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2 minutes ago, st albans fox said:

Based on what ?

 

one amazing pass at Brentford ........

Err no like I mentioned before, he's been solid whenever he's come on. His passing is really good and his tackling is better than YT. Like I said, he's not really put a foot wrong whenever he's played....oh and that amazing pass at Brentford 

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Though he hasn't been at his best so far this season Youri isn't the problem. He's not a grafter he's a creator like Maddison.. The problem is we have no Ball winners between Vardy and the back Four other than NDiddi.

We need another ball winner with aggression in there to win the Ball with Wilf. Which is why I'm delighted were chasing that lad Holberg from Southampton.

With him and Wilf protecting the back 4 Then Youri and Mads can flourish in a slightly more advanced position, Knowing that there is cover behind them.

 

This will bring a better balance to the Team and make us a better attacking force.

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Tielemans is a class above. He is a match winner with his passing.

Looked like He was getting back to his best today

Praet is more of a kingy type player.steady Eddie.without the ghosting in for goals like Andy at his peak.

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Whatever his qualities are on the ball, there is something seriously wrong that he or the coaching staff are doing in training/the gym. His lack of pace is alarming, especially given his age and the fact that he didn't look this slow last season. Yes he may have mis-controlled the ball in the first half, but he was still painfully slow trying to run through. It was actually pretty comical to see a professional footballer run so slowly.

 

Ok he played well on the ball and made some decent passes (including the assists), but there is still work for him to do to improve his speed. 

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A point worth making about Tielemans is, he does seem to be slow for a modern day midfielder but if you think his fitness levels are suspect then check the distance covered by him during games. He is usually top for us and often tops the opposition too, he covers a lot of ground but he's just naturally a slow looking player. His football brain is quicker than most though!

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3 hours ago, Ian Nacho said:

I thought he was quality today :dunno:

First twenty-five minutes were awful but suddenly clicked into form and was pretty good for the rest of the game. Our central midfield was the weakest area on the pitch for me though today personally. 

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1 hour ago, TJB-fox said:

First twenty-five minutes were awful but suddenly clicked into form and was pretty good for the rest of the game. Our central midfield was the weakest area on the pitch for me though today personally. 

To be honest then whole team was pretty awful for the first 25mins 

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On 01/02/2020 at 23:17, Anish said:

Whatever his qualities are on the ball, there is something seriously wrong that he or the coaching staff are doing in training/the gym. His lack of pace is alarming, especially given his age and the fact that he didn't look this slow last season. Yes he may have mis-controlled the ball in the first half, but he was still painfully slow trying to run through. It was actually pretty comical to see a professional footballer run so slowly.

 

Ok he played well on the ball and made some decent passes (including the assists), but there is still work for him to do to improve his speed. 

Oh you’re back, moved from Barnes to Tielemans now. 🦊😊

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There are too many sensitive souls on here , criticism of players is not hate . I always check the independent ratings and you can soon tell who is in or out of form. Youri's ratings are worse than last year so something has changed . If you highlight this it is considered an attack , it is not . In his case he has a history of starting well at a club and then disappointing and that is bound to worry some of us.

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