Jump to content

TheHitman™

Members
  • Post count

    51
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

18 Average

About TheHitman™

  • Rank
    Youth Team

Recent Profile Visitors

157 profile views
  1. Is Shakespeare the right man for the job?

    Southampton lack a cutting edge and penetration. I think that's where we can hurt them. Same with Bournemouth.
  2. Iheanacho

    Iheanacho can do that and more. If you have seen some of his games for City he would do exactly that.
  3. Iheanacho

    You play him to his strengths you won't have to carry him and you wouldn't be so close to the drop zone. But hey if you want to play in a way that is one dimensional and yelling about it, fine.
  4. Iheanacho

    I don't agree with you. He is a much more technical player than shinji and works better when the team has possession. If you are looking for a different approach of play, he is the guy you want as you can't play one tactic all the time. Also he has played so little football for Leicester it is really hard to judge and too early to slate him. Many good players would fail in Leicester's system.
  5. Iheanacho

    Exactly. He hasn't played many minutes for Leicester or even had a proper run of games.
  6. Iheanacho

    I think this is a pretty unfair assessment. Iheanacho does well with the Nigerian national team as well which some can argue doesn't have as many names as Leicester. The problem is application of him. He hasn't been fit and Okazaki has been in form which has hurt his chances of playing. He needs a run of games and a system that fits him for him to really shine. I am a fan of his from the Nigerian national team and from Man City and I will say this, he was changed into a striker at man city so most of his senior football education is that of a striker. Because of that a lot of his formal training is being a poacher. To play him to his best you need a solid midfield and be able to at least hold the ball. You can play him in the hole as a supporting striker as well if you have a strong target man up front. Musa's game is pace but with ball to feet. Iheanacho's game is spatial awareness and intelligence in the box. They are two different players. Iheanacho's game isn't about hustling, it's about finding space, like Thomas Muller.
  7. Is Slimani of premier league quality

    I don't think this is a right or fair assessment. I see premier league target man strikers from other teams and I think what make him have issues is we don't provide him the right service because we can't keep possession anywhere. Put him in Everton, Southampton or even Palace and he would do better for them. I would even say West Brom would work too as they know how to get crosses to a big man. We play like atletico Madrid so we need pacy, physical players to play our best game. That doesn't mean Slim is not PL quality.
  8. Pre Match Thread - Liverpool Home (League)

    I guess Iheanacho doesn't play for us. Iheanacho needs to be brought into the squad and play. It doesn't make sense to buy him and not play him if he is fit.
  9. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    The only thing about this is that with the games that they have they are building confidence and momentum. With that beating up team after team and constantly getting results will help their confidence in beating those bigger teams. Also Mourinho will set his team up to beat or get results against them. The team I am less convinced in is City. They look nice but I think that against an organized, physical defense that doesn't give them any space they will suffer.
  10. Wilfred Ndidi

    Slightly better version of Amartey. You are really funny. Also Bakayoko wasn't even playing first team football at Wilf's age. It's easy to say a player is average when the team is disjointed and he isn't placed in the right midfield pairing. Someone doesn't go from being good to bad in a few months like that.
  11. Is Slimani of premier league quality

    He is premier league quality. He's played and scored in the Champions league which is much more competitive. I think the real question is does he fit Leicester city's system. Looking at how CS wants to play I would wholeheartedly say no. I think the only strikers that can really play the system that CS wants to play are Vardy and Okazaki. Iheanacho can play as a second striker but only in a team where the midfield provides more support and service. We don't do that, and it's also the reason why Okazaki doesn't score much for Leicester.
  12. Penalty taker

    Vardy or Iheanacho. Iheanacho is the designated pen taker for Nigeria and has converted all of his pens.
  13. Chelsea post match 1-2

    I agree with you on Andy King. He is a mid table Championship Midfielder.
  14. Chelsea post match 1-2

    How was it? From what I saw Mahrez lost control of the ball. If you want to talk about shocking, Mahrez was shocking today. Too easily pushed off the ball and too easily dispossessed. It also doesn't help that Gray is selfish as well.
  15. Chelsea post match 1-2

    That wasn't on Iheanacho, that was on Mahrez. Iheanacho only played 20 minutes for the team and you are already criticizing the guy. He needs to get fit and get a run of games before making any judgements. He was actually pretty positive during the game winning the ball and making positive passes.
×