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====Nonsense Players====
 
====Nonsense Players====
While there are no designated ‘nonsense’ players, the natural enemy of the no-nonsense player is the [[luxury player]]. Luxury players possess great natural skill, but their laziness or lack of efficiency makes them a liability to the manager. These players are a rigorous threat to the integrity of the sport, as they should not be dickrided by lunkheaded, obsessed Football Twitter stans.
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While there are no designated ‘nonsense’ players, the natural enemy of the no-nonsense player is the [[luxury player]]. Luxury players possess great natural skill, but their laziness or lack of efficiency makes them a liability to the manager.
   
 
A famous example of a luxury player is [[Matthew Le Tissier]], whose spectacular goals in some matches were matched only by his spectacular anonymity in others. In the 1996-7 season he scored a hat-trick of overhead kicks in the space of 40 seconds against Blackburn, but in the next game (at Derby) spent the entire ninety minutes in a hot tub specially installed near one of the corner flags. Other notable examples include Bournemouth's Callum Wilson, Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, and Norwich City's Todd Cantwell.
 
A famous example of a luxury player is [[Matthew Le Tissier]], whose spectacular goals in some matches were matched only by his spectacular anonymity in others. In the 1996-7 season he scored a hat-trick of overhead kicks in the space of 40 seconds against Blackburn, but in the next game (at Derby) spent the entire ninety minutes in a hot tub specially installed near one of the corner flags. Other notable examples include Bournemouth's Callum Wilson, Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, and Norwich City's Todd Cantwell.

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