Player Watch Player Watch: Harry Kane

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Saw some news article earlier suggesting that United fans were angry that Lingard didn't win it.

Would like to see what other supporters think of Kane equalling Gerrard's record. Had a quick look on Arsenal and United forums and couldn't see any comments whatsoever.
 

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Lingard is a jarring little ****, with his shit dancing. Feel like you should be booked if you aren't polite and reserved in your celebrations. A gentle nod of the head and maybe clenching your fist is as far as it should go.
 

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Lingard is a jarring little ****, with his shit dancing. Feel like you should be booked if you aren't polite and reserved in your celebrations. A gentle nod of the head and maybe clenching your fist is as far as it should go.
Gotta say, Adebayor's celebration for City vs Arsenal still makes me laugh. A lot.
 

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Saw some news article earlier suggesting that United fans were angry that Lingard didn't win it.

Would like to see what other supporters think of Kane equalling Gerrard's record. Had a quick look on Arsenal and United forums and couldn't see any comments whatsoever.
Lingard has had a very good month, but who can argue with 8 in 6 including two hattricks. I mean come on.
 

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Lingard is a jarring little ****, with his shit dancing. Feel like you should be booked if you aren't polite and reserved in your celebrations. A gentle nod of the head and maybe clenching your fist is as far as it should go.
Steady on old chap, clenching one's fist is a little much. A nod of the head towards the supporters and a brief handshake with the player who supplied the scoring pass are acceptable. Anything else is undignified and, let's be honest, a bit girly.

The only player in the league who ever celebrates in an acceptable manner is Dele Alli, and for some reason he gets abuse for it.

While we're here can we talk about players who wear boots that contain any colour that isn't black? Absolutely lacking in any form of manliness as far as the word means anything. In my day we'd have squeezed the half-time orange slices into their eyes to toughen them up a bit.

As for players who go to ground after a bit of a tap from an opponent's boot- particularly the ones who scream- rule 93, article 16* of the original rules of association football clearly stated "no blood no foul", and falling over without broken bones poking through one's skin was a lifetime ban from not only football but any other game intended to be played by proper men.


*I may have made this part up.



Edit: Harry Kane thread. Erm, yeah I like him, he does goals and stuff.
 

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Lingard is a jarring little ****, with his shit dancing. Feel like you should be booked if you aren't polite and reserved in your celebrations. A gentle nod of the head and maybe clenching your fist is as far as it should go.
Nah, a clenched fist is far to aggressive and should be banned.

Our Harry is above all that nonsense thankfully which is why he has his palm open as he likes to mimic the motion of a dolphin jumping out of the water. Much more tasteful.
 

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Yet ANOTHER brace. Takes him to 98 Premier League goals for us. Makes him outright our top Prem scorer. Only 24 years old!

Was going to mention this anyway, but has anyone else noticed how often he scores TWO in a game? Seems like he does it nearly every week.
 

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Yet ANOTHER brace. Takes him to 98 Premier League goals for us. Makes him outright our top Prem scorer. Only 24 years old!

Was going to mention this anyway, but has anyone else noticed how often he scores TWO in a game? Seems like he does it nearly every week.
How many games has he achieved that in? I am willing to bet it's half the amount Teddy played.
 

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Yet ANOTHER brace. Takes him to 98 Premier League goals for us. Makes him outright our top Prem scorer. Only 24 years old!

Was going to mention this anyway, but has anyone else noticed how often he scores TWO in a game? Seems like he does it nearly every week.
This season in particular he has scored alot of braces, more than single goals.
 

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This season in particular he has scored alot of braces, more than single goals.
Watched that Sky Sports ‘Harry’s 2017’ and realised he scores at least two in most games. Would love to go through and see just how many exactly since at least Poch came in.
 

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Watched that Sky Sports ‘Harry’s 2017’ and realised he scores at least two in most games. Would love to go through and see just how many exactly since at least Poch came in.
He's scored twice or more in 11 of the 14 games he's played for Spurs this season in all comps and 10 out of 21 last season
 

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Watched that Sky Sports ‘Harry’s 2017’ and realised he scores at least two in most games. Would love to go through and see just how many exactly since at least Poch came in.
Thing is, if you look at his stats in the past year, he failed to score in more games than he scored (pretty sure), showing if he can really get himself at it (every game) he could hit a 60-70 even 80 goal season. Mad.
 

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Thing is, if you look at his stats in the past year, he failed to score in more games than he scored (pretty sure), showing if he can really get himself at it (every game) he could hit a 60-70 even 80 goal season. Mad.
Imagine if he scored in August..
 
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