Discussion in 'General Chat' started by ChrissyJ, Jul 12, 2018.
Rumour is that the little gobshite Sterling reacted to a bit of banter from Gomez in canteen, started kicking off and got immediately flattened
Smashed on and off the pitch. Beautiful stuff chaps.
VAR cheating Liverpool out of points.
Manchester City have failed in an initial bid to have the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) halt Uefa's investigation into a possible breach of Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.
City have been referred to Uefa's financial watchdog, the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) and if found guilty could face a Champions League ban.
Wouldn't matter anyway, they never get past the QFs
Gomez has the cuts under the eye so id say sterling won
Initial reports were wrong. Sterling fights with his fingernails
Depends what you mean by won. The whole country thinking you are a bellend, having to make a grovelling apology on Twitter, having to apologise to all the squad and management and being banned from a game which Gomez player in.
Well done Raheem
Seems like the fans took sterlings side innit
With Villa losing 3 on the bounce and now being only 4 points from bottom in 17th, Smith must be in danger.
Aston Villa Newcastle
Man Utd Aston Villa
Chelsea Aston Villa
Aston Villa Leicester
Newcastle on a run of D and two wins, Man U, Chelsea and Leic all playing well. No points from the above 4 matches would see him ready for the chop. He spent almost 140m in the Summer too.
Aston Villa's mega-rich co-owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens have spent and set aside a combined £300million since taking over at Villa Park in July 2018.
The club was bankrupt when they came in and they will want a return on their investment so, relegation to Championship is not an option.
Those games dont look to promising based on current form do they
The fixture list hasnt been kind to us, especially with our no.1 GK, CB and grealish out injured.
Id expect us to win against newcastle.
The aim this season is to simply stay up. 17th is fine, we just have to pick up points here and there.
Won the physical altercation clearly. I doubt sterling gives a fuck about all of that, the fans backed him also
I believe (I haven't seen it) that Joe was the bigger man and just laughed off the little man's attacks.
Any team that comes up should just have survival as their aim. The issue is that all the Holte Enders were predicting big things for Villa, especially after spending 140m+. Therefore this puts Smith in an impossible position, bellend fans and unrealistic owners expecting big things but team getting pumped every week = manager sacked. The big surprise is that if Smith is there at end of season.
Early days yet, doesnt help when you get robbed by var and players like Mane cheat to help your opponent win.
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