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  1. The press asked his agents about it and they very politely ruled out the move. "Ádám has a long term contract with Bristol City and although we look at every incoming offer he has no intention to move to the Russain Premier League in the nearby future."
  2. @Lanterne Rouge At the national team Rossi forged the team very similar to Bristol City's main line-up: 3-5-2. But we play with 3 natural midfielders: 1 holding, 1 BTB and 1 AM (that is actually Szoboszlai). And Rossi plays Ádám nearly always as the holding because he is the most skilled and best in tight spaces with a very good passing range and game intelligence. It is Dávid Sigér whos playing style is the closest to him so as an example against Serbia he was the holding one and Ádám was the box-to-box (until Sigér was replaced, then he moved back to holding). Also Hungary doesn't reall
  3. A few weeks ago Hungarian papers started to write that 'according to transfermarkt Nagy was injured but now he's all right'. Then a I looked it up an saw that TM elegantly skipped last season and put that ankle injury in this season' stats. Not very reliable, is it?
  4. Thanks for the somewhat outsider opinions as I might be a little biased towards Ádám. It was a very emotional and tough week for us fans and for the players as well. Ádám said after yesterday's match that very little energy left in him at the end of the game after playing nearly fully all 3 games in 7 days. His performances during these games plus the 2 before the break were the best of him yet and he was getting better game by game. So despite I was quite angry he he couldn't even make the bench before it seems that the coaching plus his attitude brings out the best of him and he's
  5. Nagy played amazingly against Serbia, he played on the right side of the middle 3 for the first 55 mins then in the middle at his ususal spot. Attacking wise it was the best I've seen him play; he had 3 or 4 key passes as well including a pinpoint sharp cross to the box. We had a B team lined up as all the Bundesliga players were called back after the Iceland game (German quarantine rules) and 2 of our starting centre backs were suspended for this game with 2 yellows. And after the changes if became like a C team so I'm happy with this draw. Also the match was very good, it is always better wh
  6. Thanks! Also Szoboszlai played liked a diva all game, I hated him for it. Then he nicks that winner... Still don't like him but that was pure class.
  7. This was AMAZING!!! A dull game, first half a nervous game from us in which Nagy was the best Hungarian player and a howler from Gulácsi. Second half maintaining this 0:1, change after the 80th for full attack and we won the game against the tired Iceland. Outstanding.
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    Sorry for the late answer, had to work a little. Yep, he was quite good. I haven't seen anything which could indicate that he might lose confidence because he can't make it to the matchday squad, quite the opposite. He seemed very confident in both games. It will be interesing if anything happens till Friday or not as I've seen on social media that his girlfriend enrolled to a graphic school in London 3 weeks ago. That was way after Holden said he spoke to everyone about their game times so they knew by then they will definitely stay in England. So its either he trusts himself enough to fight
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    Shame, it was a good game. Serbs were a little tired I have to admit but still it was a nice game. Good pressing from us in the first half, Serbia switched up one gear in the second; nice tempo and a few attempts on both sides. Amazing win for us.
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    Well ok, I think there were the following much worse than him today against a PL side: Moore,Rowe,Vyner,Palmer,Fam,Eliasson,Brunt. This is my opinion and I quite like all of the above.
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    So he's the hated one. Nothing wrong with that. I'm on the other side so we'll never agree on this subject.
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    Still it seems though. It is called an agenda. Don't really care as I saw him play enought that I can decide to myself if I liked his recent performance or not. It's football, everyone has preferred players and hated ones, from coaches to fans.
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    I haven't said a word about him, I keep it to myself. But You're having some troubles, You don't show up until You can write something - anything bad about him. As I said it's unhealthy.
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    You have some serious issues going on man, so fixated about a player is very unhealthy. It doesn't matter which direction, it's just wrong.
  15. I love Rebrov and this team. He's a maniac, always wants 110% from his players - and he gets it. Outstanding coach.
  16. Well they should be Ferencváros' opponents in the 2nd prelim round of CL (if we past through the first); we're all very curious what happens if the Scottish government orders them for 2 weeks quarantine as they can't play their game then with the Icelandic team.... And there is no room for postponing any game: UEFA stated that the team which can't attend the game is automatically out from the competition. I think this Boli lad can be unemployed in a few days time if this scenario happens.
  17. Yep, that was purely kids thinking from the bench. Changing the scoreline őurely by throwing all the attacking players on. And for me a professional coach doesn't do that.
  18. Well I haven't so for me subbing nearly all defensive players for attacking ones is not tactics at all just showboating.
  19. Still my opinion stands, for me it seemed very embarassing throwing on all the attackers like kids do. We can have very different opinions, this 3-0-7 looked everything but professional that time. Not that I loved LJ's approach because that was farcical at times but Holden's definitely seemed a 'Showtime baby' approach more for himself than for the players.
  20. My absolutely outsider opinion is that Holden is not up to the task of head coaching a Championship team. His few games for me seemed like a show performance and that game against Swansea tactically was one of the most unprofessional game I've ever seen. I felt embarassed during those last 25 minutes. The Boro game was a 'new coach push' and during the games it seemed that after 70 mins stamina wore off and he was unable to shake up the game. But this is just my personal opinion. On the other hand if I was in Holden' shoes I would've punched this McGregor guy after the second time he as
  21. Nagy is there with them too, he won't post from there as its not his habit but his girlfriend did.
  22. As an overseas viewer I can tell I never had any difficulties with the streaming: clear picture, never frozen, easy acces and payment (watched every game after the restart). What I don't understand ( I can assume it is because of some advertising purposes ) though I'm not complaining is why does a game cost £10 for fans in England when to overseas its only £5....
  23. I find this very strange. On another note I also think that at this moment there are no more very talented teenagers kicking a ball around than say 30 years ago it's just that a, there was no internet stating a top 100 list of young talents and labeling every second football 'oustanding talent' and 'world class' b, it was harder to scout back then c, nowdays clubs use these 'incredible youngsters' for a few years and then they realize at 23-24 that they've burned out I feel the value and honour is fading and veryone wants new impulses and excitment in place every year os
  24. As You maybe read my posts in June in Hungary it was already allowed to have fans without any limitations in the stadiums. Today the operative persons held a press conference in which they said there will be no change in this at the start of the next season (15/08, pre-season starts today for all teams). There will be no full houses I think as there wasn't one for our main derby which was also a celebration for the champions: it was obvious a lot of people were afraid to go to a huge crowd like that. But its also for the better I guess: You still get to decide whether You go or not and fans be
  25. As I'm not familiar with this what does this mean exactly? Can You explain it in a few sentences? I just assume it just has something to do with finances...
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