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http://www.theguardian.com/football/2015/aug/07/everton-internazionale-xherdan-shaqiri

 

 

 

They are also attempting to close a deal for Mori, a 24-year-old defender who has impressed in River Plate’s recent revival and has won one cap for the Argentina national side. Martínez is in urgent need of central defensive cover, having released Sylvain Distin and Antolin Alcaraz at the end of last season.

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Hope we are signing the right one he has a twin brother who is a top striker plays in Mexico.

Option to by one get one free maybe.

Bogof haha both look good.

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I know nothing about him other than he's a good age and is quite big so we might actually threaten at corners and free-kicks... sign him!

Read somewhere that he's very physical and very quick. Works for me!

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Hopefully that means we'll have our much needed CB by Tuesday.

 

No doubt the papers will go into overdrive saying he's Stones' replacement, completely forgetting that we released two CB's this summer.

After this beating Chelsea have got they'll be in overdrive with it anyway. The commentator has just said "john Stones to Chelsea dare I say it" it fucking makes my blood boil!!!!!!!

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Doesn't Martibez scouting team specialise in South American players

During his commentary for U.S. tv during 2014 WC, RM could hardly talk about anyone other than Cuadrado. Maybe he'll fork over £28m to Chelsea for him as our surprise #10........

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Heard Tim Vickery (South American football expert) on TalkSport saying he doesn't think defenders from the Argentinian league can adapt well to the prem, that he isn't fast enough, strong enough or intelligent enough. I hope hes wrong.

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Heard Tim Vickery (South American football expert) on TalkSport saying he doesn't think defenders from the Argentinian league can adapt well to the prem, that he isn't fast enough, strong enough or intelligent enough. I hope hes wrong.

 

That's a very sweeping statement. It's not usually a good idea to tar everyone with the same brush, and I too would hope he's wrong.

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I couldn't be more underwhelmed if I tried.

Ha ha, I get you Finn but IF we're keeping Stones he's a back up so we were never going to buy anyone of any stature or big reputation. He's tall and left footed so lets see how he does if he signs.

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I'm wounded you would think that :(

 

Ps.. Don't tell Mike they have a little "translate from Spanish" on every Twitter tweet or he'll be on to me not being bisexual ;)

 

Can technology turn my wife bisexual?

 

Not that I'd want to join in, just a thought :unsure:.

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Can technology turn my wife bisexual?

 

Not that I'd want to join in, just a thought :unsure:.

I have a program on my computer that can tell you if there is a chance of her turning bisexual. Alls you hzve to do is send me naked pictures of her I can run it through for you and get back to you with the results. Anything to help a mate out me.

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I have a program on my computer that can tell you if there is a chance of her turning bisexual. Alls you hzve to do is send me naked pictures of her I can run it through for you and get back to you with the results. Anything to help a mate out me.

 

She's forty-seven mate, and still a pretty foxy grandma, but I don't think she'd thank me for uploading her assets. Twenty years ago? Different story :D.

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She's forty-seven mate, and still a pretty foxy grandma, but I don't think she'd thank me for uploading her assets. Twenty years ago? Different story :D.

Let me be the judge of that :shaking fist:

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Great, he's versatile; if he's shit he can serve teas and coffees at Finch Farm - a very underrated asset in the modern multimillion pound game.

Whats his injury record like? Maybe he can take over from Gibbo and then not serve the player spiked beverages!

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That's a very sweeping statement. It's not usually a good idea to tar everyone with the same brush, and I too would hope he's wrong.

 

I disagree to an extent. Players who are used to a certain style of play can struggle to adapt. Have many Argentinians done well over here? Aguero? Many more?

Its the same with Italians, not many of them do well over here, Zola is the stand out.

 

I really do hope he's wrong, but I tend to trust his opinions. He lives in Brasil and is paid to cover the south American leagues. He tends to get things right, but I guess time will tell.

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Heard Tim Vickery (South American football expert) on TalkSport saying he doesn't think defenders from the Argentinian league can adapt well to the prem, that he isn't fast enough, strong enough or intelligent enough. I hope hes wrong.

Tim Vickery is one of the most knowledgeable football correspondents out there. Really hope he's wrong, cos it sounds increasingly like this fella will be announced by the weekend.

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I disagree to an extent. Players who are used to a certain style of play can struggle to adapt. Have many Argentinians done well over here? Aguero? Many more?

Its the same with Italians, not many of them do well over here, Zola is the stand out.

 

I really do hope he's wrong, but I tend to trust his opinions. He lives in Brasil and is paid to cover the south American leagues. He tends to get things right, but I guess time will tell.

 

Ossie Ardiles, Ricky Villa , Carlos Tevez , Pablo Zabletta and Javier Mascherano spring to mind without having to think about it

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