JohnnyLaw's latest activity

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  • Took it from his stories, just didn’t realise it was a repost from someone else. :wenger::nervous:
  • A farewell basically. Doesn’t look like he’ll be staying there on loan either.
  • Caqueret really caught my eye while watching his cameo against the netherlands in the u21 EC earlier this summer. He really struck me as the type of Modric-esque player we desperately need in our midfield. Wins the ball well but he can also use...
  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Ole signs new contract.
    He’s got us to consecutive top 4 finishes for the first time since SAF whilst also getting us to consistant finals, upholding the traditions of the clubs and his transfer strategy and man management have been pretty much an unequivocal success...
  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Ole signs new contract.
    Come on, You’re being ridiculous. I don’t mind the divide on Ole but the extremism is boring as hell.
  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Ole signs new contract.
    He’s messed up in the cups but you can’t deny the way the clubs’ progressing under his management is very, very positive.
  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Erling Haaland.
    Sanchos reply; ”A connection like no other, we will soon meet again brother. Take care and good luck to you to❤” Don’t worry, it won’t be long lads!:drool::wenger:
  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Football Lookalikes.
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  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Football Lookalikes.
  • I think it would be great timing for him to join Real Madrid this year or the next. Real need to phase out Modric eventually, having a midfield combination Camavinga/Valverde/Kroos/Casemiro looks pretty damn enticing.
  • JohnnyLaw replied to the thread Jérémy Doku.
    The next Allan Saint-Maximin/Adama Traoré? :smirk:
  • VAR can do nothing about it unless it’s clear and obvious that the referee has made a mistake. Since there was contact VAR can’t conclude that the referee has made an obvious mistake and therefore their hands are tied. It seems the bad call is...