same other players manage fine without him, the one constant is him. He could step and stick it in the top corner like 2017 and earn his wage and be a top player?So 3 of the losses were teams Pep played a nonsense rotated side because we'd already won the league.
1 was the first game of the season when we missed 3 of the back 4 and no one had a preseason.
And the other was the champions league final.
Your point would have been more convincing if you hadn't listed all the games so we knew the losses had nothing to do with Sterling.
or we can keep picking him and keep fucking losing?
and does it a) not say a lot that he gets picked in the "nonsense" team and b) Pep pisses about playing "nonsense" teams, including tonight and the CL Final, and costing us big wins and trophies in the process we should have won?
You kill your own point by trying to defend the indefensible.