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    Quote Originally Posted by BacheLot View Post
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    good 2nd half performance finally see BHA score a goal after some 7 games.?
    that may well become their saving grace in EPL..!! Brighton fans and players celebrating as if theyve won the league..!!
    both March and Knocky put in great performances coming off the bench today so its looking quiet dreadful situation for ARJ going forward..!!
    A rather typical (bad and good) BHA performance under CH, including the lack lustre first half and belated second half bombardment. Attacking ideas in the second half were better than the Spurs attempts against BHA (endless wild shots from outside the box).

    BHA goal: Stephens - Bruno - Murray - Pascal Groß (old heads)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KasraKhan View Post
    BHA has virtually secured their safety in the PL since they have a superior GD. Cardiff City must win their next two matches (vs Crystal Palace, and @ Man U) at a minimum for BHA to be in relegation danger.
    Next weekend will probably see Cardiff defeat Palace (on Saturday) and BHA losing at Arsenal (on Sunday).

    Man City haven't beaten Burnley yet, but I can't see them losing their title at the Amex. I could see Cardiff holding Man United to a draw at Old Trafford until last five minutes; than anything could happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Next weekend will probably see Cardiff defeat Palace (on Saturday) and BHA losing at Arsenal (on Sunday).
    Man City haven't beaten Burnley yet, but I can't see them losing their title at the Amex. I could see Cardiff holding Man United to a draw at Old Trafford until last five minutes; than anything could happen.
    Depends on what happens vs Chelsea.

    If United need a win they are going to play to attack and try to outscore their concessions rather than close a win out. Which means Cardiff is going to be pinned back heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perspolis#1 View Post
    Depends on what happens vs Chelsea.
    If United need a win they are going to play to attack and try to outscore their concessions rather than close a win out. Which means Cardiff is going to be pinned back heavy.
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    I think Chelsea will make fourth place even if they lose at Old Trafford. However, there would still be chance that Chelsea will lose at Leicester, so Man United will have an incentive to win. If Chelsea get something at Old Trafford all bets for Man U are off.

    Man City escape their banana skin 0-1 win at Burnley. Arsenal have blown CL.

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    I don't like BHA, but we have also to remember how JB was disappearing against big teams (Ajax, PSV, Feyenoord, Lyon..) when played at AZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSGman#19 View Post
    I don't like BHA, but we have also to remember how JB was disappearing against big teams (Ajax, PSV, Feyenoord, Lyon..) when played at AZ.
    What a disappearance:



    He dominated Ajax even when he played in NEC:



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    ^thats like 2 outa some like 2dozen features or so..!!??
    PSG is right .... he choked or no-showed quiet frequently when his teams would face stiff competitions in league leaders or in Cup finales..!!
    and lets not forget that he kinda/sorta flukishly amassed like 3?4? goals in one game vs some tokhmy opponent very late in his last season in order to eclipse and narrowly win the golden boot ...!!
    he sure was overall an standout performer in his Eredivisie but he wasnt all that and a bag of chips either that some like to make of him..! even if he went to a more attacking and formidable team in EPL, this was a Huge step up in competition level that he had faced so far in his career and he woulda been unlikely to score any more than a handful of goals in his first season in EPL..!!
    he looks very likely to vastly improve on his offensive stats (i mean FFS he is sitting @zilch, there is only one way to go ..!) next season if BHA remain in EPL, yet still i highly doubt he has it in him to come anywhere near double digits in goals or assists in EPL..!! He aint that caliber of a player...!! simple as .!

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    How sweet would it be if Jahanbakhsh scored his first goal in the last game of the season against ManCity, helping Liverpool win the title?

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    Proud to say that the biggest flop in brighton history is an iranian. We just keep accomplishing new feats every yr boys
    WE ARE THE UNDER DOGS

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    UK is a toxic place for our players. JB should be in a mid table Bundesliga team or La Liga. Even France and Seria A would fit him better than Brighton Gooz & Altokhm.
    IRI's politics is no different than handling a pressure cooker ..... As the pressure builds up, you slowly let the steam out just a tad bit so that you don't see overflow, and once the pressure from below is less, you put the lid down again and raise the temperature.

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