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Aaaaand the Southgate bubble has definitely burst now, right?
Sometimes you have to stand in the shadows; to see the light.

I can only apologise to any who watched our game on Monday away at Bolton. It was dire. They remain our bogey team, or one of them.
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Let us know your thoughts!
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2-0 down already.

I’m definitely quids in.


You were bloody close!
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Brighton to beat Tottenham 3-1 today.

Stick some money on it!


This is going to be the true test to Poch's reign at Spurs. Can he motivate this side still after midweek, are the players interested in playing for him still after all that is going on behind the scenes? Don't think this will be a great game for stuff on the field but if Spurs don't put in a strong performance and win could it be curtains for their manager? The real question seems to be will he be sacked or will he walk?
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A random Friday night fixture for ourselves, we weren't on TV so don't know why we got moved?! Either way, another win! Our position in the table boosted as much by games played as by points. Not too happy with our games at the moment, but if we keep getting the odd win then I can't see Larry going. Not a good start for our old manager Appleton at last night's opponents Lincoln.
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https://www.efl.com/contentassets/8bccfab23bef4f80b8923fa72ccb78cd/carabao-cup-fixture-list--b2b6c5dc-40a8-4b44-ad5e-166772c572fd.png

Fixtures are scheduled to be played week commencing 28 October 2019.

Decent enough draw I reckon, still a chance for some of the smaller clubs to advance and some big teams will go out.
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Porto, Young Boys and Feyenoord for Rangers.

Tough enough group!


Arguably the toughest group of them all.
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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EDNz0oXX4AAaZo5.jpg
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City's group arguably the easiest?
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Another good weekend win away at the seaside, albeit at Southend. Dominated the first half, second half our new signing Husband got himself sent off because he was lazy. Ball dribbled out to corner flag but he couldn't be bothered to follow it at first, so Southend player Cox played got there and bought the red card going down dramatically. Wasn't he best tackle either but think Cox made it look worse than it was. Still, thrashed them 3-1! Fonz has upped his game since we spent money on two good strikers, keeping them on the bench!

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Liverpool and City given us plenty of goals to start the season off already
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None of these codes work?


I don't know why they can't keep the same format every season!

Code for this season is: jtgwlu

I'll update the main post now
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okay dude i solve the problem, imgur prohibited in my country, i install from a different internet site


all working now
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Well, this is something different! Can't wait to see how he develops and where his career takes him. Could it be that he stays at Spurs for the rest of his career as he just becomes simply too expensive to buy?
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Could be one of the most interesting deadline days for years.


Yes!

Finish work at 3 today, kids are with my mum, missus is on late shift so I should be able to sit in my pants and enjoy it!
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@OmrFrka I don't recognise what site you are trying to host your images on but it hasn't worked! I get the "403 forbidden" message when I copy the url so not sure if this is a private folder you are linking to?
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49265656

Watford to sign Welbeck on a free, hell of a bargain if he stays fit !
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Need better proof please.
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Up through the play offs this year I reckon!
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Makes no sense to me, I guess the only problem here is if Dybala can perform in the Prem as he'll it find it a lot tougher than playing for Juve in Serie A. Also makes you wonder why Juve no longer want him and how on earth they believe Lukaku to be a better option.


Surprise, surprise - this isn't happening now!
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Well. two of our teams fell down into the Europa League as they failed to overcome their opposition here. Those teams being Dundalk and TNS. However, Celtic eased through and now face sterner opposition in Cluj of Romania.
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Firstly, let us remember those newly fallen in the latest round of fixtures. Shamrock Rovers may have got the home win but their opposition did better at their home. Crusaders couldn't match the Premier League might of Wolves and were fed to the pack. The Nomads went home too after losing to Belgrade, though they did get some unexpected fans from Kilmarnock who they knocked out previously.

Some teams did progress, Rangers against Progrés Niederkorn for example! Another Scottish team, Aberdeen, comfortably advanced too with a 5-0 home victory after a cagey 1-1 draw. Linfield are through the next round after a hard fought battle, again their second leg home tie seeing them through.

