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"PaddySpurs4Life(Tottenham Hotspur)1 week ago
Now a clever man would put money on Swansea to win their next game"

Aight mate I see you. Now say United are gonna win the league
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Didn't even follow my own advice. It's just the Liverpool I've always known. Won't be Long before they sort out their inconsistencies; they just need a decent CDM and GK
Peak Liverpool
Thanks for jinxing us :P
Funny link, thought some of you might like it

http://www.bbc.com/sport/41037621
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That Spurs Southampton game was very very good. The underdogs really showed their ability and that the gap between the top and mid table is not as big as it would seem.
Marco Siva sacked
didn't see that coming
whaaa

"Chelsea fans acting surprised by manager sackings, gold."

But seriously, they are 10th lol, how much higher did they expect they'd be at this stage.
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Haha
Should have taken Everton's offer and left Watford when he had a chance. Big mistake on his part.
Speedy recovery to James McCarthy. Terrible injury.
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Seriously. That's a real nasty one. Hopefully his career isn't completely ruined. The amount of time to heal the bones, recover back to match fitness, and perform at the level he is currently at will take 2-3 seasons probably.
So it is confirmed by many different reliable sources, pundits etc..not just "DailyFail" as United fans refer to it, that Sanchez will be on 500K per week. How do you guys think this will affect the market will it inflate it? i know we spoke about fees paid for players and how it inflated the market before with the likes of Neymar, Dembele, Coutinho, Pogba etc. Will this inflate the wage structure for all the teams? do you guys think the likes of Hazard and KdB will now say if Sanchez can get 500K per week, i want 700K per week? what are your thoughts?
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Not any more than normal, no
Sanchez won't be on 500k but the deal proposed will over 4 years cost Man Utd 500k per week. Big difference.
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he is on a 500K the pundits today said with a salary like 500K AFTER TAX per week why drive to manchester when you can afford a private jet. The total deal that will cost United over 4 years is 180mil there was a link somewhere on the Chelsea forum you can see it for yourself, but that 180 mil is gone up now cos that was reported a few days ago and then Riola demanded the key to the transfer so he can milk some more agent fees out of this deal so its more than 180 mil at this point maybe 190? maybe 200? But as far as Sanchez he pockets 500K every week! Thats more than what Ronaldo pockets more than all those players that went to China for big money moves. That question is already set in stone. The question here is how will it affect other teams and other big players
We've already seen how it's been answered: City didn't want to make him a higher-paid player than De Bruyne; Chelsea didn't want to make him a higher-paid player than Hazard, supposedly. This deal won't affect anyone's wage structure unless they want it to. Player transfer fees and player wages will inflate insofar as they keep up with what that the clubs are willing to pay. The market is designed for inflation to a degree, and the sport is more lucrative now more than ever, so I don't see it stopping. But that's not to say that clubs don't have the agency to make these decisions.
@Joeymac thats a fair analogy. I think it will definitely affect other players especially the ones that are about to sign extensions (KdB, Hazard etc) they will think hey if that guy can pocket 500K why can't I? And if its an important player the club will have no choice but to honour the request and it will go on and on. Those clubs at the bottom will have a harder time recruiting players as well and that will make the league weaker. This is bad for football in general regardless of how lucrative the sport is now.

PS there are reports that Pogba wants his wages doubled LOL now that Sanchez is on such an astronomical salary

I disagree with your overall assessment. If a player thinks they a worth a certain amount upon extension, then more power to them for leveraging their talent for their wage. But the club never has to comply, and if the competition doesn't come from elsewhere (ie. another club), the player will be forced to lower their demands. And I don't see how you're logically getting to the claim that clubs at the bottom will have a harder time recruiting, that doesn't quite make sense to me, right now they're the ones finding the talent, developing it, then selling it to the highest bidder.
Because for example guys like Alan Pardew who always go to Ligue 1 for recruitment will want to bring someone in but that someone knows that if a player like Sanchez makes 500K per week, OK he's no Sanchez but he will be looking for higher wages 100K per se cos that player will know that premier league teams are richer than Ligue 1 teams. Alan Pardew will ask his owners but they will say no! if we give this guy 100K per week the other players will ask for more and if we end up getting relegated then we are in trouble with wages like that.

