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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1560 on: November 08, 2014, 01:10:48 PM »
Eh, that 1st half in the QPRvCity game was madness.

2 disallowed QPR goals
QPR take the lead on a debatable offside
City hit back with a debatable offside, and hand ball goal.

and now an own-goal!

The improvement in QPR in the last few weeks has been amazing.


Zamora had Demichelis in knots on that cross.

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1561 on: November 08, 2014, 01:12:11 PM »
Eh, that 1st half in the QPRvCity game was madness.

2 disallowed QPR goals
QPR take the lead on a debatable offside
City hit back with a debatable offside, and hand ball goal.

and now an own-goal!

The improvement in QPR in the last few weeks has been amazing.


Zamora had Demichelis in knots on that cross.

Bachanal this game.

Same ball as the first City goal, no handball this time.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1562 on: November 22, 2014, 01:37:43 PM »
Hard luck dey, Arsenal. Pity allyuh eh get at least ah point.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1563 on: November 22, 2014, 01:53:04 PM »
Albion and Chelsea was sleep-inducing ... probably might have been a slightly different game, but not necessarily outcome ... had Costa's goal been ruled offside. As typically happens, the good luck genie will probably tax Chelsea on a bigger stage ... perhaps the CL.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1564 on: December 14, 2014, 08:18:30 AM »
Man Utd v Liverpool

Sturridge's absence being felt here. Pool cyah even buy a vowel.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1565 on: December 18, 2014, 12:31:22 PM »
Balotelli handed one-match ban

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been banned for one match, fined £25,000 and ordered to attend to an education course after making racist and anti-semitic comments on social media.

The Italian international last week accepted a charge of an aggravated breach of Football Association rule E3, relating to references of ethnic origin, colour, race, nationality or religion or belief, after his posting of an image of computer game character Super Mario on Instagram.

Balotelli did not request a personal hearing but submitted written mitigation to an independent disciplinary panel. The FA said in a statement: "Following an independent regulatory commission hearing today Mario Balotelli has been fined £25,000, suspended for one-match with immediate effect, subject to any appeal, and warned as to his future conduct after he admitted breaching FA rules in relation to social media.

"The charge was that an image the Liverpool player posted on social media was abusive and/or insulting and/or improper, contrary to FA rule E3(1). Furthermore, the posting was considered to be an "aggravated breach" as defined in FA rule E3(2) in that it included a reference to ethnic origin and/or colour and/or race and/or nationality and/or religion or belief. Mr Balotelli has also been ordered to attend an education programme."

Liverpool said they were awaiting the full written verdict from the panel but did not rule out further action against the player by the club. A Liverpool spokesman said: "The club acknowledges the decision reached by the independent panel and due consideration will be given to the written judgement once we receive it from the FA.

"Any further action taken by ourselves in relation to this matter is between the club and player." The day after his posting - which he quickly deleted - Balotelli apologised by writing on Twitter: "I apologize if I've offended anyone. The post was meant to be anti-racist with humour. I now understand that out of context (it) may have the opposite effect."

Balotelli, 24, deleted the offending post as criticism began to mount but FA guidelines state that "deleting an inappropriate posting, whilst advisable, does not necessarily prevent disciplinary action being taken".

The striker will now miss Liverpool's match at home to Arsenal on Sunday, subject to any appeal.

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1566 on: December 20, 2014, 02:08:27 PM »
City reel Chelsea in, Falcao ends United wait

Manchester City beat Crystal Palace 3-0 to move level with Premier League leaders Chelsea, while Radamel Falco earned Manchester United a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa.

City were missing Sergio Aguero, Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic due to injury, but they secured an eighth consecutive win in all competitions thanks to David Silva's second-half brace and a late Yaya Toure strike. Victory left City level on 39 points with Chelsea, who remain top by virtue of a superior goal difference (+23 to +22) ahead of their trip to Stoke City on Monday.

