Jack Grealish

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by leighton, 26 Sep 2014.

  1. charlie9872

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    He was quality again for Villa last night. Popping up all over the pitch and putting in some incredibly dangerous balls and a lovely creative assistant to setup their first. The ball he whipped in for Samatta wasn't far off the sort of delivery you'd expect from KDB.



    I feel like the people still doubting him haven't actually been watching him play and are basing their opinions on him looking/acting like a bit of a twat, rather than the performances he's been putting in.

    He should be in the England squad this summer and play a key part in the team, given the creativity the side is screaming out for.

    With Silva and Sane leaving, he would be my pick to sign in the summer given he can play both down the left wing and as an attacking midfielder equally well. He would offer the most balance to the squad without upsetting who we already have (i.e Foden's game time) and, importantly, is home grown so won't eat into our foreign quota.

    Give Pep a season with him and he's only going to get even better.
     
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    Someone else has posted on a different thread this morning (possibly Rodri's) about the importance of NOT being a twat; essentially being as, if not more important, than being a brilliant player/individual.

    That's why we'll never sign Grealish in my opinion, as good a player as he is, we don't need divisive players in the squad or players with an ego. You look at all Pep's comments surrounding Aguero, Silva and Fernandinho and it's all about them being down to earth team players with no egos.
     
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    There are many, many players younger and better than Jack Grealish without his off the field issues. We have one at the club.
     
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    Played well first half, faded badly in the second. Not good enough for us imo.
     
  5. sir baconface

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    Don’t think we’d have a place for him but he’s a very decent player. I thought he was supposed to be a bit of a brat but he’s shown real leadership qualities this year. Rides some rough tackles too.

    Villa should do all they can to keep him.
     
  6. GornikDaze

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    As a poster said earlier... he was quality again for Villa! No no no no no!!!
     
  7. LucahArchie10

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    Grealish right now would be class with Dino & Kev

    3 players would take this team to another level.
    £230m

    Ederson,
    Koulabily, Laporte,
    Somedo Mendy
    Fernandinho
    Kev Grealish
    Mahrez Aguero Sane

    Sorry but Phil for me goes on loan at Arsenal with Arteta for a season.

    Dave, Nico, Angelino, Bravo, Stones, Robert's, Harrison, L Namecha, Poveda SOLD for £100m
     
  8. RayCTID

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    Maddison would be my choice but neither would improve us and both would be ridiculously overpriced
     
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    He's used to being the main man at Villa, wouldn't suit us. Pep will not have to shave his head anymore after watching Grealish trying to dribble opponents for 30 seconds before passing the fucking ball. Great player though.
     
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    He's the real deal. You only have to take a look at his legs. Proper footballer.

    I would love to sign this kid in the summer and integrate him as KDB successor. Him and Foden in the centre over the next couple of years would be immense.
     

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