So the next lot of British and Irish fixtures are:
Sutjeska Niksic v Linfield (a Montenegrin side, every chance for David Healey's side there?!)
Slovan Bratislava v Dundalk (A tough fixture away in Slovakia)
Pyunik v Wolverhampton Wanderers (might want to ask Chelsea and Arsenal fans about travelling to Armenia!)
Ludogorets Razgrad v TNS (I don't see the Welsh side getting anything here!)
Midtjylland v Rangers (The Scottish side will have to step up as they have coasted through so far)
HNK Rijeka v Aberdeen (Another tough call for a Scottish side)

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The man is a moron, but for me the blame still lies heavily with the EFL in their fit and proper persons "test".

Elsewhere, great win for ourselves today. The Oystons are gone, Larry is back and with him came just under 12,000 fans to Bloomfield road. Bristol Rovers normally do well against us so glad Spearing actually put in a performance worthy of his captaincy for once and scored the penalty and set up the, somewhat unfairly, disliked Gnanduillet for his goal. The Gas hit the post in each half so we were a bit fortunate but I'm glad all over that the season is back and I can properly support my team again!
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Football is back!!!

How is Assombalonga a Championship striker, super lucky with his goal and skies his penalty in tonight's game away at Luton.

Entertaining 3-3 draw though!
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So, grass roots football is seeing the introduction of sin bins for players who show dissent.

https://news.sky.com/story/rugby-style-sin-bins-coming-to-grassroots-football-11773182

Do you think this is a good idea? Should it be implemented higher up the leagues? The EFL? The Premiership?

Edit: Wanted a Poll but can't see to find the option


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This whole Dybala for Lukaku deal seems crazy! United should snap their arm off and it seems it is down to Dybala now as to whether this happens.
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@terriersmad Don't Bolton have about 6 players in their squad though, half of which are goalies! As a Blackpool fan it is hard to sympathise with two of our rivals, especially when there was a staunch section of Bury fans wishing our demise! However, no club deserves to be so poorly mismanaged. I think the EFL should bring in the German models of ownership where the fans play a more integral role. Of course the Premiership clubs would never agree to it but from League 1 downwards I don't see why not. As you say, I can see a few clubs falling in the next few seasons - may be even a cluster of them together. It's sad to say it is probably what it will take before those useless parasites on the EFL board do something. They were of no help to us.
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Hope for Bolton, not so much for Bury. Which is strange given Bolton have debts of around £40mill whereas Bury is more in the £8mill region

https://www.efl.com/news/2019/july/efl-statement-bolton-wanderers-and-bury-fc2 ;

BOLTON WANDERERS


At its meeting today, the EFL Board was appraised of the position in regard to the outstanding information requested in respect of ongoing matters at Bolton Wanderers.


The Board has fully considered the Club’s further submissions and is satisfied that they are sufficient to meet the requirements of the League subject to the completion of formal documentation.


As a result the EFL Board has opted not to suspend their opening day fixture with Wycombe Wanderers and it will remain as originally scheduled on Saturday 3 August 2019 at 3pm.


BURY


Following continued and comprehensive discussions with the ownership at Bury and other interested parties throughout Monday, the EFL Board is not satisfied it has received the necessary evidence in regard to the outstanding information it requires that demonstrates how the Club will be funded moving forwards.


As a result of not meeting Monday’s 5pm deadline, which had been extended on two previous occasions, the EFL Board feels it has been placed in an unenviable position and, regrettably, has opted to take the reluctant decision to suspend Saturday’s opening day fixture with MK Dons under the provision of EFL Regulation 28.2.


In addition, the EFL Board, if not in possession of the necessary evidence by 12pm on Friday 2 August 2019, will make a determination as to whether to suspend Bury’s away fixture at Accrington Stanley on Saturday 10 August 2019.


As has been the case throughout this entire process, the EFL will continue to offer its full assistance to the ownership at Bury, but remains clear that while the League is here to support the Club through some extremely complex and complicated issues, the outstanding matters can only be resolved with the cooperation from the Club itself.

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Good spot Will make sure the right persons appear in the next update pack


Just curious, will there be a 11.11 or is it aimed at transfer windows closing/new FM out/random ?
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