Raheem Sterling - 2017/18 performances

Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by rapidCT, 22 Jul 2017.

  1. Tugay One Cup

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    I was quoting someone else :)
     
  2. CityInWashingtonState

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    All's good.

    Simplifying things....

    I love Sterling. Fucked that he's red-carded. That could cost us the league. There are better wingers out there in World Football - but we're not far wrong going with Raheem.

    If we don't win the title this year - it almost certainly won't be Sterling's fault.
     
  3. Barcon

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    Come on now.
     
  4. CityInWashingtonState

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    :-)

    I'm going to assume that you're trolling.

    Nonetheless - here's why - whatever Sterling's faults (I've outlined them above) - and whether or not a super duper world class winger replacement might do us better - Sterling has been *CLUTCH* - absolutely, positively, fucking, Michael Jordan - *CLUTCH* - scoring goals in closing moments to rescue points.
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    Edit: And no, I'm not trying to have it both ways.

    Sterling is a very good winger, but will never be among the very, very best (top 5) at his position . in World football.

    But he is an extremely good winger, nonetheless - is a valuable asset to our side - and lately, for whatever reason - scores goals when we most need.
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    As for costing us the league - as Pep says - we need to be far more clinical in front of goal.

    Sterling too has missed his share of chances - but at least he scores (lately) when when me most need.
     
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  5. Barcon

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    Why would I be trolling?
    And what the fuck does what you just wrote have to do with you thinking him missing one match against the dippers could cost us the league?
     
  6. CityInWashingtonState

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    My apologies then.

    I think it might well be a very close race between us and the scum - to the extent that we're not able to field the precise squad in any game that Pep wants - that might cost us.

    Add to this - Sterling has come up trumps lately - scoring goals when we most need them.

    Could Sterling's absence against Pool hurt us? - absolutely - is our squad more than capable of overcoming his absence? - again absolutely. Still, I'd rather have Sterling available going against Pool rather than not - it's very small things like this that the title may hinge on.
     
  7. mosssideblue

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    I dont remember you fighting his corner against the vitriol and name calling that he got on here, yet as soon as anyone dares to criticise a player you have taken a liking to, you defend.

    The shit Bravo got was well OTT and you well know that. If you cared to read my posts on Bravo, you will see I both praised and criticised him, but the bulk of my posts were having a go at the numpties who just spouted shit for the sake of it.
     
  8. Goater=Legend

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    Love them both but why does Sane not get the same level of criticism than Sterling?
     
  9. mosssideblue

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    Every other day, go on then quote them back, there should be 7 from the last fortnight if you are correct - which to save you the bother - your not
     
  10. domalino

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    Just so you know, this took only 2 minutes to do, and there's more from the past 2 weeks.





     

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