Get ready for this…Piers Morgan said something that didn't make him look like a total buffoon this weekend.
Got a feeling we could be in for a massive upset today. United may not lose at home.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 11, 2014
Thank goodness there are people out there that save his old tweets and can remind us of the silly things he has said in the past, though.
Morgan famously said of Eden Hazard back in September 2012 that he was the "most over-rated player in world football".
After his wonderful individual brilliance against Hull on Saturday, this provided the perfect timely reminder of his lack of wisdom...
Meanwhile, Manuel Pellegrini has made many fans since arriving in England – not just because of the entertaining brand of football he has brought to Manchester City but also his genial attitude and manner.
Alan Pardew, however, would appear not to be such a big fan.
The cameras at Newcastle United's controversial loss to Manchester City on Sunday picked up Pardew using some 'salty' language to say the least. It is far too rude for us to publish here but if you really must see what he said you could do so here. Let's just say Pardew called Pellegrini an 'old lady part' and leave it at that.
As one Twitter user pointed out:
— Harry De Cosemo (@harrydecosemo) January 12, 2014
While we had a bit of UNDERREACTON theatre from Michael Owen.
Pardew's comments to Pellegrini not too polite. He seems to argue with opposing managers quite a lot. — michael owen (@themichaelowen) January 12, 2014
Poor Cheick Tiote, saw a potential wonder goal chalked off as team-mate Yoan Gouffran was in an offside position (although he did not appear to be interfering with play) but surely this is going too far?
If I was Tiote I'd kill Gouffran
— RobinLFC (@Robish13) January 12, 2014
And as for you Manchester City, well, I suppose when it comes to opposing fans you have to look at this as grudging respect.
City are pure scum. Games like that will win them the league. — Glenn McNulty (@GlennMcNulty) January 12, 2014
Luis Suarez claims his latest victim:
Marc Wilson has had a Weston Super
— Lewis Walters (@lewisw580) January 12, 2014
How Did Mark Wilson Become a Professional Footballer ? He's Possibly The Worst Player in The Premier League — Ciaran Bolger (@Ciaran_Bolger) January 12, 2014
Marc Wilson has been Liverpools best player
— Scahotty (@ScottyA93) January 12, 2014
Just when I thought Michael Dawson was the worst centre half in the world, Marc Wilson puts on a performance like that. Brutal. — Miles Devine (@Miles_Devine) January 12, 2014
What we want to know about the two people referenced in the below tweet is whose dad would win in a fight?
Liverpool fan in my class: All United fans are glory hunters, most of them aren't from manchester Me: You're not from Liverpool
Andrew Thomas Carroll - behave yourself!
— Andy Carroll (@AndyTCarroll) January 12, 2014
Finally, David Moyes might be having a tough season but he is also some kind of sorcerer…I mean look how he magically managed to be in two different places at the same time.
David Moyes watching Newcastle-City. Could be there for Cabaye? pic.twitter.com/CrbQR9KucY
— Alwyn Payne (@AlwynPayne) January 12, 2014
What do you mean one of the pictures is photoshopped?
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