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Kal   

Stoch scored today in Twente's 4-0 defeat of Groningen. He's started most games and I think that's his second or third goal of the season. Looks like he's settled in and with any luck it will be a really productive year for him.

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Cameron   

Very, very decent.

To think Stoch went out on loan as a very raw youngster from the reserves, with the odd cameo in the first team his progression since has been great - a regular in the Slovakia first team, and is performing in the Eredivisie week in week out.

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Leo91   

Good goal. Shows he can hit the target from outside the box.

He's definitely a regular for Twente, not sure about Slovakia but he is certainly putting in minutes for them as well. Only a good thing. He can offer us a different option - a right footed winger, although looks like he's being used on both flanks.

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ish   

he has pretty good crossing but his ball control, dribbling and slightly less selfishness make him a very effective wing striker. He is also willing to run back which helps cover that problem left side for twente since they still haven't found a good leftback to fill it. In terms of chelsea he would be used predominantly on the right side since the left has more the enough cover.

he is a regular for slovakia as well, plays down the left but used to play in the right.

the fact is twente are probably a team that does well due partly to good management(yes mclaren is doing a good job, wow) they dont have star players and they have a pretty young squad. Players like dembele, suarez, aissiti and de guzman are better players then any of the players at twente but twente has a better overall team and thats why they top of the ladder.

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ish   

what stoch needs to learn is how to shoot with a bit more power, that and if he can work out how to dribble inside tighter areas he will go far. currently I would place him at a level of low premier league, playing for a team like hull or so. He needs to get to level of aston villa, everton by end of this season and by the time he is 22 he needs to be close to european quality

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