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#51 - Yup, Rooney's a bag of emotions, if Barkley keeps going along …  [+] (19 new replies) 06/22/2014 on T-Bag 0
#52 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
I don't like offensive players as captains. It's more important to have that inspiration in defence rather than attack.

Also, I would first say that I'm a Liverpool fan - and I like him, but I have my opinions about him, I think he doesn't play good enough under pressure. He'll often just "vanish" in important games, and if things doesn't go his way he seems to get discouraged and give up. A captain should just try and try again. I also think he's too unstable performance-wise. I'd much rather have a captain who performs consistently well, like Cahill or Hendo, rather than someone like Sturridge who's either crap or great. (And if you were worried about Hendos age. He's the same age as Sturridge)

Lallana is an option. He's the right age, he is captain at Southampton and has done his shit pretty well there. Only question is whether he's in the starting 11 when Gerrard is gone or not.
#55 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Lallana's a good shout, good leader, Roy didn't give him enough playing time, hopefully he and Shaw and some other younger players who haven't had much of a chance in the pointless Costa Rica match, I'd give Sturridge a chance though, we are an attack minded team, and like you said, he's the same age as Hendo, he could flourish and his disappearing act may fade away
#57 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He could, but so could basically anyone in such a young squad.

Would be silly not to give those who haven't played a chance in the last match.. Roy should just shift focus to the Euro Qualifiers and take the last days in Brazil as a training camp, and the Costa Rica game as a friendly or some shit.
#59 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Costa Rica will beat us anyway, so yeah, lets go full out, Andy Carroll up front I'm a toon fan btw, and he was my favourite player and we've not found a replacement striker half as good as he was since, but thats another matter Shaw, Lallana, Jones, etc
#60 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Nah, you'll never know. Costa Rica are already through. Carroll isn't in the squad is he?

I just hope all the youngsters play. Barkley, Wilshere, Lallana, Sterling, Shaw and Jones. Would be good to put Gerrard on the bench and give Lampard what would probably be his last ever England cap as a captain.
#61 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Did I hallucenate Andy Carroll in the squad? I could've sworn I saw him in the list... shit I looked it up and hes not, 2am is clearly disagreeing with me
#68 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He was in the preliminary, and is on standby - but he wasn't named for the final squad.
#71 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose theres no room for him, wouldnt have made much sense, we dont really have any great goalscorers come to think of it, Lambert maybe but he's in the twilight of his career.
#72 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Jay Rodriguez and Sturridge isn't that bad. And Rooney, at least for Man United.

Carroll is only a feasible option in desperate times imo. He needs to have a team built around him to function properly. Lambert is a better option since he can do other things than just be an aerial threat.
#73 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Do you like the Lambert signing? How do you fit him in that team with SAS?
#78 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Lambert is an excellent squad player. Maybe a bit expensive considering his age, but all in all I think it's ok. We needed someone who could provide us with something different when we face opposition who just park the bus. Lambert will provide us with a player who can actually win in the air, and who can perhaps also shoot from distance. Hes also a good passer. He's not fast tho, that's his big minus. But we do have enough pace in our team even with him on the field.

He'll also help with our consistency (since I already mentioned that I feel that Sturridge is too inconsistent), and since we're going to play a lot more games this season he'll also be a player who can play when others need to rest, and still do a more than good enough job.
#79 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I'm not sure its the best move for him though, apart from the whole boyhood club thing, he'll spend what couldve been his best years as a rotation player
#77 - Lambert (06/22/2014) [-]
I think Lambert signing is the greatest thing to ever happen.
#56 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
*Play in the pointless Costa Rica match
#82 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Couldn't reply to the other any more.

Nah, he'll play plenty, and he'll play on a higher level than if he didn't go to Liverpool. Seriously, which top club would want to sign a player who might be over the top and who's only got two top flight seasons for that price? He could've stayed at Southampton and fight to avoid relegation next season, or he could move on. If he proves that he's good enough he'll probably play in the important matches as well.
#84 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I just hope he doesnt pull a Stewart Downing, or a Charlie Adam, or a Victor Moses etc etc
#85 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Victor Moses was just shit, wasn't he? I think Charlie Adam was good, it was just that in Liverpool he had to have defensive responsibility, and you could see even more clearly what he was lacking in tempo. It was brutal. Stewart Downing was just a big fail in Liverpool wasn't he, but I think a lot is Dalglish' fault. He used him consistently on the right side when we bought him to cross into the box with his left foot on the head of Carroll. That fucked them both over tbh.
#86 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I hate it when a team buys a midfielder and completely changes their role, like I understand you have to adapt but Adam was always an attacker, you cant just switch his style completely, similar for Fellaini, not that you can defend his season but he loves going forward, look at the other day for Belgium, I dont think he ever got that far up the pitch for Man U all season long!
#87 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's annoying. Adam was nearly used as a centre forward at times for Blackpool tho, and in Liverpool, who's not actually just giving away goals at the back like Blackpool did, a midfielder (which Adam was at least on paper) need to work both ways. I think Blackpool scored 5th most goals in the BPL that season (80 goals if I remember correctly), and still ended up 19th.

