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Old October 28th, 2016 (6:29 AM).
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Three goals in his last two for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Is this the year of the Ox?
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Old October 28th, 2016 (10:15 AM). Edited October 28th, 2016 by Lysander.
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Paul Lambert says he wants to be the next Wolves manager. I think we'd do well with him in charge as he has Championship experience, and he did well at Norwich and Blackburn. Wolves fans on twitter are moaning simply because he didn't do well at Aston Villa, but then again nobody has in recent years.
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Old October 28th, 2016 (11:01 AM).
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Lambert is a beautiful man that probably say lots of beautiful things (can't understand him).

Villa and Blackburn were awful jobs.

I like Lambert.
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Old October 28th, 2016 (11:19 PM).
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Lambert would probably do quite well. Wolves is seemingly a good job, they're right near the bottom so it would look remarkable to get to the playoffs but they're only 7 points away from sixth. There would probably be some considerable January investment for any manager.

Boro play Bournemouth today, it might be our only winnable game for a few weeks, but I still get the feeling we will draw.

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Three goals in his last two for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Is this the year of the Ox?
I'm going to assume these were against Reading and Ludogorets? If so, perhaps its a bit early to draw any conclusions.

Thanks for the fantasy league tip, I have Iwobi and he'll probably be replaced by Ox if this is the case.
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Old October 29th, 2016 (7:59 AM).
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don't know who everyone supports here but my club's just made me the happiest i have been in a fair while

brighton 5 - 0 norwich

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Old October 29th, 2016 (8:49 AM).
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I'm a Norwich fan.

Don't think I need to say anything else.
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Old October 29th, 2016 (9:35 AM).
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Ouch. Maybe my prediction of Newcastle & Norwich running away with the league was a bit hasty. I wonder how many poor predictions I've managed to make across these 120 pages of posts. The goal differences of some of the current playoff teams are remarkable - -1, 2, -1, 6.

Good win for the Boro and we really did just look better in all areas than Bournemouth today which bodes well.
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Old November 3rd, 2016 (7:10 AM).
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Did anyone see Ozil's goal the other night against Ludogorets? It was an absolute thing of beauty! Sorry for the poor quality video but I just wanted to share it with you guys!

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Southampton v Inter Milan about to kick off. 6 years ago Inter won the league, cup and Champions League treble while Southampton were in League One. Incredible rise for the Saints, hope they can win tonight to avenge last week where they dominated the game but Inter snuck a 1-0.

Also, anyone seen Moussa Sow's goal for Fenerbache against Man Utd tonight? Phwoar!
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Old 4 Weeks Ago (4:44 AM). Edited 4 Weeks Ago by Lipstick Vogue.
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Massive match for us today. Need a reaction or I think it'll be getting very awkward for Neil, especially after the owners backed him in an interview that was released earlier on *sound of trapdoor being oiled*. Although with a new CEO this really isn't surprising.

Will be an interesting lineup. Could certainly see Ruddy coming back in (finally) and perhaps even Naismith or a youngster or two, Thompson for Tettey perhaps. Leeds are decent at the moment so this will be tough.

Edit - Well then!
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It's like watching somebody drown.
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Well then... England are toast.

One month for Alex Neil to keep his job?
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Standard media crap after Southampton beat Arsenal last night. All about how Arsenal were poor rather than how good Saints were. If they took 10 seconds to do some research, they'd see that Southampton played a weakened side as well.
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Standard media crap after Southampton beat Arsenal last night. All about how Arsenal were poor rather than how good Saints were. If they took 10 seconds to do some research, they'd see that Southampton played a weakened side as well.
8 changes and have played the most players in the competition so far (25), little old Southampton aren't allowed to be good though.
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We're pretty much going to win the league.
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Very good result for Norwich. Just what Neil needed.

Good result for us on Monday, but quite a boring match indeed. Hull are a poor team and I'll be very surprised if they don't go down.
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