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2 hours ago, Herp McDerp said:

Well to be fair Messi should've won it every season since he started playing professionally. If anyone else had a season as good as one of his off/bad seasons they'd be lauded to the skies.

He's so far ahead of the rest it's ridiculous. VVD has done well just to be in strong contention. Would love Virgil to win but can't begrudge Messi winning it again. He's just different class.

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3 minutes ago, R BENO said:

How the fuck did Mahrez make it onto the top 10.

He hardly plays, and is no great shakes when he does.

Baffling

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24 minutes ago, R BENO said:

How the fuck did Mahrez make it onto the top 10.

He hardly plays, and is no great shakes when he does.

 

Won the domestic treble with his club, and the AFCON with his country. But yeah, he always seems to be a sub with City.

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Just now, Thoth said:

i Know he is the Best ever but VVD was far better than anyone for the year.. twats

I agree obviously, the fact they are now going through his history in the campions league, 4 wins, goals scored in competitions etc. It appears to be about more than just this year, which defeats the entire point.

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I don't really give a shit but the players involved probably do, which is fair enough I guess. Biggest problem therefore is it just further gold plates the fucking expressway to Madrid and Barcelona: the top players realise the only way they win these gongs is by going and joining the league carver-uppers, which makes it a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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