For Everton they simply adapted when Fellaini went forward, and someone covered the room he left. In Man United tho the offensive players, or the fullbacks, didn't care to do it - so he didn't have the same opportunities like he had in Everton. I think it's strange that Moyes didn't know that. I'm not really surprised how he performed in the role he had in United, as a pure defensive midfielder. He was always too slow, and in attack he can more effectively utilize his own physique. Maybe United should try him as a centre back...
#48 - Cahill out of those 3, Henderson seems too young and I hate Jo…  [+] (21 new replies) 06/22/2014 on T-Bag 0
#50 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
True. Cahill and Hendo are players who lead by example tho. Hendo was also captain of the U21s.

Imo Wilshere, Barkley and Henderson are all potential future captains with a bit more experience, but I agree with you - there are not any authoritative figures or leaders like Gerrard, Lampard or Terry in the squad any more. Although a new captain has to be selected, and I reckon it'll be done when Gerrard retires from international football. Which I'm betting is within a year. Let's just hope Roy doesn't give it to Rooney.
#51 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Yup, Rooney's a bag of emotions, if Barkley keeps going along the path he's headed that's very exciting, Wilshere seems to be missing that edge and has a few issues but he's still young, what about Sturridge? He seems quite passionate, he's the only player who's apology seemed convincing enough IMO
#52 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
I don't like offensive players as captains. It's more important to have that inspiration in defence rather than attack.

Also, I would first say that I'm a Liverpool fan - and I like him, but I have my opinions about him, I think he doesn't play good enough under pressure. He'll often just "vanish" in important games, and if things doesn't go his way he seems to get discouraged and give up. A captain should just try and try again. I also think he's too unstable performance-wise. I'd much rather have a captain who performs consistently well, like Cahill or Hendo, rather than someone like Sturridge who's either crap or great. (And if you were worried about Hendos age. He's the same age as Sturridge)

Lallana is an option. He's the right age, he is captain at Southampton and has done his shit pretty well there. Only question is whether he's in the starting 11 when Gerrard is gone or not.
#55 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Lallana's a good shout, good leader, Roy didn't give him enough playing time, hopefully he and Shaw and some other younger players who haven't had much of a chance in the pointless Costa Rica match, I'd give Sturridge a chance though, we are an attack minded team, and like you said, he's the same age as Hendo, he could flourish and his disappearing act may fade away
#57 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He could, but so could basically anyone in such a young squad.

Would be silly not to give those who haven't played a chance in the last match.. Roy should just shift focus to the Euro Qualifiers and take the last days in Brazil as a training camp, and the Costa Rica game as a friendly or some shit.
#59 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Costa Rica will beat us anyway, so yeah, lets go full out, Andy Carroll up front I'm a toon fan btw, and he was my favourite player and we've not found a replacement striker half as good as he was since, but thats another matter Shaw, Lallana, Jones, etc
#60 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Nah, you'll never know. Costa Rica are already through. Carroll isn't in the squad is he?

I just hope all the youngsters play. Barkley, Wilshere, Lallana, Sterling, Shaw and Jones. Would be good to put Gerrard on the bench and give Lampard what would probably be his last ever England cap as a captain.
#61 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Did I hallucenate Andy Carroll in the squad? I could've sworn I saw him in the list... shit I looked it up and hes not, 2am is clearly disagreeing with me
#68 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He was in the preliminary, and is on standby - but he wasn't named for the final squad.
#71 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose theres no room for him, wouldnt have made much sense, we dont really have any great goalscorers come to think of it, Lambert maybe but he's in the twilight of his career.
#72 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Jay Rodriguez and Sturridge isn't that bad. And Rooney, at least for Man United.

