View Full Version : Pringle on the left

20-08-2014, 10:32 PM
should Pringle play on the left where he has a long standing understanding with Skarz?

20-08-2014, 11:03 PM
The side you play on is generally determined by your stronger foot although many right footed players end up playing on the left due to the lack of lefties. Having a good left footed player play on the right is a bit of a waste of a good left foot but at times, circumstances will dictate that people have to play out of their favourite/best position.

Short answer though is yes, independent of his good understanding with Skarz.

21-08-2014, 08:27 AM
Pringle has been poor in the last two home games, couldn't make Derby but seems he was at fault for the goal too. Head elsewhere? seems what with the Agard move pending and potentially this one to Hull or reading I'd also heard we are becoming the victims of our own success? With time running out in the window its to be hoped we have plenty of irons in the fire. I certainly don't see Hall as a replacement. we need some pace - Brandy anyone? and some house in the final third. Ive been encouraged by what I've seen over the two games but we must get more clinical in the final third and that won't happen if we don't shoot, something we were guilty of in both second halves i the last two games, ironically both kicking towards the Kop end, in Evans we trust...

21-08-2014, 08:27 AM
nouse not house!!!!

21-08-2014, 08:38 AM
Thought the lad from Ipswich did a great job on the left hand side of midfield on Tuesday. He is quicker than Pringle and gets stuck in more. I think he would make an ideal replacement for Prings if he was to go. We might miss Prings cultured left foot and lose a dead ball specialist if he he were to go though.

21-08-2014, 08:54 AM
Pringle is not good enough at this level. He lacks pace where it is needed at this level. We can't get away with it now.