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Jay Dasilva vs Joe Bryan

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18 minutes ago, The Gambler said:

i think Bryan has an outside chance of being in the Euro squad next year. That game has just raised his profile immeasurably - if he starts next season well he has a shot at an England Squad.

who is ahead of him?








Would love to see it happen but don't think it will, names to add to your list are Saka, Williams, Delph, Sessegnon

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2 hours ago, Mihai said:

Dasilva is much more technical than Bryan. I see Bryan more like a LM or RW. 

Dasilva looks more dangerous when attacking and passing, and dribbling also. When we talk about goals and shoots, Dasilva is something like let's say a Jordi Alba, offering big support wide, going narrow sometimes to disrupt their shape. Dasilva doesn't have to score, or shoot too much. He got the ability to get much better than Joe is now.

Joe Bryan is one of the most technical players I have seen Bristol City produce. He uses multiple surfaces of both feet. Dasilva doesn't. Bryan went narrow into the half space last night to score. For a team that wants to dominate possession like Fulham Bryan is superior to Dasilva.

Counter attacking side - Dasilva. 

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5 minutes ago, jj77 said:

Joe Bryan.

He looks to have more impact on the game than DaSilva.

Stats might prove me wrong though.

Stats don't measure impact. Stats just reflect a narrow measurement and aid the pursuit of joyless efficiency..

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