Sheff Utd post match thread

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  1. The Black Shed

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    I agree, although a Wolves win would give them the belief that top4 is a real possibility and could just upset the scousers mindset. The title isn't over, everybody thinks they've won it already (me included), but that just reinforces an invincibility about them. They can be beaten and I would like to see them at least suffer a bit in winning it. A couple of injuries, sendings off, see how it feels to really have to rotate a squad.
     
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  2. blue b4 the moon

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    Similar to that rag goal last season where as it was a great finish it didn't matter he was slightly offside.
     
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  3. Bill

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    Same as palace, a pub team that should be nowhere near the premier league .

    Well done city putting them in their place.
     

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  4. ZanteWeatherman

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    "Having a cup of tea" is the right answer.
     
  5. Kenward Garg

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    i didn’t. My friend did and it was a £3.33 stake that could pay a £100.00.
     
  6. Franny's toilet roll

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    Not the defeat i thought we would suffer, but not the easy win either. Great to get 3 points and a tough match out of the way. Man of the match was their keeper
     
  7. blue b4 the moon

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    Haha....
     
  8. Bozzie

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    It wasn't just mistimed, it was so late it was nearly in next season. With very few exceptions I've never believed players go out to deliberately injure a fellow player but I thought last night there was a deliberate attempt to target Laporte (our best defender) on his return from injury in the hope he would either 'bottle' it or Pep would remove him. Thankfully neither happened.
     
  9. Lovebitesandeveryfing

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    Well, with regards to Raheem, Pep must be seeing something out there that I'm simply not seeing, because I don't see that he's having a significant impact on the game, and that's been the case for weeks. I'd try bringing him in to an advanced midfield role, much more central. Might work, might not, because he's getting nothing out wide at present.
     
  10. blueinsa

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    Night off mate.

    back tonight for the teams in Red.
     
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