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  1. 3 hours ago, paulw66 said:

    Mount and Havertz 22 and 21..... Drink it in. 

    Christensen is whatever he is and still weak.

    Fair play to him for his recent performances, but still, he needs to work in the gym more.

    Same for Havertz. I think that will come.

  2. 8 minutes ago, sharve25_blueheart said:

    Jesus Christ. That is a simple simple simple ball out wide and Kovacic overhits. Our midfield frustrates the hell out of me. 

    Kova was brilliant today. Although yes, that was pass was frustrating to watch 😂

  3. 3 hours ago, Martin1905 said:

    14 games, 10 wins, 3 draws is a pretty good rhythm if you ask me and getting valuable minutes for other players can only be a good thing.

    What's even more important is it doesnt seem to matter who plays, including Kepa, we are keeping clean sheets. I may be wrong but there can not be more than a couple of occasions when we have kept the same back 5 for consecutive games. 


  4. 6 minutes ago, LeBoeufsGolfBall said:

    Yep. I’m genuinely at the point where I force myself to watch to stay involved in the game. I have this fear that if I miss 1-2 of our games, it will become very easy to miss them all and give up on the game. 

    Same here

  5. 7 hours ago, King Kante said:

    I wouldn't class Pedro as a clinical finisher but I guess it depends on what you bar is. That said, I agree that Werner isn't currently finishing as well as Pedro could. However, my point was more that people shouldn't be looking at Werner as a CF but rather a LWF/SS/False 9. 

    He was second best finished in Barca after Messi. Also clinical with us. He was a clinical finisher, period.

    Agreed re: LWF, SS.

  6. 2 hours ago, King Kante said:

    Another thing with Werner is that people need to stop thinking of him as a CF and think if him more as a Pedro type player. If you do that, then the lack of clinical finishing isn't such an issue as you can appreciate his all round game more. 

    Pedro was a clinical finisher