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  1. 3. Marcos Alonso

    Emerson, AC, and Kovacic, are really key players who need to step up and take the starting places from 3 inferior players, Alonso, Luiz, and Barkley (Barkley is only one who could come good). As for CHO, he is just going to have to scrap for playing time, as Sarri clearly thinks Willian and Pedro can still perform at an extremely high level. I do not know why Sarri hasnt played Emerson more, as when he is fit and playing to potential I only rate Alaba, Alex Sandro, Marcelo, Mendy, Alba, and Lucas Hernandez as being clearly above him, with Telles on same level as he is. Alonso and Luiz are massive defensive weaknesses.
  2. John Terry

    The stadium is empty because there is a ban (just lifted) across Egypt for no audience, due to violence. Egypt to lift ban on attending football matches, six years after Port Said stadium disaster https://www.thenational.ae/world/mena/egypt-to-lift-ban-on-attending-football-matches-six-years-after-port-said-stadium-disaster-1.760388
  3. Kalidou Koulibaly

    The reason Rugani and Caldara are/were so tough to get, is that there are only FOUR top class Italian CB's under 30 (and one isn't even under 30, lolol), they are under immense pressure to stay in Serie A OH! and add Romagnoli to my regrets list, another Italian assfuck job, like 3 years ago or so. The main Italian clubs has just pummelled us and cocked up our windows for last 4 years. I am sure if we go after Bernardeschi or Chiesa next summer or even in January for RW, we will get shivved again.
  4. Kalidou Koulibaly

    My biggest regrets of last 4 years 1 De Bruyne 2 Salah 3 not getting KK 4 not getting Alex Sandro 5 Costa shambolic mess 6 Not getting Nainggolan 3 or 4 (even 2) years ago 7 Not swapping Willian for Martial, then buying Bailey 8 not getting Rugani (BUT we were idiots for not then immediately jumping for Thilo Kehrer, who would have been perfect for Sari ball and is only 22 next month and PSG are getting for only £33m,not the almost £50m we went up to for Rugani Kehrer to PSG not complete, say Schalke http://www.goal.com/en/news/thilo-kehrer-paris-saint-germain-schalke/jix7r2h35o661wc6oupp6r2xy
  5. Miralem Pjanic

    Miralem Pjanic set to sign new Juventus contract Miralem Pjanic is set to sign a new contract with Juventus. The midfielder has been the subject of intense interest from Real Madrid in recent days. But Mediaset Premium says Pjanic will be handed new terms to 2022. The paperwork has been drawn up and will be signed on Thursday. It only adds one year to his current deal, but there is a significant increase in his salary. He'll go from earning €4.5m per year to €7m, putting Pjanic on a par with teammate Paulo Dybala. Read more at http://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/miralem-pjanic-set-to-sign-new-juventus-contract-4244402#LtPfM8UwsvXYUdhc.99 another one off the table
  6. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Rudiger is 191cm
  7. 1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

    Balenciaga Black Knife 110 Spike Patent Leather Pumps FTW! https://www.brownsfashion.com/se/shopping/black-knife-110-spike-patent-leather-pumps-12707705
  8. The Mourinho Thread

    Jose Mourinho tells Manchester United star Paul Pogba to hand in transfer request in stunning bust-up Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho are no longer on speaking terms after the Manchester United boss told the Frenchman to hand in a transfer request if he wanted to leave the club ‘again’. The pair clashed this week at United’s training ground following Pogba’s controversial comments after the Red Devils’ 2-1 win against Leicester City on Friday. Pogba was handed the captain’s armband and put in a man of the match display against the Foxes in a performance that many supporters had hoped would quash speculation that he wants to join Barcelona. However, Pogba all but confirmed his unhappiness at the club by telling reporters after the game: ‘There are things I can say and there are things that I cannot say, otherwise I will get fined’. Mourinho was said to be furious at the comments after extending an olive branch to the midfielder and he believes Pogba threw the goodwill back in his face, according to the Sun. The pair are said to have clashed with Mourinho telling Pogba if he wanted to quit the club ‘again’ he should hand in a transfer request. Mourinho was clearly referencing Pogba’s decision to leave United in 2012 for Juventus when he felt he wasn’t given enough playing time by Sir Alex Ferguson. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/08/15/jose-mourinho-tells-manchester-united-star-paul-pogba-hand-transfer-request-stunning-bust-7844957/?ito=cbshare https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/7025302/jose-mourinho-and-paul-pogba-in-incredible-bust-up-that-leaves-relationship-at-all-time-low/?utm_source=TWITTER&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=SprnklrSUNOrganic&UTMX=Editorial:TheSunFootball:TwImageandlink:Statement:Sport
  9. The Mourinho Thread

