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Fridge wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 9:41 amGreat minds...
Indeed mate :)
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Smudge3920 wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 9:43 am Good news...you know I forget Pascal is only 21... the future really is looking bright ...
And he was brilliant against Leicester :strong:

Excited to see how far he can go
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Our only young player from the academy who will establish a regular place in the first team this season, well until Koch & Llorente are fit to play again,
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Well done Pascal! He has all the attributes to go far in the game.

Could we be looking at having 4 international CBs by season's end?
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Been watching that pass again to Rafinha which then led to Bamfords goal. Quick thinking by our young defender.
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According to AS in Spain, he's the "New Pique" and there's a tug of war between Netherlands and Belgium over him. Bielsa at it again, making stars not buying them.
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whiteswan wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:20 pm Been watching that pass again to Rafinha which then led to Bamfords goal. Quick thinking by our young defender.
Did you notice after that superb pass to Raphina Swannie...how much ground Paddy covered to pick up the rebound it was astonishing...
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SG90 wrote: Mon Feb 08, 2021 11:56 pm According to AS in Spain, he's the "New Pique" and there's a tug of war between Netherlands and Belgium over him. Bielsa at it again, making stars not buying them.
He's coming on leaps and bounds. For a while, it was just confidence. He was brilliant v Leicester and played with a lot of swagger today. Nice to see him hitting those passes with confidence
We've been through it all together. And we've had our ups and downs
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andrewjohnsmith wrote: Tue Feb 09, 2021 4:46 am He's coming on leaps and bounds. For a while, it was just confidence. He was brilliant v Leicester and played with a lot of swagger today. Nice to see him hitting those passes with confidence
Looks a lot more confident and aggressive nowadays, class yesterday :clap:
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First of many to come ...
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Smudge3920 wrote: Mon Feb 15, 2021 4:12 am First of many to come ...
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Brilliant header. That will grow his confidence. Better defender than midfielder but had a decent 2nd half today at least
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Klich revealed after the game that Struijk came off injured on Saturday.
It's since been revealed that he is a doubt for the next game.
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Red injured
Blue has been unavailable through injury this season

Meslier
Ayling
Koch/Llorente
Cooper/Struijk
Dallas
Phillips/Llorente/Struijk
Klich/ Shackleton
Raphinha
Rodrigo/Roberts
Harrison/Costa
Bamford/Rodrigo
Last edited by faaip on Mon Mar 01, 2021 9:25 am, edited 3 times in total.
1 - Revie
2 - Bielsa
3 - Wilkinson

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gessa wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 9:08 am Klich revealed after the game that Struijk came off injured on Saturday.
It's since been revealed that he is a doubt for the next game.
Freaky how our many of our injuries are occurring to all our CB's/DM's

Koch & Llorente missed the majority of this season, Cooper missed several games.

Phillips missed several, Shacks & Klich who have helped out in a deeper role have incurred injuries.

And now Struijk is injured & doubtful for our next game

Berardi just back in training after missing the whole of this season

And Forshaw never got off his sickbed :(

On the attacking front Rodrigo has missed many games
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Bad luck and no pre-season are the main causes
1 - Revie
2 - Bielsa
3 - Wilkinson

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faaip wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 9:26 am Bad luck and no pre-season are the main causes
Indeed Faaip
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Really only Bamford, Dallas, Ayling and Harrison from our first 11 have been available all season
1 - Revie
2 - Bielsa
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faaip wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 9:27 am Really only Bamford, Dallas, Ayling and Harrison from our first 11 have been available all season
And Meslier
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1964white wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 9:31 amAnd Meslier
And even he missed a couple of games when he got covid
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Not sure how they've got to their total but Sky sports yesterday morning put up a table of the number of games missed by players, we came in 3rd with 122 games, behind Palace and Liverpool. Not sure if this is based on squad or perceived first 11 or 16.
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