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  1. "Legacy" fans: The fans who have helped build the clubs to where they are with passion and undying support over decades. Just as likely to follow the club away to Hull for a midweek game in the League Cup as a home Champions League semi-final against Liverpool. Generally identify with the ethos and traditions of the clubs. They usually come from the home town/country/region the club comes from and established markets, count tens of millions. Have spoken out against raising ticket prices or dying atmospheres in grounds. Fans of the future: Willing to spend money to either visit th
  2. Meant to write earlier. RIP Nobby.
  3. Fair enough but what's the difference between big statements and trash talk? "I float like a butterfly, sting like a bee." "I'm so fast that last night I turned off the light switch in my hotel room and was in bed before the room was dark." - Muhammed Ali Most of the shit Conor McGregor says. Trash talk? Yes. Big statements? Yes. It's all big statements to sell views to make money. So what do you mean by "big statements"? And I understand that you are also a fan.
  4. Such as? I'm not a fan of big talk unless you can back it up. As far as I can see, Fury has backed up his big talk with actual results and performances. Linear HW champ, undefeated. Dismantled Wilder with ease. I disagree with the homophobic stuff he said but it was during his dark period. And even if he thinks it for real, it doesn't change the fact that he is an incredible fighter, a person who was built and made for what he does. And I will always respect someone who comes from nothing, then loses everything but comes back even stronger.
  5. I read his open letter to BoJo. What a young man, a credit to his family and everything he said was 100% true. I know most people disagree but I think that if you're in a position to influence people you have to try and do it for the better. And he definitely did. Most people in positions of influence try to sell you shit. That's the problem.
  6. In France his most iconic moment would probably actually be the two goals he scored that helped win them a World Cup in 98. And his out of the world, an another level to everyone on the pitch performance against Brazil in that same World Cup.
  7. Missed the tag. I haven't seen him play yet, no. Both teams were missing players but his performance was nonetheless outstanding. I'll keep an eye out over the next few weeks.
  8. The thread for all things Ligue 1. Last season's standings: http://rennessport.fr/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/CLASSEMENT-DEFINITIF-LIGUE-1.jpg STATS FOR 2019/20 SEASON: Top scorers: Top assists: Table:
  9. Name: Anthony Joran Martial Birthplace: Massy, Essonne, France Date of birth: 5th December 1995 Squad number: 9 Man Utd appearances: 175 Man Utd goals: 48 Wiki - Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - manutd.com http://www.anthonymartial-official.com/ 19/20 Stats: Appearances: 2 Goals: 2 Assists: 0 Time to stop living off potential.
  10. I nearly missed the goal because I was watching that speed in awe.
  11. Very much in the minority there Mikey. Milner is one of the best English players around and has been better than Gerrard for at least 2-3 seasons.
  12. Henderson is one of the best midfielders in the League and probably the most improved player in the PL over the past few seasons because he was gash when he joined from Sunderland.
  13. I understand Owenzy's point. I can see what he means about Gerrard inspiring Liverpool, especially when he needed to. That goal against Olympiacos, that goal against West Ham, that goal and performance in the second half of the CL final in 2007. He's a cunt and I laugh at all his fuck-ups but I can see Owenzy's argument. When your team's down and needs leaders, you want someone to step up. Gerrard did that for Liverpool on many occasions. He's still an absolute cunt though and fuck him anyway.
  14. He has been the one to benefit most from the change of system and gets on the ball more, that plays a part. Creates opportunities. I'm not saying you're wrong but I understand the praise he's getting.
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