Leroy Sane - 2016/2017 performances

Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by vintiz, 10 Sep 2016.

  1. Easy

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    I would say in terms of potential in the front it goes, 1.Sane 2. G. Jesus 3.Sterling. Yes Sane has something extra special. I believe his name will be spoken about among the 3-4 best players in the world along with Gabriel hopefully. I think Raheem has been world class this season and will continue to improve. Its questionable if he will reach this top top level but he doesn't need to. You don't need to be Messi to be considered world class. Our front 3 complement each other wonderfully. And both Sane and Sterling bring out the best in the each other. Sterling is missing the killer instinct in front of goal which is the only thing holding him back as he has everything else. I am hoping he will improve this but either way I struggle to see who can come in for Sterling and be an improvement on that right hand side.
     
  2. Neville Kneville

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    I think Sterling has shown he is capable of reaching a higher level this season & Sane can possibly reach a level above that. No harm in having two/three players competing for each spot in the front 3 though, considering the workrate required & also the workload so I hope we introduce more young players into that group & keep them all at it.

    Imagine taking off a Sterling or Sane on 70 mins & bringing on another one, fresh.
     
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    This is what we have been missing this season. We bring off Sane or Sterling and Navas is the replacement. Not good enough. We need someone who will come in when the opposing defenders are tired and will cause them problems by attacking the goal, not just running down the touch line and whipping in a cross to an invisible target man.
     
  4. Neville Kneville

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    My ideal is rotating the front 3, without an obvious drop in quality. If we can do that, I think we will become pretty much unstoppable, even if we have weaknesses elsewhere.
     
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    There is still some uncertainty with Aguero so we'll see what happens with him. If he leaves I could see us buying another young forward that is interchangeable across the front line.
     
  6. Neville Kneville

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    Pep will be tempted by Mbappe I imagine, even if Aguero stays. That would likely mean the end of Kelechi though.
     
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    Mbappe looks a real superstar. Can't see him coming in if Aguero stays simply because of the money required for him. We just don't have circa £70m to spend on a forward without Aguero leaving. Also saw a picture of young Mbappe surrounded by tranny posters in his room. Might prefer Real, but I think he just might stay at Monaco for another season. Just turned 18 in December and he will probably look at Martial and see its better not to go too soon plus his value will only increase to Monaco if he continues this type of form which he probably will.
     
  8. Neville Kneville

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    Do a Txiki deal with a down payment for the option sign him in a couple of seasons is another possibility.

    I recon Pep has had one of his moments watching Monaco & we will see a lot of pace coming in, through the team, which will make Sane, Sterling Jesus even more dangerous.
     
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    Definitely, two new quick fullbacks will ease the pressure on our attack. Can't wait to see our defense upgraded, especially at FB positions something we have been neglecting for years.
     
  10. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Good first half, not so much second.
     

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