Football terms to retire

Big six.

Hate this term when it was man u Woolwich Chelsea and Liverpool it was all the big 4 now Woolwich and man u and Chelsea don't regularly break top 4 its a big 6. Fuck off big 6 is simply a term used by the media to keep failing teams still in the conversation. The top 4 hasn't been replaced by a big 6.
 
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Surely, it was big 4 because Chelsea, Man Utd, Woolwich and Liverpool WERE the big 4 clubs.

You had Liverpool and Man Utd, two of the most successful teams in history and then Chelsea and Woolwich who by Premier League standards were big clubs at the time. Chelsea were winning titles and domestic trophies and Woolwich had won league titles and competed.

It only turned big 6 when ourselves and Man City started rising to finish 4th (and above) and compete.

It wasn't because those teams finished outside the top 4 at all. Because at times when they did, the likes of Newcastle and Aston Villa had finished in that top 6 and never got called it - because they weren't clubs stable enough to keep it up.

Big 6 is actually a term used to describe 6 of the best teams in the Premier League on either size, history and revenue.

That won't change until Woolwich continuously fall out of that top 6.
 

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"Inverted wingers" are just inside forwards

There are slight differences.

Inside forwards will look to cut inside WITHOUT the ball. Players like Salah, Mane, Son etc.

Whereas inverted wingers will stay on the line and only look to cut in when they have the ball. Think of someone like Mahrez? Robben?

I just call them attackers \o/
 
There are slight differences.

Inside forwards will look to cut inside WITHOUT the ball. Players like Salah, Mane, Son etc.

Whereas inverted wingers will stay on the line and only look to cut in when they have the ball. Think of someone like Mahrez? Robben?

I just call them attackers \o/
Totti Totti you're no fucking fun its Friday. Spurs play tommorow, Stop pulling apart my football whimsies.
 
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