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Wolves 4-3 Leicester City

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  1. 4.9

    Total Average Rating

    101 votes
  2. Highest Rated Player

    Demarai Gray 5.9
  3. Lowest Rated Player

    Nampalys Mendy 3.7
  4. Manager Confidence 46% -6%

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Season: 2018/19
Voting Starts: 19/01/19
Voting Ends: 24/01/19

  1. Kasper Schmeichel
  2. Danny Simpson
  3. Wes Morgan
  4. Harry Maguire
  5. Ben Chilwell
  6. Nampalys Mendy
  7. Wilfred Ndidi
  8. Ricardo Pereira
  9. Demarai Gray
  10. Harvey Barnes
  11. Jamie Vardy
  12. Jonny Evans (sub)
  13. James Maddison (sub)
  14. Kelechi Iheanacho (sub)

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Schmeichel 7

 

Simpson 3

Morgan 3

Maguire 4

Chilwell 5

 

Mendy 3

Ndidi 3

 

Ricardo 4

Gray 5

Barnes 5

 

Vardy 6

 

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42 minutes ago, ttfn said:

Schmeichel 7

 

Simpson 3

Morgan 3

Maguire 4

Chilwell 5

 

Mendy 3

Ndidi 3

 

Ricardo 4

Gray 5

Barnes 5

 

Vardy 6

 

how can Kasper possibly be a 7? made two decent saves, let 4 in, couldn't sort out his defence and gave the ball away in stoppage time instead of holding on to it, which ultimately cost us the game

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Schmeichel - 6 (exposed for the goals, did well to prevent a rout)

Simpson - 4 (OK going forward, but caught out so many times because of it and cruelly left for dead by the pace of the Wolves winger)

Morgan - 3 (the Old Man has been exposed once again. He really should be only a bench player now)

Maguire - 4 (OK, he got an injury early, but an England Centre back - really!?)

Chilwell - 6 (could be criticised for not being there when the Wolves winger was crossing, but he was playing as a left Wing back and should be covered by the defensive midfielders when upfield)

Mendy - 3 (a walking disaster, the fact this guy plays instead of Choudhury, is one of the main criticisms of Puel)

Ndidi - 4 ( caught out so often upfield, but with Mendy being such a liability and no Choudhury, he should have been doing a better defensive job) 

Pereira - 6 (a real talent as a left winger, but he had to cover so much for the slowness of Simpson) 

Gray - 7 (MotM - the player most likely to score throughout the match and showed real glimpses of an ability to fill the role as a second striker)

Barnes - 6 (a bit anonymous in the first half, but came out firing in the second and should never have been substituted)

Vardy - 5 (not at his best, but still contributed to the second half comeback - and showed his old desire, when often tackling back)

 

Evans - 6 (we were so much better defensively when he came on - there's no way Morgan should be ahead of him as a first choice Centre back)  

Maddison - 5 (flashes of desire and skill, but how he missed that late chance and still kept getting into such poor postitions?!)

Iheanacho - 4 (he should never have come on - Albrighton would have been by far the better choice)

 

Puel - 3. His time is up, I think.  The decisions he made in regard to choosing Morgan (if Evans was fit), Simpson and Mendy (instead of Choudhury) to start; the lack of management skill to MAKE Ndidi & Mendy cover Chilwell's runs upfield; the substitution of Barnes and replacing Simpson by Iheanacho instead of Albrighton, all show he hasn't got it.    

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7 minutes ago, Outfox the Fox said:

Schmeichel - 6 (exposed for the goals, did well to prevent a rout)

Simpson - 4 (OK going forward, but caught out so many times because of it and cruelly left for dead by the pace of the Wolves winger)

Morgan - 3 (the Old Man has been exposed once again. He really should be only a bench player now)

Maguire - 4 (OK, he got an injury early, but an England Centre back - really!?)

Chilwell - 6 (could be criticised for not being there when the Wolves winger was crossing, but he was playing as a left Wing back and should be covered by the defensive midfielders when upfield)

Mendy - 3 (a walking disaster, the fact this guy plays instead of Choudhury, is one of the main criticisms of Puel)

Ndidi - 4 ( caught out so often upfield, but with Mendy being such a liability and no Choudhury, he should have been doing a better defensive job) 

Pereira - 6 (a real talent as a left winger, but he had to cover so much for the slowness of Simpson) 

Gray - 7 (MotM - the player most likely to score throughout the match and showed real glimpses of an ability to fill the role as a second striker)

Barnes - 6 (a bit anonymous in the first half, but came out firing in the second and should never have been substituted)

Vardy - 5 (not at his best, but still contributed to the second half comeback - and showed his old desire, when often tackling back)

 

Evans - 6 (we were so much better defensively when he came on - there's no way Morgan should be ahead of him as a first choice Centre back)  

Maddison - 5 (flashes of desire and skill, but how he missed that late chance and still kept getting into such poor postitions?!)

