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18 minutes ago, Miquel The Work Geordie said:

No chance the media turn on Lampard but I find it incredible that someone who competed and won things at the very top level of the sport has his head inhabited by opposition managers so easily. He's been made to look a bit of an arse by Bielsa, Klopp and Mourinho recently.

You'd think someone who'd competed at the level he did would be able to cope with it? But now that's Leeds, Bielsa, Klopp and Jose who have all got in his head. 

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I've always wondered why players who have played under several great managers don't become semi successful managers at the very least. Take for example Cesc Fabregas, he has played under Wenger, Guardiola, Mourinho, Conte, Aragones and Del Bosque. He must have accumulated so much football knowledge and tactical knowledge from all these great coaches.  Im not suggesting Fabregas should be a football revolutionary coach but Im just saying.

 

Lampard as well has played under Mourinho, Ancelotti and Capello, and Lampard is at least making a good go at it. 

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6 minutes ago, Koke said:

I've always wondered why players who have played under several great managers don't become semi successful managers at the very least. Take for example Cesc Fabregas, he has played under Wenger, Guardiola, Mourinho, Conte, Aragones and Del Bosque. He must have accumulated so much football knowledge and tactical knowledge from all these great coaches.  Im not suggesting Fabregas should be a football revolutionary coach but Im just saying.

 

Lampard as well has played under Mourinho, Ancelotti and Capello, and Lampard is at least making a good go at it. 

I think:

a) they can't relate to players with lesser ability/that don't work so hard. 

b) they have so much money they don't need the job and are not so motivated. 

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https://talksport.com/football/768244/

 

English clubs rated by social media following

 

20. Fulham
Facebook: 855.802
Twitter: 531,100
Instagram: 490,000
Total: 1,876,902

 

19. West Brom
Facebook: 812,917
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 323,000
Total: 2,135,917

 

18. Stoke
Facebook: 1,233,042
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 422,000
Total: 2,655,042


17. Swansea
Facebook: 1,322,207
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 366,000
Total: 2,688,638

 

16. Watford
Facebook: 1,313,207
Twitter: 713,000
Instagram: 815,000
Total: 2,841,207

 

15. Sunderland
Facebook: 1,600,730
Twitter: 932,100
Instagram: 319,000
Total: 2,851,830


14. Crystal Palace
Facebook: 1,171,987
Twitter: 966,600
Instagram: 1,000,000
Total: 3,138, 587

 

13. Wolves
Facebook: 1,597,584
Twitter: 640,000
Instagram: 1,200,000
Total: 3,437,584

 

12. Newcastle
Facebook: 2,239,138
Twitter: 1,500,000
Instagram: 555,000
Total: 4,294,138


11. West Ham
Facebook: 2,295,157
Twitter: 1,600,000
Instagram: 1,100,000
Total: 4,995,157

 

10. Southampton
Facebook: 3,024,949
Twitter: 1,200,000
Instagram: 851,000
Total: 5,075,949

 

9. Aston Villa
Facebook: 3,199,251
Twitter: 1,400,000
Instagram: 884,000
Total: 5,483,251


8. Everton
Facebook: 3,158,028
Twitter: 2,000,000
Instagram: 1,600,000
Total: 6,758,028

 

7. Leicester
Facebook: 6,634,579
Twitter: 1,600,000
Instagram: 4,300,000
Total: 12,534,579

 

6. Tottenham
Facebook: 16,830,989
Twitter: 4,600,000
Instagram: 8,400,000
Total: 29,830,989


5. Man City
Facebook: 39,976,989
Twitter: 8,200,000
Instagram: 20,100,000
Total: 68,276,989

 

4. Arsenal
Facebook: 27,665,418
Twitter: 16,100,000
Instagram: 18,000,000
Total: 71,765,418

 

3. Liverpool
Facebook:  36,624,515
Twitter: 15,100,000
Instagram: 27,300,000
Total: 79,024,515


2. Chelsea
Facebook: 48,196,741
Twitter: 14,800,000
Instagram: 22,900,000
Total: 85,896,741

 

1. Man United
Facebook: 73,236,552
Twitter: 22,700,000
Instagram: 36,500,000
Total: 132,436,552

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8 minutes ago, davieG said:

https://talksport.com/football/768244/

 

English clubs rated by social media following

 

20. Fulham
Facebook: 855.802
Twitter: 531,100
Instagram: 490,000
Total: 1,876,902

 

19. West Brom
Facebook: 812,917
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 323,000
Total: 2,135,917

 

18. Stoke
Facebook: 1,233,042
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 422,000
Total: 2,655,042


17. Swansea
Facebook: 1,322,207
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 366,000
Total: 2,688,638

 

16. Watford
Facebook: 1,313,207
Twitter: 713,000
Instagram: 815,000
Total: 2,841,207

 

