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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Barcelona have just scored 7 goals for fun against Neville's Valencia. Us next, Rip.
    They could play Munir, Bartra, Vermaelen and Masip against us and still win
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    Well, no.

    There are plenty of examples of teams being world class in one area and inept in the other, see Liverpool 13/14. Barcelona's midfield is massively overrated anyway, if we get key midfield members back who don't actually operate purely as forwards during transition phases (*coughramseycough*) then we could do a job.

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    I said about needing an rw ages ago and you and others said I was being dramatic for wanting ox out


    Learn *****es learn

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    you're coming 5th
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    I said about needing an rw ages ago and you and others said I was being dramatic for wanting ox out


    Learn *****es learn

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    campbell, gnabry, welbeck = prodigal sons
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    (Original post by swirly)
    campbell, gnabry, welbeck = prodigal sons
    Welbeck would be terrible on the right, mate. Doesn't have the technical skills to offer anything constructive in terms of build up and end product and doesn't have the intelligence off the ball to operate as a raumdeuter off of the right (being right footed, of course) like a peak 12/13 Walcott.

    Wilshere at RW is needed, he's great there and has the technical skills and angle of passing (being left footed in a right sided position) to pose a massive threat.
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    (Original post by WhatAToole8)
    Welbeck would be terrible on the right, mate. Doesn't have the technical skills to offer anything constructive in terms of build up and end product and doesn't have the intelligence off the ball to operate as a raumdeuter off of the right (being right footed, of course) like a peak 12/13 Walcott.

    Wilshere at RW is needed, he's great there and has the technical skills and angle of passing (being left footed in a right sided position) to pose a massive threat.
    think he was joking m8
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    Thought Campbell was the chosen one two weeks ago
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    (Original post by WhatAToole8)
    Welbeck would be terrible on the right, mate. Doesn't have the technical skills to offer anything constructive in terms of build up and end product and doesn't have the intelligence off the ball to operate as a raumdeuter off of the right (being right footed, of course) like a peak 12/13 Walcott.

    Wilshere at RW is needed, he's great there and has the technical skills and angle of passing (being left footed in a right sided position) to pose a massive threat.
    i can see you like to play fm

    when people say Welbeck has no end product, go watch the Ozil goal vs spurs, and how Welbeck abused Kyle Walker all game.

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    think he was joking m8
    was not joking.

    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    Thought Campbell was the chosen one two weeks ago
    campbell = the chosen one

    gnabry = the prodigal son

    welbeck = the boy who survived
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    man actually said raumdeuter ukno.

    strong user name to post ratio.
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    (Original post by swirly)
    i can see you like to play fm

    when people say Welbeck has no end product, go watch the Ozil goal vs spurs, and how Welbeck abused Kyle Walker all game.



    was not joking.



    campbell = the chosen one

    gnabry = the prodigal son

    welbeck = the boy who survived

    Nah man, Welbeck wouldn't have any end product on the right is what I'm saying. On the left he might be able to play killer balls.
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    Le Arsenal's famous bottle. Popped open once every year when Arsenal are on the verge of a title charge towards the business end of the season. Tastes like 4th place, too.
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    All the big teams have been **** this year if we're being honest.
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    (Original post by WhatAToole8)
    Welbeck would be terrible on the right, mate. Doesn't have the technical skills to offer anything constructive in terms of build up and end product and doesn't have the intelligence off the ball to operate as a raumdeuter off of the right (being right footed, of course) like a peak 12/13 Walcott.

    Wilshere at RW is needed, he's great there and has the technical skills and angle of passing (being left footed in a right sided position) to pose a massive threat.
    Wilshere isn't fast enough to penetrate teams and you've been playing too much fm.
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    (Original post by WhatAToole8)
    Welbeck would be terrible on the right, mate. Doesn't have the technical skills to offer anything constructive in terms of build up and end product and doesn't have the intelligence off the ball to operate as a raumdeuter off of the right (being right footed, of course) like a peak 12/13 Walcott.

    Wilshere at RW is needed, he's great there and has the technical skills and angle of passing (being left footed in a right sided position) to pose a massive threat.
    Wilshere to go so right field that he reaches the injury table?
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    (Original post by WhatAToole8)
    Nah man, Welbeck wouldn't have any end product on the right is what I'm saying. On the left he might be able to play killer balls.
    did not watch ozil goal/ 10

    welbeck mandingo's the right side using his pace and power to abuse the inferior light skin athlete Kyle Walker, finding himself in acres of free space he sends a triple square low cross to Giroud, who flicks it on to Ozil who completes a mesmerising off the shoulder off the last man run to volley it in with such majestic precision it silences the already silent Emirates crowd.
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Wilshere isn't fast enough to penetrate teams and you've been playing too much fm.
    Wilshere doesn't have to be a runner? You do know that wingers aren't automatically obliged to be runners in behind lol, basic football tactics.
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    Lmao at talking about Wilshere in a tactical sense, like he's ever going to play 5 games consecutively for the rest of his career.

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    Jack is even worse than Theo at least Theo plays and scores important goals sometimes
 
 
 
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