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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by CityInWashingtonState, 31 Jan 2019.
Buy son, he is incredible. Spurs are better without Kane.
I was wondering the same thing.
The player is insanely talented and he is out of favor in club and national team.
Only my opinion but it would possibly be like for like.
They are both players who thrive on space to run into and at defenders.
However we play teams who park the bus and there is never any large space for our forwards to run into.
Mahrez scored some goals against City, we bought him but it didn't work so far.
Let me begin,
I came to win, battle me, that's a sin
Use whom when it is the object of a verb or preposition, so the him/her trick can be helpful.
Effect is more commonly a noun, affect a verb, though effect can be used as a verb in the sense of to bring about a change in something. Impact in UK English is more commonly a noun, but, in US English, it is also commonly used as a verb, something which is evidently effecting a change in your usage. ;-)
Extend is also a verb, extent a noun, but that confusion is more often to do with the written word being affected by the writer’s pronunciation.
And before any Mod complains, Aouar and Ndombele for starters.
What players are out of contract in the summer? vinnie..
‘Extend’ was a typo!
I no. ;-)