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  1. Not saying I'd vote for Vyner but there's a case to be made I think. He's been asked to do an awful lot and broadly delivered everytime. Kalas and Bentley have played well - but essentially have simply done their narrowly defined job. Not sure if Vyner qualifies for Young Player, if he does he's got that in the bag imo.
  2. Is there a case to be made for Vyner for Player of the Season (so far)?
  3. I've said so often I'd rather have 15 goals in 15 separate games than a bloke who scores 5 hat-tricks in a season. He's almost metronomic in his scoring.
  4. Fam now has 46 goals in all comps for Bristol City. This is his 147th appearance for us in all comps. I think Murray was the last player to play for us and score 50.
  5. Give. Him. Whatever. He. Wants. Think that's 46 in 147 now.
  6. Peter Trego's suit and snazzy tie is so superior to Downsy's hat and gilet. If he could learn which camera to talk to he'd be perfect.
  7. This is what I expect. If Vyner doesn't step up then either Nagy has to do all the work - hence my Atlas photo earlier - or Palmer/Adelakun drop deep. We don't want the latter to happen so logically it's the former I think we'll see - at least when we have the ball.
  8. Pretty sure we saw him play against us in the league cup game at Fulham in the 2016/17 season. Think he may have even scored in that one. Was an absolute wonderkid around FM 12/13/14
  9. Agreed, weird that they've automatically called a backwards pass as a -ve. I'd have thought you could come up with some other way of representing backwards, forward, and just for Nakhi Wells' sake, sideways as well. Interesting what you say about the review process. I think that goes to @CheddarReds OP. Essentially there's a time issue with having a 'data guy' sat next to the commentators. Doing that sort of analysis live during a football game is tricky. It's very different to something like TMS and the Cricket - in that sport there's tons of dead time to fill, and a 'data guy' can happi
  10. Yes this is good. If the data is useful, can be presented in an appealing way, and contributes something more than just numbers - ie raw shots on target the Fevs mentions - then it's useful. Heatmaps are useful, and personally I'd like to see what you describe as well as, possibly, pass heatmaps. Something to show where and how an attacking team is probing at a defensive line, and whether than is creating good chances to score or whether those probes are being successfully rebutted or neutralised by the defending team. A CLEAR example of why we desperately need to create an x
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