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    More a shit c&p job

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    Yeah, he'll be fine for next season.

    Hart is done, a very strange decline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Yeah, he'll be fine for next season.

    Hart is done, a very strange decline.
    I thought he did OK v us at Molineux. Kept the score down. Not bad considering he was probably knackered from playing in Euro games with Burnley every other day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Yeah, he'll be fine for next season.

    Hart is done, a very strange decline.
    The rise of the Sweeper keeper and the game evolving around him without him doing the same is what caused his decline. I thought he was done when he went to Torino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    The rise of the Sweeper keeper and the game evolving around him without him doing the same is what caused his decline. I thought he was done when he went to Torino.
    It always felt like Pirlo's penalty in 2012 effected him, but he did win the league after then, so perhaps not.

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    It's not so much that, plenty of keepers still can't play. Pope is awful with the ball at his feet.

    It's that weird weakness low down to his left and how he kept making howlers out of nowhere. He was genuinely excellent for 3-4 years and then turned to shit for no real reason.
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    It wasn't just that, he kept making errors and never recovered his confidence. Almost every goal England were conceding you started to think 'Hart has to do better there'. I remember around 2012 time and he was unreal for City sometimes, some of the saves he was making were fantastic. Those errors in Pellgrini's first season when he was temporarily dropped for Pantilimon affected him a lot I think, confidence dropped massively and he declined dramatically. Never the same after.

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    He's quite a strange guy, he seems alright and all that but he's way too intense sometimes. All that bawling in the tunnel during Euro 2016 made him look unhinged, as said by Rich Pirlo absolutely did him like a kipper.

    I blame Dave Edwards.
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    Doesn't seem like that nice a guy IMO. Heard a few stories about him and he sounds like a nob.

    I really rated him 2010-13 though. His game against Dortmund (12/13) always sticks out to me as a really top goalkeeping performance. Kept them a game where they were annihilated.

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    He had one vs Barca as well I think, a bit later than that.

    I could see Villa. Heaton will have suitors if they go down, Reina will leave, Nyland is terrible.
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    2014/15 probably? I remember him saving a Messi penalty in the first leg at home and did excellently to keep the score down in the return leg.

    Would be a very Villa signing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    I thought he did OK v us at Molineux. Kept the score down. Not bad considering he was probably knackered from playing in Euro games with Burnley every other day....
    We kept shooting to his right

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    City apparently buying Koulibaly for £72m. Now him and Laporte will be good together I'd imagine but that amount of money (and a 5 year deal) for a 29 year old seems a bit mental. Guess it shows how desperately they need a player of that calibre at centre back alongside Laporte.

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    They'll be class together, to be honest I'd rather pay that for Koulibaly than £80m for Maguire at his age. With Sane, Silva and more going they'll probably save that in wages alone.
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    They must be confident they are getting their ban overturned or at least reduced. Can't see a 29 yr old going there without Europe for 2 years.

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    I would be staggered if they get better than it reduced to one season. The emails are an absolute smoking gun.
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    I'm surprised Koulibaly would go there unless he ALSO knows the ban will be overturned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    I'm surprised Koulibaly would go there unless he ALSO knows the ban will be overturned.
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    Be surprised if the ban is overturned completely as that would destroy the credibility of Eufa - down to one year possibly, but that puts 5th place in play.

    Given that the leading candidates for that now are us & MU who are both still in the Europa then if either win it then thats a favour to the other one.
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by darlowolf64 View Post
    Money talks...
    True, of course, but there surely are other UCL teams that can offer roughly a similar amount, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkins left foot View Post
    Be surprised if the ban is overturned completely as that would destroy the credibility of Eufa - down to one year possibly, but that puts 5th place in play.

    Given that the leading candidates for that now are us & MU who are both still in the Europa then if either win it then thats a favour to the other one.
    I want to get the Champions League place ahead of United. And then play them in the Europa final and deny them again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    I want to get the Champions League place ahead of United. And then play them in the Europa final and deny them again.
    That would be good, but would take 1 of those to get there (anyway if you win the Europa doesn't that drop the CL league qualification down 1 place so if it's them they still get there?)
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Finish Chelsea Wolves Leicester Manchester United. City get ban overturned. We beat them in the final. That would make it happen
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    you'd get good odds on that!

    Tbf I'd quite happily take 6th place and united winning the europa if it guarantees wolves champions league football next season. I hadn't previously considered it dropping down to 6th if United win it.
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    It doesn't, does it? We can only have a maximum of five teams.

    Edit: Ignore me, you're talking about if Citeh are still banned. I'm not sure they will be but we'll see.
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    I think City will be fine, the ban wont stand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Towner View Post
    They must be confident they are getting their ban overturned or at least reduced. Can't see a 29 yr old going there without Europe for 2 years.
    I imagine that the contract would probably have a condition precedent to that effect.

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    Arjen Robben has come out of retirement to sign for FC Groningen, which is fun.
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    i would have him here, class player
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