Phil Foden - 2019/20 Performances

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  1. Tugay One Cup

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    I totally agree with the rest but wouldn't look into the Bernardo thing too much. Pretty sure he was still fucked from his birthday night out.
     
  2. Easy

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    Bernardo Silva says Foden could be one of the best midfielders in the world in 1-2 years. Loved hearing that. From interview posted in his thread.

    Looking forward to seeing him shine.

    Phil is a unique midfield talent. His goal scoring ability from midfield is so rare. He looks like he can score every game.
     
  3. Cobra

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    He was in a brilliant position to score last weekend, but Sterling overhit the through ball.
     
  4. BlueTG

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    Lampard-esque.
     
  5. Easy

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    Even more clinical and goal hungry I would say which is scary.
     
  6. Vienna_70

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    Bernardo too.
     
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    The fact that Pep started Phil against Spurs towards the end of the season shows how much the great man thinks of Foden.

    I must admit, I thought it was a mistake, but that’s why Pep is in the dugout and I am in 328.
     
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    He is 19 - NINETEEN.

    As we’ve seen with kids, who are played a lot, they tend to burn out at a younger than average age; the bald, thick, ugly granny-shagging Scouse twat being a prime example. Pep is bringing Phil along very nicely, thank you very much and I’ve no doubt he will play more than enough time to help his game improve in leaps and bounds.
     
  9. marc_mcfc90

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    A big fear I have for sterling!
     
  10. manlikepep

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    I love fodens movements. Can’t describe it. It’s like when he has 3 people on him I expect him to just glide through them all. So unique the way he does it.
     

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