15. Sunderland
Facebook: 1,600,730
Twitter: 932,100
Instagram: 319,000
Total: 2,851,830


14. Crystal Palace
Facebook: 1,171,987
Twitter: 966,600
Instagram: 1,000,000
Total: 3,138, 587

 

13. Wolves
Facebook: 1,597,584
Twitter: 640,000
Instagram: 1,200,000
Total: 3,437,584

 

12. Newcastle
Facebook: 2,239,138
Twitter: 1,500,000
Instagram: 555,000
Total: 4,294,138


11. West Ham
Facebook: 2,295,157
Twitter: 1,600,000
Instagram: 1,100,000
Total: 4,995,157

 

10. Southampton
Facebook: 3,024,949
Twitter: 1,200,000
Instagram: 851,000
Total: 5,075,949

 

9. Aston Villa
Facebook: 3,199,251
Twitter: 1,400,000
Instagram: 884,000
Total: 5,483,251


8. Everton
Facebook: 3,158,028
Twitter: 2,000,000
Instagram: 1,600,000
Total: 6,758,028

 

7. Leicester
Facebook: 6,634,579
Twitter: 1,600,000
Instagram: 4,300,000
Total: 12,534,579

 

6. Tottenham
Facebook: 16,830,989
Twitter: 4,600,000
Instagram: 8,400,000
Total: 29,830,989


5. Man City
Facebook: 39,976,989
Twitter: 8,200,000
Instagram: 20,100,000
Total: 68,276,989

 

4. Arsenal
Facebook: 27,665,418
Twitter: 16,100,000
Instagram: 18,000,000
Total: 71,765,418

 

3. Liverpool
Facebook:  36,624,515
Twitter: 15,100,000
Instagram: 27,300,000
Total: 79,024,515


2. Chelsea
Facebook: 48,196,741
Twitter: 14,800,000
Instagram: 22,900,000
Total: 85,896,741

 

1. Man United
Facebook: 73,236,552
Twitter: 22,700,000
Instagram: 36,500,000
Total: 132,436,552

That's really surprising. Never thought we'd have close to twice as many followers as Everton. We're comfortably 7th placed.

 

The PL clubs not in the top 20 are Brighton, Burnley, Sheff Utd and Leeds. Can't believe Leeds aren't up there. Goes to show what so many years out of the spotlight can do.

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1 hour ago, Koke said:

I've always wondered why players who have played under several great managers don't become semi successful managers at the very least. Take for example Cesc Fabregas, he has played under Wenger, Guardiola, Mourinho, Conte, Aragones and Del Bosque. He must have accumulated so much football knowledge and tactical knowledge from all these great coaches.  Im not suggesting Fabregas should be a football revolutionary coach but Im just saying.

 

Lampard as well has played under Mourinho, Ancelotti and Capello, and Lampard is at least making a good go at it. 

like Our very own Gary lineker...but he said from the start,I Never want to become a coach or manager....

Now Living along time overseas...I have also seen how many present or ex-players Comment in Not having the Pull towards Coaching or management,many being honest & forward,commentating its not within their character or make up.

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1 minute ago, Raw Dykes said:

That's really surprising. Never thought we'd have close to twice as many followers as Everton. We're comfortably 7th placed.

 

The PL clubs not in the top 20 are Brighton, Burnley, Sheff Utd and Leeds. Can't believe Leeds aren't up there. Goes to show what so many years out of the spotlight can do.

That title winning season probably added 8m people +

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2 hours ago, Miquel The Work Geordie said:

No chance the media turn on Lampard but I find it incredible that someone who competed and won things at the very top level of the sport has his head inhabited by opposition managers so easily. He's been made to look a bit of an arse by Bielsa, Klopp and Mourinho recently.

 

I think you're just watching him be exposed as a bit of a knob. Terry took all the flak in the public eye in that team because Lamps was quiet and a bit baby faced. 

 

But they're really one and the same, they're both disciples of Jose, who deliberately cultivated a Us Cvnts vs. The World ideology at the club. 

 

It's funny because Klopp gets stick for being a big, angry, beardy German but it was media darling Lamps offering him out the other day not the other way around. Klopp just told him he was embarrassing himself. 

 

Doesn't matter anyway, he won't be around long enough to be relevant. Abramovich has spent too much money on them to not be in a title race, he'll be sacked off for Max Allegri or the like before Christmas. 

 

He'll then Sherwood his way down the leagues and be a Sky sports pundit before he's 45.

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1 minute ago, Raw Dykes said:

That's really surprising. Never thought we'd have close to twice as many followers as Everton. We're comfortably 7th placed.

 

The PL clubs not in the top 20 are Brighton, Burnley, Sheff Utd and Leeds. Can't believe Leeds aren't up there. Goes to show what so many years out of the spotlight can do.

