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I think its clear if Gueye goes we have to alter how we play, there's no one really like him
Ndidi more apparently
Blast from the past Posters on there
Flying to Switzerland tomorrow to join up with the squad, could see him against Monaco.https://twitter.com/philkecho/status/1150813863245426689
Leeds away first game of 00/01 - "Lad Nyarkos a rolls Royce"
How could it, at this valuation? Ok, wages might be relatively high, but at £8.5m, even if he was just 'ok' it would be solid business. I think he'll be a fair bit better than 'ok', and if it is, it's a massive bargain.Walcott was lunatic money for his age, and clearly in decline as a player. No comparison there.
Last season, struggled with injuries, and the season before that was pivotal to City's title chances. Even seen a few City fans suggesting he had a shout for player of the season that year, he was so important to them.I think you're underestimating what a good player he is, personally, and I think at times we're all a bit guilty of thinking that real life is like footie manager where your first team are all world class 22 year olds, and then you have a whole raft of 17 year old wonderkids ready to come into the team.Sometimes, it's fine to sign a 29 year old, as a one off purchase, for a small fee who will bring a lot of additional qualities to the team that we don't really have.Just opinions anyway, and we'll see over time. But there's not really a comparison to Walcott. I'm not having that. The market gone insane when Lewis Dunk is getting quoted at £45m. £8.5m is not really all that far from getting him on a free, in that context.
I get your point. I don't agree with it.Agree to disagree.
Keane been jibbed as well hasnt he?
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