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    Imagine what Aguero's numbers would look like without all his injuries. Absolutely fantastic finisher.


    The amount of times he just smashes it high near post instead of going across the keeper.................take note Salah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justme View Post
    l will swap you Aspas for Sean Dundee
    As well as having lots of world class players during the PL era, we've also had some utter crud, which unfortunately has been one of, if not the main reason(s) we've been waiting so long for a league title.

    Gerrard, Hyypia, Mascherano, Owen, Fowler, McManaman, Alonso, Reina, Suarez, Torres etc.

    Poulsen, Konchesky, Kromkamp, Karius, Piechnik, Nunez, Kvarme, Jovanovic, Diomede etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toneata View Post
    Imagine what Aguero's numbers would look like without all his injuries. Absolutely fantastic finisher.


    The amount of times he just smashes it high near post instead of going across the keeper.................take note Salah!
    Imagine what a fit Fowler's numbers would be in our current team.

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    ...not a mention of Acquilani (spell)
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    Quote Originally Posted by worldpanel View Post
    ...not a mention of Acquilani (spell)
    He's in the physios team, which includes Matip Sturridge and a few more sicknotes.
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    I thought the answer to all these polls is Peter Crouch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toneata View Post
    Imagine what Aguero's numbers would look like without all his injuries. Absolutely fantastic finisher.


    The amount of times he just smashes it high near post instead of going across the keeper.................take note Salah!
    There is relevance in everything, he has spent 10 years playing in THE most expensively assembled 'bought off the peg' teams in the Premier League, so he's not been operating on an equal footing to every other striker throughout his time
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    Surely Shearer

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    Had to be Suarez, at the risk of the usual disparaging comments, I was the best player I'd ever been at the grand old age of 39, wishing I had the fitness levels of my teens to late 20's playing 5 a side and the player I would have likened myself would have been Suarez but that was before I'd ever seen Suarez play, and I was thinking about it, but what was in my game then was all hugely practiced, for four hours twice a week together with playing for an hour twice a week, receiving the ball on either foot, body shape, change of direction, giving the appearance of doing one thing while being about to do something else, huge variety of finishes with either foot, instep and outstep but that was a culmination of practicing for 8 hours a week on those things plus working on and rehearsing all the best tricks, changes of direction, turns, changes of feet and finishes and techniques of striking the ball from all the best youtubes of Torres, Benzema and Villa, they didn't have each others tricks, they had their own tricks, Suarez had the combined trickery changes of direction, changes of feet, body shape, deception and finishes of all 3 put together
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nineteenx View Post
    Had to be Suarez, at the risk of the usual disparaging comments, I was the best player I'd ever been at the grand old age of 39, wishing I had the fitness levels of my teens to late 20's playing 5 a side and the player I would have likened myself would have been Suarez but that was before I'd ever seen Suarez play, and I was thinking about it, but what was in my game then was all hugely practiced, for four hours twice a week together with playing for an hour twice a week, receiving the ball on either foot, body shape, change of direction, giving the appearance of doing one thing while being about to do something else, huge variety of finishes with either foot, instep and outstep but that was a culmination of practicing for 8 hours a week on those things plus working on and rehearsing all the best tricks, changes of direction, turns, changes of feet and finishes and techniques of striking the ball from all the best youtubes of Torres, Benzema and Villa, they didn't have each others tricks, they had their own tricks, Suarez had the combined trickery changes of direction, changes of feet, body shape, deception and finishes of all 3 put together
    The big question is though.... Was Suárez as GOOD as you?
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