Sergio Aguero - 2017/18 performances

Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by Blueknows, 12 Aug 2017.

  1. meeesh

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    I'll dig some of your quotes out,and we can take a view if you want ?

    I think I will find more negative than positive chat,but yea go on I'll have a look,I will try to be balanced though,and may be able to add some plaudits off you as well,however we look at it though,we can both agree now,that your points will be masqueraded behind some stat no doubt eh ?
     
  2. domalino

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    Go on then, look through this thread and find a comment where I've said Aguero needs to go or I've written him off.
     
  3. meeesh

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    You only have to go back to December ffs,still fresh in the memory of another spat I had with you.

    Here are 2 examples


    Then you'd agree we're in a better position now for taking the painful decision to get rid of a beloved long term player who was past his peak.

    I would question how reliable a goalscorer he is these days.

    Just a few examples of the bile

    I can't be arsed scrolling through more shite really,because next thing you will say is-But where have I said he should go ?

    If you read your comments and digest them,to me it sounds as though you think we be better without him,and your stance has been roughly the same,so pretty consistent on him you have been
     
  4. domalino

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    meeesh So the one comment you found was this one?

    That's the most negative comment you found in 10 minutes of looking through my comments. A comment that says when he's on form he's the best striker in the world. That is your smoking gun negative comment FFS.

    Odd, according to you I've been desperately touting that he is finished and needs to go...a comment on him being a streaky goalscorer doesn't really add up to that does it? And he is a streaky goalscorer these days, I don't think anyone can deny that. Perhaps you should keep digging?

    Also the "We're in a better position now" comment was in reply to you using Joe Hart as a reason why we shouldn't get rid of Aguero. I didn't say we needed to let go of Aguero, I told you your dumb as fuck argument was just that.


    Be a fucking grown up and admit you were wrong. Nowhere in this thread have I said Aguero is a) done or b) needs to go.
     
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  5. meeesh

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    I didn't spend 10 minutes scrolling thrugh the rubbish you post,it would send me to sleep,remember those quotes-past his peak and you would question how reliable a goalscorer he is these days.

    Well on that last one,don't worry yourself lad,he got 4 last Saturday and another last night
     
  6. domalino

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    So to sum up this fun little exchange.

    You looked, didn't find a negative comment. Found one where I said he's streaky but on form the best striker in the world, tried to pretend that was negative, and then gave up.

    "holding your hands up" indeed. Fucking pathetic.
     
  7. gordondaviesmoustache

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    There's no doubt (not singling anyone out btw) that a bad game or two and some posters feel compelled to come on here and write him off. Like they have a hard-on for detecting the very point of his demise. And then he proves them wrong. Again.

    You'd think they'd learn from previous experience and display a little more reticence, but they don't. They don't seem to be able to control this compulsion. I can only assume it's a combination of poor judgement, and an overwhelming urge for vindication, borne out of their own insecurities.

    I'm sure if they keep rinsing and repeating they'll get it right eventually, which will doubtless assuage those insecurities and make themselves feel like big men for a couple of hours.

    In the meantime I'll keep believing that our greatest ever striker, at 29 years of age, isn't quite finished yet.
     
  8. Henkeman

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    Extremist...
     
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  10. meeesh

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    Answer me this,bearing in mind I don't know how old you are,although I could take a guess,is he or is he not the best striker we have ever had and you have seen ?

    And would we be poorer without him ?

    I'm intrigued to know,just to make me content for the rest of the day........
     

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