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50 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Ignore the cunt

 

 

 

This Football Transfer News/Rumours started posting on Twitter 3 hours ago and has 11 followers. The site he links in his profile leads to an unregistered address. He knows fuck all.

 

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2 hours ago, Anubis said:
 
 
 
 
James Pearce
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Liverpool FC and Klopp are happy to let Captain Turdseye go in this window without a replacement coming in. He is surplus to requirements.
 
10.04 am • 6 Jan 2019 • Twitter for iPhone

Outstanding 

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In actual football terms, Werner would be a brilliant signing.

 

Takes great shots, quick, decent passer, and the perfect age (about to turn 23). Has improved every season for the past 3 years (from 2.7 to 3.4 to now 4.0 shots/90, from 0.53 to 0.49 to now 0.68 xG/90), basically ready to explode as a world-class player. Could cover us at the #9 and also Mane off the left.

 

Get him in.

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16 minutes ago, Ne Moe Imya said:

In actual football terms, Werner would be a brilliant signing.

 

Takes great shots, quick, decent passer, and the perfect age (about to turn 23). Has improved every season for the past 3 years (from 2.7 to 3.4 to now 4.0 shots/90, from 0.53 to 0.49 to now 0.68 xG/90), basically ready to explode as a world-class player. Could cover us at the #9 and also Mane off the left.

 

Get him in.

Stud rating?

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17 minutes ago, Ne Moe Imya said:

In actual football terms, Werner would be a brilliant signing.

 

Takes great shots, quick, decent passer, and the perfect age (about to turn 23). Has improved every season for the past 3 years (from 2.7 to 3.4 to now 4.0 shots/90, from 0.53 to 0.49 to now 0.68 xG/90), basically ready to explode as a world-class player. Could cover us at the #9 and also Mane off the left.

 

Get him in.

He’s also shit at World Cups. 

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15 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Stud rating?

Too old to make any respectable young studs list. 

 

A year ago he would have been in my top 5 though. 

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1 hour ago, Boss said:

 

This Football Transfer News/Rumours started posting on Twitter 3 hours ago and has 11 followers. The site he links in his profile leads to an unregistered address. He knows fuck all.

 

Just done a bit more digging on this kid and you’ll be surprised to hear that the Twitter account is linked to the email address paulie.dangerously@yahoo.com

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21 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

 

Just done a bit more digging on this kid and you’ll be surprised to hear that the Twitter account is linked to the email address paulie.dangerously@yahoo.com

 

So, definitely jarg info then....

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Was in a Starbucks in the Wirral a couple days ago and saw a used cup with Timo written on it. 

 

Done deal. 

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6 minutes ago, moof said:

He would be absolutely perfect for us, though. We could definitely do with an attacking signing this month. 

Given our defensive injury problems I'd say 'one at the front,one at the back' I'd then send Tony's ma home and recommend we sign a defender and an attacker in this transfer window.

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1 hour ago, Jairzinho said:

Stud rating?

9 Eurobeats out of 10.

 

Loses one for brass instead of silver belt buckle.

 

 

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Bayern are the competition here. They've been poorly run in the last few years. Goretzka, Gnabry and Sule aren't good enough. They had free reign to sign De Bruyne, Sane and Firmino (when they played in the Bundesliga) and instead baulked at the fees. Now they've got an ageing squad of stars with very little talent coming through.

 

The Bayern of old wouldn't be taking punts on players like Hudson Odi, they'd be signing Eden Hazard. It all feels very flat. They need a complete squad overhaul. Werner would be better off here. Our style suits him better. He's got a fantastic chemistry with Keita on the field.

 

Whilst saying all that, I can't help but feel he'll end up at Bayern. It's such a Bayern thing to do, to get him to run down his contract.  

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The whole German team were shit in the World Cup, so he's in a lot of exalted company. Its how he fits in at club level playing with the same team mates week in/week out. Albeit it appears Dortmund are in for him now as well.

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