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    Tierney is nowhere near Robertson. I think he'll be in the championship next season.
    Arsenal arenít going to get relegated.


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    I actually prefer Tierney out of the two

    He was a fantastic footballer for one so young did the simple things well and was difficult to get past a young man with a fantastic future

    He really bulked up before his move and was like a wee pocket battleship

    He has been unlucky with injuries but I have no doubt he will be back fitter and better

    What happens with Scotland as they both play left back ?

    Will one have to move over to right back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibernia&Alba View Post
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    Liverpool paid a British transfer record of £440,000 in 1977 for Kenny Dalglish, which is £2,685,000 today. So you could have bought Law and Dalglish for £5 million combined at today's prices! The money in football (transfers, wages, ticket prices) has increased at multiple times the rate of inflation.
    The TV money has multiplied probably more than transfers

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    I actually prefer Tierney out of the two

    He was a fantastic footballer for one so young did the simple things well and was difficult to get past a young man with a fantastic future

    He really bulked up before his move and was like a wee pocket battleship

    He has been unlucky with injuries but I have no doubt he will be back fitter and better

    What happens with Scotland as they both play left back ?

    Will one have to move over to right back?
    Tierney last played for Scotland at right back. Iíd be very surprised if he got in at left back ahead of Robertson. Then again, Robertson has been crap for Scotland compared to his Liverpool performances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    Tierney last played for Scotland at right back. Iíd be very surprised if he got in at left back ahead of Robertson. Then again, Robertson has been crap for Scotland compared to his Liverpool performances.
    Robertson is excellent in Liverpoolís system but I have always felt Tierney is the better of the two he just needs to get over this latest injury setback kick on and show the EPL what a good player he is

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Robertson is excellent in Liverpoolís system but I have always felt Tierney is the better of the two he just needs to get over this latest injury setback kick on and show the EPL what a good player he is
    Robertson was the best player in the league when at Dundee Utd. He was then a standout for Hull in the EPL. Respect your opinion though Billy but for me Tierney has quite a journey ahead to get to Robertsonís level.

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    25 million for Tierney and we got 3 for McGinn 😂😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Robertson was the best player in the league when at Dundee Utd. He was then a standout for Hull in the EPL. Respect your opinion though Billy but for me Tierney has quite a journey ahead to get to Robertsonís level.
    Time will tell Robertson is well ahead of him at this point in time

    Tierney got it all to do

    Dunno about being the best player in the league he only played 36 times for the Arabs but he did win PFA young player of the year award

    Agree a very good player

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    I actually prefer Tierney out of the two

    He was a fantastic footballer for one so young did the simple things well and was difficult to get past a young man with a fantastic future

    He really bulked up before his move and was like a wee pocket battleship

    He has been unlucky with injuries but I have no doubt he will be back fitter and better

    What happens with Scotland as they both play left back ?

    Will one have to move over to right back?
    We've struggled to get 1 left back at times recently. Will happily take the problem of having 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
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    We've struggled to get 1 left back at times recently. Will happily take the problem of having 2.
    Back in the day we had three world class right backs Brownlie up until he broke his leg Jardine and McGrain as far as I know Jardine and McGrain never played in the same Scotland team

    That was why I asked the question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
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    We've struggled to get 1 left back at times recently. Will happily take the problem of having 2.
    The Glaswegian Roberto Carlos plays left back at the PBS too. No problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Back in the day we had three world class right backs Brownlie up until he broke his leg Jardine and McGrain as far as I know Jardine and McGrain never played in the same Scotland team

    That was why I asked the question
    Billy, that is simply not true. For instance, at the 1974 World Cup Jardine was right back and McGrain left back in all three games. They often played in the same side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomsk View Post
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    Billy, that is simply not true. For instance, at the 1974 World Cup Jardine was right back and McGrain left back in all three games. They often played in the same side.
    Exactly. McGrain played a lot at left back with Jardine on the right.

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    Exactly. McGrain played a lot at left back with Jardine on the right.
    http://www.fitbastats.com/scotland/p...p?playerid=814

    They started in the same Scotland team together 20 times.

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    Outstanding player, unlucky with injuries, he'll be back, no doubt about it.
    In Arsenal reserves

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    Guys I get that Danny McGrain and Sandy Jardine played in the same Scotland team one playing out of position that was my recollection too but answer me one thing who is the Glaswegian Roberto Carlos that plays at the PBS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Guys I get that Danny McGrain and Sandy Jardine played in the same Scotland team one playing out of position that was my recollection too but answer me one thing who is the Glaswegian Roberto Carlos that plays at the PBS?
    Iím presuming itís Aaron Hickey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    Iím presuming itís Aaron Hickey?


