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@uapersonal

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Joined on January 31, 2019
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @uapersonal and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

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an hour
Average replies
8
Average retweets
31
Average likes
284
Tweets with photos
15 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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an hour ago

£60-70m for both Grealish and Buendia coupled with ~£90m for Sancho and we never have to see Pereira, Lingard or Mata again. If we sell a few pieces we can get a CB or LB too. The rest will come. 2021-22.

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an hour ago

Point: The biology errors aren't actually minor now that I think about it. They're not bad errors but they're exaggerated to the point of being wrong i.e. "never fully recover" etc.

Riqui Puig played a magic pass against Athletic Bilbao, but was it a smart choice? Analytics can help us think about passing options in terms of risk, reward, and probability. Sound on for voiceover 🔊 https://t.co/1Co9x26Fz7

In a guest feature for Stats Perform, @KubaMichalczyk outlines the findings of a project that applied tracking data to establish whether line-breaking passes increase goalscoring probability, as well as identifying players adept at breaking lines.  https://t.co/G6nmVjL1Dz https://t.co/EEUCVfJFn2

In a guest feature for Stats Perform, @KubaMichalczyk outlines the findings of a project that applied tracking data to establish whether line-breaking passes increase goalscoring probability, as well as identifying players adept at breaking lines. https://t.co/G6nmVjL1Dz https://t.co/EEUCVfJFn2

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an hour ago

Barkley's goal is well taken. Generally, an in-step finish (i.e. foot around the ball) is more commonly used in that position but due to defender positioning and how close he is there's a big chance he cannot generate enough curve on the ball. His forefront finish was lovely.

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an hour ago

Quoted @laligafrauds

AWAITED THREAD In early 2014, Cristiano Ronaldo was diagnosed with a chronic knee condition called tendinosis. It's a heavy injury that has no cure and gets worse over time. https://t.co/41sZaoTKRx

AWAITED THREAD

In early 2014, Cristiano Ronaldo was diagnosed with a chronic knee condition called tendinosis. It's a heavy injury that has no cure and gets worse over time. https://t.co/41sZaoTKRx

This is well researched. A couple of minor mistakes in terms of biology but very well put together overall. https://t.co/e058WbGJHn

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an hour ago

Quoted @KizzaUTD

@uapersonal His knee injury really affected his freekicks

I noticed this too. Ever since 2014 he's ability to strike a football has not been the same no matter what he's done. It's only when he's altered his technique has he found any success. This is rarely factored in when people analyse his numbers – my model does thankfully. https://t.co/H0tz1TFGeC

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an hour ago

Quoted @Rygista

Crazy how Ronaldo’s been underwhelming in freekicks past few years yet he has the most number of FK’s amongst all active players.

If this is true that's quite a stat. Just how many did this guy score in his younger days, man? https://t.co/FJi2NkAbih

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2 hours ago

Pulisic might be a problem you know.

In early October I sent Solskjær a message acknowledging the good he was doing, saying I was sure he would bring us success. He responded: “I'm glad someone can see progress, we do. And the attacking will come.”

We've scored 41 goals in our last 16 games. https://t.co/uEhSRZEnah

In early October I sent Solskjær a message acknowledging the good he was doing, saying I was sure he would bring us success. He responded: “I'm glad someone can see progress, we do. And the attacking will come.” We've scored 41 goals in our last 16 games. https://t.co/uEhSRZEnah

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4 hours ago

@uapersonal Refuse to believe there is a single genuine Manchester United fan who can’t see any positives in a club legend rejuvenating the team, on a long unbeaten run, scoring freely with many academy players involved. Even if you don’t rate Ole you can surely see some positives

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4 hours ago

This is just a mere thought – nothing to it. He could very well be and at the same time he might not be at all. I'm just saying I'm not sure as opposed to the many who see it as a foregone conclusion.

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4 hours ago

Quoted @Vintage_Utd

If you’re going to give Ole stick when we lose games, then you should also give him praise when we win games, too. 👍

They can't. When we lose Ole's the reason. When we win the players are the reason. There is no nuance with them but deep down all of them know that Ole is succeeding now just like he said he would. https://t.co/ZrcL2X1dmv

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5 hours ago

If we buy Sancho I'm not sure it's Greenwood who's dropped…

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10 hours ago
I suspect more of this will occur around Europe. https://t.co/jATtRuFx7T

I suspect more of this will occur around Europe. https://t.co/jATtRuFx7T

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11 hours ago

Quoted @thejulianbass

if y’all can retweet this enough times that Disney calls, that’d be greatly appreciated https://t.co/GrKlIRxg3J

I'm sure this guy had a few hundred followers before he posted this. https://t.co/MhW3podcFK

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20 hours ago

Quoted @_KKabs

Takefusa Kubo VS Atlético Madrid (Part 1/2) https://t.co/0kofoiGQHs

The take at 1:02 till 1:06 is so, so, so good for a 19-year old, man. Intangibles on show. https://t.co/FAL0awLlTf

Quoted @BusterScher

Top 10 Male athletes of all time (IMO) 1: Bo Jackson 2: Michael Jordan 3: Jim Brown 4: Floyd Mayweather 5: Pele 6: Wayne Gretzky 7: LeBron James 8: Deion Sanders 9: Roger Federer 10: Usain Bolt What would you change?? ⤵️⤵️

Ronaldo should be on here but Wilt Chamberlain not being first is a massive problem. https://t.co/16LEmhPPJi

Quoted @utd_Visionary

I’m really not ok with Robertson. Surely after seeing his teammate Ryan Mason lose his career after an injury in 2017 (both at Hull) he’d have respect for rules and avoid dangerous play? Nope, he performs cowardly fouls after the ball is gone on the regular; and then laughs. https://t.co/9tWM48opOR

I’m really not ok with Robertson. Surely after seeing his teammate Ryan Mason lose his career after an injury in 2017 (both at Hull) he’d have respect for rules and avoid dangerous play? Nope, he performs cowardly fouls after the ball is gone on the regular; and then laughs. https://t.co/9tWM48opOR

I'm glad someone brought this up. I remember Young doing it to Di María and it was not cool whatsoever. In terms of rules I'd definitely make pushing a player who is about to come off the pitch an automatic yellow card offence. https://t.co/Oj0Q84zT6S

Let's see how he finishes the season. There's a lot to discover that will impact our viewpoints.

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