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So apparently City set to sign Delph for £8m with reportedly £100k/wk.

But thats not what is important or funny to me lol. Cuz I rmb in January theres a show i watched fully called " Premier League World", an Episode about Delph new contract extension with AV.

---------------He said-------

"The fans have been great with me, the chairman has been absolutely fantastic with me and I have a great relationship with the manager and I see the boys here as my brothers, my family and I am delighted to stay here.

"I am a loyal person and committing my future will hopefully show everybody what type of guy I am.

"There was no way I was going to bail out. I am here for the long run."

Manager Paul Lambert added: "It's great for Aston Villa. It's great for Fabian. I think this is a massive, massive step.

"The thing with modern-day football and loyalty is there's not so much of it - you very rarely get people who stay at a football club for a long, long time."


LOL xD how football can change!
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Delph welcome to the City bench.
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£100k every week for sitting in a comfortable bench. Perfect job lol
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Football players should seriously cut the crap. Swearing eternal love to the club, and when they sign for a new club it is a child dream come true, kiss the badge. Exposed to ridicule at best, they should be forced by the law to hang a poster of Totti or Di Natale on the wall
I am not talking about City alone here, do you know what I mean
Lol when u put it like that, it is my dream job. And on top of that he gets to watch every man city game in the stadium for free.
Well when you look at most of the loyal players they stay because they are regularly winning trophies with their teams so they really don't have to move to seek further glories, it's guys like Ashley Cole that get in my nerve, who clearly left better team for more money, while have huge respect to players like Gerrard and Totti who sticked with their club through all the struggles.
Yh but wouldn't you leave for another job had you been offered a higher salary? Its not that shocking when you think about it that way.
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representing England in the League and in CL, by sitting on the bench. what a shame.
@bluffmaster, I would look at it as how much I could contribute to the new team rather than more salary, as if what they already have isn't enough for them. Suarez's departure makes sense, better salary while still playing regularly, while Delph might ruin his career for better salary for few more years.
Wowww............. England women's team loss In the most unfortunate way.

91 mins, England attack, countered, thru ball by Japan , Centreback intercept, somehow bounced underside of the bar and in....... and that denied them a final place


England team jinxed ay? lol.
England just parked the bus and launched high ball in the box. Typical. Japan deserves that "slice" of luck imo.
they deserved the loss. That disgraceful dive they used to get a penalty then sitting back. Japan easily deserved the win. The match as a whole was atrocious though
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the japan pen was false too, the foul was outside the box.
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They parked the bus? Are you serious, the Lionesses played tremendously well, had triple as many shots and generally outplayed.
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Why is the silly captions game dead?

http://www.footytube.com/forums/funny-football/the-silly-captions-competition-2770/
No-one joins in anymore. Most people's idea of fun these days has turned to trolling. :/
Its dead like how the pie chart voting system is dead.

Still rmb how it feels so devastating to see you get rude votes lmao. That chart really was a big thing
Speaking of dead things, what about 'adding as friend'

Absolutely useless, no Meebo anymore.
Or

" 2 cool votes for you "

lol
Dreamfooty bugs all along. Such a good game that was
http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/leicester-sack-pearson/view/news/203441

Well this is a surprise. I don't mind at all though; he is a c**t.
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"fundamental differences in perspective exist between us"

to me, that translates to asshole won't admit or change that he's an asshole.
delayed reaction from the stunts and of course his son in that scandal.
"fundamental differences in perspective" lol these guys are aware that they're running a football club not a philosophy club right?
Nigel Pearson = c**t !

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/98/e0/de/98e0de8e9dc29f7a115a96a3e66a9f1f.jpg
he might have been a c**t but he was good what he did
i'm posting this here because a good chunk of the england u21 team are in the premier league or on the brink of joining first team squads of premier league teams.

sweden and portugal were in england's group, with england beating sweden 1-0 and losing to portugal 1-0. maybe maybe group stage exit was not as terrible as it sounds because both sweden and portugal romped the semi's to get into the final.
Ntm england won against the would be champion so basically england is extra-champion right? Finally they won smth :D
Sepp Blatter will not attend Womens World Cup Final due to " Personal Reasons "


