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    Blah blah ***********. Fact is Cole remains to top quality LB for club & country. Only that matters, bullet...

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    Or something.

    RIP Fardin Qayyumi (AKA "cricket player"; "Bob"), 1/11/1990 - 15/4/2006

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    Blah blah ***********. Fact is Cole remains to top quality LB for club & country. Only that matters, bullet...
    And White, don't forget that.

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    Does anyone know what happens when Ashley hangs out with jermain jenas?
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    Good idea.

    GK - Schmeichel, absolute best bloke of all time without question.

    RB - Neville, he hates Scousers.
    LB - Irwin, legend.
    CB - BRUUUUUCE!
    CB - Stam, probably best defender we've had in my lifetime.

    RW - Ronaldo, ridiculously good at times.
    LW - Giggs, no explanation required.
    CM - Scholes, genius.
    CM - Keane, purely for his United days as he's been increasingly annoying since he left.

    CF - Cantona, WAG.
    CF - Solskjaer, who put the ball in the Scousers/Germans net?
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    GK - Shaka Hislop

    RB - Graeme Murty
    LB - Nicky Shorey
    CB - Keith Curle
    CB - Steve Wood

    RW - Jamie Lambert
    LW - Michael Gilkes
    CM - Neil Webb.
    CM - Steve Sidwell

    CF - Kerry Dixon
    CF - Robin Friday

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    Ought to have Chris Casper or Matthew Upson in there imho. Or Phil Parkinson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Does anyone know what happens when Ashley hangs out with jermain jenas?
    Just a side note to this, at the time the rumours were actually ****ley, the DJ and Jermaine Pennant as the three. I think the guy who wrote the song used Jenas as it rhymed with penis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Ought to have Chris Casper or Matthew Upson in there imho. Or Phil Parkinson.
    I'd ruled out loanees otherwise I agree Upson should be there - as for Parky too much the honest journeyman for me - but Chris Casper - that's an interesting one - on potential I'd agree - tbh only on one of those 11 would I stick to my guns come what may

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    Quote Originally Posted by duffer View Post
    Just a side note to this, at the time the rumours were actually ****ley, the DJ and Jermaine Pennant as the three. I think the guy who wrote the song used Jenas as it rhymed with penis.
    Heard all sorts of not fit for CW rumours about who's done what with who in the Prem tbh

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    I'd ruled out loanees otherwise I agree Upson should be there - as for Parky too much the honest journeyman for me - but Chris Casper - that's an interesting one - on potential I'd agree - tbh only on one of those 11 would I stick to my guns come what may
    Chris Casper was awesome I thought, had he not had his career cut short I reckon he would have made it back into the premiership, with Reading or another side. My Dad always goes on about how his Dad was apparently a realy good player also.

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    Might as well have a go:

    GK: John Lukic - loved Pat Jennings, he of the ma-hoo-sive hands, as a kid but he returned to Spurts, which isn't done. Seaman was quality, but prone to the odd mementous **** up and persisted with a tache at least ten years after it was socially accpetable to sport one. Johnny was the most underrated keeper of his day and it seems incredible he never played for England.

    RB: Pat Rice - not the greatest natural talent, but Arsenal to the very marrow.

    LB: Kenny Samson - He's fat and round and he bounces on the ground, as the song would have it. Our only England regular in the dark days of the mid-80s.

    CB: Tony Adams - Of course. Just don't speak publically, Tone.

    CB: Steve Bould - O'Leary misses out for being a massive dick since he left. Bould was a wonderfully umcomplicated stopper in the old-fashioned mode.

    RM: David Rocastle - Ah, Rocky. Graham should never have sold you. Unfulfilled talent and a massive loss.

    CM: Michael Thomas - Edges out Viera for that goal.

    CM: Liam Brady - Ah, Chippy. Another man with Arsenal stamped through him like a stick of rock. Wonderful touch and vision.

    LM: Marc Overmars - He was quick. Very, very quick. & he had an endearing habit of scoring vital goals.

    FW: Alan Smith - The clever one with the soft Brummie accent rather than the dirty Leeds/ManUre hack. Equally adept at leading the line or being a target man for another striker to play off.

    FW: Dennis Bergkamp - Best technique of any player I've seen to pull on the red and white. "Genius" is a word devalued by overuse, but definitely fits the Dutch master. Not afraid of a sly elbow if the occasion merited it either.
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    No room for Viv Anderson?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    No room for Viv Anderson?
    Pffft. Left us for ManUre. Also disqualifies Stapleton, ftr.

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    I was to do a non-Tranmere one (which I cbf currently but might later) I'd stick Bergkamp and Overmars in myself, I loved watching Arsenal in 98, immense

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