"It was a very good win," City manager Manuel Pellegrini said. "A very good performance. I enjoyed the way the team worked the whole week -- to work in a different way without strikers. I did think December is a key month to be in the fight for the title, and if you want to be involved you must be very near the top of the table. I hope we continue playing like this."

United spurned a chance to close on Chelsea after dropping points for the first time in seven matches at Villa, who had Gabriel Agbonlahor sent off in the 65th minute for a foul on former team-mate Ashley Young. The draw ended United's run of six straight wins and left Louis van Gaal's side seven points off the pace in third place, while West Ham United, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur all closed on them.

At the Etihad Stadium, City started with James Milner as an auxiliary striker and after growing into the game, the champions went ahead four minutes into the second half. From Fernandinho's pass, Pablo Zabaleta scuttled into the area before cutting the ball back for Silva, who beat Julian Speroni with the aid of a deflection off Scott Dann.

Silva claimed his second goal in the 61st minute, neatly steering home at the near post from Aleksandar Kolarov's left-wing centre. James McArthur thought he had replied for Palace moments later when he headed Yannick Bolasie's cross past Hart, but although Fernandinho appeared to have played him onside, the assistant referee's flag went up. Toure made the game safe for City in the 81st minute, collecting a square pass from Milner and slamming home left-footed at the near post.

Villa frustrate United, Austin scores hat-trick in QPR win
Christian Benteke put Villa 1-0 up in the 18th minute at home against United by chesting down a deep free-kick, stepping inside Jonny Evans and curling a fine left-foot shot inside the left-hand post.

David de Gea produced a stunning save to tip a header from Benteke over the bar early in the second half, before Falcao met Young's cross with a powerful 53rd-minute header to claim his first goal since October. United's record signing Angel di Maria made his return from a hamstring injury as a replacement for Robin van Persie, but despite Agbonlahor being shown a straight red card for catching Young, Villa held on.

Fourth-place West Ham are now just a point behind United after beating bottom club Leicester City 2-0 at Upton Park. Andy Carroll seized on West Ham old boy Paul Konchesky's disastrous back-pass to put the hosts ahead in the 24th minute and Stewart Downing made it 2-0 in the 56th minute with a stunning 25-yard effort.

Southampton are two points further back after ending a five-game losing streak by beating Everton 3-0 thanks to a Romelu Lukaku own goal and second-half efforts from Graziano Pelle and Maya Yoshida.

Tottenham leapfrogged Arsenal, who host Liverpool on Sunday, by beating Burnley 2-1. Ashley Barnes cancelled out Harry Kane's headed opener for Spurs with a blistering shot from 20 yards, but Erik Lamela gave the hosts victory with a swerving long-range effort ten minutes before half-time.

Charlie Austin took his tally for the season to 11 goals with a hat-trick as Queens Park Rangers came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at home to West Bromwich Albion, who scored through Joleon Lescott and Silvestre Varela. The win took QPR out of the relegation zone, but Hull City remain in the bottom three after Jonjo Shelvey's shot deflected in off Ki Sung-Yueng to earn Swansea City a 1-0 victory at the KC Stadium

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1567 on: December 30, 2014, 12:28:06 PM »
What!!!!!!!!!!!!! This forum have to be drunk. Liverpool beat Swansea and not an iota of comment? Pool fans, allyuh is macajuel now. All that food and liquor put allyuh to sleep!!!!

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1568 on: December 30, 2014, 02:13:14 PM »
What!!!!!!!!!!!!! This forum have to be drunk. Liverpool beat Swansea and not an iota of comment? Pool fans, allyuh is macajuel now. All that food and liquor put allyuh to sleep!!!!

Daiz cause they know that "new" tactics cyah win nothing other than a few games vs middle level teams.

Swansea didn't even try to do anything. They just went through the motion.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1569 on: January 17, 2015, 01:25:43 PM »
Shocking o call by the Ref to deny NC a penalty on a blatant handball.

On the other side Elia made himself known.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1570 on: March 21, 2015, 07:11:43 AM »
I don't know what went on with that red card, but the ref make this game real boring.
Pulis have no problems dropping everybody into the box.

