stupot wrote:Leroy thought he fucked up at Burnley.
That's why he went into one of his strops.
stupot wrote:Anyone got any examples when he's fucked up was your question as you genuinely couldn't remember.
He fucked up at Wembley as well incidentally at 0-0 giving Watford that 1 on 1 that they fucked up.
stupot wrote:So giving the ball away from defence doesn't constitute defensive responsibility and I'm the thick twat.
I watched it at Wembley, just like I did the Community Shield, Carabao Cup and FA Cup Semi- what's your point there..
We don''t have to do much defending as we're that good. We're brilliant at possession, that's why it's noticable when it's given away cheaply. Try not drinking from 6 hours before kick off and you might remember more.
stupot wrote:And consistently giving the ball away is good for a defender is it oh clever one.
I'm pretty sure I didn't deny his passing to Sane was shit, just that everyone receives a bad one every now and then and doesn't go into a major strop like he did. You just couldn't give Sane any criticism.
Amazing that you remember that though with your memory.
stupot wrote:I have yeah, I find you fascinating. You're like the Mourinho of this board.
It's all me, me, me. I said Zinch was great, I said Raheem was great when all you thick twats were slagging them off.
You don't mention the fact you slagged Pep off all season and when you're pulled up on it you'll say what a great manager he is.
You slagged De Bruyne off consistently ( that word again) last season asking what he had on Pep to get picked.
You'll gently ask your " just asking mate, genuinely can't remember " and when told get very antagonistic.
I think you're Duncan Castles in disguise.
stupot wrote:There's your memory fail again.
You kept asking what Kev had on Pep to keep getting picked.
The only person I could get you confused with is Jose
nottsblue wrote:Zinch extending his contract is great news. Yes, we know he is far from the finished article as far as left back goes, but he is young and he seems genuinely thrilled to be at City and to learn to improve his all round game.
Long term his best place may well be midfield. It may be he turns out to be nothing more than a competent utility player who can cover a few positions for rotation and injury purposes. But that is ok. Every squad needs a couple of those guys and they are worth their weight in gold, always positive, never moaning in public or behind the scenes and can just step in when required.
I think ultimately his lack of pace may stop him from being a bona fide first team regular starter. But he has a great first touch and a deftness of passing and once his positional sense and decision making improves with time and effort and confidence and coaching he will bring a lot more to the side.
Also, and this can sometimes be underestimated, he seems to be very popular in the dressing room. Ederdon in particular has his six
stupot wrote:When I'm locked in a darkened room all day I'll dig them out. Definitely a few times. At 1 time you said he'd been garbage for about 10 weeks when he'd been out injured for about 6 of them.