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  • It might not tell you anything about his footballing ability but it probably does tell you something about his personality which is also important when you're considering signing someone.
  • carpy replied to the thread Manchester United vs AC Milan.
    Apart from it hitting his arm.
  • carpy replied to the thread NFL 2021.
    Why are you assuming they'll replace those two starters in free agency? Deandre Baker will likely replace Breeland, he's already on their roster. Someone who's already there could replace Sorenson too. Or they could draft someone to replace him...
  • carpy replied to the thread NFL 2021.
    It's not far off though (and as I said I didn't include Hill in those figures either) so cutting Fischer and Schwartz wasn't a must. Regardless, cutting Fischer probably makes sense. His cost against the cap was pretty high and he might have...
  • carpy replied to the thread NFL 2021.
    Extend Mathieu (saves $10.1m) and convert a portion of Mahomes' (saves $4.8m), Jones' (saves $5.3m) and Kelce's (saves $6.2m) roster bonus. That's over $26m saved on the cap without even restructuring Hill which was another option.
  • carpy replied to the thread NFL 2021.
    The Chiefs could have gotten below the cap without releasing either of them though (particularly Schwartz).
  • He had to rebuild his reputation somewhat at Fulham and by the end of his time there he was getting a lot of praise. Was seen as a stop gap signing and the price reflected that. Bet Fulham weren't expecting him to go on to play at United for 6...
  • It's already known that the initial goal was ruled out for a foul (it's on the BBC website and everything). You guys are making this more complicated than it really is.
  • That would be ridiculous. They wouldn't disallow a goal because someone got fouled before the ball rolls over the line would they.
  • You don't really see players smash the ball away like he did anymore (probably because they know it'll get them a pointless yellow card).
  • Because after the shoulder barge Haaland's arm came out and shoved the defender. Was pretty soft though.
  • They've also now got to pay back 20 odd years worth of illegal state aid (as do Real) on top of the debt they already had.
  • She was tweeting at around 7pm last night so I wouldn't have thought it's got anything to do with that.
  • carpy replied to the thread Premier League Gameweek 26.
    It was a rollercoaster reading this.
  • He's playing in the SPL, first choice striker. What level are you and your Tesco mate playing at?