- Sep 20, 2012
Just missed a bit of a sitter.
Cheers for the updates mateSorry guys, busy day. Another standard MK Dons game where we play them off the park, go two up and concede two in as many minutes. At least today we managed the late winner.
He did well today but not as good as midweek, a bit quiet. No real mistakes, a few nice moments going forward but looked to play a bit safer this week when he seemed to get an advantage on his full back, not sure why.
Definitely positive. He’s played every game, he’s always been one of the best players on the pitch and you can tell if he had some better players around him his output would be better. He’s also playing on some awful surfaces.How would you rate his loan so far?
In addition to that, we also need a proper wing back option in the squad. We have tried to apply tactical flexibility at times and go with that system, without really having the best options for it.I’d stick him in the first team squad next season. We need an attacking RB and frankly there are other priority postions which should rule out us signing one.
He could be promoted to the first team as he only has one RB ahead of him. I’d be worries if he came back here and had to sit in the stands for a year - but I don’t think that will be the case. We could get him 10-15 games easily I think.Shame he was injured a lot, would have made first team by now.
This loan is working very well, like Garner's. Not sure if it would be better if he is promoted to the first team or one more loan to Championship or lower PL teams.
One of Norwich's better players is Max Aarons why would, even assuming they want him, we send him to a club that's going to put him on the bench or play him somewhere other than right back?Norwich would make an excellent loan next season. A good relegation fight would toughen him up mentally.
If they get promoted this season it’s unlikely he will leave as they will demand a ridiculous fee. The time for him to leave was last summer. I think Laird should spend next season at a mid level championship club.Because Max Aarons will likely leave Norwich soon enough.
I just listened to his interview of his game at MK Dons, apparently he's playing further up the pitch than an RB thereOne of Norwich's better players is Max Aarons why would, even assuming they want him, we send him to a club that's going to put him on the bench or play him somewhere other than right back?
It’s surely got to be a championship or low PL loan.Is there a possibility that he will become AWB's understudy next season or do you think he needs to be loaned out again to get more experience?
My concern is the dons play 3 CBs, we have lots of possession and laird doesn’t have a huge amount of defending to do so it’s very hard to judge. I would say championship/PL loan, ideally someone who plays a similar setup to United.Is there a possibility that he will become AWB's understudy next season or do you think he needs to be loaned out again to get more experience?