Chelsea frustrated; United, Arsenal win


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Not happy about Di Maria's injury but good to see three wins in a row and I hope it's the start of a streak for United. Definitely happy with Rojo's solid 90+ performance in defense. Good also to see Chelsea held and I'm hoping that Southampton and City split the points tonight to keep them within range. Care to add anything falseflagsteve? You're usually so insightful...

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The Saints will win tomorrow. I'm thinking 2-1. These are great days to be a Soton fan after what we went through for a few years.

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Southampton have been the best thing about the Premiership this season. I thought they'd be in big trouble after the summer exodus ( getting all that cash for Lallana and Lovren looks good business given their current form ). Great to see someone outside the money clubs going so well.

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Awsome job Van Gay, i am so excited about "our" hat trick of wins in the UK premium league.Love supporting my local club of 4,000 miles away, makes me so proud to know i have never been to the place. Dave Moose almost destroyed my beloved club that i chose to support as they usually win things. This year is looking kinda awesome again and with Chelsea drawing i can see us winning the tournament this event. I despise Chelsea and their dang plastic fans fromall around the world, i kinda hope a real family club like the Red Dealers win this year, hate glory hunters, you dig?

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