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    Yeh its lovely. I saw the video

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    That James goal was excellent

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    Brighton kept a record that not lost any matches in EPL which they played on Monday - Now its gone

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    Brighton has been really good and the score is not the exact reflection of the game , but Chelsea somehow managed to get through
    For Chelsea ...it is understandable with new signings ..will take time to gel...but Werner has been lively
    Kepa once again disappointed ....I think Chelsea will buy a GK immediately

    For Lampard & Co ..next up is Liverpool at Stamford Bridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by frincekjoseph View Post
    Brighton kept a record that not lost any matches in EPL which they played on Monday - Now its gone
    Chelsea's last two title wins have started with victory on a Monday evening

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    Jamie Carragher claims Timo Werner would NOT start in Liverpool's front three but admits Jurgen Klopp could regret not signing Chelsea's new 53m man after impressive Brighton display

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    Ex-rated touchline rows, hitting out in press conferences... Jurgen Klopp and Frank Lampard's feud is JUST what the Premier League needs: a real throwback to Fergie, Wenger and Mourinho's peak


    • Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp's latest feud is over summer transfer spending


    • Lampard was 'amused' by Klopp saying Liverpool are different to Chelsea


    • The pair infamously clashed when Liverpool beat Chelsea 5-3 last season


    • Now, the two managers will meet again at Stamford Bridge on Sunday after both won their opening games of the new campaign


    Klopp v Lampard is fast becoming the Premier League's biggest managerial grudge match and after years of diplomacy between the Liverpool boss, Pep Guardiola and various other big-name managers who have graced the Premier League, a little bit of needle is welcome.

    It is something that has been missing in recent years. These days, Jose Mourinho seems to turn more on his own team than rivals - his bickering with Arsene Wenger and Rafa Benitez feels more and more like a thing of the past. And mentions of Benitez inevitably conjures reminders of his various exchanges with Sir Alex Ferguson.

    The flashpoint that ignited the rivalry between Klopp and Lampard was when the Chelsea manager lost his temper in his side's 5-3 defeat at Anfield last season.

    He was furious not only with a foul being awarded when Sadio Mane went down outside the area but also with the protestations from the Liverpool bench. His ensuing expletive-ridden tirade at Klopp and his coaching staff is perhaps just as memorable as anything that happened in a gripping encounter back in July.

    'It's not a f***ing foul,' yelled Lampard, before his temper rose at Klopp for telling him to 'calm down', a comment which is a red rag to a bull for anyone who as fired up as Lampard was at the time.

    'You can f*** off and all,' Lampard shouted. 'Only title you've ever won and you think you can give it the big one, f*** off.'

    Salt was rubbed into Lampard's wounds when Trent Alexander-Arnold then whipped the free-kick past Kepa Arrizabalaga to double Liverpool's lead on the night. After the final whistle, Lampard underlined how his issue was not with Klopp but his coaching staff, warning them not to get arrogant with their success.



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    So high hopes this time..........

    entho this sunday match Chelsea jayikkumennu oru thonnal

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    Chelsea's last two title wins have started with victory on a Monday evening

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    Bournemouth beat Crystal Palace 11-10 in an Epic shootout


    Both goalkeepers missed their penalties in the shootout

    Bournemouth beat Crystal Palace 11-10 in an amazing Carabao Cup shootout after a goalless draw to set up a third-round tie with Manchester City.
    After all 20 outfield players scored, Wayne Hennessey saved Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic's spot-kick, but then blazed his own over the bar.



    David Brooks scored his second kick of the shootout and Begovic saved Luka Milivojevic's effort to send the Championship side through.
    They face holders City next week.
    The excellent finishing in the shootout was nowhere to be seen in 90 minutes. Bournemouth dominated with 17 shots to Crystal Palace's four - but only three were on target.
    The only time they managed to get the ball in the net, Sam Surridge was flagged offside.
    Stacey had a well-hit effort saved by Hennessey.
    Palace forced Begovic into only one save, with the goalkeeper denying debutant Nya Kirby in the first half.
    And so to a shootout the game went, with 20 flawless kicks before the keepers had their go. Hennessey pulled off a good save from Begovic but missed the chance to be a hero when his effort flew miles over the crossbar.
    Begovic took his opportunity to be the hero instead when he denied Palace's first-choice penalty taker Milivojevic.

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    Top 10 Premier League Annual Wages:
    1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) - 20m
    2. Jose Mourinho (Tottenham Hotspur) - 15m
    3. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) - 15m
    4. Carlo Ancelotti (Everton) - 12m
    5. Brendan Rogers (Leicester City) - 10m
    6. Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United) - 8m
    7. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United) - 7.5m
    8. Ralph Hassenhutl (Southampton) - 6m
    9. Frank Lampard (Chelsea) - 5.5m
    10. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) - 5m
    അന്നേക്കും ഇന്നേക്കും അവസാനം ശ്വാസം വരേക്കും വാമോസ് അർജന്റീന

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    Torres has Sanes pace and Silvas dribbling ability Man City have landed exciting player, says Dickov
    Manchester City have landed themselves an exciting player in Ferran Torres, says Paul Dickov, with the former Blues striker considering the Spaniard to combine the pace of Leroy Sane and the dribbling ability of Bernardo Silva.

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