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  1. Sterling is a great example of a player that was a bag of nerves in front of goal. Very much the "would be great if could finish" type. Definately not one you could say was an instinctive scorer. Now he's a machine. True some players just know where the goal is, but of course you can teach it. With repetition repetition repetion of the right kind of practice, eventually it becomes instinctive.
  2. Taunton v Diss Town: my first game at Wembley. Nottingham forest v Liverpool: first Prem game. West brom V Sheffield Weds (the G. Johnson promotion year from league 1 I was struck by the pace of that game, thought we'd never cope up there) Shrewsbury v that lot (in the Shrewsbury end at Wembley) Real Madrid v malaga Real Madrid v copenhegan Atlético Madrid v Valencia Atlético v Barcelona (epic) Atlético v Bayern Munich (epic everything) Atlético v real (Ronaldo hat trick) Atlético v qarabag Malaga v Granada Recritivo v cadiz (the worst game I have ever seen in my life, yet the home ultras were amazing) Mallorca v Girona There may be others, but they don't stick in the memory.
  3. If my youthful memory serves Diss equalised in the 100000000th minute of injury time. I was 9 and it was my first trip to Wembley.
  4. I appreciate context is everything But imagine after scoring 5 at home, logging on after work, and this was the first comment you saw.
  5. Nobody has to respect any opinion, just their right to have it. These two things always get so confused. By respecting it, you give it validity. It's perfectly possibly to allow soneone to speak (the right to an opinion) then simply tell them they are wrong
  6. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/oct/23/freiburg-ordered-no-night-sunday-matches-new-stadium-next-sesaon-fears-noise One club in Germany has it far from easy.
  7. This won the Internet for the day. Amazing
  8. Dear football, I always thought I knew you, thought I understood our relationship. I mean I knew it was a one way thing. I get everything from you, and give very little back. But last night I truly understood you. Life is good, I'm happy in life, but sometimes there are so many stresses, little things from all angles, you get caught up in them, with not enough release. Last night I came to understand you, for one hour I played you. In that hour, I thought of nothing else but you. Getting the ball, moving the ball, the why do I have to mark the cristianó Messi on the pitch, how is it possible I've hit that 700000 yards wide? Why are you shooting from th...... Nice goal. We came off having won 6-5, got to be honest I had no idea. But I do know I came off feeling a new person. A break from my own thoughts. A break. perspective. Adrenaline. Reinvigoration. Thank you football, Never change.
  9. https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/26972498 Had to have a quick check above to make sure memory was in the right place Seems it was because Chelsea put in the agreement it wound cost 5 million for the two games, which counts as influencing another club. Uefa declared that as void, so he could play
  10. Not sure if this works in the uk. But this is the tms feed of the day. https://youtu.be/kVikIjQktrQ 6hr 57sec is just before the non run out. Cook's screams are something else. Manages to capture how we all felt in one word. P.S 6hr 14s = 8 to win
  11. Wow. I cannot comprehend what I just watched
  12. One of my favourites.. And the two goals he mentions as well. I was star struck when I met him out (around 4am) wanted to buy him a drink. He insisted it would be the other way round.
  13. David De la vibora, he's 16 now. Real Madrid youth team When he becomes a megastar in the years ahead, you heard it here first
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