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That is some splendid ass-covering and passive-aggressiveness from Mourinho, but allow me to suggest that there may be more to the story than his spin. I don't think Lukaku responded to this sniping, though.Also, if not clearly preferring Lukaku to Eto'o and Ba isn't "not rating him", I don't know what would be.
FPH, for a minute there I was wondering when you had developed a rooting interest in Sporting Club de Portugal . . .
Real would have to have the advantage in the CL final because they basically will field a B team next week.
Luke Shaw for 25M is a far better buy than Villa for 260M. Actually, that seems like a pretty good deal for Shaw.
I wouldn't pay anything near the asking price for Villa, but then I'm not a morally dubious international oligarch.
Also, at the risk of ridicule, I think Hodgson should have selected Crouchaldinho. I think he's a great option off the bench if you need a goal or, as Redknapp used him, he's a great striker to play defense in the late minutes if you have a lead.
Congrats City fans (if we have one here).
I'm not sure a single member of that back line should be properly considered world class.
Carroll is a donkey but I think he's better in the air and stronger than Crouch.
I've been a casual EPL fan this past year. I want to adopt a club for next year. I appreciate the underdog, but I don't want a total loser. Any good candidates?
I think they were smart to err on the side of young guys, as well.
Carroll is a donkey but I think he's better in the air and stronger than Crouch. England would only be using them in the last 10-15 minutes of matches so fragility shouldn't play that much into it.
So Everton or Tottenham eh? Thanks for the input.
As the entire American sports media did in 2003 and the preceding multiple decades.
Depending on one's tolerance for persistent whining and interpreting all of the world's events in a way that flatters oneself, Arsenal are a perfectly worthy club to latch onto. Good style of play, mix of youth and established players, good business model if you're into that sort of thing.
EDIT: Sort of a Coke to Frank!
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