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Chris_Brown last won the day on May 15 2015

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  1. Sure. They're not exactly comparable but my point is more that many on here had written Eliasson off and he has been rejuvenated in his second season here. The same may happen with Eisa, who knows? It just too early to suggest. He hasn't failed here just because he isn't integrated into the first team in his first year here.
  2. Weren't there similar threads this time last year about Eliasson not being given a chance?
  3. I agree with you. I think it's an unnecessary risk and there is no need to take that sort of risk. I'd imagine part of the (flawed) reasoning is that LJ has absolutely zero confidence in Marinovic and has only kept him around because we'd have to search for another keeper should MOL pick up an injury or suspension.
  4. @reddogkev I am not the OP, but the article he's quoted is from the Guardian. Here (Contains some racist and foul language)
  5. Great performance. He gives his all. And how much better he is when he has some help up front.
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    Max o'leary

    There are a lot of players playing poorly today. O'Leary is adversely affected by the poor performances of those in front of him. He shouldn't be having so much to do and the experienced defence in front of him should not be putting him under extra pressure.
  7. If it took a deflection I don't think it was much of one. I don't want it to be O'Leary's fault, but at this point I think it is. Would have to watch it again though.
  8. Even so, if you don't move you won't get the ball. He seemed to just watch it.
  9. No, as his booking passed the cutoff (37th round of fixtures)
  10. 100%. Put them under pressure from the off.
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    Has Diedhiou's resurgence been a result of having others playing much closer to him/change in formation?
  12. After the 37th round of fixtures (according to the link below), whenever that was. http://www.thefa.com/news/2018/jul/31/red-yellow-cards-technical-area-2018-19
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