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ROFL: The Best Memes & Funnies From Around the Premier League This Week

The Premier League never disappoints. The action is always fascinating, but the response on social media is what makes it even better.​

This week, we have seen some moments which will undoubtedly go down in football history, and that’s exactly how we like it.

So, let’s dive straight in to the memes of the week.​


The Head Pat


The audacity.

José Mourinho returned to Old Trafford, only to get sent packing as ​Manchester United cruised to a 2-1 win. That was bad enough, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made things infinitely worse by patting Mourinho’s head at the end of the game.

Is Mourinho one of the greatest managers of all time, or is he a toddler who has just managed to write his own name with only three spelling mistakes? 


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You’ve got to love Solskjaer acting like everything is alright at Old Trafford these days. The only thing that mattered was getting one over on Mourinho, and that deserves infinite respect.

The absolute scenes when Pep Guardiola returns the favour on Saturday.


Good(bye)ison Park

Marco Silva

So, we’re all in agreement that ​Everton are pretty rubbish these days? Good.

Marco Silva paid the price for all of that. The Portuguese boss was unceremoniously relieved of his duties after his side were mercilessly picked apart by ​Liverpool, but that was only the latest in a loooooooong line of disappointing results.

Fans were divided about the decision, but the entire world came together to celebrate the possible return of one man – David Moyes.




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​Admit it, you absolutely want to see Moyes back in business. Well, unless you’re an Everton fan.

But come on, Toffees. Just take one for the team and bring him home.

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#LjungbergOut

Freddie Ljungberg

​Arsenal fans hated Unai Emery. He was seen as the man dragging this legendary club down​, so his departure was one of the happiest days in recent memory for the Gunners (even if that’s not saying much).

Here we are, two games later, and things somehow seem even worse.

The 2-2 draw with ​Norwich City was bad enough, but following that up with a 2-1 loss to ​Brighton and Hove Albion? Ouch.




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Maybe, just maybe, Emery wasn’t the problem…

Arsenal are hovering perilously close to the relegation zone, and their tricky run of fixtures suggests that the fear and anxiety is not going anywhere anytime soon.


The Ban Is Over


​Chelsea are back baybeeeeee.

The Blues saw their transfer ban reduced (and lifted) after being found to have committed less than half of the breaches which FIFA punished them for.

Justice.

Obviously, fans went wild for the news. That ​Eden Hazard money is still burning a whole in their pocket, and just wait for that £58m from ​Álvaro Morata‘s exit to come in.





Jadon Sancho? Go on then. 

Ben Chilwell? Of course.

Timo Werner? It’d be rude not to.

Kai Havertz? Well, if you insist.



Divock Ori-GOAT


Is there anything ​Divock Origi can’t do?

The Belgian played a starring role in the Reds’ 5-2 win over Everton, continuing his ludicrous record in Merseyside derbies. The man scores goals.







It feels like Origi pops off the bench two or three times a season to drop an absolute 11/10 performance, and we’ve had the first one already.

The question is – who’s next?


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