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12 hours ago, ulvhedin said:

Wonder how much realistically would we have to pay for Osimhen - 100mln would be enough?

£85 million release clause

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Hazard21 has been removed as a member. He was warned about his behavior of winding up members over transfers. He was a member of this forum for a number of years. We take removing members that have be

People complaining about Dave staying need to get a grip. He will fall into the Milner type role where he is a bench player and comes on for 20 mins in tough games where we need to grind out results. 

Looks like Chelsea twitter admin is trolling Brighton a bit here.

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9 hours ago, Blue Armour said:

Football transfer rumours: Will Chelsea turn to Skriniar or Gvardiol?

Today’s fluff is suspended as overhead power lines are down    🤣

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9 hours ago, LAM09 said:

A pipe dream that's never going to happen. The only club I can see him joining now, with City covered in that position, is Utd. They'll happily pay stupid money next season.

Kane turns 30yo in exactly 1 year He was born on July 28, 1993, but you are legally the new age on the day before your birthday as you have completed the full 365 day (366 if a leap year) year (it is July 27th, 2022 now as I type)

so next season is his last chance for a huge deal, as he will demand 5 years and post age 34 (and maybe 34yo as well) I expect him to be fairly spent, I do not see him as a Zlatan/Benz/Lewa/CR7 type who will still be WC at 34, 35, 36

if he waits till he can leave on a free (2024) he would be 34 and 35 in the last 2 years of a 5 year deal

I do admit, I might be wrong and Kane stays top class into his 35th year, stranger things have happened, and a slower, less brutal non-EPL league may well suit him and strikers (ex Zlatan, CR7, granted those two are a few in a century genetic freaks, like Maldini and maybe very soon Thiago) and GKers (ex Buffon, Dino Zoff) and registas (ex Modric, Pirlo) are the 3 positions who generally age the best

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6 hours ago, Alabama said:

Fofana and Danjuma then let's call it a day with transfer activities...

Bin Barkely Kenedy Michy Emerson Rlc....

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Wouldn't I just love this fuck manure and brokeelona in one fell swoop🙌

Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong would only leave Barcelona for Chelsea but the London club are not prepared to pay as much as Manchester United for the 25-year-old. (Sport - in Spanish)

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5 hours ago, Magic Lamps said:

James Madison was the worst 19th century US president

Maddison v Madison

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Madison is considered one of the top 10 or so  US presidents, and was the chief architect of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights

as Sec of State, under President Thomas Jefferson he was the force, in 1803, behind the Louisiana Purchase

Map of Louisiana Purchase under Jefferson as supported by Madison.

 

he won the War of 1812 and ushered in The Era of Good Feelings in 1815, which James Monroe then took to its peak

 

James Buchanan (right before Lincoln), a true piece of shit whose bungling was a major factor leading to the the Civil War 

Andrew Johnson (Lincolns' VP when Lincoln was assassinated) was utter shit (sold out the blacks and ended Reconstruction), and until Clinton and Trump, was the only POTUS ever impeached

(to name just two in the 19th century, there were many far worse then as well) were both a million times worse

add in Trump and Warren Harding

and you have by FAR the worst 4 POTUS's in American history

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Pau Torres gets a lot of hate here, but he is quality. Arguably the best passing CB out there. He is like Christensen but without being big bitch.

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2 hours ago, Vesper said:

he won the War of 1812

No he didn't. 🙂

At best it could be said that the US played out a draw but even that is not really true. Britain achieved its aim of holding on to its remaining North American colonies and had enforced a naval blockade which was strangling the US. The fact that the US did not suffer punitive terms in the Treaty of Ghent was more to do with the fact that the British people hated the war. They saw it as a waste of money at a time when the nation's real enemy was Napoleon. Even after he abdicated there was no British enthusiasm for the war of 1812. Of course he would soon be back from Elba anyway to grab all of Britain's attention once more.

The fact that the US won the last big battle of the war gave rise to the idea that they had achieved overall victory but this is not so. In fact the battle of New Orleans was fought after the peace treaty had been arranged. In the board rooms of Ghent the US negotiated terms that looked like a draw, but on the pitch they were beaten.

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6 hours ago, Hermione said:

What's the difference from Kounde and his own surgery? 