Carroll is only a feasible option in desperate times imo. He needs to have a team built around him to function properly. Lambert is a better option since he can do other things than just be an aerial threat.
#73 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Do you like the Lambert signing? How do you fit him in that team with SAS?
#78 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Lambert is an excellent squad player. Maybe a bit expensive considering his age, but all in all I think it's ok. We needed someone who could provide us with something different when we face opposition who just park the bus. Lambert will provide us with a player who can actually win in the air, and who can perhaps also shoot from distance. Hes also a good passer. He's not fast tho, that's his big minus. But we do have enough pace in our team even with him on the field.

He'll also help with our consistency (since I already mentioned that I feel that Sturridge is too inconsistent), and since we're going to play a lot more games this season he'll also be a player who can play when others need to rest, and still do a more than good enough job.
#79 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I'm not sure its the best move for him though, apart from the whole boyhood club thing, he'll spend what couldve been his best years as a rotation player
#77 - Lambert (06/22/2014) [-]
I think Lambert signing is the greatest thing to ever happen.
#56 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
*Play in the pointless Costa Rica match
#82 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Couldn't reply to the other any more.

Nah, he'll play plenty, and he'll play on a higher level than if he didn't go to Liverpool. Seriously, which top club would want to sign a player who might be over the top and who's only got two top flight seasons for that price? He could've stayed at Southampton and fight to avoid relegation next season, or he could move on. If he proves that he's good enough he'll probably play in the important matches as well.
#84 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I just hope he doesnt pull a Stewart Downing, or a Charlie Adam, or a Victor Moses etc etc
#85 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Victor Moses was just shit, wasn't he? I think Charlie Adam was good, it was just that in Liverpool he had to have defensive responsibility, and you could see even more clearly what he was lacking in tempo. It was brutal. Stewart Downing was just a big fail in Liverpool wasn't he, but I think a lot is Dalglish' fault. He used him consistently on the right side when we bought him to cross into the box with his left foot on the head of Carroll. That fucked them both over tbh.
#86 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I hate it when a team buys a midfielder and completely changes their role, like I understand you have to adapt but Adam was always an attacker, you cant just switch his style completely, similar for Fellaini, not that you can defend his season but he loves going forward, look at the other day for Belgium, I dont think he ever got that far up the pitch for Man U all season long!
#87 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's annoying. Adam was nearly used as a centre forward at times for Blackpool tho, and in Liverpool, who's not actually just giving away goals at the back like Blackpool did, a midfielder (which Adam was at least on paper) need to work both ways. I think Blackpool scored 5th most goals in the BPL that season (80 goals if I remember correctly), and still ended up 19th.

For Everton they simply adapted when Fellaini went forward, and someone covered the room he left. In Man United tho the offensive players, or the fullbacks, didn't care to do it - so he didn't have the same opportunities like he had in Everton. I think it's strange that Moyes didn't know that. I'm not really surprised how he performed in the role he had in United, as a pure defensive midfielder. He was always too slow, and in attack he can more effectively utilize his own physique. Maybe United should try him as a centre back...
#46 - Defense was shoddy, hopefully Phil Jones develops into a bette…  [+] (23 new replies) 06/21/2014 on T-Bag 0
#47 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Man United need to use Jones as a centre back. They're destroying him the way they're just moving him around now.

I would probably pick Cahill. Him and Henderson (and perhaps Hart) are the only two (three) candidates imo, and since Cahill is better, older and more experienced I think he's the right choice. Rooney will probably be pissed off, but then he should be performing better at the national team. Also, I prefer the captain to be a defensive player.

I reckon Gerrard will withdraw. He'll be 36 for the 2016 Euros, and then he'll be in no shape to do anything other than be a ball dispenser in the midfield. And if he doesn't I'll find it strange if Hodgson does continue to select him.
#48 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Cahill out of those 3, Henderson seems too young and I hate Joe Hart, trouble is there's no obvious choice for captain, noone with a great reputation or bright personality
#50 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
True. Cahill and Hendo are players who lead by example tho. Hendo was also captain of the U21s.

Imo Wilshere, Barkley and Henderson are all potential future captains with a bit more experience, but I agree with you - there are not any authoritative figures or leaders like Gerrard, Lampard or Terry in the squad any more. Although a new captain has to be selected, and I reckon it'll be done when Gerrard retires from international football. Which I'm betting is within a year. Let's just hope Roy doesn't give it to Rooney.
#51 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Yup, Rooney's a bag of emotions, if Barkley keeps going along the path he's headed that's very exciting, Wilshere seems to be missing that edge and has a few issues but he's still young, what about Sturridge? He seems quite passionate, he's the only player who's apology seemed convincing enough IMO
#52 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
I don't like offensive players as captains. It's more important to have that inspiration in defence rather than attack.

