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BlueLion.

Oscar

Started by BlueLion.,

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We play better with him in the team my ass!

but but, he provides balance. and apparently, anyone who cant see it, has no footballing brain!!! did not u get the memo?

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He's that bad nobody knows what he is....Number 8 or number 10....right now he's about a number 2. :ph34r:

oh wait!!! then what is ivanovic? and cesc? are they all no. 2?

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We beat Maccacbi who are awful then beat Arsenal with a lot of luck due to what happened with Costa/Koscielny and people were actually claiming this was proof of how Oscar is so important to the team :lol:

He was actually good against Arsenal but even though majority of the team has been bad, he has been beyond awful and is a passenger in this team. Like I said before when comparing him and Coutinho, Oscar will only play good if his team mates play good. He can't produce a moment of magic and really does not do anything now. His pressing is not even as good as it used to be. I was watching him today and just thinking "what is this guy offering"? If we are going to get out of this rut we are in, he really needs to be on the bench or just let out the squad. Not good enough for our 11.

He has been absolutely awful this season despite not even going to the Copa America.

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We beat Maccacbi who are awful then beat Arsenal with a lot of luck due to what happened with Costa/Koscielny and people were actually claiming this was proof of how Oscar is so important to the team :lol:

He was actually good against Arsenal but even though majority of the team has been bad, he has been beyond awful and is a passenger in this team. Like I said before when comparing him and Coutinho, Oscar will only play good if his team mates play good. He can't produce a moment of magic and really does not do anything now. His pressing is not even as good as it used to be. I was watching him today and just thinking "what is this guy offering"? If we are going to get out of this rut we are in, he really needs to be on the bench or just let out the squad. Not good enough for our 11.

He has been absolutely awful this season despite not even going to the Copa America.

At least we can more or less guess accurately he's off soon, José's making that quite clear. Means we're getting a new number 10 lol

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This whole Oscar thing has been so bad at so many fronts... wearing #11 AND #8, shipping out the most creative player since Zola in Mata before Oscar had even earned the #10 position, casting aside KDB, preaching this #10-has-to-play-defense BS and the list goes on. Just fuck off, please.

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This whole Oscar thing has been so bad at so many fronts... wearing #11 AND #8, shipping out the most creative player since Zola in Mata before Oscar had even earned the #10 position, casting aside KDB, preaching this #10-has-to-play-defense BS and the list goes on. Just fuck off, please.

That hurts to read :(

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