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This Week: In deep water

This Week: In deep water

Welcome to This Week from Premier Skills English, a weekly review of football action for learners of English from across the globe. In This Week, Laura, Rich and Jack talk about the latest action from the Premier League and have lots of football English for you to learn.

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Introduction

Laura: Hello my name’s Laura and welcome to our weekly round-up section called ‘This Week’ on Premier Skills English.

Rich: Hi there. I’m Rich. We’ve got lots of interesting words and phrases to help you talk about football in English.

Jack: And I’m Jack and we hope you are all well.

Laura: The Premier League season has just two weeks left but we have plenty more football English for you to learn.

Rich: We take a look at three headlines about the Premier League action from the past seven days. This week we’re talking about the FA Cup semi-finals and the battle to avoid relegation.

Jack: Our main reason for choosing these headlines, however, is so we can focus on some useful bits of vocabulary. 

Laura: And we want you to use and practise these words and phrases by interacting with Premier League fans from around the world in our comments section.

Rich: And a little later we’ll also have a Premier League prediction for you. We want you to make your predictions, too.

Jack: If you listen to us on Apple Podcasts, you can leave your comments in the review section. We do read all the reviews and would love to hear from you.

Laura: You can find all our latest content on the Premier Skills English homepage or the Premier Skills-British Council Facebook page. 

Rich: Don’t forget that we also have our weekly Premier Skills English podcast that is released every Friday. Every week we help you with some different vocabulary or an aspect of grammar.

Jack: Our latest podcast is called Learning Vocabulary: Captain Blade.

Laura: In the roleplay, Jack and Rich are taken hostage by a football club mascot who is looking for revenge.

Rich: The language focus is on vocabulary connected to places at a football stadium.

Jack: Do you think we’ll escape? You can find the lesson on the homepage on the Premier Skills English website. 

Laura: You’re now going to hear our three headlines. After each headline, we’ll have a little discussion and look at some vocabulary. 

Rich: The words and phrases we are looking at this week are: to overcome, a blunder, to look over one’s shoulder, to sack, to be in deep water and fixture.

Jack: After the headlines, we want you to make a Premier League prediction and we have a language challenge for you to have a go at.

Headline 1

Rich: Cup final will be a capital affair.

Jack: This season’s FA Cup Final will be between Arsenal and Chelsea as both London teams overcame Manchester opposition to book a return to Wembley. Arsenal shocked City with Pierre_Emirick Aubameyang getting both goals in a 2-0 win. Chelsea beat United 3-1 after two goalkeeping blunders and an own goal gave the Blues a 3-0 lead.

Laura: You must be happy with that Arsenal performance, Jack?

Jack: Yes, very. I think Mikel Arteta is doing a great job and another FA Cup win would be fantastic. 

Rich: Let’s have a look at some vocabulary. The first word we’re going to look at is to overcome.

Laura: Jack said, Arsenal and Chelsea both overcame Manchester opposition.

Jack: To overcome means to successfully deal with or control a problem. A footballer might overcome lots of injuries to achieve success for example.

Rich: Or more generally we can talk about people who overcame lots of problems to achieve things in life.

Laura: Overcome can also be used to describe defeating another team. Arsenal and Chelsea overcame Manchester opposition. They successfully dealt with the teams from Manchester.

Jack: The next word is blunder. We said that Chelsea were helped by two goalkeeping blunders.

Rich: A blunder is a bad mistake or error. On the pitch, it’s usually goalkeeper who make blunders but it can be defenders, too.

Laura: A defensive blunder might be two defenders running into each other allowing a striker to score. 

Jack: Let’s move on to our next headline.

Headline 2

Jack: Hammers almost home and dry.

Laura: West Ham are almost safe after beating Watford 3-1 in a big relegation battle at the bottom of the table. The result leaves Watford looking nervously over their shoulders and the club took action at the weekend when they sacked their manager - Nigel Pearson.

Rich: West Ham are surely safe now. The other teams would have to win all their games and there would have to be a massive swing in goal difference.

