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  1. Perhaps that's the crux of it, Sarri is (albeit indirectly) issuing an ultimatum to the players - play or leave?
  2. 1. Sarri discredits the players 2. We buy Higuain 3. Sarri changes tactics, Higuain starts scoring goals, our form improves and we qualify for CL 4. Sarri is the lord and saviour! Except for one thing, the support of the players; if he's lost the dressing room he's a dead man walking.
  3. I guess the fundamental question is, does Roman trust Sarri at the helm to undertake a rebuild? Or does he go with someone he knows?
  4. One last hurrah with Jose until SFL takes over? Would things really be any worse than they seem to be at the mo?
  5. sorry for the post above - yet again i've been absolute dick and didn't THINK before posting.
  6. "I've seen no money for it, I ain't gonna lie. I've seen no money from the club"
  7. https://www.dcfc.co.uk/news/2019/01/southampton-3-2-2-5-derby-county-2 Mount's pen 7.29
  8. Mislintat would be some coup for us. Also, presenting English football's most "underated" homegrown player, rugby league's Jonathan Hogg.
  9. Troy Deeney with talent hopefully
  10. I seem to recall Bertrand Traore playing well for us as a "false 9" up at Liverpool in 2016, he ran their defensive line ragged that evening... drop deep spin behind rinse repeat. Couldn't say if he plays there for Lyon, or whether he's still suitable for the role however. Liverpool had Kolo Toure playing that night so I guess that may have been a factor as to why he played as well he did. I think that was the night Tammy made his debut. Perhaps lacks Traore's pace... Fekir? Another who could potentially play there, Joelinton?
  11. Gonzalo took the nickname “El Pipita” dubbed after his father, who had the nickname “Pipa”. It has something to do with having a big nose. Apparently the Higuaín brothers (Gonzalo and Federico) both share the nickname “El Pipita” after his father “El Pipa” Higuaín.

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