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Old 10-10-2018, 03:11 PM
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Just today Ajax, PSV & Feyenoord agreed to distribute 10% their EL/CL earnings to the other clubs in the division in order to increase competitiveness.

You wouldn't see that in the PL in a month of Sundays.
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Old 12-10-2018, 07:28 PM
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Full rearranged festive TV fixtures
All times GMT

Friday, 21 December: Wolves v Liverpool (20:00) - live on Sky Sports

Saturday, 22 December: Arsenal v Burnley (12:30) - live on Sky Sports; Cardiff v Man Utd (17:30) - live on BT Sport

Sunday, 23 December: Everton v Tottenham (16:00) - live on Sky Sports

Wednesday, 26 December: Fulham v Wolves (12:30); Brighton v Arsenal (17:15); Watford v Chelsea (19:30) - all three matches live on Sky Sports

Thursday, 27 December: Southampton v West Ham (19:45) - live on Sky Sports

Saturday, 29 December: Liverpool v Arsenal (17:30) - live on BT Sport

Sunday, 30 December: Crystal Palace v Chelsea (12:00) live on Sky Sports; Burnley v West Ham (14:15); Southampton v Man City (14:15) - live on Sky Sports; Man Utd v Bournemouth (16:30) - live on Sky Sports

Tuesday, 1 January: Everton v Leicester (12:30) - live on Sky Sports; Cardiff v Tottenham (17:30) - live on Sky Sports

Wednesday, 2 January: Bournemouth v Watford (19:45); Chelsea v Southampton (19:45); Huddersfield v Burnley (19:45); Newcastle v Man Utd (20:00) - live on Sky Sports; West Ham v Brighton (19:45); Wolves v Crystal Palace (19:45)

Thursday, 3 January: Man City v Liverpool (20:00) - live on Sky Sports
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Old 12-10-2018, 08:22 PM
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Phil - it looks like the fix is in
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Old 12-10-2018, 08:47 PM
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How so?
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Old 13-10-2018, 04:54 AM
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How so?
Pool have more time than anyone else between first and fourth festive fixtures.

It's in man, it's in!
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Old 13-10-2018, 06:40 PM
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Oh yes. The fat lady has sung. Transport the trophy to L4 now to save the logistical strain.
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Old 14-10-2018, 05:06 AM
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I always thought Klopp should SU about fixture congestion and just get on with it.

I don't believe in coincidences.
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Old Yesterday, 11:30 PM
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Just saw Kompany’s challenge

How on earth wasn’t it a straight red?
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Old Yesterday, 11:35 PM
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Full rearranged festive TV fixtures
All times GMT

Friday, 21 December: Wolves v Liverpool (20:00) - live on Sky Sports

Saturday, 22 December: Arsenal v Burnley (12:30) - live on Sky Sports; Cardiff v Man Utd (17:30) - live on BT Sport

Sunday, 23 December: Everton v Tottenham (16:00) - live on Sky Sports

Wednesday, 26 December: Fulham v Wolves (12:30); Brighton v Arsenal (17:15); Watford v Chelsea (19:30) - all three matches live on Sky Sports

Thursday, 27 December: Southampton v West Ham (19:45) - live on Sky Sports

Saturday, 29 December: Liverpool v Arsenal (17:30) - live on BT Sport

Sunday, 30 December: Crystal Palace v Chelsea (12:00) live on Sky Sports; Burnley v West Ham (14:15); Southampton v Man City (14:15) - live on Sky Sports; Man Utd v Bournemouth (16:30) - live on Sky Sports

Tuesday, 1 January: Everton v Leicester (12:30) - live on Sky Sports; Cardiff v Tottenham (17:30) - live on Sky Sports

Wednesday, 2 January: Bournemouth v Watford (19:45); Chelsea v Southampton (19:45); Huddersfield v Burnley (19:45); Newcastle v Man Utd (20:00) - live on Sky Sports; West Ham v Brighton (19:45); Wolves v Crystal Palace (19:45)

Thursday, 3 January: Man City v Liverpool (20:00) - live on Sky Sports
Is someone in sky sports a big wolves fan?..i know they play nice football and their flavour of the most th but Fulham v wolves Stephens night . .
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Old Yesterday, 11:38 PM
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Just saw Kompany’s challenge

How on earth wasn’t it a straight red?
Red for me...and Moss sent mane off here for a similar challenge on the city keeper and city's 2nd goal ball was out of play
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