October fest of football

You may have thought the football was over for now after last night’s action brought September to a close. I’m happy to announce that’s not true! Actually there’s lots more football this month too. I hope you enjoy it!

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October is here. The business end of the season.

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The thing I am most looking forward to about October’s football festival is the upcoming International break!

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Buzzing my tits off in anticipation of the big Reading-Fulham fixture this evening

The October International Break is the shittiest of International Breaks.

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6 points and through to the next round of the cup will do me, ta.

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What’s up with those dates?

If you thought yesterday was bad, Newcastle v Man U is on tele on Sunday

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As a Newcastle fan I’m going to go ahead and predict that I won’t enjoy the football. Ever.

Looking forward to both managers getting sacked mid match and Phillipe Albert and Paul Parker taking the reigns for the 2nd half and free flowing attacking play from the glory days coming back…

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it is truly ‘squeaky bum time’

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Would be better if it was called “squeaky chum time”

I would argue that it wouldn’t, actually

This exchange truly proves, once and for all, that it is the “beautiful game of opinions”

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looking forward to Spurs vs Bayern later, could be quite shitehousery

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Strong.

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out of the cup so Norwich have this month:

Aston Villa (h) 5/10
Bournemouth (a) 19/10
Man Utd (h) 27/10

Would expect no less than 6 points from home, accept we’ll probably get de-wigged in the Deanatorium

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banking on a Pukki Party on the 27th, Ole’s last match at the helm

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Busy old month:
Scunthorpe (h) 5/10
Swindon (a) 8/10
Swindon (a) 12/10
Carlisle (h) 19/10
Leyton Orient (h) 22/10
Exeter City (a) 26/10
Chelsea U21 (h) 29/10

The Maradona doc is on hbo tonight. It’s by the guy who made Senna and Amy. Should be decent.