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June 02, 2018, 12:52:49 AM
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How would he fit into the team with Sig? Both No. 10s, and they seem to share a lot of the same characteristics -- good finishers, solid playmakers, and free kick specialists. I don't want to see Sig shunted out to the left wing again.

June 02, 2018, 02:22:14 AM
Reply #1


Heís best on the left.

Thatís where he played his best stuff for Swansea. Anytime he was number 10 for us his passing let him down.

I guess we will have to disagree on this one -- i much prefer him as a No. 10. Also, I would prefer to have pace on both wings -- e.g., Lookman on the left and Walcott on the right -- and that is not happening if Sig is playing wide left.
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June 02, 2018, 09:23:08 AM
Reply #2


I'm thinking about the lay-offs and little touches. He's top quality on the ball. The question is, will he be able to do it in the prem?  :)

Looks a little scrawny, without the low center of gravity that other diminutive players -- like Silva -- have.

June 02, 2018, 01:31:31 PM
Reply #3


Did he?

He got some solid reviews and scored 4 goals in 13 games, which is a comparable strike rate. Ross was also two years younger and playing for a club on loan.

June 02, 2018, 04:12:00 PM
Reply #4


He did quite well at Wednesday. He didnít look like a future star though. Not sure about Maddison havenít seen enough of him but there was question marks against Barkley everywhere heís been and under every manager

I distinctly remember the Wednesday manager saying Barkley would be a future star. But i don't really mean to argue with you here -- I agree that Maddison seems to have a lot of upside, assuming his wiry frame is not an issue in the prem.

June 03, 2018, 04:52:46 AM
Reply #5


Is it just me or is he displaying in the vid what we all wanted Barkley to show a bit more of. Technique, composure and quick feet to beat a man, explosive pace to get away from them, direct running into the danger areas causing panic and mistakes from opposition, and a very varied range of passing and finishing throughout.

This is also just a really fun video to watch. Really entertaining player. Norwich supporters must love him.