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SuperRed

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  1. Most shocking thing is that Keogh was on £29,000 a week.
  2. I’d go with a. It’s only Mount and Sancho you can class as being “blooded”. He should be playing TAA, Gomez / Tomori, Maguire, Chillwell in every game they are fit leading in to the the next tournament. Rose and Trippier have had their chance and Keane is clearly not good enough as well.
  3. We really need some top international level centre midfielders to come through. Ones who can control a game. I watched an interview with Roy Keane recently and he was criticising midfielders these days for saying they play as a 10 or they sit in front the back 4 when in the past you had to be good enough to do it all.
  4. I’ve seen people selling / advertising similar things through the various buy and sale groups for different areas on Facebook and also using a Facebook group or business page to advertise and sale. If it’s just intended as a bit of a hobby I would think that will be easier and is likely to receive more traffic than an independent website. Or you could look in to the website Etsy which is for people to sale handmade items and crafts.
  5. Big slice of humble for me. I wrote him off based on his performances a few seasons ago as I didn’t think he’d be physical enough for centre back. He’s bulked up and his loans are a really good example of the system working. He might make the odd mistake like all young centre backs but it’s really good to see him showing what he’s capable of and continuing to develop each week.
  6. He seemed to try and fit reality around his own cliches and stock phrases.
  7. You’d say that Leeds, West Brom and Fulham will be in the top 6. Swansea’s start suggests they’ll be up there to. Lots of other teams, including us, competing for the other 2 spots and there’s not much between them.
  8. Just because it’s always been that way it doesn’t mean it’s for the best and you are comparing completely different sports. But if you want to do that, hurdles were adjusted for women to reflect their physical difference from men.
  9. Women should use smaller pitches, smaller goals and smaller balls.
  10. I used to have some sympathy for Diedhiou with him often being isolated, but the performances of Afobe showed Diedhiou up for the extremely limited player that he is. Specifically the Derby game where Diedhiou came on for Afobe and gave one of the worst 20 minute performances I have seen. He has no movement, no instinct, an awful touch, and is not aggressive enough. I’d much rather see Semenyo given a chance as Diedhiou has shown he’s not good enough to get us in the top 6.
  11. SuperRed

    Baker injury

    Thanks for confirming.
  12. SuperRed

    Baker injury

    Baker wasn’t moving well just before he came off. I don’t know why i’m telling you this though as I know you won’t have seen it and I am not the official site.
  13. “Stand up if you hate the gas” was sung in response to the stewards attempting to get people to sit down.
  14. I think that’s the frustration with Josh though. He’s a decent box to box midfielder who you could say is 7/10 every week but he’s not shown that he can really influence games on a regular basis by either getting on the ball or by getting 8-10 goals. He’s good enough for us but if he’s looking to get to the next level he needs to keep improving.
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