Also, I would first say that I'm a Liverpool fan - and I like him, but I have my opinions about him, I think he doesn't play good enough under pressure. He'll often just "vanish" in important games, and if things doesn't go his way he seems to get discouraged and give up. A captain should just try and try again. I also think he's too unstable performance-wise. I'd much rather have a captain who performs consistently well, like Cahill or Hendo, rather than someone like Sturridge who's either crap or great. (And if you were worried about Hendos age. He's the same age as Sturridge)

Lallana is an option. He's the right age, he is captain at Southampton and has done his shit pretty well there. Only question is whether he's in the starting 11 when Gerrard is gone or not.
#55 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Lallana's a good shout, good leader, Roy didn't give him enough playing time, hopefully he and Shaw and some other younger players who haven't had much of a chance in the pointless Costa Rica match, I'd give Sturridge a chance though, we are an attack minded team, and like you said, he's the same age as Hendo, he could flourish and his disappearing act may fade away
#57 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He could, but so could basically anyone in such a young squad.

Would be silly not to give those who haven't played a chance in the last match.. Roy should just shift focus to the Euro Qualifiers and take the last days in Brazil as a training camp, and the Costa Rica game as a friendly or some shit.
#59 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Costa Rica will beat us anyway, so yeah, lets go full out, Andy Carroll up front I'm a toon fan btw, and he was my favourite player and we've not found a replacement striker half as good as he was since, but thats another matter Shaw, Lallana, Jones, etc
#60 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Nah, you'll never know. Costa Rica are already through. Carroll isn't in the squad is he?

I just hope all the youngsters play. Barkley, Wilshere, Lallana, Sterling, Shaw and Jones. Would be good to put Gerrard on the bench and give Lampard what would probably be his last ever England cap as a captain.
#61 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Did I hallucenate Andy Carroll in the squad? I could've sworn I saw him in the list... shit I looked it up and hes not, 2am is clearly disagreeing with me
#68 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He was in the preliminary, and is on standby - but he wasn't named for the final squad.
#71 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose theres no room for him, wouldnt have made much sense, we dont really have any great goalscorers come to think of it, Lambert maybe but he's in the twilight of his career.
#72 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Jay Rodriguez and Sturridge isn't that bad. And Rooney, at least for Man United.

Carroll is only a feasible option in desperate times imo. He needs to have a team built around him to function properly. Lambert is a better option since he can do other things than just be an aerial threat.
#73 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Do you like the Lambert signing? How do you fit him in that team with SAS?
#78 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Lambert is an excellent squad player. Maybe a bit expensive considering his age, but all in all I think it's ok. We needed someone who could provide us with something different when we face opposition who just park the bus. Lambert will provide us with a player who can actually win in the air, and who can perhaps also shoot from distance. Hes also a good passer. He's not fast tho, that's his big minus. But we do have enough pace in our team even with him on the field.

He'll also help with our consistency (since I already mentioned that I feel that Sturridge is too inconsistent), and since we're going to play a lot more games this season he'll also be a player who can play when others need to rest, and still do a more than good enough job.
#79 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I'm not sure its the best move for him though, apart from the whole boyhood club thing, he'll spend what couldve been his best years as a rotation player
#77 - Lambert (06/22/2014) [-]
I think Lambert signing is the greatest thing to ever happen.
#56 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
*Play in the pointless Costa Rica match
#82 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Couldn't reply to the other any more.

