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  1. Absolutey disagree. There's always ways to nullify a speed merchant, the easiest being defending deep, which effectively takes them out of the game. The ability to take on your defender is what separates average/good wingers from the great ones. You'd have to double up on them which frees space for the other forwards. The last thing I'd want to see is Barnes becoming a one trick pony and relying only on pace to get past his opponent. Not to mention that speed will only last so long.
  2. This isn't the case anymore though, is it? Fernandes was their missing piece and they're racking quite the amount of points at the moment.
  3. The Hobbit seems to have a number on Pep, which is absolutely hilarious, considering that the former is the worst manager of the league by a country mile. Also don't forget that we're willing to play to the contrary of the current Mu who just park the bus, hope for a lucky goal and hit on the counter. MU are really going to have a strong finish. We gotta win tomorrow, no other option.
  4. The Hobbit seems to have a number on Pep, which is absolutely hilarious, considering that the former is the worst manager of the league by a country mile. Also don't forget that we're willing to play to the contrary of the current Mu who just park the bus, hope for a lucky goal and hit on the counter.
  5. We don't have enough squad depth and always were one injury to a key player away from a dip in form. We massively overachieved in the first half of the season, all xG stats (can't be arsed to search for the link) indicating that we scored more and conceded less than we should have. Losing Ndidi was a big blow that greatly contributed to jam a well-oiled but still fragile machine. We're still crying out for a good right winger but those don't grow on trees. Now I'm not saying that there aren't problems atm and it would be a massive shame if we drop out of the top 4. However no one here or anywhere else would've had us sitting third at this stage of the season with still 5 points more than the direct challenger. People should take a break, everything ain't lost yet.
  6. I hoped to the last minute that Woodward would screw that up. They'll have a strong finish and top 4 isn't completely out of their reach, I think.
  7. Anyone even remotely suggesting a sack is out of their mind.
  8. If we don't get our shit together, we'll finish 6th, which I'd consider to be a terrible result given our position at the end of last year and the form of our chasers. Do not underestimate the Wolves or MU.
  9. Young team. Lack of squad depth. Overachieved first half of the season (12).
  10. Must be frustrating for Lampard to be consistently beaten by the worst manager of the league. Good business for us.
  11. He's doing quite well since Arsenal have one of the worst defenses in the league. If they can secure a decent Cb in the summer, they'll challenge again for the top 4.
  12. Doubtful the sentence will stay as it is and no good player in their right mind would want to play for the PL's anomaly.
  13. Highly doubtful it stays as it is. It will likely get either reduced or turned over.
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