There should be a cap for wages no more than 200K for all the teams in Europe. Then players will try to join teams where they are more likely to win trophies and where better football is played.
But if you're not actually worth 100k and you're demanding it, the odds are that no one's going to sign you for 100k? You're taking a slippery slope to an extreme imo. On the flip side of that one player in your example, you're going to have 10 more players who are willing to take lower wages to fight for the chance to play professional football in the PL. Guys that will go to Burnley or Southampton and get you promoted instead of relegated, or guys that want exposure as a stepping stone to Spain.

I do think some sort of transfer/salary cap would do European football some good, especially for competition, but it's not realistic, especially not at 200k. United and City's total wage bill right now is about 5-6m per week each, and out of the top clubs in England I think Spurs come in last at about 3m per week. Those really aren't huge numbers when you consider how much these clubs bring in, they probably make it up on a home matchday. I personally think that all this talk over Sanchez's wage is having minimal effect on what's already happening, it's just tabloid sensationalism.
It looks more and more as though United shot themselves in the foot with this 500K/week transfer because Pogba wants to double his wages now. Usually these players will tell their agents that "look this guy is almost 30 years old and making 500K/week i wanna double my wages" and their agents will leak the info to the press to give it more attention and attract interest from other clubs and at the end increase the player's wages that if you don't double Pogba's wages we are going elsewhere. After Pogba I'm sure plenty of other players will demand the same thing. This is prolly why City and Chelsea pulled out. But it will still have an effect on players from other teams (KdB, Hazard) too maybe not to the same extent as whats happening to Pogba's situation but it will still have an effect.

P S our wage bill is nowhere near as high as United's lets not kid ourselves here. We let 10 - 12 senior players out last summer and replaced most of them with 19 - 22 years old youngsters, there is no way we are paying those kids the same amount we were paying the likes of Nasri, Kolarov, Clichy, Zabaletta, Sangna, Bony, Joe Hart, Nolito, Fernando, Navas, Iheanacho, Caballero etc...Even Yaya Toure's wages we slashed in half for the 1 year extension due to his old age. There is no chance we are anywhere near United's wage bill. Our best/highest paid player Aguero is on 220K/week United's average player is on 220K/week.
I think your true intentions are starting to show here. Shot in the foot? No sir. We just got Alexis Sanchez when just 6 months ago City seemed like his one and only destination. If Pogba thinks he deserves more because of it, fine, he is our best player after all and I'd love to restructure a contract to keep Madrid away for at least an extra year or two, or at the very least to add a couple more millions to his valuation. And presuming we don't resign Ibra at the end of the year, I wouldn't be surprised if Pogba got paid more.

Also, let's clear a few things here. As of Nov 27, these are what the clubs were paying (so before Sanchez, but we're also offloading Mkhi so the net gain will be less than the quoted 400k). Anyhow, most recent figures I could find:

United: average of £100,792 a week per player
City: average of £100,691 a week per player
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/premier-league-club-pays-highest-11595611

Manchester United's weekly wage bill of £5.241m total
Manchester City's weekly wage bill of £5.235m total
http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/42130297

