lol nice mind games, it won't be easy at all for us, City have a massive squad and have enough cover.I can't see anything other than a Liverpool win. Home advantage, fully fit squad and flying high at the top of the table.
Anything else will be a good result for City.
Not mind games at all, and I never said it would be easy. But as this fixture goes, Liverpool at home should win given the players out for City and current form.lol nice mind games, it won't be easy at all for us, City have a massive squad and have enough cover.
Plus we haven't a fully fit squad, Matip is out and would be a starter been our best defender this season.
Yep, totally overrated. One standout season going by those stats, not that I use stats to form an opinion on a player.
1 standout season and 2 very good seasons. Followed by a series of injuries last season. How good do you want him to be?Yep, totally overrated. One standout season going by those stats, not that I use stats to form an opinion on a player.
You summed him up well, when you described him as a good player. He’s nothing more and never will be.
Ali was missing in action during the CL final as he was at Anfield a few weeks back.bet he rates Chamberlain higher
Alli has scored last 2 prem games he will get 15+ a season if he stays fit and plays behind kane
So, he got voted Young Player of the Year twice.1 standout season and 2 very good seasons. Followed by a series of injuries last season. How good do you want him to be?
I guess his fellow pro's also rate him since they twice voted him Young Player of the Year.
You're barometer for what makes a young midfielder must be very high.
It's all opinions at the end of the day.So, he got voted Young Player of the Year twice.
That's almost typical Tottenham - rest on your laurels. If you want to be a 'top' player you have to build on that and put in consistent performances game in game out - like Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes and Lampard did.
He was "non-existant" against Liverpool in the CL final, as he was against them a few weeks back. If you can't influence huge games like that on a regular basis then don't expect fans of other clubs to acknowledge this type of player as anything other than 'good'.