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David Banner On Trayvon Martin

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May 5th, 2012
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The always outspoken David Banner sits down with Black Enterprise and expresses his frustration over the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.Many speculate that Martin’s death was motivated by race. Banner passionately calls for change in both the culture, and in D.C.
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    So we are currently lieknd with a January move for Sanchez and Luiz. We are also heavily lieknd with a summer move for Lukaku as the direct replacement of King Drogba (start calling him this), also start calling Lampard and Terry King as well. We need younger talents who will adapt easier to the CURRENT game. The old talents do have experience, but the game has changed greatly over the past 10 years and even greater since the last season, as you can see instead of 3 clubs challenging, we know have 5 with a potential 6 if Liverpool get back on track. The younger talents have higher adaptability because they are still learning and it makes no sense for a man who is soon retiring to learn some new moves. The younger talents also have pace and stamina over quite a few of our older players although some special ones seem to never age. If I were to state 3, Giggs, Del Piero and Beckham would have to be my choices. Luiz has creativity and would have Alex and Ivanovic fighting for places. Sanchez would have Malouda and Zhirkov fighting for a place. Look at it, with a deep squad, the players train harder than ever so that they can get a place in the team. With a thin squad, there is no need to train hard, because you know your place is already cemented. Last year, Essien, Lampard, Deco, Joe Cole, Ballack, Malouda and Zhirkov fought to get play. Now they don’t have to, becuase their is no one to fight with. I will try to sum up our slump right now.Peter Kenyon claimed we were spending big wads, for NOW (2004) but our future was the main target. Well it seems Roman didn’t allow this to happen properly and UEFA implementing new rules hit us at a bad time. So we cut a squad, which was trying to build and was only 50% done, and now we are struggling with creating profits and with a old, tired squad we are losing and not performing to our standard.So to those who wanted Carlo to get sacked, think again as Carlo should not and did not fear his job as it was never his fault. He was running smoothly was a slump likely to come but not a big one, Roman out of the blue does something that Carlo would have never in a million years liked to have happened and bham a bigger one appears. There is a chance to win, Man Utd, Tottenham and Arsenal over the years have shown that they always trip at the end and allow someone to get ahead even if by just one point as shown in the 09/10 season.I would love to see this:4-3-3 (left to right)Cechvan Aanholt Terry Alex IvanovicMcEchran Ramires LampardSturridge Anelka KalouDrogba on at 65 minutes for KalouKakuta on for Sturridge at 70 minutesKeep sub availableGo all out from kick off and the moment you score a goal, go for another, and another, and another until 90 minutes has come. When the strikers seem not to be working, push Ramires and Ivanovic up but let Terry stay down as he has no creativity what so ever. Luiz does though 22

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