Black flops

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  1. frederic38

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    the 3rd division is professional, so there still a castesystem in it
    that's where the wors black players end up
     
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  2. ThePhilosopher

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    Finally,a long time coming:


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    One of the worst managers ever to manage in the PL and gets those many games because he is black.

    He leaves the team in a state of 'soon to be relegated'.
     
  3. ThePhilosopher

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    He's never started a Premier League game for Manchester United,but he's a black flop already!

    Wilfried Zaha:

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    Some had this to say:


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    And indeed,this is all he did in 70 mins:

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    Shocking!
     
  4. ThePhilosopher

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    Patrice Evra.

    Patrice Evra scores a fluke albeit good goal:


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    And then proceeds to gift two to Bayern:


    Highschool level man marking here:


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    Was probably dreaming of getting worshiped next day!


    Not getting tight enough or blocking the ball here:



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    That's just lazy,and it was the 58th minute.
    I mean that was a pathetic attempt to,to...I don't know what...crush an earthworm maybe.


    Some serfs finally are on the agenda:




    True,Buttner indeed had Robben in his pocket,all game.


    Source(for the quotes anyway).
     
  5. frederic38

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    AC milan flop mbaye niang now plays in the french league, but he still flops here


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    here is a translation of what his new coach said about him:


    "niang is feeling bad after all his f*ck-ups, at least it shows that he still has a brain
    i will sit him on the bench for the next game (against bordeaux)
    considering what he did in the last 2 games, if he could go back to milan tomorrow i would be so OK with it that i would drive him to the airport myself
    but the president will be the one to decide what he will do with him, i will just tell him what i think about it
    if i had to tell him what i think about it right now, i would tell him to send him back to milan tomorrow, not in 2 days, but tomorrow
    he is greatly responsible for the mere 33 points we have right now"

    http://www.le10sport.com/football/m...er-courbis-veut-renvoyer-niang-a-milan-139472
     
  6. ThePhilosopher

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    So the fancy haircut doesn't work?:dizzy:
     
  7. frederic38

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    a funny message that was sent to me about ryan bertrand:

    "Is this guy one of the worst fullbacks of all time? Simply incredible that he played in a Champions League final. I think he's headed to English 2nd division next season.

    Mourinho benched him and sent him on loan to Aston Villa in January.

    http://www.whoscored.com/Players/22846/

    He has the worst stats of all time: terrible defending. Can't cross, can't pass."

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    :pound:


    Great find Frederic.
    Simply great!
     
  9. ThePhilosopher

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    A great article in the British press about 'Black flops'.

    Five Players Simply Not Up To Scratch...


    Kolo Touré


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    With an average WhoScored rating of 6.96 so far this season, Touré has not by any means had an awful campaign, but rather it has been one fraught with inconsistency. This has been a season in which Touré's career has shown all too many signs of serious plight, with the defender making far too many mistakes and exuding nervousness when in possession which, fortunately for Brendan Rodgers, has not spread across his team. Of Premier League outfielders this season, only Jan Vertonghen and Jonjo Shelvey (3 each) - both of whom have significantly more appearances than Touré - have made more errors directly leading to an opposition goal than him (2).

    His look of despair after gifting West Brom's Victor Anic**** an equaliser in February epitomised his season, and that might have been his final appearance if other players had not suffered injuries. Liverpool have kept only two clean sheets in the last 15 league games in which Touré has featured and he has unquestionably been bailed out by the club's incredible strikeforce. Even though he has another year left on his contract, he might well have played his final game for the club.


    Ashley Young

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    Remember the days when Ashley Young was England's next big thing. He was tearing it up for Aston Villa and won a move to Manchester United which, in its first few months at least, didn't even seem all that outrageous. A few years on and it is a wonder how he was ever given the chance to don the red of United. He has, on almost all fronts, been ineffective this season, providing two goals and only one assist. That assist, it should be noted, was an aimless hoof up the line from which Wayne Rooney scored from the half-way line at West Ham a fortnight ago.

    Playing alongside Rooney and Robin van Persie, it is not unreasonable to expect more in the creative department than an average of just 0.9 key passes per game and only eight accurate crosses from 68 attempts (excluding corners). He contributes little in an attacking or defensive sense, and his WhoScored rating of 6.55 sums up how poor he has been, even in comparison to an under-performing Manchester United side who have an average rating of 6.94.


    Kyle Naughton

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    The size and depth of Tottenham's squad makes their lack of options at full-back almost unbelievable. André Villas-Boas had tried to sign an established left-back, while the two Kyles - Walker and Naughton - were considered sufficient on the right. Naughton was the more senior of the two when they both arrived from Sheffield United, but has fallen behind Walker and rightly so. Naughton has made a large proportion of his appearances at left-back, where he is less comfortable, but he has been below par - particularly for a team with Champions League aspirations - on both sides.

