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1 minute ago, villan-scott said:

We looked so much better when he came in today. 

well, i would say we looked so much better when Guilbert, Targett and Jota came on, i think the 3 of them will be important for us this season.

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I think Freddie is going to set the Premier League alight and his play is going to be highlighted a lot on various football shows. 

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On 23/07/2019 at 18:32, KenjiOgiwara said:

Is it really 7 years ago? I would have guessed 2015 or something. Feels like yesterday 

I was living in the the city round the corner from summer row, good times, although remember going to watch it to escape the crazy ex Mrs.

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Another very impressive performance. 

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1 minute ago, AVTuco said:

Made some mistakes in the first half though.

And some bad passing in the second half. Looked like he struggled with the tempo and high pressure

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2 minutes ago, lexicon said:

Another very impressive performance. 

He has some big mistakes in his locker as well.

His pace and stamina make him a huge threat going forwards, but he is defensively suspect and has concentration lapses on the ball.

Our style will suit him, and he will have a good season IMO, but he will also cost us points occasionally this season.

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Another one to ease in over time. Thought he had a poor game today..... including his forward play.

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I think he’ll be fine once the coaching staff train those silly errors out of him.

 

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53 minutes ago, KentVillan said:

He has some big mistakes in his locker as well.

His pace and stamina make him a huge threat going forwards, but he is defensively suspect and has concentration lapses on the ball.

Our style will suit him, and he will have a good season IMO, but he will also cost us points occasionally this season.

It's worth it. I'd rather gain 3 points as a result of going for it than trying to hold on to a point/lose a point holding back. 

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5 minutes ago, Wezbid said:

It's worth it. I'd rather gain 3 points as a result of going for it than trying to hold on to a point/lose a point holding back. 

Agreed 10 wins is worth 30 draws. I'd rather lose 2/3 would be draws and get the win in the last 1/3. Getting wins is better for morale than losing is bad and draws probably won't impact it much unless it is against a really good team I'd rather we go for those points. 

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Saracchi is a very good attacking full back, one of the best in Europe in attack. Probably not much better in Premier League attacking wise. Good test

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1 hour ago, Wezbid said:

It's worth it. I'd rather gain 3 points as a result of going for it than trying to hold on to a point/lose a point holding back. 

Theres no guarantee that 'going for it' will yield 3 points though. 

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4 minutes ago, hippo said:

Theres no guarantee that 'going for it' will yield 3 points though. 

Of course but 2 wins would cover 6 draws, that's huge. Spurs lost 13 last season, just 4 less than 16th placed Southampton and still got 4th place. Thankfully, I don't see Dean Smith as one to cling for a point. It's nice not losing many but pointless (almost) if you're not picking up many 3 points. 

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