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1 minute ago, dandyman said:

Why when you’re losing do you take Aguero off AND leave Foden on??

Foden's the biggest myth since the Slender Man.

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Back five with three holding midfielders in front of them. Central midfielder and a shit winger up front.

 

Tony Pulis is watching this game furiously rubbing one out.

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2 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Back five with three holding midfielders in front of them. Central midfielder and a shit winger up front.

 

Tony Pulis is watching this game furiously rubbing one out.

He wouldn't stoop that low.

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