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Does he have anything left? I can see he’s been back-up for Milan since leaving Napoli, but I haven’t paid attention to his career since he left us. Great from 2005-10 but he looked past it on the evidence of his last two seasons, although that could just have been because we were in flux and in no danger of troubling the top four. 

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On 10/01/2020 at 23:15, Babb'sBurstNad said:

We play Villa late in the season. Theoretically he could concede the goal that wins us the title.

 

Go on Pepe, for old times sake.

 

Tis the game after we play City. I was actually looking at the fixtures the other day and thinking if things carry on as they have been doing that could well be the game where we land the title, only 5 games to go after that one. Even better though, we could easily land the title at the Ethiad which would be sweet beyond measure. 

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15 minutes ago, dandyman said:

I’d rather win it the game before and what pep and citeh have to give us a guard of honour 

 

They'd just boo, the atmosphere would be toxic as fuck. I'd rather fans/players/and manager giving us the credit we deserve. Best scenario, win it at City and revel in our success and guard of honour at home to Villa. In all honesty though......just win it. 

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59 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I thought he was going to be first choice due to injury to other keepers?


Nyland was their first choice keeper before he got injured las season.

 

He’s been excellent for them the games he has played this season, including against us in the league cup.

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