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I really hope he gets a loan, because the mental/concentration side of the game can only really be improved on with experience, which he'll get the most of playing week in week out. So many young players are making the most out of their loans to the Championship these days, I think it makes sense to find one for him. Let him grow past his mistakes away from our harsh fans.

 

Seeing as Fuchs is contracted for one more season anyway, him and Chilwell should be fine for one more season.

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11 hours ago, lee7 said:

He made a couple of mistakes but he will learn from them. I'm fairly certain there's not many players in the u23s who are as clinical as Kane so he'll soon realise mistakes at senior level get punished more often than not. 

 

What impresses me about him is his eye for a pass! Even when crossing he looks to pick out a man and has shown he can cross the ball in a range of different ways. That is something Chilwell lacks even after a couple of seasons at first team level. Also his link up play is impressive. He plays the forward positive passes more often than not. 

He’s miscontrolled it on the edge of the opposition box and lost possession 60 yards from goal. 
 

9 times out of 10 it leads to nothing. He did fine!

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He was unlucky yesterday as mistakes up the pitch don't always lead to goals. I'm sure he's at home feeling shattered having played 2 games in 3days.

Definitely one for the future. A loan to gain experience seems the best option for next season.

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12 hours ago, Ian Nacho said:

Not saying for one minute that Thomas is better than Chilwell, but it is refreshing to see our left back stick in a cross with a bit of pace on it.

Exactly. I thought he looked very bright going forwards. Got a good cross on him. I wouldn't be too harsh on the defensive frailties. That side will get better. Plus he will play alongside a better CB partnership than Wes, Beano and Evans.

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1 minute ago, daddylonglegs said:

He’s miscontrolled it on the edge of the opposition box and lost possession 60 yards from goal. 
 

9 times out of 10 it leads to nothing. He did fine!

Not mentioning the ref had given fouls the other way for lesser challenges where we had won the ball. 

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On 18/07/2020 at 11:45, NotTheMarketLeader said:

Dude Chilwell is massively overrated. 
 

You’ve got a lot of likes from the ‘must be positive despite proof to the contrary brigade’.
 

I’ll enlighten you....his only ability is that of being able to run fast; he’s athletic. He can’t defend properly; very rarely can he put in a decent cross because he rarely will attempt to go past anyone.

He’s generally poor on the ball thus any impetus to move forward as a team is stunted. 
 

No vendetta as I don’t know the bloke personally and he’s just a footballer.

this is just stupid

 

he is england's starting left back, he was class for us after the restart

 

the other two left backs who have played for us in lockdown clearly no where near his level

 

He is made to look worse that he actually is, cos Ricardo is playing RB and he is one of the best in world in his position. Chilwell is one of the top 4 left backs in the league, the reason we have toppled out the top 4 is we have too many players starting who are not in their positions. So maybe lay off the kid who has been here since he was 14 and is a player whose ability matches our ambition

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13 hours ago, adam said:

Pretty simple. The blokes not good enough. But it's not his fault hes been chucked in.  Never will be good enough and will probably end up on loan at Wigan  

You're writing him off after two games, one of them being against Tottenham away with a depleted team?

 

Wow.

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1 hour ago, Ric Flair said:

I can see this lad playing 15-20 games next season.

I hope he does though.

 

As much as Fuchs has been good enough, I don't want to see him keep playing when Chilwell is out.

 

It's about going forward as a club and players progressing.

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11 minutes ago, Fox92 said:

I hope he does though.

 

As much as Fuchs has been good enough, I don't want to see him keep playing when Chilwell is out.

 

It's about going forward as a club and players progressing.

Exactly - we must look forward to get better. 2015-2016 is in the past as the Squad dynamics need to change.

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I think we could loan him out to a Prem team with a recall option or at least until Jan in case Chillers is sold in the Christmas window.

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2 hours ago, Marshall Cockney Fox said:

Exactly. I thought he looked very bright going forwards. Got a good cross on him. I wouldn't be too harsh on the defensive frailties. That side will get better. Plus he will play alongside a better CB partnership than Wes, Beano and Evans.

