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Roman, please:
(he scored five times this weekend...)

Athletico's shirt sponsor is the nation of Azerbaijan?
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Athletico's shirt sponsor is the nation of Azerbaijan?

Obviously yes..
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He's apparently developed issues w/ José too. But good to see him hitting form again while Modric is still strong too.

Wouldnt you if you were substituted out of every match you've ever played for the club?


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Can someone explain why Robin van Persie is still healthy? At Arsenal he was injured all the time it seemed. I thought the trade would be a dud because he would always be in the cycle of getting injured, healing, trying to get back to form, getting injured again, etc. I was wrong.

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Honestly, I think their physios are just absolute shit. RVP is not the first player to be plagued by injuries at Arsenal and remain (relatively) unscathed at his new club.


He's been an injury nightmare his entire career. In fact, last season I was waiting the who time for him to tweak something. Amazed it didn't happen. The guy doesnt just miss games, he misses months and months with calf strains and bullshit.

Trust me, he will get injured again. With his career, its overdue.
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Corzorla's was worse, against the Baggies.
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That West Brom defender (Reid?) shouldn't have kicked the air so viciously.
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That West Brom defender (Reid?) shouldn't have kicked the air so viciously.

To be fair,it was windy that day..
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Seriously though ozil plays every single game though and does not have the endurance that cr has, also he has been subbed out a lot less than di maria has lately...

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Wouldnt you if you were substituted out of every match you've ever played for the club?
He's been an injury nightmare his entire career. In fact, last season I was waiting the who time for him to tweak something. Amazed it didn't happen. The guy doesnt just miss games, he misses months and months with calf strains and bullshit.
Trust me, he will get injured again. With his career, its overdue.
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Seriously though ozil plays every single game though and does not have the endurance that cr has, also he has been subbed out a lot less than di maria has lately...

Di maria is a part time player nowadays..
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Di maria is a part time player nowadays..

He is whether he's subbed or not. Most overrated player at RM.
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You obviously have not been watching games, di maria consistently delivers better performances than ozil.  He is getting subbed out because callejon is an incredible threat against tired legs.

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You obviously have not been watching games, di maria consistently delivers better performances than ozil.  He is getting subbed out because callejon is an incredible threat against tired legs.

I have hardly seen him this year. Maybe 12 times in total. None were impressive for the $$ they paid for him. Maybe he's turned it around this season.
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To be fair,it was windy that day..

Thanks for the fair call. The wind explains all.
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Marouane Fellaini is a dirty player. Has been for years. He's elbowed players many times when challenging for a header. He actually hit Shawcross on 3 separate occasions, this is just one:

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