- Dec 23, 2014
Most Improved Member
United has started splendid once again.
Wasn't ours to begin with.Cancelo is the player I most regret losing in the last 10 years. I'd put him above even Kovacic and Coutinho.
Of course, Cancelo is far more talented than Hakimi.I’d argue Cancelo is probably a more talented player. What made Hakimi special was his physical attributes primarily. However he seemed a great fit for the group. One of the knocks on Cancelo during his time in Italy was his attitude. He didn’t seem to get on with either Spalletti or Allegri. Probably because he wanted to play attacking football and well, this is Italy. Cancelo long term here probably wasn’t sustainable, Hakimi was and that’s why it hurts so much to lose him.
Use to watch more often, but here the States if you really want follow the EPL have to pay extra so now unless it's on for the normal cable forget it. Only in the US could something called "cornhole" be considered a sport, waiting in quite desperation for lawn darts to be in big money sportEvery year I try and get myself excited for EPL matches, and every year I end up giving up after the first weekend.
I think we are seeing the real Grealish, he’s had more than enough time to settle in. He’s just not quality enough to be a consistent starter for City let alone be worth 100 million anything.Haaland did his thing, when City plays fast they are venomous, Haaland will score a thousand goals for them in a decade or less time.
Foden as RW is good for crossing, KDB and Gundogan bossing, while Grealish still looks sluggish. I think he isn't as effective if he doesn't pull the strings, we probably won't see the real Grealish until KdB won't be starting matches anymore and he takes his position