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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 12:00 am 
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You can say that again, struggling real bad.
Chelsea would be thereabouts giving City headaches if they had not made the blunder of hiring Lampard.

Manchester United is just a continous mystery

Liverpool well we know they struggling, when things are OK they have a manager to trouble City.

Arsenal and Spurs meh.

By the way for some reason i am looking forward to tvr Arsenal vs City game.

Spastic holler holler, come back and bomb us :thumbs:

Stop whining y'all, it is part of the game. When City was crawling at the beginning of the season especially when they were hammered by Leicester, everyone was mocking Pep.

The only team I feel sorry for is Liverpool because what happened to them is not usual, but the other teams have been at the same level City and Liverpool left them for about 3 seasons now, some 15-20 points behind. :lol:

Liverpool and City moved 20 points clear of the rest of the park for about 2 seasons now. Liverpool's calamity has thrown them back, but what you see today is the reality of the last 2 or 3 seasons. Nothing new here.



I'm not whining at all, i am said the same things you are saying.

By the way what is happening to Liverpool is not unusual.
It happened to Klopp before at Dortmund.
He was having loads of injuries at the same time and a mysterious dip in form for Dortmund, i have never seen anyone explain exactly what was going on in the months or year leading to Klopp leaving Dortmund.

Otherwise i am not whining at all and i accept other teams problems



Drop in form at Dortmund? Yes

Loads of injuries at Dortmund? No


Maybe we can argue about what is "loads"

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Another real problem is injuries. At the start, Klopp immediately lost Shaheen, Gundogan, Blaszczykowski, Hummels, Schmelzer and Reuss (Marko missed half the season in total). According to Jurgen, Ramos, Immobile, Weidenfeller, Hummels, Durm, Sokratis and Grosskreutz, who participated in the 2014 world Cup, had a crumpled summer preparation.

"During the season, in almost every round, we had 6-7 people who were far from top form" Klopp admitted in an Interview with Ruhr Nachrichten.

https://showsport.me/football/bundeslig ... p-17475310


different from the current LFC situation.

Dortmund was more loss of form than the relentless injury situation at LFC this season..

The bulk of those BVB players recovered, except for Reus.

I've told you to quit this site and take time off to educate yourself on the game...Olodo...


You are talking rubbish.
The fact those players recovered doesn't mean they had no injuries. The injured Liverpool players will also recover, save for one or 2
You are actually dumber than I thought :laugh:


What it means is that they did not have recurring injuries. Do you understand what that means?

What they had was persistent loss in individual form...

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 12:10 am 
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txj wrote:

What it means is that they did not have recurring injuries. Do you understand what that means?

What they had was persistent loss in individual form...


Dude, what i argued if for you to say injuries had nothing to do with their loss of form.
They did have injuries and once those injuries ended Dortmund actually finished the season playing well and recovered
What you can i can agree to is that their injuries were not exactly as bad as Liverpool.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 3:26 am 
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benteke wrote:
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What it means is that they did not have recurring injuries. Do you understand what that means?

What they had was persistent loss in individual form...


Dude, what i argued if for you to say injuries had nothing to do with their loss of form.
They did have injuries and once those injuries ended Dortmund actually finished the season playing well and recovered
What you can i can agree to is that their injuries were not exactly as bad as Liverpool.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Please take it easy on him

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 5:17 pm 
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benteke wrote:
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What it means is that they did not have recurring injuries. Do you understand what that means?

What they had was persistent loss in individual form...


Dude, what i argued if for you to say injuries had nothing to do with their loss of form.
They did have injuries and once those injuries ended Dortmund actually finished the season playing well and recovered
What you can i can agree to is that their injuries were not exactly as bad as Liverpool.


My point remains.

The situation at BVB then is not the same at LFC atm.

It is lazy analysis to dig that up, simply because both teams are coached by Klopp.

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As expected, United are beginning to fall behind.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 2:04 am 
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As expected, United are beginning to fall behind.


Why not. Like i said above, United is a continuous mystery.
But you one thing you can expect is for them to drop points when it matters.
And then they might spring a surprise this Sunday vs City :laugh:


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Chief you have done well. Held City up as I served me time in Exile.


