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That’s true. He worked on his physique a lot after he joint Bayern. But I am still pretty sure he had a mildly dosed tren/test cycle during the lockdown. Maybe some Anavar or Dianabol as well. You can see how his face aged, The receding hairline, the acne and also the skin on his shoulders. Same stuff I have seen in dozens of guys in the gym doing Roids for their first time. 
Yes, that is for sure.

But before lockdown against Augsburg on 08.03.20,in which he scored a goal, he does not look anywhere close to what he looks now. In three months training, I do not think that is possible. I can see a full time natural Bodybuilder look like that in solid 2 years training, but not in 3 months. He always did his strenght work, but he did not build that much muscle.

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It is 2020 and people still think Barkley will become good...

Scored a hattrick tonight and made an assist for Vitesse in their Europa League playoff match against Ado Den Haag. What a season this lad is having. I think that is double figures for both goals and

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Yes, that is for sure.

But before lockdown against Augsburg on 08.03.20,in which he scored a goal, he does not look anywhere close to what he looks now. In three months training, I do not think that is possible. I can see a full time natural Bodybuilder look like that in solid 2 years training, but not in 3 months. He always did his strenght work, but he did not build that much muscle.

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Even 2 years is some schedule. He would need to have 0 injuries and almost no time sick to make that progression in 2 years. For a lanky guy like goretzka with tiny wrists and long tendons, hitting close to natural limit in this time is definitely not possible without roids. He surely was advised on this by some docs to limit long term side effects. I would still advise people to not go that route even under professional oversight unless your financial future depends on it and your family planning is complete. Even then there are possibly better ways. Not that I condemn it. Every person should decide for their own. The health risks are abundantly documented. But no one should be suprrised when another juicehead just drops dead all of a sudden with no warning.

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2 hours ago, killer1257 said:

According to Christian Falk, Mount is not really happy that Havertz came.

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Just saw that on Daily Mail and err, are we supposed to believe the German media stories on English players? :carlo: 

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According to Christian Falk, Mount is not really happy that Havertz came.



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Its utter BS and we can all smell it from long away.....how would he know such a thing? Not to mention I cant see Mount being a cunt about it. Horse shit from start to finish but of course the likes of daily-fail will run with it.

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Worth pointing out that Mount said this earlier this year..

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7899613/Mason-Mount-reveals-making-Premier-League-quitting-Chelsea.html

'For me, it's about having that same attitude I have had since I was six and making sure I never lose it,' he smiles. 'You just have to fight. You know Chelsea can always buy £60million or £70m or £80m players that are world-class. They want to come here and take my place.

'Just because I am an academy boy and young, that doesn't mean anything. But the mentality I have means I won't be pushed over easily. I will fight for my position and keep working hard. At a club as big as Chelsea you have to have that mentality. It always stuck with me. It's why I am here in the first place.'

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Lol, Lampard loves Mount...even if Havertz appears more than Mount in games, Mount would still have a good slice of game time.

So I don't believe for a sec Mount is unhappy.

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He's no a quitter. He's a battler and he got the fighter mentality from his grandfather (boxing as a hobby). Believed in himself despite the concerns of his father for his future with CFC (Academy to the Pro). He grew up as a footballer and person by leaving his hometown (Portsmouth) at a early age and with his loan (Vitesse Arnhem/Derby Country). 

He always had a positive attitude.

That's what earned him a contract and a spot into the team. 

An example to follow without any doubt. 

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Mount is the clear extra man in what would be our expected first team. But there's loads of games, injuries which will undoubtedly happen and general rotation so he'll get lots of opportunities. It's not like he's not out the team. I wouldn't be surprised if he has similar minutes to any of the front 4 barring Werner.

Lamps loves him as do most of us and he was really good for his debut season last year so if anything this will make him better

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Just saw around 20 pics from training today and no one who had the game the day before (Tuesday) participated in it except Mount.

It is normal to have day off after the game so Chris, Giroud, Kante, Kovacic, CHO, Gallagher, Michy and even Abraham who was on the bench for England were not in Cobham but Mount still came...

Obviously he has amazing mentality and lets see where his work rate is going to take him. Guys like CHO and others imo have much more talent but if only they have this kind of determination.

And Mount had great start of the season last year but than disappeared for a long period of time, can this be the reason? Maybe he needs to chill a bit with training, can Frank tell him to take a damn day off?

 

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Mason Mount always seems like a gym rat. If the doors are open, he will be in it. If the training grounds are open, that is where he finds joy. Nothing wrong with it, unless he is pushing hard all the time. I bet he just loves being there. I really like who he is as a baller.

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