They have forgot to mentions the club forums .I for One Dont use any Social Media ,other than foxestalk or other Club forums..

Twitter..facebook, no interest...Though I am a Google guide, and also write some travel info for disabled &Wchair Access or wanderroutes..but then on relevant blogs/forums...

I bet thousands of fans,also dont bother with twitter,& Facebook & are Content with forums

 

 

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40 minutes ago, davieG said:

https://talksport.com/football/768244/

 

English clubs rated by social media following

 

20. Fulham
Facebook: 855.802
Twitter: 531,100
Instagram: 490,000
Total: 1,876,902

 

19. West Brom
Facebook: 812,917
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 323,000
Total: 2,135,917

 

18. Stoke
Facebook: 1,233,042
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 422,000
Total: 2,655,042


17. Swansea
Facebook: 1,322,207
Twitter: 1,000,000
Instagram: 366,000
Total: 2,688,638

 

16. Watford
Facebook: 1,313,207
Twitter: 713,000
Instagram: 815,000
Total: 2,841,207

 

15. Sunderland
Facebook: 1,600,730
Twitter: 932,100
Instagram: 319,000
Total: 2,851,830


14. Crystal Palace
Facebook: 1,171,987
Twitter: 966,600
Instagram: 1,000,000
Total: 3,138, 587

 

13. Wolves
Facebook: 1,597,584
Twitter: 640,000
Instagram: 1,200,000
Total: 3,437,584

 

12. Newcastle
Facebook: 2,239,138
Twitter: 1,500,000
Instagram: 555,000
Total: 4,294,138


11. West Ham
Facebook: 2,295,157
Twitter: 1,600,000
Instagram: 1,100,000
Total: 4,995,157

 

10. Southampton
Facebook: 3,024,949
Twitter: 1,200,000
Instagram: 851,000
Total: 5,075,949

 

9. Aston Villa
Facebook: 3,199,251
Twitter: 1,400,000
Instagram: 884,000
Total: 5,483,251


8. Everton
Facebook: 3,158,028
Twitter: 2,000,000
Instagram: 1,600,000
Total: 6,758,028

 

7. Leicester
Facebook: 6,634,579
Twitter: 1,600,000
Instagram: 4,300,000
Total: 12,534,579

 

6. Tottenham
Facebook: 16,830,989
Twitter: 4,600,000
Instagram: 8,400,000
Total: 29,830,989


5. Man City
Facebook: 39,976,989
Twitter: 8,200,000
Instagram: 20,100,000
Total: 68,276,989

 

4. Arsenal
Facebook: 27,665,418
Twitter: 16,100,000
Instagram: 18,000,000
Total: 71,765,418

 

3. Liverpool
Facebook:  36,624,515
Twitter: 15,100,000
Instagram: 27,300,000
Total: 79,024,515


2. Chelsea
Facebook: 48,196,741
Twitter: 14,800,000
Instagram: 22,900,000
Total: 85,896,741

 

1. Man United
Facebook: 73,236,552
Twitter: 22,700,000
Instagram: 36,500,000
Total: 132,436,552

It's quite surprising that Southampton are ahead of Newcastle. 

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5 minutes ago, AKCJ said:

When are we allowed to start calling Werner a flop?

Game 4 is a bit early, but hes edging that way. Been shoved wide to accommodate Abraham because he's not firing, eventually he'll get replaced in that position by Pulisic. Needs a goal soon or its going to start hanging over him.

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46 minutes ago, Finnegan said:

 

I think you're just watching him be exposed as a bit of a knob. Terry took all the flak in the public eye in that team because Lamps was quiet and a bit baby faced. 

 

But they're really one and the same, they're both disciples of Jose, who deliberately cultivated a Us Cvnts vs. The World ideology at the club. 

 

It's funny because Klopp gets stick for being a big, angry, beardy German but it was media darling Lamps offering him out the other day not the other way around. Klopp just told him he was embarrassing himself. 

 

Doesn't matter anyway, he won't be around long enough to be relevant. Abramovich has spent too much money on them to not be in a title race, he'll be sacked off for Max Allegri or the like before Christmas. 

 

He'll then Sherwood his way down the leagues and be a Sky sports pundit before he's 45.

 

League of Their Own team captain by 2025, even money

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7 minutes ago, AKCJ said:

When are we allowed to start calling Werner a flop?

 

How long until Chelsea fans call Chilwell a flop? 

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45 minutes ago, Finnegan said:

Also, it's ****ing crazy how average that Chelsea line up is given what they've spent. 

I was thinking who gets into our team.

 

I know they have Ziyech and Pulisic to come back but from their team today I would probably only have Havertz. I wouldn't have Kante over Ndidi. Barnes over Werner all day. Castagne over Chilwell remains to be seen but from what i've seen of him on the right I fancy him to be fine.

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