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    Followed by a cheeky goal by Salah. 2-0 just before half.

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    Fore!

    I mean, four!

    Salah with 2 goals and 2 assists.

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    Roberto Fivemino.

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    Blackburn Rovers are going back up to the Championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JF_Gophers View Post
    Blackburn Rovers are going back up to the Championship.
    Not bad for a team that actually won the PL in 1995 (say hello to your future Leicester!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    Not bad for a team that actually won the PL in 1995
    Very first one, right?

    Rovers is a team that belongs* in D-1. Good for them.


    * Also: Leeds, Wolves, Forest, Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday, and PNE. How's that working out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Very first one, right?

    Rovers is a team that belongs* in D-1. Good for them.


    * Also: Leeds, Wolves, Forest, Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday, and PNE. How's that working out?
    No, first Premier League season was 1992-93, won by (duh) Manchester United.

    Blackburn won because Alan Shearer scored a ****ton of goals and Manchester United drew on the last day. Oh and Eric Cantona, Man U’s best player, kung fu kicking a fan and getting suspended the rest of the season.

    And after Blackburn won in 1994-95, Arsenal and Manchester United traded titles for the next 10 years until Chelsea won 2004-05. Manchester City has bought of couple of titles, Leicester won somehow and that’s the history of the Premier League.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    No, first Premier League season was 1992-93, won by (duh) Manchester United.

    Blackburn won because Alan Shearer scored a ****ton of goals and Manchester United drew on the last day. Oh and Eric Cantona, Man U’s best player, kung fu kicking a fan and getting suspended the rest of the season.

    And after Blackburn won in 1994-95, Arsenal and Manchester United traded titles for the next 10 years until Chelsea won 2004-05. Manchester City has bought of couple of titles, Leicester won somehow and that’s the history of the Premier League.
    United and Arsenal didn't buy their titles too? Just City?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    No, first Premier League season was 1992-93, won by (duh) Manchester United.

    Blackburn won because Alan Shearer scored a ****ton of goals and Manchester United drew on the last day. Oh and Eric Cantona, Man U’s best player, kung fu kicking a fan and getting suspended the rest of the season.

    And after Blackburn won in 1994-95, Arsenal and Manchester United traded titles for the next 10 years until Chelsea won 2004-05. Manchester City has bought of couple of titles, Leicester won somehow and that’s the history of the Premier League.
    Wow. That's... really boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticapnews View Post
    United and Arsenal didn't buy their titles too? Just City?
    No, it was just the most convenient way to put them in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Wow. That's... really boring.
    It’s not anything new, Liverpool won 11 times between 1972 and 1990 (and 4 European Cups).

    And England is actually one of the more competitive leagues compared to other places in Europe, especially Spain or Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Wow. That's... really boring.
    like Yankees and patsies....
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    TFC beats Chivas 2-1. Ties in aggregate. Ties in away goals.

    Extra time? nope. Straight to penalties and Chivas prevails.

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    TFC beats Chivas 2-1. Ties in aggregate. Ties in away goals.

    Extra time? nope. Straight to penalties and Chivas prevails.
    hmm, I always thought that was 30 minutes of extra time first? didn't realize that didn't happen...sounds like TFC was controlling play towards the end and had a golden chance to win in the final 5 minutes?

    I wanted TFC to win but I got a pretty good laugh at seeing the tweet that the last kick of the game was Bradley sailing his PK over the bar...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shirtless Guy View Post
    hmm, I always thought that was 30 minutes of extra time first? didn't realize that didn't happen...sounds like TFC was controlling play towards the end and had a golden chance to win in the final 5 minutes?

    I wanted TFC to win but I got a pretty good laugh at seeing the tweet that the last kick of the game was Bradley sailing his PK over the bar...
    There were no stops, just 2 misses by TFC, the other was off the crossbar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shirtless Guy View Post
    hmm, I always thought that was 30 minutes of extra time first? didn't realize that didn't happen...sounds like TFC was controlling play towards the end and had a golden chance to win in the final 5 minutes?
    It’s a weird thing but yes you’re allowed to go straight to kicks from the mark.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shirtless Guy View Post
    I wanted TFC to win but I got a pretty good laugh at seeing the tweet that the last kick of the game was Bradley sailing his PK over the bar...
    You’d think they’d learn that Bradley should not take a kick, he missed against Panama at the Gold Cup and had it saved against Seattle.

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    Sigh... Literally the only rule FIFA seems to apply is no governmental interference.


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    There's the excuse for Morocco 2026
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    I came for the waters. I stayed for the World Cup.

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    Hey, come on now! He’s just helping to secure the World Cup his son is definitely going to play in...

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