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Kun Aguero

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  • Birthday 02/06/1999
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    Manchester City
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    Paris Saint-Germain

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  1. Samsung for me pls, might need that Heal and Morale boost now that I have Messi in my team @d e m a r a i you're next
  2. Deal Done! We can confirmed that Lionel Messi had just completed a move to Kun's Army in a deal involving Wilfried Zaha and another 70m fee. The Argentinean forward known as one of the best players in football will be forming a deadly attacking lineup with the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Heung-Min Son and Dusan Tadic. "It's a huge deal for the team, and we hope Messi can help the team to challenge for the league title next season." says the manager Diego Simeone who had been a long time admirer of the forward. However Messi's injuries last season had been a looming concern. Reports suggested that the forward had failed the medical since he still haven't fully recover from the injury but the chairman insisted on signing him.
  3. Kun's Army Season Summary The 1st official season of Kun's Army had been quite a disappointing one after being top of the league in the first two months of the season. It's even more painful that we just failed to hit the season objective by only 1 point. The month where we concede 15+ goals was the turning point of the season IMO, we are the team with the best defensive before that, and suddenly one of the worst after that. It all happens after @DanEnglish praised Bonucci for his defensive performance, so the team captain may need some talking to before the 2nd season. There's a few stars that have some outstanding performance, but the best was definitely Dusan Tadic. I had expected him to be providing lots of assists, but 29 assists + 15 goals was way more than what I expect. Heung-Min Son was great as well, but he seems to be losing his form after an injury in January. Robert Lewandowski was good with his 29 goals, but tbh I'm expecting more from him. There's also a few disappointments/flops, including Wilfried Zaha. He had quite a nice start, but didn't really live to the expectations after that, while his discipline record was awful with 4 red cards and 15 yellow cards! Rumors are spreading around that the former Man Utd player might had already played his final game for the team. Another disappointment might be Allan Saint-Maximin, only 4 assists from the former Newcastle winger was definitely way below expectation. (He's available for a cash/swap deal if anyone's interested πŸ‘€)
  4. Same for Tadic πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ while Kouyate and Alonso from Crystal Palace that concede 73 goals are in the TOTY
  5. At least I'm still above @broodje kip πŸ˜„ Edit : Just realised I had won the the FA Cup against @Rich, at least not a trophyless season then
  6. Kun's Army back in business πŸ˜„ We could be winning both domestic cups as well
  7. Did I just concede 16 goals in a month? 😑
  8. That QPR match without any doubt
  9. No more injuries for Son and Schmeichel! πŸŽ‰
  10. Lot of wins this month, but that defeat against @Rich is unacceptable 😑 Hope the injury for Son wasn't a long term one 🀞
  11. Totally agree with RB Leipzig being an interesting club to manage now that they have Ilaix Moriba