Jadon Sancho

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  1. twosips

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    He scored two today as the u16s won 9-2, grabbed a hatrick last week as well as the u16s won 10-0.... brilliant team that.
     
  2. Bob Hope

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    Manu Garcia played in the friendlies in Australia. Played really well.
    Watched him recently for the EDS and didn't play to well but the guy is class.
    One or two performances he doesn't look great but you can tell what a footballer he is going to be.
     
  3. SlimShadyRus

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    If he continues like that he's likely to become like Javier Pstore, playing kind of showily, but not effectively
     
  4. ColinLee

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    whaaatttttt????
     
  5. SlimShadyRus

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    I mean if he continues playing so naively. It's obvious tho that if he keeps developing and will progress mentally his risky style of play can be effective
     
  6. twosips

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    Garcia is a kid still. He hadn't actually been the best player in any u18s or EDS games last year, though he only made a handful of appearances, mainly as a sub, for the EDS too. He was always a very neat supporting character with clear potential. This year he's gone full time with the EDS and yes he has struggled a tad, but so has the whole team. He's only very young and needs to grow individually. He will always, always look great around great players, but its when things aren't quite so sleek around him that his strengths and weaknesses will come to the fore.

    He needs to learn to be the main man in that scenario, which im sure he will. One things for certain, he's a great lad - he really is, spoke to him briefly and his attitude is fantastic, and he will be aware of all of this. He's only seventeen still. Plenty of time.
     
  7. Ric

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    Two goals in the opening ten minutes on his debut for the u18s. Promising start to his City career!
     
  8. Deepest Blue

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    Start him vs Bournemouth.

    Just messing but predict he'll be a star for us in next 4 years.
     
  9. Deepest Blue

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    Looks like u18's won 6-1 and u16's won 5-1.

    Doing OK.
     
  10. br88

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    OK??????.....bloody hell.....you're tough to please....haha.
     
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