- Jun 6, 2013
Also - no goalkeeper has ever had a bad game against Manchester United.
That is absolutely right! I had it in my mind that Nuno was this progressive possession guy that played through teams like he did in the Championship, until someone on here called him defensive and pragmatic. The veil was lifted from my eyes when I watched them the next time.1. Nuno’s Wolves switched overnight from silky attacking football to pragmatic anti-football but no-one really knows when
2. Mike Phelan is Man United’s real manager
I like this one a lot.Second Choice goalkeeper playing one game against a rival whilst the main keeper is injured? Definitely plays a blinder, keeps a clean sheet.
Second Choice goalkeeper playing one game against a rival whilst the main keeper is suspended? Crap. Fails to save anything at all.
Not sure where I got this from, but I'm convinced its true.
This one isn’t that weird to me. I feel like he was at Pool for one hot season, then went to Chelsea and had about 5 painful ones. I associate him more with the latter in my mind.Torres played more games for Chelsea than he did for Liverpool.
Personally I can't get my head round that one
They will miss a whole lot due to AFCON next year. As Liverpool have deal with the devil, Minamino and Shaqiri will go on a scoring spree at that time.In fairness, Mane and Salah have missed at least 2 games in those 2 years.
Italian strikers can no longer perform if there think non-Italians are watching. Ciro Immobile flopped abroad on purpose specifically so that he could return to Italy and score hatfuls safe in the knowledge that no scouts from England, Spain or Germany would be looking at him. Once an Italian striker goes over the age of 30 and knows they they'll be written off as too old in transfer forums and rumour threads the world over they breathe a sigh of relief and start scoring 40 goals a season. No Italian striker has scored in any international tournament or Champions League game since 2012 and if they have to see their teams knocked out of those tournaments or even fail to qualify to keep that going, so be it.
I have a feeling Pep has so I tried to look for some evidence but couldn't find any.
Klopp did that for his first couple games at Dortmund. He wore tracks at Mainz and rest of his stay at Dortmund. Don't know if he tried anything other than tracks at Liverpool.
The lowest division in Scotland has a 90% postponement rate every week.
Even in summer when it's 7 degrees.
So he may as well have used invisible ink as voided means it isn't in the bet anymore so you can't count the oddsI'm not clued up on betting but I had a mate who would (many years ago though, around 2002) do Saturday accumulators and would try to sneak 1-2 lower level Scottish games in there due to the high rate of postponements. apparently it meant those game(s) would be voided from the accy meaning less games he needed to get correct to win money, albeit a lower sum.
So he may as well have used invisible ink as voided means it isn't in the bet anymore so you can't count the odds
I bet around a tenner a day on 3 match treble with both to score for odds of 3.5/1 to 5/1.Yeah that's what I mean. So, for example, "Pick 1 x result from each of the following 6 x sections for a guaranteed 80-1 return". There might be say, 3 games/sections he was certain of, with the final 3 being a gamble for him so he'd use a couple of games likely to be cancelled so essentially, he'd then only be having to pick 4 games instead of 6. And yeah, lower odds of course but he was still winning money more often than not.