It’s been one heck of a couple of weeks for ole Grumpy Pants.
First, United lost to something called Brighton Hove and Albion:
Then, they lost 0-3 at home to Tottenham. The presser afterwards was… not good.
Now, the pressure is fully on and the news coming out of England is that if United lose to Burnley, Mourinho is out.
To that, I say
This guy is such an insufferable arrogant prick that he deserves all the hate he is currently getting. Barça fans still remember the incident where he poked Tito Vilanova’s eye:
What an asshole…
So, what’s happening on the TV today? Let’s take a look at the schedule, shall we? Remember that all times are Pacific.
So I published this post at 3:00 AM Pacific so you could pop a few beers before the 4:30 AM Leicester v Liverpool game. Obviously, we are all watching that, right? The decision as to the next game to watch will be a tussle between Litre_cola’s Fulham squad and Yeah Right’s Bournemouth cherries.
Since the Chelsea-Cherry match is on NBCSN, that one wins out.
Now, you could follow that up with Man City destroying Newcastle, but I think a better option would be to pop over to Fox Sports 2 or Univision and watch the Battle of BMW v Porsche.
Yes, that means I think Bayern wins 4-1.
That sets you up for Real Madrid v Leganés at 11:45 and then you can get a full scoop of Liga MX action starting at 3. Let’s not forget, though, the Hippo Special between Vasco da Gama and Santos on GolTV, also at 3.
Which brings us to…
The Balls Multi of The Week!
We got two legs out of three last time with only América letting us down by tying Querétaro instead of beating them as they should have. So far we are down 1 betting unit.
Cash out your IRA, you’re going to want in on this one! Here we go:
Manchester City to Win against Newcastle United (1.11)
Yes, we start out conservatively, but this is as good as money in the bank as it gets.
Real Madrid to Win against Leganés (1.12)
Real plays at home and they’ve started to gel and accommodate to life without Ronaldo.
Barcelona to Win against Huesca (1.083)
Barcelona is at home and Huesca, although they have been playing well, is playing in La Liga against one of the giants for the first time.
Vasco Da Gama and Santos to Tie (3.10)
Yes, it’s Hippo’s random team that seems to get him gambling wins against Pele’s and Neymar’s former team! I say they can’t decide who is better.
Add them all up and what do we have?
Jump on it!
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