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Premier League Fixtures 2017/18

Arsenal, Chelsea and Everton all have really tough starts, loads of massive games.
In October/ November, Mancheter United wil play against Liverpool, Spurs and Chelsea within 4 games, Liverpool and Chelsea away. Thats gonna be quite a tough time, with Champions League probably in the mix too.

Premier League Fixtures 2017/18North-West Derby: Manchester United vs Liverpool – October 14
Merseyside Derby: Liverpool vs Everton – December 9
Manchester Derby: Manchester United vs Manchester City – December 9
North London Derby: Arsenal vs Tottenham – November 18
Arsenal vs Chelsea – September 16
Chelsea vs Manchester United – November 4
Manchester City vs Chelsea – September 30
Arsenal vs Liverpool – August 26

Saturday, August 12, 2017Arsenal v Leicester City
Brighton and Hove Albion v Manchester City
Chelsea v Burnley
Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town
Everton v Stoke City
Manchester United v West Ham United
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton v Swansea City
Watford v Liverpool

Scotland 2-2 England, The most Scottish result of all time

The England way

1. Don't take opposition seriously in competitive match
2. Play 1 or more players out of position as an experiment
3. Look just about passable for an hour of the game
4. Concede 1-2 easily avoided goals and set yourself up to lose
5. Snatch a late draw that ends up feeling like a win
6. Continue doing this for a few years
7. Replace manager
Repeat steps 1-7
Optional: Win the occasional friendly against a normally good team who aren't taking it seriously to give fans false hope that we're not completely awful.

Scotland 2-2 England, The most Scottish result of all time
Alli, Rashford, Dier, Smalling and Livermore were all dreadful. Kane put in a pretty poor performance too, nothing seemed to click for him. Really should have already scored 2 goals by the time Scotland equalised. But he's 'saved us' and is the future of our country so I guess it's fine.
Walker was uncharacteristically bad for England today. Gave the ball away a lot.
Alli was utt…

Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid Highlights, Champions League Final

Juventus vs Real Madrid - Video Below
Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid(Mario Mandzukic min.27 / Cristiano Ronaldo min. 20 and min.64, Casemiro min.61, Marco Asensio min.90)
Red card - Juan Cuadrado min.84

Millennium Stadium - spectators:65842
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)

Ramos: "Congrats to the Presi for how he managed this. Zidane managed this club very well, with a very good atmosphere. The compliments go to my father (Perez). We have a locker room without envy or egos. We're a great group with a great coach."

The Stats:
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored in three different Champions League finals (2017, 2014 and 2008), more than any other player.Real Madrid are the first team in the Champions League era to retain the trophy.Juan Cuadrado became the third player to be sent off in a Champions League final, after Jens Lehmann (2006) and Didier Drogba (2008).Zinedine Zidane is the first manager to win back-to-back European Cup/Champions League trophies since Arrigo Sacchi with AC Milan…