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19 November 2015 15:53 Post ID: #559291
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I'm sure I've read an article somewhere that detailed how City had been last more times than any other club - obviously things have changed nowadays, but I don't think this story washes with me entirely.

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Match of the Day running order: Chelsea appear first more times than any other club, but here's why it's good to be last

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/match-of...
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19 November 2015 20:25 Post ID: #559295 - in reply to #559291
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The key phrase for me is about it being "down to the editor". Fine, someone has to make the decison and Chelsea's implosion is certainly headline news but doesn't wash with me when the games where we have delivered multiple goals and are the current league leaders have been pushed down the order because of this 'narrative' (Chelsea meltdown). Hmmmm.

Might be right though about the rags being last more often due to the dross being served up by LVG's multi-millionaires.
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19 November 2015 21:43 Post ID: #559300 - in reply to #559291
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I wonder if the rags have ever been last on the menu
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20 November 2015 07:50 Post ID: #559307 - in reply to #559291
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When does Chelsea getting beat stop being the main story?
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20 November 2015 08:45 Post ID: #559315 - in reply to #559307
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Bluedub - 20/11/2015 07:50

When does Chelsea getting beat stop being the main story?


It doesn't. And then, when Mourinho is sacked and Roman's next biatch takes over, they'll get even more preferential treatment.

Still, could be worse, at least it's not City that are the centrepiece of the soap opera, right?
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