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Yid

Yid

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Post the Narwich shit in here I guess...

Local side to me, almost became a carrot cruncher until Gaza and Lineker got me...

If Kane can't score against this mob then he 100% was a 7 season wonder and we should cash out.

Anyways, don't know who is gonna play, don't know who will actually bring any fucks with them, don't know if we fancy gifting them some points.
 
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Yid

Yid

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Goal of the season... what a goal...
 
J.spurs

J.spurs

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I know as soon as I start shitposting about Kane, he'll start banging them in to prove I'm an idiot, so here goes:
Kane looks a busted flush. Sluggish off the ball, slow in decision making, absolutely lacking confidence.
 
Yid

Yid

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Defensively were an absolute shambles...

Every time we're pressurised we have to scramble it clear...
 
J.spurs

J.spurs

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Defensively were an absolute shambles...

Every time we're pressurised we have to scramble it clear...
Yeah on the ball, everybody seems afraid to make a mistake. TBF I would be too with Conte, but to me we look like a team caught in two minds at both ends of the pitch. You see it when we try to play out of the back and when we kind of halfheartedly press on the other end. I guess it's to be expected with a new manager, but its gotten us in trouble this game especially. Still, we should be winning 3-1 by my count.
 
Dave

Dave

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I know as soon as I start shitposting about Kane, he'll start banging them in to prove I'm an idiot, so here goes:
Kane looks a busted flush. Sluggish off the ball, slow in decision making, absolutely lacking confidence.
Only for his club though. No such lack of confidence in an England shirt.
 
Yid

Yid

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Kane should be hooked... he's offered nothing.

Against Norwich remember... nothing.
 
Dave

Dave

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Sadly, the club doesn't get to play San Marino and Albania.
Ah look I take the point. But the opposition is irrelevant when it comes to getting into goal scoring positions and having a go. Kanes not even getting into promising positions for us. Son is... so why can't Kane ? He's done here.....
 
J.spurs

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Ah look I take the point. But the opposition is irrelevant when it comes to getting into goal scoring positions and having a go. Kanes not even getting into promising positions for us. Son is... so why can't Kane ? He's done here.....
Never underestimate my power to turn a player's career around by criticizing him on this forum. I am literally always wrong. So now Kane has to turn it around.
 
Dave

Dave

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Davies is a different player under Conte...
 
J.spurs

J.spurs

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Davies is a different player under Conte...
It's good to see--he's a real pro.

Another is Skipp. He was decent under Nuno, but seems to have confidence to do a bit more than just play the holding role under Conte.
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

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Wasn't back in time to watch the game but if Conte can get Sanchez scoring goals then he really is a wizard.

Crazy that we're now 2 points off the top four with a game in hand.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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Am I expecting too much? That game left me underwhelmed, I was not even a bit whelmed, OK there were a few moments of magic, but not enough to hold my interest for 90 minutes. 3-0 is a great result, but it could have very easily been 3-3 or even 3-4 or possibly even 3-5. I am getting even more umpty with this playing out bollocks because we are totally shite at it, I never want the ball anywhere near Lloris' feet, never. It is so fucking annoying when we have to work like fuck to just get out of our own half or we lose the ball from a goal kick before it even makes its way into opposition territory.

3-0, yay we bet Norwich, yay. Very small yays, but yays anyway.
 
J.spurs

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Am I expecting too much? That game left me underwhelmed, I was not even a bit whelmed, OK there were a few moments of magic, but not enough to hold my interest for 90 minutes. 3-0 is a great result, but it could have very easily been 3-3 or even 3-4 or possibly even 3-5. I am getting even more umpty with this playing out bollocks because we are totally shite at it, I never want the ball anywhere near Lloris' feet, never. It is so fucking annoying when we have to work like fuck to just get out of our own half or we lose the ball from a goal kick before it even makes its way into opposition territory.

3-0, yay we bet Norwich, yay. Very small yays, but yays anyway.
The cliche "tougher tests ahead" definitely applies after the last couple of results. Still, I'll take it given the shit sandwich we've been served for a while now
 
Yid

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Wasn't back in time to watch the game but if Conte can get Sanchez scoring goals then he really is a wizard.

Crazy that we're now 2 points off the top four with a game in hand.
Not sure if it's fashionable to be a surly cunt these days but the not celebrating a goal pisses me off...

For me, there is a special place for that feeling. Pride, personal accomplishment, team goals, success against the odds... I never stood round staring at the ground (or the fucking sky, don't get me started on that shit)... I went fucking bezerk and craved more and more of that exact feeling...
 
The Cryptkeeper

The Cryptkeeper

The Aussie Yid
Only for his club though. No such lack of confidence in an England shirt.

To be fair I could bang them in against San Marino and Albania.

