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  1. Quick question here, does anyone know fans can attend the u18s match tomorrow at Bodymoor?
  2. They are a great partnership for me, they compliment each other well. Konsa just keeps it simple, he doesn’t over complicate the game, I like that about him. Mings is tough and good in the air, he is still an inexperienced league player, people forget that
  3. For a 17 year old on his full Premier League debut, I thought he did well. There will be plenty more to come from him, I am talking about Carney Chukwuemeka here
  4. Agreed, he was a good keeper
  5. Patterson went off after about 60 minutes or so, I originally thought he was a midfielder but every time I’ve seen him play, he’s played at left back. He’s solid defensively, no frills style left back. Although they lost, Feeney was excellent, spraying long range passes off both feet, he’s elegant and good on the ball. Not only that, he’s tough and takes no prisoners on the pitch. I have high hopes for both of them from what I’ve seen so far
  6. It’s the second time I’ve seen Josh Feeney and he just looks class, just eases his way through matches. Travis Patterson has been a bit quieter but he also looks to have a bright future in the game. Jobe Bellingham is playing too but he’s been quite quiet, the Dutch have had the most of the play
  7. I think he is quite elegant and good on the ball, I think he is a ball playing centre back but he does just hoof it upfield quite a lot. He knows Watkins will chase it when Watkins plays, when we have Ings playing up front, we need to be a bit more cute because he doesn’t work as hard as Watkins but he is just as clinical
  8. They can only beat what’s in front of them, the players have no influence on who they play against
  9. villalad21, he has never let us down when he has played for us in the past. He played a big role in getting us back to the Premier League. He is a great deputy, I think he should be commended for staying at Villa for as long as he has and he never kicks up a fuss, just gets on with his job
  10. I haven’t seen him play, so I can’t comment sadly
  11. I saw him for our u23s, he looked really great, he just strolled through the match. It’s impressive for a player that is only 16 years old, he’s a first year scholar
  12. I watched the u23s on the official site last night, anyone could tell within 5 minutes that Josh Feeney is going to be a player. He has all of the ingredients to be a top player, he’s strong in the air and quite elegant and good on the ball too. It’s hard to believe that he is only 16 years old, he just looks class, he’s a centre back that we signed in the Summer from Fleetwood Townhouse
  13. I’ve only seen him on Arsenaltv for our u18s last season, he looked good. He scored for our u18s last season as an u15. His size didn’t seem to be an obstacle for him when I saw him. He’s not small, not particularly tall either. He looks to be a player to keep an eye on though definitely
  14. Haha, I am still the same guy, just mellowed a bit. I’ve seen Patterson a couple of times, he looks good but I don’t want to put too much pressure on him like I have in the past
  15. I agree but I remember Andre Green playing for our u23s at 15. He’s at Slovan Bratislava now
  16. What would you have done differently barry’sboots?
  17. I think you’re spot on as per usual, even Man City don’t blow everyone away with the money they’ve spent, well they will now if they sign Harry Kane too. We have to be patient as fans and the results will come, it will take time for the new players to settle in and gel but even after one match, the early signs are good, 1 assist for Leon Bailey and 1 goal for Danny Ings in the first match against Watford away. We have to find that fine balance between attacking and defending, it will take time but the foundations are in place now. In the short time that Dean Smith has been in charge at the club, he has transformed us from mid-table in The Championship to mid-table in the Premier League. He has done a fantastic job and will only continue to do so hopefully TRO, you always talk sense and I also agree with you, it is a pleasure to read your posts and interact with you on here
  18. I think you’re right about Sanson, just ease him in, it would be cruel on him to expect him to perform miracles against Newcastle United. Whenever Nakamba and Luiz have played together for us, they don’t work well together in my opinion. They are good individually though
  19. I think that Nakamba and Luiz are good players individually but they don’t compliment each other when they play together. I’d play Sanson instead of either of them if he’s fit, I think he would compliment the other midfielders that we have. Although, Sanson has only come on as sub in a few matches, you could tell he has quality on the ball
  20. I think you’re spot on but people where I sit go up in arms when 1 pass goes astray in the opening minutes (I am aware that I probably haven’t worded that very well but I hope you catch my drift). I think us as supporters expect too much of our own team’s players generally these days and are too critical when errors are made on the pitch. The players aren’t superhuman, they will make mistakes, we as fans just need to stay with them when they do
  21. I think you are correct, I also think that it is worth remembering that we are only 1 game in to the season. It is going to take some time for the new players to adapt but already after only 1 match, they are showing good signs, even though it was a defeat, I think there were positives to be taken from the match
  22. Sorry, I wasn’t clear, my point was that having one star man isn’t good for team morale. The rest of the squad wouldn’t have been in good spirits knowing that their only option was to pass to Grealish
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