Jack: Yes, it’s looking good for the Hammers but Watford are far from safe.

Laura: I said Watford are looking nervously over their shoulders.

Rich: To look over your shoulder is a phrase we use to describe someone who acts nervously because they are afraid about what might happen.

Jack: An escaped criminal might always be looking over their shoulder because they are nervous that they might be arrested by the police.

Laura: The phrase is used because it’s connected to literally looking to see what is behind you. Watford are worried that the teams behind them might catch them and then they will be relegated.

Rich: So, they sacked their manager. A surprise decision with just two matches of the season left.

Jack: THat’s our next word to sack someone. It means to fire someone, to tell someone to leave their job.

Laura: Normally, someone is sacked because they are not very good at their job or they do something wrong.

Rich: A manager is usually sacked or gets the sack after thor team don’t get very many good results.

Jack: Let’s look at our final headline.

Headline 3

Laura: Villa fail to capitalise.

Rich: Aston Villa are in desperate trouble at the foot of the Premier League table following a 1-1 draw at Everton. Ezri Konsa’s goal looked to have given Villa all three points but a late Everton equaliser leaves VIlla in deep water. Villa need at least one win, possibly two, from their last two fixtures to have any chance of survival.

Jack: It’s not looking good for Villa. They need to beat either Arsenal or West Ham to have any chance of surviving in the top flight.

Laura: They could be joining Norwich this weekend and Bournemouth already have one foot in the Championship.

Rich: I said Villa are in deep water. To be in deep water means to be in trouble or to be having lots of difficulties with something.

Jack: Imagine you are in the sea and can’t swim that well - you’re in deep water, you’re in trouble, you have a problem.

Laura: Villa re in deep water and could sink this weekend.

Rich: The phrase is also used when you are in trouble because you have done something wrong. You could be in deep water with the police, in deep water with the school or in deep water with your parents.

Jack: When I was a kid I remember my mum saying you’ll be in deep water if you’re not home by nine o’clock.

Laura: My mum would say hot water. 

Rich: That sounds worse. OK, our last word this week is fixture. We said that Aston Villa need to win at least one of their final two fixtures.

Jack: A fixture is a match that has been officially organised. In the Premier League, each team plays 38 fixtures. 

Laura: And there are 38 rounds of fixtures in a season. The word fixture is usually used in slightly more formal contexts.

Rich: OK. We’ve looked at three stories and six bits of vocabulary in our headlines. The words and phrases we’ve looked at are: to overcome, a blunder, to look over one’s shoulder, to sack, to be in deep water and fixture.

Jack: Have a listen to the headlines again and see if you understand the vocabulary we’ve looked at. 

Prediction

Jack: It’s time for our Premier League prediction and I think we need to talk about Rich’s prediction from last week.

Rich: Yes, I know I got the Arsenal match wrong …

Jack: Not just wrong, Rich. Here. I’m going to quote you. This is what you said last week ‘Manchester City will beat Arsenal easily so I’m going to speak about the other semi-final’.

Rich: Yes, anything can happen. I know.

Laura: It wasn’t just that prediction though was it?

Rich: No.

Laura: Here’s what you said about Chelsea and Manchester United before predicting a 3-1 win for United ‘United have been on fire and Chelsea’s form has been more up and down’. 

Rich: Yes, Chelsea won 3-1. Another bad prediction.

Jack: Well, it means that Laura has won our Premier League prediction competition. Have you got a prize?

Rich: Errr .. as a prize I think Laura can make the final prediction of the season.

Laura: I’d love to. I think the biggest match this weekend is Leicester City against Manchester United. The winner will be playing Champions League football next season and the loser will be in the Europa League. I know that you predicted a United win last week Rich and they produced a really bad performance but I don’t think that’ll happen again. Final score: Leicester 1-2 Manchester United.

Jack: So, that’s Laura’s prediction. What’s yours? Do you agree with her? You can make your prediction for this match and any other Premier League matches on the Premier Skills English website.

