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Everything posted by Keiriel

  1. In my opinion, Chilwell could learn a thing or two from Robertson by being more of a **** on the pitch. If he were to show a little more aggression, he wouldn't be bullied so easily by opposition wingers, plus he'd benefit in other areas of his play. He has the athleticism, there's no doubt about that, but his mental game hasn't quite caught up yet.
  2. Ben Chilwell has been playing the long con; he's actually right footed, but thought it'd be funny to pretend otherwise for his entire career until now. Banter.
  3. Hopefully the lads will send for Vardy's cocaine stash; once he's on that, he'll be back on his feet and 100% by morning.
  4. What if Sean is Bielsa? I mean, have you ever seen Sean from Enderby and Marcelo Bielsa in the same room? Because I haven't.
  5. You're spot on about Klopp and it got me thinking about the issue a little more. I did a bit of digging and as it turns out, Liverpool were once in a similar position to us now. Three years ago in January, their form collapsed as they went on to win 1 in 9. At the time, Klopp insisted that it wasn't a physical issue, but rather a mixture of the hectic winter schedule, mental fatigue, and poor decision making. Whatever the reasons for our current slump, we can only hope that Brendan can reinvigorate the team and get us fighting for a place in next season's Champions League.
  6. Is this before or after he pulls out his worm?
  7. Wes: "When in doubt, just do what I do." Benko: "Like this, boss?" Wes: "Dammit, Benk Benk."
  8. He'll likely come good in the future, but potential doesn't win points. Right now, he's a passenger.
  9. We clearly threw the game to play mind games with Klopp; his team will see this as a win, they'll whip their dicks out on Instagram to brag about having the title won, and Jurgen will go on to share his childhood schnitzel recipe on all the late night shows. The joke's on him though, as we'll go on to smash them at the King Power, go unbeaten for the rest of the season, and finish strongly with Vardy wearing the Premier League trophy like a condom during the champions ceremony; the home supporters loudly singing 'You'll Never Wank Alone'.
  10. Y'know, if the number of Gray's step overs equated to his footballing IQ, he'd be Messi.
  11. Michael Oliver's wife's boyfriend must be a Villa fan.
  12. What I love about Barnes is his seemingly unlimited energy reserve, as well as his lack of fear. He'll run at his man for 90+ minutes without so much as batting an eyelid and that kind of drive is infectious; it sets the tempo for the rest of the team, and once he starts finding the net on a regular basis, there'll be no stopping him. Also, props to West Brom for playing a major part in his development.
  13. Negotiations are ongoing and the final details are being ironed out as we speak, the most notable being: a golden statue will be erected in Brendan's likeness. The anatomically correct statue will stand at 16 feet tall to represent the points gap between Leicester and Arsenal mid-table obscurity. Rodgers made himself clear that no contract extension would be happening unless every part of the statue is scaled accordingly, but Top was quick to reassure him, stating confidently that no expense will be spared as the world's most gifted architects will be brought in to craft Rodgers' todger.
  14. Isn't it a bit soon for Arsenal to give up on the PL? Uprooting seems a tad extreme.
  15. At Man City, he needed world class players around him to thrive; he might have felt there was no need to develop the rest of his game. Iheanacho's finishing ability has never been questioned, but he now has players around him who are capable of picking him out, as well as a manager who has backed and motivated him to become a more complete player.
  16. I'm beyond pleased for Kelechi! He worked his ass off and made shit happen. Props to the rest of the team too. Let's make Liverpool sweat!
  17. Michael Keane's house has many clean windows, despite no-one being hired to clean them. I wonder why that is.
  18. In all honesty, the scoreline flatters Brighton. I mean, if not for the floodlights reflecting off Aaron Mooy's dome throughout the match, we probably would have won by 4 or 5; it's easy to miss sitters when you can't see.
  19. Nacho on for Kasper at 90 mins for the banter.
  20. Wenger would be spinning in his grave if he saw what Arsenal have become.
  21. He's to us what Pep is to Manchester City; you can be up by 7 goals, but if the performance isn't maintained and you let your head drop, he'll rail your ass without lube once the match is over.
  22. Wes could have been subbed on and shown a red card within 30 seconds for two-footing the referee and he'd still get a 10 from me on this night.
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