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  1. I don't think he had any say in this just as every other player in this situation. Country or club, everyone wants to play. Lots of examples when a not fully fit player played for his club and made his injury worse and same goes for country. The 2 physio parties played this off, he was cleared when obv he wasn't. Sure our medics maybe painted rainbows to BCFC but I think it was mostly Rossi's fault, he clearly pushed him and the lack of quality in Ádám's position in Hungary. There isn't one minute on the pitch Ádám wouldn't give everything for his club. The best proof to that are exactly the international games this spring which he played in full match sharpness and fitness despite not having any minute at club level and being totally ignored there by his coach. If he'd didn't give a **** about his club he wouldn't even train properly.
  2. I wrote earlier, during the match that the commentator said BCFC sent a list of exercises, Nagy passed all of them and BCFC gave him the green light to play. It will turn out if he had any setback or just tired a bit than usual.
  3. It's a very interesting discussion. I agree he wasn't 100% fit that was obvious. But not playing his game is false: he was playing that only much slower because of the fitness issue. What I fully disagree is that "the public was desperate for him to play". They weren't. Rossi and his teammates were. It's the main issue I tried to write about in my info topic: as I think 7 managers of 10 can't understand how important he can be / how to utilise him the same goes to like 80% of Hungarian fans. Most of our fans don't like him just state the fact that he is there and plays. It's a "downside" of his role and how he interprets it: he's not a big fella who seems to destroy everyone around him, he doesn't play the spectecular side of a DM. Also doesn't make asthonising assists so the same goes for a playmaker role. For me this is exactly why his unnatural DM / deep lying playmaker role will shine in England where combined with his speed and pace it will be spectecular.
  4. I think this is the most accurate observation. I don't know why would anybody expected him to be MOTM when the day before the game he was officially injured... And his subsitute (who was in the same position, went on carrying a little injury) said it was planned this way, they knew Ádám's leg won't last for 90 mins. So it's natural I think that was a little distressed by the end of that 60 mins. He looked calm after the game so I don't think more happened there then a little fatigue, really hoping he didn't strain his ankle.
  5. Thanks. I'm too realistic tbh: if we get to the Euros twice in a row that would be awesome. But contesting it for the last minute is more important for me as we usually fell out of the race by the 3rd game... at least we did a few years ago. And this a is a tough group.
  6. Solid 65 mins, good build up for Stoke. This group is insane tbh. All in for October I think.
  7. Being honest: it's Croatia away. Regardless of today's match it's a straight loss. Rather have him against Azerbaijan to have solid win.
  8. Spot on. I don't care how a big talent Szoboszlai is or how hyped Sallai is. They play like they're in Britain's Got Talent and not in a team....Beauty over productivity will earn them a slap in the face plus severeal minutes of shouting from the senior players if we lose, nothing more.
  9. He clearly doesn't run as much as he does usually. Tries to save his energy. I think they talked it over with Rossi.
  10. The commentator said that the Hungarian physios and medics worked closely with Bristol City. BC sent a list of exercises which Ádám had to carry out and then BC gave him green light to play.
  11. And it was a mislead or maybe the gaffer takes the risks... He starts tonight.
  12. The presser just ended for tomorrow's game, Rossi said he's "not very optimistic" that Nagy could play tomorrow, it would be a little early. It's bad news for us but 'good' news for Bristol City as it means we won't take unnecessary risks. He's training now so if he joins the training on Tuesday at Bristol then it means he can be at least on the bench against Stoke.
  13. Thanks! I think You'll find all necessary outsider info here.
  14. He won't travel to Montenegro for the friendly, it was announced yesterday. It's still 50/50 if he will be fit to start against Slovakia. I think however it goes the main thing he got called up is because that he's a vital character for the team. And not to mention that if he can't play a total rookie will play in his place earning his very first cap and I'm sure he's lurking around Ádám all day with a sharp pencil and a notebook...
  15. Maybe a little plus info belonging to this topic about just how important and detailed recruitment can be nowdays. There was an interview with Nagy's agents about the transfer process and there was a sentence I laughed a little about. They said that after a few talks with Bristol City they talked with LJ and he said they don't have to say anything about Adam, he knows much more about his style of play and most importantly his personality than his mother.
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