Language Challenge

Rich: To finish up the show we’ve got a quick language challenge connected to this week’s vocabulary.

Laura: Earlier we used the idiom to look over one’s shoulder. Here are three more idioms that use body parts. Can you complete the missing word in each sentence?

Jack: There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a _____.

Rich: I just wish they’d get off his _____. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Laura: Off the top of my ____, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

Rich: We want you to write the correct answers on the Premier Skills English website where we have some more questions and activities connected to this week’s show.

Jack: Or write your answer on Apple Podcasts if that’s where you listen to us. Just write the answers in the review section and say hi.

Laura: Before we finish we just wanted to say that we hope you found this lesson useful and we hope that all of you stay fit and healthy.

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Headlines

Cup final will be a capital affair

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores for Arsenal against Manchester City.

This season’s FA Cup Final will be between Arsenal and Chelsea as both London teams overcame Manchester opposition to book a return to Wembley. Arsenal shocked City with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netting both goals in a 2-0 win. Chelsea beat United 3-1 after two goalkeeping blunders and an own goal gave the Blues a 3-0 lead.

Headlines

Hammers almost home and dry

Declan Rice scored a brilliant goal for West Ham against Watford.

West Ham are almost safe after beating Watford 3-1 in a big relegation battle at the bottom of the table. The result leaves Watford looking nervously over their shoulders and the club took action at the weekend when they sacked their manager - Nigel Pearson.

Headlines

Villa fail to capitalise

Villa dropped points against Everton.

Aston Villa are in desperate trouble at the foot of the Premier League table following a 1-1 draw at Everton. Ezri Konsa’s goal looked to have given Villa all three points but a late Everton equaliser leaves VIlla in deep water. Villa need at least one win, possibly two, from their last two fixtures to have any chance of survival.

Vocabulary Alert

Language in the headlines

Chelsea will play Arsenal in this season's FA Cup Final.

We looked at six words and phrases in our headlines that you can learn to improve your English. Take a look at the phrases in bold. Do you understand what they mean?

Arsenal and Chelsea both overcame Manchester opposition.

Two goalkeeping blunders and an own goal gave the Blues a 3-0 lead.

The result leaves Watford looking nervously over their shoulders.

Watford sacked their manager - Nigel Pearson.

A late Everton equaliser leaves VIlla in deep water.

 Villa need at least one win from their last two fixtures to have any chance of survival.

Prediction

Premier League Prediction

Leicester play Manchester United this weekend.

Laura has our prediction this week. She spoke about the Champions League decider between Leicester City and Manchester United.

Laura thinks Manchester United will win and finish fourth. Who do you think will win? 

Vocabulary

Language Challenge

Watford are looking nervously over their shoulders.

Jack, Rich and Laura set you a language challenge. We used the phrase to look over one's shoulder earlier in the podcast and we’ve thought of three other phrases which use different body parts. Can you complete the phrases using the correct body part?

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a _____.

I just wish they’d get off his _____. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ____, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

Write the correct answer in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

David De Gea won't been happy with the goals he conceded against Chelsea.

Jack, Laura and Rich looked at three stories in the news and some vocabulary that might be new to you. Now it's your turn! Have a look at the questions and write your answers in the comments section below.

  1. Arsenal and Chelsea overcame Manchester clubs in the FA Cup. Were you surprised by these results?
  2. What's the worst goalkeeping or defensive blunder you can remember?
  3. Can sacking a manager quickly change the fortunes of a team?
  4. Laura has predicted a final score of Manchester United 2-1 Leicester City. What's your prediction?
  5. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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hsn's picture
hsn
30/04/2021
TR
5535
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DISCUSS;
1. No,football game open surprises.
2. Liverpool keeper Alisson’s blunder this season (2021)
3. Can sacking a manager quickly change the fortunes of a team? Absolutely no.I agree that manager has a big influence on the team.But she/he couldn't have to be blamed for consecutive defeats. Players' state of form, team-work, injuries might be another reasons. I always beleive and support that the manager shouldn't have changed in a season even there are many defeats. Except relegation risk.
4. ----------
5. Can you do our language challenge?

