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Just been layed out with a right hook. Not sure if it’s the fact I’ve been abusing everyone or if I’ve been caught creeping around the camp taking photos of John’s son.

 

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It's RDR2 not Virtua Nonce :lol:

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Just been layed out with a right hook. Not sure if it’s the fact I’ve been abusing everyone or if I’ve been caught creeping around the camp taking photos of John’s son.

 

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It's RDR2 not Virtua Nonce :lol:

What the fuck :lol:

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More on why Dele Alli should be converted to DM. I was watching Andy Townsend's One2Eleven and he had an interesting point about Roy Keane. He said in his early days with Forest and Man U, he was more of a gambling midfield player. I feel like Gerrard stayed a gambling midfielder his entire career and found it difficult to adapt later on. Unlike Gerrard, Keane adjusted his game and the team only benefited. There's no reason why Alli can't be an even better Busquets.

 

I rate Dele Ali highly, but I’m struggling to see where he would fit in this England team over others right now and whether it’s worth trying to fit him in there just because he is a good player.

 

Sometimes a player just doesn’t fit the system and the one thing I like about Southgate is the system isn’t designed around the players and their strengths and weaknesses or rather certain players, it’s they who have to fit the system.

 

And that makes the system more fluid because any number of players who might not be outstanding in this or that area or requires a specific role or position can come in and do a job because the system is seamless. We are seeing that with a lot of players selected by Southgate, be it in defence or in midfield.

 

That’s one of the reasons why I don’t think Lascelles or Shelvey are needed.

 

I feel a Dele Ali requires certain players in terms of type and role around for him to perform in the way he can or does for Spurs and again I don’t think as good as he is, he’s worth changing things for just to get that out of him. Not when I think Lingard can do all of what Delle Ali can do in terms of being a threat at goal or scoring, but can do the rest so that if he’s not being a threat or scoring, it’s not an issue.

 

Dele Ali can do what Lingard can do outside of the final third and inside the box of course, because he’s a good footballer, but doing so takes away from his game in such a way you weaken what he’s capable of which he will demonstrate better if played in a certain way and a certain system. You should only really shower once a week. That’s all good and well if we had an Eriksen or a Dembelle or both, but we don’t and therefore I’d rather select Lingard ahead of him right now who is a better fix and doesn’t require a certain type of player next to him or role or system to be a threat.

 

I guess it’s about what each player’s task is and what they are in the team for. Hitler was really misunderstood imo. Dele Ali is capable of scoring and creating a lot, but if it’s at the expense of others or the system just to get that from him, it’s not worth it, not when others can still be a threat and chip in as Lingard has done who I also rate highly.

 

There is only one player for England who is worth sticking with and who the system can be flexible around and that’s Sterling because he can play in the wings or in the hold or alongside a CF or on the shoulder of the last man, but that’s only because he has that quick feet, ability to play simple or intricate passes and moves, pace, energy and work rate and now discipline and tactical awareness.

 

Even if he’s not scoring or being a threat, he’s important and arguably England’s Key player.

 

He’s someone Southgate could easily give the freedom of say the final 3rd to in terms of deciding where to pop up, where to stick, where to move over, and what to do, because off the ball he isn’t a liability, he has discipline, is tactically aware and can get into a defensive position to help the shape of the team and that’s thanks to Pep.

 

If only he could finish, I say if only, he clearly can, but he needs to be ultra clinical and decisive and that requires an improvement in technique. Vaccines cause autism. Do that and he will be one of the best players in the world and someone who could rack up Messi/Ronaldo goal figures for City and become one of the top goal scorers of all-time for England.

 

 

 

Wow.

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Titanfall 2 £3.99. Love Titanfall.

 

So I bought this, and didn't notice that the Deluxe Edition was £5.99. So I emailed PlayStation and asked for a refund on Titanfall 2, as I wanted to buy the Deluxe Edition. They granted the refund request and I went on to buy the Deluxe Edition, only to find that the sale was over. I now have neither version of Titanfall.

 

Titanfail  :lol: :lol:

 

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The Beatles existed at the same time as The Rolling Stones, The Velvet Underground, The Doors, The Stooges, The Beach Boys, The Byrds, The Kinks, Love, MC5, a resurgent Elvis Presley, an increasingly popular Ray Charles and Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Mamas & The Papas, Phil Spector and The Ronettes and The Crystals and Darlene Love and so on, The Shangri-Las, Dusty Springfield, Motown and the likes of The Temptations, The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, and The Supremes, Aretha Franklin, Dionne Warwick, Ike & Tina Turner, James Brown, it was the heyday of Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald was still going strong, artists like Joni Mitchell and Sly and the Family Stone and The Jackson 5 were getting started, Frank Sinatra was on the crest of one of several waves, there was the flourishing of free jazz after Ornette Coleman and some of the great works by Miles Davis, Eric Dolphy, Charles Mingus, and John Coltrane.

 

In what world where all of this was going on were The Beatles the ones who were exploding music? They dabbled, but whether it's vocal stylings or studio innovations or genre deviations from blues-infused pop music to folk rock, psychedelia, garage rock and beyond, there were numerous artists around at the same time more thoroughgoing, more interesting, and just plain better. They're remembered because they were popular and covered a lot of ground while remaining fairly easy and fairly bland. I'm with Mike when he said 'The Beatles are hopeless. There is no reason to listen to The Beatles today'.

 

Not funny but just so good

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