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Author Topic: [News]Sandro linked with move back to Malaga  (Read 928 times)

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January 17, 2018, 08:02:46 PM
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dax78


Id rather he went out on loan to a prem club for the remaining part of the season to see if he can cut it and then deal with him at the end of the season

What prem club do you think would take him
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January 17, 2018, 08:43:38 PM
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TheTone


thought this lad was the bees knees last Summer, kin youtube clips


January 17, 2018, 08:50:29 PM
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themilkycoffees


Baffles me how he has been completely wrote off after a handful of games. People forget the lad is still a young player, new team (playing poorly) and in a new country. Far more experienced players have struggled to adapt, and have been given more time. It would be nice to secure safety and then see if we can give players like Sandro and Klaassen a chance to adapt before we make a final decision. I think there's a player in there.


January 17, 2018, 08:56:53 PM
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Major Clanger


He may be able to eventually adapt, but how would that work? We're too shit to carry him as a passenger for a whole season in the hope he'll come good. No-one is likely to take him on loan either based on his performances so far. And you can't acclimatise just by attending trainings and playing for the U23s. (Not to mention how he'd feel about it.)

Can anyone really see a realistic way out?
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January 17, 2018, 09:03:09 PM
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We've carried a number of players all season. This season is a write off. A top 10 finish is the best we can hope for and the only reason I'm confident we're staying up is because there are about 6 or 7 teams who are even worse than us. Now is surely the time to give players like Sandro a go? 14 goals in La Liga last season for a struggling Malaga team. Are we saying if a new signing doesn't work in the first 5-6 games, then they're not good enough, end of discussion?

22 minutes ago
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ally2


I love him. I don't know why. But he does have a habit of running away from the ball and the penalty area, which is a sort of problem.


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Lxxx


I love him. I don't know why. But he does have a habit of running away from the ball and the penalty area, which is a sort of problem.

He doesn't tend to stay on his feet too often either. Which again, is a sort of problem.