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If ti works, it'd be a welcome addition to the VAR, so that those dayum offside reviews don't take ages. It's really somewhat annoying to be in the stands and waiting for the bloody VAR whether a goal stands or not.

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Curious, who will be City's next target then.

Raum joined Leipzig. So City could buy back Angelino from them, I guess...

So they might really end up with Borna Sosa instead. Who in fairness is a good player.

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Ironically, just as the five subs rule arrives, a large chunk of Liverpool’s bench are all unavailable anyway.

Kelleher, Konate, Ramsay, Tsimikas, Jones, Ox and Jota are all injured, plus Keita is out with illness (hopefully short).  Milner may now be the primary back-up for several positions for a few weeks.  There’ll be lots of kids on the bench for the next few weeks at least.

Alisson is injured too but hopefully close to a return, even if he has missed all of preseason.

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Edit: I initially overlooked Ox. Just like Klopp then.
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Even I'm looking forward to the game tonight!

Arsenal have been scoring for fun in their friendlies, so it'll be interesting to see how much of that was superior play, and how much superior fitness.

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7 minutes ago, Raja said:

They just don't do ads this good anymore.

Yeah, but there are few picks, that look sorta questionable. I mean, sure there were all time greats like Zizou, Platini, Beckenbauer. But Riquelme and Cisse? I think you'd be hardpressed to find somebody willing to place them in a top 100 list. 

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Going back to what I said upthread about the German club ownership model and the so called 50%+1 rule and the case of Hannover 96.

This is gonna be fun. (kicker, German language link)

I don't have time to translate it now, I might do so later on popular demand (otherwise help yourself with google translate or something). Shit can escalate pretty quick there, if a court rules in Kind's favour, that might effectively mean, that the club is not operating under the 50+1 rule. Which could lead to the German Football league (DFL) revoking their license. Or, if the DFL doesn'T do that, relegated clubs going to court at the end of the season with the argument, that Hannover operated outside the 50+1 rule, and thus had no valid license. 

 

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I would say that this is a great opportunity to get rid of a tedious, out of touch, overpaid tosser. But then Sky would probably just replace him with Matterface.

 

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Reports that Ricardo Pereira has ruptured his achilles and could be out for at least 6 months. Not been a good window for Leicester. They should be okay in the fullback department though with Castagne, Justin and Thomas.

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26 minutes ago, BigFatCoward said:

60 million for Cucurella? That is the most money for a nobody I've ever heard. Absolutely mental. 

I have heard of him but I didn’t watch enough of Brighton last year to have a firm opinion on how good he is. Still, bit of a strange signing for Chelsea considering they’ve already got a £50 million left back in Chilwell and City, who probably do need a left back, thought £50 million was too steep for Cucurella.

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He looked pretty good for Brighton last year, but Chelsea's approach to this transfer window has been pretty slapdash. Their daftarse new owner just trying to buy anyone and everyone, but forgetting to fix the forward line properly.

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