Are you seriously comparing an 8 month leg break and a minor surgery to help with a slight discomfort where the operation was knowingly scheduled for when the season was over so the player wouldn't miss any games?

It's like talking to a child. 

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18 minutes ago, Jype said:

Are you seriously comparing an 8 month leg break and a minor surgery to help with a slight discomfort where the operation was knowingly scheduled for when the season was over so the player wouldn't miss any games?

It's like talking to a child. 

Surgery is surgery and both of them had it. Funnily enough one already recovered from it, played again and was alright whereas the other just had it and we don't know how he is. Also how exactly was his surgery so minor when he needed 4 weeks to recover from his pelvis.

My point is people talk about Fofana's injury as if he didn't came back already and was already delivering the goods against us thus him being a target for us but the same people we're all desperate and joyful out of a sudden for Kounde to come in despite needing a surgery just a few weeks ago.

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2 hours ago, Clockwork said:

Pau Torres gets a lot of hate here, but he is quality. Arguably the best passing CB out there. He is like Christensen but without being big bitch.

He is like slower Christensen, nothing special about Torres aside his passing.

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11 minutes ago, Blues Forever said:

He is like slower Christensen, nothing special about Torres aside his passing.

When some 1 describes a CB as nothing special aside his passing that's surely a red flag! Surely DEFENDING should be his something special no?

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3 hours ago, Vesper said:

Maddison v Madison

and

Madison is considered one of the top 10 or so  US presidents, and was the chief architect of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights

as Sec of State, under President Thomas Jefferson he was the force, in 1803, behind the Louisiana Purchase

Map of Louisiana Purchase under Jefferson as supported by Madison.

 

he won the War of 1812 and ushered in The Era of Good Feelings in 1815, which James Monroe then took to its peak

 

James Buchanan (right before Lincoln), a true piece of shit whose bungling was a major factor leading to the the Civil War 

Andrew Johnson (Lincolns' VP when Lincoln was assassinated) was utter shit (sold out the blacks and ended Reconstruction), and until Clinton and Trump, was the only POTUS ever impeached

(to name just two in the 19th century, there were many far worse then as well) were both a million times worse

add in Trump and Warren Harding

and you have by FAR the worst 4 POTUS's in American history

 

1 hour ago, OhForAGreavsie said:

No he didn't. 🙂

At best it could be said that the US played out a draw but even that is not really true. Britain achieved its aim of holding on to its remaining North American colonies and had enforced a naval blockade which was strangling the US. The fact that the US did not suffer punitive terms in the Treaty of Ghent was more to do with the fact that the British people hated the war. They saw it as a waste of money at a time when the nation's real enemy was Napoleon. Even after he abdicated there was no British enthusiasm for the war of 1812. Of course he would soon be back from Elba anyway to grab all of Britain's attention once more.

The fact that the US won the last big battle of the war gave rise to the idea that they had achieved overall victory but this is not so. In fact the battle of New Orleans was fought after the peace treaty had been arranged. In the board rooms of Ghent the US negotiated terms that looked like a draw, but on the pitch they were beaten.

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war of 1812 was Madisons Vietnam 

entirely avoidable and entirely his fault 

Even a draw is quite a stretch. The main reasons for the war declared by Madison beside the naval blockade and the force recruiting by the British was the abolishment of slavery in the British empire which spilled over to the US. but Madison wanted to keep his slaves. Also he started a bonkers invasion of Canada which ultimately failed. uS suffered multiple times more losses tha UK, major US cities, Washington and the White House were destroyed. The stupid war threw USA off quite a bit and overrode many of his  achievements. 

Louisiana purchase was smart bc dirt cheap but he was not president back then 

as influential a figure madison was before, his presidency was a failure IMO

also how is being architect of the the constitution a pro. The constitution is a not worth the paper it’s written on. It’s the one of the main reasons American democracy is failing. But that is a topic for another thread 


johnson and Buchanan were terrible as well tho that’s true  

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21 minutes ago, Kong said:

When some 1 describes a CB as nothing special aside his passing that's surely a red flag! Surely DEFENDING should be his something special no?

Defending definitely isn't his main strength.  

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7 minutes ago, Marvin123 said:

Can we stick to transfer news or rumours please

Which news? 
when journos pull the name Kane out of their nose You know this is all fabrication to keep the mill going 

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