To be clear, I don't really care who is paying what if they can afford it, we certainly bring in enough revenue as a club to justify these figures. Either way neither of us are close to Barcelona. Just want you to make sure you're not indeed kidding *yourself* about not being "anywhere near," it's a lot closer than you seem like you want to accept.
Yeah but our starters all make within 100k of each other, Sanchez is makin twice as much as luakku. First it does inflate the market and showed weakness that united were willing to cave to the mans demands, second it will definitely cause unrest among the top players that the new guy is making so much more than their highest paid guys.
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Which would suggest that the gap in quality across your squad is less than ours, or that the past couple of years City have been building a squad more coherently, both of which I'd say are true. But besides that, so what? Sanchez aside, the top players in our squad make within 100k of each other too. Inflation has been addressed. To the point that we're caving, all I think it shows is that Sanchez leveraged himself well and the club can afford to pay his evaluation rather than risk missing out on him; that just sounds like business to me. We'll see if the deal leaves us in wage hell or causes unrest in the squad, no doubt that'll be part of the spin, but I'll be glad to have him signed.
speaking of revenues City reported 475mil last year to United's 574mil so we are just 100 mil off but we will most likely win the EPL this year and maybe the next few seasons as well considering our squad is very young and our revenues will go up quickly. My "true intentions" are still to get feedback from other fans whether or not this Sanchez 500K per week will inflate the wage structure for other teams or not.

Those number your reported are from before we offloaded 10 to 12 first team senior players. For example Nasri was on 140K/week there is no way Gabriel Jesus is on 140K/week the guy was 18 when we signed him, you don't pay a teenager that kind of money. I am sure a more updated wage bill will show a much bigger gap between City and United than what you showed.
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So you can say a 100m difference in revenue is close yet a 0.006m wage bill difference per week is far off? 100m is the same difference as if we were paying 2m more in wages per week than you, which we aren't.

See I don't think you're really concerned about wage inflation (and if you are, my argument is that you needn't be considering City/Chelsea stood ground here), I think you just want to blame United for it or put us in a pickle that doesn't exist [yet]--hence what I think are your true intentions. Nasri was sold in August, are you saying you still had him on your wages in late November or am I missing something? In the meantime those are the most recent wage numbers, and no gap existed at that point, but you're more than welcome to post the new ones when they are tallied.
Wage inflation should concern you. If lukakku socres some more goals this year and next his next contract he will be demanding close to 300k, pogba will prob get 350-400k next contract, not to mention anymore big signings you make. And i think to the point about wages United has much more desparity between the lower paid players and the highest paid players. Mrtial and Rashford will get big raises next summer.
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@Joeymac you can't say "100m difference in revenue is close yet a 0.006m wage bill difference per week is far off?" You have a half billion debt, we don't. Most of your revenue goes into paying off the interest rate of that half a billion debt you owe.
As a united fan I couldn't care less about how much these players are on. Don't care how much we pay. Would it inflate the wages? Yes but City inflated the transfer prices of players. Did City fans care? Nope. We clearly have the money. So why not use it? Don't really understand what the big issue is.

We make enough money to pay our debt and buy players like Sanchez and Pogba. If the rivals can't keep up then that's not United's problem.

Did City care about the wage gap when they signed Robinho? Case and point.
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@Khesslr, if that happens, then it may concern me. As of right now, it doesn't for all the reasons I've said. A player can ask for whatever he wants, but as long as no other club is willing to match their demands, it won't matter unless the club agrees with the evaluation, and I highly doubt Woodward is going to pay anyone more than the club can afford. Even now our wage increase is only doing so at the same percentage as our revenue:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/09/21/man-utd-money-machine-full-flow-club-earns-half-billion-pounds/

@FootballisCity, every time I effectively address what you're saying, you shift elsewhere. The fact of the matter is that my comment can stand because the numbers back me up, something you haven't been able to grasp so far. Btw our net debt is closer to 220m, not half a billion. Yes, we operate on debt, as do a lot of big businesses. While I don't condone it, the overall debt doesn't affect our operations since the annual interest payment to finance it is nothing compared to the yearly revenue. So once again, your claim that most of our revenue goes into paying off the interest is just flat wrong; If you're interested in understanding how that works:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Aq44iHILDk
Obviously they can afford it I mean We could afford to pay Sanchez his money but we decideed not to cuz our wage structure is important and stable. Im not saying this to desparage United as Yaldho always manages to spin against city. Im saying i think it could lead to some issues for them. Players will undoubtedbly demand more wages and it could get out of hand.

