He's always been a great dribbler.What I meant was if someone isn't a natural dribbler.
Yeah watched his youth videos and he's been a good dribblerHe's always been a great dribbler.
The fact he prefers to burn defenders for pace doesn't mean he doesn't also have excellent close control. It just means that he chooses the best strategy to get past his man, regardless of whether it's aesthetically pleasing or not.
There was a video during lockdown when Rashford was in the youth, his dribbling was brilliant.Yeah watched his youth videos and he's been a good dribbler
We're playing Villa at the weekend but we're only playing one match before the start of the season.
Playing Villa this weekend I think. A lot of them have had international games and the Seville game wasn’t long ago so match sharpness should be fine. More worried about tiredness. They’ve hardly had a break.
Ideally a lot of our players would have been involved in the internationals.. but many players like Maguire, Rashford, Pogba, Greenwood, AWB couldn't join for some reason or the other. Still atleast some of our players got some match practice just before the season like Martial, Van De Beek, Sancho, Lindelof, and Bruno.
Do they really need that much time for physical benefit or for mental? I think they're fine. They had 3 months off, just doing gym work and they played for a couple months and then a month off. I don't think they are that tired. Most probably fatigue will be exposed towards October.Always baffled me how long professional athletes need to recover. In my mind, a week on the couch should be enough unless you have a serious injury.
Expecting big things from him, it will be a long and hard season but hopefully he can erect us to more than a semi.
The two sides that got to the semis in the CL/EL have extra rest, think there is a stipulated amount of days they need to have.Dunno which thread to put this in but why do we start a week later than most of the other teams? Not complaining but seems a bit unfair to get all that extra rest?!?