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About manpe

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  • Birthday 09/23/1991

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Tallinn, Estonia
  • Favourite Chelsea Player John Terry
  • Fan Since Not Telling
  • Memory 2004/2005 trophy lifting

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  1. Chelsea - Arsenal

  2. Chelsea - Arsenal

    Moses is a fucking idiot.
  3. Chelsea - Arsenal

    Fabregas needs to play.
  4. Bernardo Silva

    Gündogan is toast, he won't play much anyway. Jesus is young and unproven, easily benched and rotated as a squad player. 4-1-4-1 with a DM, whoever that will be, Pep doesn't do defence anyway. If they can convince some quality players to embrace the bench, then good for them, otherwise they will need to sell. They still have Nolito for example, he will probably be gone.
  5. Bernardo Silva

    I don't rate him, that's true. Good backup to have a la Willian, not good enough to be an undisputed starter in my opinion. Let's see how he fares against Bernardo.
  6. Bernardo Silva

    They need better and have got someone better.
  7. Bernardo Silva

    Sterling, lol. Agüero Sane - KDB - D.Silva - B.Silva He fits in, unfortunately.
  8. The Conte Thread

    Yes, not competitive in Europe, I agree. What assumptions? You quoted Clockwork and I quoted you, I was replying to both of you, not only you, so no assumptions. Even if I missed your point, it was still relevant to what Clockwork said and you seemed to agree with him with that picture and saying "the truth, it hurts", hence why I quoted you as somebody who agreed with him.
  9. Tbf Mourinho has always included community shields in his trophy count, it's just his way of inflating his ego. It's okay to win it, why not, but to brag about a treble that is barely a double is just hilarious. Their season has been a failure, he's trying to switch the narrative to it having been a successful one. Our EPL win alone overshadows their "treble", and if we get the FA Cup then that is a real double with 50x more credibility than their cute little treble.
  10. The Conte Thread

    No, the original point by @Clockwork and the post you quoted was about the league. If you are changing the subject to Champions League, then that's a whole different story and has nothing to do with what I said.
  11. Victory Parade Cancelled

    Cancelled this sunday, will there be one later?
  12. Politics & Stuff

    I think there already is. The problem is that there are too many of them, many of whom people don't realize to suspect. Like the Manchester bomber, people who knew him said he was the last person they expected to do something like this. This also applies to many serial killers - they don't bark before biting. The reality is that there are too many of such people, it's simply impossible for intelligence agencies to root out every single one of them, and it takes only one to cause major disaster. I'm sure many atrocities have been prevented too, but we only see and hear about those that took place. I fear there is no solution other than complete segregation and division of people without access to each other, which you cannot imagine in a "free world". Responsibility lies with the people who started poking the Middle East and African nations out of greed, causing grief and destruction, which in turn resulted in vengeful hatred fueled by religious cultism. And those western leaders who forced uncontrolled mass immigration onto their own soil and into their own peoples' homes. It is no coincidence that terror acts in Europe have skyrocketed during the immigration crisis, common people feared that it would happen from the start, but did the decision-makers listen? Fuck no, it was lucrative business for somebody somewhere. They share the blood on their hands with terrorists.
  13. 26. John Terry

    Lol, they write that biased shit and call themselves "independent".
  14. Politics & Stuff

    Yeah, what I meant was that this news didn't "shock" me like it would have 5-7 years ago when it would have been an isolated case in Europe. I'm still disgusted thinking about those incidents, I want to meet those self-proclaimed jihadists myself and torture them beyond the limits of my imagination. All I tried to say was when something becomes common, people become used to it (in other words desensitized), and it is a sad representation of the state of our world when you expect things like this to happen every day. As it didn't happen here I'm not as emotionally invested in it as the Englishmen over here and I obviously should have expressed my point differently as shown by your reaction. Excuse my poor timing and choice of words mate. I am also very sorry for those affected directly or indirectly by this event.
  15. The Conte Thread

    It can be competitive and entertaining at the same time. In fact competition breeds entertainment, this is why leagues like in Spain, France, Italy are boring. A competitive league can consist of great teams and shit teams, doesn't matter, lack of quality doesn't exclude nor include competitiveness - both are separate things that can coexist. How people can suggest that EPL isn't the most competitive among elite leagues is beyond me, what is it then? We start each season with 6 title hopefuls, what other elite league has that? Yes it is full of mediocre teams that can beat each other and as such the league winner isn't pre-decided before the season starts, isn't that like the definition of tough competition?