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Premier League 2017-18

Post by BobHelm » July 6, 2017, 6:55 pm

Arsenal's opening Premier League 2017-18 fixture against Leicester has been moved to 19:45 BST Friday, 11 August.

Other fixture changes for the opening weekend:

Saturday, 12 August:

Watford v Liverpool 12:30 BST

Brighton v Man City 17:30 BST

Sunday, 13 August:

Newcastle v Tottenham 13:30 BST

Man Utd v West Ham 16:00 BST



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Post by stattointhailand » July 6, 2017, 7:08 pm

Wot !!!! no Everton ??

Perhaps their commentators have asked for a month or two to identify who is in their team, or maybe they just think it will take till Christmas before the team have "gelled" enough to be worth showing :-$

They are showing the Everton game (week 2) at Man City ........... early morning oil lamps will be required in Nongers though (02:00 Tues 22 Aug)

Newcastle/Spuds/Man Utd being shown week 1 and week 2 ............ you know it makes sense :lol:

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Post by goodison » July 7, 2017, 5:13 am

=D> Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has told a High Court judge he is a "power drinker" who likes to get drunk. Well, at least he has something in common with numerous udon Thani Farang Residents =D> :roll:

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Post by magpie73 » July 8, 2017, 1:56 am

sad new today one of the premier league's and England's finest mascot's Bradley lowery passed away today at the age of 6 years old to neuroblastoma a childhood cancer the young man fought it to the end with a smile on his face I've followed his battle on social media since it was confirmed that it was terminal for the young lad and he captured the heart of the nation with his cheeky smile I've had tears in my eyes since I found out young Bradley had passed away


RIP BRADLEY LOWERY GODSPEED YOUNG MAN

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Post by stattointhailand » July 9, 2017, 1:53 pm

To help Bob with his "Withdrawl" symptoms here's the prem teams pre season guide ......

Arsenal

13 July: Sydney FC (ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia)

15 July: Western Sydney Wanderers (ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia)

19 July: Bayern Munich (Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai, China)

22 July: Chelsea (Bird's Nest Stadium, Beijing, China)

29 July: Benfica (Emirates Stadium)

30 July: Sevilla (Emirates Stadium)

6 August: Chelsea (Community Shield, Wembley)

Bournemouth

15 July: Estoril Praia (Stadium Municipal, Marbella, Spain)

22 July: Portsmouth (Fratton Park)

29 July: Queens Park Rangers (Loftus Road)

30 July: Valencia (Vitality Stadium)

2 August: Yeovil Town (Huish Park)

6 August: Napoli (Vitality Stadium)

Brighton and Hove Albion

14 July: Fortuna Dusseldorf (Sportplatz St Ulrich, Austria)

22 July: Crawley Town (Checkatrade.com Stadium)

25 July: Southend United (Roots Hall)

29 July: Norwich City (Carrow Road)

1 August: Girona FC (Nou Estadi Municipal de Palamos, Catalonia, Spain)

6 August: Atletico Madrid (Amex Stadium)

Burnley

14 July: Shamrock Rovers (Tallaght Stadium, Dublin)

22 July: Kidderminster Harriers (Aggborough Stadium)

22 July: Alfreton Town (The Impact Arena)

25 July: Preston North End (Deepdale)

29 July: Nottingham Forest (City Ground)

1 August: Celta Vigo (Turf Moor)

5 August: Hannover 96 (Turf Moor)

Chelsea

22 July: Arsenal (Bird's Nest Stadium, Beijing, China)

25 July: Bayern Munich (National Stadium, Singapore)

29 July: Inter Milan (National Stadium, Singapore)

6 August: Arsenal (Community Shield, Wembley)

Crystal Palace

15 July: Maidstone United (Gallagher Stadium)

19 July: Liverpool (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Leicester City or West Brom (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

5 August: Shalke 04 (Selhurst Park)

Everton

13 July: Gor Mahia FC (National Stadium, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) Someone's avin a larf surely

19 July: FC Twente (SV De Lutte, Overijssel, Netherlands)

22 July: KRC Genk (Luminus Arena, Genk, Belgium)

6 August: Sevilla (Goodison Park)

Huddersfield Town

12 July: Accrington Stanley (Wham Stadium)

16 July: Bury (Gigg Lane)

18 July: SV Sandhausen (BWT Stadium, Sandhausen, Germany)

22 July: Barnsley (Oakwell)

1 August: Stuttgart (Schwaz, Austria)

4 August: Torino (Jenbach, Austria)

Leicester City

19 July: West Brom (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Crystal Palace or Liverpool (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

26 July: Luton Town (Kenilworth Road)

28 July: MK Dons (Stadium MK)

29 July: Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux Stadium)

1 August: Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium)

4 August: Borussia Monchengladbach (individual Power Stadium)

Liverpool

12 July: Tranmere Rovers (Prenton Park)

14 July: Wigan Athletic (DW Stadium)

19 July: Crystal Palace (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Leicester City or West Brom (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

