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Tomo

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  • Memory winning the league at Bolton
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  1. Kalidou Koulibaly

    Sarri would probably prioritize developing Rudi into KK esque, Sarri hates the transfer market and even declined the chance to spend big on a Higuain replacement.
  2. It does seem like managers can't seem to win these days. If they overachieve with clubs on small budgets like Poch and Sarri have it's "show us your medals", yet if they win at City, Paris, Bayern, Real, Barca apparently it doesn't count because even Shannon from Scunthorpe and her dog could do the same. It seems all managers we get linked with right now are being put in one category or the other.
  3. The English Football Thread

    He had won the league twice and did quite well with Italy. None of the options mentioned have the same CV, so I don't see it being the same. He's pretty much going to keep kicking off unless he gets a blank cheque. He did an incredible job last season, but last seasons gone.
  4. The English Football Thread

    Given the way Conte has been behaving this season, keeping him is also a risk. Appointing him in the first place was aswell.
  5. The English Football Thread

    There's always alternatives, especially for a short term shot in the arm type remit, even bang average managers like Avram Grant, Tim Sherwood and (i say this with a heavy heart) Di Matteo are living proof of that!!!!
  6. 33. Emerson Palmieri

    Was he actually that good last night? Or is the desperation to see Alonso dropped leading to exaggerations? (like the Ivan-Baba situation). I thought he was pretty quiet all be it made a vital contribution at the end to seal the points. That said im by no means saying he isn't promosing and i do want to see more of him, but by the comments you'd think he unleashed his inner prime Ash last night.
  7. The English Football Thread

    Some of the rumoured targets are far from crap.
  8. Bit different situation now. Back in 2011 we had a squad alien to any other style but their own, this squad is a lot more flexible.
  9. Nemanja Matic

    He didn't play when we were 10th because he was dropped when we were 16th.
  10. Nemanja Matic

    Post 14/15 which big games was he MOTM in? He was often a big reason we were so easy to press and suffocate the life out off, infact we did just that to United with him in the side 3 halfs out of four this season.
  11. Nemanja Matic

    Yeah but when we had Torres half of League two would have been an improvement. Two wrongs don't make a right.
  12. Juan Mata

    He was very good in his prime, but he seemed to nosedive around about early 2013 and hasn't gone back to his best to this day. Watching him for United these days i can't believe he's actually the same player.
  13. Juan Mata

    I am fond of Mata, i just think his overall influence with us during his time here was greatly exaggerated.
  14. Nemanja Matic

    Honestly? I don't miss Matic one little bit. And given how bad his replacement has been and that we have had some horrific results against some shit teams, that's saying something.