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Adam Nagy - SIGNED

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18 minutes ago, RoystonFoote'snephew said:

It was Burnley in the pouring rain. Only time I ever saw us win there. 

Brilliant day. The lad and I got absolutely drenched just walking from the car park to the ground. Tomas really did it for us that day. Sliding in The only goal from close range in a sea of mud. Never understood why GJ didn't keep such an athletic CB

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27 minutes ago, CliftonCliff said:

Oh, come on! Surely, surely not! Yet another bloody midfielder? Are we planning on entering two teams in the Championship this season?

We don’t have a single defensive midfielder at the club? 

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1 minute ago, Peter O Hanraha-hanrahan said:

Buzsaky 

Went missing in Bedminster I believe.

I thought he was locked in the cellar of the Avon Gorge Hotel along with Alan Curbishley and anyone else who crosses SL by not signing on the dotted line.

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24 minutes ago, BarnzFM said:

How the **** do you know 😂

I don’t know, do I shit for brains 🤦‍♂️ I’ve literally just said it in the message you quoted. I DOUBTED whether either, who haven’t even kicked a ball at this level are better than Brownhill, who some on here are quoting as a 20M player and is an established championship midfielder. Which isn’t a bad thing, JB is a quality player and it’s not smart for us to say both these signings are better without even seeing them play. Hegeler was a better midfielder than Josh on paper before he signed, how did that work out.... 

jesus wept.. 

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Took a quick watch.

Decent technically, likes an interception so a useful reading of the game- dunno if he's so big on the tackling side. Reckon he is a decent player however, in so far as a quick YouTube video can show!

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6 minutes ago, Mr Popodopolous said:

Not watched it myself yet but a YouTube video of him- 2016 admittedly so hopefully he's got better since.

 

I had a quick search for him on twitter and there were comments from last year regarding his first goal for Hungary. A tweet or two saying they were pleased for him as he lost his way after a dazzling Euro 2016. 

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1 hour ago, mozo said:

Hungarian so likely to speak English.

And our last Hungarian player was...?

(I don't know the answer!)

Seebok

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57 minutes ago, SuperDziek said:

Cold and wet day up at Turf Moor I think from memory. They were the better team and nicked a 1-0 with Vasko heading home a free kick!

Xmas time 2007 Ade and Wade playing for em

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1 hour ago, Rocky said:

https://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/serie-a/tmw-bologna-il-bristol-city-in-pressing-per-nagy-1277059

 

translation:


Possible future in England for Adam Nagy. The midfielder is leaving Bologna and likes Bristol, which thinks about it concretely and offered a four-year deal. Work in progress. The Bristol tries, in the viewfinder is Nagy.

 

"Possibile futuro in Inghilterra per Adam Nagy. Il centrocampista è in uscita dal Bologna e piace al Bristol che ci pensa concretamente e ha offerto un quadriennale. Lavori in corso. Il Bristol ci prova, nel mirino c’è Nagy..."

"There could be a possible future in England for central midfielder Andy Nagy. He would leave from Bologna and would like to go to Bristol city for a 4 year deal.
Work is in progress. Bristol city are trying hard, it seems Nagy is in their crosshairs..."

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2 minutes ago, FrozenRobin said:

Can reveal that this looks likely. Very likely.On my head be it.

Don't know why we're signing him though

Source?

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2 minutes ago, FrozenRobin said:

Can reveal that this looks likely. Very likely.On my head be it.

Don't know why we're signing him though

Because Han aside he is better then all of our other midfielders imo

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2 minutes ago, Jerseybean said:

Source?

so Sean Lunt has reported on it.

from Alessio Alemio's post

who is seemingly known to have inside access into the club.

Definetely going.

Turkish club also in for him.

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If he did come it'd be interesting to see a midfield three of Nagy and Han sitting - Brownhill in front, with Nketiah up top with Elliasson and Wiemann on the wings.

