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If we got Dybala, I don't think it would mean the end of theo. Theo is our most senior player and English and wenger has believed in him from a young age, he wouldn't give up on him so easily that after only giving him 3 months after a major year-long injury he decides to sell him. If he sells theo he is saying he doesn't believe he will ever reach the heights he was just scraping pre-injury. I think theo will be here next season and his contract negotiations will go into December again. If anything, dybala coming means we would offload the more fringe forwards like poldi and campbell to make room
So in the summer, clearly the priority is to replace Flamini for another CDM to rotate with Coquelin. But where would you strengthen next assuming we had the funds to? Are we set in the striking department with Giroud and Welbeck? Can we do better at GK? Or do we go for a pure winger?
CB, cdm, GK, and probably another forward based on Theo's contract (Dybala looking likely)

This was technically confirmed by many ppl that these are the positions we're looking for :P
I don't think we're signing 4 players though.

I think we're definitely going in for a CDM, defender and it's toss up between a goalkeeper and a striker.
if gabriel plays good rest of season CB might be out of the question.....but we definilty need to get rid of diaby, flamini and (sad face) poldi & Joel.....if theo dont want to resign we have to look for replacement in a striker....i m tempeted to buy a CDM but i personally dont want to see coquelin growth being halted....and lastly if T-Ro leaves we need a creative midfielder as jack will most likely be injured again next season......
Portugal lost to cape verde o__o
Damn I wish we could get Depay. Anyone watch the Holland game today? He was so good and really strong. Would fit the epl well and defends well. I hope United don't make the top 4 so he doesn't move there.
we got OX.....
+3
I wouldn't compare them. Depay looks ready to step up to first team football in a top team while Ox has loads of potential but is injury prone, inconsistent, and mostly focused on attacking.

Podli and Campbell are leaving this summer, we need to keep depth.
Vincent Kompany got sent off for Belgium
Yeah, he played arrogantly and idiotically. Deserved the second yellow card and he ought to look at himself and realize he's been an idiot. This isn't the first time I've seen him playing with that unfocused and arrogant demeanor this season... Perhaps the critics saying he's over his top are right: physically he's still great, but he's sluggish mentally.
Kos the Boss >>>>> Kompany any day of the week
Phil Neville a complete plonker. Says Utd will finish second with Arsenal missing out on top 4, someone needs to lunge into him with a two foot challenge, knock some sense into him.
+1
The Neville's are inbred, don't be surprised lol
Theo is not a striker. I don't know who's putting that in his head. He's a winger who needs to get back to his defensive duties. We've experimented with him on that and time and time again he cannot dribble past defenders and gets lost in the game all the time.

Theo has speed and intelligence who's great to use in counter attacks. His technical ability to dribble and lost the last man is just NOT there.
+2
Well I cant really complain with that. I suppose Walcott was a striker when he was at southampton. I think he doesnt have that lethal directness a class striker should have he looks around for other players way too much.
I feel like when we discuss theos best position it's like talking about a 16 year old who doesn't know where he wants to play yet, theo is what 26 now? It's ridiculous, 10 years ago is when we shoulda been having this talk
+1
The game he got injured and won 2-0 he played upfront. That was one of the best games I've seen him play.
+2
It's not that Theo should only be a winger and forget about being a CF, for me he is like a fat kid in a super athletic and speedy body. He's not hungry, always seems to be off the pace and his ability to read the game is extremely average. That is what ALWAYS pissed me off about him ever since he started playing regularly for AFC. I have been very critical and also very understanding with him... not sure if anybody used to get as pissed off as me with him but I always wanted to see him do well, smh.

Now our culture is diff. with the likes of Sanchez and Welbeck in the squad. On the bright side, the Ox is the one that makes me feel a bit apathetic towards Theo tbh since his potential surpasses Walcott's by many miles and he also can be a better player than even Ramsey and Jack imo. I just hope Theo can get his form back up b4 the season ends and if we do get Dybala or Firmino then Theo's inadequacies will surely be exposed in HD quality.
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We've had this conversation before but I agree with gunnerpera, the games before he got injured where he was playing up top was some of the best I've ever seen. He's getting back form now, give him time
^yes we've always been having this convo and it always comes back up when he doesn't take his chances to shine like he should have against Italy. The entire Italian team were always scared of him even b4 the match but Theo ended up playing like he over-ate... not cool, especially when he looked like he was getting back his sharpness recently.
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A CB just ripped us a new one. Saying that gotta say Chiellini is one hell of a player, his general play is quality especially considering he's a defender.
Non-existent creativity here. Wilshere is the key to games like these, making the runs in midfield with an eye for a pass.

A positive last 15 mins, Townsend with a quality goal with his weaker foot.

Overall, meh!
England were good played well got a few passes going in the second half but italy had chances to score more
England play so slowly and predictably. Terrible management
Spain v Netherlands bro.
England are playing so much better than we did in the last few years, midfield was a bit poor though. I was expecting a bit more from Henderson
Am i watching Netherlands or 2009 Barcelona?


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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
67
36
25
61
2
7
20
29
1
61
34
28
62
5
7
18
30
2
60
27
31
58
6
6
18
30
3
59
25
27
52
5
8
17
30
4
54
12
32
44
8
6
16
30
5
53
21
21
42
9
5
16
30
6
53
5
45
50
9
5
16
30
7
43
-4
38
34
11
7
12
30
8
42
3
37
40
10
9
11
30
9
42
-3
37
34
12
6
12
30
10
36
-5
41
36
12
9
9
30
11
35
-15
48
33
13
8
9
30
12
34
-4
42
38
12
10
8
30
13
33
-12
39
27
13
9
8
30
14
28
-12
40
28
14
10
6
30
15
28
-20
39
19
16
7
7
30
16
26
-21
44
23
12
14
4
30
17
25
-23
49
26
15
10
5
30
18
22
-23
54
31
20
4
6
30
19
19
-21
48
27
18
7
4
29
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
13
10
4
14
1
1
4
6
1
13
7
8
15
1
1
4
6
2
6
-2
10
8
2
3
1
6
3
1
-15
19
4
5
1
0
6
4

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