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AshtonGreat

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  1. The game should be replayed, surely?
  2. They were, but that's because they were an underdog. Leicester probably wasn't a very good example as they are quite exciting these days.
  3. I wouldn't be too excited, I must be honest. I rarely watch live Premier League games unless they involve the big clubs (or someone in my FF team!). But that could certainly change in the near future. I agree that something needed to be done to burst the bubble.
  4. Perhaps this could be the big reset that football so desperately needs. I think it could be a long process though. As things stand, no one is going to get excited about a Premier League title race involving Palace, Wolves, Villa and Leicester
  5. Yeah I suppose so. Relatively elite anyway - I guess they have to make the numbers up somehow :laugh:
  6. Sadly I think you're right I agree, but I seem to remember a similar thing happening when the Champions League was introduced. I'm sure there was a lot of opposition to that at first, but of course, football fans being football fans, they soon lapped it up.
  7. No I realise that. But still, it's ridiculous to see Arsenal in an 'elite' European football competition?
  8. No it won't happen. Money always talks in the end. Very sad. Hopefully fans will finally decide enough is enough when players start routinely getting £600,000 a week salaries. It's sick really.
  9. Definitely Leicester - they're much more exciting than Arsenal these days
  10. How do Arsenal and Spurs deserve a place at that table? Never even won the Champions League. Porto should be there ahead of those two
  11. I didn't even know Laurel and Hardy were still here
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