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  1. Probably having him work on his grades.
  2. We probably need to move to a 4-3-3, but I'm not sure theres really any good options.
  3. No depth. No strikers. Three games in seven days. Today's result, while frustrating, shouldn't surprise anyone.
  4. We've scored the second most goals in the EPL since Mourinho was appointed. No Kane or Son is massive, but we have plenty of other players that aren't fully fit (Dier, Ndombele, Lamela) that saps our depth further. Mourinho really needed to rotate since we had 3 days rest compared to RBL's 4 days. Playing Chelsea Saturday means we'll play 3 games in 7 days. It's a real nice smooth buttfucking from the EPL.
  5. https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47691385 So you don't think clubs like City or PSG significantly raising the costs of doing business has no effect on other clubs? Both cheated their asses off and should be punished. UEFA screwed the pooch by not punishing PSG when they were investigated which may let City off the hook. City winning their appeal to the CAS might be a win for City but it would be a massive loss to everyone else in the sport. Parity, or at least the appearance of parity, is important.
  6. I'm not even sure why we're running him out again today. He comes back from injury so we just play him 90' every game. Also, why isn't Sessegnon on the bench given he's one of our few attacking options?
  7. I guess it's an easier path to 4th when we aren't playing in CL.
  8. Against Red Bull, the team all of Germany loathes.
  9. Our legs look dead. Good thing we didn't rotate.
  10. RBL played Saturday. Tottenham played Sunday. Might have something to do with it.
  11. Watching SkySports News and the NBCSN pregame show, I'm shocked at how much the English media seems to suck City's dick. They're acting like UEFA is treating poor little old City unfairly. Twats.
  12. Haaland, Reyna, and Sancho were all born in England (Leeds, Sunderland, London).
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