No, that was him. He wasn't. Was pretty average for both Blackburn and Stoke, then had a good season at Sevilla and suddenly loads of people on here thought he was the dogs bollocks. Just another case of overrating players because they don't play in the premier league.I thought this guy was supposed to be really good, or am I think of someone else?
Neither will be a starter and are too young to assume a significant chunk of playing time. Need seasoned pros to guide players and have a presence with them in training and in the changing room. Squad competition against young pros and older pros makes everyone better.Got to hope Garner assumes one of those CM positions and Gomes steps up in the #10 role. Would make our summer a lot easier.
The way I’ve always understood it (and I could be wrong) is that teams can buy any player at any time, they just can’t be registered or officially transferred until the window reopens. So Arsenal could agree a fee and he would officially move in January.How does a right to first refusal clause like that even work if the Premier League window is closed? Could Arsenal exercise the ability to buy his rights but immediately loan him elsewhere?
Garner will be 19 to start next season and Gomes will be turning 20 a few games in. They will be plenty old enough to be squad rotation players. Fellaini wasn’t a starter and matic isn’t now so I don’t see any issue with Garner taking one of their spots in the squad for the 20/21 season. The player(s) we buy should obviously be mid-20s more established players (other than Sancho who even at his young age would walk into the team and hold his spot for a decade-plus).Neither will be a starter and are too young to assume a significant chunk of playing time. Need seasoned pros to guide players and have a presence with them in training and in the changing room. Squad competition against young pros and older pros makes everyone better.
Madrid haven’t realised that Bale & James are worth absolutely zero to any top side, and it’s their own fault for how they’ve treated these players.The Barca bid is pretty good, 100m plus Coutinho who could be worth 70-80 mill.
Madrid rag and bone men are still flogging a dead horse + change
We should really fire Ed and find a CEO who can make good football decisions as well as financial decisions like Levy . Now that I think about it, probably cheaper to just hire Levy and all of the Spurs scouting team than to flush all that cash down the drain with Ed in-charge.Not as good as our Ed.
I’d quite like to see Alexis in the front roles now that they are more fluid but if someone is willing take him on then we really do have to cut ties.
If he wants it bad enough he'll sign for another club, even if that means taking a slight hit on his wages. If he goes on loan his entire wages should be covered. If it's too high for a club's wage structure, they should be paying a loan fee.
Shame, a great player but cant remember many bigger flops in terms of ability, past career and performances....on level of Schevchenko for Chelsea.
This is a boring conversation now but you are wrong anyway . League 1 and below are still open for transfers till end of this monthI quite enjoyed all the melts saying fridge has stopped posting because hes a troll and the thread is quiet so he can't get any attention, seemingly forgetting the window closed for lower league clubs on the same day as united, so what would be post?