Gundogan as an attacking midfielder

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  1. mancity56

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    Didn’t even realise he had signed a new deal haha. Still get rid. He’s useless
     
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  2. B\connellblue

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    Probably the space is only tight because he's carrying so much timber.
     
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  3. Trojan1962

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    Dont think there is enough room on the bench for him and the other subs, would have to put him in the middle to balance the bench out
     
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  4. peoffrey

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    Gundogan is a gifted player but I’d never start him in my ideal first XI. It was strange not to start KDB today.
     
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  5. Psychedelic Casual

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    So the player rated as Europe’s top player by Opta Stats from February onwards last season, City’s best player in the second half of the season and the player with the best individual City performance last season (Spurs at home in the CL) is useless?
    https://www.manchestereveningnews.c...news/man-city-stats-gundogan-laporte-16687336

    By no means do I think he’s a top attacking mid. In fact I’d never play him there at all. He’s a defensive mid all day for me.

    But have a read of this:
    https://totalfootballanalysis.com/p...n-manchester-city-premier-league-analysis/amp

    He ABSOLUTELY deserved a new deal and when played in defensive midfield where he’s “the most creative #6 in Europe”, that’s where he’s at his best.
     
  6. Withnail

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    When the going gets tough Gundo is invisible, but not many came out of today with any plaudits
     
  7. rnblade

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    Absolutely shocking today. Was like a ghost.
    Poor at best.
     
  8. flook

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    Thread title is an oxymoron, he's a defensive midfield, and he should be 3rd in line for that position
     
  9. Rammy Blue

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    He's fucking gash, disgrace he starts any game unless emergency.

    Either Foden or Bernardo should play that role if we aren’t playing Dave and Kev.
     
  10. journolud

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    Gundogan reclaiming his position as scapegoat/ booboy is he?
     

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