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LondonBristolian

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  1. Ignoring the fact we are short of central defenders currently, I honestly think Bakinson is the player who is establishing himself as being most crucial to how we want to play. Think Martin a good shout too. That said, with midfielders to come back from injury, it might soon be that nobody is indispensable.
  2. Losing Baker and especially Kalas for the first matches of the season was a massive worry and there were a lot of questions about Taylor and Zak, and whether they could prove they were Championship quality players. Two clean sheets in a row where, by and large, both Stoke and Wednesday have been restricted in the chances they've created should give them a great deal of confidence. I'm sure both will learn and improve as the season goes on but both are looking very much like they are at home at this level and can keep us solid until Kalas comes back. Fair play to the both of them.
  3. I think I'd like Brunt on for the last few moments to settle us...
  4. I thought he was poor first half but he's certainly improved second half. Think Moore MOTM for me if we keep a clean sheet.
  5. Yeah - Diedhiou does a lot of good things but hold up play is not one of his strengths. Martin excels at it.
  6. I'm more baffled by the explanation of how Martin and Diedhiou are very similar players. They really aren't...
  7. Seems a bit premature to conclude that given Holden is yet to have Walsh, Williams or Morrell available for selection...
  8. For me the issue is that we've got Jay Dasilva and Eliasson, both of whom are effectively covering for the same position and it feels like a waste of a spot a central midfielder could be occupying. That said, Rowe is the player I'd currently look at subbing. I just don't think this is his day. Edit: Wells, too. I'd like to see Semenyo.
  9. Exactly. It's not awful by any stretch but we've not created much of note and almost let them in a couple of times through avoidable errors. I don't think it is moaning to say that we can do better.
  10. Just when we looked like we were settling, a terrible pass from Rowe..
  11. Been a bit frustrating so far. Reminds me of some of our games last season where our attempts to build rhythm are being hampered by overly-hit passes. No need to panic and plenty of time for us to put a mark on the game but we really need to settle.
  12. There's a frankly massive thread on the politics board about this discussion. Can we not do it here?
  13. 3 Midfielders had an opportunity v Villa to put pressure on the Palmer, Paterson and Bakinson. By and large, they didn't take it. I've expressed my doubts about Weimann in midfield before but, right now, him and Paterson are there on merit.
  14. He seems to have split opinion on the match thread. Some seem to think he was terrible, some seem to think he was alright but none the midfield were at the level of the Villa players...
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