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I have his autograph from the time Portugal played in Estonia. My now passed away friend got it for me for my birthday as he attended the game. I love him, and I love Carvalho. And I love Chelsea. It

He made it to Portugal's 25 men squad and likely to feature in the EC, just like Gudjohnsen in Iceland.   Damn, who would have said in 2005 that Ricky and Eidur will play in the EC in 2016? Th

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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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