Hercule Poirot of the scouting world
- May 10, 2009
Same for me. He is a trier, always makes runs, tries to take on defenders (sometimes when he shouldn't). Much prefer these players than the players who lack confidence to try or take responsibilities.This is the thing though. I don't find players like him frustrating like so many other seem to do. Yes we know he will make some bad mistakes but we also know he comes up with the big moments for us.
I find players who disappear and show no fight far more frustrating.
The Rashford bashing seems to be from fans who clearly have no clue about the player he is. They seem to want him to be a City player who always choose the right pass. He isn't that player. Never will be.