I have now returned with good and sad news from Exile.


1) The greatest premier league player of all the will wave goodbye to the premier league this season.

The Greatest Sergio Kun Aguero!!!!?

Signifying the end of the Original Manchester City Era:
Yaya
Kompany
Hart
Silva
Aguero
Zabaleta

The last of the original 6 legend wi bring a close to the First Generation of The Greatest Era.



His Replacement


Stay tuned :)


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So if they fail to get Haaland will Lukaku come?


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So if they fail to get Haaland will Lukaku come?

Tufiakwa!!!!! Lukagini?

No Sir! We will not fail to bring home the son of our ex-captain. But if due to some unbelievable reason he doesn't come, we have an idea who our 2nd choice is..... He balls in Spain. Third option is a Spurs playerl :taunt:


One of these 3 shall land no matter what. But Haaland it is going to be.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 30, 2021 11:03 pm 
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spastic wrote:
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So if they fail to get Haaland will Lukaku come?

Tufiakwa!!!!! Lukagini?

No Sir! We will not fail to bring home the son of our ex-captain. But if due to some unbelievable reason he doesn't come, we have an idea who our 2nd choice is..... He balls in Spain. Third option is a Spurs playerl :taunt:


One of these 3 shall land no matter what. But Haaland it is going to be.


I think the Messi thing might be dead and Haaland will come somehow some day but I want to see the real Yekini heir Lukaku back in England.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2021 8:25 am 
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kalani JR wrote:
spastic wrote:
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So if they fail to get Haaland will Lukaku come?

Tufiakwa!!!!! Lukagini?

No Sir! We will not fail to bring home the son of our ex-captain. But if due to some unbelievable reason he doesn't come, we have an idea who our 2nd choice is..... He balls in Spain. Third option is a Spurs playerl :taunt:


One of these 3 shall land no matter what. But Haaland it is going to be.


I think the Messi thing might be dead and Haaland will come somehow some day but I want to see the real Yekini heir Lukaku back in England.

Not Messi. If Messi comes he'd play attacking mid. It's Haaland, Joao Felix, or Kane.

Hoping for Haaland though. Lukaku doesn't fit in my opinion.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2021 9:18 am 
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spastic wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
spastic wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
So if they fail to get Haaland will Lukaku come?

Tufiakwa!!!!! Lukagini?

No Sir! We will not fail to bring home the son of our ex-captain. But if due to some unbelievable reason he doesn't come, we have an idea who our 2nd choice is..... He balls in Spain. Third option is a Spurs playerl :taunt:


One of these 3 shall land no matter what. But Haaland it is going to be.


I think the Messi thing might be dead and Haaland will come somehow some day but I want to see the real Yekini heir Lukaku back in England.

Not Messi. If Messi comes he'd play attacking mid. It's Haaland, Joao Felix, or Kane.

Hoping for Haaland though. Lukaku doesn't fit in my opinion.


Joao Felix makes sense, moreso than his current location plus he looks like a young Aguero.


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kalani JR wrote:
spastic wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
spastic wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
So if they fail to get Haaland will Lukaku come?

Tufiakwa!!!!! Lukagini?

No Sir! We will not fail to bring home the son of our ex-captain. But if due to some unbelievable reason he doesn't come, we have an idea who our 2nd choice is..... He balls in Spain. Third option is a Spurs playerl :taunt:


One of these 3 shall land no matter what. But Haaland it is going to be.


I think the Messi thing might be dead and Haaland will come somehow some day but I want to see the real Yekini heir Lukaku back in England.

Not Messi. If Messi comes he'd play attacking mid. It's Haaland, Joao Felix, or Kane.

Hoping for Haaland though. Lukaku doesn't fit in my opinion.


Joao Felix makes sense, moreso than his current location plus he looks like a young Aguero.

He's highly regarded baby the front office.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2021 6:43 am 
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spastic wrote:
benteke wrote:

Chief you have done well. Held City up as I served me time in Exile.


I have now returned with good and sad news from Exile.


