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EdMa

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  1. Alonso and Magnusse at Mclaren next year. Bianchi or Hulkenberg to Ferrari. I cant see Button retiring just yet though.
  2. Chelsea make a fair amount, I wouldn't like to speculate how much. How much have they spent this summer? Less than what came in from sales, I believe. £80 million on Diego Costa, Fabregas and Felipe Luis. In all honesty I'm a little embarrased how the big clubs chuck so much money around compared to those in the lower leqgues, but its supply and demand. Howver we have done riducolusly well in this transfer window. I was thinking yesterday the difference between us and United and how we've actually adressed our biggest issues, striker, creative centre mid, a new keeper who's more consist
  3. Alonso £5 million and Cleverly £8 million is all the proof you'll ever need that English players are over priced. And I'm the only one here unbeaten in the head to head fantasy league.
  4. One of my housemates found a huntsman spider in our living room :/ fml Or at least looks just like one. 
  5. Madrid and Barca don't get it through oil money but whenever they spend big it's seen as disgusting. So why not with United? You're in mountains of debt and the money you get from selling shirts is made from making kids sow the shirts in Vietnamese workshops for no pay. Besides you've grossly overpaid for Shaw, Fellaini, Herrera and Di Maria. The only big deal that represents any value is Mata. It's as bad as Madrid tbh.
  6. £200 million spent in the last 12 months. And it's Chelsea and City ruinig football.
  7. I read the money would come from the private rather than public sector. Still, cant see it happening though just like New Jersey
  8. Haha they're so s**** even with Di Maria. Love it!
  9. Because Hamilton has yet again put him in a position where Rosberg either decides to crash or get out of the way. The point Rosberg was trying to make in Spa was that people shouldn't get out of your way just because you're Lewis Hamilton. He's put him in a position where he has to decide whether to have a crash by taking his racing line because he was clearly ahead?  And how would they be getting out of the way for Hamilton when he was already ahead? It's a long race and Rosbergs responsibilty to back out and avoid a crash. Lewis shouldn't have to back out because Nico's front wing i
  10. Someone like Blind would be good for them as he can play CDM, CB and LWB. I honestoy have no idea how Johnny Evans is still at United. He's knicking a living tbh.
  11. I didnt rate him until about last year. He's a great player but worth no where near £70 million, 40 at most and hes made to look a lot better because of Ronaldo. I like him as a player but want United and their flops to fail big time. Reckon it'll be like Ozil, he'll give them a lift for a few months qnd then it'll all go a bit iffy when he gets fed up of having to run onto ballooned and skewed passes from the midfield maestro's of Tom Cleverly, Fellaini and Fletcher.  They needed a CB and CM far more obvioisly tbh. The next week could be mental though. Arsenal need a striker, United 2/3
  12. No he really doesnt anymore. You living in 2011 bro? Notehow he moved across to block Kobayashi at the same corner in 2011, yet yesterday he left plenty of room for both Vettel and Rosberg. Vettel backed out, Nico really should have conceded it and got him next time round with DRS. 
  13. I meant they've both used underhand tacticx to gain a significant advantage, by no means are they the only ones to have done it though. 
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