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Post by mat on December 19th 2008, 01:49

Can't comment because i didn't see it. When i saw the line up i thought "were gonna get fucked". Couldn't understand why robiniho was playing as i think he's still not fit and how shit are santander if they let big phil score against them?

kept getting text alerts on players being booked for unsporting behaviour was it really that dirty a game?
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Post by quiet_riot on December 19th 2008, 01:51

mat wrote: how shit are santander if they let big phil score against them?


He was far and away our best player.
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Post by mat on December 19th 2008, 01:56

quiet_riot wrote:
mat wrote: how shit are santander if they let big phil score against them?


He was far and away our best player.

Thats a positive then.

lets see if he's earnt a place at West Brum.
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Post by shinpads on December 19th 2008, 02:04

I have decided to ignore derek, as I dont like what he does to my blood pressure.

Walfie , ok then here we go...

The good guys.... Hart, Kompany, Ireland, SWP, Zabaletta, Garrido (without question) so we agree there

The rest ..

Elano great at the begining of the season, but the fallout with hughes has affected him mentally and therefore on the pitch as well

Robinho, technically the most skillfull player i have seen paly in blue, but since his knock against arsenal has been poor at best, he has his moments but unlike earlier in the season those moments arent turning to gold.

Richards, that bang on the head against west ham seems to be where it started going wrong, maybe its a confidence thing, also he doesnt seem to like being moved to right back and spits the dummy. Hughes put him in midfield once... but thats another chapter.

Jo, another samaras in the making i am afraid, seems to have had his confidence battered somehow.

Benjani, shouldnt be playing for us, he was a panic buy that has not worked out.

TBH, average at best, proved just how piss poor he was against hull

Dunne, has been good in patches, but should get better very soon now his wife has given birth, guessing it was affecting his performances because i believe it was a tricky pregnancy.

Gelson, one day will be great , but needs to lose the headless chicken mentality.

Petrov (shouldnt be in this section but fuck me do we miss him).

Hammann, great for a last ten mins protecting a lead, but doesnt have 90 in him and he hasnt lost a yard in pace he has lost a mile.

Johnno, injured but a fucking nut job

Ched, willing runner but needs another season out on loan.

Sturridge, believes his own hype, thinks he is robinho, but clearly isnt. Will come good, but needs time which i doubt he has.


Deadly Darrius, no where near as bad as some would have you believe, but his inability to shoot when he has to think about it means he will be long gone in the summer.



Any good for you walfie?
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Post by bluealf on December 19th 2008, 02:44

Fine mate lol good post I love you

but what about big phil study
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Post by shinpads on December 19th 2008, 02:59

bluealf wrote:Fine mate lol good post I love you

but what about big phil study

he is .......................... Fantastic cheers
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Post by GStar on December 19th 2008, 03:20

I love how Caicedo goves from public enemy number 1 to hero and starter on Sunday over on BM... Hypocritical fuckwittery.

The guy always had something when he was on the pitch his close control and his dribbling was fantastic, his finishing not so much, thats why hes still developing

Nice to see him given a chance i think he'd be more effective leading the line than Evans
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Post by quiet_riot on December 19th 2008, 15:17

GStar wrote:I love how Caicedo goves from public enemy number 1 to hero and starter on Sunday over on BM... Hypocritical fuckwittery.

The guy always had something when he was on the pitch his close control and his dribbling was fantastic, his finishing not so much, thats why hes still developing

Nice to see him given a chance i think he'd be more effective leading the line than Evans

100% Spot-on.

I'll admit I had my doubts, but to dismiss him as shite after 42.5 mins of football is ludicrous. Same goes for Jo right now tbh.
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