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Beerqueen last won the day on December 9 2016

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  1. Yeah I saw the score and thought "Oh sh*t" then I thought "No, I mean oh good, ah what the hell, I know it's good but...but.. Liverpool are winning".
  2. Man utd 2-0 Watford Boro 0-2 Everton Stoke 2-0 Palace Sunderland 2-1 Southampton West Ham 1-1 WBA Brighton 3-1 Burton
  3. How could I have forgotten them?
  4. Liverpool could go three weeks without a match. I suppose that'll be used as an excuse for under-performance too "we play too infrequently", "we play too often" "Chelsea's schedule is fixed" "it isn't fair" "Chelsea have all the luck" "wah, wah, wah" http://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/21-days-liverpool-could-go-3-weeks-without-a-game-4168126
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  6. Thibault quoted saying " "It is good if you have a manager who is demanding a lot," Courtois told Sky Sports. "You have to be at your top every week, and that is what makes you champions. READ MORE Chelsea's Antonio Conte demands improvement from N'Golo Kante "If you have a manager who is not demanding then sometimes you relax and you lose games." Chelsea’s title bid has doubtless been improved by the return to form of several of their most important players, not least Courtois, who has kept the most clean sheets of any goalkeeper in the league this season. This is a modal window. This video is either unavailable or not supported in this browser Error Code: MEDIA_ERR_SRC_NOT_SUPPORTED OK Premier League Round Up: Chelsea go nine points clear at the top And the 24-year-old noted how even small changes to the way he distributes the ball were helping to bring out the best in his game. "I want to improve myself to reach a higher level," he said. "I think I am on a very good level, but I know that I can improve myself. I think in everything you can improve. READ MORE Antonio Conte: I will never take Chelsea title for granted "Everything you can improve every day and search for perfection and that is what I will try to do. "When I was in Belgium, I played a lot of balls short. At Atletico Madrid, the trainer preferred only long balls, so you forget to play short a little. So maybe that might be the biggest point of improvement." More about: Thibaut Courtois Chelsea Chelsea F.c. Antonio Conte 3 Reuse content Woman punched in face during unprovoked Tube attack Owen Jones blasts organisers of Saturday's anti-Trump march Cyclist killed and another critical in double crash horror by Taboola COMMENTS Log in or register to comment 0 Comments Subscribe RSS TOP STORY Pictured: newlywed cyclist killed in 'hit-and-run' in Enfield 2 hours Close Do you want to hide popular articles just this time or forever? Hide this time Hide Forever Cancel MOST POPULAR Ex-husband told to support wife for life after she blew £230k payout Flight attendant 'saved girl from trafficking with note left on plane' London to be colder than Iceland as freezing snap brings risk of snow Female cyclist fighting for life after crash on cycle superhighway Cyclist killed and another critical in double crash horror Bleacher Report More News » SPONSORED FEATURES Why Deptford is so desirable for homebuyers How to find the legal services most suited to you Designer stubble: what can London Fashion Week Men’s tell us about the state of the beard? My Wardrobe: designer Pearl Lowe on her love of vintage The unexpected places to find art in London Follow us: All Topics All Authors Archive Terms of use Contact Us Privacy policy Cookie policy Code of Conduct & Complaints Advertisers Promotion rules Contributors Syndication Business Connections Homes & Property Jobs London Live The Independent This is London Magazine indy100 Install our apps Close We have noticed that you are using an ad blocker. Free access to Standard.co.uk’s comprehensive package of news, sport and entertainment relies on advertising revenue. This allows us to invest in the best writers, pictures and videos. To continue viewing the site please disable your ad blocker for Standard.co.uk. Need help to do this? Thank
  7. I don't follow many of our exes on Twitter (well not the ones still playing in this country) but I still follow the lovely Juan. And he is the only footballer I know who tweets about art exhibitions, museums and other cultural attractions. Love him. Juan Mata García ‏@juanmata8 2h2 hours ago More #AndyWarhol
  8. I don't watch Arsenal TV much - usually just for the laughs when they're irate, so I don't have any previous opinion of this guy but from this, I think he's right. A lot of the difference between them and us on Saturday was desire and commitment. So often you could see Arsenal players just standing around, letting our players saunter past them. It all comes from the manager - he doesn't expect enough of them. and Arsene has become laughable about the players he "could've" signed...... he just looks ridiculous. I'm sure Shrewsbury Town's manager wanted to sign Ronaldo, Messi and Hazard but, hang on, they chose to go elsewhere. Just think of the team the Shrews could've had.
  9. Not sure that I've ever scored a big fat zilch before. But Chelsea won, so what else matters.
  10. Another quote from Joe.co.uk Theo Walcott in general Almost a micro version of Arsenal's overall hype. Scores a couple of goals, shows off his pace two or three times and this is it: he's finally arrived. This time is different - that sort of thing. Inevitably falls short and disappears into oblivion before the next season of hope comes back around. Exactly right!
  11. That sort of sums me up. Just come back from our local - one of the regulars just said "look at the the grin on her face, still smiling cos Chelsea won". Yep. That's me. New barmaid (remember I'm in Shropshire) - from London, Chelsea fan. Used to serve Dennis Wise in a pub in west London. Ah happy days.
  12. Oh Rob you're gonna have to make it to the Bridge again soon! I remember your really cool picture of you at the Shed Wall. Probably a few years back now wasn't it?
  13. Loved this line from Joe.co.uk " This unity of purpose drove them to victory against an Arsenal side who, it should be said, showed they too could play for a common cause, even if that cause was only the pursuit of collective failure once again. "