2018/19 Premier League & General Football Discussion

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Liquid, May 28, 2018.

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Does football need video referees?

  1. Yes - VAR is a success

  2. Yes - The principle is needed but VAR has been badly handled

  3. No - VAR was horrible and should not be continued

  4. No - Mistakes are part of football

  5. Undecided

  6. Other (please state)

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  1. MUSC4EVER

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    Congratulations to Aston Villa, well deserved. :tup:

    Time for next season's thread??
     
  2. Liquid

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    It'll be up tomorrow. ;)
     
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    Did you get Tony Pulis leaving Middlesbrough last week, or is it part of next season's MW because their season had finished?
     
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    I have taken an executive decision to not include it; Manager Watch is to be suspended upon the conclusion of the final regular league game of the season (5th May for Football League, 12th May for Premier League). As such, Chris Hughton's sacking has been omitted as will be shown in the final post for this thread I'm currently working on.
     
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    2018/19 Final Results

    PREMIER LEAGUE

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: MANCHESTER CITY

    Relegated:
    Cardiff City, Fulham, Huddersfield Town

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    CHAMPIONSHIP

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: NORWICH CITY

    Promoted:
    Sheffield United, Aston Villa
    Relegated: Rotherham United, Bolton Wanderers, Ipswich Town

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    LEAGUE ONE

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: LUTON TOWN

    Promoted:
    Barnsley, Charlton Athletic
    Relegated: Plymouth Argyle, Walsall, Scunthorpe United, Bradford City

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    LEAGUE TWO

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: LINCOLN CITY

    Promoted:
    Milton Keynes Dons, Bury, Tranmere Rovers
    Relegated: Notts County, Yeovil Town

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    ENGLISH SUPER CUP

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: MANCHESTER CITY

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    FA CUP

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: MANCHESTER CITY

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    FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: MANCHESTER CITY

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    FOOTBALL LEAGUE TROPHY

    2018/19 CHAMPIONS: PORTSMOUTH


    FINAL MANAGER WATCH

    Arsenal - Unai Emery
    Bouremouth - Eddie Howe
    Brighton & Hove Albion - Chris Hughton
    Burnley - Sean Dyche
    Cardiff City - Neil Warnock
    Chelsea - Maurizio Sarri
    Crystal Palace - Roy Hodgson
    Everton - Marco Silva
    Fulham - Slaviša Jokanović
    Huddersfield Town - David Wagner
    Leicester City - Claude Puel
    Liverpool - Jürgen Klopp
    Manchester City - Josep Guardiola
    Manchester United - Jose Mourinho
    Newcastle United - Rafael Benitez
    Southampton - Mark Hughes
    Tottenham Hotspur - Mauricio Pochettino
    Watford - Javi Garcia
    West Ham United - Manuel Pellegrini
    Wolverhampton Wanderers - Nuno Espirito Santo

    Aston Villa - Steve Bruce
    Blackburn Rovers - Garry Monk
    Birmingham City - Tony Mowbray
    Bolton Wanderers - Phil Parkinson
    Brentford - Dean Smith
    Bristol City - Lee Johnson
    Derby County - Frank Lampard
    Hull City - Nigel Adkins
    Ipswich Town - Paul Hurst
    Leeds United - Marco Bielsa
    Middlesbrough - Tony Pulis
    Millwall - Neil Harris
    Norwich City - Daniel Farke
    Nottingham Forest - Aitor Karanka
    Preston North End - Alex Neill
    Queen's Park Rangers - Steve McClaren
    Reading - Paul Clement
    Rotherham United - Paul Warne
    Sheffield Wednesday - Jos Luhukay
    Sheffield United - Chris Wilder
    Stoke City - Gary Rowett
    Swansea City - Graham Potter
    West Bromwich Albion - Darren Moore
    Wigan Athletic - Paul Cook

    Accrington Stanley - John Coleman
    Barnsley - Daniel Stendel
    Blackpool - Gary Bowyer
    Bradford City - Michael Collins
    Bristol Rovers - Darrell Clarke
    Burton Albion - Nigel Clough
    Charlton Athletic - Lee Bowyer
    Coventry City - Mark Robins
    Doncaster Rovers - Grant McCann
    Fleetwood Town - Joey Barton
    Gillingham - Steve Lovell
    Luton Town - Nathan Jones
    Oxford United - Karl Robinson
    Peterborough United - Steve Evans
    Plymouth Argyle - Derek Adams
    Portsmouth - Kenny Jackett
    Rochdale - Keith Hill
    Scunthorpe United - Nick Daws
    Shrewsbury Town - John Askey
    Southend United - Chris Powell
    Sunderland - Jack Ross
    Walsall - Dean Keates
    Wimbledon - Neil Ardley
    Wycombe Wanderers - Gareth Ainsworth