And lastly, Yaldho you make this point all the time but city are not solely responsible for inflating prices. And again, United, chelsea, Liverpool, PSG, Barcelona, and Madrid have spent much more on a single player than we have.
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@Yaldho "City inflated the transfer prices of players" Are you serious? our most expensive player was KdB we got him for 52mil you got 5 or more players that were more expensive than KdB Pogba Lukaku DiMaria to name a few. This post is not about transfer prices but about the wage bill and structure.

Premier League's top 3 earners? Sanchez followed by Pogba followed by Lukaku. All 3 are United players? Case closed.
Ok, let's talk wages then. How was the wage distribution at City when they signed Robinho? How was the wage distribution when PSG signed Neymar? How was the wage distribution when Madrid signed Ronaldo?
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United fans tend to live in the past, we are talking about the present and how this 500K/week Sanchez move to United will or will not inflate the wage bill structure for all the teams or will it affect United's dressing room only (since we know Pogba's agent openly said yesterday that he wants Pogba's wages (300K) doubled meaning he wants to pocket 600K. In a way it makes sense since he's younger and prolly a more important figure for United at the moment). Also keep in mind Sanchez gets a 20 mil signing on fee from United just like that and if that is added to the deal it will take his 500K well over.

But if you really wanna go to the past Robinho was on 160K/week how is that compared to Sanchez's 500K/week prolly more if you distribute the 20 mil signing on fee over the 4 year contract he got. United is paying Sanchez more than 3 times what City paid Robinho. But again United fans must get their noses out of the past. Don't live in the past or you will ruin the present and future. P S that 160K that Robinho was on was just 20K more than what John Terry was making at Chelsea at the time.
Thanks for the advice but still u didn't answer the question. How was the wage structure when City signed Robinho?
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One player does not INFLATE anybody else's wages. That's ridiculous. Just like how one club did not INFLATE the transfer market as has been labelled on City so many times.

United are paying a huge and admittedly ridiculous premium, but that's their requirement at the moment. Like Joeymac said, the answer is in the question. City did not get Sanchez cos they did not want to artificially increase the wage bar in the dressing room.

If Pogba wants more money, then it is United's problem to do something about it. But the problem is within United. KdB and Sterling have nothing to do with Sanchez's wages. United will have thought through the scenarios before paying such money. Whether it works for them or not time will tell.

EDIT: If this has to become a City vs United fans topic then I will happily delete the thread. Either way the forums have gone to the dogs.
It was a United v City topic from the start Tomi, that's why the guy asked the question in the first place. He's not concerned about overall wage inflation which is what me, you, Yaldho are pointing out and why all his hypothetical scenarios and examples hold no logistical water. But it's given us sufficient time to expose his "concerns" so feel free to delete if you want :)
Yes, this is just really stupid. Definitely not adding anything valuable. Sorry if I derailed the topic. Just tired of defending all the BS the media is reporting regarding this deal.
Nothing "stupid" about this thread, the thread was about whether this Sanchez 500K/week deal will inflate the market and affect other players as simple as that but Joeymac and Yaldho brought in topics that were completely unrelated to the thread perhaps both being defensive, thinking this was a "United vs City topic from the start" hence the replies we got from the likes of Joeymac.

Its a decent thread IMO there is a reason Sterling decided not to sign a new deal until after the world cup, his agent prolly whispered in his ear that there will be some huge deals over the winter and then upcoming summer so why not wait. The same goes for KdB and Hazard and others. That is my opinion and I'm eager to find out other ppl's opinion. No need to bring anything else to the thread just because you feel "defensive".

