Premier League Discussion 9 10 & 11th Sept 2017

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Premier League Discussion 9 10 & 11th Sept 2017

Postby garlicsauce » Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:28 am

Discussion & Selections on all Premier League games for Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Man City v Liverpool - ko 12.30
Arsenal v Bournemouth - ko 15.00
Brighton v West Brom - ko 15.00
Everton v Spurs - ko 15.00
Leicester v Chelsea - ko 15.00
Southampton v Watford - ko 15.00
Stoke v Man Utd - ko 17.30

Burnley v Crystal Palace - ko 13.30
Swansea v Newcastle - ko 16.00

West Ham v Huddersfield - ko 20.00

What will you be watching and betting on?

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Re: Premier League Discussion 9 10 & 11th Sept 2017

Postby Division » Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:44 pm

English Premier League
Man City v Liverpool
Bet: Both Teams To Score & Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.75 Coral
Estimated Win Percentage: 65.8%
Stake: €49

English Premier League
Stoke v Manchester United
Bet: Exactly 2 or 3 Goals @ 2.1 Bet Victor
Estimated Win Percentage: 54.1%
Stake: €49

€200 to €10,000 Bet Log: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=62424

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Re: Premier League Discussion 9 10 & 11th Sept 2017

Postby redhammer » Tue Sep 05, 2017 7:01 pm

We, West Ham, are in trouble, for those who do not know what has gone on in the last few days, here you go....

Mark Noble after beating Manchester United 3-2 in the last ever game at Upton Park 'this club ain't run like a circus anymore', well, i will let you judge

After the 3-0 defeat to Newcastle, Bilic support within fans was gone, 85% in polls suggested it was time to say goodbye, lovely bloke, but not good enough, last season was poor and so far this season there has been little improvement. Sullivan had to decide to sack or back, with the transfer window closing in a matter of days and a big transfer kitty left, or so we thought....

All summer we chased William Carvalho, Slav wanted him and had said he was confident of getting it done, the fans were hopeful we would see him for the Saints game...nope, but we expected him for the Newcastle one....nope.

Deadline day come around, a net spend of £18m, after being promised the move to the London Stadium, against many fans wishes, was to compete with the bigger teams in the market, to get to the 'next level' (a term they - the board - used, not the fans)....ticket sales alone generates an extra £12m a year.

Deadline day come around, we were all wondering what players were going to come, bottom of the table, 10 goals conceded in 3 and a shocking performance at Newcastle, but nothing happened, nobody came, fans were angry, fans were pointing the finger at co-chairman David Sullivan, who fancies himself as director of football as well, 'where is they money?', 'where is Carvalho?'....Sullivan had to back or sack, but somehow did neither.

The following day, late on, David Sullivan released a statement, pinning the blame on Slaven Bilic, claiming he is happy with the squad, the squad of 20 senior players, despite him publicly wanting Carvalho and a 'one out, one in' policy (2 players left), so as far as the fans are concerned, Bilic is 3 short, yet the chairman threw the manager under the bus, claiming Sporting accepted his offer so late in the day we couldn't get a medical done.....for the player who was playing and scoring for Portugal the same night (Yet he has forgot you can do a medical after the deadline as long as the paperwork is done). His plan to deflect the blame onto the manager massively backfired, polls suggested 85-90% of fans wanted the board out. There has been many lies about the London Stadium and this was one too far for Sullivan. 'wow; you say? that is not all

The following day, Sporting Lisbon accused David Sullivan of lying, claiming they received no such bid from West Ham during the window and asked him to provide proof of this bid, while that has not been provided so far, his son took to twitter to announce that West Ham are now taking legal action over the comments.

Some fan groups have arranged for flags and banners to be made, fan funded, as they believe Monday night is time to stand up against the owners, stand up against the lies, and have their say. A year ago Karren Brady issued season ticket holders with a letter 'sit down or be banned' which resulted in every home fan standing up singing 'we'll stand where we want' and plenty aggro with stewards and fans. Monday will be interesting.

The circus is back. Monday night is huge for Bilic and Sullivan will be sitting in the stands with more knives, he needs to remove the attention and sacking the manager will do just that.

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Re: Premier League Discussion 9 10 & 11th Sept 2017

Postby Kessy1971 » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:56 am

My bet for the Monday night game is a west ham win with over 1,5 @7to5

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