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Everton boss expecting team to pick up big Christmas points haul
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Christian Eriksen could become one of Tottenham's greats
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Robbie Rogers slams FIFA for 'insane' decisions to host World Cups in Russia and Qatar
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West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce in no rush to begin contract talks
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has played down speculation about his future, saying nothing has changed since the start of the season. Newspaper reports had suggested that Allardyce’s position was under threat given that he had not yet agreed a new contract. But the 60-year-old says he in no rush to begin discussions, having experienced a similar situation when he agreed a two-year contract ...Read more
Bolton forward Max Clayton out for the season with cruciate damage
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PSG beat Ajaccio 3-1; Monaco, Lille & Rennes also through
Paris Saint-Germain came from a goal down to halt their losing streak with a 3-1 win over Ajaccio in the Coupe de la Ligue round of 16 on Wednesday. PSG, who were defeated by Barcelona and Guingamp last week, fell behind when Johan Cavalli opened the scoring for the Corsican side in the 27th minute from the penalty spot. However, Edinson Cavani (55) equalised after the break before goals from Serge ...Read more
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers hails players after 3-1 win at Bournemouth
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Borussia Dortmund remain in relegation trouble after 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg
Borussia Dortmund remain in the Bundesliga relegation play-off spot after twice letting a one-goal lead slip in their 2-2 draw with second-placed Wolfsburg. Jurgen Klopp's men have suffered a dramatic fall from grace this season but would have been hoping to give their fans something to cheer in their final home match of the year. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave them an ideal start with his eighth-minute ...Read more
Swansea - QPR 2:0 I knew it !!!!!!!!
Its us fans that are paying you're wages you mug, this is rich coming from by far the laziest player in the squad. And unless he was watching a different game there was 2 players who constantly wanted the ball, ryan mason and harry kane, players who are proud to wear the shirt and most likely take home the least in their pay packets every month. Its players like Adebayor that are holding the club back from ever achieving anything.
i think that is the whole point. your fans want you to go away & play somewhere else permanantly. most football fans would give anything to support their team. they pay well over the odds for season tickets when they could use the money on a family holiday or other more important things. to football fans this is a way of life, to ady & co its just money YOUR MONEY!
I am a Villa fan and know only too well about booing abject performances, simple solution is EARN YOUR ASTRONOMICAL WAGES!! The fans pay to watch and you get paid because they do!
Who's fault is it then? Fans pay a lot of money to watch people like you casually stroll around the pitch like you couldn't care less. You're the worst of all of them.
No Adebayor it is your fault, stand up, be a man and hold your hands up and either clear off or start putting a shift in. People pay a massive percentage of their hard earned money to come and watch you for a club they love and at the moment it is a shambles and we have every right to boo you. Don't blame the manager or the fans booing, take a look at the majority of the team who don't pull their weight, a bit of heart and passion goes a long way when playing in front of your home crowd Ade, try it, you never know we start winning. COYS
He is right of course dosent matter how bad your team is playing as a fan you should always back your team and cheer them on.Yes its hard with spurs playing so bad.But booing them isnt going to help at all.
I cant wait for his comments after playing a decent side.