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      World Cup Scouting Thread

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      bazspeedman
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      Re: World Cup Scouting Thread
      Reply #150: Jun 24, 2018 08:13:32 pm
      That Cuadrado lad on the right wing wouldn't be a bad back up for Mo  :P
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      Reply #151: Jun 25, 2018 03:15:15 pm
      Godin. Dont care how old he is. What a defender
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      Reply #152: Jun 25, 2018 03:32:46 pm
      Godin. Dont care how old he is. What a defender

      Superb, another born leader who knows how to marshal a defence.
      PurpleMonkey
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      Reply #153: Jun 25, 2018 05:04:28 pm
      Superb, another born leader who knows how to marshal a defence.

      Yep, always reminded me of Hyypia because of how he reads the game tbh. Absolutely monster of a defender.
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      Reply #154: Jun 25, 2018 05:30:19 pm
      Yep, always reminded me of Hyypia because of how he reads the game tbh. Absolutely monster of a defender.

      Excellent as ever, even without his apprentice Giminez
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      Reply #155: Jun 25, 2018 07:29:48 pm
      Superb, another born leader who knows how to marshal a defence.

      Agree.

      I'd love him here.
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      Reply #156: Jun 27, 2018 05:48:51 am
      Am I the only one who has spotted Musa from Nigeria here?

      He is like another Mane! Imagine having them rotating throughout the season...
      PurpleMonkey
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      Reply #157: Jun 27, 2018 11:39:32 am
      Am I the only one who has spotted Musa from Nigeria here?

      He is like another Mane! Imagine having them rotating throughout the season...

      He looks good!!!
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      Reply #158: Jun 27, 2018 05:46:11 pm
      Am I the only one who has spotted Musa from Nigeria here?

      He is like another Mane! Imagine having them rotating throughout the season...
      I spotted him one page ago.

      Not happening.
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      Reply #159: Jun 27, 2018 05:48:28 pm
      If cheap enough we will, for the commercial opportunities that lie ahead in the Korean market!

      Cho stood on his head today to keep Germany out of the net. Commands his area well, also.

      Highly unlikely I know.
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      Reply #160: Jun 27, 2018 07:40:58 pm
      Coutinho has been immense. Have to admit that I'd rather have him in the team then the money. Still 26 and performing on the biggest stage of them all.
      know he wanted to leave but still, can't help but feel bit sorry. Great player.
      heimdall
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      Reply #161: Jun 27, 2018 07:45:22 pm
      Coutinho has been immense. Have to admit that I'd rather have him in the team then the money. Still 26 and performing on the biggest stage of them all.
      know he wanted to leave but still, can't help but feel bit sorry. Great player.

      Id rather have the money than a player who didn't want to play for us.
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      Reply #162: Jun 27, 2018 07:51:21 pm
      Am I the only one who has spotted Musa from Nigeria here?

      He is like another Mane! Imagine having them rotating throughout the season...

      One good pre season game for Leicester v Barcelona and otherwise has been a real let down
      jimbo1962
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      Reply #163: Jun 27, 2018 08:16:52 pm
      Godin. Dont care how old he is. What a defender


      Ugly f**ker....couldn’t stick his ugly boat every match
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      Reply #164: Jun 28, 2018 02:01:26 am
      Coutinho has been immense. Have to admit that I'd rather have him in the team then the money. Still 26 and performing on the biggest stage of them all.
      know he wanted to leave but still, can't help but feel bit sorry. Great player.

      We didn't have the choice, though.
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      Reply #165: Jun 28, 2018 08:39:50 am
      is liverpool fc really interested in signing saudi winger Salem Al-Dawsari ?
      I read it here: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/world-cup-stars-who-gone-14832869
      realiable source?

      He plays for Viallrreal fc and Saudi as LW/RW..
      and There is his highlights in the world cup vs Russia, Uruguay and Egypt..
      https://streamable.com/xiaxg
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      Reply #166: Jun 28, 2018 07:01:55 pm
      Interested in seeing how Dendoncker does for Belgium tonight. I really like this guy from the couple of time I saw him play with Anderlecht. Plays as a cb today even though he's more of a CDM.

      Also anxious to see TAA play his first wc game!
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      Re: World Cup Scouting Thread
      Reply #167: Jul 01, 2018 07:31:17 pm
      Can we get one of Rebic or Perisic!
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      Reply #168: Jul 01, 2018 11:10:26 pm
      MSN news had us linked (according to an unnamed "German source") with Lozano of Mexico today.  Hope so, he looks a fine player.
      That said, the only German source I can think of has a bloody great Bratwurst underneath it, but I hope there's some truth in this.

      Also, why not take a punt at Aguero?  If Citeh think he's second best to Jesus they must be bonkers, but offer him first team football and we might get someone who really could change our fortunes.  Showed he's still got it against France yesterday.
      « Last Edit: Jul 01, 2018 11:20:29 pm by TheleftpegofRayKennedy »
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      Re: World Cup Scouting Thread
      Reply #169: Jul 02, 2018 12:09:24 am
      Can we get one of Rebic or Perisic!

      Rebić please before his former coach Niko Kovač brings him to Bayern. Guy is a tank with incredible movement and technique.
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      Reply #170: Jul 02, 2018 12:24:02 am
      MSN news had us linked (according to an unnamed "German source") with Lozano of Mexico today.  Hope so, he looks a fine player.
      That said, the only German source I can think of has a bloody great Bratwurst underneath it, but I hope there's some truth in this.

      Also, why not take a punt at Aguero?  If Citeh think he's second best to Jesus they must be bonkers, but offer him first team football and we might get someone who really could change our fortunes.  Showed he's still got it against France yesterday.

      Get on the phone to rib to sort out a deal
      rossyred
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      Re: World Cup Scouting Thread
      Reply #171: Jul 04, 2018 02:46:41 pm
      Harry Maguire turning into a monster of CB would be perfect for VVD far better than Lovren
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      Reply #172: Jul 04, 2018 04:10:04 pm
      Harry Maguire turning into a monster of CB would be perfect for VVD far better than Lovren

      I don’t see it.

      Can’t imagine he’d thrive in a high line like ours.
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      Reply #173: Jul 04, 2018 04:26:15 pm
      I would be thrilled if we moved for Yerry Mina this summer (If he becomes available for a reasonable price that is). I do really think that he alone could add 6-10 goals a season.

      Lovren played 29 caps in EPL and managed to score 2 and assist 1 last season. I do really think Mina would score closer to 10 and probably assist on a similar level over the course of a season. When it comes to his defensive abilities I think he probably is on the same level as Lovren but can improve a lot under the leadership of Klopp and by having VVD as his partner in crime.
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      Reply #174: Jul 04, 2018 04:38:29 pm
      I would be thrilled if we moved for Yerry Mina this summer (If he becomes available for a reasonable price that is). I do really think that he alone could add 6-10 goals a season.

      Lovren played 29 caps in EPL and managed to score 2 and assist 1 last season. I do really think Mina would score closer to 10 and probably assist on a similar level over the course of a season. When it comes to his defensive abilities I think he probably is on the same level as Lovren but can improve a lot under the leadership of Klopp and by having VVD as his partner in crime.

      Have you seen him defend, he is awful.

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