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Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by bluesingh, 21 Jul 2017.
That throw he did for KDB that went out for a throw in must have been 70 yards?
And it only went out because the pitch had transformed into a bog.
His distribution is bewildering.
To be honest his poor punch led to the goal too so he was partly at fault for that
That’s very harsh—it’s a bit of a Richie-esque cinematic fault finding.
Me too SB. I'm sitting here shaking my head. What an incredible player.
I actually dont think he is human . Even runs like some sort of robot . He has transformed goalkeeping for me.
De Gea is a shot stopper. Ederson is a proper modern day goalkeeper.
De Gea would absolutely suck for our system.
But yes - DG is a tremendous shot stopper and a top "traditional" keeper.
Another interesting analysis of how Ederson allows us to change tactics when needed (and still punish opponents).
Expect a new rule to being offside from goal kicks to be implemented shortly, General Pep will find another ingenious tactic either way.