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June 08, 2018, 08:20:34 PM
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Toddacelli


On this seasons evidence, hed struggle in a light breeze.



And I guess this is why system is so important. He'd have been great in the Spanish tika-taka team where they they had a 5' height restriction for everyone apart from the goalie, because they played little, neat, quick, passing football to feet. There's no-one really around him at Everton he can do those little link-ups and triangles with. What was the system like at Ajax he played in?
    

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June 11, 2018, 02:11:37 PM
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Think the idea was that the target man would be laying the ball off/ knocking it down to him and his runs from deep into the box.

Probably the biggest casualty from not signing the striker.

100% This.

We haven't had a look at him yet in a system he is suited to but I'm hoping Silva has him in his plans.

He captained a young side to a European final. His fans loved him so much they gave him a standing ovation after he left them for a big money move. He spoke well after being left out, showing character, determination and leadership.

But maybe the only thing that matters is what happens on the pitch?
    

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