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Discussion in 'Premier League' started by JimJams, May 19, 2019.
I never thought I’d see the day that I liked one of your posts.
Fair enough, I will retract my comment x
Made a note of the time and date. Prob never happen again.
Totally agree with this, read a few things about the guy, real decent lad.
Wow didn't realise Alderwiereld was 30, thought he was mid 20s
It's always sad seeing players that have shown great loyalty to your club leave. It's usually not even the on the pitch things the club misses, but things like their influence in the dressing room, rapport with supporters etc. He'll probably head to New York for a season like Lampard did then retire.
I really should read a whole thread before replying.
Fair Play to Kompany, top player, seems a genuine bloke.
Going out with a treble, not bad at all.
He does have a fkn massive head though.
Is it just me or does Kompany seem like a bit of a weirdo?
Top professional with a great attitude but just seems like a bit of an oddball.
Maybe it's just 'cos he has a lightbulb for a head.
I don’t buy this idea that he’ll be a loss for City - they will continue to win relentlessly regardless of whether Kompany is there or not - he is just another cog in the machine that will be replaced with efficiency.
He must have been worried about facing David McGoldrick and Billy Sharp next season.
It's not just for his on the field actions that people think City will miss him. He was as good off it. A real captain that doesn't sleep with team mates wives, attack DJ's, ask for transfers to their rivals every couple of seasons etc.
Only you, Muller, only you.
Dad and Lad
Talk of a statue. Really?
Is there a statue of John Terry (far superior centre back) outside stamford bridge?
A statue of Roy Keane outside manchester united?
A statue of Tom Huddlestone outside the new whl?
Man City - small club mentality.
There will be one, in full kit.
Complete lack of respect being shown to true gent of the game.
You should all be ashamed.