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a LEG
I just wish they’d get off his ARM. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.
Off the top of my HEAD I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

PHRASES;

• Company had to overcome the financial crisis by cutting expenses and raising sales.

• It would be a blunder when the keeper often go away from the goal in order to block opponent striker. It means empty goal for a tap-in.

• Working class always look over their shoulders because they might have to be sacked at any time. It's not looking goood for them.

• Manager was in deep water with the staff because of miscommunication. (We have this idiom but different meaning. It describes persons who have no enough knowledge but challenge for new things in her/his inexperienced area). They are said "Don't swim in the deep water")

• Here, fixture was normally 34 weeks with 18 teams. As a result of pandemic, relegation of three teams cancelled for once so 21 teams are playing 42 weeks fixture in 2021.


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hsn
30/04/2021 12:50
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5535

DISCUSS;
1. No,football game open surprises.
2. Liverpool keeper Alisson’s blunder this season (2021)
3. Can sacking a manager quickly change the fortunes of a team? Absolutely no.I agree that manager has a big influence on the team.But she/he couldn't have to be blamed for consecutive defeats. Players' state of form, team-work, injuries might be another reasons. I always beleive and support that the manager shouldn't have changed in a season even there are many defeats. Except relegation risk.
4. ----------
5. Can you do our language challenge?

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a LEG
I just wish they’d get off his ARM. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.
Off the top of my HEAD I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

PHRASES;

• Company had to overcome the financial crisis by cutting expenses and raising sales.

• It would be a blunder when the keeper often go away from the goal in order to block opponent striker. It means empty goal for a tap-in.

• Working class always look over their shoulders because they might have to be sacked at any time. It's not looking goood for them.

• Manager was in deep water with the staff because of miscommunication. (We have this idiom but different meaning. It describes persons who have no enough knowledge but challenge for new things in her/his inexperienced area). They are said "Don't swim in the deep water")

• Here, fixture was normally 34 weeks with 18 teams. As a result of pandemic, relegation of three teams cancelled for once so 21 teams are playing 42 weeks fixture in 2021.

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admin
30/04/2021
GB
560
points

Hi HSN

Fantastic to read your comment as always. This week, there's something I'd like you to look at again. 

I just wish they’d get off his _____ - not his arm.

Thanks

Jack


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admin
30/04/2021 14:41
United Kingdom
Arsenal
560

Hi HSN

Fantastic to read your comment as always. This week, there's something I'd like you to look at again. 

I just wish they’d get off his _____ - not his arm.

Thanks

Jack

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hsn
30/04/2021
TR
5535
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Thanks! Jack for your kindly attention.
The correct answer is "I just wish they’d get off his BACK" .
I wish P.S.E.team to stay well and healthy-:)


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hsn
30/04/2021 16:30
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5535

Thanks! Jack for your kindly attention.
The correct answer is "I just wish they’d get off his BACK" .
I wish P.S.E.team to stay well and healthy-:)

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
06/12/2020
UA
6296
points

Sacking a manager in the middle of the season might sometimes be a heavy blunder.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
06/12/2020 03:34
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Sacking a manager in the middle of the season might sometimes be a heavy blunder.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
06/12/2020
UA
6296
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After performing a blunder, a player began looking nervously over his shoulders.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
06/12/2020 03:33
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

After performing a blunder, a player began looking nervously over his shoulders.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
06/12/2020
UA
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Villa in the end got out of deep water.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
06/12/2020 03:30
Ukraine
Liverpool
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Villa in the end got out of deep water.

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mobeckham
27/07/2020
TR
6511
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Language Challenge
There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.

I just wish they’d get off his ****. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my **** , I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.


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mobeckham
27/07/2020 22:06
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

Language Challenge
There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.

I just wish they’d get off his ****. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my **** , I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

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mobeckham
27/07/2020
TR
6511
points

1. I was very surprised by Arsenal brilliant win over City but I was shocked by our defeat from Chelsea with two blunders with our beloved De Gea but we still trust him.

