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Discussion in 'Premier League' started by Leivapool, Oct 22, 2013.
What an odd stat to begin with
The one that stands out there.....Lee Sharpe.
I think he played for United, mate.
**** off moose ....
I mean the one outside Mourinho mob. Lee Sharpe stands out.
I promise you 100% nobody would think he was 1st player outside Chelski .
Really? It’s the random stat thread. What were you expecting?
why would a Utd player stand out. they were dominant in that period and Sharpe did play a part.
the Chelsea group is indeed hugely impressive as they all did it as a group.
I would comment that Chelsea is a tight pitch which suits mourinho style where as old Trafford is on the large side which makes more space.
it is amazing that city's current team has nobody on that list.
Chelsea dominance really. Even Salah's record starts as a Chelsea player
Zinchenko and Laporte possibly join that
It's fairly obvious why I think Lee Sharpe is the stand out stat there.
wellllll.. yeah. Bbut he did also play a long time for Utd when giggs was still quite young. didnt kanchelskis leave and sharpe got a good spell in utds team until beckham came up?
Ummm....Mathieu bloody Flamini is the one that looks out of place there
I would say Darren Peacock is an even bigger surprise
Which makes the stat even stranger.
The nearest United player is 16 games worse off and played in a different era altogether.
Most of the Chelski lot were from same team/era.
It was the 04–08 period where we hadn’t lost a game at home.
That will never be surpassed imo.
Maybe Ferguson rotated others? I dunno. Pallister and Bruce you'd think would be there. I recalled Ferguson shafted Leighton and Paul Parker was replaced. Cantona wandered off to read poetry? Robson and mcclair were almost done?
You must've changed most of team up and Sharpe stuck in there?
Never say never but yeah it'll take some team to do it.
It's interesting city have not managed it in pep era.
We should have done, but let that 2-0 lead slip against Utd when we should have been about 5 up at HT. Think we’ve only lost 2 home games in the league under Pep - Chelsea and Utd.
Was Chelsea one last season 0-2?
So it's a strange one? You might say it stands out?
Let's move on.