Kyle Walker : 2018/19 performances

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  1. BlueindianNewcity

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    Looked immense on Sunday from a physical perspective, a few loose passes but hats off for coming back early. Danilo should be back October so Kyle can have a rest for a few games then. This squad look incredibly driven for more success, a frightening thought for the opposition and dreamland for us. Wonder what the odds are for 38 Premier League wins?
     
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    He was excellent on Sunday. Looked really sharp considering it was his first game back.
     
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    The good thing about Kyle is that his attributes really dovetail well with the way the rest of the team - he is not as good at say ball retention (relative to the maestros such as Silvas or Stones) but his pace gives comfort against breaks and helps City keep a high line.

    Similar to the role he played for England really, even if different position / formation
     
  5. FantasyIreland

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    He has just been interviewed on TS.He's so humble and respectful,not a hint of attitude and obviously very aware of the God given talent he has been given.

    Said he only took 5 days holiday so he could come back and help win the the community shield.

    Fucking top lad and obviously a huge dressing room influence.
     
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    5?! He played his last game on 11th July and returned to training on 1st August, are you sure he said 5 days? Maybe he meant like overseas holidays as opposed to being at home.

    Either way I think it might be a problem later on in the season, given he played 60 odd games last season and is one of only 2 or 3 guaranteed starters. Wouldn't be surprised if we saw him take a break in the season when Danilo is back from injury, possibly early December between the CL groups finishing and the Christmas fixture pile up.
     
  7. FantasyIreland

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    5 days family holiday in Italy.He cut it short to come home.

    I think he'll be fine,he knows his body and he's as fit as a butchers dog.

    The lad is dedicated and he's a joy to listen to.
     
  8. Dax777

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    How fit exactly are butcher's dogs?
     
  9. FantasyIreland

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    It wouldnt be a Yank one,that would be a fat cvnt.
     
  10. Dax777

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    That's why I asked. Coz I've seen some here, and 'fit' simply could not be used under any condition.
     

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