Jadon Sancho

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  1. SWP's back

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    He’s hardly had the fuck abused out of him for Christ’s sake.
     
  2. better dead than red

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    Hopefully he changes or has changed but becoming successful and making millions doesn't always change a man. He has to want to change.

    If you aren't familiar with Aaron Hernandez here is an interesting read.

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/...n-hernandez/JA34t8HVP3srfqakDqHb1K/story.html

    Am I saying Sancho is a violent person who is/will become a murderer? No. Just that sometimes success and money doesn't always help make a person leave the wrong path. Hopefully he has chosen better now.
     
  3. FantasyIreland

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  4. SWP's back

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    Come on. Join in the hyperbole. It looks fun.
     
  5. FantasyIreland

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    I think the word pathetic has been used....?
     
  6. Neville Kneville

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    He lost it a couple of times & made some great touches & runs & looked far better than the bungling oaf he replaced.
     
  7. Neville Kneville

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    So playing v Bayern Munich isn't a step ahead then ?
     
  8. IH8MUFC

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    He is the new Sterling by the looks of it. This is like a topic on Rawk.
     
  9. SWP's back

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    No. I give you Macheda and Januzai.
     
  10. Neville Kneville

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    I give you that you have no fucking idea what I'm referring to.

    I would view Foden, playing for Manchester Utd, as a step up from not playing for Manchester City.

    Those players played. So, at that time, were ahead of Foden in their careers, just as all the players who played today were & Sancho is.

    Nothing to do with the end outcome, that is for the future. Right now, Sancho has moved ahead of Foden in his career by getting on the pitch v Bayern Munich.

    He will not be looking at his decision to move, as a mistake. If Foden starts to play, then Sancho may have regrets. Right now, he will be delighted.
     

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