View from the BaDMaN Boot Room - GW 38

Saturday, May 11 2019

 

Events this week have been scarcely believable.

First Vinny shins a career-first screamer into the top bin to probably clinch the title for City. Then Liverpool – fresh from witnessing that heart-breaking moment the night before – humble the great Messi and Co.

Then Tottenham bully those poor Ajax boys into submission in bad-Channel-Five-football-film-finale style. 

But for me the most extraordinary development of the week was the name of Rio Ferdinand being put forward for job of Technical Director at Manchester United.

I wouldn’t trust this clown with the kitty on a night out, let alone pulling back the universes most massivest club from the edge of the cliff they are currently shuffling towards.

Thoughts...?

https://youtu.be/aeH0QboozkM

Goalkeeper

Total Pts

GW 37 Pts

Alisson (LIV)

170

2

Defenders

 

 

Robertson (LIV)

207

1

van Dijk (LIV)

202

8

Alexander-Arnold (LIV)

170

10

Laporte (MC)

169

12

Midfielders

 

 

Salah (LIV)

256

7

Hazard (CHE)

237

11

Sterling (MC)

229

3

Mane (LIV)

216

2

Forwards

 

 

Aguero (MC)

195

2

Aubameyang (ARS)

192

8

 

Nothing much to say ahead of Final Day, so we'll leave it until our end of season wrap next week.

Yeah?

Matt Nesbitt

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