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  • Cal Gildart posted 9 hours ago

    Cal Gildart

    No problem! Sorry we couldn't make the most of our domination yesterday. I'm hoping you can end the Stamford Bridge hoodoo tonight.

  • Cal Gildart posted 4 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    I'll be honest here: I didn't realise quite how bad Swansea were. Really fancied Leicester to drop points there because I didn't think the Swans would play into their hands as much as other teams have. Sacking Garry Monk doesn't half seem like one of the strangest decisions of the season—they didn't look in danger under him, so having until the season to put something in place seemed the best option. Guidolin just reeks of short-termism.

  • Glen Danquah posted 6 days ago

    Glen Danquah

    No worries at all, Thomas! Nice one.

  • Cal Gildart posted 8 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    Just about deserved! The first half was like watching Manchester United... as was a 93rd-minute winner somewhat against the rub.

    I wonder whether old Gylfi is going to do you lot a favour this afternoon.

  • Glen Danquah posted 15 days ago

    Glen Danquah

    No worries, Thomas. And yes, it has indeed! Absolute mayhem on Thursday night. Hopefully we can go all the way and sneak into the UCL with your lot next season after the cracking campaign you've had. (And it ain't over yet...)

  • Cal Gildart posted 22 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    You're welcome. That's intrigued me. Don't get me wrong, it's been better in recent weeks than it has been this season. But as you pointed out, our defence can't cope when its hurried. Darmian and Rojo offer nothing going forward, and they're prone to neglecting defensive duties (I think the former's last good game was against Spurs, which speaks volumes). Couple that with your fluid and indefatigable attackers, and I'm struggling to see us getting something from today. Spurs' worst enemy today has more chance of being themselves (especially if Sunderland get a result against Leicester, which I'm willing to predict they will).

  • Glen Danquah posted 24 days ago

    Glen Danquah

    Sure thing, Thomas. Have a good one.

  • Cal Gildart posted 24 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    You're more than welcome.

  • Glen Danquah posted 33 days ago

    Glen Danquah

    Always a pleasure, Thomas!

  • Glen Danquah posted 48 days ago

    Glen Danquah

    No prob, Thomas. You too!