Adama Traore

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  1. Pablo1

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    Do fuck off.
     
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  2. Aidantracey1993

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    Looks to improved massively but just don't see him being the missing piece of our jigsaw, coming up against teams that just put 11 behind the ball and sit on the edge of there box he will be clueless, which is probably 75% of the teams we play
     
  3. wattle

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    He’d be an asset the way we play for sure but we all know he’d pull his hamstring in the first month and that’d be the end of that
     
  4. incred

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    Football. Lets see where both players are in two years time.
     
  5. Pablo1

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    One will be at wolves having won fuck all and averaging 5 goals a season.
    One will be at City, polishing trophy after trophy and scoring 20 a season.
    I’ll leave it to you to work out who’s who.
     
  6. Blue Maverick

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    Pep isn’t bothered about pace, he wants footballers with the ability on the ball, if he could do that then he would be ideal but I just don’t see that in him.
     
  7. Dr Jacoby

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    ....at arm wrestling.
     
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  8. OrigamiNinja

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    Is his ability on the ball really any worse than some of the players we already have? Walker, Mendy and Sterling are all regulars in our side, I am not having that Traore is any less comfortable on the ball than any of them.
     
  9. Gabriel

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    Agree with that.

    He is so quick from a standing start that even against a packed defence he’d create space, and playing with better players would help him find more space. However, while he is technically good and his general consistency has improved, he does remain inconsistent in games, and with Sterling, Sane, and Jesus all prone to lapses, too, another in that mould would seem unnecessary. That said, people couldn’t see the logic in our pursuing Mahrez.
     
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  10. ws01

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    Can't tell if people are actually serious or just extreme wumming over a guy who'd be Wilfried Bony Mk2 here. A quick glance of who's endorsing this seems to reveal a lot of pro-Gundoganers though, which probably says all you need to know.
     
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