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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Mayor West, 10 Feb 2019.
Sergio Ramos is alright in my book.
Just came to post this exact person. He became Chelsea's driving force at a time he was expected to be forced out. He stayed at a super high level for a long time to being as deadly near the oppo goal as any of your Drogba's and the like. All of this whilst being totally decent in interviews, self depreciating, respectful of everyone.
That was before he came to City and did not phone it in one bit, he was excellent. He speaks about us with affection but obviously he is a Chelsea man and also west Ham a bit to. Certainly someone you could have a beer with and feel at ease.
Has Jermain Defoe been mentioned yet?
Apart from personal knowledge, isn't this a thread that is asking which players the press has portrayed the most positively?
Cheated on his wife, made a sex tape, made fun of 9/11 attacks, apart from that a nice fella
Gary Lineker, never received a yellow card in his career
At the risk of being banned, murdered, shunned or slagged off, I understand that Mo Salah is a good human being and does a lot to help out his local community in Eygpt.
The new diving centre was a nice touch I thought.