Navas must have some dirt on Pellegrini, his wide play and crosses are terrible.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1571 on: March 21, 2015, 10:13:37 AM »
Newcastle scored a beautiful goal on the Gunners. But Arsenal holding on 2-1.

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1572 on: March 21, 2015, 01:55:14 PM »
I don't know what went on with that red card, but the ref make this game real boring.
Pulis have no problems dropping everybody into the box.

Navas must have some dirt on Pellegrini, his wide play and crosses are terrible.

His crosses are errant at times, but his pace and playmaking ability on the right are a real threat.  Not sure they have a replacement for him in bothy attack and defense on the right.

Newcastle scored a beautiful goal on the Gunners. But Arsenal holding on 2-1.

It really was a sweet goal... Ayoze Perez is a player, as is Remy Cabella.  I thought the two of them, Mousa Sissokho and Darryl Janmaat were the standout players for Newcastle and the first three combined nicely to slice Arsenal apart for the Newcastle goal.  Newcastle were unfortunate not to get anything from the game, good game for the neutral, despite the low score.

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1573 on: March 21, 2015, 02:20:26 PM »
The build up for Newcastle goal was absolutely delightful. Bakes, you are correct that Newcastle were unfortunate not to get a point from their endeavor today.
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1574 on: March 21, 2015, 03:04:09 PM »
I know this is not the Italian league thread. Just saw an equalizing goal by Cagliari against AC. AC in the Cag. area making short passes and they lost it. Cagliari took the ball from their area to Milan area with 5 passes. The Cagliari left wing put Mexes on his bottom with a wicked beat and as the keeper try to make the goal small, the Cag. forward slid the ball under the keeper for a wonderful goal. But guess what, credit to AC, the scored within 3 mins to take the lead again. Mexes, the man who was on the receiving end two mins ago, scored a wicked half volley from a corner kick. What a way to recover. Nice game.

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1575 on: March 21, 2015, 04:20:11 PM »
The build up for Newcastle goal was absolutely delightful. Bakes, you are correct that Newcastle were unfortunate not to get a point from their endeavor today.
Arsenal lost the midfield battle in the second half but were equally unfortunate not to be out of sight by half time, slicing through Newcastle at will late in the first.

The team couldn't get out of their half in the second period but dealt well with Newcastle's attack with strong penalty box defending and excellent goalkeeping.

Oh and Arsenal now lead the league in set piece goals. Who would have thought?
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« Reply #1576 on: April 06, 2015, 02:11:05 PM »
I repeat again. I don't know how Navas keeps getting a sweat.

Pardew for Manager of the Year?
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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1577 on: April 06, 2015, 02:15:54 PM »
Crystal Palace 2-0 up lol.  Pellegrini ask the 4th official to signal a sub for Kompany and then what happened, he changed his mind?

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Re: 2014/15 English Premier League Thread.
« Reply #1578 on: April 06, 2015, 02:56:55 PM »
2-1, Palace? Was not expecting that!

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« Reply #1579 on: April 06, 2015, 03:22:11 PM »
 ;D chelsea need all d help dey could get....dey runnin outa steam and fast
I pity the fool....

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« Reply #1580 on: April 07, 2015, 01:58:32 PM »
I love a relegation battle.
Villa vs QPR. 2-2

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« Reply #1581 on: April 07, 2015, 02:25:58 PM »
Benteke is a beast!

3-3!
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« Reply #1582 on: April 07, 2015, 02:41:13 PM »
Game ends QPR 3 - Benteke 3. With another great goal to cap off a weekend of great goals.
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« Reply #1583 on: April 08, 2015, 09:04:28 AM »
Game ends QPR 3 - Benteke 3. With another great goal to cap off a weekend of great goals.
For a team in a relegation battle, QPR don't play bad at all. It's actually surprising to see them at the bottom of the table.

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« Reply #1584 on: April 26, 2015, 08:18:16 AM »
man u getting ah tactical beat down from everton
I pity the fool....

