Premier League Poll of the Weekend

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7 Responses to Premier League Poll of the Weekend

  1. Patrick says:

    Why is Man City losing to Everton even an option?

  2. The Gaffer says:

    Other than Man City’s loss to Spurs on December 9th, the last time Man City lost away in the league was October 27. Quite a surprise.

    The Gaffer

  3. Passing by says:

    I have to agree with Patrick.

    Sorry but you are grasping for straws on a level that is well below stupid.

    Everton and Manchester City were only three points apart before the day started.

    To call it a shock shows the lack of knowledge you have.

  4. TT says:

    Citeh rarely win away, EFC tend to win at home. Were you thinking draw, Gaffer?

  5. timmyg says:

    woah there’s quite a bit of vitriol going ’round.

    and can i say that i’m not really surprised with any of the listed occurrences, but probably wouldn’t have predicted them, and still be taken seriously?

    because i’m not.

  6. The Gaffer says:

    It’s amazing how people get worked up by a simple poll question.

    I thought another draw would have been on the cards.

    The Gaffer

  7. Patrick says:

    Ok OK I put this as a positive…

    Both Rio And Anton scoring on the same day was a much better option. Unless you happen to front Oasis.

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