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Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by Ric, 14 Aug 2017.
In part due to us not moving the ball quick enough.
Totally agree, something we've let slip a bit over the last few games.
Doesn't do enough. He needs a kick up the arse, I don't care about an 'assist' V Bristol. He should be running the show
I thought the same about Raheem, and I don't think he's necessarily turned into an amazing finisher, but he's worked hard on his positioning and has gotten used to how we play and now has 14 in 20. Bernardo will come good.
I think at 22, first season in England he is coming along just fine.
You expect KDB and David Silva to run the show with 3 and 7 years experience in the English game and 4 and 10 years older in age.
My only slight worry with him is that i don't think he has any pace to get away from players like David does, not pace like Sane or Sterling but that quick few yards which was noticeable when he could have made it 3-1 at OT but took too many touches.
He’s one of our best passers of the ball, which is saying something. But I’d rather see him deployed in Gundogan’s position. He’s somewhat like Nasri on the wing - not explosive enough to consistently go past two or three players and usually ends up slowing down our play.
A lot lighter and slower yet 10 times the man sterling is, he is a LOT BRAVER and DARING! I would give him a run, I can only imagine how brave he would be when he adjust to the physical demands of the league.
Oh grow up, I lover Bernardo but to say Sterling isnt brave or daring is just ridiculous. Sane isnt exactly in form at the minute either, despite his goal he has also been very poor. One thing Sterling has always shown is fight and tenacity.
As for Bernardo he's extremely talented and will go on to be one of city's most influential players in a year or two time. You watch.
If Dave can't play then Bernie deserves a chance to play in that position over Gundogan.
Took his goal well and retains possession.
Deserves a run in his favoured position.