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Re: We're getting Perisic lads
Posted by: SandyB1
Date: 28/01/2019 15:22
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litmus
Pray this will happen somehow.
He is the type of player that makes things happen, you can see in the semis against England how he fought and played on the edge. He is a type of player that forces things to happen, always wanting to effect the game himself. People were saying how good Modric was but Perisic was the one who drove the team - he was a lion with his agressive, physical play, and he is smart enough to get away with a lot of his physical play that other players gets called for. And he is a bona fide goalscorer. Still remember the screamer he scored against us in the CL for Dortmund.

He will add another dimension to the team, and fits Emery' pressing game to a T.

The club should sell whoever we need to sell to raise funds to get him.

Agreed Perisic was beast in WC for Croatia better than Mordric.

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