 

Quite small group of players that though mind

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5 minutes ago, underhanded said:

If he did come it'd be interesting to see a midfield three of Nagy and Han sitting - Brownhill in front, with Nketiah up top with Elliasson and Wiemann on the wings.

 

Quite small group of players that though mind

No way Pack will be missing out  😂

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1 hour ago, SuperDziek said:

Cold and wet day up at Turf Moor I think from memory. They were the better team and nicked a 1-0 with Vasko heading home a free kick!

Yep. Had a few beers in the cricket club next door. By the time we got in the ground we were drenched. late winner from vasko 

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I would love it if he signed purely because on one of my FM saves he captained us to promotion and retired at the club after eleven years having smashed out a couple of CL finals. I can attest that the digital version of him is the bee’s knees.

Oh yeah I think he’s meant to be quite good at football too in the real world

 

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18 minutes ago, Tinmans Love Child said:

Oh yeh how was it?

BA lost our bags on the way out and the wife had her phone nicked on our last day. But other than that, marvellous. 

Wonderful place, seriously. Absolutely stunning. 

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2 hours ago, Port Said Red said:

Likes Bristol? Clearly signing for the Gas now Wael of Fortune has loosened the purse strings. :) 

On a side note, there is quite a big "Nagy" (pron Nage) family in bedminster, I used to work with one of them. 

Had a year in Budapest watching some pretty poor football, the highlight being watching  Sebok at Ujpest.  

Think Nagy might be pronounced “Nodge”

based on the phrase hagy vagy (meaning how are you?) being pronounced hodge vodge.  

Back in the real world, the rain has stopped and the sun is now shining over Ashton Gate.  Eddie on the roof yet?!

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6 minutes ago, Newquay-Red said:

I would love it if he signed purely because on one of my FM saves he captained us to promotion and retired at the club after eleven years having smashed out a couple of CL finals. I can attest that the digital version of him is the bee’s knees.

oh yeah I think he’s meant to be quite good at football too in the real world

Midfield general for me in FM too - titles galore with Torino - when I quit to manage League One Bristol City in a preposterous sentimental move there was no way we were ever signing the great Adam Nagy!

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We need another’s midfielder in the CDM mould for sure. Smith’s days at this club could well be over, has spent so much time injured to suddenly come back and play at championship level. 

Pack cant play 46 games like he did last season, burns out in a midfield two and struggles against high intensity midfield threes. 

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22 minutes ago, Wilf said:

Had a year in Budapest watching some pretty poor football, the highlight being watching  Sebok at Ujpest.  

Think Nagy might be pronounced “Nodge”

based on the phrase hagy vagy (meaning how are you?) being pronounced hodge vodge.  

Back in the real world, the rain has stopped and the sun is now shining over Ashton Gate.  Eddie on the roof yet?!

Nodger.

He'll fit right in.

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35 minutes ago, BRISTOL86 said:

BA lost our bags on the way out and the wife had her phone nicked on our last day. But other than that, marvellous. 

Wonderful place, seriously. Absolutely stunning. 

Damn, not a good start or end!  Hope the middle was better!

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29 minutes ago, chipdawg said:

Mmm... not exactly a signing to get the blood pumping from that description.

'Nagy is a player whose qualities are not easily noticeable...his greatest asset is his footballing intelligence..... he doesn't score goals, put in brutal challenges, rarely wins the ball back by force..... but has an exceptionally sharp understanding of tactics and the under-the-radar aspects of the game. He isn't instinctive or impressively physical.. he rapidly releases the ball contributing to the fluidity of his teams ball possession.... quick, sharp thinking player who works tirelessly to shut down passing options and anticipate the opposition's moves...non risky and seldom losing the ball..... he moves relentlessly into space to liberate passing options for his team mates. He has the mentality of a coach..as if he is able to witness the game from an external perspective."

OK, probably fine for a DM  (and a very good 5-a-side player no doubt) as long as we have others in midfield who can create, score and tackle because as good as he may be at what he specialises in, he doesn't seem to have those qualities in his armoury. 