Iheanacho - 4 (he should never have come on - Albrighton would have been by far the better choice)

 

Puel - 3. His time is up, I think.  The decisions he made in regard to choosing Morgan (if Evans was fit), Simpson and Mendy (instead of Choudhury) to start; the lack of management skill to MAKE Ndidi & Mendy cover Chilwell's runs upfield; the substitution of Barnes and replacing Simpson by Iheanacho instead of Albrighton, all show he hasn't got it.    

i only disagree with Gray, he cost us today, poor shooting and losing the ball in bad situations

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5 hours ago, H.a.r.r.y said:

how can Kasper possibly be a 7? made two decent saves, let 4 in, couldn't sort out his defence and gave the ball away in stoppage time instead of holding on to it, which ultimately cost us the game

He made three saves that spring to mind, one routine, one good and one outstanding. He can't be responsible for Chilwell repeatedly losing track of his man when he's being told to sit back, or never putting any pressure on the ball whatsoever when sides are advancing on our area. Nor for Morgan getting caught out by a long, straight punt. Nor for Maguire failing to get lift-off. Nor for Gray giving the ball away in a dangerous position when we should have been setting up a counter. Nor for Simpson being second to a ball across the box. He might have made an error in the build-up to a goal but he wasn't the main culprit, or even the second main culprit, for any of those goals. I saw plenty of people pinpointing his distribution as a major problem today but I thought it was mostly decent on this occasion. Liverpool bought a keeper and cited his distribution as one of the main motives, and he manages to belt the ball straight out, or straight to an opponent on several occasions almost every time I've seen him.

 

But okay, 7 might be a bit generous!

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5 hours ago, Outfox the Fox said:

Schmeichel - 6 (exposed for the goals, did well to prevent a rout)

Simpson - 4 (OK going forward, but caught out so many times because of it and cruelly left for dead by the pace of the Wolves winger)

Morgan - 3 (the Old Man has been exposed once again. He really should be only a bench player now)

Maguire - 4 (OK, he got an injury early, but an England Centre back - really!?)

Chilwell - 6 (could be criticised for not being there when the Wolves winger was crossing, but he was playing as a left Wing back and should be covered by the defensive midfielders when upfield)

Mendy - 3 (a walking disaster, the fact this guy plays instead of Choudhury, is one of the main criticisms of Puel)

Ndidi - 4 ( caught out so often upfield, but with Mendy being such a liability and no Choudhury, he should have been doing a better defensive job) 

Pereira - 6 (a real talent as a left winger, but he had to cover so much for the slowness of Simpson) 

Gray - 7 (MotM - the player most likely to score throughout the match and showed real glimpses of an ability to fill the role as a second striker)

Barnes - 6 (a bit anonymous in the first half, but came out firing in the second and should never have been substituted)

Vardy - 5 (not at his best, but still contributed to the second half comeback - and showed his old desire, when often tackling back)

 

Evans - 6 (we were so much better defensively when he came on - there's no way Morgan should be ahead of him as a first choice Centre back)  

Maddison - 5 (flashes of desire and skill, but how he missed that late chance and still kept getting into such poor postitions?!)

Iheanacho - 4 (he should never have come on - Albrighton would have been by far the better choice)

 

Puel - 3. His time is up, I think.  The decisions he made in regard to choosing Morgan (if Evans was fit), Simpson and Mendy (instead of Choudhury) to start; the lack of management skill to MAKE Ndidi & Mendy cover Chilwell's runs upfield; the substitution of Barnes and replacing Simpson by Iheanacho instead of Albrighton, all show he hasn't got it.    

I thought Gray had a mixed afternoon, to be honest. He was very sloppy in the build-up to their first and, while looking dangerous at times, sometimes seems to lack a little awareness and anticipation. And he has the occasional nightmare moment in him, as we saw today. I see the potential, of course, and it was a good strike.

 

For me, Chilwell was extremely poor. His distribution and decision-making was lousy in attack and he never applied pressure to the ball in defence, letting attack upon attack sweep straight through him as if he wasn't there.

 

Vardy, on the other hand, did fine. He linked well and got involved in a lot of build-up play in the second half. There was a stray cross at one point, but he worked hard, defended superbly and bagged a good assist.

 

I wouldn't slate Puel for picking Morgan either. I thought he was decent enough last week and, as well as being captain, has been the more consistent performer out of him and Maguire in one of (up to now) the division's best defences. It's when Maguire plays, not when Morgan or Evans play, that our goals conceded per game average rises significantly. Of course I accept both were awful today and that Wes probably won't be an option for much longer, especially with three decent CBs waiting in the wings.

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