Nah, he'll play plenty, and he'll play on a higher level than if he didn't go to Liverpool. Seriously, which top club would want to sign a player who might be over the top and who's only got two top flight seasons for that price? He could've stayed at Southampton and fight to avoid relegation next season, or he could move on. If he proves that he's good enough he'll probably play in the important matches as well.
#84 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I just hope he doesnt pull a Stewart Downing, or a Charlie Adam, or a Victor Moses etc etc
#85 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Victor Moses was just shit, wasn't he? I think Charlie Adam was good, it was just that in Liverpool he had to have defensive responsibility, and you could see even more clearly what he was lacking in tempo. It was brutal. Stewart Downing was just a big fail in Liverpool wasn't he, but I think a lot is Dalglish' fault. He used him consistently on the right side when we bought him to cross into the box with his left foot on the head of Carroll. That fucked them both over tbh.
#86 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I hate it when a team buys a midfielder and completely changes their role, like I understand you have to adapt but Adam was always an attacker, you cant just switch his style completely, similar for Fellaini, not that you can defend his season but he loves going forward, look at the other day for Belgium, I dont think he ever got that far up the pitch for Man U all season long!
#87 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's annoying. Adam was nearly used as a centre forward at times for Blackpool tho, and in Liverpool, who's not actually just giving away goals at the back like Blackpool did, a midfielder (which Adam was at least on paper) need to work both ways. I think Blackpool scored 5th most goals in the BPL that season (80 goals if I remember correctly), and still ended up 19th.

For Everton they simply adapted when Fellaini went forward, and someone covered the room he left. In Man United tho the offensive players, or the fullbacks, didn't care to do it - so he didn't have the same opportunities like he had in Everton. I think it's strange that Moyes didn't know that. I'm not really surprised how he performed in the role he had in United, as a pure defensive midfielder. He was always too slow, and in attack he can more effectively utilize his own physique. Maybe United should try him as a centre back...
#43 - Exactly, the team has a good young core, I especially enjoyed …  [+] (25 new replies) 06/21/2014 on T-Bag 0
#45 - gerfox (06/21/2014) [-]
Yes. England needs to get good defensive players tho. Cahill is a good centre back, but neither Jagielka nor Johnson are good enough, and Baines has been disappointing this world cup imo. Gerrard is also getting old. Will be exciting to see who will the void.
#46 - buymemilk (06/21/2014) [-]
Defense was shoddy, hopefully Phil Jones develops into a better defender, Gerrard should retire from international football but I don't who to pick for captain in his place...
#47 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Man United need to use Jones as a centre back. They're destroying him the way they're just moving him around now.

I would probably pick Cahill. Him and Henderson (and perhaps Hart) are the only two (three) candidates imo, and since Cahill is better, older and more experienced I think he's the right choice. Rooney will probably be pissed off, but then he should be performing better at the national team. Also, I prefer the captain to be a defensive player.

I reckon Gerrard will withdraw. He'll be 36 for the 2016 Euros, and then he'll be in no shape to do anything other than be a ball dispenser in the midfield. And if he doesn't I'll find it strange if Hodgson does continue to select him.
#48 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Cahill out of those 3, Henderson seems too young and I hate Joe Hart, trouble is there's no obvious choice for captain, noone with a great reputation or bright personality
#50 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
True. Cahill and Hendo are players who lead by example tho. Hendo was also captain of the U21s.

Imo Wilshere, Barkley and Henderson are all potential future captains with a bit more experience, but I agree with you - there are not any authoritative figures or leaders like Gerrard, Lampard or Terry in the squad any more. Although a new captain has to be selected, and I reckon it'll be done when Gerrard retires from international football. Which I'm betting is within a year. Let's just hope Roy doesn't give it to Rooney.
#51 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Yup, Rooney's a bag of emotions, if Barkley keeps going along the path he's headed that's very exciting, Wilshere seems to be missing that edge and has a few issues but he's still young, what about Sturridge? He seems quite passionate, he's the only player who's apology seemed convincing enough IMO
#52 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
I don't like offensive players as captains. It's more important to have that inspiration in defence rather than attack.

Also, I would first say that I'm a Liverpool fan - and I like him, but I have my opinions about him, I think he doesn't play good enough under pressure. He'll often just "vanish" in important games, and if things doesn't go his way he seems to get discouraged and give up. A captain should just try and try again. I also think he's too unstable performance-wise. I'd much rather have a captain who performs consistently well, like Cahill or Hendo, rather than someone like Sturridge who's either crap or great. (And if you were worried about Hendos age. He's the same age as Sturridge)

Lallana is an option. He's the right age, he is captain at Southampton and has done his shit pretty well there. Only question is whether he's in the starting 11 when Gerrard is gone or not.
#55 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Lallana's a good shout, good leader, Roy didn't give him enough playing time, hopefully he and Shaw and some other younger players who haven't had much of a chance in the pointless Costa Rica match, I'd give Sturridge a chance though, we are an attack minded team, and like you said, he's the same age as Hendo, he could flourish and his disappearing act may fade away
#57 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He could, but so could basically anyone in such a young squad.

