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Discussion in 'Soccer Board' started by Ned Yocho, Mar 1, 2018.
I mean it's why Fernando never cut it at city but Fernandinho did
Liverpool fans racists and homophobes. Sad stuff this
but not shocking
I can't be either of those things, I have at least 3 black friends and at least 3 gay friends.
Juventus picked up Douglas Costa’s option for €45mil.
That’ll buy like a whole new bench within the league won’t it?
And pay James’ €42mil option
I don't know, according to this thread Bayern will sign every one.
I’m sure the kit man won’t mind spelling it Fredinho.
andres iniesta officially signed with vissel kobe of the j league
Bayern overlords take as they wish
Haha he’s livid
Salah will have nowhere the year he had this year again but Fekir and Keita will be a nice ass window for them.
Is Fekir pretty much a done deal? Hope not. Can leaving helps but the midfield is pretty crowded at Liverpool if they can manage to all be fit at the same time for once. Fekir is really good but doesn’t seem like a Klopp player who is willing to press all game and stay disciplined. I haven’t seen him play all that much though so this take is probably fueled by alcohol and not wanting Pool to make another great signing.
What's the general consensus on best media outlet/twitter follow to believe for transfer rumors/reports? It's crazy the amount of shit they are allowed to spew with literally no sources just for clickbait.
I like newsnow.uk. You can isolate for Spurs and then they have content filters beyond that. Twitter wise, I really don’t follow anyone in particular, just following arsenal related shit feeds the hog.
General rule of thumb is all transfer news is bubkas. Newsnow is a good way to just see what is being written. I'm partial to the Guardian football section myself as a "legitimate" source of news.
For Spurs i like to trawl Spurs Community for the EEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYYYY TEEEEEEEEEE KAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY shit which is probably grounded in a millimeter of truth and a whole mountain of bull kaka
I've found spurs media watch on the tottenhamhotspur site is a pretty good aggregator and then sift through that. Not sure if other clubs have something similar. Just didnt know if there was a go to source that you could trust once they picked up a story.
General rule of thumb as a Wolves fan:
Nothing is true until they’re sitting in the Molineux dressing room holding the shirt.
Usually you need to find the local papers/reporters. The mainstream English/Spanish/German papers mostly just write nonsense.
I personally enjoy that the official Manchester City website has a "In the news" section where they just list all the BS transfer rumors with links to the stories
David Ornstein da gawd
I like Bavarian Football Works because the writer is a sarcastic fuck, like myself. There are a handful of German and Arab outlets that are dialed in to transfer stuff but I have to translate those to English. I like Bild too.
If they get a goalkeeper they are going to be a lot better next season. Him and keita are 2 top buys.
How did this happen so quickly? I don’t remember hearing him linked to Liverpool that aggressively?
First we heard of it too.
I’m in awe of how quiet they did this deal.
It’s honestly amazing
Western Union sleeve sponsorship is so hilariously bad.
There all bad
Who gave you guys permission to speak to our feeder club?
Aren’t The Money Shop and Western Union virtually the same thing, but WU is international and worth 4x as much?
None of them are great. At least we’re doing something with the money...
We’ll no longer be associated with that riff raff.
Not trying to be a dick, but honest question. When theses sponsorships contracts are written up, is there a sliding scale on amount paid per year if you’re in the League Championship vs Premier League?
Their CL run was more a silly season distraction than a legitimate chance at a trophy
Yeah they would’ve owed us more next year for the increased recognition. But being 2 years into a 3 year contract made it much more justifiable for our owners to buy out the deal that the fans hated because 1) it’s a predatory payday lender and 2) it was a cheapshot parting “gift” from Steve Morgan a week before he sold the club.
Why do City want to spend that kind of cash on a player they don’t need at all?
Why would Mahrez want to go somewhere he won’t play week in week out.
Because they have cash they don't need at all