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Pete DS

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  1. Frank Lampard

    Stop, you know what he was referring to when he capitalized the entire word.
  2. Frank Lampard

    The English use the term SOCCER as well. Thank you for contributing xenophobic content for the forum. I'm sure the mods appreciate that. As a season ticket holder for NYCFC, it was an honor to see him play his final days in person. He was clearly past it and couldn't keep up with the work rate of the league overall, but was still doing the only thing he knows best - getting into the box and scoring. He's the reason why we finished #2 in the east when David Villa went through his drought and there were MVP talks before he became injured (again). Honored to say I watched Frank Lampard play his final game professionally.
  3. Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea

    Can we stop calling our formation with Pedro/Fab a 352 when Fab was clearly the RF in our 343?
  4. Oriol Romeu

    You're going to blame him for going back to his boyhood club? With Keita leaving, he's going to be the direct backup to Busquets. We knew this could happen, he hinted at possibly returning 1-2 times during the season. Don't be bitter. Not to mention it's a good bit of business by the club to make ~4m for 5 months of playing.
  5. Luka Modric

    Nothing would be signed and be put on the official websites yet even if the fee and personal terms were agreed to That has nothing to do with it.
  6. Hulk

    Where are you getting that from?
  7. The Pre-Season Thread

    So now my 2 favorite players, Luiz and Mata, won't be coming over for the tour and I won't be able to say I saw them play.
  8. Luka Modric

    That's funny you say that actually. In the link I just posted, Harry basically said the same thing.
  9. Luka Modric

    You're misinformed. Harry rejected his transfer request. http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story/_/id/934442/spurs-boss-harry-redknapp-rejects-luka-modric-transfer-request?cc=5901
  10. Bastian Schweinsteiger

    I fully believe with our current squad and the signing of Schweinsteiger, we'd be a top 2 club in the PL next season. The dude has been with BM since he was 13-14 years old though. The only more unlikely transfer in the world would be Messi.
  11. Hulk

    PSG are buying Lavezzi for that price mate. Unless Carlo keeps Pastore on the right, the purchase of Thiago Silva nearly agreed to and rumblings of a Modric bid show they are not fucking around.
  12. Hulk

    Because RW isn't a NEED, and he's not EPL proven. There is the possibility he will flop. Where as we could spend it on positions we need and/or squad depth. And who's trying to justify Torres's price tag?
  13. Hulk

    So because we bought a shitty player for 50m, that means it's ok to buy a good player for less and all logic goes out of the window? With the possibility he doesn't pan out?
  14. Didier Drogba

    As an American, I feel like it's hard for people to become soccer fans as you're really not exposed to it that much. It was this weird guy named "Drogba" who I had seen highlights of in 07-08 thinking he was just as good as Ronaldo or Kaka (the only 2 soccer players I knew at the time lol). He was the reason why I fell in love with CFC, the reason why soccer became my favorite sport, why I would wake up at 7 am on a Saturday morning to watch the match, the reason why I feel as much pain when Chelsea lose as when the NY Giants lose, or the same amount happiness when they win. The difference is that I've been watching the Giants since I was 4 years old, and Chelsea since I was 18. I'm now 21. When I buy the tickets for the PSG friendly at Yankee Stadium, I knew I would see #11 in action, finally. Now, that is no more.