Wouldn’t worry about it. Two more wins….

Who ever programed the super computer is byast.. probably a man utd fan.. because if it was based on won loss draws… goals and comceded.. even a 9 year old child will predict liverpool to win at least 5 draw maybe 3 possible loose 1… and that would he a worst case for liverpool…

Aside from the job interview with a literal League One club before he had actually retired. That sounds an awful lot like a ‘fast track’ and a ‘golden ticket’. Mediawatch must have missed the part where Ashley Cole turned Shrewsbury Town down while he was still an active player.but hey i will laugh so hard i will poo mysrlelf if the super omputer is as far off as i think it will be and hopefully never he used in convosations again… computers cannot take into account human error.. ref desisions or var desisions yellow and red cards….. not to mention injuries or simple fluke goals… and definatly doesnt take into consideration man city loosing to a team like palace

Finally, something to agree on. This is literally ‘the biggest talking point for action-starved football supporters’ since March 11. Nothing has happened in the 93 days since; certainly nothing as important as a predicted Premier League table that alters the positions of four mid-table clubs and shuffles the current bottom three around while keeping them in the relegation places.

You should really consider changing your Mediawatch publication.. it’s shocking.. it baffles me how you can wince at others, slag them off for been.hypocrites, etc.. and the produce this!? You would still get the clicks if you changed.

Sombody now saying Rashford should get a knighthood. What’s next? David Beckham a knighthood for services to sarongs? That wouldn’t surprise me. They did give Bobby Charlton a knighthood for services to ticket touting.

Isn’t it “weird” that they try to make a point about Jordan using Rashford as the example. There’s nothing negative about what Rashford has done, it’s a good news story.. just leave it at that. We know what Jordan said, and it wasn’t particularly out of character, so let it go.. he is what he is.

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Man City 7-3 Arsenal, Liverpool collapse and more silliness

There is something ironic about this opening paragraph appearing in The Sun:

‘Graham Potter has urged people to educate themselves more on the subject of racism.’

And the nation’s best-selling newspaper continues to display wilful ignorance about the role it has played in embedding a lack of cultural education and understanding deep into society.

And how about this for a start to the third paragraph?

‘Racism has come back under the spotlight…’

How good of you to make legitimate concerns over systemic and extensive discrimination sound like the latest fad that will soon go out of fashion.

How does this all work? Well, “Simulated Reality football matches reflect team form and normal match conditions,” which is a neat trick when Premier League games behind closed doors after a solid three-month break is unprecedented.

But credit to them: they have listed every single predicted result. Like Tottenham drawing 3-3 with Everton, or Aston Villa hammering Wolves 3-0.

The supercomputer also comes up with such entirely believable conclusions as:

1) Villa randomly thrashing Wolves in between eight defeats and a draw with West Ham on the final day.

2) Liverpool earning 14 more points from their final nine games; Norwich get 12.

3) Liverpool losing as many games (three) in their final nine fixtures as they have in their previous 75. They both ‘falter just a little’ and ‘well and truly limp over the line’.

4) It being a ‘disaster’ for Arsenal that they finish level on points with Tottenham, for whom finishing eighth would presumably be a boost.

5) The suggestion that West Ham ‘stay in good form’ by ‘following up their win against Tottenham with a 1-0 defeat of Chelsea’.

6) Manchester City beating Arsenal 7-3. Mind you…

The sight of football at the end of this interminable tunnel means the triumphant return of the supercomputers. Poor Liverpool.

Are you genuinely suggesting someone with all the necessary coaching qualifications and a storied playing career was ignored by Football League clubs until seven years after his retirement because he is a ‘loner’? That is the only reason you can think of as to why he has managed a League Two and League One club while Gerrard and Lampard strolled into much bigger jobs at a younger age?

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