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Re: raheem sterling

Postby City64 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:40 pm

Why does this plastic fucking never been to a premier league game or England or Manchester fucking crank Phips get so much attention on here ? Site must be on its arse , just sayin CTID
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Beefymcfc » Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:04 pm

Simple. If he's motivated enough to play in Pep's system, and he suits Pep's system, then sign him up. He's proved his worth and now let the money men haggle it out for the final few grand.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby sheblue » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:37 pm

Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling desrerve to be on a par with those?
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby carl_feedthegoat » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:55 pm

sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby dazby » Sun Aug 05, 2018 11:45 pm

carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Slim » Sun Aug 05, 2018 11:51 pm

dazby wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


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Re: raheem sterling

Postby dazby » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:56 am

Slim wrote:
dazby wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


One of the few occasions where the talking coconut makes sense.


Was that necessary? Did it make you feel like a big man? Grow up.


It's Carl, so yeah.
It made me feel like a teenager again. Loved it.
I'm already grown up enough thanks.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Mase » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:16 am

carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


KDB has had one top season mate.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Hazy2 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:29 am

Mase wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


KDB has had one top season mate.


Not sure about that mate, he was outstanding in Peps 1st season and German player of the year for Wolfsburg prior to that !!! his W.C qualifying I assume were the same standard, but did not see a lot, W.C he was great again. Sterling is a work in process and has lots to work with, at times looks like a novice when missing open goals 1v1. The place we want to be you cannot miss sitters at the rate he does.
I love the guy, but have a feeling like the players that go to China, he might be a money 1st type. I hope I am 100% wrong. Aidy Ward is his agent so I will not hold my breath....
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Slim » Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:27 am

dazby wrote:
Slim wrote:
dazby wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


One of the few occasions where the talking coconut makes sense.


Was that necessary? Did it make you feel like a big man? Grow up.


It's Carl, so yeah.
It made me feel like a teenager again. Loved it.
I'm already grown up enough thanks.


Your posts beg to differ.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Original Dub » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:03 am

Mase wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


KDB has had one top season mate.


Come on mate.

No one is buying that. He is the best midfielder in world football.

Sterling is miles off his level.

He has a good chance to become a great player. But it will take the best coach in world football, so let's hope he doesn't fuck it up for money.

Because I'll tell you this, if he moves, his career will nose dive
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Tokyo Blue » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:34 am

This is all based on an article written by a known mune in the printed excrement that is the daily mirror. You lot want your bumps feeling for falling for it.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Hazy2 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:48 am

Tokyo Blue wrote:This is all based on an article written by a known mune in the printed excrement that is the daily mirror. You lot want your bumps feeling for falling for it.


Check out Peps OS interview mate.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Hazy2 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:49 am

Hazy2 wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:This is all based on an article written by a known mune in the printed excrement that is the daily mirror. You lot want your bumps feeling for falling for it.


Check out Peps OS interview mate.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby john@staustell » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:55 am

Critical time for young Razza.

To be careful he has.

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Re: raheem sterling

Postby sheblue » Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:13 pm

Original Dub wrote:
Mase wrote:
carl_feedthegoat wrote:
sheblue wrote:Assuming the top earners are, Kevin, Sergio, Dave. Does Sterling deserve to be on a par with those?


Sergio has been bangin in goals for donkeys years for us and Dave has been arguably the best midfielder in England for Donkeys years.KDB is world class and there is no argument to say otherwise - All those players deserve to be on the best salary scale available.

Sterling had ONE very good year for us...so no , he doesn't deserve to be on the same wage scale yet...no fuckign way.


KDB has had one top season mate.


Come on mate.

No one is buying that. He is the best midfielder in world football.

Sterling is miles off his level.

He has a good chance to become a great player. But it will take the best coach in world football, so let's hope he doesn't fuck it up for money.

Because I'll tell you this, if he moves, his career will nose dive



He would be mad to leave.
I thought it wasnt all about money, we will see.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:24 pm

Tokyo Blue wrote:This is all based on an article written by a known mune in the printed excrement that is the daily mirror. You lot want your bumps feeling for falling for it.


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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Tokyo Blue » Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:38 pm

Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:This is all based on an article written by a known mune in the printed excrement that is the daily mirror. You lot want your bumps feeling for falling for it.


Mullock's a Blue mate.

Really? I could have sworn he was a mune. I'll happily stand corrected though if anyone can provide any evidence of this.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Mon Aug 06, 2018 1:18 pm

Tokyo Blue wrote:
Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
Tokyo Blue wrote:This is all based on an article written by a known mune in the printed excrement that is the daily mirror. You lot want your bumps feeling for falling for it.


Mullock's a Blue mate.

Really? I could have sworn he was a mune. I'll happily stand corrected though if anyone can provide any evidence of this.


An interview of his with Slur Alex.
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Re: raheem sterling

Postby Sideshow Bob » Mon Aug 06, 2018 2:08 pm

i agree with those above who said his career is at a tipping point. he needs pep much more than pep needs him. with mahrez here and bernardo flourishing, sterling could talk himself out of a job pretty easily atm...
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