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Aleksandr Golovin

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14 minutes ago, Sideshow Luiz said:

But, he could have had this:

I jest, I really like London.  Had a great time living there.

I love my hometown!!!!!

 

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19 hours ago, Vesper said:

I love my hometown!!!!!

 

2 great vids

Thats the only way you can treat nutters cause you can't reason with them or ignore them.

Best city in the world gal for all its problems..

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On 7/25/2018 at 11:58 PM, Jason said:

Well, well, well... :P 

I stand corrected. :D

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Great move for him. Personally would of liked to see us get him on the back of a good World Cup but he will definitely play every week in France and at a club renowned for developing talent. Will obviously have to see how it pans out for him.

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It's just a sprained ankle, and it's not like the exact same situation would have happened at Chelsea.


I know mate, just joke around. Wish him speedy recovery though.
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WTF is it real. I hope its not bad?


Yeh it’s real.

“Aleksandr Golovin sustained a right ankle sprain during today's training session.”

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4 minutes ago, Ryan Fong said:

 


Yeh it’s real.

“Aleksandr Golovin sustained a right ankle sprain during today's training session.”

 

 

 

 

 

Bad luck...

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2 hours ago, Ryan Fong said:

 


Yeh it’s real.

“Aleksandr Golovin sustained a right ankle sprain during today's training session.”

 

 

 

 

 

out for weeks/months?

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He must be thinking "what have I got myself into". Must be in regret now. He would have loved to work under Sarri imo. Monaco have been in a relegation battle all season and his season has been blighted by injuries. Has returned for past few weeks but only got himself sent off over the weekend in their drubbing by Lyon.

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5 minutes ago, Stats said:

He must be thinking "what have I got myself into". Must be in regret now. He would have loved to work under Sarri imo. Monaco have been in a relegation battle all season and his season has been blighted by injuries. Has returned for past few weeks but only got himself sent off over the weekend in their drubbing by Lyon.

To be fair, who could have foreseen Monaco's drastic drop in form this season? Anyway, he made his own choice. So...

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11 minutes ago, Jason said:

To be fair, who could have foreseen Monaco's drastic drop in form this season? Anyway, he made his own choice. So...

I mean in hindsight now, I think he would of loved to work under Sarri. 

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1 minute ago, Stats said:

I mean in hindsight now, I think he would of loved to work under Sarri. 

I really did want him beginning of the season and yes I think he would have worked great with Sarri.

From what I can remember tho he is always better playing either left or right and he has been playing this season central.

But hes still young and hes got to bounce back from this swift.

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I was so excited by the prospect of him coming here I started a new FM save just to put him in the team.

So disappointed that he went to Monaco that I can't help being petty over him having a terrible time over there lol

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2 hours ago, Jason said:

To be fair, who could have foreseen Monaco's drastic drop in form this season? Anyway, he made his own choice. So...

They have had insane injury issues

Danijel Subasic, their starting keeper, is out

Diego Benaglio  b/u GK, was out

Kamil Glik, starting CB just came back after a month out

Djibril Sidibé, starting RB, is out

Almamy Touré , b/u RB/CB, is out

Ronaël Pierre-Gabriel yet another RB, missed 3 months

Jean-Eudes Aholou Starting DMF, is out

Kévin N'Doram  b/u DMF is out

Aleksandr Golovin starting AMF  multiple injuries so far

Willem Geubbels  b/u LW (and superb young 17yo potential star) out (has been for 4 months now with torn hamstring)

Rony Lopes  starting RW, is out

Jordi Mboula  b/u RW, is out

Falcao starting CF was out earlier

Stevan Jovetic starting CF (when they play 4 4 2) out multiple times, out now

Pietro Pellegri (super young 17yo striker) is out

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Stats said:

He must be thinking "what have I got myself into". Must be in regret now. He would have loved to work under Sarri imo. Monaco have been in a relegation battle all season and his season has been blighted by injuries. Has returned for past few weeks but only got himself sent off over the weekend in their drubbing by Lyon.

He would of loved to work under Jardim too for a long haul. Sarri is a great manager but Jardim and Monaco have been influenital in the rise and progression of young/up and coming players such as Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Benjamin Mendy, Bernardo Silva, Fabinho, James Rodriguez, Anthony Martial, Djibril Sibide, Jemerson, Keita Balde, that fraudulent bastard Bakayoko.... for a young player thats pretty hard to ignore as well as the fact they won Ligue 1 ahead of PSG playing some exciting football. Sarri is a great coach too but for young players, Jardim and Monaco is just as attractive an option, probably much more in the long term. Theres no guarantee he would even start for us, with Barkley, with Ruben, with Kovacic.... so he definitely made the best move even if it hasn't clicked yet.

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5 minutes ago, OneMoSalah said:

He would of loved to work under Jardim too for a long haul. Sarri is a great manager but Jardim and Monaco have been influenital in the rise and progression of young/up and coming players such as Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Benjamin Mendy, Bernardo Silva, Fabinho, James Rodriguez, Anthony Martial, Djibril Sibide, Jemerson, Keita Balde, that fraudulent bastard Bakayoko.... for a young player thats pretty hard to ignore as well as the fact they won Ligue 1 ahead of PSG. Sarri is a great coach too but for young players, Jardim and Monaco is just as attractive an option, probably much more in the long term. Theres no guarantee he would even start for us, with Barkley, with Ruben, with Kovacic.... so he definitely made the best move even if it hasn't clicked yet.

If Monaco get relegated, he should look into Borussia Mönchengladbach, as all they are missing badly is a dynamic AMF. If they lose Thorgan Hazard or Zakaria they will surely have the money. Dieter Hecking is a great developer of young talent too.

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