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    Keinan Davis

    I would point to the rise of Raheem Sterling. Pep has been very vocal about the amount of work he has spent on Raheem, a player he recognised as having bag of gile, agility, directness and pace. Sterling before Pep was a frustrating highlight-reel player, that would tend to receive the ball out wide and lose possession as a result of headless-chicken runs (ala Adama)...he was labelled a flop. However, Pep used methods such as spray-painting markings on the pitch to show where he should be in each phase of play, and the result is Raheem being the most lethal wide forwards in the league (if not maybe the world?). Sterling now bags for fun by being in the "right positions". In Davis there is a player with all the tools needed to be a top centre-forward, he has strength, technical ability, good vision, attitude and energy. So I firmly elieve that with work on the training pitch you can mould a 21-year old player to read the game and pop up in right-positions....it all relies on the quality of the coaching (worth noting Davis has arguably not received high-quality attacking coaching), so the question is, is that do we believe Dean's attacking coaching set-up has the ability to achieve what has been done at City?
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    Keinan Davis

    I think you will find that the speed of the game will be alot quicker with quicker turn-over of possession, which will suit strikers such as Davis as more space to play/run into....same goes for Kodija (hence the gaffer's comments yesterday).
  3. His scoring stats seem impressive until you look at the other names in contention. https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/super-lig/torschuetzenliste/wettbewerb/TR1/saison_id/2018
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    Keinan Davis

    Wow. I was at the game on Saturday, he was instrumental to most of our play in the final third. He got alot of love from the rest of the team aswell, his team-mates hold him in high-regard. He's 21 and on a low-wage and 5 years off his prime, selling him now would be madness....you can always cash in a couple of years if it doesn't work out and he'd still only be 23.
  5. I think he would work really well with a strike partner, get Maupay in please.
  6. You think so? We've only got 2 decent wingers and a prospect.
  7. If i'm not mistaken, to manipulate something is to move/control something, so to move and control the ball.
  8. Most sensible thing i've read in a while, almost too sensible.
  9. Eric Dier is a young version of Jedinak, a beast that cannot pass.
  10. Pure guesswork here, but i imagine if you buy a championship club and get them promoted, the value of the club skyrockets or at least considerably increases. Which, in terms off investment carries a higher return or a smaller loss.
  11. Yeah high chance it's a load of toss, just thought I'd share it.
  12. An apparent leaked conversation with his brother is doing the rounds on Twitter..

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