The main thing with AWB is that he’s really bad when he’s pressed. He puts the other defenders and midfielders under pressure. I think there’s still a serviceable player there but he’s also in theory a saleable asset and we’ve been spending a lot and that will need to be balanced out. I mostly wouldn’t be against letting him go even on the cheap because his game time has totally dried up under the new manager. I think his downfall started around the time he got caught for that driving offence. Maybe his private life isn’t good and it’s really affected his confidence. Who knows? He looked a lot better before then.I'm with you and @RedStarUnited . There's no training in the world that will make AWB even average at ball control and short passing. The "raw ingredients" that go into that are dexterity and balance, then training can increase accuracy, consistency, speed of execution, etc. But him and his legs will not ever make an average professional player in ball control, he's just too uncoordinated.