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1 minute ago, sir roger said:

What changed from when we were bringing in top players , now whenever I see any decent female  players discussed they always seem to have once played for us ?

They should have signed Sturridge

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1 minute ago, sir roger said:

What changed from when we were bringing in top players , now whenever I see any decent female  players discussed they always seem to have once played for us ?

 

Yacht refit.

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Wasn’t this the best central defensive partnership in the league a few weeks ago?

 

 

Mina has been a disgrace today, ducked on the first as well, Keans passing today has been truly awful

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Oh dear, GOT will be in meltdown for the next week.

 

Bournemouth just sat off the ball in that second half and let Everton come at them, won the ball back and just utilised the pace of King and Wilson to get in behind them. Silva and Everton just obliged time after time. I was pissing myself as Silva made a double substitution and a minute later Bournemouth made it 3-1. The camera panned to the Everton bench and Silva looked like a 5 year old about to throw a tantrum. That Iwobi is utter dog shit.  

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1 minute ago, Anubis said:

Is now an appropriate time to mention we have double Everton’s points?

 

Everton also with a -2 goal difference already. 11th in the league after having a relatively easy start to their campaign. 

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22 minutes ago, sir roger said:

What changed from when we were bringing in top players , now whenever I see any decent female  players discussed they always seem to have once played for us ?

I think they've backed right off the investment since they won the WSL twice, they're just mid to lower table fodder now.

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I like Callum Wilson. If he hadn't messed up his knees and played before the years of huge transfer inflation, he'd be at a big club. He's a rare striker who scores and can also set up goals. 

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20 minutes ago, Red House said:

They've basically signed the Italian Bojan, haven't they?

I'd never seen him play before but it did strike me as odd that Juventus would be letting him go if he was that good. Was he actually good at Juventus? 

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1 minute ago, DimReaper said:

 

I'd never seen him play before but it did strike me as odd that Juventus would be letting him go if he was that good. Was he actually good at Juventus? 

He was very promising, but when they bought Ronaldo they entered "win now mode" and they would've had no time to develop him. 

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Player Valuation: £70m
As usual, didn't see any players fighting for the manager today. Well, in any game really. Klopp gets 120% from his players. Silva gets 75% from his.

Klopp gets 75% the PEDs take up the rest of the slack

 

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£34m for Iwobi was one of the strangest transfers in recent years.

 

Whatever they were smoking over at the Emirates that day must have tasted extra special. 

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1 minute ago, El Rojo said:

£34m for Iwobi was one of the strangest transfers in recent years.

 

Whatever they were smoking over at the Emirates that day must have tasted extra special. 

 

TBF we got 19 million for Solanke who is every bit as bad, plus we got 15 million for Ibe who can't even get in a team with 10 injured players. Madness mate. 

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54 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Oh dear, GOT will be in meltdown for the next week.

 

Bournemouth just sat off the ball in that second half and let Everton come at them, won the ball back and just utilised the pace of King and Wilson to get in behind them. Silva and Everton just obliged time after time. I was pissing myself as Silva made a double substitution and a minute later Bournemouth made it 3-1. The camera panned to the Everton bench and Silva looked like a 5 year old about to throw a tantrum. That Iwobi is utter dog shit.  

Obsessed! Who would dare say such a thing so soon after they not only won, but retained the Transfer Window? 

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