29 July: Hertha Berlin (Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany)

1 August: Bayern Munich (Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany)

2 August: Atletico Madrid or Napoli (Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany)

5 August: Athletic Club (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

Manchester City

21 July: Manchester United (NRG Stadium, Houston, USA)

27 July: Real Madrid (Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, USA)

29 July: Tottenham Hotspur (Nissan Stadium, Nashville, USA)

4 August: West Ham United (Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik, Iceland)

Manchester United

16 July: LA Galaxy (Stubhub Centre, Los Angeles, USA)

18 July: Real Salt Lake (Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, USA)

21 July: Manchester City (NRG Stadium, Houston, USA)

23 July: Real Madrid (Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, USA)

27 July: Barcelona (FedExField, Washington DC, USA)

30 July: Valerenga (Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo, Norway)

2 August: Sampdoria (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

8 August: Real Madrid (Uefa Super Cup, Philip II Arena, Skopje, FYR Macedonia)

Newcastle United

14 July: Heart of Midlothian (Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh)

22 July: Preston North End (Deepdale)

26 July: Bradford City (Northern Commercials Stadium)

29 July: FSV Mainz 05 (Opel Arena, Mainz, Germany)

2 August: Wolfsburg (AOK Stadion, Wolfsburg, Germany)

6 August: Hellas Verona (St James' Park)

Southampton

Training camps planned for Austria and France

22 July: Brentford (Griffin Park)

Stoke City

10 July: Neuchatel Xamax (Tissot Arena, Biel, Switzerland)

12 July: Young Boys Bern (Tissot Arena, Biel, Switzerland)

15 July: Monaco (Stade d'Octodure, Martigny, Switzerland)

25 July: Sheffield United (Bramall Lane)

29 July: Bolton Wanderers (Macron Stadium)

5 August: RB Leipzig (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig, Germany)

Swansea City

12 July: Barnet (The Hive Stadium)

15 July: Philadelphia Union (Talen Energy Stadium, Philadelphia, USA)

19 July: Richmond Kickers (City Stadium, Richmond, USA)

22 July: North Carolina FC (Sahlen's Stadium, Cary, USA)

29 July: Birmingham City (St Andrew's)

5 August: Sampdoria (Liberty Stadium)

Tottenham Hotspur

23 July: Paris St-Germain (Camping World Stadium, Orlando, USA)

26 July: Roma (Red Bull Arena, Harrison, USA)

29 July: Manchester City (Nissan Stadium, Nashville, USA)

5 August: Juventus (Wembley)

Watford

8 July: Woking 1-1 Watford (Laithwaite Community Stadium)

15 July: AFC Wimbledon (Cherry Red Records Stadium)

18 July: Viktoria Plzen (Austria)

22 July: SD Eibar (Austria)

29 July: Aston Villa (Villa Park)

5 August: Real Sociedad (Vicarage Road)

West Bromwich Albion

12 July: SK Slavia Prague (Kumberg Stadium, Kumberg, Austria)

19 July: Leicester City (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

22 July: Crystal Palace or Liverpool (Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong)

26 July: Walsall (Banks' Stadium)

26 July: Burton Albion (Pirelli Stadium)

29 July: Bristol Rovers (Memorial Stadium)

29 July: Slough Town (Kevin McGoldrick testimonial, Arbour Park)

1 August: Kidderminster Harriers (Aggborough Stadium)

1 August: Port Vale (Vale Park)

5 August Deportivo La Coruna (Estadio Riazor, A Coruna, Spain)

West Ham United

28 July: Werder Bremen (Osterwald Stadion, Schneverdingen, Germany)

29 July: Werder Bremen (Heinz-Dettmer Stadion, Lohne, Germany)

1 August: Altona 93 (Adolf-Jager-Kampfbahn Stadium, Hamburg, Germany)

4 August: Manchester City (Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik Iceland)

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Re: Premier League 2017-18

Post by BobHelm » July 9, 2017, 2:40 pm

I really do appreciate your efforts , Statts, but pre-season friendlies??
They make Under 21 & European qualification games look like unarmed combat in comparison.. :D

As luck has it I only have to hold onto my sanity until 18th. July (9 days & counting :D ) when I can then bask in West Country sunshine & look forward to the delights of watching Town in raw & live pre-season epics of their own... Although the Bath game might be a bit of a struggle to arrange..
Bath City (a) - Thursday 20th July 7:30pm
Weston-Super-Mare (a) - Saturday 22nd July 3pm
Peterborough United (h) - Saturday 29th July 3pm

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Post by stattointhailand » July 9, 2017, 2:54 pm

You can look forward to a wet weekend in Weston ........... always rains on July/Aug weekends :roll:

What do you make of 'pool playing a tourny in Hong Kong against West Brom Leicester & Palace .......... klopp trying to find out why they keep losing to this type of team ??

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Post by 747man » July 9, 2017, 4:05 pm

Everton

13 July: Gor Mahia FC (National Stadium, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) Someone's avin a larf surely.......No It's Because Our Shirt Sponsors,Are Tanzanian Based.....