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« Reply #1585 on: May 16, 2015, 06:12:57 AM »
Villa trying hard to get relegated.
4-0, 27 minutes gone.
Should have been 5-0, Pelle had a good goal disallowed.

Mane get a hat-trick in 3 minutes.  :whip:
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2015/16 Barclays Premier League Thread
« Reply #1586 on: June 14, 2015, 09:02:02 AM »
West Ham to appoint 'club legend' to help Slaven Bilic
Jason Burt (The Telegraph).


West Ham United are planning to hire at least one former player – a "club legend" – to help new manager Slaven Bilic.

Names have already been put forward with West Ham hoping to replicate the success of Teddy Sheringham who worked as an attacking coach under Sam Allardyce and is now the manager of Stevenage.

Possible candidates include: John Hartson, Tony Cottee, Don Hutchinson and Dean Ashton while another idea is to also employ someone such as Julian Dicks on the staff. Bilic is himself a former West Ham player, of course.

No-one has yet been approached and it all depends on who wants to do it – and what coaching badges they have.

A more immediate concern for Bilic, who flew into London on Friday to start his new job, and with West Ham playing their first competitive match, in the Europa League, two weeks on Thursday, is to obtain work permits for two of his trusted backroom staff.

It is a formality for one of the Croatians, Edin Terzic, as he was born in Menden, Germany, and has an EU passport but for the other two, Nikola Jurcevic, the first-team coach, and Miljenko Rak, the fitness coach, there may be a hearing this week with West Ham hoping, given their vast experience, they will be backed by the Football Association.

Slaven Bilic appointed new West Ham manager
Jeremy Wilson (The Telegraph).


Slaven Bilic has set himself the target of turning West Ham United into Champions League challengers and is today also expected to make Sampdoria midfielder Peter Obiang his first signing.

Bilic was yesterday confirmed as the successor to Sam Allardyce on a three-year contract worth around £3 million per season and the club have also provisionally agreed a £4.3 million deal for Obiang, a 23-year-old former Spain Under-21 international. They are hoping to add as many as four other players this summer, although winger Andrew Ayew, who is out of contract at Marseille, was yesterday in talks to join Marseille.

Bilic move could prove inspired but it's a big risk.

West Ham turned to Bilic after missing out on a series of other managerial targets and, although his appointment has been enthusiastically welcomed by fans, the club have inserted a clause that would mean he would leave with no compensation in the event of relegation next season. Bilic has made it clear that he is aiming for a top half finish and then steadily build towards regular European football after the move to the Olympic Stadium next year. “The ambition is to try to be top ten, definitely and then improve on that,” he said. “First season, if we can finish eighth, ninth or tenth. Then, in the space of a few seasons, with the stadium and everything, with hype, with probably a little bit more budget, with good planning and good play, nobody can stop us dreaming of European places or if we have a brilliant season to try to break into the Champions League places."

Carlo Ancelotti, Rafa Benitez, Jurgen Klopp, David Moyes, Marcelo Bielsa and Unai Emery are among the other managers that were approached either directly or indirectly for the job, with West Ham hoping that the prospect of moving into the 54,000-seat capacity Olympic Stadium next season would help them lure a high-profile replacement. They now want Bilic to take the team to what they regard as the “next level” and be challenging for trophies. The move to the

Olympic Stadium will transform the club’s potential, particularly its matchday and commercial revenues, and there will be immediate scope for significant squad investment. Bilic will begin work later this month ahead of a first Europa League match on July 2.


Bilic became a cult hero at West Ham after Redknapp signed him from Karlsruher SC

Although replacing Allardcye with Bilic is clearly a risk in this final season at Upton Park before the move to the Olympic Stadium, he will begin with huge goodwill from fans after previously playing for the club in the 1990s. “It is a great place to play and I felt like I was at home,” said Bilic yesterday. “I could feel that they really wanted me so it was an easy choice. I remember West Ham as a special club. I love these kind of special clubs. My last club, Besiktas, was that kind of club. It's not about the size - there is something special about them - they are a cult club. It is not only business; it is personal, it is emotional.

