October 21, 2019, 04:40:48 AM

Author Topic: Real after Pickford  (Read 5173 times)

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January 05, 2019, 02:21:23 PM
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it's not about that though is it. Realistically jordan isn't in our top 3 most important players and if someone would pay over to the odds meaning we can invest elsewhere it makes business sense...

But I think it would mean we should be looking to replace him with a top class player, who would probably be very expensive.

Overall premise though yes, we should always be assessing player worth (to the team and monetarily) and if we receive an offer in excess of those then we should reinvest that to improve.


January 07, 2019, 12:48:28 PM
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 More the quality of the shot opportunity afforded the opposition. I imagine its incredibly hard to asses but put it this way; If 2 keepers face 100 shots each but keeper As shots are all from 5 yards wilts keeper Bs are from 20 then the stats are going to be skewed because of the relative ease of scoring from 5 yards as opposed to 20.

Ya get me, blud?

Think that table is based on that sort of thing.

Hes let in two more goals than he should have done.

Whereas Alisson has let in 7 fewer (eg saving Gomes header, Id imagine).