⚽ ⚽ ⚽ ⚽ BPL Opening Weekend Football Thread ⚽ ⚽ ⚽ ⚽

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#441

The new MOTD match graphics are nice and clean aren’t they? Remember the days when they didn’t even have any.


#442

Hardly a hot take I know, but Fabregas is such an unpleasant little shit that it’s always a pleasure when something like that happens.


#443

literally no one thinks that apart from Arsenal fans.


#444

Spurs fans too tbf


#445

I don’t like them, there’s some weird shadow effect that looks weird and the colours under the team names are odd.

Just keep it simple


#446

Didn’t see the game, only the highlights. Chelsea definitely threw that game, Courtois could have saved that first one 100% certain on this


#447

I’m bemused by Shearer and other commentators trying to make out that the Cahill challenge wasn’t dangerous and a deserved red card. He’s a good foot past the ball when he catches the guy on the top of his shin with studs up.


#448

nah. as someone who’s no affiliation to arsenal, chelsea or their rivals i can confirm fabregas is a twat


#449

Cahill’s was a definite red, no argument. I thought Shearer was saying it was a red?


#450

no chance david wagner doesn’t have an extensive adult video collection at home.


#451

Nah now looks way too nicer than that. Black text on white >>>> white text on colour


#452

I’m quite a fan of that Huddersfield shirt.


#453

He said he didn’t want that tackle to be a red, but it is under the current rules. As if somehow a dangerous studs up lunge is just hi-jinx that should be tolerated.


#454

yeah I agree that black on white looks nicer, just the shadow effect doesn’t look consistent and the colour bars don’t really match the kits


#455

I’m not really seeing a shadow effect. Get a new tv mate! :wink:

Edit: oh wait I can kinda see it, don’t mind


#456

man, Palace got a fucking pasting.


#457

Huddersfield manager looks like every German man that you see at shit all-inclusive resorts


#458

That group celebration can fuck off


#459

“Expected goals”. WTF!


#460

Despite Steven Mounie’s two goals, Danny Murphy’s Man of the Match award goes to Phillip Billing