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Machado

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Machado last won the day on August 13 2019

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  1. I can't imagine City going through here even though they're the better side. Weird.
  2. Is Davies having the game of his life or is he this good?
  3. Machado

    Climate Change

  4. Machado

    Off Topic

    Happy birthday @Devil-Dick Willie @Spike @Berserker.
  5. Do we consider Firmino a striker? He's a forward for sure but not a striker. Doesn't play like one and would be a waste if he did.
  6. I genuinely feel stupid for not putting money in this.
  7. When the first touch is all over the place it shows uneasiness. Even Allison is having an off day. I think they'll score though.
  8. Machado

    How many one night stand have you had?

    Not my thing but happened twice. One led to more ermm... intimate encounters.
  9. Turned on the game and they score. Hard to keep watching. Not that Liverpool are a boring side but when you know there won't be much of a fight it's not as fun.
  10. Machado

    Coronavirus Outbreak in China

    This topic is where I come to know if it is time to get in the bunker already.
  11. That's funny to be fair but any other player scoring 4 goals against Eibar would make the news everywhere. Just another day for Messi.
  12. Tanner on Firmino: “You should have seen the data that we got on him when he was coming for the first time [to Hoffenheim]. I would say to emphasise that he was even worse than my grandma. You can't imagine." Tanner told Bleacher Report of his efforts to get the South American on board: “You should have seen the data that we got on him when he was coming for the first time [to Hoffenheim]. In Germany, we usually do these endurance tests, blood ones, which are pretty accurate, you know, and he had the worst numbers I have ever seen in professional football. I would say to emphasise that he was even worse than my grandma. You can't imagine. They were so low that you couldn't even believe that he was ever able to play professional football. While early questions were asked of Firmino’s fitness, Tanner claims there was never any doubt that he would go on to thrive in European football. “I was pretty sure that he would be a top Bundesliga player. We do these evaluations in our scouting reports, you know, and I think that out of 10, nine and 10 are international level. And I gave him, I don't know if it was an eight or nine, but I'm sure it was pretty high. Everyone [at Hoffenheim] was a bit curious about that at the time, but I rated him pretty high because I was so convinced about his abilities and even more so by his attitude. When I saw how the coach criticised him [in a training with Figueirense], he was like a schoolboy standing there and listening to his teacher. I still have that picture in my brain. I thought to myself after an hour that if that coach had done that to a German player, he would head straight to the locker room totally pissed off, but Firmino took the criticism well. He tried to improve, to do better. That was really impressive.” Nothing like a good Brazilian feijoada to be fair