Would be silly not to give those who haven't played a chance in the last match.. Roy should just shift focus to the Euro Qualifiers and take the last days in Brazil as a training camp, and the Costa Rica game as a friendly or some shit.
#59 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Costa Rica will beat us anyway, so yeah, lets go full out, Andy Carroll up front I'm a toon fan btw, and he was my favourite player and we've not found a replacement striker half as good as he was since, but thats another matter Shaw, Lallana, Jones, etc
#60 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Nah, you'll never know. Costa Rica are already through. Carroll isn't in the squad is he?

I just hope all the youngsters play. Barkley, Wilshere, Lallana, Sterling, Shaw and Jones. Would be good to put Gerrard on the bench and give Lampard what would probably be his last ever England cap as a captain.
#61 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Did I hallucenate Andy Carroll in the squad? I could've sworn I saw him in the list... shit I looked it up and hes not, 2am is clearly disagreeing with me
#68 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He was in the preliminary, and is on standby - but he wasn't named for the final squad.
#71 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose theres no room for him, wouldnt have made much sense, we dont really have any great goalscorers come to think of it, Lambert maybe but he's in the twilight of his career.
#72 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Jay Rodriguez and Sturridge isn't that bad. And Rooney, at least for Man United.

Carroll is only a feasible option in desperate times imo. He needs to have a team built around him to function properly. Lambert is a better option since he can do other things than just be an aerial threat.
#73 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Do you like the Lambert signing? How do you fit him in that team with SAS?
#78 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Lambert is an excellent squad player. Maybe a bit expensive considering his age, but all in all I think it's ok. We needed someone who could provide us with something different when we face opposition who just park the bus. Lambert will provide us with a player who can actually win in the air, and who can perhaps also shoot from distance. Hes also a good passer. He's not fast tho, that's his big minus. But we do have enough pace in our team even with him on the field.

He'll also help with our consistency (since I already mentioned that I feel that Sturridge is too inconsistent), and since we're going to play a lot more games this season he'll also be a player who can play when others need to rest, and still do a more than good enough job.
#79 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I'm not sure its the best move for him though, apart from the whole boyhood club thing, he'll spend what couldve been his best years as a rotation player
#77 - Lambert (06/22/2014) [-]
I think Lambert signing is the greatest thing to ever happen.
#56 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
*Play in the pointless Costa Rica match
#82 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Couldn't reply to the other any more.

Nah, he'll play plenty, and he'll play on a higher level than if he didn't go to Liverpool. Seriously, which top club would want to sign a player who might be over the top and who's only got two top flight seasons for that price? He could've stayed at Southampton and fight to avoid relegation next season, or he could move on. If he proves that he's good enough he'll probably play in the important matches as well.
#84 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I just hope he doesnt pull a Stewart Downing, or a Charlie Adam, or a Victor Moses etc etc
#85 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Victor Moses was just shit, wasn't he? I think Charlie Adam was good, it was just that in Liverpool he had to have defensive responsibility, and you could see even more clearly what he was lacking in tempo. It was brutal. Stewart Downing was just a big fail in Liverpool wasn't he, but I think a lot is Dalglish' fault. He used him consistently on the right side when we bought him to cross into the box with his left foot on the head of Carroll. That fucked them both over tbh.
#86 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I hate it when a team buys a midfielder and completely changes their role, like I understand you have to adapt but Adam was always an attacker, you cant just switch his style completely, similar for Fellaini, not that you can defend his season but he loves going forward, look at the other day for Belgium, I dont think he ever got that far up the pitch for Man U all season long!
#87 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's annoying. Adam was nearly used as a centre forward at times for Blackpool tho, and in Liverpool, who's not actually just giving away goals at the back like Blackpool did, a midfielder (which Adam was at least on paper) need to work both ways. I think Blackpool scored 5th most goals in the BPL that season (80 goals if I remember correctly), and still ended up 19th.

For Everton they simply adapted when Fellaini went forward, and someone covered the room he left. In Man United tho the offensive players, or the fullbacks, didn't care to do it - so he didn't have the same opportunities like he had in Everton. I think it's strange that Moyes didn't know that. I'm not really surprised how he performed in the role he had in United, as a pure defensive midfielder. He was always too slow, and in attack he can more effectively utilize his own physique. Maybe United should try him as a centre back...
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#41 - gerfox (06/21/2014) [-]
Nah, it's not wrong. England has a very young team, and in 4 years a lot of these players will have developed immensely.