"It’s impossible to have a bigger bond with a club in such a small period of time. Every day was something special and the fans at that point wanted us to not only stay up and win the game but to win in style but they wanted to see good football. It was not just about winning.”

David Sullivan and David Gold, the West Ham co-owners, have said that “there isn’t a more exciting job in the Premier League at present”.

Bilic’s past history with the club was certainly important, with Sullivan and Gold keen to appoint a manager who more in tune with the club’s fans and the so-called ‘West Ham Way’ than Allardyce. Yet while Bilic is assured a longer honeymoon, it will not be easy to immediately better Allardyce’s record. Having got West Ham promoted from the Championship in 2012, Allardyce has since established the club in the Premier League.

Although Bilic was hugely successful during six years with Croatia, peaking with the quarter-finals of Euro 2008, his club career has been more mixed. He spent one season with Lokomotiv Moscow but was sacked after leading the club to their worst league finish (ninth) since the Russian championship was formed in 1992. He then joined Besiktas in the Turkish Super Lig and they finished third in both seasons under him.

West Ham will hope that the combination of additional funds ahead of the stadium move and Bilic’s own popularity can recreate the sort of momentum, spirit and fervour that underpinned his success with Croatia. Rio Ferdinand, the former England captain, played with Bilic at West Ham previously and said that he was a personality who commanded dressing-room respect.

“He's a solid appointment,” said Ferdinand. “He had 18 months at West Ham where he was a very good player and someone I looked up to as a defender”.

Asked if he used to enjoy a “crafty cigarette” – Bilic would sometimes be seen smoking around the Croatia training base when he was manager – Ferdinand said: “You'll have to ask him that. He was a fantastic guy, a great professional.”
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Re: 2015/16 Barclays Premier League Thread
« Reply #1587 on: June 17, 2015, 11:32:53 AM »
Saturday, August 8th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Aston Villa
Arsenal v West Ham United
Chelsea v Swansea City
Everton v Watford
Leicester City v Sunderland
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Newcastle United v Southampton
Norwich City v Crystal Palace
Stoke City v Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

Saturday, August 15th, 2015

Aston Villa v Manchester United
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth
Manchester City v Chelsea
Southampton v Everton
Sunderland v Norwich City
Swansea City v Newcastle United
Tottenham Hotspur v Stoke City
Watford v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United v Leicester City

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

Arsenal v Liverpool
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Everton v Manchester City
Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Newcastle United
Norwich City v Stoke City
Sunderland v Swansea City
Watford v Southampton
West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea
West Ham United v AFC Bournemouth

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City
Aston Villa v Sunderland
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v West Ham United
Manchester City v Watford
Newcastle United v Arsenal
Southampton v Norwich City
Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion
Swansea City v Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton

Saturday, September 12th, 2015

Arsenal v Stoke City
Crystal Palace v Manchester City
Everton v Chelsea
Leicester City v Aston Villa
Manchester United v Liverpool
Norwich City v AFC Bournemouth
Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur
Watford v Swansea City
West Bromwich Albion v Southampton
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Saturday, September 19th, 2015

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Saturday, September 26th, 2015

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Manchester United v Sunderland
Newcastle United v Chelsea
Southampton v Swansea City
Stoke City v AFC Bournemouth
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Watford v Crystal Palace
West Bromwich Albion v Everton
West Ham United v Norwich City

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Watford
Arsenal v Manchester United
Aston Villa v Stoke City
Chelsea v Southampton
Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion
Everton v Liverpool
Manchester City v Newcastle United
Norwich City v Leicester City
Sunderland v West Ham United
Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday, October 17th, 2015

Chelsea v Aston Villa
Crystal Palace v West Ham United
Everton v Manchester United
Manchester City v AFC Bournemouth
Newcastle United v Norwich City
Southampton v Leicester City
Swansea City v Stoke City
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
Watford v Arsenal
West Bromwich Albion v Sunderland