Rogers has said a few times he’s slight, can see his summer work being on strength and bulking up a little, will ultimately help him defensively if stronger. I fear he will go backwards if stuck in the 23s for another year. If fuchs and chilwell are fit for the new season then I’d give him a loan, recall option in January like Barnes did and assess then how a) he’s getting on and b) where the squads at etc

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I can’t be bothered to read all of this, I just hope there isn’t a bashing of a youngster, especially a local, when there are a s*** load of senior players out there who have been utter garbage since January... 

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I remember when Thomas was one of the greatest players ever according to some on this forum of measured, considered views.

 

But he's played his second game now.

 

He is a brilliant prospect.  Chilwell and Fuchs are both superb in their way.

 

Apologies for being positive about three of our players in one post.

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2 performances and I'm convinced this lad is at least the 2nd best left back we have already. I don't care about the mistakes, it wasn't bad decision making, it was just unfortunate. He looks a better player than Justin to me already as well, he just looks more comfortable. The biggest thing he needs is just to develop physically. I'd be happy to keep him in the squad if he's getting 10-15 starts next season. Otherwise I'd send him on loan to the highest team that wants a  left back that just needs bulking up.

 

I think he would walk the championship like Chilly did.

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1 minute ago, filbertway said:

2 performances and I'm convinced this lad is at least the 2nd best left back we have already. I don't care about the mistakes, it wasn't bad decision making, it was just unfortunate. He looks a better player than Justin to me already as well, he just looks more comfortable. The biggest thing he needs is just to develop physically. I'd be happy to keep him in the squad if he's getting 10-15 starts next season. Otherwise I'd send him on loan to the highest team that wants a  left back that just needs bulking up.

 

I think he would walk the championship like Chilly did.

I must admit I didn't worry about him but JJ always makes me feel a little nervous! 

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16 minutes ago, filbertway said:

2 performances and I'm convinced this lad is at least the 2nd best left back we have already. I don't care about the mistakes, it wasn't bad decision making, it was just unfortunate. He looks a better player than Justin to me already as well, he just looks more comfortable. The biggest thing he needs is just to develop physically. I'd be happy to keep him in the squad if he's getting 10-15 starts next season. Otherwise I'd send him on loan to the highest team that wants a  left back that just needs bulking up.

 

I think he would walk the championship like Chilly did.

He’s got the temperament and composure already, it’s plain to see. 

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On 20/07/2020 at 08:39, daddylonglegs said:

He’s miscontrolled it on the edge of the opposition box and lost possession 60 yards from goal. 
 

9 times out of 10 it leads to nothing. He did fine!

I didn't say he was bad? 

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He made a couple of mistakes, but so did chilwell when he first came into the team. 2nd one could’ve maybe should’ve been a foul.

 

im impressed with his delivery into the box he’ll be a decent player top and championship or maybe even in the premier league.

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29 minutes ago, teblin said:

He made a couple of mistakes, but so did chilwell when he first came into the team. 2nd one could’ve maybe should’ve been a foul.

 

im impressed with his delivery into the box he’ll be a decent player top and championship or maybe even in the premier league.

So did Chilwell up until he got injured, regularly makes errors.

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15 minutes ago, Ric Flair said:

So did Chilwell up until he got injured, regularly makes errors.

 

Chilwell is by far the biggest ball watcher in the team. He's always watching play with zero clue where the right sided players are behind him. 

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On 20/07/2020 at 09:31, Fox92 said:

I hope he does though.

 

As much as Fuchs has been good enough, I don't want to see him keep playing when Chilwell is out.

 

It's about going forward as a club and players progressing.

Exactly this, playing Morgan so often last season stopped us seeing Soyuncu, and we nearly ended up wasting loads on a Maguire replacement.

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23 hours ago, lcfceaves said:

I can’t be bothered to read all of this, I just hope there isn’t a bashing of a youngster, especially a local, when there are a s*** load of senior players out there who have been utter garbage since January... 

There's been a little, but mostly the majority are just cautiously excited.

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