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April 15, 2019, 01:52:19 AM
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What the fuck.


April 15, 2019, 02:36:37 AM
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Ross


It’s definitely not good that the “red mist” descends quickly. There’s been times he’s looked a liability during games when we’ve had our backs to the wall and needed to dig. Nothing wrong with being competitive but he’s looked out of control a few times.

Not sure how he was at Valencia before his failed move though so I’ve assumed he’s just trying to hard and he could settle down with this.   
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April 15, 2019, 02:43:51 AM
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He's got bigger issues like
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April 15, 2019, 04:17:10 PM
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He's got bigger issues like

What do you think they are?
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April 15, 2019, 04:35:01 PM
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Macca77


I'm made up that he's got a bit of needle about him, nothing wrong with that at all

April 15, 2019, 04:38:22 PM
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What do you think they are?

Well he's created less chances this year than declan rice who's basically a 20 odd year old centre half playing DM for a worse side than us. I know it's not his job because he's playing DM for us but as a comparison vs players in his position, he's objectively bad at it and I don't know why because he clearly can pass and dribble.

He's quite bad defensively, and although it doesn't seem like it because he's so calm in possession, he gives the ball away a lot in dangerous areas, as well as fouls. Against arsenal, arguably his best performance for us and a genuinely good one, no player on the pitch misplaced more passes in their own half, or gave away more fouls in their own half, or got dribbled past more.

Don't want to be slagging him off because I'm much more bought in to him than I originally was, and I do think his temper will land him with a red card soon but partly I think it's frustration at himself. He's clearly a bit sensitive and he seems to boil over when it's not going his way or he gets shut down.
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April 15, 2019, 10:15:30 PM
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I'm made up that he's got a bit of needle about him, nothing wrong with that at all


Needle is fine, but going in really late on a player, is very dangerous.. we've had Coleman who has been out for a year cos of a similar challenge on him..
to me it seems like his needle is there when we play shit, I love rough/hard tackling.. i use to love Horne/Ebbrel and Parkinson, hence why i'd like to see more of McCarthy.. that being said, they all go for the ball, if you go in for a strong challange and miss the ball and get the player oh well.. going in for the player after the ball has been passed on is pretty cowardly. theres a big difference there.

shame some of our fans cant see what Gomes did, and credit him for his needle,. when its actually very cowardly.
The fulham player could have had a serious injury or broken part of his leg/foot.

but its ok cos he has needle. smh

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April 15, 2019, 11:11:23 PM
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so no ban coming yet? surprised very surprised

April 15, 2019, 11:18:27 PM
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Macca77



Needle is fine, but going in really late on a player, is very dangerous.. we've had Coleman who has been out for a year cos of a similar challenge on him..
to me it seems like his needle is there when we play shit, I love rough/hard tackling.. i use to love Horne/Ebbrel and Parkinson, hence why i'd like to see more of McCarthy.. that being said, they all go for the ball, if you go in for a strong challange and miss the ball and get the player oh well.. going in for the player after the ball has been passed on is pretty cowardly. theres a big difference there.

shame some of our fans cant see what Gomes did, and credit him for his needle,. when its actually very cowardly.
The fulham player could have had a serious injury or broken part of his leg/foot.

but its ok cos he has needle. smh



Just point out the bit where I said it's ok? It wasn't a great tackle, did be mean it, who knows. Happens in most games. By needle I mean someone who isn't scared of getting stuck in, doesn't shy away from a tackle
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April 15, 2019, 11:52:57 PM
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Well he's created less chances this year than declan rice who's basically a 20 odd year old centre half playing DM for a worse side than us. I know it's not his job because he's playing DM for us but as a comparison vs players in his position, he's objectively bad at it and I don't know why because he clearly can pass and dribble.

He's quite bad defensively, and although it doesn't seem like it because he's so calm in possession, he gives the ball away a lot in dangerous areas, as well as fouls. Against arsenal, arguably his best performance for us and a genuinely good one, no player on the pitch misplaced more passes in their own half, or gave away more fouls in their own half, or got dribbled past more.

Don't want to be slagging him off because I'm much more bought in to him than I originally was, and I do think his temper will land him with a red card soon but partly I think it's frustration at himself. He's clearly a bit sensitive and he seems to boil over when it's not going his way or he gets shut down.

He plays with an arrogance that says he thinks he won’t ever lose the ball. When he’s playing well it looks fantastic. When he’s off through like you say he loses time and time again in really poor areas

I really think he flatters to deceive. He’s pleasing on the eye but doesn’t do enough of anything

April 16, 2019, 12:22:39 AM
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Didn't see the game on Saturday, but the inconsistency from the FA is a joke. Everton are an easy target to them.

April 16, 2019, 12:41:49 AM
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April 16, 2019, 12:48:26 AM
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April 16, 2019, 01:15:11 AM
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Didn't see the game on Saturday, but the inconsistency from the FA is a joke. Everton are an easy target to them.
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April 16, 2019, 01:40:01 AM
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Doesn’t showing a bit of needle count as mitigating circumstances?