Saturday, October 24th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur
Arsenal v Everton
Aston Villa v Swansea City
Leicester City v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Southampton
Manchester United v Manchester City
Norwich City v West Bromwich Albion
Stoke City v Watford
Sunderland v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Chelsea

Saturday, October 31st, 2015

Chelsea v Liverpool
Crystal Palace v Manchester United
Everton v Sunderland
Manchester City v Norwich City
Newcastle United v Stoke City
Southampton v AFC Bournemouth
Swansea City v Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa
Watford v West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
Aston Villa v Manchester City
Leicester City v Watford
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion
Norwich City v Swansea City
Stoke City v Chelsea
Sunderland v Southampton
West Ham United v Everton

Saturday, November 21st, 2015

Chelsea v Norwich City
Crystal Palace v Sunderland
Everton v Aston Villa
Manchester City v Liverpool
Newcastle United v Leicester City
Southampton v Stoke City
Swansea City v AFC Bournemouth
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
Watford v Manchester United
West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal

Saturday, November 28th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Everton
Aston Villa v Watford
Crystal Palace v Newcastle United
Leicester City v Manchester United
Liverpool v Swansea City
Manchester City v Southampton
Norwich City v Arsenal
Sunderland v Stoke City
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea
West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion

Saturday, December 5th, 2015

Arsenal v Sunderland
Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth
Everton v Crystal Palace
Manchester United v West Ham United
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Southampton v Aston Villa
Stoke City v Manchester City
Swansea City v Leicester City
Watford v Norwich City
West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday, December 12th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Manchester United
Aston Villa v Arsenal
Crystal Palace v Southampton
Leicester City v Chelsea
Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Swansea City
Norwich City v Everton
Sunderland v Watford
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Stoke City

Saturday, December 19th, 2015

Arsenal v Manchester City
Chelsea v Sunderland
Everton v Leicester City
Manchester United v Norwich City
Newcastle United v Aston Villa
Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur
Stoke City v Crystal Palace
Swansea City v West Ham United
Watford v Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion v AFC Bournemouth

Saturday, December 26th, 2015

AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace
Aston Villa v West Ham United
Chelsea v Watford
Liverpool v Leicester City
Manchester City v Sunderland
Newcastle United v Everton
Southampton v Arsenal
Stoke City v Manchester United
Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion
Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth
Crystal Palace v Swansea City
Everton v Stoke City
Leicester City v Manchester City
Manchester United v Chelsea
Norwich City v Aston Villa
Sunderland v Liverpool
Watford v Tottenham Hotspur
West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Southampton

Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

Arsenal v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Chelsea
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City v AFC Bournemouth
Manchester United v Swansea City
Norwich City v Southampton
Sunderland v Aston Villa
Watford v Manchester City
West Bromwich Albion v Stoke City
West Ham United v Liverpool

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v West Ham United
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Arsenal
Swansea City v Sunderland

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016

Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Everton
Newcastle United v Manchester United
Southampton v Watford
Stoke City v Norwich City
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City

Saturday, January 16th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Norwich City
Aston Villa v Leicester City
Chelsea v Everton
Liverpool v Manchester United
Manchester City v Crystal Palace
Newcastle United v West Ham United
Southampton v West Bromwich Albion
Stoke City v Arsenal
Swansea City v Watford
Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

Arsenal v Chelsea
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur
Everton v Swansea City
Leicester City v Stoke City
Manchester United v Southampton
Norwich City v Liverpool
Sunderland v AFC Bournemouth
Watford v Newcastle United
West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa
West Ham United v Manchester City

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Arsenal v Southampton
Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth (8:00)
Leicester City v Liverpool
Manchester United v Stoke City (8:00)
Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur
Sunderland v Manchester City
Watford v Chelsea
West Bromwich Albion v Swansea City
West Ham United v Aston Villa

