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tweets of the day

Can you imagine if Argentina didn't qualify for the next World Cup and no Messi? FIFA knows which side its bread is buttered on. Supposedly, they are having problems attracting sponsorship to this WC

Call the title race done, because Middlesborough are going DOWN

Disgraceful, that

Herrera got Player of the month for Man United

Premier League
West Ham 1- 0 Tottenham Hotspur

Final score

I'm not even mad. West Ham came to play, and they employed a pretty old fashioned English style of playing.

Old fashioned tackles such as this (I'm surprised he didn't get a red, tbh) but ANYWAY.
Long balls over and behind the defenders, whilst Spurs played too high a line. Then West Ham coupled it with resolute defending. Spurs' off pitch problems showed themselves on pitch. Walker and Alderweireld (who are in contract standoffs with the club) had a bloody mare

That being said, take nothing away from West Ham. It was a true London derby. Also, West Ham had issues of their own to work towards. Trying to keep themselves from being relegated (already season ticket orders have been reduced by 20k, according to rumours) and allegedly Bilic only has two games to save his job.

Shout out to West Ham's goalie Adrian. He played out of his skin. Blocked everything that came to him

Yo, what's the story with Cresswell? Is he staying at West Ham, or nah?

Abracadabra, says Dier, and just like that, Spurs' title hopes are slim to none

Forever blowing bubbles


This will never get old

OP: Done. Send good vibes that I get over this cold quick. It just keeps... hanging around

Date: 2017-05-06 09:00 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] marsyke.livejournal.com
Of course they lifted Messi's ban. They need Argentina at the World Cup, no doubt about that.

The whole Muntari episode is shameful for everyone involved except Muntari himself. I'm glad his ban was lifted.

Spurs should have won that match, too bad the title fight is all but over right now. I would have liked to see Spurs win the title, not at least because Toby and Vertonghen play there and I would like to see them winning it.

Date: 2017-05-06 09:47 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] the4thjuliek.livejournal.com
West Ham are mathematically safe.

Yesterday's BuLi match was amazing. Looks like Köln will be in the EL next season.

RE: Koln is in the EL?

Date: 2017-05-06 01:29 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] the4thjuliek.livejournal.com
Nah, Schalke were in the relegation zone at one point, that's how shit they were. There's a big battle for EL going on right now in the BuLi. Schalke, Berlin, Frankfurt, Köln, Freiburg, Gladbach and Bremen are involved.


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