2. David Luiz's errors as it happens quite often and fans simply fed up from these continuous mistakes that drop lots of points.

3. No way anything could be changed quickly. It should take its time and find the dilemma and try to solve it by time and here's the result , Watford relegated and on the 19th position.

4. I predicted 0-1 for our United but Jesse Lingard made it two lol :))


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mobeckham
27/07/2020 22:01
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

1. I was very surprised by Arsenal brilliant win over City but I was shocked by our defeat from Chelsea with two blunders with our beloved De Gea but we still trust him.

2. David Luiz's errors as it happens quite often and fans simply fed up from these continuous mistakes that drop lots of points.

3. No way anything could be changed quickly. It should take its time and find the dilemma and try to solve it by time and here's the result , Watford relegated and on the 19th position.

4. I predicted 0-1 for our United but Jesse Lingard made it two lol :))

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elghoul
26/07/2020
DZ
3988
points

1. Thrilling FA Cup. The most success-needed clubs achieved their qualifications to the final. Some fresh air in these pandemic days for Chelsea and Arsenal.

2. I cannot remember any goalkeeping or defensive blunder in particular but the one I made in a friendly match while trying a ball control and unfortunately touched it with my hand in the box causing a penalty fault and an awful night for me is absolutely unforgetable.

3. Sacking a manager two matches before the end is surprising and hazardous. Fortunes are not seeable but logical work is far away.

4. Prediction, Man 2 Leicester 0


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elghoul
26/07/2020 13:49
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

1. Thrilling FA Cup. The most success-needed clubs achieved their qualifications to the final. Some fresh air in these pandemic days for Chelsea and Arsenal.

2. I cannot remember any goalkeeping or defensive blunder in particular but the one I made in a friendly match while trying a ball control and unfortunately touched it with my hand in the box causing a penalty fault and an awful night for me is absolutely unforgetable.

3. Sacking a manager two matches before the end is surprising and hazardous. Fortunes are not seeable but logical work is far away.

4. Prediction, Man 2 Leicester 0

Fjchaves1991
24/07/2020
BR
185
points

1 - Yes! I became surprised. I bet on both Manchester teams.

2 - Denis, a ex goalkeeper from São Paulo F.C. He was the king of Blunders.

3 - Sometimes it works, because it changes the mentality of the team, giving them more confidence. But the team must accept the new manager's ideas.

4 - I will stay on up of the wall: 2x 2. Many goals, both teams have a good attack!

5 - I know the number 1 only: "There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***


Fjchaves1991
24/07/2020 23:39
Brazil
Manchester City
185

1 - Yes! I became surprised. I bet on both Manchester teams.

2 - Denis, a ex goalkeeper from São Paulo F.C. He was the king of Blunders.

3 - Sometimes it works, because it changes the mentality of the team, giving them more confidence. But the team must accept the new manager's ideas.

4 - I will stay on up of the wall: 2x 2. Many goals, both teams have a good attack!

5 - I know the number 1 only: "There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***

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ldzingirai
24/07/2020
ZW
1745
points

Prediction

Manchester City will wind up the season on a high note. Its last fixture with relegated side, Norwich City, will be an easy sailing. I am going for 5-nill win for the Citizens.


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ldzingirai
24/07/2020 22:24
Zimbabwe
Chelsea
1745

Prediction

Manchester City will wind up the season on a high note. Its last fixture with relegated side, Norwich City, will be an easy sailing. I am going for 5-nill win for the Citizens.

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ldzingirai
24/07/2020
ZW
1745
points

Language Challenge

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.Top of the range mobile phones cost an arm and a leg. It would take me a million years to buy one.

I just wish they’d get off his hands He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ****, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.


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ldzingirai
24/07/2020 22:12
Zimbabwe
Chelsea
1745

Language Challenge

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.Top of the range mobile phones cost an arm and a leg. It would take me a million years to buy one.

I just wish they’d get off his hands He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ****, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

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elghoul
23/07/2020
DZ
3988
points

Hi, 

That is my vocabulary challenge.

