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The English Football Thread

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He wanted to leave because he knew he would not have gotten a fair chance at Chelsea. Azpi and RJ are in front of him, so he decided to leave. He is clearly ambitious and intelligent and he also plays like that.
Love Lamptey

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It's just a shame some sort of buy-back clause wasn't part of the equation.

Sure it will only be a matter of time till he joins one of our direct rivals.
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1 minute ago, LAM09 said:

It's just a shame some sort of buy-back clause wasn't part of the equation.

Sure it will only be a matter of time till he joins one of our direct rivals.

spuds or arse would be a nightmare

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It's just a shame some sort of buy-back clause wasn't part of the equation.

Sure it will only be a matter of time till he joins one of our direct rivals.


Maybe Lamptey did not want to have a buy back clause inserted into his new contract. Those clauses are a distraction anyway. Maybe one day we will splash 50 million to buy him back

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3 minutes ago, killer1257 said:


 

 


Maybe Lamptey did not want to have a buy back clause inserted into his new contract. Those clauses are a distraction anyway. Maybe one day we will splash 50 million to buy him back

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if we drop £50m on Lamptey down the road that means Reece has collapsed, so no no no, hope that doesn't happen

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spuds or arse would be a nightmare

I can see him ending up at Arsenal
 

 

 

 

Maybe Lamptey did not want to have a buy back clause inserted into his new contract. Those clauses are a distraction anyway. Maybe one day we will splash 50 million to buy him back

 

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True. Pleased to see him thriving elsewhere.  

 

 

I doubt he'll be coming back here anytime soon tbh.

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if we drop £50m on Lamptey down the road that means Reece has collapsed, so no no no, hope that doesn't happen
Right now, Lamptey is much better both offensivly and from a defensive point of view. I do not watch all of Lampteys matches, but from all the matches I have seen, he looked fantastic regardless who the opponent was. RJ looks nowhere close to Lamptey right now. May change one day


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7 minutes ago, killer1257 said:

Right now, Lamptey is much better both offensivly and from a defensive point of view. I do not watch all of Lampteys matches, but from all the matches I have seen, he looked fantastic regardless who the opponent was. RJ looks nowhere close to Lamptey right now. May change one day


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time will tell

Reece needs to stop taking chill pills and mainline some Costa aggro juice

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Heung-min Son and the other players who have scored four goals in a single Premier League match, including Salah, Aguero and Henry

https://talksport.com/football/353598/heung-min-son-players-score-four-goals-single-premier-league-match-salah-aguero-henry/

 

You can see all the players to have achieved this remarkable feat, listed in chronological order, below…


1. Efan Ekoku (Everton) – 1-5 at Norwich, September 1993
2. Andy Cole (Manchester United) – 9-0 against Ipswich, March 1995 (scored five) and 5-1 against Newcastle, August 1999
3. Robbie Fowler (Liverpool) – 5-2 against Bolton, September 1995 and 5-1 against Middlesbrough, December 1996
4. Gianlucca Vialli (Chelsea) – 0-6 at Barnsley, August 1997
5. Jurgen Klinsmann (Tottenham) – 2-6 at Wimbledon, May 1998
6. Michael Owen (Liverpool) – 5-1 against Nottingham Forest, October 1998 and 0-6 at West Brom, April 2003

7. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United) – 1-8 against Nottingham Forest, February 1999 and 5-1 against Everton, December 1999
8. Alan Shearer (Newcastle) – 8-0 against Sheffield Wednesday, September 1999 (scored five)
9. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Chelsea) – 6-1 against Coventry, October 2000
10. Mark Viduka (Leeds) – 4-3 against Liverpool, November 2000
11. Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 5-0 against Leeds, April 2004

12. Yakubu (Portsmouth and Blackburn) – 5-1 against Middlesbrough, May 2004 and 4-2 against Swansea, December 2011
13. Dimitar Berbatov (Tottenham and Manchester United) – 6-4 against Reading, December 2007 and 7-1 against Blackburn, November 2010 (scored five)
14. Frank Lampard (Chelsea) – 6-1 against Derby, March 2008 and 7-1 against Aston Villa, March 2010
15. Andrey Arshavin (Arsenal) – Andrey Arshavin was unstoppable against Liverpool
16. Robbie Keane (Tottenham) – 5-0 against Burnley, September 2009
17. Jermain Defoe (Tottenham) – 9-1 against Wigan, November 2009 (scored five)

18. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) – 4-0 against Hull, January 2010
19. Louis Saha (Everton) – 5-3 against Blackpool, February 2011
20. Edin Dzeko (Manchester City) – 1-5 at Tottenham, August 2011
21. Luis Suarez (Liverpool) – 5-1 against Norwich, December 2013
22. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 4-1 against Tottenham, October 2014, 6-1 against Newcastle, October 2015 (scored five) and 5-1 against Leicester, February 2018

23. Georginio Wijnaldum (Newcastle) – 6-2 against Norwich, October 2015
24. Romelu Lukaku (Everton) – 6-3 against Bournemouth, February 2017
25. Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 1-6 at Leicester, May 2017
26. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 5-0 against Watford, March 2018
27. Michail Antonio (West Ham) – 0-4 against Norwich, July 2020
28. Heung-min Son (Tottenham) – 2-5 against Southampton, September 2020

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it should be 4 4 or even 4 5 Burnley

they have hit the post twice and missed multiple other chances

still 4 2

Leicester's defence looks like dogshit

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