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    Quote Originally Posted by jairzinho View Post
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    Eden Hazard at 21 years. 2012-2013 season. 9 league goals in 34 games.
    Eden Hazard at 22 years. 2013-2014 season 14 lelague goals in 35 games.

    * Neymar Jr at 22, 2013-2014 season. 9 goals in 26 games (Turned 22 on February 2014)
    * Neymar Jr at 23, 2014-2015 season, 22 goals in 34 league games (Turned 23 on February 2015)
    13/14 was Neymar's age 21 season (because that was his age at the end of 2013), 14/15 his age 22 season and so on
    thats usually how that works

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    BBZ isn't really evaluating stats, he's evaluating his potential based on what Dembele shows on the pitch. You can wank over goal stats as much as you want but it's clear as day the Dembele lacks what those 3 did at the same age: close control dribbling, ability to pass in tight spaces, and intelligence on and off the ball.

    If Dembele scored like 5 goals, but played like this and impacted games the way Hazard did...I'd have 0 problems.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNGr9KUpPdI

    Unfortunately he's uninvolved from build up, cant control the ball in tight spaces, and scores scuffed shots and deflections. He shows no instincts whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laplacian View Post
    ...He shows no instincts whatsoever.
    Lap, that's kinda retarded and deep down, you know it. When it comes to basic instincts, dude's got a 6th sense n the best seat in da house


    Cat Tramell waaaaahhh

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    Ignore Anfield, Ignore Valverde, Ignore Liverpool, if Dembele had scored his big chance to make it 4-0 that's the tie done and we would be in the final right now

    3-0 gave Liverpool belief and worse of all for the second time in a row Dembele isn't available for a key UCL fixture where he could have made the difference due to injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messigician View Post
    Ignore Anfield, Ignore Valverde, Ignore Liverpool, if Dembele had scored his big chance to make it 4-0 that's the tie done and we would be in the final right now

    3-0 gave Liverpool belief and worse of all for the second time in a row Dembele isn't available for a key UCL fixture where he could have made the difference due to injury.
    Liverpool would have pushed for 5-0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinBarcelonafan View Post
    Liverpool would have pushed for 5-0.
    Not a chance, they wouldn't have been as motivated especially with their key players out.

    On top of that we had chances to score such as the Alba chance and Suarez shot etc.

    The subs changed the game for the better but time was not on our side.

    Truthfully I believe 4-0 would have buried the tie

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    Still thinking about a missed chance in a game that was won 3:0 anyway is the worst way imaginable to analyze the CL exit. That's the spirit that leads to the next humiliation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTL_Barca View Post
    Still thinking about a missed chance in a game that was won 3:0 anyway is the worst way imaginable to analyze the CL exit. That's the spirit that leads to the next humiliation.
    It's mind boggling really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTL_Barca View Post
    Still thinking about a missed chance in a game that was won 3:0 anyway is the worst way imaginable to analyze the CL exit. That's the spirit that leads to the next humiliation.
    It's amazing that people still talk about a missed chance, while knowing that even at the Camp Nou Barca was the inferior side, regardless the result.

    And not only that, but they would be happy with a devastating 0:4 at Anfield IF it was 5:0 earlier... Crazy...

    Sad to see that only results matter, were Barca able to come to the final, Valverde would be a hero, regardless that he ruined the real Barca mentality, style and game-play for two long years.

    All I can say, these folks should NOT ever watch any game, there is no reason for that. It's enough if they just read the bare results after a game, it just tells them as much as they are interested in football...

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    Messigician retardedly eulogizing Valgreen by blaming Dembele. What else is new
    Quote Originally Posted by BBZ8800 View Post
    You are good in cherrypicking and twisting stats. I am proud, you are learning from the best (me), lol.
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    In some cases, I am not replying if a player whom I hated started to play well, so no pint in arguing currently.
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    What, the Man City Gabriel Jesus? One of the top10 strikers in the world today?

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