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Nainaar?It almost sounds like a 200 mil player
I just want to reinforce the Klaassen love really.Without him, neither of those goals happen against Hajduk Split.Sure something else might have happened instead but he factually made both goals happen just as much as the players actually credited with an assist (Baines and Rooney).Personally not keen on the Naismith comparisons beyond complementing his work ethic.
Of course he has - but don't expect some to.
You may be right I might be thinking of Seville. The point is people are readily willing to criticise Klaassen who's been involved in all our wins so far and a key figure in creating our goals in a lot of those games, while Sandro has also featured but clearly not shown much because people can't even remember if or what games he's actually started or played in. Hence my original point Klanseen has had the better start to his Everton career than Sandro. Part of the problem here is people have already decided Sandro is a great player based on the fact he's come from Spain and Klaassen will struggle because he's come from Holland.
To be honest, this is like if you got a new job and then within a couple of weeks you were expected to be at the same level as everyone else. It would be completely unfair on you and it is no different for the new boys. It takes time to learn in a new environment, especially for the young guys like Sandro that have never lived in the UK. Think about everything that he has to take in; New culture, language, city, house, job, boss, colleagues, weather, increased expectations etc. It might even take him a whole year to get up to scratch. The more the fans support these players, the better chance they will have in succeeding.
I just don't see the Davy-Stevie thing.IMO Naisy was good at finishing when he actually made it into the box, winning way more than his fair share of headers, and winning free-kicks with his combative style.Haven't seen any of that from Klaassen, what I have seen is the aforementioned link-up play in fits and spurts (which has been a good thing btw).
But then you're risking your 19 year old prodigy.
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