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Everton v Newcastle United

Saturday, February 6th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal
Aston Villa v Norwich City
Chelsea v Manchester United
Liverpool v Sunderland
Manchester City v Leicester City
Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion
Southampton v West Ham United
Stoke City v Everton
Swansea City v Crystal Palace
Tottenham Hotspur v Watford

Saturday, February 13th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Stoke City
Arsenal v Leicester City
Aston Villa v Liverpool
Chelsea v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Watford
Everton v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Norwich City v West Ham United
Sunderland v Manchester United
Swansea City v Southampton

Saturday, February 27th, 2016

Leicester City v Norwich City
Liverpool v Everton
Manchester United v Arsenal
Newcastle United v Manchester City
Southampton v Chelsea
Stoke City v Aston Villa
Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City
Watford v AFC Bournemouth
West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace
West Ham United v Sunderland

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Southampton
Arsenal v Swansea City
Aston Villa v Everton
Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion
Liverpool v Manchester City
Manchester United v Watford
Norwich City v Chelsea
Sunderland v Crystal Palace
West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

Stoke City v Newcastle United

Saturday, March 5th, 2016

Chelsea v Stoke City
Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Everton v West Ham United
Manchester City v Aston Villa
Newcastle United v AFC Bournemouth
Southampton v Sunderland
Swansea City v Norwich City
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal
Watford v Leicester City
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United

Saturday, March 12th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Swansea City
Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion
Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City v Newcastle United
Liverpool v Chelsea
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Norwich City v Manchester City
Stoke City v Southampton
Sunderland v Everton
West Ham United v Watford

Saturday, March 19th, 2016

Chelsea v West Ham United
Crystal Palace v Leicester City
Everton v Arsenal
Manchester City v Manchester United
Newcastle United v Sunderland
Southampton v Liverpool
Swansea City v Aston Villa
Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Bournemouth
Watford v Stoke City
West Bromwich Albion v Norwich City

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City
Arsenal v Watford
Aston Villa v Chelsea
Leicester City v Southampton
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Everton
Norwich City v Newcastle United
Stoke City v Swansea City
Sunderland v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United v Crystal Palace

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth
Crystal Palace v Norwich City
Liverpool v Stoke City
Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion
Southampton v Newcastle United
Sunderland v Leicester City
Swansea City v Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Watford v Everton
West Ham United v Arsenal

Saturday, April 16th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool
Arsenal v Crystal Palace
Chelsea v Manchester City
Everton v Southampton
Leicester City v West Ham United
Manchester United v Aston Villa
Newcastle United v Swansea City
Norwich City v Sunderland
Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur
West Bromwich Albion v Watford

Saturday, April 23rd, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea
Aston Villa v Southampton
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester City v Swansea City
Liverpool v Newcastle United
Manchester City v Stoke City
Norwich City v Watford
Sunderland v Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United v Manchester United

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

Arsenal v Norwich City
Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur
Everton v AFC Bournemouth
Manchester United v Leicester City
Newcastle United v Crystal Palace
Southampton v Manchester City
Stoke City v Sunderland
Swansea City v Liverpool
Watford v Aston Villa
West Bromwich Albion v West Ham United

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

AFC Bournemouth v West Bromwich Albion
Aston Villa v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Stoke City
Leicester City v Everton
Liverpool v Watford
Manchester City v Arsenal
Norwich City v Manchester United
Sunderland v Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton
West Ham United v Swansea City

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

Arsenal v Aston Villa
Chelsea v Leicester City
Everton v Norwich City
Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton v Crystal Palace
Stoke City v West Ham United
Swansea City v Manchester City
Watford v Sunderland
West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool

« Last Edit: June 17, 2015, 11:36:28 AM by Flex »
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Re: 2015/16 Barclays Premier League Thread
« Reply #1588 on: June 17, 2015, 11:40:38 AM »
Seven more weeks!

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Re: 2015/16 Barclays Premier League Thread
« Reply #1589 on: June 17, 2015, 04:26:07 PM »
Wow, AFC Bournemouth. What a dream!!! Then reality in 7 weeks.