Raheem Sterling - 2016/17 performances

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  1. Cheadle_hulmeBlue

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    he is so underrated by the media and by lots of city fans.
     
  2. mosssideblue

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    With reason I suspect
     
  3. Neville Kneville

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    I thought he looked like a higher level of player, playing alongside a bunch of mugs last night.
     
  4. super_city_si

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    Will never receive the recognition he deserves from the media/press due to him leaving the media darlings for the wealthy arab plaything

    Couldnt believe I saw a bbc article in which Phil McNulty names his starting 11 for Russia and has Gashford there instead of Sterling.
     
  5. mccity

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    Anyone else feel he's got a future playing centrally? The last few times he's featured for England he's played more akin to David Silva than a winger. In that he drifts into space and his control is actually amazing in tight areas. If he could improve his passing and composure I personally think that's where he might shine best.
     
  6. Neville Kneville

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    I thought he looked very good there.

    Different aspects to his game. He can become a completely different entity than the one we signed imo. And he needs to have these extra abilities, or he could just as easily end up sold.

    Which is how it should be. Keep improving, keep having to improve.
     
  7. Callum Ramsey

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    He was exactly that for pool and a reason why he was so highly rated and courted. More a playmaker in a 10 than the out-and-out winger he is here and was brilliant at it. He certainly has it in him to operate there
     
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    Not a fan of the blonde Raheem!
     
  9. domalino

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    I can imagine Sterling moving into central areas as Alves bombs down the RW.
     
  10. Tez Tosterone

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    It will be interesting to see how Sterling performs next season in comparison with Salah at Liverpool.
     
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