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Awful.

 

He can’t start again until

 

1) he grows a pair and stops crying like a little girl with every challenge.

2) he grows a pair and stops crying like a little girl with every challenge

3) he grows a pair, and stops rolling around on the floor when he should be busting a gut to get into the box

Why smith keeps him on for 85 minutes when he’s by some distance the worst player on the pitch is beyond me.

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I think Keinan Davis is a bit crap, and has shown nothing to deserve starting for a Premier League club. But I'd give him a chance ahead of this **** passenger.

7 games in a row he's offered very, very little. Even when he scores, he's been invisible for most of the game. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, for a big bloke, he falls to the floor at any opportunity.

Too weak, too anonymous. Too expensive. 

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Wet yogurt is very accurate.

Has to be dropped for Norwich trip. A pathetic, limp performance.

Letting the whole team down. Wins absolutely nothing. Literally like having no one up front.

If he was a youth player who had just appeared I'd be saying he's got no chance of making it as a Premier League player.

For the McGinn disallowed goal it was right to him and he missed it 4 yards out.

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Odd one as strikers need confidence to get out of sticky patches but I have to agree he needs to be dropped for KD or even JK if ready next week. Let’s hope he reacts to being dropped and turns it around. 
it’s a lot of the lad for the £’a paid, new country etc. but sadly he hasn’t impressed me (bar the Everton game and not just for the goal) but a long time for him to do so. 

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Abysmal 🙈

I really want him to succeed but he looked more like a clown today. 

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2 minutes ago, Spoony said:

I see the experiment to merge Heskey and Baros was a great success. 

I think even Milan Baros had more spike about him, and he was as big a fanny as they come.

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The performances of Wesley are actually the one that gives me hope for the rest of the season.

If we can be 'in' games with him upfront as a human mannequin doing **** all then we might actually be a decent prem team. 

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2 minutes ago, villanmac said:

The performances of Wesley are actually the one that gives me hope for the rest of the season.

If we can be 'in' games with him upfront as a human mannequin doing **** all then we might actually be a decent prem team. 

It gives me hope I might still get a lucky break and wear the #9 for Villa.

I'm getting Bosko Balaban vibes. 

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1 minute ago, villalad21 said:

Did nothing all game.

Sums up his season so far really.

2 goals in 7 is really nothing 🙄

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The money we've spent on forwards the past 4 years has been abysmal for what we've got back. 

Kodjia the only one who has lived up to his tag and probably the one people wanted rid of quickly. 

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When he signed people said he needed time and he is very raw, club not getting an experienced back up is more an issue than Wesley. 

Feel he is taking bit too much of the heat

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1 minute ago, Zatman said:

2 goals in 7 is really nothing 🙄

Even in the games he scored, he was anonymous for 89 minutes. Do you watch him play? A cheeky toepoke then aimlessly wondering around the pitch, falling over everytime there's a tall bit of a grass, and suddenly that's a decent performance if you just look at goals. He's shit. 

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