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Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by CityForever45, 24 Aug 2016.
Unless you are an Merkan, do not say period. Its full stop.
There is obviously an issue with Nolito that we dont know about, similar to Joe Hart but obviously on a far smaller scale because he is still in the squad however marginally. It may be he is a twat of a bloke, we dont know. but something about him doesnt fit with our leaders of the club
Even if Sterling is having a bad game you know all he needs to put us over is one good play as he's a constant threat down the right because he tries to couple his pace with trickery making himself more difficult to defend against. On the other hand, even if Navas is having a 'good game' you just know he's never a threat because he does the same old stuff and is not inventive enough to cause problems for opposition
Don't blame Navas, blame Pep for choosing him.
I don't remember Navas creating 1 chance !
Maybe he ran more, but I remember KDB created three real chances when he crossed the ball for Aguero,Kelechi and then for Sane.
But I don't remember Navas created anything.
No we knew we were down to 10 men from the off. I would rather have one of our 16 years olds playing.
I said exactly this last night.
Rather see a youth player than him.
all heart on one leg, i'll be amazed if he's not shipped back to spain in the summer
I don't think Navas was bad for Navas. He did everything he does. Worked very hard, held the width, an excellent defensive contribution and even beat the first man a time or two.
The issue with Navas and this is why I've quoted you, he's far too one dimensional and works in straight lines. The whole balance of the team is disrupted with his inclusion.
The moment he plays we look like a Pellegrini team.
Not sure how Pep can't see it. If we're going to rest players we need a different system.
On paper swapping one paced right winger for another doesn't sound that big a change, but the difference in style is ridiculous.