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Jonathan Rubuubi

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Jonathan Rubuubi last won the day on May 22 2014

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About Jonathan Rubuubi

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    GoonerCentral
  • Birthday 06/24/1998

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  • Biography
    Share a birthday with one of football's LEGENDS, Leo Messi
  • Location
    Uganda
  • Interests
    Playing football and FIFA
  • Occupation
    Student
  • Favourite Football Club
    Arsenal
  • Participating In Following Setups
    World Championship 30602, World Championship 16694, World Championship 32650
  • Favourite Football Player
    Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic
  • SM Honours Won
    1 World Championship Shield, 1 Division One Runners Up
  • SM Game Account Link
    http://www.soccermanager.com/profile.php?cid=5616681
  1. Been off the site for quite a bit, nice to see that it hasn't died a natural death
  2. Been ages but, hopefully we can turn in a disciplined, well drilled performance against City...on a sidenote, this is the Christmas Santa finally delivered, Jose Mourinho's demise!!!!
  3. Well and truly a title race between City and us now.......Ozil, Ozil, Ozil.....what a player. Probably in the form of his life. Once again, ANOTHER clean sheet and Cech being supreme today....
  4. My oh my, the gift just keeps on giving....
  5. Never in my wildest dreams would I envision a crisis of this magnitude at Chelsea....Christmas, my birthday and then another Christmas has come early!
  6. Absolutely terrific performance all through the pitch.....Ozil's on a purple streak, Theo didn't score but his movement wreaked havoc....lost for words with the strides made by the Coq and Bellerin..may they be mainstays in the club for a long time....How imperious were Kos, Per and Nachoooo??? How gratifying is it having a truly world class GK? Hats off to Petr Cech......Love how Neville suggested that we don't have game plans and we just turn up....with a performance like that, no way we didn't plan comprehensively for Bayern....
  7. Just top banter mate, he dishes some when the going is good, so it's due diligence to dish some back....
  8. Absolutely outclassed today lads....Darmian, Rooney, Blind, Depay and Martial all went missing. Serious questions need to be asked about benching Schneiderlin...
  9. Absolutely stunning performance all through the starting XI. What happened on Wednesday? Take that LvG, for that smug aura pre-game. Blitzkrieg, I believe they call it.......so many star performers, Alexis, Ozil, Coq, Nacho, Cech, Gab.....At this rate, we might as well tank Champs and focus on the league.....standing ovation lads Get In!!!!
  10. From 2009-15, under Mike Dean's refereeing, Arsenal, played 25, won 6, drawn 8, lost 11 for a 24% win percentage. Chelsea, played 29, won 16, drawn 9 and lost 3 for a 55% win percentage. City, played 27, won 15, drawn 7, lost 5 for a 56% win percentage. United, played 21, won 10, drawn 6, lost 5 for a 48% win percentage. Now, Arsenal's win percentage since 2009 is 57%, therefore it is quite evident that there is bias. How can Arsenal's win percentage be so far removed from the others?
  11. At this rate, Costa can get away with murder with a slap on the wrist. Clearly he was looking to rile Kos...how he's not sent off after giving him a facial idk... But noooo....typical, proverbial, clich├ęd disgusting performance by the ref.Gabriel should know better but Costa is no doubt a genius at the dark arts....shame a talented player of his calibre resorts to this level of underhandedness....Wenger should really drill this team to know what brazenly nefarious tactics will be used every matchday against Chelsea. Why am I not surprised?
  12. I am still failing to fathom a turnaround of this magnitude, 12 goals conceded in 9? The Mourinho blueprint is a solid spine/defence, that allows the rest of the team to express themselves and strike telling blows.....when that blueprint goes wrong, the team seems overwhelmingly open. Moreover, what's even more shocking is the lack of obvious solutions to the current malaise, there something fundamentally wrong here...Jose claims that the players are low on morale due to poor results. I disagree, that's the proverbial cart before the horse argument...the poor results are the result of poor subpar performance throughout the entire team. Perhaps the only person absolved of blame is Asmir who had a worldy yesterday. I initially pinned this malaise on the players lacking drive and motivation after having taken the title at a canter and beginning the season with the mentality that the team only had to turn up and the opposing team would lay down and tap out. Now? I'm not sure if that's the only reason....could the dressing room be lost, could the players be losing their confidence in Jose? Costa is playing like a one trick pony only interested in squaring up like a Tyson past his prime, Ivanovic looks like pub team quality, Zouma looked raw, Terry's exploits and exertions last season looked like they are catching up with him. Fabregas is playing like a passenger....what's the point having him if he won't provide the key, defence-splitting passes? Hazard was never on Ronaldo and Messi's level last season, this season? He's slid even further down, not just for Chelsea, but Belgium as well. This is all tasty viewing for me and should next week's result be anything other than a convincing win against Arsenal, then that might just be enough to push Jose off the edge and into the last chance saloon. No way Abramovich will allow this mockery of a title defence to stumble much further.... My 2 cents.
  13. Wonder if he'll blame the Illuminati for today's shambles???.........
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