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February 13, 2017, 01:59:39 PM
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Bluedylan


He's an alright footballer, just not good enough for what we need. The way people on here talk about him you'd think he was raised in the wild by wolves and was only introduced to a football 12 months ago.
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February 13, 2017, 02:08:36 PM
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Bally

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He's an alright footballer, just not good enough for what we need. The way people on here talk about him you'd think he was raised in the wild by wolves and was only introduced to a football 12 months ago.
You mean he wasn't
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February 13, 2017, 03:34:46 PM
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Macca77


He's an alright footballer, just not good enough for what we need. The way people on here talk about him you'd think he was raised in the wild by wolves and was only introduced to a football 12 months ago.

Its a lol from me


February 13, 2017, 03:37:17 PM
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Nah. He is well shit.

I'm coming round to liking him a bit though because he's been fairly professional throughout a difficult time and is playing for Hull with a smile on his face.

I hope he scores 3 or 4 more for Hull to convince them to part with the dough to sign him permanently. A £3.5m loss isn't too bad in the circumstances.

February 13, 2017, 03:38:37 PM
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Macca77


He's fast becoming a bit of a cult hero

February 13, 2017, 03:47:09 PM
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Sir Stealth

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He's caused Liverpool, Man U and Arsenal trouble when he's played against them, and scored against 2 of the 3. He's a mid table - lower table premier league player. We are higher than that so hopefully we can offload him to Hull permanently in the summer. I hope he helps keep them up

He is raw and he is awkward. Sometimes that is tougher to play against and less predictable, and his loan move certainly seems to be working well for all parties involved

Seems to me that he was clearly used to make an example of about the old regime.  I don't think his attitude can be questioned, I wish him good luck

Go ed Oumar
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February 14, 2017, 11:40:18 AM
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Lads he was fucking abysmal, just remember that Brett Angell also scored a few goals, only 1 here like but he was still fucking shite
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February 14, 2017, 04:52:51 PM
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Rodenplav64


Lads he was fucking abysmal, just remember that Brett Angell also scored a few goals, only 1 here like but he was still fucking shite

First and foremost Brett Angel was shite . Secondly Niasse may not be good enough for us but at a club like Hull he may well hold his own . There is a bloke at Cologne called Antony Modeste who could well end up top scorer in the Bundesliga but he just looks terrible and I think even with game time Niasse will look terrible but I have a feeling he will keep Hull up shit or not .

February 14, 2017, 05:05:40 PM
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Lxxx


Lads he was fucking abysmal, just remember that Brett Angell also scored a few goals, only 1 here like but he was still fucking shite

He wasn't abysmal mate, he was strangely effective. He bought quite a few cheap free kicks by looking as if he didn't have the ball under control, which is a skill in itself seeing as he didn't have it under control at all.
He looks as if he's learnt football in his back garden as a teenager instead of playing the game from a youngster. His technique is poor, his thought processes look dubious, his team-mates were telling him where to run so they could pass the ball to him but he was always pressuring the defenders and he found himself in good positions.
He's just an unorthodox player with a good engine and a big heart it seems. It'll get him a career in a game littered with individuals who are on so much money they've lost the passion to play the game.

February 14, 2017, 05:11:44 PM
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Rhys


Denis Straqualursi scored 21 goals in the argentinian top division, came to us and while you couldnt knock his attitude, work rate and desire to make an impression he looked so far off the standard for this level. A few years later he is in the Ecuador league.

You'd look at his record in the season at Tigre and think, if you score 21 in the argentinian league you must be ok. But if you see him at us and the fact he plays in Ecuador you'd wonder how he ever scored that many and a hat trick against Boca.

Yes Niasse has scored against united, yes he has scored against Liverpool, yes he had a few chances against Arsenal but generally he is one of the most bizarre players I've seen. Denis was MOTM against City in one of the most effective forward displays I can remember, he also scored against Chelsea in a win, doesnt mean he wasnt a long long way away from the level needed for this league. It's the same with Niasse.

February 14, 2017, 05:18:27 PM
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Lxxx


Denis Straqualursi scored 21 goals in the argentinian top division, came to us and while you couldnt knock his attitude, work rate and desire to make an impression he looked so far off the standard for this level. A few years later he is in the Ecuador league.

You'd look at his record in the season at Tigre and think, if you score 21 in the argentinian league you must be ok. But if you see him at us and the fact he plays in Ecuador you'd wonder how he ever scored that many and a hat trick against Boca.

Yes Niasse has scored against united, yes he has scored against Liverpool, yes he had a few chances against Arsenal but generally he is one of the most bizarre players I've seen. Denis was MOTM against City in one of the most effective forward displays I can remember, he also scored against Chelsea in a win, doesnt mean he wasnt a long long way away from the level needed for this league. It's the same with Niasse.

Yeh I can see the similarities with Straq.

February 14, 2017, 05:26:39 PM
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Denis Straqualursi scored 21 goals in the argentinian top division, came to us and while you couldnt knock his attitude, work rate and desire to make an impression he looked so far off the standard for this level. A few years later he is in the Ecuador league.

You'd look at his record in the season at Tigre and think, if you score 21 in the argentinian league you must be ok. But if you see him at us and the fact he plays in Ecuador you'd wonder how he ever scored that many and a hat trick against Boca.

Yes Niasse has scored against united, yes he has scored against Liverpool, yes he had a few chances against Arsenal but generally he is one of the most bizarre players I've seen. Denis was MOTM against City in one of the most effective forward displays I can remember, he also scored against Chelsea in a win, doesnt mean he wasnt a long long way away from the level needed for this league. It's the same with Niasse.
don't hope @Toddacelli will read this post

February 15, 2017, 12:10:02 AM
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wilbur


As Thomas Edison said "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration".

Stracqualursi was a genius.

He turned our season round with his performance in that Friday night F A Cup game against Fulham.

Please don't disrespect him.
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February 15, 2017, 12:18:31 AM
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brap2

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As Thomas Edison said "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration".

Stracqualursi was a genius.

He turned our season round with his performance in that Friday night F A Cup game against Fulham.

Please don't disrespect him.

Conversely, don't let @thomas read this...
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February 15, 2017, 02:56:03 AM
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Paddockoldie


He can't be blamed for being signed by knob head just as children can't be blamed for having shit parents... it's just the twist fate throws out sometimes. He tried to fit in but ultimately the blame rests with knob head. Wish him well and the fact he scored against the shite gives him some kudos.