    Bury - Ryan Lowe
    Cambridge United - Joe Dunn
    Carlisle United - John Sheridan
    Cheltenham Town - Gary Johnson
    Colchester United - John McGreal
    Crawley Town - Harry Kewell
    Crewe Alexandra - Dave Artell
    Exeter City - Matt Taylor
    Forest Green Rovers - Mark Cooper
    Grimsby Town - Michael Jolley
    Lincoln City - Danny Cowley
    Macclesfield Town - Mark Yates
    Mansfield Town - David Flitcroft
    Milton Keynes Dons - Paul Tisdale
    Morcambe - Jim Bentley
    Newport County - Mike Flynn
    Northampton Town - Dean Austin
    Notts County - Kevin Nolan
    Oldham Athletic - Frankie Bunn
    Port Vale - Neil Aspin
    Swindon Town - Phil Brown
    Stevenage - Dino Maamria
    Tranmere Rovers - Mickey Mellon
    Yeovil Town - Darren Way

    6th August - Gary Bowyer (Blackpool, resigned) League One
    21st August - Gary Johnson (Cheltenham Town, sacked) League Two
    24th August - Nick Daws (Scunthorpe United, sacked) League One
    26th August - Kevin Nolan (Notts County, sacked) League Two
    31st August - Harry Kewell (Crawley, leaves for Notts County) League Two

    3rd September - Michael Collins (Bradford City, sacked) League One
    30th September - Dean Austin (Northampton Town, sacked) League Two

    3rd October - Steve Bruce (Aston Villa, sacked) Championship
    8th October - Mark Yates (Macclesfield Town, sacked) League Two
    10th October - Dean Smith (Brentford, leaves for Aston Villa) Championship
    25th October - Paul Hurst (Ipswich Town, sacked) Championship

    11th November - Phil Brown (Swindon Town, sacked) League Two
    12th November - Neil Ardley (Wimbledon, sacked) League One
    12th November - John Askey (Shrewsbury Town, sacked) League One
    13th November - Harry Kewell (Notts County, sacked) League Two
    14th November - Slaviša Jokanović (Fulham, sacked) Premier League

    1st December - Joe Dunne (Cambridge United, sacked) League Two
    3rd December - Mark Hughes (Southampton, sacked) Premier League
    6th December - Paul Clement (Reading, sacked) Championship
    13th December - Darrell Clarke (Bristol Rovers, sacked) League One
    18th December - Jose Mourinho (Manchester United, sacked) Premier League
    21st December - Jos Luhukay (Sheffield Wedensday, sacked) Championship
    27th December - Frankie Bunn (Oldham Athletic, sacked) League Two

    4th January - John Sheridan (Carlisle United, resigned) League Two
    8th January - Gary Rowett (Stoke City, sacked) Championship
    9th January - Nathan Jones (Luton Town, leaves for Stoke City) League One
    11th January - Aitor Karanka (Nottingham Forest, resigned) Championship
    14th January - David Wagner (Huddersfield Town, sacked) Premier League
    26th January - Steve Evans (Peterborough United, sacked) League One
    30th January - Neil Aspin (Port Vale, resigned) League Two

    24th February - Claude Puel (Leicester, sacked) Premier League
    25th February - David Hopkin (Bradford City, resigned) League One
    28th February - Claudio Ranieri (Fulham, sacked) Premier League

    4th March - Keith Hill (Rochdale, sacked) League One
    9th March - Darren Moore (West Bromwich Albion, sacked) Championship
    14th March - Paul Scholes (Oldham Athletic, resigned) League Two
    24th March - Stuart McCall (Scunthorpe United, sacked) League One
    24th March - Darren Way (Yeovil Town, sacked) League Two
    26th March - Chris Powell (Southend United, sacked) League One

    1st April - Steve McClaren (Queen's Park Rangers, sacked) Championship
    6th April - Dean Keates (Walsall, sacked) League One
    26th April - Steve Lovell (Gillingham, sacked) League One
    28th April - Derek Adams (Plymouth, sacked) League One

    Sacked - 34
    Approaches - 3
    Resigned - 6

    Total - 43
     
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  6. Liquid

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    That's it for this domestic season!

    You can find the thread for 2019/20 here.
     
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    Chelsea leading 3-1 in the Europa League final as it stands. Iwobi comes off the bench and scores a screamer from outside the box after winning a free kick. 20 mins to go and can Arsenal get it back?

    EDIT: Chelsea scored a 4th and are now just having fun tearing Arsenal's defense apart. Can Hazard get a hattrick in what the commentators have been calling his "last game". Surely this has been Hazard's like 7th "last game" for Chelsea.
     
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    What was the deal with Arsenal returning 2600 or so tickets for this game? Monday was Memorial Day here in the US and we get a 1 hour Sky Sports broadcast mid morning and I saw that on their crawl thing.
     
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    Demolition job by Chelsea in the second half, Arsenal were terrible. Sarri's first ever major trophy, Hazard said he think this is goodbye in an interview there.