Also, it seems like Liverpool are trying to sweep in most of the national team (already having so many there, and showing great interest in primarily Lallana right now), which can be positive for the next championship. If the national team players are able to create connections on a club level they can transfer that to national team level.
#43 - buymemilk (06/21/2014) [-]
Exactly, the team has a good young core, I especially enjoyed watching Sterling and Barkley, a lot can change in 4 years but for now lets enjoy the rest of this amazing tournament.
#45 - gerfox (06/21/2014) [-]
Yes. England needs to get good defensive players tho. Cahill is a good centre back, but neither Jagielka nor Johnson are good enough, and Baines has been disappointing this world cup imo. Gerrard is also getting old. Will be exciting to see who will the void.
#46 - buymemilk (06/21/2014) [-]
Defense was shoddy, hopefully Phil Jones develops into a better defender, Gerrard should retire from international football but I don't who to pick for captain in his place...
#47 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Man United need to use Jones as a centre back. They're destroying him the way they're just moving him around now.

I would probably pick Cahill. Him and Henderson (and perhaps Hart) are the only two (three) candidates imo, and since Cahill is better, older and more experienced I think he's the right choice. Rooney will probably be pissed off, but then he should be performing better at the national team. Also, I prefer the captain to be a defensive player.

I reckon Gerrard will withdraw. He'll be 36 for the 2016 Euros, and then he'll be in no shape to do anything other than be a ball dispenser in the midfield. And if he doesn't I'll find it strange if Hodgson does continue to select him.
#48 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Cahill out of those 3, Henderson seems too young and I hate Joe Hart, trouble is there's no obvious choice for captain, noone with a great reputation or bright personality
#50 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
True. Cahill and Hendo are players who lead by example tho. Hendo was also captain of the U21s.

Imo Wilshere, Barkley and Henderson are all potential future captains with a bit more experience, but I agree with you - there are not any authoritative figures or leaders like Gerrard, Lampard or Terry in the squad any more. Although a new captain has to be selected, and I reckon it'll be done when Gerrard retires from international football. Which I'm betting is within a year. Let's just hope Roy doesn't give it to Rooney.
#51 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Yup, Rooney's a bag of emotions, if Barkley keeps going along the path he's headed that's very exciting, Wilshere seems to be missing that edge and has a few issues but he's still young, what about Sturridge? He seems quite passionate, he's the only player who's apology seemed convincing enough IMO
#52 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
I don't like offensive players as captains. It's more important to have that inspiration in defence rather than attack.

Also, I would first say that I'm a Liverpool fan - and I like him, but I have my opinions about him, I think he doesn't play good enough under pressure. He'll often just "vanish" in important games, and if things doesn't go his way he seems to get discouraged and give up. A captain should just try and try again. I also think he's too unstable performance-wise. I'd much rather have a captain who performs consistently well, like Cahill or Hendo, rather than someone like Sturridge who's either crap or great. (And if you were worried about Hendos age. He's the same age as Sturridge)

Lallana is an option. He's the right age, he is captain at Southampton and has done his shit pretty well there. Only question is whether he's in the starting 11 when Gerrard is gone or not.
#55 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Lallana's a good shout, good leader, Roy didn't give him enough playing time, hopefully he and Shaw and some other younger players who haven't had much of a chance in the pointless Costa Rica match, I'd give Sturridge a chance though, we are an attack minded team, and like you said, he's the same age as Hendo, he could flourish and his disappearing act may fade away
#57 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He could, but so could basically anyone in such a young squad.

Would be silly not to give those who haven't played a chance in the last match.. Roy should just shift focus to the Euro Qualifiers and take the last days in Brazil as a training camp, and the Costa Rica game as a friendly or some shit.
#59 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Costa Rica will beat us anyway, so yeah, lets go full out, Andy Carroll up front I'm a toon fan btw, and he was my favourite player and we've not found a replacement striker half as good as he was since, but thats another matter Shaw, Lallana, Jones, etc
#60 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Nah, you'll never know. Costa Rica are already through. Carroll isn't in the squad is he?

