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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Spurlock, Oct 16, 2018.
Come on Matth ffs that's plenty of examples from one day
Read the first two pages, wouldn’t read again. Synopsis please.
That joke is about as funny as Spurs trying to win a trophy over the last couple of years.
I don’t rim anyone.
So quite funny?
Ok enough of the Spurs jokes...you're going on ignore
I’ll stop now.
Well if I see you crack one more Spurs joke...ever...you're on ignore.
and don't forget our bet
It’s almost as funny as you thinking De Gea is the best keeper in the world.
He clearly is though.
Not any more it's not, he's had a dip in form.
A dip in form means nothing, He’s the best keeper in the world personally.
It's pretty safe to say that, at this present time, he is a long way short of being the best keeper in the world, Matthew ... in fact. if you were to pick a Best In World XI right now, it's unlikely that there would be any Manchester United players in it ... you'll just have to accept that, I'm afraid ...
De Gea gets into a world XI.
So how do you measure 'best in the world' if it's not on 'current form', Matthew? ... can I claim that Peter Shilton still is?
.... your major factor seems to be "if he plays for Manchester United" ... current form has to be the best measure, provided you weigh it over a fair and measurable period -- I'd argue that something like the last 6 months seems a fair gauge - if you do that, De Gea likely struggles to make the top 10, never mind the best - he had something of an embarrassing world cup and has looked quite dodgy ever since ... to be fair .....
Well he clearly isn’t seeing as you’re the only one that thinks so. As I’ve said before, he’s not even the best in Manchester anymore, Ederson is a cut above.
Not a chance he is, De Gea is better than him.
Your bias is unbelievable. Ederson is the best in the Prem at the moment. Not only is he a great shot stopper but his technique with the ball is better than most midfielders. He’s most definitely, as of right now, better than De Gea.
'A world XI' perhaps ... like the 5th choice keeper in the 5th choice world XI .... for me he is currently behind Allison, Ederson, Courtois, Obilek and Karius