If Dani Alves joined City, would he be starting over Kyle Walker?

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  1. SambaStyle

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    I'd say he's still currently the best RB in the world.
     
  2. MCFC1993

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    Nah, having seen him in a couple of games this season, he's definitely lost a fair bit of his pace, still good on the ball and good going forward but don't think he could offer the cover defensively that Walker offers us either. Still a good full back but I think Walker is better now.

    I'll be honest, I never realised how good Walker was at Spurs, however, after watching him so far this season, I think he's the best right back in Europe. Or at least in the conversation.
     
  3. burnley blue mcfc

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    Said to few of workmates i’d seen walker lots when spurs came but never really took that much notice of him, he really is a top quality fullback been so impressed with him so far
     
  4. quiet_riot

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    He's playing in a one-horse league.
     
  5. ancoats

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    if and buts

    walker is playing like he's been here for years settled in very well and looks like he is a big part of the gang in the training banter
     
  6. meeesh

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    We probably wouldn't have signed Walker if Alves was deffo going to come,and we all must be surely glad the way it turned out for us
     
  7. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    I am. Yer know that that corner of the pitch is bottled up and he adds a tremendous attacking threat. We have the better option.
     
  8. tiggsywiggsywoo

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    In a nutshell..no.
     
  9. malg

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    No.
     
  10. meeesh

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    Really great as an attacking option,but the most pleasing thing on the eye we all see as a fullback,is that at least he sprints back if team face a counter,Mr Lazy Arse Kolarov never attempted this
     

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