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.

I just wish they’d get off his ****. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ___nose_, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.


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elghoul
23/07/2020 16:23
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

Hi, 

That is my vocabulary challenge.

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.

I just wish they’d get off his ****. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ___nose_, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Everton 3 : 1 Bournemouth


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:06
Ukraine
Liverpool
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Everton 3 : 1 Bournemouth

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Chelsea 2 : 1 Wolves


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:05
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Chelsea 2 : 1 Wolves

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Southampton 3 : 0 Sheffield


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:04
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Southampton 3 : 0 Sheffield

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Newcastle 1 : 3 Liverpool


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:03
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Newcastle 1 : 3 Liverpool

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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ManCity 5 : 0 Norwich


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:02
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

ManCity 5 : 0 Norwich

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Crystal Palace 2 : 3 Tottenham


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:01
Ukraine
Liverpool
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Crystal Palace 2 : 3 Tottenham

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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West Ham 1 : 2 Aston Villa


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 02:00
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

West Ham 1 : 2 Aston Villa

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Burnley 2 :0 Brighton


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:59
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Burnley 2 :0 Brighton

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Arsenal 1 : 1 Watford


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:58
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Arsenal 1 : 1 Watford

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
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Leicester City 2 : 1 Manchester United


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23/07/2020 01:55
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Liverpool
6296

Leicester City 2 : 1 Manchester United

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UA
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Sacking a manager when a team loses games might sometimes change its fortunes.


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Liverpool
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Sacking a manager when a team loses games might sometimes change its fortunes.

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6296
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The worst goalkeeping blunder we here in Ukraine remember well is that of Russian goalie Filimonov after Shevchenko's shot from a set-piece. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfrSHtFjtx8


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:52
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

The worst goalkeeping blunder we here in Ukraine remember well is that of Russian goalie Filimonov after Shevchenko's shot from a set-piece. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfrSHtFjtx8

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
points

I wasn"t a bit surprised by Chelsea and Arsenal getting to the final. I would be much more surprised if Arsenal lifted the cup in the end.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:47
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

I wasn"t a bit surprised by Chelsea and Arsenal getting to the final. I would be much more surprised if Arsenal lifted the cup in the end.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
points

Off the top of my head, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:43
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

Off the top of my head, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
points

I just wish they’d get off his back. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:41
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

I just wish they’d get off his back. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020
UA
6296
points

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a leg.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
23/07/2020 01:37
Ukraine
Liverpool
6296

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a leg.

Yago Azevedo
22/07/2020
BR
1
points

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a leg.

I just wish they’d get off his back. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my head, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.


Yago Azevedo
22/07/2020 19:23
Brazil
Chelsea
1

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a leg.

I just wish they’d get off his back. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my head, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

Izabela
21/07/2020
BR
1505
points

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.

I just wish they’d get off his ****. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ****, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.


Izabela
21/07/2020 14:44
Brazil
Newcastle United
1505

There’s no way they’re going to buy Messi. He’d cost an arm and a ***.

I just wish they’d get off his ****. He doesn’t need people telling him exactly what to do all the time.

Off the top of my ****, I’d say about 50 different clubs have played in the Premier League.

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Top Scorers
RankNameScore
1mobeckham6511
2Alex_from_Ukraine6296
3hsn5535
4wsanta5086
5kwesimanifest4768
6Liubomyr4416
7elghoul3988
8assemjuve3705
9aragorn19863557
10Gergő Nagy3396
Country ranking
RankNameScore
1Colombia71522
2Ukraine33445
3Spain28699
4Serbia27344
5Brazil22782
6Albania20578
7Vietnam20103
8Turkey19950
9Macedonia19074
10Bosnia and Herzegovina16333
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United142680
2Liverpool110184
3Chelsea89343
4Arsenal85493
5Manchester City57656
6Tottenham Hotspur19096
7Newcastle United10512
8West Ham United7538
9AFC Bournemouth4561
10Crystal Palace4486

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