    Man Utd transfer news: Bailly and Lindelof stopped Maguire and Alderweireld deals https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1003293/Man-Utd-transfer-news-Eric-Bailly-Victor-Lindelof-Jose-Mourinho MANCHESTER UNITED’s board were not prepared to give Jose Mourinho funds for a centre-back this summer after already spending over £60million in that position over the last two years That is the opinion of BBC Sport pundit and legendary Arsenal striker Ian Wright. Mourinho was desperate to bring in a central defender but a deal failed to materialise. Leicester and England star Harry Maguire and Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld were two of the Portuguese manager’s top targets. However, Wright reckons executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward did not trust Mourinho to spend on a centre-back again. Eric Bailly joined United in Jose Mourinho’s first summer in charge in 2016 for £30m, with Victor Lindelof arriving a year later for a similar price. “Well he’s not getting the money now,” Wright said on BBC Radio 5 Live. “He’s not getting the money now because I think if you look at Eric Bailly and Lindelof, why wouldn’t Ed Woodward or the Glazers say ‘well, we got you them two, why don’t you work with them two? What’s wrong with them?’.” Wright believes the United board would have backed Mourinho if a proven defender such as Real Madrid stars Raphael Varane or Sergio Ramos were available. LOLOL Mourinho is OBSESSED (for years) By far the most is Varane (will never get him) Ivan Perisic (this year was last chance saloon, as he turns 30 in 5, 6 months) Matic (got him, hurt us, helped Mo) Antoine Griezmann (doubt he gets him) Radja Nainggolan (will never get him he is 30, 31 in May, and will spend his last 2 or 3 top years at Inter) Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (the last two years, and desperately want to sell Pogba to Juve and buy SMS) Willian (by FAR the biggest heartbreak of the year is that we could not work out a swap for Martial for Willian, with £10m or so kicked in to make it happen, and then buy Bailey) Maybe in January!! (I am dreaming again) Gareth Bale (IF Real reloads I could still see thsi happening in january or especially next summer) Alexis Sánchez (got him,and he has been a bust IMHO,especially at his INSANE wages) Marquinhos (with Koulibaly off the table apparently for good, he is by FAR my number one CB I would love to get) Harry Maguire (new one, who knows) Alex Sandro (I cannot believe either we or Manure have not just bought him via brute force offer) Toby Alderweireld (this was last chance, he turns 30 in 6 months) Henrikh Mkhitaryan (got him, bust) Arturo Vidal (too late, he will finish top level career at Barca)
  10. Kalidou Koulibaly

    I think we can officially pull the plug on ever getting him. He signed a new 5 year contract with Napoli 10 days ago, and I do not think there is even a release clause for non Serie A teams now (there never was for Italian teams after Juve took Higuain a couple years ago). http://www.goal.com/en/news/koulibaly-pens-new-contract-to-end-90m-chase-for-chelsea-man/17qcg0aie0ho81mgouo1v41env Even if we did buy him next year, we only get 2 seasons out of him before he hits 30. There is zero reason anyone should pay £90m or £100m for a player you only will get 2 sub 30yo years out of, especially a CB, which after DMF is the hardest, most taxing position to play, especially in the EPL. Fernandinho is literally the only over 30yo DMF in the world who is remotely even close to world class, and I predict he was issues starting this year (as he turns 34 in the spring). Busquets (still second best DMF in world after Kante) and Matic (less so)are the only 30 year olds who are WC, or near, so it really is a young mans position far more than any other. CB in the EPL is almost as bad, but not quite.
  11. Diego Costa

    Madrid looked a shell of former selves. Zidane never gave up 4 goals ever as a Real manager, Julen Lopetegui did it in his first real game, lolol. They certainly lost their swagger now with CR7 gone. I am positive they go after some on this list still (even if window for inbound is closed in EPL) Perez is under insane pressure from the biggest fan base in the world. They will deffo take a serious look at all in January and next summer. Kylian Mbappé Neymar Eden Hazard Mohamed Salah Harry Kane Mauro Icardi Antoine Griezmann Paulo Dybala David Alaba Sergej Milinkovic-Savic N'Golo Kanté Paul Pogba Marco Verratti Robert Lewandowski Roberto Firmino Ousmane Dembélé Dele Alli Thiago Kalidou Koulibaly Marquinhos Christian Eriksen Anthony Martial Miralem Pjanic Nabil Fekir Timo Werner Matthijs de Ligt Kingsley Coman Christian Pulisic Alex Sandro Leon Bailey
  12. The Board

    Granovskaia will continue to take the lead over player transfer and contract negotiations.