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March 12, 2018, 06:49:48 AM
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his stats were flattering in reality and his goal record this year won't get close imho.

He's 3 goals away from his tally from last season. I'm going to predict he'll do more than "come close".

Your constant disingenuous view of Lukaku borders on bitterness.

March 12, 2018, 05:40:38 PM
Reply #1


Sure I've said before it's fuck all to do with you what 'I' think of players .👍.
Your opinion is your opinion .
is mine everyone else's ?...nope. ...and it's not bitter I just don't rate him as much as most is all .

You 'get' the purpose of a forum, right?

March 13, 2018, 02:28:22 AM
Reply #2


Yeah I do but you seem to use it to let off steam on other posters constantly...your life must be quite dull outside .
Don't bother replying to this or any of my posts .. your toxicity is infectious and life is too short .


I'll reply to whatever I like, thanks.

There's a weird mentality that's developed on here over the last few months. Certain posters don't back up their points, but rather hide behind "that's my opinion, you can have yours". Great, that's true of anything in life, it doesn't mean opinions aren't wrong, and can't be called out.

Back to the original point, Lukaku will score more goals for Utd this season than he did for Everton last.

March 13, 2018, 06:25:17 AM
Reply #3


He's well short in league goals, and if you're counting every competition he's already played more games and still not scored as many yet.

He was always going to score at a lesser rate though, we built our entire attack around giving the ball to him and hope for him to do something.
He'd still be our best player by a mile if we still had him regardless.

Not questioning any of that, and don't disagree with it either. But, the point was made that he won't "get close" to last years tally, which he already is.

March 13, 2018, 11:58:45 AM
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Playing Devilís advocate here, but I imagine he was referring to last seasonís league tally which he is well down on. He was in with a shout of winning the Golden Boot last season, this year heíll be lucky to make Top 6.

The lad will likely play 15 more games this year, Iíd be worried if he didnít score more in total than he did for us. Would still have him here though mind.

He is a fair bit off in the league, admittedly. Last season was his stand out for us, I'd argue that he'll get as many as his second best season for us (18), and won't be that far off last season's tally come the end of the season.

He get's a hell of a lot of criticism, when I think he's probably due to be cut some slack... it's a hell of a step up for him (mentally more than anything), and has had to adapt to a new playing style, all at the age of 24 still (which people forget).

Oh, and "lucky to make top 6"... he's 1 goal behind Sterling in 4th.

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March 13, 2018, 06:40:05 PM
Reply #5


Firmino is 1 goal behind him in 7th, Son only 2 goals behind in 8th. With Kane's ankle not looking good, Son might be scoring a few more soon.

Everyone under Kane, Salah and Aguero are just as interchangeable as the relegation battle this season.

Also, maybe it is hard to convey over text and Iím not prominent enough on here for my bias to be known, but Iím part of the pro-Lukaku brigade.

And if my aunty had a dick she'd be my uncle...

Fact is Lukaku is in that position now, regardless of how others might be playing and circumstances surrounding them :)

March 19, 2018, 11:11:42 AM
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I'd rather we didn't use a known peadophiles song, thanks.