@Joeymac if you read my 3rd comment my sentence started with "That is a fair analogy but this is what i think" So i acknowledged your response and then stated my opinion thats all, and expected more replies from other fans to express their "analogy". But you brought in other stuff such as revenues etc into the thread.

This is a decent thread i don't see any name callings any bashing of other clubs or trolling, i don't see why there is a need to take down the thread just because it doesn't fit one club's agenda. There were many threads on here that didnt fit other clubs agenda but we never took them down right? because you will never have a topic that will please everyone. This is a healthy civil discussion thats what forums are for healthy discussions.
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You know what, lets say that this does inflate the market. I want to say; so what?

United can afford it, we have the highest revenue of any club in the world.

And if this pisses off the likes of City and Chelsea who want to spend their owner's billions but can't because of financial fair play? All the better for us.

I'm sick of people being afraid to be candid about this, our club can afford it completely on its own merit. We haven't needed a billionaire to make us relevant, so why exactly should we follow the same rules that they are forced to set for themselves?

City 'set a rule' that they only spend 50 million, this doesn't make them better than any other big spending club.

They want to work within their means? that's nice, it just happens that United's are higher, suck it up.
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@Football, I enjoyed the conversation too, so I apologize if any comments seemed heavy towards you. But I read all of your comments thoroughly, I want to point out that I never brought in a topic that was unrelated; what I did was fully explore those topics upon you shifting towards them after I had addressed your earlier points. Other than your first reply, you never really acknowledged when many of your presuppositions about facts and figures were proven wrong and cited with sources. So I'm sure you can see why exasperation left me to conclude that your original comment had a motive--usually when people don't deal with the facts as they exist, they have a motive
If Liverpool had de Gea and United had Mignolet, what would be the difference in points?
idk but if united had salah and liverpool had mata, what would be the difference in points?
How dare you say bad things about Mata...
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i just asked a question, it's not my fault that it's answer shows mata in a bad light.

but back to the topic, obviously every team has players who are better (or at least are currently playing better) than players in the same position in other teams. de bruyne in city or kane in spurs are some more examples. you could make the question about any of these players. obviously their presence or lack of in this case will make an impact on the respective team's performance, thereby their position in the league.
Mata is United's best passer after Pogba imo (might be on par with Pogba). And don't even get me started on his first touch. I'd take him back in a heart beat.
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That is like asking where would spurs be if they did not have Kane.
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I know its a bit of a silly question, but I've come to realise just how good de Gea is. Undoubtedly the best in the world in my opinion. Makes such a difference for a team (as does having a player like Kane)
Probably 2nd, we still aren't as good as City on a weekly basis.
We'd probably still be in 2nd still since we park the bus every game anyway ;)
Who needs Sanchez when you've got Nacho Monreal
Give him 400K
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Sanchez will be on 500K not 400K, and no its not just dailymail reporting but several outlets
VAR is useless, refs have too much ego's to check it
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The decision needs to be clear cut for the ref's original decision to be overturned. Thats how it works in cricket in the event of an LBW, if the call is too close, it goes to umpire's original decision, which is the right way of doing it.

In today's match it was a fairly clear non-dive and should have been overturned. Like you said, why it wasn't is seriously worrying. All the pundits said it was a penalty.

The only thing I can think of is that Willian jumped and didn't go fully down, his yellow card for diving should have at the very least been overturned. It was a very 'Mike Dean in front of a television' type decision lol.
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The pundits on my network said the ref got it right. I thought if there is contact you can go down. Def contact on willian's decision. Other than that, the ref got everything else right except for showing 2nd yellow in sequence to morata's sending off.
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I can kind of see it not being given, there is contact but Willian didn't go down which doesn't help his case. But his yellow should have been rescinded, and why it wasn't I don't know, wasn't that the point of VAR?

