:pl: Other Scores - Match Week 3 (23rd - 25th August)

Villa beat Everton 2-0 last night, Silva out already?

Today we have

Man United 0 - 1 Crystal Palace :slight_smile:
Sheff United 1 - 0 Leicester
Watford 1 - 1 West Ham
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Who scored for Palace?

Ayew I believe

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Hmmm, all FTs

Man United 1-2 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 1-2 Leicester City
Watford 1-3 West Ham United

Fuck sake, I think that leaves us in the bottom 3

BTW Man Utd had 71% posession, 25 shots, 3 on target :lou_facepalm_2:

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Liverpool 3 - 1 Arsenal

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Bournemouth 1-3 Man City

Tottenham 0 - 1 Newcastle United 1 :rofl::joy::rofl::joy::rofl:
Wolves 1 - 1 Burnley (a 97th minute penalty for Wolves)

Team Played GD PTS
1 Liverpool 3 6 9
2 Manchester City 3 7 7
3 Arsenal 3 0 6
4 Leicester City 3 1 5
5 Manchester United 3 3 4
6 Burnley 3 2 4
7 Tottenham Hotspur 3 1 4
8 Brighton & Hove Albion 3 1 4
9 Sheffield United 3 0 4
10 Crystal Palace 3 0 4
11 AFC Bournemouth 3 -1 4
12 Everton 3 -1 4
13 Chelsea 3 -3 4
13 West Ham United 3 -3 4
15 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 0 3
16 Aston Villa 3 -1 3
17 Norwich City 3 -2 3
18 Southampton 3 -2 3
19 Newcastle United 3 -2 3
20 Watford 3 -6 0

Still early days for us, and not time to panic yet, despite being in the bottom 3… Talksport were talking about the under pressure managers after 3 games and for once it wasn’t us. Garcia at Watford and Solskjaer at United are the ones in trouble apparently!
Can’t believe Newcastle beat Spurs though - wasn’t expecting that one.
Not sure if playing Man U next is a good or a bad thing for us?

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We beat Utd.
They sack OGS.
They steal Poch.
Spuds steal Ralph.

Apparently

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Sounds plausible, (and I’m sure you’re probably merely jesting) but Ralph hasn’t really done anything yet to warrant that kind of upgrade yet. Top 10 finish this season - which I’m half expecting - and then he may be off. (which I’m mostly expecting!)

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I agree with some of this. I think Ralph still has a lot to prove. He was bound to be better than the last two twats.
Signs are go(o)d for me. Lets have a look at the end of this season :wink:

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Signs are god, eh? He’s no messiah though is he… Haha

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You bugger… You changed it! Now my post looks like some weird ramble!

I chuckled when I edited.

There you go.

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Thank you. I don’t look completely nuts now.

Just a little bit.

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Agree with all you’ve written apart from this(maybe).
Think he was already well respected and sort after.
I believe we were lucky to get him and certain assurances where given. One being longevity when it comes to shaping a team, so i feel he’ll be here for at least two years(assurances kept) at least. He left RBL because they refused extending his contract so he could build that future. We don’t have the financial luxury they have behind them and he wants to prove that a big team needs to let him do it his way with younger players. That’s a hard sell to the money teams in any country let alone here.

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Yep, but he’s had what? 30 odd games? I like Ralph and I can see him being good for Saints but lets have a look after another 30 games and see where we are. If we can play how he wants I reckon we’ll finish top half.