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Lloris is not a great keeper. I don't get how he is 90 rated on FIFA all the time. Here is not an elite keeper if he makes bad decisions and positions himself poorly as frequently as he does.
He makes too many mistakes to be put into the world class category. He is a good keeper nonetheless and can make those spectacular saves.
Shots Goals
Spurs: 18(6) 0
Chelsea : 9(2) 3

This pretty much sums up the match lol
he is the 2nd best keeper in the league thou , he makes mistakes but he also makes astonishing saves thou
As good as Alonso's free kick was, Lloris' positioning was bad. Willian's shot off the post was another example where Lloris was toast had it been on target. I don't know about second best in the league. Either you are short changing De Gea or Courtois and I disagree on both counts.
1) De Gea
2) Courtois
3) Others in England

The top 2 is clear-cut for me. De Gea is quite a bit better than Courtois, Courtois is quite a bit better than all others.
Yeah everytime someone on the spurs forum says Lloris is the best or second best in the league.. I think to all his blunders, both for spurs and France. he's a good keeper, but he makes too many mistakes. Their argument is he's more than a keeper, he's a sweeper keeper, and that makes him better than Ddg.. but when you keep costing your team due to errors (and this one wasn't even as a result of trying to play sweeper), you cant be better than DDG
@Kiran that freekick was inch perfect , Lloris is unlucky there

Only DDG is better than him , T-Bo has his share of having madness in goals
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I don't know what you guys are so excited about. We are level on points with West Brom and Huddersfield and only goal difference keeping us afloat. If you told me this is where we'd be after 2 games I'd call for Mourinho's head. This is an outrage!
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Let's see what city throw down vs Rooney and co
City will crush them like a watermelon
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Rooney overhead kick last minute winner
Older, plumper Rooney as well. Won't rise that far enough. I dare him to try
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Tomi, you guys are screwed. Only lord Evans can stop Rooney
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It takes a lord to stop a lord. A pity Lord Cleverley left, or else City is f****d
we are excited because last season we barely scored 1 goal against those type of teams. Now we are crushing them by 4 goals. And goal differences are important at the end of the season.
What an own goal, Batshuayi just only got on the pitch and has put the ball into his own net lol
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But it's Tottenham. Always find a way to disappoint
Alonso showing kane how to finish
Yeah they certainly did disappoint their home fans!

Alonso's goals were fantastic it has to be said. He's also a great left back for Chelsea - he should be definitely considered for the Spanish National.
Kane just doenst know how to score in august
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@DTaDiablo Spanish national team favours players in la liga especially Madrid and Barca players.
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Its alway a taboo to move stadium, home ground is forever a sacred place to the club.
^ yip this was Spurs first home loss in 15 months
Spurs play their home games at Wembley. Talk about undeserved
They should have been asked to play at Hyde park or sumtin
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boleyn ground
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Huddersfield playing some nice football and has a good home crowd.
Any updates on Andreas Pereira? There's honestly no place for him in our current squad. I hope he goes on loan and not permanent, guy's got a bright future!
He is probably staying for EFL cup games and as backup of backup atm.
Yeah no way he will be playing unless injury came,should be loan for epl team same as mensah.Very hv talent imo but still not hv enough chances to prove himself..
Until the CL and domestic cups start, half the team wont play. Pretty sure they have been told this and understand.
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A handful of these decisive wins against lower half table teams and United will reclaim the lost fear factor.
Our setback began when types of Villa and Westham would come to Old Trafford without the fear of being totally demolished and even the present hope of nicking a point or "more".
You've been presented with a growing difficultly of teams to face (although West Ham and Swansea are no bottom table teams) so you are actually building strength by strength.

Leicester, Stoke and Everton will be a good "next level" test in the coming days.

Oct 14th Y'all. I am cancelling all work, meetings and commitments for that day. I think that day will define what lies ahead for United.
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Im glad we thrashed westham and swansea,they've been a thorn in our backside in past fixtures.
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You know what team would be a good "next level" test? Burnley :p
Wee Everton have spent 140m this summer on transfers.. and that does not even include getting a legend like Rooney for free. they are more than next level lol
Those teams stopped fearing us once Fergie left. Leicester were the only team we really tore apart last season at home. We play them next but they will provide a more attacking threat conpared to West Ham and Swansea.
Burnley the giant killer
This is how Real Madrid and Barcelona and Bayern do so well in CL games.They use their week in and week out lower ranked teams as practice games and finishing schools! they only have three to four tough league games.We have a lot more.
Its early to be talking about champions league right now , But dont you feel if we keep the mindset and confidence that we have at this point, create the fear of the Manchester United fixture as a loss of points with the lower level sides.Get the points and get the goals in the practice games and sneak the win or the draw in the harder games.
This is looking good as of right now
You're right, even in the final years of SAF's era, we didnt dominate lower ranked teams, giving them chances to snatch away points. Of course this got worse after he left.

Early days for sure, but this is a good start to make the lower teams feel that a fixture against united is almost impossible to win.

Still not sure how we will do in the CL, but a last 16 finish would be good for now depending on the opposition we face.
Yes, Once we start to win games in the dressing rooms, the rest will come
Three to four tough league games? I don't remember Barca or Madrid or Bayern doing the invincibles :p
When we signed Lukaku, many said he has poor first touch and I was skeptical about his performing for big club. I think he's doing completely fine so far with good positioning, movements and hold up plays. The only poor first touch I saw was him accidentally deflecting the ball into the net, three times and thats clinical. He's doing the talking with his feet I like the big Rom.

I also like how he always make himself available in the box and not wandering outside like Zlatan or Roo. This could be due to the improved midfield too, so strikers wont need to fall back to help out. Everyone does their assigned job properly, so no one gets overworked. The pieces are coming together finally.
his first touch is s**t. But he scores. So win win. Let Mata Poga Miki do the fancy stuff.
his first touch is average,but in football as a striker,all that matters is you score the goals.
if you got a perfect first touch but can't finish to save your life then who would you pick?
@lordjaggi It's because RVP wants to leave that why we got him for "peanuts". Same thing with Matic, people are saying Chelsea is crazy to sell Matic - well it's because Matic wants to leave.
Not only did he sell us RvP for peanuts, he also took Welbeck of our hands. Good guy Wenger.

Seriously though...Welbeck is f*****g shit!
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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CoWFzUdWEAEt1Yk.jpg
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Except that Welbeck always seem to ruin our day ever since 😞. But agree, good riddance afterall. Also f**k his celebrations against us.
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Welbeck is utter s**t, the very fact he starts for Arsenal shows how low wenger levels have dropped
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ive been saying this for years, we were never going to win anything with Welbeck
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