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The English Football Thread

Started by Steve,

not trying to make excuses, but i think that if we had faced any other midtable team instead of City after our win in Madrid, we could have won at home, but like Conte said, City with their constant pressing, quick play and intensity is what did us, we were knackered after our win in Madrid, altough our defense dealt with their threats pretty well, but still we cant have any excuses, City were simply much better and sharper than us, we had no answer for them, an extra day of rest would have helped for sure and our tough fixture list so far doesnt help either, specially after Champions League games, that´s why you need a big squad to cope with all those games in succession. Cheers

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9 minutes ago, Jason said:

Can't believe the media are hyping up De Gea again for that save - a save that's comfortable and one that you would expect any half decent keeper to make - against Liverpool. :doh:

Scary people think he’s best goalkeeper in the world. It’s funny because Neuer is streets ahead of everybody and even then at Buffons age he is still brilliant. De Gea argubaly not even best in PL, Cech, Lloris, Courtois are all just as good.

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