    An average rating of 6.52 is way down on Tottenhams's 6.8, with Naughton's latest performances amongst his worst. He was at fault for both Southampton's early goals at White Hart Lane and provided very little resistance to Liverpool's onslaught in Sunday's 4-0 loss. Technically, he is certainly half-decent, but that makes it such a wonder he gives so little in an attacking sense. When playing on the left he constantly looks to play back to his centre-back and Spurs suffer as a result. Tottenham's positive results this season give little credit to Naughton, and some, including the win over Saints, are in spite of his efforts.


    Michel Vorm

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    In WhoScored's Premier League team of the season in his debut campaign, Swansea's Michel Vorm has seen his form dip lately. Rated at just 6.49 this season, he is WhoScored's worst-performing 'keeper in England's top flight with at least 20 appearances. Having saved only 61.7% of the shots on target he has been tested with, he is providing very little resistance as the last line of Swansea's defence, and he has the players in front of him to thank for the fact that the Swans only allow their opponents an average of 4.2 shots on target per game. Swansea have the fourth-worst defensive record in the Premier League this season and, but for their goalscoring record, might be even more heavily entrenched in a relegation battle.

    (Well,they put in a white player in the end of the list to not look racist)


    Andreas Weimann

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    It is something of a surprise that Andi Weimann has managed to hold on to a place in the Aston Villa starting XI all season. An average rating of just 6.53, with just three goals and four assists over 28 Premier League appearances is an extremely poor return for such an attack-minded player, who is largely favoured for his work rate. For a team like Paul Lambert's Villa, defensive shape is key, and Weimann performs his duties without the ball very well, but going forward he is ineffective.

    More recently he has even been deployed in behind the striker, but 0.8 key passes per game simply isn't enough for the lethal Benteke to work off. That the lumbering Libor Kozak, who has made just eight starts, has scored more goals than him this season speaks volumes of Weimann's failings: a more threatening number 10 or winger could well be on Lambert's wish list for the summer.



    Now that's good Analysis!
     
  10. frederic38

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    after a huge 6-2 defeat, bahe.beck was insulted by fans because he said that he was going to score 15 goals this season, and only score 2:

    http://bit.ly/1mxfd8N

    he is a PSG reject
     
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    Saido Berahino:


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    The Jews for screaming for this thing^^ to be given an England cap,not so long ago :censored: .
     
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    Haha wtf?
     
  13. ThePhilosopher

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    This one was always coming.

    The inaugural winner of the Sodden Boot is Ramires of Chelsea with a dismal return of just 1 goal from his 51 shots. :suspicious:



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    With just 12 of his 51 shots on target (24%) the Brazilian “Running Man” can’t even claim that he was unlucky in terms of opposition keepers performing heroics.

    The number of shots he has taken from within the box,without scoring a goal is just shocking!
     
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    Fernandinho's performance for Brazil against Chile on 28-6-2014.

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    Link.
     
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    http://www.caughtoffside.com/2015/0...lli-imbula-ejected-from-flight-after-dispute/

    imbula was named the flop of the season in the french league last year by the biggest sports-related french magazine
     
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    balotelli is already a black flop
    so imagine a player who would be named the "new balotelli"....this is adama guidiala
    when he was "16 years old" (fake age since he was born in africa) he was transfered to inter milan from france, where balotelli played
    so since he was also black, he was going to be the "new balotelli"
    but now he is 20 years old and he doesn't have a wikipedia page
    it's hard to know exactly where he is because he is so obscure and never plays
    but aparently he is paid to do nothing in some club in the italian second division



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    http://www.footmercato.net/autre-ch...cienne-pepite-de-l-inter-pretee-a-l-om_152343
     
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    It striking how all the worst blacks end up at Galatasaray....tells me the Turks are a race as athletic as the Chinese!:lol:
    Remember,Galatasaray still have Emmanuel Eboue,one of the worst black players in Europe over the last decade.Boy is he fun to watch when he plays in The Champions League.If there's one black who never gets on your nerves and only ever entertains with his "Mad Skillz",its Eboue!:hail:

    Back to Galatasaray,I won't be surprised if they buy Gervinho someday.That'll complete the set!:bigsmile:
     
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    gervinho, or maybe balotelli! :bigsmile: http://www.todayszaman.com/sports_is-galatasaray-actually-wooing-milans-balotelli_335543.html
     
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    Balotelli is officially Liverpool's laziest player:

    [video]http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/liverpool/11570618/Mario-Balotelli-is-officially-Liverpools-laziest-player.html[/video]

    If Labour win the election maybe it will be illegal to say such things:nono: in future.
     
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    Danny Welbeck's transfer from ManU to Arsenal was one of the worst last season:


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    He's scored just four goals for Arsenal this season,a goal tally bettered by quite a few defenders in the league.Its a travesty that he somehow(aka jews) is a nailed on starter for England.
     

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