Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by binomial, Sep 8, 2021.
Jack and Bobby Charlton was one the came to mind.
Phil and Gary Neville (lol)
Asked which of Liverpool FC, Chelsea FC or Manchester City Bellingham would be best off signing for, Glen Johnson told bettingodds.com: “I’d probably say Liverpool.
“Even though Liverpool do have superstar players, they also have a smaller squad and they don’t have those superstar players sitting on their bench banging the door down, so it’s easier to keep the squad happy.
“If Jude was to make the move to Liverpool then I believe they can nurture him better than his other suitors and will give him more time as that’s what he will need.
“If he were to go to Chelsea or Manchester City and didn’t perform straight away then the pressure would be immediately on him and he would be stepped aside and somebody else would come in and take his place. Liverpool’s smaller squad would help him in that sense.”
His an Ex-Liverpool player, probably has his memories at the club. Does GJ know Jude personally?
After Keita being heralded as the ultimate midfielder in the Bundesliga I don't know what to think any more.
And seeing Sancho not getting game time as well is not helping
That’s more to do with an inept manager not knowing how to use him and having to build a forward line around 89 year ol fake Ronaldo.
Sancho choose the wrong club to go to.
Ya being great in Germany doesn’t hold the weight it once did.
you usually get a lot more space and time on the ball in germany
more open play
He played for Chelsea as well.
I checked the list of the biggest transfers from Bundesliga to the Prem in the last 5 years or so. It's a bit shit
Bellingham looks great. Regardless of the Bundesliga. Hope we sign him.
Hes fucking boss
Can he also shoot from distance?
Do the goals from 1:41 and 2:14 count?
second one is good, first one is soft
Okay, will give you that one. Sancho has a reason.
How about Kai Havertz and Werner? Neither have put in the regular performances that justifies their price tag and hype.
Having said all that, I would be excited if we spent a cool £100m+ on Bellingham...