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What has been your team best and worst match this season?

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Bolton 3-1 Wigan

Worst

Fulham 4-0 Bolton
Watford 3-0 Bolton
 

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Everton's best game is easily the 3-0 win over Man Utd. Worst is a toss up between Stoke & hull away. I'd go for hull, played the second half with Baines & Naismith central midfield :ffs:
 
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Best:
Aston Villa 2-1 Liverpool (FA Cup Semi Final)

Worst, take your pick...

Southampton 6-1 Aston Villa
Arsenal 5-0 Aston Villa
QPR 2-0 Aston Villa
Newcastle 1-0 Aston Villa
Aston Villa 0-3 Arsenal
Aston Villa 0-1 Leyton Orient (League Cup 2nd Round)

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The best was probably away at City. The worst was either away at Stoke, particularly the first half, or away at Spurs where we just didn't turn up at all. All in all though the bad has been far better than last season, but at the start of the season there were a lot of indifferent performances.
 

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Biggest result was probably 3-0 win over Middlesborough, but for memories the 8-0 win away at Birmingham takes some beating.

Worst...probably losing 3-1 I think it was at Brentford in a game that was really hyped as a 6 pointer.
 

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Best was probably 3-0 away to Tottenham. We did well that game.

Worst, not sure. We've been amazingly shit in quite a few games. But losing at home to Man United obviously springs to mind.
 

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Most enjoyable game I've seen this season was the 6-0 romp against QPR last week.

Three horrible games spring to mind for us though; the 2-2 draw away to QPR where we were hopeless and only saved by the brilliance of Aguero, the 1-0 loss to Stoke at home which was a huge damp squid at the start of the season, and the 2-2 draw at home to Burnley where we were bloody 2-0 up.
 

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damp squid.
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Best performance was probably 2-0 at the Etihad, but battering Liverpool was so enjoyable it was practically FATTENING.

Going 3-0 down to Stoke after about twelve seconds was a bad one. We were also absolutely dismal away to Dortmund (2-0).
 

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Best performance was probably 2-0 at the Etihad, but battering Liverpool was so enjoyable it was practically FATTENING.

Going 3-0 down to Stoke after about twelve seconds was a bad one. We were also absolutely dismal away to Dortmund (2-0).

have you ever tasted a damp squid?

tastes like chicken.
 

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Best - City home

Worst - Hard choice. Everton away was pretty shitty, but for me it was Southampton at home. I don't think I've ever felt anger and boredom by a performance as I did that. We were very boring this year.
 

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Liverpool's best performance is when we beat Man City, they were superb. Moving the ball around quickly, pressing down constantly and Joe Allen was immense.

Worst performance, pretty much every other game.
 

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Best - City home

Worst - Hard choice. Everton away was pretty shitty, but for me it was Southampton at home. I don't think I've ever felt anger and boredom by a performance as I did that. We were very boring this year.
Surely the worst for United was the FA Cup game? Missed the chance for a trophy, United's league position has been about par really. If you're going off the league I remember watching Burnley 0-0 United at the start of the season and thinking United could be worse than under Moyes. Luckily for United it was a false alarm.
 

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Surely the worst for United was the FA Cup game? Missed the chance for a trophy, United's league position has been about par really. If you're going off the league I remember watching Burnley 0-0 United at the start of the season and thinking United could be worse than under Moyes. Luckily for United it was a false alarm.

Yep, that was bad too. Got lost in the shite.
 

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Best - Swansea away..the first half display was the best I've ever seen a Chelsea side play.

Worst - Tottenham away....the 90 minute display was the worst I've ever seen a Chelsea side play.
 

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Best: Young Boys away. Id have been made up to come away with a draw from the first leg, especially when our obligatory shoddy defending had us 1-0 down in 10 minutes. To come back and smash them 4-1 was incredible.

Worst: Plenty of contenders here, but if ever a game summed up our season, it was Dynamo Kiev away. If you told any side competing in a European two legged tie that they would win the home leg 2-1, and score 2 away goals in the second leg, they would snatch your hand off and presume they were through, as it basically meant Kiev needed to score 4 in the second leg. They scored 5...
 

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