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  1. Hope you're learning, but you just sit there burning, lying in his fire
  2. I will feel you in everything
  3. I like that tune as well. Whilst I like some of his tunes, I find him overall however to be a bit bland and boring. I like this one as well from his album, even if it sounds like a complete rip off of Fleetwood Mac.
  4. Sometimes there's more to a manager's reign than trophies, league position and win percentages, particularly at the clubs where the expectation is higher and success is measured on trophies. I'll say one thing to Everton fans though, Lampard may not have won anything with us but he did a lot of good things, a lot of which were the reason we won the Champions League, maybe Tuchel's Ranieri. That said, he did have his flaws as well, I hope this move works out for him and wish him all the best except against Chelsea of course.
  5. Yes, there's love if you want it
  6. I just saw a comment somewhere. Couldn't the fact that there are less hospitalizations be leaked more to the fact that Omicron is generally milder? And not necessarily the vaccines.
  7. Betis currently sitting 3rd in the table and have real potential to get a Champions League spot given the state of Barcelona and the league in general. Pellegrini's done a fantastic job. He hasn't reinvented the wheel tactically but is a great man manager and is getting the best out of most of the players, even those like Alex Moreno who had always been an accident waiting to happen until this season. Like I said he hasn't changed things massively tactically but has given the likes of Canales and Fekir the freedom to just do their thing and everybody else is chipping in. All this done on a small budget and with very few signings. The Betis squad on paper is top six in the league really and they're finally where they should be. Let's see how they finish the season. Villarreal, Málaga, Madrid and now Betis, he's well-loved in Spain and he has made up for any loss of credentials after his West Ham stint. Class act.
  8. My head is battling with my heart My logic has been torn apart
  9. CHO has probably offered more in this run of games than the likes of Ziyech, Havertz, Mount and Pulisic have offered when they've played so far this season as well.
  10. Everything I Love is Going to Die
  11. We will never see anyone like him again, a genius and a pleasure to watch. My favourite of all time. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CWYG5BJIJbL/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
  12. carefreeluke


    One of the worst habits I can think of, the smell and taste of them as well is horrible.
  13. If you just get it together and read my mind Then sleeping would be easy....
  14. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas 7/10
  15. Werner is underrated because of what he offers off the ball, pressing, off the ball movement, work rate. I think he's great, just has problems with finishing.
  16. @The Liquidator I agree with some of what you say regarding Hudson-Odoi, Tuchel's interaction with him is similar to Lampard's and Sarri's really as well where they all have publicly demanded and wanted more. My family are season ticket holders and two were at the Champions League final this year, how's the match going opinion make any difference? His best form was under Sarri and then he got that big injury and since then he's been irregular really, if anything disappointing so I guess in that sense he hasn't deserved that contract yet. I do however strongly believe context is important and that he deserves more time to show his worth and deserves more opportunities in the team in his best position. I also believe looking at the recent form of our other attacking players, that he would offer more than them if given a good run in the team. I think he's treated slightly unfairly when the likes of Pulisic, Ziyech, and Havertz can all maintain places in the team or get more opportunities, despite not performing that well. If it's a case as you said that he doesn't follow the manager's instructions at times, this is however more understandable. Will he eventually fulfill his potential? I don't know but it's definitely worth playing him a lot more. The first goal yesterday comes about from his willingness to run at players and take them on which is something the team has been lacking in recent months. This is where my only gripe with him lays at the moment though, he should be looking to do that a lot more, he needs to be a lot more positive with the ball at times and run at the opposition with the ball at his feet, he needs to show that directness a lot more often.
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