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  1. Fulham on Wednesday

    I might have to go on wiki and change it to his correct height of 183 cm
  2. Fulham on Wednesday

    Transfermarkt, soccerbase and football manager all 183 cm which is 6 foot
  3. Pack

    Agree. Although if he plays Pato and Reid up top, then that is more of a 4411, or even at times like a 4-6-0 when they both drop back. I think this is Johnson's plan.
  4. Come on Villa...

    True. A good run and we're right back in the mix for 2nd spot.
  5. Fulham on Wednesday

    Yep. He looks shorter because of his posture.
  6. What's behind our mediocre 2018 form?

    Teams sussing out how to deal with Reid and Pato up front, after it had been working. And more recently trying to play a high press for 90 minutes with diedhiou in the side. He gets knackered second half and then it doesn't work. When Reid is up top we can press for 90 because he is that fit. Simple thing to do is to go more defensive when we are leading. So simply it's tactics that have been the problem. I'd also say lack of respect for the lower teams in the league has cost us too.
  7. Fulham on Wednesday

    Smith is 6 foot
  8. Fulham on Wednesday

    Fielding Wright. flint Baker Bryan Smith Brownhill. Reid Kent. Paterson Diedhiou We won't get overrun in midfield with that team. Our wingers will be able to attack like they should be, with that extra man in midfield as cover. Deidhiou is suited to the lone role. And Reid can find more space to get chances by arriving into box from deeper. I feel he has not been getting many chances for a while up front.
  9. Bryan .....

    If Bryan is signed by a prem club as a left back, then is he still not good enough at left back? I believe prem clubs are interested and it won't be too have him on the wing.
  10. Bryan .....

    Can you show us any posts on here from that time when it seemed every person was saying he's amazing, prem quality etc. Will be very surprised if you did post he wasn't a left back then
  11. Maggers

    I thought he was an improvement on the derby game. But I have not seen any comments about his mistake for the goal. He let his man get an easy flick on. Ok, I'm not saying he should win 100% of his headers. But give him a hard nudge and that might have been enough. He's just too nice a centre half for me.
  12. Bakinson

    He wasn't even on the bench against Liverpool was he? Injured maybe and returning on bench today?
  13. Reid

    Said the exact same thing 2-0 on 60 odd minutes on here. Reid is a much improved player in general, not just because he has moved further forward. His midfield performance alongside smith and pack against QPR was absolutely outstanding. Him and smith chasing players in the midfield would have been too much for Leeds to take control like they did. With pack sitting deeper, tidying up.
  14. Bryan .....

    People weren't saying that when he was our best player nearly every game earlier in the season. I'm sure people will be saying how great he is again soon. I put it down to tactics that we look so vulnerable.
  15. Bryan .....

    I think Bryan is possibly the best left back in the championship. He was rock solid for the majority of yesterday's game.