    He pish!

    Been found oot

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    He pish!

    Been found oot
    Yep got subbed at half time v Killie after 36 year old Burkey ripped him up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimBHibees View Post
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    Yep got subbed at half time v Killie after 36 year old Burkey ripped him up.
    He was there man of the match yesterday by a mile apparently. Still think theyíll ruin him though.

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    [QUOTE=90+2;6016103]Robertson was the best player in the league when at Dundee Utd. He was then a standout for Hull in the EPL. Respect your opinion though Billy but for me Tierney has quite a journey ahead to get to Robertsonís level.[/QUOTE

    Tierney has it all to prove as to whether he will succeed in the EPL, hope he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    Injured yet again and seems like heíll be out for about 3 months or so. Without going back and counting again, he was heading for about 70 missed games so far in his career when he came back from his last injury. Can throw in another 15 at least now so weíll be looking at 85 or so games missed before heís 23. Not a kick in the arse off two full seasons worth of football. Also not managed an international appearance in 14 months and is unlikely to be fit for the playoff games in March so we'll probably be looking at close to 2 years out of international football.

    Shame for the guy, but heís quite clearly going to have a career that is constantly disrupted by injuries.
    Seeing Tierney playing tonight and unable to complete 90 minutes reminded me of this thread. Managed 13 (today may possibly be his 14th) appearances this season out of 44 possible games. Spent 317 days out injured in the last year and a half.

    Since the start of this thread when I suggested he was a bit of a crock he's had yet another different long term injury which kept him out for 3 months.

    I reckon he'll be back at Celtic within the next few years.

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    Seeing Tierney playing tonight and unable to complete 90 minutes reminded me of this thread. Managed 13 (today may possibly be his 14th) appearances this season out of 44 possible games. Spent 317 days out injured in the last year and a half.

    Since the start of this thread when I suggested he was a bit of a crock he's had yet another different long term injury which kept him out for 3 months.

    I reckon he'll be back at Celtic within the next few years.
    Apparently just cramp tonight. Not really surprising he isn't fully fit. Arsenal are having a bad time with injuries as well.

    He is still very young, time on his side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    Apparently just cramp tonight. Not really surprising he isn't fully fit. Arsenal are having a bad time with injuries as well.

    He is still very young, time on his side.
    Iím a big big Tierney fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    Apparently just cramp tonight. Not really surprising he isn't fully fit. Arsenal are having a bad time with injuries as well.

    He is still very young, time on his side.
    Yeah, think the commentators had suggested he was injured but looked like he was being treated for cramp.

    When I have seen him playing for Arsenal I think heís been fairly disappointing - stifled from getting forward to an extent.

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    Last time he was ER he wasnít running freely.He should insist on getting properly sorted otherwise his career will be full of injuries.

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    Last time he was ER he wasnít running freely.He should insist on getting properly sorted otherwise his career will be full of injuries.
    His last 2 injuries have been a shoulder injury from a bad fall and cramp. I don't think its anything to do with ''getting properly sorted''

    English sides don't sign guys for millions and pay them millions to patch them up and risk their careers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHIBBIES View Post
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    His last 2 injuries have been a shoulder injury from a bad fall and cramp. I don't think its anything to do with ''getting properly sorted''

    English sides don't sign guys for millions and pay them millions to patch them up and risk their careers.
    Heís had 3 major hip injuries though. Not sure if itís always the same injury but if it is and it keeps reoccurring then hopefully itís sorted or else heíll be finished at a very young age.

    In England £25m is just a decent sized fee now - clubs like Sheffield United have been spending that. If his injuries donít start to improve then Arsenal will probably have to go out and replace him.

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    He’s had 3 major hip injuries though. Not sure if it’s always the same injury but if it is and it keeps reoccurring then hopefully it’s sorted or else he’ll be finished at a very young age.

    In England £25m is just a decent sized fee now - clubs like Sheffield United have been spending that. If his injuries don’t start to improve then Arsenal will probably have to go out and replace him.
    Hypothetical though because those injuries haven't occured in over a year now, right?

    Na, £25 million is still a significant fee and Arsenal wouldn't be risking it by patching him up. Doctors also have obligations not to do things like that. There is a difference between painkillers for a few weeks and risking his career.

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    Seeing Tierney playing tonight and unable to complete 90 minutes reminded me of this thread. Managed 13 (today may possibly be his 14th) appearances this season out of 44 possible games. Spent 317 days out injured in the last year and a half.

    Since the start of this thread when I suggested he was a bit of a crock he's had yet another different long term injury which kept him out for 3 months.

    I reckon he'll be back at Celtic within the next few years.
    Neve got the hype personally

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