That's more down to his movement, his brain works quicker that the players he plays against, I mean as when he's on the ball he's already thinking and looking for team mates and passes, where as the players he's up against are just thinking I've got to stop him.Most of the time he initiates contact.
If Jesus is the one to go the other way, how does this solve our “only 1 striker” problem?I'd be disappointed, but I can see the sense in Gabby going the other way if it was @ 70m.
We don't layout as much. Spurs save face not getting the full amount. The pressure on what we do with our forward line eases. Gabby actually get to play centre forward. Win all round, but I still think there is a world class striker in Gabby, trying to get out. If true!
That's more down to his movement, his brain works quicker that the players he plays against, I mean as when he's on the ball he's already thinking and looking for team mates and passes, where as the players he's up against are just thinking I've got to stop him.
If you watch the villa games you can almost guarantee he will be kicked in the 1st 5 minutes by the opposition, that's why I think a lot of time he goes down easier than he should but there is always contact, I remember they showed his shins after a game and they looked like someone had been clawing at them.
Jack is that type of player that they are like 2 to 3 steps ahead, a bit like Ronnie o'sullivan on the snooker table he's always 2 to 3 shots ahead of the current shot he's on, over the years you get these type of players, normally not English, that's why I was disappointed Southgate didn't play jack and foden more, as there to very intelligent players that see the bigger picture.
If jack and foden were Spanish etc. They'd have a lot more caps and be 1 of the 1st on the team sheet, we'll in my opinion anyway.
Will jack leave, I honestly don't know if he does good luck to him, but if he does, I feel it has to be to a team managed by Pep as Jack plays his type of football.
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