Amadou Onana

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Thought he was pretty average tbh. With those 3 tweets, you'd think he led them to a 5-0 win over Spain, not a 1-0 defeat to Slovakia.
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A nice little Arsenal/City bidding war would be just the ticket.
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Meh football twitter init.

Love anyone who’s young and pads the stats.
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Good performance from the lad. Really talented player. Get to see much more of his range with Belgium.
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He’s gonna be the best in the biz.
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He played well great screen in front of defence passed it well they should have won rom looks cooked at this level
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Kerryblueboy wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2024 8:10 pm He played well great screen in front of defence passed it well they should have won rom looks cooked at this level
Took his second (disallowed) well.
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He can still finish but the pace is gone
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Rom has scored in every qualifier bar one, against some pretty solid teams. Also got 4 in a half against Azerbaijan. Will be interesting to see how well he does against a strong Romanian unit, he was blowing at times in this match.

Don't know what to make of Onana, I love the idea of him, and he shows flashes, but if we make a tidy profit then I think I'd be happy as long as we go down a similar route transfer wise next time.
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We don’t deserve nice things!
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Lukaku is too big.

Look at him when he was at us, trim, fast, strong.

When he went to United he bulked up and defo lost that edge.

Am i imagining things when i think i read that he had a dietician at Milan, he has thyroid issues or something that was discovered, so they sorted a proper thorough plan for him to keep him in best shape.
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Watch Man Utd come in later this week with a 12m bid for Ama
Bluedylan1
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I also saw unconfirmed rumours that Megan Thee Stallion snapped Rom in half.
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Audrey Horne wrote: Tue Jun 18, 2024 11:04 am Lukaku is too big.

Look at him when he was at us, trim, fast, strong.

When he went to United he bulked up and defo lost that edge.

Am i imagining things when i think i read that he had a dietician at Milan, he has thyroid issues or something that was discovered, so they sorted a proper thorough plan for him to keep him in best shape.
My colleague lived in the same apartment block as Lukaku and a couple of the other Chelsea players. And whilst he may have underlying health issues, I can tell you that his diet was/is not the best given the amount and type of food he was ordering.

You can get away with poor diet when you are younger, but as you get older, your body bites back with a vengeance!
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