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That attempt at a shot by Joelinton ffs. In fact most of our shots recently have been like that, weak as piss and mis hit, it’s almost like the training methods have declined recently. The amount of injured players also originates from the shite training. 
 

Playing Lejuene this often after injury is mental and it’s finally cost us. We’ve just have no real tactic since ASM was injured. 

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1 minute ago, Howay said:

That attempt at a shot by Joelinton ffs. In fact most of our shots recently have been like that, weak as piss and mis hit, it’s almost like the training methods have declined recently. The amount of injured players also originates from the shite training. 
 

Playing Lejuene this often after injury is mental and it’s finally cost us. We’ve just have no real tactic since ASM was injured. 

 

We didn't have one before he was injured tbf 

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1 minute ago, Kid Dynamite said:

Joelinton is not coming back from his performance today. We may as well cut and run on January. Try and get £10mil back for him 

Who’s going to be stupid enough to pay twice what he’s worth?

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1 minute ago, Kid Dynamite said:

Joelinton is not coming back from his performance today. We may as well cut and run on January. Try and get £10mil back for him 

 

1 minute ago, Kid Dynamite said:

Joelinton is not coming back from his performance today. We may as well cut and run on January. Try and get £10mil back for him 

£10m?

not a fucking chance.

he's not worth what we paid stoke for joselu.

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12 minutes ago, Polarboy said:

Lejeune is literally one of the best passers of a ball we have in the team period. So yes he's more than capable of passing a ball thirty yards. Passing the ball across the box is a brain fart of epic proportions. In other words there is little other explanation for such a mistake than tiredness of the mind, body or likely both. The commentator literally said the same thing, and I think I'll take his opinion over a sweary moron on the internet.

If another player fails to find a man from 30 yards would you put that down to tiredness of mind,body or likely both.Players make mistakes ,whether fully match fit or not.If he produces a superb pass in the second half would he have ran off his tiredness.He dropped a bollock which I don't have a problem with,but to put it down to tiredness suggests he should have been subbed immediately.

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3 minutes ago, TheGingerQuiff said:

Only nufc can pay £40m for a Brazilian and end up with someone so fucking inept. He doesn't even look out of form, just pure shit.

With Fumaca,the only two Brazilians to make my all time worst eleven.

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1 minute ago, essembeeofsunderland said:

If another player fails to find a man from 30 yards would you put that down to tiredness of mind,body or likely both.Players make mistakes ,whether fully match fit or not.If he produces a superb pass in the second half would he have ran off his tiredness.He dropped a bollock which I don't have a problem with,but to put it down to tiredness suggests he should have been subbed immediately.

Which would have meant we'd now have 9 men... 

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9 minutes ago, Kid Dynamite said:

 

We didn't have one before he was injured tbf 

:lol: Aye true enough. Was giving him the benefit of doubt that ASM on the counter was the tactic, in all reality it probably was the exact same lack of ideas with the exception of ASM’s pace and dribbling creating breaks, free kicks and corners from nothing. 

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Just now, essembeeofsunderland said:

If another player fails to find a man from 30 yards would you put that down to tiredness of mind,body or likely both.Players make mistakes ,whether fully match fit or not.If he produces a superb pass in the second half would he have ran off his tiredness.He dropped a bollock which I don't have a problem with,but to put it down to tiredness suggests he should have been subbed immediately.

Not every player we have has just come back from a months long injury and is having to play every game because our other defenders are injured. How many times do I have to point out the specifics before it sinks in for you. And being tired means that you're more likely to make mistakes, not that you can't do some good things as well. And if it was Rafa he likely would have stuck on someone like Krafth or indeed started with him, but again it's not like we have much choice on the bench with Dummett, Lascelles and Clark all injured.

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1 minute ago, Polarboy said:

Not every player we have has just come back from a months long injury and is having to play every game because our other defenders are injured. How many times do I have to point out the specifics before it sinks in for you. And being tired means that you're more likely to make mistakes, not that you can't do some good things as well. And if it was Rafa he likely would have stuck on someone like Krafth or indeed started with him, but again it's not like we have much choice on the bench with Dummett, Lascelles and Clark all injured.

 

Rafa would have stuck a kid in before he played an injured player. Fuck this fat cunt.

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3 minutes ago, TheGingerQuiff said:

 

Rafa would have stuck a kid in before he played an injured player. Fuck this fat cunt.

The problem is that if you listen to other Manure players from him time there, he'd literally play with a pulled hamstring the thick c*nt that he is. So he's likely as sympathetic to the injuries the players he coaches get.

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