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  1. It's a nightmare at the moment. Losing TAA makes this harder to take. At least with Gomez and VVD out we could simply emphasise more on the attacking side, get as many goals as possible knowing we'd concede a few. A gung-ho approach would be fine for us since with our attack we could out-score anybody no matter how shit our defence is. But without TAA and the quality he brings to our attacking game, we have nobody that can replace what he offers.

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  2. 12 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

    1-3. Shite. 

    1-4 in the end. Absolutely embarrassing. Apparently Sparta had a lot of first team players out injured, they haven't played in ages because the season is suspended, and the lad that scored a hattrick against them is a part-time electrician. This is the team that trounced Celtic at Parkhead. 


  3. Trump is absolutely mental, but one good thing he's done is reduced America's military involvement around the world, something I've been hoping to see for many years. It's a big shame the Dems never did this and instead the likes of Obama and Clinton dragged American into conflicts they had no business in. Whoever wins, I hope we see more withdrawal of troops, less involvement in military conflicts and their bombing campaigns across the world are put to an end.


  4. 6 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

    I think he takes some dumb risks on the ball, but he's quite a complete midfielder. A threat to score, good technically, has good workrate. He, like most of their squad, gets no help from Ole, though. There is no system, no style of play besides hitting sides on the counted when they come up against a team that will attack them.

    I'm not convinced. Good but not worthy of the hype he gets.


  5. 3 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

    United fans are going to turn on Fernandes soon enough. Ole has so little impact on their style of football that he is their lone creative outlet and that's just an impossible job without some kind of robust system behind him. Without the pens, he's been average for a while, with some spark here and there.

    I've never seen the fuss with him. He's got a decent long shot and and is obviously good at penalties but I don't see what else he offers. 

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