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Re: Sanè situation

Postby zuricity » Sun May 26, 2019 8:08 am

I want Sane to stay because he still owes me two pints.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Outcast » Sun May 26, 2019 8:23 am

Mase wrote:
everyonehatesus wrote:this would be a master class in fucking your own shit up if we let him go, this lad has it an spades. so he may need a bit more man management so what, hes class and has a level of ability very few can dream of,


Fuckin this. Man management. If Pep can't sort him there's more of an issue with Pep imo


You're not letting it go are you, this is all because Pep doesn't play Otter in first team regularly? first, he gets rid of kolorav and now Otters on the verge of leaving. Dont tell me you developed man crush on Sane :lol: ?

I want Sane to stay but not at the cost of the team's harmony, hoping this could be resolved, but if it doesn't, no one is irreplacable
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby PeterParker » Sun May 26, 2019 9:35 am

Ok, on a serious note, the situation is quite simple:

The club wanted him? Yes. They offered an extension.
Did he accept the extension? No.
Why? Because he didn't play in crucial games.
Why he didn't play in crucial games? Because Sterling & Bernie improved a lot their rate and performances this season.
Did Sane do the same? No, actually, his level went down a bit and he looked arsed instead of fighting to be better than those two from above.

Simple as that. For me he wants to go because he doesn't want to fight for a place in the squad.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Mase » Sun May 26, 2019 9:43 am

Outcast wrote:
Mase wrote:
everyonehatesus wrote:this would be a master class in fucking your own shit up if we let him go, this lad has it an spades. so he may need a bit more man management so what, hes class and has a level of ability very few can dream of,


Fuckin this. Man management. If Pep can't sort him there's more of an issue with Pep imo


You're not letting it go are you, this is all because Pep doesn't play Otter in first team regularly? first, he gets rid of kolorav and now Otters on the verge of leaving. Dont tell me you developed man crush on Sane :lol: ?

I want Sane to stay but not at the cost of the team's harmony, hoping this could be resolved, but if it doesn't, no one is irreplacable


The Kolarov thing still hurts. Can we not talk about it.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby salford city » Sun May 26, 2019 9:57 am

I'm with spidey on this. Sane could be whatever he wants but he lacks the will to push on. On his day, you cannot live with him, he can be unplayable his trouble is when he is not on his game he offers very little.

Take the German rags for as much as we can get and insert either a buy-back or sell-on I'd rather not do business with that bunch of snide bastards, but if we do, let's get our money's worth
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby blues2win » Mon May 27, 2019 12:03 pm

I’m sure the Club wants him to stay but he has to sign an extension. He may think he’s guaranteed more game time at Bayern and it is a big Club. I think it’s probably his call.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby john@staustell » Mon May 27, 2019 2:03 pm

salford city wrote:I'm with spidey on this. Sane could be whatever he wants but he lacks the will to push on. On his day, you cannot live with him, he can be unplayable his trouble is when he is not on his game he offers very little.

Take the German rags for as much as we can get and insert either a buy-back or sell-on I'd rather not do business with that bunch of snide bastards, but if we do, let's get our money's worth


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Re: Sanè situation

Postby stupot » Tue May 28, 2019 8:00 am

Me too.
He also has a tendency to have a pop at his team mates when things aren't going his way something some posters have constantly had a pop at Kev about but never seem to mention it with Leroy.

For christ sakes, we won the last 14 games to win the league, won both Cups and were a VAR ( or a missed pen) away from the Champs League Semis and people are still questioning Pep.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Mase » Tue May 28, 2019 8:26 am

stupot wrote:Me too.
He also has a tendency to have a pop at his team mates when things aren't going his way something some posters have constantly had a pop at Kev about but never seem to mention it with Leroy.

For christ sakes, we won the last 14 games to win the league, won both Cups and were a VAR ( or a missed pen) away from the Champs League Semis and people are still questioning Pep.


Are you able to give an example of when Sanè has kicked off with a team mate in front of the cameras to the extent Kev did?

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Re: Sanè situation

Postby stupot » Tue May 28, 2019 8:30 am

Yep. He had a right go at Zinchenko in the first half at Burnley.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Mase » Tue May 28, 2019 9:10 am

stupot wrote:Yep. He had a right go at Zinchenko in the first half at Burnley.


No he didn't. Zinch gave him the world shittest pass and he bollocked him for it. That was after the third crap pass to him. It wasn't on par with Kev :lol:

"He also has a tendency to have a pop at his team mates when things aren't going his way"

Anymore to back up the above?
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby stupot » Tue May 28, 2019 9:15 am

" The worlds shittest pass". Oh that's ok then.
Nobody else ever receives shit passes.
You keep going back a season with your KDB/ Silva one but that's ok to say Kev shouldn't be captain.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Mase » Tue May 28, 2019 9:26 am

stupot wrote:" The worlds shittest pass". Oh that's ok then.
Nobody else ever receives shit passes.
You keep going back a season with your KDB/ Silva one but that's ok to say Kev shouldn't be captain.


So that's a no with the examples then. No worries.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby stupot » Tue May 28, 2019 9:36 am

Gave you an example.
You made an excuse.
No problem.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Mase » Tue May 28, 2019 9:39 am

stupot wrote:Gave you an example.
You made an excuse.
No problem.


You didn't give an example of one on par with Kev.
You said "he has a tendency" yet you won't give examples.

No worries though, thanks.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Nick » Tue May 28, 2019 11:40 am

Sane constantly moans at team mates mase, pretty much every time. It does wind me up.

When was this kev one everyone on here mentions ? Must have missed it
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Mase » Tue May 28, 2019 12:25 pm

Nick wrote:Sane constantly moans at team mates mase, pretty much every time. It does wind me up.


Examples mate?

Happy to agree if I can see it with my own eyes.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby JamieMCFC » Tue May 28, 2019 12:44 pm

Nick wrote:When was this kev one everyone on here mentions ? Must have missed it


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Re: Sanè situation

Postby stupot » Tue May 28, 2019 1:23 pm

October 17 that was, not this season just gone and it was the ref he was trying to get to.
Silva was stopping him getting a red card but it certainly wasn't Kev bollocking his team mate like Sane did because he got a bad pass.
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Re: Sanè situation

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Tue May 28, 2019 1:26 pm

Mase wrote:
Nick wrote:Sane constantly moans at team mates mase, pretty much every time. It does wind me up.


Examples mate?

Happy to agree if I can see it with my own eyes.


You don't see him throwing his hands in the air on occasion in a strop when the pass isn't right?

,For me it's only a minor thing but again I'll contrast that with Sterling, he will almost always acknowledges the effort with a thumbs up or wave even when the pass is overhit.
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