I'd have took Lucho 3 years ago. Think he's gone a bit now. I can see what you're trying to say though.
You sound like Cheryl, a girl describing aloud (with perfect hindsight) how dull that dancer-guy was.The thing with Clichy is that most just focus on his defensive lapses but his contribution offensively is not anything either. He will make the offensive runs all day long down the flank but his distribution, end product and composure when he gets into dangerous offensive positions has been weak.
Clichy was a con at Arsenal tbh.
Hough's Stepdad said:Derek knew what he was doing when he got into a career in dancing... He is a good man he is kind and considerate, very intelligent and philosophical.
That's not to say that his new surroundings can't improve things for him.
Hough's Stepdad said:He's a caring, sensitive guy with a very bright future ahead of him.
Are you sure you 'always love'?:howler:
Thanks for that Tone. Always love your unique insights
Take it as given.
William M. Thackeray's 'Vanity Fair' said:Some cynical Frenchman has said that there are two parties to a love-transaction: the one who loves and the other who condescends to be so treated.
Arsene tells press conference Friday 5th August 2011 said:I love Fabregas and I want him to stay, that is basically it. Everybody is free to think what they want. We cannot stop people raising questions.
I will doubt if I can't smell your love's sweet surrender...Don't doubt Tone.
Did they doubt?Cheryl tells Piers Morgan 15th October 2010 said:A part of me will always love Ashley.
Put simply, we who always love will - against our better judgment - always allow our capacity to love to overwhelm all doubts concerning love.washingtone17 tells Maturin Monday 8th August 2011 said:Is there anything you would like to do to break the very virtual bond that exists between me and this-guy?
The question is, is your love ready to join our club?:hopeful:William M. Thackeray's 'Pendennis' said:It is best to love wisely, no doubt; but to love foolishly is better than not to be able to love at all. Some of us can't: and are proud of our impotence, too.