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West Ham United vs Manchester City
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Zeshii 5 months ago
Manchester City, Canada 0 85
Might not be Pep, but I'm definitely sure it won't be United. Crazy as it sounds but I don't see United winning the Prem with Mourinho. The few wins against the big clubs and 2nd place have hidden just how mediocre United have been. Liverpool or City are gonna take it next season. That I'm certain of
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Zeshii 5 months ago
Manchester City, Canada 0 85
English refs are truly ridiculous. I always thought people were just exaggerating when they complained about how bad they were. It's absurd how Sterling pen wasn't given. These refs need to be fined lol
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Sabiol 5 months ago
Argentina 0 564
thank you sabaleta. you will always be a citizen...
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Wednuf372 5 months ago
Juventus 0 321
Jesus is something else, small but effective target man
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Zeshii 5 months ago
Manchester City, Canada 0 85
English refs are truly ridiculous. I always thought people were just exaggerating when they complained about how bad they were. It's absurd how Sterling pen wasn't given. These refs need to be fined lol
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Xerxes 5 months ago
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They truly are stupid, Adrian cowardly hit Jesus (absolutely on purpose) which deserved straight red. Things mean players do when they realize the ref is too stupid to notice them.
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PrincessBosnia 5 months ago
Manchester City, Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 210
Zabaleta <3 thank you
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Lambo91 5 months ago Edited
Juventus, Italy 0 2436
I can easily see Manchester City to be the next Juventus EPL team who will win the title every season as long as Pep stays in City with this talented team he's managing.
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I can easily se Manchester City to be the next Juventus EPL team who will win the title every season as long as Pep stays in City with this talented team he's managing.
Gennady 5 months ago
Manchester United, Russia 257 3139
Nah I doubt it. I think it'll be United next season and who knows who will come to take charge of Arsenal and Chelsea and how will that play out. Premier League is very very competitive and winning it two times in a row now is very hard. Don't get me wrong, Pep will be in the race, but I don't think he'll win it again.
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Zeshii 5 months ago
Manchester City, Canada 0 85
Might not be Pep, but I'm definitely sure it won't be United. Crazy as it sounds but I don't see United winning the Prem with Mourinho. The few wins against the big clubs and 2nd place have hidden just how mediocre United have been. Liverpool or City are gonna take it next season. That I'm certain of
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Golazo111 5 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Defending the title is much harder than winning it.
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hbeck1 5 months ago
Bayern Munich 0 123
i see city as one of me consistent teams under pep but liverpool might have a bigger peak.. liverpool really needs to fix the defense tho on the other hand manu solid defense but no clue how to score goals
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the_bald_genius 5 months ago
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not easy though, especially when pep's more pressured on winning the ucl. many teams are looking forward to counter his tactic on inverted fullbacks tho. only time will tell.
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LoveKavi 5 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 626
Depends how other teams progress in the summer. Chelsea will have an overhaul. Liverpool don't look like they are slowing down, especially with a potential CL on the way. United can possibly become stronger too.
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Wednuf372 5 months ago
Juventus 0 321
I think so. Other teams may win and stuff, but so far city is the most consistent in epl
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LoveKavi 5 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 626
Also, the League could demise into a part where other leagues struggled after their glory years. I think the money is the only thing just about keeping the EPL alive, many root aspects like English youth struggling for game time because of bigger foreign names, to just over spending and over hyping can contribute to it's downfall. It does seem the league is getting better though, CL was way more promising this year with more British sides in the mix. United failed hard, Spurs were very close, Chelsea just broke down. City and Liverpool were both strong and could easily have been the 2 finalists. Maybe next year if things keep going upwards, the EPL may rise again. I can see 5 EPL teams in the Last 16 in CL next season again and maybe even further.
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