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2 minutes ago, Captain Turdseye said:

He’s getting better at this scoring goals thing. 

Hopefully it's not a purple patch as throughout his career he's never been a renowned goal getter. Maybe his injury has given him goal scoring powers.

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Ox easily our best midfielder when looking for a goal atm. Nice to have some burden taken off the front three and robbo

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1 minute ago, The Guest said:

What game are you watching?  He’s probably been our best player.


Mate, how long have you been here? This is the FF match thread. Hysteria, doom and gloom are default positions.....

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We’ve been really good other than a 10 min spell and absolutely dominated.  Salah has been under the radar brilliant for me.  Loads of nice touches.  Gomez’s passing has been really good as has Trents defending.

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2 minutes ago, Elite said:

Hopefully it's not a purple patch as throughout his career he's never been a renowned goal getter. Maybe his injury has given him goal scoring powers.

 

He’s not scared of having a dig, that’s for sure. 

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