His form is now a real concern. He got a couple of nice shots away but is miles off what he is capable of.
 
Don Diaz

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Another win another three points and another decent slice of luck, good job Mr Pukki and his pals didn't have their shooting boots on and Lucas Moura did. Still, win the game in hand and we're fourth, unjustifiably fourth, but fourth nevertheless. Brighton and Leicester, both away next then Liverpool. That's some good tests 3 weeks running and if we get more than 4 points then Don Tony will indeed have made a difference and confidence will be trickling if not coursing through the veins.

I do see a fitter team, a more committed and pressing team and a team creating chances at least now, so Don Tony has made a difference already eh? Keep it up lads were getting some goals and momentum even if the opposition is allowing it at present.
 
spurious

spurious

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As much fun as it is to watch the lads trot off the pitch with a 3-0 scoreline on the board, I never felt that we were dominating that match (excepting the keepaway session at the end).

But...the defense is getting better. I'll even say Sanchez improved after the first 20, and I'm not even considering the goal. Dier is...solid. The wingbacks are learning their trade. The press is returning bit by bit, and there's a clear sense the team is working together in knowing when to apply it and when to lay off, in concert.

As to fitness, that shit doesn't happen overnight. I hope the persistent sluggishness we're seeing-with Kane in particular-is due to the Don running them ragged every morning and afternoon. If so, once they start tapering we could see some true ferocity once again.

And Skipp could well turn out to be our best DM/AM/box-to-box/anything-but-a-10 midfielder ever. It has been a while since I was so excited about our youths breaking in to the first team, but now we've got Skipp, Sessegnon and Tanganga, and more nipping at their heels.

I'll welcome any actual improvements to the squad in January, and there are very few I'd be desperately unhappy bid farewell, but I'm also happy with what we've got. For now.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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Not sure if it's fashionable to be a surly cunt these days but the not celebrating a goal pisses me off...

For me, there is a special place for that feeling. Pride, personal accomplishment, team goals, success against the odds... I never stood round staring at the ground (or the fucking sky, don't get me started on that shit)... I went fucking bezerk and craved more and more of that exact feeling...
Of course it's fashionable to be a surly cunt. I was an uber fucking surly cunt before any of these trendy wankers starting calling stuff uber. I am very fashionable - I am sitting in my orange Regatta fleece, a pink 'Casa DeTesco' polo shirt and green checked lounge pants - not fucking PJs, a friend of ours always asks why I am wearing my PJs in the afternoon when she video calls - I am not, they are fucking lounge pants. Only someone super-uber-trendy could pull off wearing orange, pink and green.

I thought Sanchez looked cool in his surly cunt pose, I will give him some fashion styling tips if he wants to recreate the pose off the pitch.
 
Don Diaz

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Think he was making a statement along the lines of...... 'Look at what you've been missing, I'm that good....'

Personally I think his his goal tally and general contribution for £42m is about as good as @Dorset fashion sense?
 
NiceOneCyril

NiceOneCyril

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green checked lounge pants - not fucking PJs, a friend of ours always asks why I am wearing my PJs in the afternoon when she video calls - I am not, they are fucking lounge pants.
I am also a recent convert to lounge pants. Just to make sure they are nice and warm for successful lounging, I put them on the night before.
 
NiceOneCyril

NiceOneCyril

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I reckon Skipp is going to be the dog's. He prepares himself really well to receive the ball, so that he can play it in any direction no matter which way it comes into him. PEH, whom I don't dislike, always needs to take a touch in the direction the ball came from before he can turn, slowing down play. Long term, Skipp will give us the freedom to slot a proper creative midfielder in there. Shame we haven't got one...unless it's Bryan?
 
Yid

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PEH.... has deffo lost a bit this season so far....

He was a beast when he landed and was still very solid... but this year... not so much but
 
J.spurs

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PEH.... has deffo lost a bit this season so far....

He was a beast when he landed and was still very solid... but this year... not so much but
Yeah, he kept giving the ball away Sunday. His form is a shame, because he was brilliant in the Euros.
 
Yid

Yid

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Yeah, he kept giving the ball away Sunday. His form is a shame, because he was brilliant in the Euros.
Watching him play I think his head has gone a bit... not unlike many others.

You'd like to think that if Conte can get into them and get them buying into whatever his plan is, that once he has his head back on his shoulders he will come good again.

For me his attitude was the first telling sign that the dressing room was rotten for Nuno... he had stopped shouting, organising, committing to crunchers and basically not playing his game... you could liken it to the "shadow of Dele" we now have, that got ghosted under "that cunt"...

They just have to find their way back... if they want to come back.
 
Dorset

Dorset

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They just have to find their way back... if they want to come back.
That could be the tagline for a movie!

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Cruel and unfair probably but I was bored.
 
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