The 2nd yellow for Morata is rare but he needs to know better then to mess with a referee who is looking for an excuse to send Chelsea players off.
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Referring to a post I made a few pages back, I think we have to reassess the way we deal with fouls/dives/cards, especially when those plays happen inside the box. I don't think every play with contact should be a foul, and I don't think every non-foul in the box should be simulation. Ideally the VAR is there to clear this up, but I still think the rules are too rigid.
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I think its been good so far, the only hiccup is Willian's yellow should have been rescinded because he didn't dive.

The refs will make their donkey decisions still, but atleast with VAR, the really bad and obvious calls, like the Arsenal non penalty against West Brom, or the West Brom clear penalty at Arsenal will be eliminated.
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It's been a week or two since being used so chill. Let some of your steam cool off first
Kane already with 20 goals, Salah a winger with 18 and its only January. Wonder if both can go on and break the 31 goal set by Suarez and Ronaldo.
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Kane will break it easily because he scores too many hat tricks...It will be little tough for Salah
Their situation is different though. At Tottenham all the players Son, Ericksen, Dele Alli, Lamela etc, are told to pass the ball to Kane whenever there is an opportunity kinda like at Real Madrid everyone is told to pass the ball to Ronaldo whenever they create something but at Liverpool its a different story players aren't forced to pass it to Salah he has to make it for himself hence why Firmino is also in double digits for goals and Mane is not far off, the goals are spread around the team at Liverpool.
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Goal record is 34, not 31.
@FoorballisCity: You need to watch us more. Son and Dele are not passing if they can score trust me, they both can be quite greedy. Kane just shoots on sight if there is an opportunity no matter the angle lol.
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@Bwfyid stats are important, they say there is power in numbers, Kane is the only player in your team thats in double digits for goals there is a reason for that. City Liverpool have many players on double digits because goals are spread out. Its also one way Poch and Tottenham can keep Kane at the club for as long as it can to keep him happy they tell everyone to pass him the ball. Ok there will be instances when Dele or Son will have a go on their own but most of the time they play the ball to Kane.
@FootballisCity:

Liverpool have 2 players on double-digits(only league), one of which hit double figures this week, as opposed to 1 for Spurs.

City who score a lot many goals and have more goalscorers have 2 as well.

Kane has missed 10 big chances, compared to 15 for Salah, 12 for Aguero. It seems he has scored more goals, missed less big chances. For a team that tells everyone to pass to Kane, it still seems Salah gets more chances organically(going by your logic, however fallible it is)


Son has 8 goals, eriksen 6, Dele 5 and countless chances missed. A bit too much for a team that only passes to Kane.

For last couple of seasons, we had the most number of players in double figures for goals, which I doubt they could have if all they did was pass it to Kane.
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@FootballisCity: I can definitely understand why you would think that considering the ridiculous number of goals that Kane scores, I'm just trying to tell you that it is not the case that everyone looks for Kane. Kane is the Striker so he will get the most opportunities but that is normal.

The team is the biggest thing for Poch, everybody plays for each other. That said there have been occasions where everyone has looked for Kane. The last 2 games last season when he was going for the golden boot where he scored 3 and 4 goals. Also the last two games off 2017 where he bagged two hatricks. Maybe we should do it more often lol
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In prem this season Mo Salah has been passed to 994 times. Kane has been passed to 798 times. Elementary I know but as you say FootballIsCity "Stats are important"

I know you've only been on this forum since September but you've already said some pretty hilarious things mate.

My personal favourite:

" KDB is the best in Europe because Messi is South American"
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If you watch Spurs play you'll notice that Kane gets involved in the game by himself, as all good strikers must. It's not as simple as saying "Spurs are told to feed Kane the ball." It certainly helps Kane that the attack runs through him as the focal point to an extent, but there are plenty of times when Dele Alli takes it on for himself, Son too.

