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It's pace on the ball that matters.
He doesn't mind taking a penalty and hopefully we will get our fair share of those despite losing Johno presumably who was great at getting them (LOL).
Its sounds like this is becoming a Sinclair in AJ out scenario which doesn't need to be the case albeit most would argue that Sinclair has little more chance of more game time than Johno has especially in the premiership but this may be of little concern to Sinclair as opposed to Johno of which it is of serious concern.
Most would point out the pitfalls of having both in the squad as opposed to one or neither.
Can we win the title with neither this year playing at all in the premiership?
I think we can.
Will it be better to have one of them and if so who ?
Should we keep Johno and bring in Sinclair for further competition to him?
Johno will probably think his days at the club are on the wane if we do and depending on his mindset he will either see it as a plus for him or spit the dummy.
I don't know him so I have no idea how he would respond.
Personally I don't see him as an England regular unless he adds more dimensions to his game irrespective of which premiership club he plays for and how much game he gets.