De Futebol Man Shitty wins! So what else is new! Spurs win!

Man Shitty had little trouble with Watford 3-1 at Shitty’s house. Raheem Sterling first minute and Sergio Aguero 63rd minute led Man Shitty to the win.

Shitty’s lead over second placed Man U is 15 points.

Man Shitty has 62 points.

Man U has 47 points.

Chelsea is third with 45 points.

The Blues and my Gunners will duke it out Wednesday at Arsenal’s house Emirates.

Crystal Palace defeated Southampton 2-1.

The Eagles are in fourteenth place with 22 points.

Spurs shut out Swansea City 2-0.

Tottenham is fifth with 40 points.

West Ham defeated West Brom 2-1.

The win lifts Hammers out of the voce vai zone into sixteenth place with 21 points.

24 comments

  1. tophatal ........... · January 4, 2018

    This game , in all reality the end result was never really in doubt . Man City remains the best team in the league by an extremely wide margin and
    their dominance
    simply proves that fact .

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    • Bobby Gee · January 4, 2018

      Shitty is Everyone else is also rans

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      • tophatal ........... · January 4, 2018
      • Bobby Gee · January 5, 2018

        I agree This is year is blow out city for the title race. Shitty is head and shoulders above the pack fighting for second through fifth place

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5, 2018

        Some teams are going to be spending some stupid money this off-season as well as during this January transfer window. $100 million for a defender ? Are they playing with ” Monopoly Money some of these teams ?

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      • Bobby Gee · January 5, 2018

        i hope not.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5, 2018

        If a defender is meant to be $100 million and that’s what Liverpool is meant to be spending for their latest acquisition, then imagine what a marginal forward/striker will go for on the open market. This stupidity has to stop because it will ultimately lead to the demise of a club. If the Premiership (EPL) is not to install a salary cap , then there
        will be some
        tough times ahead for the smaller clubs in spite of the revenues .

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      • Bobby Gee · January 5, 2018

        This pure stupidity and insanity

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5, 2018

        So too is a player earning anywhere between <b $200,000 to $500,000 a week in the Premiership and that doesn’t include money made through endorsements as a soccer player. .

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      • Bobby Gee · January 5, 2018

        It is crazy. No these players need to produce

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5, 2018

        What there should be is a hard salary cap in the Premiership.

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      • Bobby Gee · January 5, 2018

        I think this would be a very good idea.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 6, 2018

        I think that the Premiership hierarchy and team owners should push for this in spite of the resistance from the players and their union (PFA)

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      • Bobby Gee · January 6, 2018

        I agree.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 6, 2018

        This idiocy cannot continue to go on as it’s already plaguing La Liga , Serie A and the Prermiership.

        List below gives you the highest paid athletes in the world according their sports and below that is overall income

        https://www.forbes.com/athletes/list/#tab:overall_source

        https://www.forbes.com/athletes/list/#tab:overall_header:pay_sortreverse:true

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      • Bobby Gee · January 7, 2018

        This is nuts yet they have the bucks to do it.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 7, 2018

        The league will implode.

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      • Bobby Gee · January 7, 2018

        I hope not

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      • tophatal ........... · January 7, 2018

        UEFA has something in place to make sure teams participating in their competitions are financially solvent. Why the hell can’t the Premiership adapt a somewhat similar approach ?

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      • Bobby Gee · January 7, 2018

        I don’t know!

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      • tophatal ........... · January 7, 2018

        Greed is the sole reason for this stance. Trust me I’d like to see the English Premiership League simply implode. The league hierarchy and Union don’t really give a damn about the fans who are the consumers off this product in general

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      • Bobby Gee · January 7, 2018

        You may be right let’s see what happens

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      • tophatal ........... · January 8, 2018

        Nothing will happen until either the fans take a stance or the league itself is pressured into doing something. Personally . I think it might take a team from the Premiership to go into full bankruptcy before the owners themselves and EPL (Premiership) hierarchy to actually do something positive.

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      • Bobby Gee · January 8, 2018

        This is could happen. Maybe this will shock some into action

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