With the new photos released for the upcoming second half of The Flash, it appears that the beloved comic book couple will finally be cannon on the show. However, this is an adaptation and anything can happen–Iris West could break up with Barry or the two could not be endgame depending on what the writers and fans want. So, which ship/otp should win the shipper wars? We will let fans decide.
There is no doubt that the chemistry between Iris West and Barry Allen is beyond perfect. These two actors did their homework and understood quickly the hidden attraction of their characters. Barry Allen’s childhood crush, Iris, is the only person he would truly do anything to protect. Even though Barry has loved Iris for most of his life he never told her in fear that he would lose her.
Pros: These two have an amazing dynamic and a long…
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PST’s Joe Prince-Wright and Mike Prindiville join host Jenna Corrado to break down the big game of the weekend form Stamford Bridge, plus the gang discuss Wayne Rooney’s red card and how that will impact Manchester United against Everton on Saturday.
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Arsenal and Chelsea are the only two unbeaten teams left in the Premier League but they clash in West London on Sunday. In this fixture last season Chelsea hammered the Gunners 6-0, will Jose Mourinho’s men dominate again?
As for a Rooney-less United against Everton, how will the Red Devils fare against Booby Martinez’s men?
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Steven Gerrard is not a happy man.
Following Liverpool’s 1-0 defeat to Basel in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday, the Reds have now lost four of their opening nine games in all competitions this season and just don’t seem to be clicking into the form which almost saw them win the Premier League title last season.
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Gerrard, 34, believes a lack of desire is one of the main issues impacting the Anfield club, as Liverpool’s 17-year veteran midfielder has called out his teammates.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the defeat to Basel, Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard gave an honest assessment of his teams outing.
“I think we created a good few openings where you would expect us to go and score but we didn’t deserve anything out of this game,” Gerrard said. “I thought we were too soft all over the pitch. I thought they…
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