lol
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His a f*****g prick!
did anyone really wanted the man who wanted the women players to wear shorter shorts to attend?
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Dammit, I was gonna kidnap him from the Stadium and save the world!!
Wait...what's that story about shorter shorts? What a c**t. Link please
"They could, for example, have tighter shorts. Female players are pretty, if you excuse me for saying so, and they already have some different rules to men - such as playing with a lighter ball. That decision was taken to create a more female aesthetic, so why not do it in fashion?"
http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2004/jan/16/football.gender
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thanks Micky. I'm shocked that's Blatter's opinion about the image of women's football
Bye Bye Pearson.
Bring back big Sam. :)
The league needs him.
i am kind of surprisedc
Not surprized at all. The man's ego preceded him. He let his emotions cloud his judgement on an hourly basis. Someone that aggressive that has no control of himself is a ticking time bomb. And he went off many times. Peace out Nigel!
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Paulinho joined Guangzhou Evergrande. At 26yo...LOL there goes ur career
Shame *ding x3* shame *ding x3* shame.
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Tottenham ruins careers.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3089098/Tottenham-ruined-players-not-recommend-signs-says-former-keeper-Heurelho-Gomes.html
What does that have to do with Tottenham?
He came with a lot of promise and he hasn't been even decent and it's not like he wasn't bought to be 1st choice, he just didn't cut it.
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Tottenham does seem like a good place to go to destroy all your promise with the exception of a select few. Heck even Gareth Bale was a bench warmer for a while there.

Think Paulinho's confidence was destroyed. He was pretty boss when he started then he just lost it. I assume the chinese club is paying him a ton of money.
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He never lived up to it, I don't think it was Tottenham fault.
^I don't think they put him in a position to succeed either.
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I'm with Jujex, you can't blame Spurs for this.

The guy was just not good enough, he came at a reasonably hefty price and hasn't delivered in his time here. His career wasn't exactly skyrocketing upwards before Spurs, he's just mediocre.
No, Heurelho. You're just terrible.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5APIFXlFhHY
Its easy to point out that it's the clubs fault, but its first and foremost the players fault. He didn't meet up to expectations despite doing okay in his first season. second season was disaster. As for the club, well how much more time will it take for the team to settle in, the whole team? Maybe this time they will ...
The only thing Spurs can be blamed for here is for spending too much money on someone who was unproven in a top league(then again Soldado happened too)

Colin, by your logic Liverpool seems a pretty good place to destroy careers too, looking at your signings in recent past as well.


It's easy to blame the club for a player failing to live up to the expectations.
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They ruined their own careers failing, to take advantage of a weak Arsenal squad to take top 4. Hard to trust anyone who finishes behind a squad with the likes of Gervinho and Santos. The reason their careers were ruined was because they couldn't handle what we call minimum expectations. I think the big problem is when you reach a stage in your career where you can't show progress you become very complacent
Anybody here in need of a Goalkeeper in Fifa 15 Pro Clubs?

Im free agent :( lol
Just out of curiosity, why the hell would Carlos Bacca go to AC Milan after making CL with Sevilla next season?
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I think his release clause was triggered. Not sure how much of a say the player has when this happens.
I know if the release clause is triggered the player has to be notified and the club gets to sit down and hash out a potential deal. I'm pretty sure he has a say in weather he wants to sign with them or not but AC Milan? No offense to them but their not in UCL, you would think after the effort he put in with Sevilla he would want UCl football more then anything but I guess his got to start all over again at Milan. Its just strange I thought he had more concrete offers or I guess he really didn't.
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You could say the same thing about why Di Maria among others joined Man United last year. Clubs with big history are able to attract big players. (Bacca is really underrated imo)
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Why did Silva move from CL Club Valencia to Europa league club City in 10-11? Likewise with Yaya? Not trying to be mean mate, just food for thought.

REASONS - Money, the management may have convinced him of an interesting project, Milan arguably have a better chance of winning league titles or domestic cups and they are a historic club. It's hardly unfathomable or unheard of for a player to move from a CL club to non-CL club. The opportunity to play CL is just one (important) consideration when deciding whether to move to a club.
+5
I somehow think Brazilians have certain affections towards clubs like AC milan.

Maybe the reason is he's there to follow the footsteps on his heroes? Til Real Madrid or Barcelona come knocking..

@4ever
ops..
^ Bacca is colombiian by the way..
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Wait , when release clause is activated the player have ultimate power , its the parent club that became powerless , if Milan have triggered Bacca buyout then its up to bacca to decide , he have all power and Sevilla cant do anything about it ( tho they're okay with his sale as long as they're paid the release clause ) , when bayern triggered Martinez clause , bilbao had no say in the transfer , it was all Martinez decision .

Tho im not sure if milan have really triggered the relesae clause because that will mean they have to pay tax on top of release clause , i'm sure Milan must have negotiated with Sevilla and agreed to pay a fee which is very clause to bacca release clause ( so they can avoide tax ) ,

Question here is why would Bacca want to join Milan ? tho Milan is in sketchy position but Bacca have achieved everything that he could have with Sevilla , also he is 29 and as a striker this will be one of his last big contract , im sure Milan can pay him better salary then Sevilla ,

Also i think possibility of help reviving a legendary club is attractive .


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