Discussion in 'Team Threads Forum' started by Pogba4Now, May 24, 2014.
He tried a Makelele-Essien-Lampard-Ballack-Sheva-Drogba
Yeah Januzaj was irritating to watch. He tried going for glory twice. This is much more frequent this season. He has also gotten a hipster hairstyle. If he continues like that, he should have #11 taken away from him.
Yes, I remember that very well now.
Yup, but he's still relatively young and will hopefully learn, needs to improve his composure and decision making, the potential is there that's for sure. He's not a starter so he's probably trying to impress during those minutes he's getting. He takes a lot of shots, but his finishing is quite wayward and a lot of them end up in row Z. Needs to work on that too. He's no Robben, so when you've got lethal strikers like van Persie and Falcao in the box, better feed the ball to them.
The whole situation mostly disturbed me because i wanted Falcao to score on his debut, he had one opportunity though, but couldn't bury it. van Persie was quite unselfish on one occasion when he could've had a shot on goal from a good position, but tried to find Falcao instead, which was nice of him. Januzaj should learn a thing or two from that.
Anyway he's better than our other wingers (Young, Valencia) offensively, and can also play centrally which is actually his preferred/main position, i think. I'm glad he's getting some playing time at least.
For all i care he can grow a mullet and dye his hair red as long as he keeps performing well.
Daley Blind is very clever and cool on the ball...But the star player for me was Ander Herrera..Guy bosses the midfield...and people will say its only QPR but mind you i have seen him play against atleti,RMA,barca and he has bossed in midfield against them as well...Rooney was looking better too...RVP got few chances he has to finish well..or Falcao will take his place..
Good to see this pic...
Reports from whoscored.com
Shots: 58% shots from 18 yards and 42% outside the box
Possesion: 18% home third,53% middle third and 28% away third(this is good)
If have time check this:http://www.whoscored.com/Matches/829548/MatchReport
Total Tackles won : 8
Succesful Dribbles: 2(Same as Di Maria)
Key Passes: 4(Same as Di Maria)
Pass Accuracy: 91%(Mata 98%)
What's so special about it? Some completely random bloke who looks like a 50 year old burnt-out Raul Meireles, two of our forwards and Patrick Kluivert? Actually at the first glance i thought it was his look-alike because of the bad image quality.
Without any Spanish knowledge I'm guessing its this:
Do no miss us at @DIRECTVCo channels 625 and 626 @ManUtd vs QPR. 10 am in Columbia
Qeens Park Rogers.
Columbia is a university, not a country, bitch.
Yup! No se or yo no se is "i don't know", needed a little bit help with pierdan hoy, so something didn't lose, don't miss it blah blah.. I like the way he said QPR, "Qeens Park Rogers". To be honest i'm thrilled that we have this guy in our team, and i must admit i've been listening to his chant/watched vids today more than i definitely should have. They should spice it up a little bit though, and add some version of the Bad Moon Rising (brasil decime qué se siente....) chant that was popular during the World Cup, i believe i heard it during the supercopa a lot on the background, so it has gained a lot of popularity already.
Would be perfect, too bad it wouldn't work in England, though.
Well it's too bad that Colombia is a country and not a Uni then, because maybe then Radamel would know how to write?
Didn't notice this part but it's hilarious.
In the grand scheme of things, Columbia is a more important part of society than Colombia.
That doesn't give you the right to confuse them.
In the white market, sure, Columbia is more important.
Nady you just need to hear Sofia Vergara saying Colombia once and then you won't spell it with an "u" again. Here you go. Finding the clip took me way too long.
What the fuck did nady do?
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