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  1. Decent very hard working performance. Little bit short on quality going forwards. I thought the starting line up was odd, if you're going to play a small pacey front line then you want Palmer on the pitch surely? Massengo, Bentley and Williams stood out. Palmer and Eliasson made a difference from the bench. Swansea were pretty good and this was a fair point gained. Never seen a player use their body as effectively as Massengo, he won several fouls like that and robbed his opponent half a dozen times. If he can become as consistent with his passing he'll be some player. Overall happy especially considering the injuries, we need to battle to stay in touch until we have a fitter squad and the chance to bring in someone up front too.
  2. You can't see how we could play 433/451 ?
  3. I'd like to see us play Weimann centrally with Semenyo and Eliasson wide and Palmer at the head of the midfield trying to thread them through. I don't want to see us playing direct balls to Fam with nobody near him, it doesn't work well.
  4. That's a real shame, he'd made a great start for us. Hope he has a quick and complete recovery.
  5. Are you basing that on his continuing inability to concentrate on his marker or endless pussying out of tackles? He's useless off the ball, if we want to get value out of him we need to play him further forward than midfield where he can use his pace on the break or in behind.
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    Tammy

    If he plays all season for Chelsea he can push Rashford for Kane's understudy, all he lacks is experience in the Prem really.
  7. This post helps narrow it down, we know it's the sort of silly little child that would be admired by a stroker who wants to arrange meet ups on the internet.
  8. You can tell Stoke are bitter, they're running the lawn mower next to LJs interview.
  9. Not judging by those outfits! It's all relative...
  10. Don't know that piece of music but I just browsed the lyrics and that is an absolutely ridiculous decision.
  11. Hmmm. Hopefully we'll get a big offer for him at the end of the season. Not keen on how he's conducted himself and I think he's been stagnant as a player for a long while. If he proves me wrong I will happily admit it!
  12. Can't agree. Power is ok but it is nothing like The Wire. The Wire is gritty and realistic. Power is a love triangle with basically fantasy level criminality, it becomes unbelievable pretty quickly. It's fun but it's not in the same league as The Wire.
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    Ryan Kent

    Poor man's Neil Kilkenny for us, he did less work and pointed more. £7m for him is a crime.
  14. Try saying it on a building site. His audience here is football fans.
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