool and all their bandwagon fans are the absolute fucking worst. Enjoy that 1st title.
is this really your take? I have seen teams dominate the league, I have seen teams a bunch, but if your take is that Liverpool are winning games due to a defense and mistakes and the ref’s you might need to reevaluate.The Premier League sucks this year with Liverpool in all the games when I'm awake, playing great defense, and getting gifted 1 goal wins with a decision or stupid mistake by the other team. Also, what's up with the lack of Monday games?
Of course, I always thought it was weird when people frame it like that, Just being a prick.I am backtracking
The 18 do not count? Any reason other than jumping on the EPL bandwagon? Football existed before 1992. Just saying.
is this really your take? I have seen teams dominate the league, I have seen teams a bunch, but if your take is that Liverpool are winning games due to a defense and mistakes and the ref’s you might need to reevaluate.
or maybe all these games you are forced to watch,you actually watch. I mean we have the best defensive record, and the second top scorer’s.
And Mane, Mo and Bobby are not perhaps the best forward line in the league.
the Ev and Man City talked all last year about VAR being the reason we would struggle to not get relegated this year, now it is a conspiracy for us to win the league.
Your take is almost as mad as them lot, not quite, but almost.
Yeah. I would say Wolves were in control with Liverpool looking pretty sluggish from about the 35 minute mark until basically Firmino scored. Several times Wolves looked like getting a second.Couldn't really follow the game today, but it appears Wolves were unlucky to not get something out of the game.
just wondering if UEFA is making an example of a 'lesser' team and this is just a shot of the bow to Real, Barcelona, PSG.So while Man City are obviously in breach of the FFP rules I am way more interested in how their fans are freaking out about this than the actual consequences. I assume it will be reduced on appeal.
Also interested in how the EPL react as if guilty of breaking UeFA riles they broke EPL rules.
Do they retroactive punish them? Think the investigation was 2012-16(?) or a points punishment? Would amuse me greatly if they do a point penalty for next year.