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Madmax

Ricardo Carvalho

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^^Those were the days.

It was great to see Riccy on Monday night. If he's not working at the moment it would be brilliant to see him around the club a lot more.

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"After you left Chelsea in 2010, your career went steeply downhill"

How tasteless, I'm sure if his English was better he would have given some back for that.

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5 minutes ago, CurlyHairLikeLuiz said:

"After you left Chelsea in 2010, your career went steeply downhill"

How tasteless, I'm sure if his English was better he would have given some back for that.

 

Sarcasm?

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Just now, CurlyHairLikeLuiz said:

oh, that's embarrassing. In fairness, I had to hold my laptop up to my ear to hear what they were saying, lol.

Fair enough :P

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10 hours ago, yipo said:

is he still good? if we dont get defender, maybe we should consider him 

Man, it would be sad to play with Carvalho, Ivanovic and Terry in the defence in 2016. 

 

I saw him last year at Monaco a couple of times(i watched it bc of Pasalic) and in the Euros. One can see that he was a hell of a defender but he is really slow now.

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Here's the top 10 defenders in Premier League history (taking that single stat into account)

1. Ricardo Carvalho – 135 appearances, 48.9% clean sheets
2. Tony Adams – 255 appearances, 45.1% clean sheets
3. Nemanja Vidic – 211 appearances, 45% clean sheets
4. John Terry – 488 appearances, 44.1% clean sheets
5. Daniel Agger – 175 appearances, 41.7% clean sheets
6. Steve Bruce – 148 appearances, 41.2% clean sheets
7. David May – 158 appearances, 39.9% clean sheets
8. Gary Pallister – 261 appearances, 39.8% clean sheets
9. Paulo Ferreira – 141 appearances, 39.7% clean sheets
10. Sami Hyypia – 318 appearances, 38.4% clean sheets

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On 12/15/2016 at 3:53 AM, the wes said:

Here's the top 10 defenders in Premier League history (taking that single stat into account)

1. Ricardo Carvalho – 135 appearances, 48.9% clean sheets
2. Tony Adams – 255 appearances, 45.1% clean sheets
3. Nemanja Vidic – 211 appearances, 45% clean sheets
4. John Terry – 488 appearances, 44.1% clean sheets
5. Daniel Agger – 175 appearances, 41.7% clean sheets
6. Steve Bruce – 148 appearances, 41.2% clean sheets
7. David May – 158 appearances, 39.9% clean sheets
8. Gary Pallister – 261 appearances, 39.8% clean sheets
9. Paulo Ferreira – 141 appearances, 39.7% clean sheets
10. Sami Hyypia – 318 appearances, 38.4% clean sheets

Looking at that, I would think JT's is the most impressive....considering the sheer number of appearances, and still keeping that clean sheet record. Statistically, I think he would be no.1 in almost all departments. 

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