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  1. Hunsupport

    Nagy

    Oh, I understood that You meant that hence I wrote it. I might not post a lot but reading the (mostly rightfully I might say) LJ slackings and this time he's not making up any false excuses.
  2. Hunsupport

    Nagy

    Definitely not unfortunately. There was an interview with him in a Hungarian newspaper 3 days before Christmas, he mentioned a lot of other things and also his ankle. He said he feels it's not 100%, only like 95% but 'the doctors at the club said it's absolutely normal after an injury like his' so he just keeps pushing... It would be a minor operation as I recall from the time LJ mentioned it, getting out that small extra bone, so the injury could heal up to 100%. On a funny note he also said that the first few times he took a cab for training and he always wanted to yell at the driver going in the wrong lane.
  3. I'd like to put in here as well some part of what I've posted earlier in another one because it fits more here. What I saw during the last few games is the following as a kind of outsider (so not tempted by the love / hate of LJ, maybe a little with the affection for Nagy): 1, Nagy: he makes mistakes like he never done before. Maybe only once per season and that’s it. He seems to lack confidence which he also never did. Maybe that ankle isn’t 100% at all and he has to adjust to that but mostly I think it’s due to my 2. point as his positioning and awareness hasn’t changed. 2, Most of the times I can’t see the point of the attempted attacks from the team. When the midfielders try to quicken up the attacks (mainly Brownhill and Nagy) in 90 % it fails. Today apart from those 2 big misplaced passes I was watching Nagy closely: during the first half there were at least five occasions when get got the ball, passed forward and run immediately to get it back and fastly go on with the attack. And he didn’t receive it back, because everyone was twisting and turning, including Palmer and Eliasson ( they seem a little selfish to me though Niclas' crosses are amazing). So he runs a lot eventually for nothing (most of the games) and at the end I think it tires him mentally therefore the mistakes. At least half ot these runs should end as at the Fulham game but since then attacks seems so slow… 3, The overall technical quality of the forward line bar Eliasson’ crosses is quite poor. 4, Based on what I’ve seen I agree with those who think LJ reached his limits, also seems a little arrogant to me at times. A coach should fill his players with confidence and clear playing strategy based on what his player can do. At Ferencváros when Sergei Rebrov took over rumour was that the players were all puking after the first few trainings so I was afraid they might play against him. And voilá: after 15 years he got us to the EL group stage and before Christmas our skipper gave and interview and said ’He’s a hard man but we got behind him as he has clear vision, everyone knows his part, his duty on the pitch. We won’t be buddies but we respect the hell out of Rebrov because we know his methods ( be as painful and hard as they are) are bringing trophies and success.’ That's the good attitude from coach and players I think.
  4. What I saw during the last few games is the following as a kind of outsider (so not tempted by the love / hate of LJ, maybe a little with the affection for Nagy): 1, Nagy: he makes mistakes like he never done before. Maybe only once per season and that’s it. He seems to lack confidence which he also never did. Maybe that ankle isn’t 100% at all and he has to adjust to that but mostly I think it’s due to my 2. point as his positioning and awareness hasn’t changed. 2, Most of the times I can’t see the point of the attempted attacks from the team. When the midfielders try to quicken up the attacks (mainly Brownhill and Nagy) in 90 % it fails. Today apart from those 2 big misplaced passes I was watching Nagy closely: during the first half there were at least five occasions when get got the ball, passed forward and run immediately to get it back and fastly go on with the attack. And he didn’t receive it back, because everyone was twisting and turning, including Palmer. So he runs a lot eventually for nothing (most of the games) and at the end I think it tires him mentally therefore the mistakes. At least half ot these runs should end as at the Fulham game but since then attacks seems so slow… 3, The overall technical quality of the forward line bar Eliasson’ crosses is quite poor. 4, Based on what I’ve seen I agree with those who think LJ reached his limits, also seems a little arrogant to me at times. A coach should fill his players with confidence and clear playing strategy based on what his player can do. At Ferencváros when Sergei Rebrov took over rumour was that the players were all puking after the first few trainings so I was afraid they might play against him. And voilá: after 15 years he got us to the EL group stage and before Christmas our skipper gave and interview and said ’He’s a hard man but we got behind him as he has clear vision, everyone knows his part, his duty on the pitch. We won’t be buddies but we respect the hell out of Rebrov because we know his methods ( be as painful and hard as they are) are bringing trophies and success.’
  5. Merry Christmas everybody, I hope from now on nothing but 3 points gained from each gameday. Thanks for this incredible forum, I was lucky enough to 'meet' a fantastic fanbase here this year. COYR!
  6. Wonderful. Decent game,high tempo, 3 points, incredible atmosphere from the City fans. Well done boys!
  7. Can You tell me what the actual **** was this? It was like watching a basketball game where a bad look is a fault. I've never seen anything like this referee, like any enemy of football.
  8. You're spot on. He looked much faster and focused against Wales - despite the overall team performance was poor and he couldn't grab the game by its neck this time. He gave a long interview during the break and said: "I still need a little time - such as Friday's 25-30 minutes against Uruguay on the pitch - for my body and mind to get up to speed so that in my head I can think quickly, and make the right decisions when I'm playing, and this will come with matches. I'm very happy that I was able to play for my club last weekend too, so now I feel that I'm back on track".
  9. I watched nearly every game via Robins TV or streams this season and determined to keep this habit Much more fun than Serie A games were not to mention the intensity of the games.
  10. Yep, it's hard to intervene when You have to just run and try to correct mistakes by Your teammates - and that is what he is forced to do mainly for the national team. It can be pretty annoying that halfway through attacks someone always loses the ball and You have to track back immediately. I'm glad he had this run off looked much sharper than 10 days ago so it can be very good for Saturday (and he didn't look tired at all, that's a positive too). I don't really like our national team mainly because nearly every single one of them thinks he's much better than in reality and not one single person has the balls to say that "You're dire my son". Those balls wasted in attacks - in Bristol City 2-3 passes and shot on goal. I stick to club football I think...
  11. I told You so that we're ****. These players are just so slow: in running, thinking and everything. I think this was a planned change whatever happens that he gets 60 mins and not more, seems like it anyway.
  12. TBF the pairing is more like Morrell-Pátkai, Nagy-Allen by their actual roles. Pátkai is our Brownhill in the team.
  13. Line-ups here: https://www.uefa.com/european-qualifiers/match/2026011--wales-vs-hungary/ Morrell (and Ramsey,Bale,James) vs. Nagy, Williams on the bench I presume.
  14. Liked the title, thanks for that!
  15. Having a little nervous breakdown here which will evolve in the next 3 hours....Yesterday evening I was laughing at the presser (Ádám was there and those questions...I liked his answer about the paralell Slovakia game as "Will the team follow the result there?" he answered "It's much easier to do something for our success than hope that another nation will be unsuccessful.") Anyway it seems like everything is against us: Wales have better players, 3 of our 4 men defence will be backups (the starters are all injured / suspended), they're nearly impossible to beat at home, our away form is non existent and the referee is Romanian. So all I hope is that Nagy doesn't get injured anything more will be a miracle.
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