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Discussion in 'Breakfast with Gazza (with Sachmoneious Bullcrap)' started by Zomp, Feb 9, 2019.
Oh shut up
Damn that was a nice assist for Barkley
Congratulations Mike Dean.
Chelsea had more shots first half and almost even possession. Had Ederson 1 v 1 with Pedro and forced a few big saves. Not saying I was super worried just surprisingly tense after watching the 1st half
Yeah man we feel for you. Up 5 nil now and uncomfortable. Terrible feeling.
I see some cracks in the foundation of this 5-0
Least comfortable 5-0 lead I've ever seen.
I think I’ll definitely relax if City nick a 6th
Can you post the link for that discussion? I was just visiting my wife’s sister in Bristol and I was talking to her husband and he was so disappointed about how few games he could watch over there. It didn’t really make sense to me because he didn’t have a bunch of details (they moved to UK recently).
I don’t think it’s one thread, just comments in various ones about how shit the broadcasting rules are over there. I’m sure there are sites that are discussing it though, I’ll have a look around.
I do know that I was shocked when I went over there. We went to a United game, then afterwards went to a bar in the city center to watch the next game. The bar was very clearly illegally streaming it on their 10 ft high projection tv. I guess it’s the norm there.
I think they’ll hold on now. Maybe Pep should bring on an extra Cb to be safe
Chelsea are throwing their top four chances away. Not sure Sarri lasts the season. Is this all stemming from Sarri playing Kante and Hazard out of position? Are the players just not feeling it? It's hard to watch, cos Chelsea's team is full of quality.
Not the best time for KDB to look to have pulled up a bit lame
edit: twas his doppelgänger Zinchenko, KDB's already off
Sarri with the hard duck of Pep post-whistle
edit: added video
Sarri has to be a goner, right?
By law, no game that kicks off at 3pm on Saturday (10am ET) can be shown on UK TV, that's why games are moved earlier or later on Saturday or to Sunday or Monday, so they can be broadcast.
But why is that the law?
To protect attendances at other matches starting at the same time (particularly lower leagues). The thought being that if a match was on TV at that time, many people may choose to stay home and watch it, rather than attend a match in person.
I just got finished watching and it was a terrific game. Palace did catch a break on the no-call on Luka, but there were several calls that were missed in the non-stop action. West Ham was honestly fortunate to have the draw I thought, as Palace continued their unrivaled ability to miss sitters. There were three in that game I could have scored. Of course, the one that went it, Zaha probably couldn’t do again.
It’s a weird game. That one was plentky entertaining though.
I'd say that West Ham were deservedly ahead at the break, and probably should have had 2. Palace deserved their goal as the better team after the half. The lack of a red changed the game, but Palace played very well after getting that break. All-in-all a draw was probably a fair result.
I suppose that’s fair. If Palace can’t convert the kinds of opportunities they missed in that game, they probably don’t deserve to win.