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4 English teams made it to knockout round, well done. I know Liverpool and Tottenham made it by the skin of their teeth but still impressive. Let's hope the English teams make an impact late in the competition.
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R16 should have some epic match-ups, lots of good teams made it into the R16. I can see a few upsets happening!
There are two types of people in this world. Those watching Liverpool Napoli and those watching Barcelona Spurs.
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I'll be honest, I don't get this
yeah i was watching TNT and they were covering the barca game. didnt have a choice.
it took Dele Alli 161 games to score 50 goals in all competitions for Tottenham.

It took Cristiano Ronaldo 188 matches to reach the same total for Manchester United.

overrated?
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Dele Alli > Ronaldo
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Alli > ronaldo + messi
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cr 7 = alli. they both dive.
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What matters is how many of those goals helped Spurs win trophy? I'm sure CR7 won atleast few when he reached those 50 goals in 188 games.

This is like telling Lukaku is better than Drogba because Lukaku is ahead of Drogba in goal scoring record.

Having said that i feel Dele is far from overrated..He is a very good young player
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Dele can come off as unlikable but his very talented.
no one says lukaku is better, just lukaku scores more goals :P

and you're right Paddy, based on those stats, ronaldo is overrated. wished we signed alli instead. :'(
No matter who you sign these days you seem to ruin their careers SIF ;)
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You're right, since we didn't sign him, he's bound to be even better than Ronaldo. I expect nothing less than 7 balon d'or from dele alli now ;)
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the best he will achieve is 7 Fall on D'Floor awards, absolute melt.

https://bit.ly/2Lbh57c
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I've seen traffic lights stay red longer than North London.
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You must've seen a lot of traffic light changes waiting on the corner to enter your new stadium.
Haha very true Wingson!
De Gea, Pickford, Lloris, Karius. Same, same, different name.
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That's beautiful poetry
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So who saw that result coming from the NLD?
Unai
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Those half time subs. He's so proactive it's refreshing.
This man has hardly got any credit but Marco Silva is slowly transforming Everton.

The man seems like a quality young manager.
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Klopp - how could you not love him?
https://youtu.be/4UtUnOareTo
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2H5yMKacrfA

LOL this is funny ... poor Lineker
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haha awesome
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City fans crying hypocracy should never stop. You pry deeply into all the owners around this league you’ll find individuals who have ruined careers, aided in the systemic oppression of impoverished communities through business practices, supported policy that benefits them at the cost of many, not paid their fair share of taxes anywhere in the world and now use the team for purely investmen S sake to make more money for themselves without regard for the fans. Any American, Chinese, or Russian (feel free to add others, but these 3 in particular) billionaire is of the same cloth as our owners.

It’s an absolute joke. Especially regarding the journalists, pundits and other fans rhetoric.

And please, @me
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Exactly.
@Khessler. Did it.
LOL This makes no sense.
Everyone acts high and mighty about city and their ownership. It’s ignorant. Every podcast article can’t do anything on city without talking about it or saying it offsets the football. If that’s how people views things then there isn’t any big team you can feel good about.
does the guilt keep you up at night?
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There are big teams you can feel good about.
Why does it matter what other fans think? No matter how they feel about City, they still tune in to watch us play lol!
Moe is right, and it's all because of great management, you can have all the money in the world (Manchester United) and still don't achieve the success you are looking for.
@SIF - you are such a dick :D I knew you would say that
yeah, he came all over khessler with that one.
lol oh you’re such a sweetheart
Better get used to it.

Plenty of teams have had it both worse and worse for much longer than City.:

United was under a magnifying glass with nearly EVERYONE giving them s**t for 2 decades.

Chelsea, the players, and the fans have been called plastic, glory hunters, and rent boys for almost 15 years now.

Arsenal, while typically praised for footballing reasons, have been the butt of most jokes years.

Bayern's accomplishments are consistently undermined due to the league they are in and their transfer actions.

PSG are vilified for the exact considerations as City, but are considered even worse "offenders" by most.

The fact of the matter is this: if you are a fan of a top performing/big name team, you're going to have to learn how to deal with you and your club getting s**t on.


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Additionally, City really do just spend more on transfers than other EPL teams.

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/premier-league-last-five-seasons/transfer-league-tables/premier-league-table-last-five-seasons

In the last five years:
1. City - £509m
2. United - £400m
3. Chelsea - $242m
4. Arsenal - £221m
5. Everton - £204m
6. Liverpool - £176m
15. Watford - £78m
18. Tottenham - £18m
20. Southampton + £34m

Obviously, as a Chelsea fan, I'm not throwing shade at you with that info...but it is worth pointing out that City and United really have blown everyone else out of the water with transfer netspends over the last 5 years.

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@Khessler - if history has taught you anything - if a club is being hated on - then they are doing something right (except for Spurs, hehe that's a joke)

Where do you think the ABU siege mentality comes from? If anything, this means we are reaching United levels of scrutiny and hate, and if anything - this is a compliment.

Also, must I mention, pure emotional hate dies away as you get older. You have definitely been exposed to more annoying juvenile fans


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6
34
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3
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36
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45
1
2
13
16
2
36
14
16
30
4
0
12
16
3
34
20
13
33
2
4
10
16
4
34
15
20
35
2
4
10
16
5
26
2
26
28
4
5
7
16
6
24
4
19
23
4
6
6
16
7
23
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26
25
7
2
7
16
8
22
1
20
21
6
4
6
16
9
22
-2
19
17
6
4
6
16
10
21
-2
25
23
7
3
6
16
11
21
-3
23
20
7
3
6
16
12
21
-3
22
19
7
3
6
16
13
14
-15
30
15
10
2
4
16
14
13
-9
22
13
9
4
3
16
15
12
-10
23
13
10
3
3
16
16
12
-17
32
15
10
3
3
16
17
10
-17
27
10
10
4
2
16
18
9
-17
30
13
9
6
1
16
19
9
-24
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16
11
3
2
16
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