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  1. There is absolutely no reason why LJ couldn't go on to be a success in the premier league (hopefully with us!). I can see him reaching a sort of brendan rogers at Swansea type level. He certainly comes across as more progressive than a fair few managers currently in the premier league and with a decent calibre of player i think he would do ok. I think one of his intial problems at City was that the players werent good enough to implement his methods and he has had to reign them in a bit.
  2. I get this but - It's just what we are used to. The next generation will be used to it so it will be less of an issue to them. To be honest 90% of pundits and commentators infuriate me. The England game last night for instance we had to listen to Hoddle express complete shock that Kosovo players could control a ball for 90 minutes. Whilst I understand a number of their team was made up of players plying their trade in second divisions across Europe.... Imagine a squad that has players employed by the likes of Manchester city, Lazio, Fenerbahce and Werder Bremen actually being able to pass a ball. It's lazy and shows that the majority of former professional footballers don't offer any additional insight whatsoever.
  3. I'm pretty sure that this sort of thing has only been introduced thanks to Sky Sports needing something to talk about on their 24 hour news channel.
  4. Posted this previously... but here goes: To the tune of the animals went in two by two/when johnny comes marching home. He wanted to be a ciderhead- Kalas! Kalas! An easy choice for me he said- Kalas! kalas! Fed up with being a training cone, He made Ashton Gate his home. Tomas kalas! Citys twentytwo!
  5. There was an attempt by section 82 to do a version of the Van Dijk song for him. It didn't really take off (I like most of their efforts but this one I'm not a fan of).
  6. Yeah i'm afraid i'm unable to do this one @Neutral (ive a 5am start on wednesday!). Will be at hull though.
  7. Before the window we needed a goalkeeper, a right back, a centre half and a striker. Most wanted centre mids. We've signed players in all of those positions except for a striker. Losing webster was a spanner in the works but we can't turn down 20 million regardless of if we replaced him or not. So... Decent. Not great. But decent.
  8. Got absolutely nothing. Gutted.
  9. A lot of monaco fans on twitter are blaming his dad- Who i'm guessing they see as using his son to chase the cash.
  10. Just trying to confuse the spies from Leeds - who are going to report back that we have been playing 15 different formations in training.
  11. Famara is far from unless. Hes not the best in the divison but he is streets ahead of the worst. His goal return is decent despite missing some sitters. Pack has been a mainstay in an ever improving team. im not saying there isn't better out there but we miss him when hes not there- so far from a waste. We've just spent 8 million on a centre half. Other than that i totally agree.
  12. He held all the cards, so im not suprised in the slightest. Wanted by a european giant. Already played for england. Last year of his contract. Chelsea worried they will lose him. Chelsea unable to replace him if he does leave due to transfer ban. In fairness to the lad i honestly believe he wanted to leave for regular football so must of had some assurance that he will play more this season under lampard.
  13. My point was that the fans are fickle. ZZ is considered one of their greatest players of all time and is worshiped by the fans yet GB is frequently booed despite arguably achieving more on the pitch. Obviously there is more too it than that, ZZ is the better player...but you do have to wonder what else GB can do (on the pitch) to ever win them over. Maybe a spectacular goal in the crown jewel final.....
  14. They sure are- At one point they were booing ronaldo! Imagine having one of the top two players in the world (possibly of all time) who is regularly winning you trophies... And you boo him as he had a lean month! Mental. I don't know if it's true but i read on a forum today that bale actually has better goals, asists and trophies won stats at real than zidane did as a player.
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