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Lucas

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Lucas last won the day on March 26

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  1. Lucas

    The Holiday Thread

    Went to Hamburg last weekend on a Stag. Underrated. Some nice sights to be fair.
  2. Lucas

    If you had the chance to

    Snap. 4th time to the Dam, 2nd this year. Another Stag. Absolutely ruining me this year seeing as I just come back from Hamburg last weekend. 16th to the 19th for me.
  3. Too true. I wouldn't want to mark him. As I said mate, badass. Knows how to rile the opposition up. Fans get behind that kind of player. Bastard to play against but a hero on your side. Be interesting to see if he works well with Grealish.
  4. Lucas

    Cuisines

    Made some meatballs earlier. Normally whack some Passata, Onion and Garlic in. Bit of Spinach, herbs and some sprinkling of Mozzarella. Done. Simple and delish.
  5. Always liked the look of Wesley. Looked a threat in attack, especially in Demolition Man and Passenger 57. But it was Blade where he really made his name. Smashed it. Been quiet for a little while but hopefully regains his form at the Villa.
  6. Lucas

    EFL Transfers & Rumours

    Well, provided we only add to what we have and don't lose players, I'd feel confident. If that happened then it would be worth the wait no doubt. Then we can get it on again. Plenty of us to go round the league.
  7. Lucas

    EFL Transfers & Rumours

    Hope we play hardball. Absolute pivotal in our current system and our player of the year. No surprise to me he made Team of the Year also. Hopefully the fact he's one of our own will also serve to our advantage but fat load of good that did to James Milner, Aaron Lennon, Danny Rose, Fab Delph or Lewis Cook. We'll see.
  8. Redraw please. Someone's not put our name in the machine.
  9. Lucas

    2019/2020 Kits

    Sweet. Can't wait to see Aguero, De Bruyne, Bernardo and Sterling strutting around the pitch like Sex on the Beach cocktails...
  10. Lucas

    EFL Transfers & Rumours

    @Fairy In Boots Saw a rumour Villa want Kalvin Phillips for £14m. That's a lot to pay for one leg.
  11. With the greatest respect, @Danny's opinion is based on hearsay more than watching the lad. And if you've watched him, you'll know he is a good player. Having seen the player in the Championship, yes he's very fast but he emerged around September October and really burst onto the scene. His job is not to score goals, but to create. He may be developed more into a forward as time goes on, like Sterling. He has that in his locker. But i think Solskjaer will want United to use the wings more like they did under Fergie. I like a player that isn't scared to be direct. He will run at defenders and get them back peddling. I would say he needs to work on his football brain, identifying the better pass, final ball, finish etc. But he's bags of potential. And at a club who can develop him further given their success with youth. My only concern is he isn't holding down a place straight away. And maybe that is what United need to remember. We nearly signed him on the last day of January. Player was waiting at Elland Road after agreeing terms, photo in the kit, just needed Swansea to dot the i's and cross the t's and they pulled the plug last minute. Absolute shithousery mucking the lad about over board politics. We'd have got him for £7m plus add ons if we went up. Instead we lost out and ended with no one which hurt us. He'd have fit our system under Bielsa like a glove. Salt in the wound United have him now. We will see what happens. But I rate him because he has bags of potential to grow.
  12. Lampard is the only logical option for me given the transfer ban stays put, at this moment in time. Who better really to work with and encourage youth through at Chelsea? I mean he's worked with Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea already, and will no doubt be aware of the likes of Hudson-Odoi, Loftus-Cheek, not to also mention those other lads who have gone out to clubs in the same division like Reece James, Abraham etc. Whether they play a big part or not, you would think he would inspire the youth, along with Jody Morris, another Chelsea boy through and through. He'll hold big respect from his fellow peers and the current pro's and will know everything and everyone, how they like to work at Chelsea. Tactically, he was found wanting of course, but to get to one game from the PL in your debut season is pretty good no matter how much they rode their luck. Sometimes you just need a manager that the players will literally die for. You never know, he might even look to recruit Terry now he is a coach at a fellow PL club. Would Terry turn that down? Arguably not.
  13. Lucas

    2019/2020 Kits

    From the ridiculous above, to the sublime. Loving PSG's Third. This oozes class. I like the old collar with button and colour combo. If that remains sponserless (unlikely, I know) that is another level. And I love the old Nike badge too. It's the little things.
  14. Lucas

    The Best Defences in Football

    I'm another for Team Milan here. Whether it be Capello or Sacchi's side, without doubt the most tactically astute side I've known. They were such a cohesive unit that they absolutely mastered the offside rule to a tee. Have to say though, if it wasn't for AC, I'd be all over Arsenal here. George Graham made them notoriously hard to beat, hense the chants of 'boring, boring Arsenal and '1-0 to the Arsenal'. Seaman, Dixon, Adams, Bould and Winterburn. Hell of a unit. All knew their jobs and what one another had to do, and stuck to them. And they did this for nigh on a decade from late 80's to late 90's. Even better, they were all English. Wenger was fortunate to inherit such a great defence and even with subtle changes like Keown coming in, they still were solid as a rock. As for Leeds, hand on heart I've never really witnessed us have a great defence. We've had some brilliant individuals but as a unit, I wouldn't say we've had an outstanding backline that sticks out.
  15. Lucas

    James Maddison

    Wonder if Leicester fans would be happy losing Maddison if it meant funding the signing Tielemans with cash to spare?