By Cape Gooner
Give yourself a 10 if you strongly agree, a zero if you strongly disagree or any integer in between.
1. I would not replace RvP with Torres, Drogba or Rooney
2. I would not replace Cesc with Gerrard or Lampard
3. I would not replace Song with Essien
4. I would not replace Almunia with Cech, Reina or van der Sar
5. I would not replace Clichy with Cole or Evra
6. I would not replace Gallas or Vermaelen with Terry, Alex, Ferdinand or Vidic
7. I think that both Eboue and Sagna are better than any other RB in the EPL
8. I would not invite two of Fletcher, Anderson, Deco, Ballack, or Lucas to replace two of our group of Diaby, Denilson and Ramsey (and Nasri & Rosicky)
9. I would not invite two of Rodriguez, Kuyt, Benayoun, Nani, Valencia, Cole, Malouda to replace two of our group of Walcott, Arshavin, Nasri and Rosicky (and Eboue & Bendtner)
Some of the questions are not so easy. I think that Essien is better than Song, but not enough better to go through the disruption of the exchange. And can Essien fit in (twice) to the one touch football that opened up WH Porno and almost put Cesc in on goal.
I score 90, but anything over 60 would indicate that you are very pleased with our team.
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