I think the reason you see City and Liverpool with more spread out goals is because they both play with non-traditional CFs, whereas Kane is still the more traditional frontman, just with endless amounts more skill on and off the ball.
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@PaddySpurs4Life i have been on this forum since the Mark Hughes times at City, i just went off and then came back and then went off again and so on...i was 12 or 13 years old back then ... considering that i have been on here for much longer than you have....994 were passed to Salah on the wing of which most of them he crossed back into to penalty box for Firmino, Can etc...but the 798 to Kane were mostly direct on goal see the difference?? The KdB comment about him being the best in Europe was said by Jupp Heynckes the Bayern Munich coach now are you saying you know football better than him?? i hope you answer this one :D I'm eager to find out what you would say?

There is a reason why a certain genius of a coach called tottenham the "Harry Kane team" ... like it or not but it is what it is.

That said nothing is wrong with playing however you want whoever you want to pass the ball to as long as it gives you the 3 points in the bag and an attacking football game for the spectators.
Dunning–Kruger effect.
@FootballisCity, say what you want but judging by the comments I read from you; this is the stat I believe:

Member Since 14th September, 2017

Just another bandwagon City fan.

You clearly don't watch Spurs play. If you did, you would know exactly how ridiculous your comments look.

Kane's goal tally comes from his ability to put the ball in the back of the net from any ridiculous angle. The team is not told to "just pass to Kane" And the comment from your so called Genius coach who has an unlimited bank to buy players was ignorant. He also back peddled what he said.
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"the 798 to Kane were mostly direct on goal"

You do realise that makes 0 sense matey.

And Heynckes was saying De Bruyne is the best in Europe (thats including Messi and Ronaldo) which is a fair (but imo wrong) opinion.
You then said he is the best because Messi is Argentinian and thus De Bruyne is the best in Europe. See where you went wrong?

You do realise that managers can be mistaken yeah? Pep has been wrong before, so has Heynckes and I'm certain you've made a habit out of it. Just because you manage a football team doesn't make you a god. Get your tongue out of Pep's arse its embarrassing.
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Keep Salah out of this, his main job is to create opportunities irrespective of him or his team mates, he does that well.

As long as Mane, Firmino or Salah are on the scoresheet. We gucci.
all im gonna say is "a footytube fan named PaddySpurs thinks he knows football better than a Bayern Munich coach." how many flaws do you see in that sentence? i see a gazillion but I'm not gonna list them all, aint got no time for that.

@Weathers are you serious? you make it sound like you have been here since 1995? you only joined 1 year before me (2016) under this account. But i had AgueroCity before this and had technical difficulties with it. Before that i had an account way back when Mark Hughes was at City.
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I rest my case
Son is the most egoistic footballer on the British Isles. He gets away with it because he is so adorable and scores some wicked goals. But he sure ain't no feeder for Kane..!


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S. Francis
6 1
A. Carroll
6 1
I. Gueye
5 1
C. Schindler
5 1
J. Hogg
4 1
M. Schneiderlin
4 1
M. Zeegelaar
4 1
David Luiz
3 1
W. Ndidi
3 1

Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
65
52
18
70
1
2
21
24
1
53
33
16
49
3
5
16
24
2
50
29
16
45
4
5
15
24
3
47
25
29
54
3
8
13
24
4
45
25
22
47
5
6
13
24
5
42
14
31
45
6
6
12
24
6
34
4
32
36
8
7
9
24
7
34
-2
21
19
8
7
9
24
8
28
-13
39
26
10
7
7
24
9
26
-11
44
33
12
5
7
24
10
26
-12
42
30
10
8
6
24
11
25
-11
36
25
11
7
6
24
12
25
-15
37
22
11
7
6
24
13
24
-22
41
19
12
6
6
24
14
23
-12
34
22
13
5
6
24
15
23
-16
33
17
11
8
5
24
16
23
-25
50
25
13
5
6
24
17
22
-11
35
24
10
10
4
24
18
20
-12
31
19
10
11
3
24
19
20
-20
35
15
14
5
5
24
20
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