Alexis Sanchez

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by MegaBlue, 3 May 2016.

  1. Dribble

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    So you're admitting what you've stated isn't fact, it's just your subjective opinion? Well that's OK then. :-)

    I thought you'd have been able to pull up even ONE of your hundreds of videos to illustrate you 'subjective opinion'. We all grow old and some older a lot quicker than others, however I've seen no evidence to support your assertions that Sanchez has fell off the age cliff-edge since last May.

    Granted, he may be a little tired after a season of carrying Arsenal and then playing in the Confederations Cup, & dismayed after having his hopes of leaving Arsenal dashed, but 'Growing Old' since last May & 'losing a yard of pace' over the last 2 seasons is a bit of a stretch wouldn't you agree?

    I've asked you to back up what you've claimed and you can't, so I suppose we'll just have to swap opinion for opinion for now until you find a statistic or one of your hundreds of videos to give even the slightest credence to your 'subjective opinion'.
     
  2. VOOMER

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    Sanchez will be a blue by the end of January 2018.
     
  3. I'm no cynic but...

    I'm no cynic but...

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    I don't care one jot about his personality, all I care about is his willingness and ability to buy into what Pep is trying to achieve which I expect him to do going by Pep's knowledge of the guy. I see him as another Tevez (hopefully without any agent problems), someone who signs up as a hired gun and not seeking friendship aside of his two dogs, and as long as he is paid accordingly then he will fulfill the terms of his contract before moving on to his next venture.
     
  4. Dribble

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    Brilliantly ruthless assessment mate!

    Sanchez, our proposed new hired gun with his two pitbulls! Lol :-)
     
  5. Juan King

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    It looks like he is coming here. Only time will tell if he is a good signing. On his day he is one of the best players in the PL and if he only costs about £25m, it seems a no brainer. There are fears from some that he could come in and upset the balance, but Pep has worked with him before, so knows what he is about. I personally think he will strengthen the team, so I hope he comes.
     
  6. The Riot Club

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    I hope he comes.

    I don't see any downside to signing a proven world class forward with Prem experience who's worked with Pep before, especially for about half price from a rival team.

    It's important in a squad game and a long season that we don't lose quality when players are missing - we saw how badly that went last season. We're only a Kun or Jesus injury/suspension away from having a paper thin squad to cope with 60-odd games.
     
  7. SWP's back

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    Have you ever even seen him play?

    You must be a wum. Must be.
     
  8. Marvin

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  9. SWP's back

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    No he isn’t and he played as a central striker.
     
  10. blueinsa

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    Wrong.

    He played up front.
     

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