Who can replace Leroy Sane?

better dead than red

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He's done first team training before and pep didn't like his attitude apparently

I admit I know fuck all about this situation. But, from playing in my younger days, and watching my daughters play sport on teams, there are just people with shit attitudes. They may be exceptional or just another player.

You know the type, the coach tells them to do something and they roll their eyes or straight out say no or answer back. Maybe everyone else is hustling or jogging and they are walking and dragging arse.

I am not saying this is the case or anything similar but it does happen. Especially on teams where everyone is good enough to be there and some think they are "special" because of it.
 
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oakiecokie

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A signing who has a better work ethic than him would be a positive step in the right direction.Never doubted his wonderful talent but in that last final 3rd of last season Pep showed him who was "daddy" and left him out on a fairly regular basis.
We all know that Peps philosophy is based on an excellent work ethic and ball retention.This is where Sane let himself down unfortunately.Pity as he could have been a world beater in the worlds best league ... now he wants to prove it in a so-so league dominated by one club ... who are the dogs shit.
 

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A signing who has a better work ethic than him would be a positive step in the right direction.Never doubted his wonderful talent but in that last final 3rd of last season Pep showed him who was "daddy" and left him out on a fairly regular basis.
We all know that Peps philosophy is based on an excellent work ethic and ball retention.This is where Sane let himself down unfortunately.Pity as he could have been a world beater in the worlds best league ... now he wants to prove it in a so-so league dominated by one club ... who are the dogs shit.

I have it on good authority that Mia San Mia does indeed translate to "We are the dogs shit."
 

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A signing who has a better work ethic than him would be a positive step in the right direction.Never doubted his wonderful talent but in that last final 3rd of last season Pep showed him who was "daddy" and left him out on a fairly regular basis.
We all know that Peps philosophy is based on an excellent work ethic and ball retention.This is where Sane let himself down unfortunately....

100% spot on.
 

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A signing who has a better work ethic than him would be a positive step in the right direction.Never doubted his wonderful talent but in that last final 3rd of last season Pep showed him who was "daddy" and left him out on a fairly regular basis.
We all know that Peps philosophy is based on an excellent work ethic and ball retention.This is where Sane let himself down unfortunately.Pity as he could have been a world beater in the worlds best league ... now he wants to prove it in a so-so league dominated by one club ... who are the dogs shit.
Yes because Gundogan works his ass off every game?
 

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