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    Quote Originally Posted by ehsan_REAL1 View Post
    Doesn't prevent them from taking it. I believe some of the drugs are so new there aren't tests for them Rad140 is one of them.
    I doubt Cristiano Ronaldo is legit..
    Neithier is Mohammad Salah, he's on something...his speed is insane/stamina are insane. Also when you see him without a shirt you see why....
    Don't Forget Maradona wasn't clean. Messi isn't natural eithier he was on HGH as a kid..permanently never to be considered natural..
    To [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] who moved from Dutch football to the Premier League, it is the speed of thought and the constant intensity rather than the (implied) speed of running.

    To me it seems that the modern players are picking up injuries, esp. hamstring injuries with sudden acceleration and stopping. The biggest temptation for players would be to take drugs to hasten recovery from injury. Surgery is often required and that is an artificial intervention.

    In practice on the field, players are way short of the speed of sprint athletes in speed. Mohammad Salah isn't even on the league of the real speed merchants, even on the acceleration charts. Sadio Mané has got explosive speed though.

    The real speed merchants are the ones that can sprint fast and put on the after burners. Michail Antonio (West Ham) can be quick but at the risk of injury. Adama Traoré (Wolves) is quick and Theo Walcott (Everton) used to be. Bernardo (BHA), who is no slouch, had a run where he faced Traoré (quickest), Walcott, Antonio and Mo Salah in short succession.

    I can't judge speed on TV so unless I have seen them live I can't judge. Ashley Young (Man U) is quick when he wants to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oreosx11 View Post
    Messi has growth hormone deficiency... He's shorter than average because of this. It's medical therapy to give him the same amount of hormone everyone else naturally has... It's as easy as can be to test and make sure he's not getting too much. Giving too much can give a short term benefit but the negative effects would have screwed him in a couple years if he was getting HGH to "doping" amounts.
    He's still unnatural. It's naive to think that his HGH treatments had 0 effect on his soccer ability. That's the point, a lot of our players are critisized for being weak, and poor stamina etc..but in reality its because most of our players don't DOPE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehsan_REAL1 View Post
    He's still unnatural. It's naive to think that his HGH treatments had 0 effect on his soccer ability. That's the point, a lot of our players are critisized for being weak, and poor stamina etc..but in reality its because most of our players don't DOPE.
    Its like comparing Basketball players from around the world to American Basketball players. Those guys are like machines!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehsan_REAL1 View Post
    He's still unnatural. It's naive to think that his HGH treatments had 0 effect on his soccer ability. That's the point, a lot of our players are critisized for being weak, and poor stamina etc..but in reality its because most of our players don't DOPE.
    Doping doesn't lead to beautiful touch, world class vision, being able to keep a ball less than 2 ft from your body at all times, and many of Messi's other most remarkable skills. We'll agree to disagree on this one.

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    Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Bromwich Albion

    Sat 26 Jan 2019 15:00 UT
    The FA Cup - Fourth Round


    Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Bromwich Albion

    Venue: Amex Stadium

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    Jahanbakhsh got a 82 rated card on FIFA! =3

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    Brighton bought Argentine attacker Alexis Mac Allister. He will join the club next summer though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmfan View Post
    Brighton bought Argentine attacker Alexis Mac Allister. He will join the club next summer though.
    isn't he another winger

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    If Matt Ryan can play for Brighton, Ali Beiranvand can play for Arsenal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    isn't he another winger
    He isn't a winger.
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