Thinking wide forwards, I would say Pires, Beckham, Nasri, Joe Cole were hardly known to be pacy strong wide attackers.Name some.
Chelsea Mata, Silva, Zola, Jota off the top of my head arent/weren’t overly explosive. It’s all about clever movement, technique and being good 1 v 1
Yep.We don’t know which players have had covid, but it looks like it could be the majority of the first team, there probably not over it yet either, I’m currently isolating with covid and one of the worse things with it is that it makes you drowsy and tired so early. I think sancho may have been one of the ones who was positive.
Me too! I've been a bit baffled by all the negativity towards him. I think he is one of few players with actual confidence and intensity for the most of the match. Even at the very end of the match he was pressing and trying to make things happen.
I thought he wasn’t too good last night, nothing really came off except the deflected goal, has been better in previous games.
I've come to the conclusion people on the internet don't have a clue what makes a good footballer.
Spot on. From the small parts I watched he was alright.I've come to the conclusion people on the internet don't have a clue what makes a good footballer.
He is a fantastic little player who at 21 years of age has just moved to a new league. I've been most impressed with his ability to carry the ball forwards and some really nice intricate passing. He rarely ever loses the ball and shows really good game intelligence for a player of his age. If you're expecting him to beat 3 players and score a goal a game then your expectations are the issue, not Sancho.
Since when?I hope for a couple of games we can see Rashford, Jadon and Greenwood in a front three. So much potential, fluency and movement among them. I also really believe it was Ole’s initial plan to play this trio up top in his XI but because of the Ronaldo signing and Jadon/Rashford getting back late, he couldn’t