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Post by stattointhailand » July 9, 2017, 9:58 pm

Sorry 747 didn't realise you guys were sponsored by the ferkarewe tribe ..... hope they don't provide pigmy size shirts .... at least Rooney will be at home jumping up and down trying to see over the long grass :lol:

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Post by goodison » July 11, 2017, 6:48 am

Sad News indeed regarding the demise of Bradley Lowery. I recall him being carried onto the Hallowed Turf of Goodison Park when the Black Cats visited. Unfortunately the subject is too close to home for us as we lost a Grandson (Nong Bev) aged 2yrs. due to a similar illness. The two cases remind us that there are more important things in life than chasing a footy around. R.I.P. both lads, taken from us much too early.

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Post by stattointhailand » July 13, 2017, 7:22 pm

Just watched Le Gooners stroll past Sydney in pre - season. Scoring opened by Mertesacker after 4 mins and doubled by Le Nouveau Geezer (Lacazette) with a tap in 15 mins from time ..... well it was a froggie commentary :-"

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Post by stattointhailand » July 13, 2017, 8:55 pm

BREAKING NEWS

Manchester City agree a fee in excess of £50m with Tottenham for Kyle Walker, according to Sky sources.

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Post by 747man » July 13, 2017, 9:43 pm

Rooney Opened his Everton Account after 34 Minutes in Tanzania.....But The Kenyans drew level at 37 Mins....Latest Score 1-1..

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Post by 747man » July 13, 2017, 11:00 pm

Final Score from Dar-Es-Salam ....Gor 1 v.Everton 2 We Won The Cup......

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Post by TAXIfor7/11 » July 14, 2017, 1:06 am

''BREAKING NEWS'' Everton buy top mansion

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Post by goodison » July 14, 2017, 6:29 am

Wazza's long range goal worth watching again & again. Never mind the opposition, thank you BBC.

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Post by stattointhailand » July 14, 2017, 11:31 am

goodison wrote:
July 14, 2017, 6:29 am
Wazza's long range goal worth watching again & again. Never mind the opposition, thank you BBC.
Would appear that the power went off in Liverpool as well as Nongers during the game :-"

Everton FC stream was TOTAL SHoiTE as usual (nothing for the first 20mins) ...... good job it was shown on twitch :lol:

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Post by Zidane » July 14, 2017, 12:09 pm

747man wrote:
July 13, 2017, 11:00 pm
Final Score from Dar-Es-Salam ....Gor 1 v.Everton 2 We Won The Cup......
Everton defeat the Fuzzy Wuzzies in darkest Africa

Report by Mr Cholmondley-Warner

"In a gripping encounter Everton overcame the Gor Mahia Womens Institute in Dar Es Salaam yesterday to win the Toxteth Taxi Drivers Cup.
Roared on by a crowd of 37,which included many of Wayne Rooneys relatives,Everton took the lead through the legendary former striker when a mis hit pass to the wing flew into the net from 25 yards.
Stunned by this the Gor Maha ladies soon hit back through Miss Kali Masumba who dribbled through 6 Everton defenders and placed the ball firmly in the goals.
In the second half our Everton boys stood firm under wave after wave of the ladies attacks and broke away to score the winner through Kieran Dowell with just 7 minutes left.
Absolutely amazing as young Dowell was on holiday and only played as Everton didnt have enough for a full team.
But a magnificent win for the Everton boys which bodes well for their chances of avoiding relegation from the English Premiership next season.
Much sterner tasks lie ahead for this team starting with a tough encounter away to an Udon Expats XI this weekend but until then the Everton boys can bask in the glory of bringing more success to the British Empire."
Just when I thought our chance had passed,you go and save the best for last.

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Post by TAXIfor7/11 » July 14, 2017, 12:49 pm

:D :D :D =D> =D> =D>

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Post by 747man » July 14, 2017, 1:35 pm

Zidane wrote:
July 14, 2017, 12:09 pm
747man wrote:
July 13, 2017, 11:00 pm
Final Score from Dar-Es-Salam ....Gor 1 v.Everton 2 We Won The Cup......
Everton defeat the Fuzzy Wuzzies in darkest Africa

Report by Mr Cholmondley-Warner

"In a gripping encounter Everton overcame the Gor Mahia Womens Institute in Dar Es Salaam yesterday to win the Toxteth Taxi Drivers Cup.
Roared on by a crowd of 37,which included many of Wayne Rooneys relatives,Everton took the lead through the legendary former striker when a mis hit pass to the wing flew into the net from 25 yards.
Stunned by this the Gor Maha ladies soon hit back through Miss Kali Masumba who dribbled through 6 Everton defenders and placed the ball firmly in the goals.
In the second half our Everton boys stood firm under wave after wave of the ladies attacks and broke away to score the winner through Kieran Dowell with just 7 minutes left.
Absolutely amazing as young Dowell was on holiday and only played as Everton didnt have enough for a full team.
But a magnificent win for the Everton boys which bodes well for their chances of avoiding relegation from the English Premiership next season.
Much sterner tasks lie ahead for this team starting with a tough encounter away to an Udon Expats XI this weekend but until then the Everton boys can bask in the glory of bringing more success to the British Empire."
And WE Get Called BITTER..................YOU Obviously NEVER Watched the game I Saw it Live on a stream from Kenya TV, They were a Very Strong Team.....Well Able to put Man USHITED To the Sword or even The Spear !!!

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