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    (Original post by 419)
    I cab to look through your history but you did. Anyways, what were you doing when waxing lyrics about how great chelsea transfer dealing was?
    No I didn't

    Chelsea's recent transfer history is absolutely exceptional. I respect chelsea a lot and how they go about their business. Extremely ambitious club
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    (Original post by baconbutty)
    No I didn't

    Chelsea's recent transfer history is absolutely exceptional. I respect chelsea a lot and how they go about their business. Extremely ambitious club
    Fear of failure is not ambitious. Your manager spent 100m on a developmental project letting your other club win.
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    (Original post by 419)
    Fear of failure is not ambitious. Your manager spent 100m on a developmental project letting your other club win.
    My club is AFC the epitome of ambition, class and integrity.

    I do agree with mourinho though wenger is definately a specialist in failure
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    I found this extract about Alex Song very interesting. He thought he was a quarterback.

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    (Original post by Kruz)
    I found this extract about Alex Song very interesting. He thought he was a quarterback.

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    Whose book is that from?
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    (Original post by manchesterunited15)
    Whose book is that from?
    Theo Walcott: Growing Up Fast

    Ludicrous that a player of Theo's age, and acute lack of personality, would bring an autobiography out really but I quite enjoyed it. RVP came out of it looking like a complete and utter tosser as well:

    http://www.sickchirpse.com/theo-walc...in-van-persie/



    No surprise RVP was practising Jamaican slang though, given how well he managed to perfect Moroccan accented Dutch for that street cred. :laugh:
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Theo Walcott: Growing Up Fast

    Ludicrous that a player of Theo's age, and acute lack of personality, would bring an autobiography out really but I quite enjoyed it. RVP came out of it looking like a complete and utter tosser as well:

    http://www.sickchirpse.com/theo-walc...in-van-persie/



    No surprise RVP was practising Jamaican slang though, given how well he managed to perfect Moroccan accented Dutch for that street cred. :laugh:
    Dafaq RVP actually sounds like a major douche off the field lol
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    (Original post by Isometrix)
    Dafaq RVP actually sounds like a major douche off the field lol
    Ive read that Bergkamp considered him a complete and utter chav and had to try very hard to avoid socialising with him when he first arrived. :laugh:
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Theo Walcott: Growing Up Fast

    Ludicrous that a player of Theo's age, and acute lack of personality, would bring an autobiography out really but I quite enjoyed it. RVP came out of it looking like a complete and utter tosser as well:

    http://www.sickchirpse.com/theo-walc...in-van-persie/



    No surprise RVP was practising Jamaican slang though, given how well he managed to perfect Moroccan accented Dutch for that street cred. :laugh:
    Sounds like bull**** tbh. Taking trainers that were meant for charity/schools? Why would he risk getting a reputation for being a **** when he could easily buy whatever shoes he wanted.
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    (Original post by manchesterunited15)
    Sounds like bull**** tbh. Taking trainers that were meant for charity/schools? Why would he risk getting a reputation for being a **** when he could easily buy whatever shoes he wanted.
    Read it again, he says most of the players gave the free mech to charity but RVP would keep them for himself.

    Comes across as a ******** anyway
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Read it again, he says most of the players gave the free mech to charity but RVP would keep them for himself.

    Comes across as a ******** anyway
    "If Robin knew it was 'boot day', he'd come in with a black bin bag and fill it up with our leftovers"

    So he's not just keeping his own, he's taking the others that were intended for charity. I really doubt he'd do that.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Ive read that Bergkamp considered him a complete and utter chav and had to try very hard to avoid socialising with him when he first arrived. :laugh:
    I remember you saying this. Are Moroccans in Holland quite chavvy? From what I've heard a lot of Dutch people don't like them.

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    (Original post by Kruz)
    I remember you saying this. Are Moroccans in Holland quite chavvy? From what I've heard a lot of Dutch people don't like them.

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    To give the brutally honest, non-PC answer, they are definitely disproportionately represented in crime and the educational achievement is really poor on average(massive youth unemployment). Dutch people are quite reserved and stoic so they dont appreciate some of the general aggressiveness etc of Morrocan youths either. Also unresolved cultural differences with Islam of course. Then you have language issues as well, this is not the fault of the guys though since their parents had often non-existent Dutch skills, but the result is an accent often which is unemployable and basically chav yeah. RVP speaks something like this, which is bizarre since he his parents speak fluently and there's no reason for him to speak like that.

    So if a Morrocan moved next door, most people will see what he's like and have no issues at all if he acted normally, but loads would be pretty nervous about it tbh.
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    Hmmm..


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    I read that despite his chavvy Moroccan accent, RVP scored 26 goals and fired Man United to the PL title.

    Obviously this has nothing to do with Walcott's revelations.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    To give the brutally honest, non-PC answer, they are definitely disproportionately represented in crime and the educational achievement is really poor on average(massive youth unemployment). Dutch people are quite reserved and stoic so they dont appreciate some of the general aggressiveness etc of Morrocan youths either. Also unresolved cultural differences with Islam of course. Then you have language issues as well, this is not the fault of the guys though since their parents had often non-existent Dutch skills, but the result is an accent often which is unemployable and basically chav yeah. RVP speaks something like this, which is bizarre since he his parents speak fluently and there's no reason for him to speak like that.

    So if a Morrocan moved next door, most people will see what he's like and have no issues at all if he acted normally, but loads would be pretty nervous about it tbh.
    His wife is Morrocan afaik? Maybe he is whipped?
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    Why did we sell Gervinho when we did? Surely we should have been a little more patient.

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    (Original post by qwerty_mad)
    Why did we sell Gervinho when we did? Surely we should have been a little more patient.

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    Gervinho is a confidence player, if you don't give him that you won't see the best of him. But let's not forget that this guy was pretty rubbish for us.

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    (Original post by Bound 2)
    I read that despite his chavvy Moroccan accent, RVP scored 26 goals and fired Man United to the PL title.

    Obviously this has nothing to do with Walcott's revelations.
    :yy:

    He can start smoking hash for all I care, as long as he scores his goals.

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    Aurier looks like a glorified Eboue to me, great and effective going forward but suspect defensively. His pace seems to get him out of trouble a lot of the time.


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