#11 | Oleksandr Zinchenko - 2021/22 Performances

DenisHasDoneIt

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Absolutely. His destiny when he signed was to be a CFG journeyman, and he refused to accept it. Not world class? Probably not, but a world-class footballer who’s not getting picked to start for month after month has no place at City. We get rid of him, we’ve got a vacancy we’d have to fill. He’s the kind of player we’d buy to replace him.
 

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Said it for years but for me the lad is not even good enough for a runners up medal in any way shape or form.Totally out of his depth in Citys midfield and even worse as a left full back.
For those of you think he is more than good enough then our Manager thought better at half time ... but may of of us thought exactly the same before the start.
Another player who is average.
Stop it
 

Xhavenjoe

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Said it for years but for me the lad is not even good enough for a runners up medal in any way shape or form
For a lad not good enough for a runners up medal, he seems to be spending a lot of time on the gold medal winners podium.
We are all aware he's not the best but we didn't pay £50m plus for him like many of our players.
A good squad player who the manager and his team mates appear to appreciate.
 

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For a lad not good enough for a runners up medal, he seems to be spending a lot of time on the gold medal winners podium.
We are all aware he's not the best but we didn't pay £50m plus for him like many of our players.
A good squad player who the manager and his team mates appear to appreciate.
Looks like he’d die for the badge every time he wears it.

For many, that’s not enough, but Zinny is extremely fucking dependable because of it.

He’ll never quite match some of the talent, but he’ll always go the extra yard and that does count for a lot in a squad player.

Hope he sticks around, but wouldn’t be surprise if he goes to seek weekly football.
 

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Looks like he’d die for the badge every time he wears it.

For many, that’s not enough, but Zinny is extremely fucking dependable because of it.

He’ll never quite match some of the talent, but he’ll always go the extra yard and that does count for a lot in a squad player
He's our equivalent of a Denis Irwin or a Seamus Coleman.
Never 1st on the list, never the biggest name but just someone who is there when you need him.
 

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For a lad not good enough for a runners up medal, he seems to be spending a lot of time on the gold medal winners podium.
We are all aware he's not the best but we didn't pay £50m plus for him like many of our players.
A good squad player who the manager and his team mates appear to appreciate.

Did more than some £100m players.
 

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