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Idrissa Gueye's touch maps in the 2016/17 Premier League. #EFC pic.twitter.com/tF4dRZsOEM— EFC Statto (@EFC_Statto) August 28, 2016
Idrissa Gueye's touch maps in the 2016/17 Premier League. #EFC pic.twitter.com/tF4dRZsOEM
Interesting point. I'd like to think against better teams his heat map is more compact as better players will exploit the space he leaves.
Bet he does it on purpose to inflate those tackling stats
Boring even if I knew what it meant
So there might be some benefit to Niasse, even if it's indirect.Good article that.
He's commenting on shit Americanisms, or, complicated rules in our sport. Personally I don't mind who takes part in sport provided they don't start to try take over it. Soccer, The half, calling attack offence, the list is long and getting longer. Keep it in America unless it's worth sharing. No disrespects to the American blues, it's a generality and was fair comment from @blue1948
I know what you mean. I'm constantly being told to keep my shit Englishisms out of the country over here. Things like calling wide receivers strikers, the plate the wicket, and calling the shortstop silly mid on. Seeing how much it annoys the natives, I can see how this annoys you.
Gueye is a better version of Phil Neville, who was boss at what he did and nothing elseEvery team needs a spoiler, someone who can break up what the opposition do and give the ball to someone good, which is what Neville did and what Gueye does - the main difference with Gueye is that he can also do a bit with the ball every now and then.He's one of the few at the club who should be kept around at the moment.
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