I just hope all the youngsters play. Barkley, Wilshere, Lallana, Sterling, Shaw and Jones. Would be good to put Gerrard on the bench and give Lampard what would probably be his last ever England cap as a captain.
#61 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Did I hallucenate Andy Carroll in the squad? I could've sworn I saw him in the list... shit I looked it up and hes not, 2am is clearly disagreeing with me
#68 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
He was in the preliminary, and is on standby - but he wasn't named for the final squad.
#71 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose theres no room for him, wouldnt have made much sense, we dont really have any great goalscorers come to think of it, Lambert maybe but he's in the twilight of his career.
#72 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Jay Rodriguez and Sturridge isn't that bad. And Rooney, at least for Man United.

Carroll is only a feasible option in desperate times imo. He needs to have a team built around him to function properly. Lambert is a better option since he can do other things than just be an aerial threat.
#73 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
Do you like the Lambert signing? How do you fit him in that team with SAS?
#78 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Lambert is an excellent squad player. Maybe a bit expensive considering his age, but all in all I think it's ok. We needed someone who could provide us with something different when we face opposition who just park the bus. Lambert will provide us with a player who can actually win in the air, and who can perhaps also shoot from distance. Hes also a good passer. He's not fast tho, that's his big minus. But we do have enough pace in our team even with him on the field.

He'll also help with our consistency (since I already mentioned that I feel that Sturridge is too inconsistent), and since we're going to play a lot more games this season he'll also be a player who can play when others need to rest, and still do a more than good enough job.
#79 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I'm not sure its the best move for him though, apart from the whole boyhood club thing, he'll spend what couldve been his best years as a rotation player
#77 - Lambert (06/22/2014) [-]
I think Lambert signing is the greatest thing to ever happen.
#56 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
*Play in the pointless Costa Rica match
#82 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Couldn't reply to the other any more.

Nah, he'll play plenty, and he'll play on a higher level than if he didn't go to Liverpool. Seriously, which top club would want to sign a player who might be over the top and who's only got two top flight seasons for that price? He could've stayed at Southampton and fight to avoid relegation next season, or he could move on. If he proves that he's good enough he'll probably play in the important matches as well.
#84 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I suppose, I just hope he doesnt pull a Stewart Downing, or a Charlie Adam, or a Victor Moses etc etc
#85 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Well, Victor Moses was just shit, wasn't he? I think Charlie Adam was good, it was just that in Liverpool he had to have defensive responsibility, and you could see even more clearly what he was lacking in tempo. It was brutal. Stewart Downing was just a big fail in Liverpool wasn't he, but I think a lot is Dalglish' fault. He used him consistently on the right side when we bought him to cross into the box with his left foot on the head of Carroll. That fucked them both over tbh.
#86 - buymemilk (06/22/2014) [-]
I hate it when a team buys a midfielder and completely changes their role, like I understand you have to adapt but Adam was always an attacker, you cant just switch his style completely, similar for Fellaini, not that you can defend his season but he loves going forward, look at the other day for Belgium, I dont think he ever got that far up the pitch for Man U all season long!
#87 - gerfox (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's annoying. Adam was nearly used as a centre forward at times for Blackpool tho, and in Liverpool, who's not actually just giving away goals at the back like Blackpool did, a midfielder (which Adam was at least on paper) need to work both ways. I think Blackpool scored 5th most goals in the BPL that season (80 goals if I remember correctly), and still ended up 19th.

For Everton they simply adapted when Fellaini went forward, and someone covered the room he left. In Man United tho the offensive players, or the fullbacks, didn't care to do it - so he didn't have the same opportunities like he had in Everton. I think it's strange that Moyes didn't know that. I'm not really surprised how he performed in the role he had in United, as a pure defensive midfielder. He was always too slow, and in attack he can more effectively utilize his own physique. Maybe United should try him as a centre back...
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Alreet, am gannin wit all me loot like!
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#23 - buymemilk (06/20/2014) [-]
Okay I digs yo unlucky hour, how much paper is i suppos' to brang? We catchin a flick or... I'm sorry can we talk normally my brain hurts
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Alreet, am gannin wit all me loot like!
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#21 - buymemilk (06/20/2014) [-]
Fair enough, it's just that getting to yours may be awkward, but i'm sure we can sort it out tomoz, anyway you 2 cockwombles havin fun?
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Yo, bitch nigga, we gons be leevin' after the unluckiest motherfucker of an hour.

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#23 - buymemilk (06/20/2014) [-]
Okay I digs yo unlucky hour, how much paper is i suppos' to brang? We catchin a flick or... I'm sorry can we talk normally my brain hurts
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We can watch a film, yeah, and just bring as much as ya can carry, ya wee bastard
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Alreet, am gannin wit all me loot like!
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