Hello there. Here is another compilation of deep and impactful trolls, ably sound-tracked by the powerfully voiced Adele.
Powerful voice, powerful lyrics.
As powerful as any of the trolls from the past few days?
Have a read.
Peter lets us in on the Conte master-plan. Which also probably includes a big pay-off from Roman Abrahamovic somewhere down the line this season. Losing to Man Utd in Chelsea’s next league game might be the next step in this wonderful plan.
*The troll above is rated PG-13* Kenechukwu tells us about Watford being nice enough to put 3 blue-coloured balls into the Chelsea net after the Blues had equalised. (If you want the director’s cut and extra insight into the troll, direct all enquiries to Mr. Nweke)
DrSaikat sets up the goal-scoring chance with an incisive through-pass, KDB style. Ike Ofili finishes it emphatically, Sergio Kun Aguero style. Impressive link up play. The Beautiful Game, the Beautiful Art of Trolling.
Prince got in his pre-derby shot with this one. The photo-shopped faces added a nice touch of authenticity. Similar to the way either of these players add authenticity to their dives by rolling around with pained expressions. Although Alli gets booked more often than not for his dives, so he probably needs to add more authenticity.
Spurs did win the North London Derby without requiring any dives. That gave Marcell the opportunity to tell off Arsenal fans for boasting about Rihanna’s support. Lmao.
This one from Nargeh contains some compelling visual evidence. Lacazette sky-rocketed a good chance vs Spurs but deserves forgiveness because he was possibly aiming for a highly placed basketball-net in the Wembley stands. His look-alike would have been proud.
Billy, an Everton fan, definitely enjoyed his cold beverage while watching Spurs draw against his club’s Merseyside rivals. He is even wearing a blue suit in the picture. Total commitment to the cause. Ha!
A brutally effective diss for Klopp’s exuberant celebration after Mo Salah had finished a brilliant solo run for Liverpool’s 2nd goal against Spurs. Tobi then drops a ”finish him” move by wrapping it up with that hashtag. Damn.
Manchester United are fondly referred to as ‘Piano FC’ nowadays. The football might not always be pleasing on the eye, but they have a player who plays music pleasing to the ears. However, Newcastle’s tactic of playing in black and white stripes proved an effective way of getting the win.
And here is Rafa Benitez, bantering after leading Newcastle’s Toon Army to victory over Man Utd’s ‘out of tune’ Army. Well played Rafa, well played.
Deep Trolling. Trolling in the Deep.
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