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

    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

      Shitty is Everyone else is also rans

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      • Bobby Gee · January 5

        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

        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

        i hope not.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5

        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

        This pure stupidity and insanity

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5

        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

        It is crazy. No these players need to produce

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      • tophatal ........... · January 5

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

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      • Bobby Gee · January 5

        I think this would be a very good idea.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 6

        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

        I agree.

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      • tophatal ........... · January 6

        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

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

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      • tophatal ........... · January 7

        The league will implode.

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      • Bobby Gee · January 7

        I hope not

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      • tophatal ........... · January 7

        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

        I don’t know!

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      • tophatal ........... · January 7

        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

        You may be right let’s see what happens

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      • tophatal ........... · January 8

        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

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

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