I can see that, just odd you keep posting the same nonsense in the Grealish thread. When most around you are posting completely opposite opinions perhaps its worth having a step back and just leaving it alone. You aren't getting much support 'freind'.I post frequently on many threads. It's a forum ffs. Ignore is your Freind. Probably the only real freind you need ;-)
This is a spot on assessment of him so far. A lot of positives to his game but his end output and his work rate need to improve drastically.
I don't get why he is being praised so heavily for yesterday when he did nothing that had any real impact on the game. We spent £100 million on him for a position were already strong in, for that money, he simply has to be a match winner for us, it's games like yesterday where he has to take charge of the match and do something that makes the difference and gets us 3 points. its no good just being neat and tidy and showing a few flashes. Yesterday was his first chance to show he can be a match winner and he didn't show up. Neither did anybody else by the way, but I'm not seeing the same level of praise for the rest of the forwards.
Most of that marries up to the post I agreed with that essentially said his game has been good up until his final ball/decision making. I don't think he's been our best player, one of the better ones definitely but not best. there's several that have been better, Jesus has been better and more productive on the opposite flank to name but one.We were strong in that position yes. But Jacks added something else. no bad things to say about Mahrez , Sterling or Jesus but Grealish creates more and is more of a threat. I understand now why he gets so many fouls he’s a player you can’t stop when in full flight against Leipzig he had their fullback every time. Against Arsenal they doubled up on him and he still was a threat. His dribbling and how he effortlessly glides past players is why he is so dangerous. He gets you out of your seat because you know as soon as he has the ball something will happen. He’s been our best player by far this season so far. him and Phil together will be special to watch. From watching him so far there are striking resemblances to Hazard at Chelsea. the goal in the champions league was Hazard esque.
he’s created the most chances in the prem last season for Villa. He’s now on course to do that again. He’s created the most chances out of everyone in the City team. So far this season with KDB out he has been our major creative threat.
In fairness, I belong to the 'he is a fantastic addition" crew. And he was #1 for me in terms of target. But yes I can still discuss his pressing deficiency. It's a bit like Aguero's does it in spots.No coincidence those who swallowed the hype over the summer cannot engage in constructive discussions about his strengths and weaknesses. I am still not able to see the impact that his price demands nor the need for him. Great player? Yet to convince. Good player undoubtably and great to see on the ball.
Needed? Probably not. Not his fault though.
He is a player with substance,one you can rely on and one that offers confidence when in possession.You also have the sense that something quite brilliant could happen.In fairness, I belong to the 'he is a fantastic addition" crew. And he was #1 for me in terms of target. But yes I can still discuss his pressing deficiency. It's a bit like Aguero's does it in spots.
But that said, on the ball he is mint.
Fk me. It's now a popularity competition. Their are many occasions when the majority are wrong. Plenty of others repeating more positively on Grealish. Do you equally have a problem with that? Thought not.I can see that, just odd you keep posting the same nonsense in the Grealish thread. When most around you are posting completely opposite opinions perhaps its worth having a step back and just leaving it alone. You aren't getting much support 'freind'.
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