1) The greatest premier league player of all the will wave goodbye to the premier league this season.

The Greatest Sergio Kun Aguero!!!!?

Signifying the end of the Original Manchester City Era:
Yaya
Kompany
Hart
Silva
Aguero
Zabaleta

The last of the original 6 legend wi bring a close to the First Generation of The Greatest Era.



His Replacement


Stay tuned :)


Why Yaya Tuore not got a statue of him built is it because he is African :sneaky:
Don't tell me its just because of the cake incident, that would be taking the cake, Yaya is a City legend that also deserves a statue


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2021 2:35 pm 
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benteke wrote:
spastic wrote:
benteke wrote:

Chief you have done well. Held City up as I served me time in Exile.


I have now returned with good and sad news from Exile.


1) The greatest premier league player of all the will wave goodbye to the premier league this season.

The Greatest Sergio Kun Aguero!!!!?

Signifying the end of the Original Manchester City Era:
Yaya
Kompany
Hart
Silva
Aguero
Zabaleta

The last of the original 6 legend wi bring a close to the First Generation of The Greatest Era.



His Replacement


Stay tuned :)


Why Yaya Tuore not got a statue of him built is it because he is African :sneaky:
Don't tell me its just because of the cake incident, that would be taking the cake, Yaya is a City legend that also deserves a statue

Yaya City greatest player of all time.Their training ground name after him.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2021 3:35 pm 
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benteke wrote:
spastic wrote:
benteke wrote:

Chief you have done well. Held City up as I served me time in Exile.


I have now returned with good and sad news from Exile.


1) The greatest premier league player of all the will wave goodbye to the premier league this season.

The Greatest Sergio Kun Aguero!!!!?

Signifying the end of the Original Manchester City Era:
Yaya
Kompany
Hart
Silva
Aguero
Zabaleta

The last of the original 6 legend wi bring a close to the First Generation of The Greatest Era.



His Replacement


Stay tuned :)


Why Yaya Tuore not got a statue of him built is it because he is African :sneaky:
Don't tell me its just because of the cake incident, that would be taking the cake, Yaya is a City legend that also deserves a statue


I Actually support Yaya getting a Statue. I think he was colossal on the field but a real petty pain off it. ANd robbed a lot of people off the wrong way. But I think City should be the bigger man and not be petty like Yaya was and give him a Statue along with the other 3 Greats of the last generation. He jumped everything off for City with that Semi-final goal against United in the FA Cup. That was the Signal that we had finally arrived. And all Credit to Yaya for carrying City to that first trophy.

But as far as the Greatest is concerned. There is no question it is Aguero.


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I rate

Kompany
Yaya


Ahead of Aguero IMHO


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Iheanacho the néw darling of the midlands starts
for the Foxes against his old club.
He has done well and been blessed with a new contract.


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This ref and his wayo, as if city need extra help.

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Spasood Abubakar, no questions asked about the cause of absentia, Cyberia is akin to the Nassau of piratical times. One would imagine the sabbatical has added an Ali, Ishak or Masood to the name.

Chances in the Foxes den tonight?

Following Dortmund’s collapse at Frankfurt this afternoon, Champions League qualification, whilst mathematically possible, form begs to differ, with chest worthy on an Olympia stage. The scramble for Haaland begins this summer. Think City will go in, cash plus players.


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Coach wrote:
Spasood Abubakar, no questions asked about the cause of absentia, Cyberia is akin to the Nassau of piratical times. One would imagine the sabbatical has added an Ali, Ishak or Masood to the name.

Chances in the Foxes den tonight?

Following Dortmund’s collapse at Frankfurt this afternoon, Champions League qualification, whilst mathematically possible, form begs to differ, with chest worthy on an Olympia stage. The scramble for Haaland begins this summer. Think City will go in, cash plus players.

Think we'll bow out. City hates bidding wars. Front Office thinks it's beneath them :(


That said, Dortmund can still qualify by winning the Champs league. And after tonight. They are still on a decent position :(


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Dortmund have done well to come away with a 2-1 loss. They have an away goal and the next leg is at their home ground. I think Pep will go and attack more.

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