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Weekends football 22/24 April


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Friday

Championship

Preston v Burnley SS1

Saturday

FA Cup Semi Final

Everton v Man Utd 5.15pm BBC 1

Premier League

Man City v Stoke 12.45pm SS1

Liverpool v Newcastle

Bournemouth v Chelsea

MOTD 10.35pm

Championship

Derby v Sheff Wed 12.30pm SS1

Blackburn v Bristol City

Cardiff v Bolton

Charlton v Brighton

Fulham v Forest

Huddersfield v Small Heath

Hull v Leeds

Middlesbrough v Ipswich

MK Dons v Brentford

QPR v Reading

Wolves v Rotherham

FLT 9pm

Sunday

FA Cup Semi Final

Palace v Watford 4pm BT Sport 2

Premier League

Super Sunday

Sunderland v Arsenal 2.05pm SS1

Leicester v Swansea 4.15pm SS1

MOTD 2 10.30pm

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Just now, coda said:

"Clearly" :lol:

 

Great save from Jagielka.

Yes, clearly.

They did a slow motion replay and he gets the ball. It looks clumsy because he went down early, but him going down early didn't make him foul Barkley. The second leg comes around and gets the ball before any foul is made.

That's a hand ball too. 

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2 minutes ago, coda said:

Strong referee giving a Wembley penalty against Manyoo. Well done ref. :thumb:

Shame it wasn't a foul though. I'll never congratulate a ref on getting a decision wrong, even against Man U.

I detest Martinez too.

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Was at Wembley, it was great to watch a match as a neutral and look at different players in the flesh with no pretences, watching other sides batter villa on a screen every week has warped my view of football somewhat. Rashford is a really impressive player, can over do the tricks but it really shows his confidence, and his movement is very intelligent. Rooney was outstanding in midfield, always thought he'd be more effective there (at least in the last 5-6 years). Fellaini is more important to Man Utd than their fans like to think.

Everton defence was pretty disorganised for the first half hour unsurprisingly, and Cleverley was pretty poor all game. I'm surprised Deulofeu didn't get more time as he looked the most potent Everton player.

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