Thread: Adel Taarabt discussion

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    Originally Posted by bakes8
    Handled the scrap in the season before we got promotion when we were flirting around at the bottom. Fact is he will play his game if we're top or bottom.
    He was decent in fits and starts in the premiership. Scored key goals against Arsenal, Spurs and Fulham. Yes he could have done better and should have applied himself but managers like Redknapp and people like Barton did not help him.

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    Talk about going down hill after he left us, wonder if he has any regrets at all?

    This is what attitude does to people, sometimes it's good to listen to others. It's a shame really because everyone here wishes him well.

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    He played well yesterday for Genoa in his first match against Fiorentina. Assisted two (really should have been his goal just fellow player tapped in open goal for some reason) and had as much skill as he had for us, few wayward passes but first game in a long time so good performance overall, even worked hard and tackled. He did alright for AC Milan too, I think Italy suits the mercurial talents like him, cassano, recoba.

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    Played well. Hope he can keep it up

    "When you look annoyed all the time, people think you're busy"

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    It's all about the manager with him. Needs to feel wanted and loved almost, like with Warnock. Still think if we had gone in for him, we had a chance

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    Plenty of energy and always looking for the one two. If he plays like that more weeks than not then fair play to him.
    He'll regret it till his dying day, if ever he lives that long

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    Sorry, but you don't start learning from your mistakes at 28 years of age. I give it 3 months tops before he's back to his old tricks!
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    Will go down as one of the greatest wastes of talent in football.

    He really could of been that good and has just wasted 5 of the most important years of his career.

    Loved him but what an idiot.

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    Originally Posted by Brian Wilson
    Played well. Hope he can keep it up

    Thats suits him with being a slower game in italy, but he looked very good, looks like hes got himself alot fitter now, cant believe hes waisted a few years tbh.

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    Mavericks are often idiots outside the pitch, JFR.
    Last edited by Shania; 10-08-2017 at 10:33 AM.
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    There is a picture of him on facebook in training. Hes lost about five stone and looks fitter than he ever has before, even when he was our idol.

    Avatared it.
    Last edited by Kevin Mcleod; 09-08-2017 at 11:17 AM.

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    When it all ends we will be the biggest club he played for consistently. What a waste

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    Really again ?? will always be a waste of talent some people need to get over Mods delete this thread,

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