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  • 1973 ranger
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    Tarrabt weighing 19 stone would still influence a game more than Chery

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  • bakes8
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    Originally posted by nasser95 View Post
    nope
    Fair enough bud, have u ever seen him play for Rangers tho?

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  • James1979
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    He'll end up at Cardiff I reckon. Doesn't run around enough for us.

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  • nasser95
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    nope

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  • bakes8
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    Adel

    Clearly we haven't had a Taraabt thread for a few hours, but seeing as the boredom is rising at HQ and the bloke who without doubt is a lazy pig is being bombed out at his latest club.

    Would u take him back right now?

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  • James1979
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    Originally posted by nasser95 View Post
    That one season out of however many he did phenomenally... that for me maximises his overall time as "did well for us"
    You said 5 years ago he did well for us = that season. Anyway, life's too short.

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  • nasser95
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    Originally posted by James1979 View Post
    Did well for us? Slightly underplaying it. You're a stats man but think he scored or assisted 50 of our goals the year we went up
    That one season out of however many he did phenomenally... that for me maximises his overall time as "did well for us"

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  • nasser95
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    Originally posted by West Acton View Post
    No point of Henry and cousins both playing to deep one needs to push up
    Wrong thread?

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  • West Acton
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    No point of Henry and cousins both playing to deep one needs to push up

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  • WeAreQPR12
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    Originally posted by James1979 View Post
    Yeah but the sex was ####ing amazing. Nowadays she either asleep or I am.
    Lol needed that to lightening the tone or here. Nothing wrong to rate or hate adel, like Stan said marmite player. I just love flair players and I wonder if I'll ever see an Adel for rangers in my lifetime

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  • James1979
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    Originally posted by Rangers77 View Post
    This. It's like remarrying a wife who cheated on you, divorced you, stole your house, claimed your kids, won alimony , simply because you had great sex for the first year of your miserable, unhappy seven year marriage.....
    Yeah but the sex was ####ing amazing. Nowadays she either asleep or I am.

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  • Rangers77
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    Originally posted by Greg1882 View Post
    I honestly can't believe there are some sane people who would take this ###### back. #### me how many clubs does he have to turn out for and the same old problems rear their heads again before people realise THE BLOKE IS A WRONGUN!!. He clearly has no proffesional pride and I wouldn't touch him with a barge pole. It takes one bad apple to ruin everything no matter how good he was (nearly 6 bloody years ago)
    This. It's like remarrying a wife who cheated on you, divorced you, stole your house, claimed your kids, won alimony , simply because you had great sex for the first year of your miserable, unhappy seven year marriage.....

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  • James1979
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    Originally posted by nasser95 View Post
    I didn't say morrison was on par, but your reasoning was that he, unlike morrison was proven at this level. I take it you haven't seen him in one of his few matches for the Benfica B teams, but the level there is lower than this and he's not pulling up trees. 5 years ago, Adel did well for us... he won't now.
    Did well for us? Slightly underplaying it. You're a stats man but think he scored or assisted 50 of our goals the year we went up

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  • Martinmalta
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    Adel was a huge talent, however his indiscipline took the most of him. He is finished as a footballer in Europe as everyone knows his habits and would not have anything to do with him. Benfica do not want him anymore and the President just recently stated that he will never wear their shirt again. However, this goes to show how much football have changed. Our own Stan Bowles was a great player and a maverick, just like Adel. He was indiscipline, late for training and even late for Premier games! Yet he is one of the great players ever to wear the super hoops. I wonder by today's standards, if Stan would have ended up just like Adel.

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  • 1QPRDK
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    Originally posted by jmelanie View Post
    I don't think you can totally blame Harry. He was a problem under Warnock in the Premiership.

    Here is a comment from Wikipedia regarding one of the games he played under Redknapp.

    "On 15 December, he scored both goals in QPR's first victory of the 2012–13 season, a 2–1 win over West London rivals, Fulham, the second with a mazy dribble ending with a finish on the outside of his foot. Manager Harry Redknapp praised Taarabt by stating, 'It was one of the all-time great performances, I felt.' Then on 2 January 2013 in QPR's second win of the season, a 1–0 away victory over rivals Chelsea, Taarabt was played in an unfamiliar striker position gaining the Man of the Match award and assisting the only goal – described as a Pelé-esque"
    Exactly jmel, but some seem to think it was all HR´s fault. Granted HR was a mistake for QPR, but you just can´t blame him for AT´s Farked up lifestyle for a professional footballer. AT started most games after HR came in. To claim otherwise is just a blatant lie. AT started his own downfall, because he was a bighead and thought he was better than QPR, eventually he came back a bigbody as well. Pool footage from preseason after his loan spells at Fools and AC says it all. What a farking waster.

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