Hard to get excited about signing a defensive midfield player, but in Nagy's case someone you barely notice but who makes everyone around him perform better perhaps? :fingerscrossed:

 

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4 minutes ago, Nogbad the Bad said:

Mmm... not exactly a signing to get the blood pumping from that description.

'Nagy is a player whose qualities are not easily noticeable...his greatest asset is his footballing intelligence..... he doesn't score goals, put in brutal challenges, rarely wins the ball back by force..... but has an exceptionally sharp understanding of tactics and the under-the-radar aspects of the game. He isn't instinctive or impressively physical.. he rapidly releases the ball contributing to the fluidity of his teams ball possession.... quick, sharp thinking player who works tirelessly to shut down passing options and anticipate the opposition's moves...non risky and seldom losing the ball..... he moves relentlessly into space to liberate passing options for his team mates. He has the mentality of a coach..as if he is able to witness the game from an external perspective."

OK, probably fine for a DM  (and a very good 5-a-side player no doubt) as long as we have others in midfield who can create, score and tackle because as good as he may be at what he specialises in, he doesn't seem to have those qualities in his armoury. 

Hard to get excited about signing a defensive midfield player, but in Nagy's case someone you barely notice but who makes everyone around him perform better perhaps? :fingerscrossed:

 

Sounds like he'll press and nick the ball back quickly giving it to a more creative player like palmer or the French lad. 

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1 hour ago, steviestevieneville said:

Yep. Had a few beers in the cricket club next door. By the time we got in the ground we were drenched. late winner from vasko 

Was that the game after which GJ was asked "any words for Akinbyi who hit the woodwork four times" and his reply was "Yeah..unlucky son" ...

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23 minutes ago, Nogbad the Bad said:

Mmm... not exactly a signing to get the blood pumping from that description.

'Nagy is a player whose qualities are not easily noticeable...his greatest asset is his footballing intelligence..... he doesn't score goals, put in brutal challenges, rarely wins the ball back by force..... but has an exceptionally sharp understanding of tactics and the under-the-radar aspects of the game. He isn't instinctive or impressively physical.. he rapidly releases the ball contributing to the fluidity of his teams ball possession.... quick, sharp thinking player who works tirelessly to shut down passing options and anticipate the opposition's moves...non risky and seldom losing the ball..... he moves relentlessly into space to liberate passing options for his team mates. He has the mentality of a coach..as if he is able to witness the game from an external perspective."

OK, probably fine for a DM  (and a very good 5-a-side player no doubt) as long as we have others in midfield who can create, score and tackle because as good as he may be at what he specialises in, he doesn't seem to have those qualities in his armoury. 

Hard to get excited about signing a defensive midfield player, but in Nagy's case someone you barely notice but who makes everyone around him perform better perhaps? :fingerscrossed:

 

I dunno, I think he sounds pretty good. Reading up on him, it sounds like he had an excellent Euro 2016, a good first season in Italy then had lost his way. Clearly has pedigree. He doesn't sound like an 'enforcer' type mind

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It would be nice, one day, to sign a foreign player ive actually heard of. Hope he is decent of course, but he may also be horseshit. Typical city signing

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36 minutes ago, paul_fox said:

Sounds like he'll press and nick the ball back quickly giving it to a more creative player like palmer or the French lad. 

Looks quite plausible from a short video I saw- a good type of player to have.

Interceptions are arguably becoming more commonplace than tackles though this country is a bit of an outlier there perhaps- he's quite good at these. Nicking it back, positional awareness- good thing.

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2 minutes ago, Mr Popodopolous said:

Looks quite plausible from a short video I saw- a good type of player to have.

Interceptions are arguably becoming more commonplace than tackles though this country is a bit of an outlier there perhaps- he's quite good at these. Nicking it back, positional awareness- good thing.

Yeah you can't have a player who makes crunching tackles anymore. It's just having the players making space for him to get a pass in which we could have 

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