Player Watch Player Watch: Erik Lamela

rambu

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#65
Is it me or do his legs look like they have grown? Looking stocky lower half. Bale MK2 bulk up
That was my first impression too. But I was thinking that might not be added muscle when he just came back from a lengthy injury. His face look fuller too, compared the start from last season when he looked a bit over trained.

Anyway, can't wait to see him back and fit again.
 

lukespurs7

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#67
Really hope he can play pre season and stay off the coke *sorry I mean stay Injury free next season.

Would be brilliant to have him back as another attacking option, especially as Ali is out of CL games. If we can move Sissoko on and bring in another top AM like Barkley and also continue to improve N'Koudu we will have 6-7 decent options in:
Ali
Eriksen
Son
Lamela
*new signing* ideally Barkley.
N'Koudu

With Onomah and Edwards waiting in the wings.

#Options.
 

Hoddle&Waddle

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#69
This popped up on Twitter and Facebook when the usual he wants to go back to Italy rumours started on Friday.
Who buys an injured player who hasn't played for 9 months?
Lazy journalists saying we've bid for Suso so that means Lamelas leaving.
I dont buy the Suso thing either, strikes me as Suso and his agent angling for a new contract.
 

TheVoiceofReason

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#72
These days he either seems to be drinking out of that fucking weird ass tea gourd, or cooking entire carcasses of meat on his BBQ. Starting to think it might be his diet keeping him off the pitch.

Would LOVE an actual official update on Erik.
 

KILLA_SIN

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#74
These days he either seems to be drinking out of that fucking weird ass tea gourd, or cooking entire carcasses of meat on his BBQ. Starting to think it might be his diet keeping him off the pitch.

Would LOVE an actual official update on Erik.
I was watching a docu on Beef and in the docu it said that Argies on avg consume 52kg of meat per year. Brits consume 12-15 kgs.


http://www.steakrevolution.com/

Edit The documentary is UK Netflix thats how I watched it
 
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Spurs 1961

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#75
These days he either seems to be drinking out of that fucking weird ass tea gourd, or cooking entire carcasses of meat on his BBQ. Starting to think it might be his diet keeping him off the pitch.

Would LOVE an actual official update on Erik.
Sounds like just about all the Argentinian guys I know. The Mate drink they can keep but the BBQ's are amazing
 

Bobbins

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#79
Such a waste of a talented footballer and a club asset. Absolutely cannot wait for his return, but getting less and less optimistic about seeing it.
 

Cravenspurs

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#80
Such a waste of a talented footballer and a club asset. Absolutely cannot wait for his return, but getting less and less optimistic about seeing it.
Read that wrong at first...agreed that he is one of the pieces that make us tick and adds such quality depth and bite to our side. He really seemed primed last preseason to make his mark and then that injury hit. Love his style of play and how Poch has brought him along.

Can't wait for him to get back and in the golf cause that is the depth we have all been asking for.
 
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