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Old 12.05.2012, 10:25 PM
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Parker is a lump of crap sorry

I have seen Some no name from PSG pass rings around him when they came to the bridge a few years ago

He is terrible..worse than Steve Sidwall ( for chelsea at least)
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Old 13.05.2012, 12:19 AM
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Lampard wasn't as good as Parker?

i wouldnt let lampard put out the cones for welling united


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Parker is a lump of crap sorry

I have seen Some no name from PSG pass rings around him when they came to the bridge a few years ago

He is terrible..worse than Steve Sidwall ( for chelsea at least)
he plays better at good clubs

parker made a bad career move and it cost him a chance at being thought of more highly
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Old 13.05.2012, 12:53 AM
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i wouldnt let lampard put out the cones for welling united




he plays better at good clubs

parker made a bad career move and it cost him a chance at being thought of more highly
utter tripe
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Old 13.05.2012, 02:18 AM
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utter tripe
based on?

so he can not rate parker but i have to love the dreadful lampard (tbf i am basing most of my opinion on lampard from england games)
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Old 13.05.2012, 08:49 AM
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This is incredible football. Klopp has done such a fantastic job, they're doing all this without Mario Gotze, one of the best young players in the world.

At the start of the season they struggled without Sahin, I think it was a big part of why they were so poor in the CL. Once they adjusted, they went on an incredible run, with Kagawa at the heart of it, is that unbeaten run still going? They've just been tearing through the league for months and playing great football in the process.

Klopp is working wonders there, if Gotze develops like he should and stays committed to there project then they'll be a force at any level. With or without Kagawa, who Ferguson surely can't let slip after watching this performance live.
Agree on the Dortmund thing. I'm glad they're having success and Klopp is a great manager who is far too classy for the Chavs Vann! It'd be the worse thing Klopp could do for his career to take the poision chalice that is CFC. Look what happened to the last promising young manager who went there. He was ridiculed by playing staff and fans for daring to bring his own philosophy.

Fergie would've been straight down to the Dortmund dressing room and he wouldn't of left without Kagawa.
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Old 13.05.2012, 01:39 PM
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Del Piero scores in his last game with Juventus, cracker too. Awesome.
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Old 13.05.2012, 01:41 PM
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Del Piero scores in his last game with Juventus, cracker too. Awesome.
True Icon, might play in MLS next year, but TBH he is too good for that league.

Think he played all his career at Juve with the exception of a spell at padova or some similar place.

What a player, great to see Juventus ruling the roost in Italy again with this unbeaten season, I cant stand Moratti or Berlesconi !!!
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Old 13.05.2012, 01:50 PM
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Indeed, if they get a top striker next year they'll be scary. Defensively and in midfield they're as good as anyone.
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Old 13.05.2012, 01:55 PM
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Indeed, if they get a top striker next year they'll be scary. Defensively and in midfield they're as good as anyone.
This is why Chelsea must win next saturday night,

Next year Juventus will have ?120 million of new talent due to the revenue from that spanking new stadium, PSG will also splash out ?100 million or more.

Then you have the Spanish Dictators and Catalunia United who will both be a threat again.

Bayern, Dortmund , and Citeh as well.

All these teams will try and buy whomever has a decent 3 or 4 games at Euro 2012 ( I call it the Khedira effect)

This is as good a chance as we will get for the next 5-6 seasons.

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Old 17.05.2012, 06:30 PM
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Rene Adler has joined Hamburg

Brilliant signing for them. If not for getting Injured he would have been Germanys #1 keeper now.

Alas his injury let Neuer in the door and probably cost him 80 caps.

Top goalie, really surprised nobody in the premiership went for him
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