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  1. -Afri-Coy-

    The Transfer Wishlist Thread

    Age old thing, you can do 1000 good things but people will remember the 1 time you fucked up over those good things. Unfortunately this is how most people's minds work.
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    The Transfer Wishlist Thread

    Martinelli and Pepe will fill in the gaps, IF they can match their potential. However I would be pissed because we need a player like him.
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    Player Watch: Tanguy Ndombele

    I doubt it's an attitude problem, I reckon he had a hard time settling to begin with, the injury and then change of managers, the lose of Sissoko next to him, a few factors compounded to make it seem like this all lies at his feet which it doesn't. However if he had genuinely been lazy, which...
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    Player Watch: Tanguy Ndombele

    Mark my words, when the season resumes or restarts he is going to be an absolute menace to the entire league. Cue the optimistic ratings, but I reckon he’s going to go on and prove everyone wrong.
  5. -Afri-Coy-

    Newcastle buyout

    Howay PL, gizzuz a mint Saudi takeover for the lads.
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    The Transfer Wishlist Thread

    Simplistic view, Munier and Kurzawa are completely different players to Aurier. I would prefer English fullbacks because we seem to churn out the best fullbacks on average at the moment, but if we can’t afford it then these two will suffice on free transfers.
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    Player watch: Oliver Skipp

    my apologies, I should’ve elaborated a bit. I think Skipp has the right attributes to be a good DM for us. Low center of gravity, can pick a pass decently and has a defensive mindset. But the most important thing he has is situational awareness. This is the defining attribute of a really good...
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    Player watch: Oliver Skipp

    Stronger and tougher? That doesn't mean a better DM. Ndidi and Kante are perfect examples of this.
  9. -Afri-Coy-

    The Transfer Wishlist Thread

    He is so under the radar at the moment but a brilliant DM. Would sort out our midfield too, so I really don't want to see the scum sign him.
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    ENIC...

    These thrifty bastards can't even spare a 10'er for the SC pot, could you imagine the transfer crowdfunding?
  11. -Afri-Coy-

    The Transfer Wishlist Thread

    Jog on Kondogbia, we’re trying to have a Partey here.
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    Manager watch: Jose Mourinho

    We don't have time or a place for simple replies here, we need to debate at length. :ROFLMAO:
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    Which is fairer? Coronavirus implications

    My company here in South Africa hasn't even mentioned the virus or any contingency plans, and we work in the construction industry. In a day we can come into direct contact with 100+ clients, and they have probably come into contact with a lot more people on the site itself.
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    Premier League officially postponed until 17th of June

    True joke of it is, it’s a real possibility with them.
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    Which is fairer? Coronavirus implications

    Warzone and last man standings team takes the crown.
  16. -Afri-Coy-

    Premier League officially postponed until 17th of June

    Liverpool supporting friend of mine said if they void this season the scouse supporters will march to Buckingham Palace and take the Queen’s crown as their trophy. :ROFLMAO:
  17. -Afri-Coy-

    Premier League officially postponed until 17th of June

    They'd be all over us like a tramp on chips.
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    Premier League officially postponed until 17th of June

    Only thing I genuinely care about is Liverpool not winning the title. Void the season so those insufferable cretins have to keep quiet for a few weeks. Mind you, they would probably spend that time playing the victim card all over the show, we know how good they are at that. After all their...
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    ENIC...

    Baffles me how much he is criticized too. In terms of business and building the clubs infrastructure to the point it's at now is incredible. In terms of on field business, its debatable but he has still left us in a much better position than we were 10 years ago. That 18 month period where...
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    Manager watch: Jose Mourinho

    The intriguing thing about our current situation is the fact that it boils down to a few things at the moment. Effort and Intensity. It seems like we don’t have any, literally any juice left in the tank. From the first minute onwards, we don’t have half the energy or vigor we’ve had in recent...
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