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Thread: Im really begining to like Joelinton

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    Im really begining to like Joelinton

    gets stuck in, dont take any ****.

    If ever we are chasing an equaliser, would be a mare for defer=nders facing him and Caroll

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    Quote Originally Posted by TANYA_ View Post
    gets stuck in, dont take any ****.

    If ever we are chasing an equaliser, would be a mare for defer=nders facing him and Caroll
    Impressive today. Hope he keeps it up.

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    Took his goal well !
    I think he will struggle with injuries tbh

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    He was very good against Arsenal as well...just isolated. He strong, has good movement, doesn't lose the ball needlessly and was very cool with his finish today.

    I think some of the "injuries" were instructed...

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    Wonder what he said to the ref when he was coming off to warrant a yellow card.

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    Well drilled steely performance....hope yet maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannylad View Post
    Wonder what he said to the ref when he was coming off to warrant a yellow card.
    Think the yellow was just for time wasting.

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    He held off Sanchez and someone else with one hand each (I seem to remember). He's an ox of a man and if he can exceed his career-long 1-in-4 stat, he can stake his claim to fill that #9 shirt.

    But if we've got to wait a bunch more games for another goal, we'll need more up front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trinitoon View Post
    He held off Sanchez and someone else with one hand each (I seem to remember). He's an ox of a man and if he can exceed his career-long 1-in-4 stat, he can stake his claim to fill that #9 shirt.

    But if we've got to wait a bunch more games for another goal, we'll need more up front.
    To be fair..Bruce set up with Almiron and the Saint supporting..unfortunately 5he saint got injured(his replacement set up the goal) and we had to defend for most of the match as expected.

    Big Joe is good enough to match Rondon IMO..but you are right...we need more from the rest of the squad.

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    SOme of his stats today:

    Joelinton v Spurs
    22/23 passes (96%),
    2 chances created,
    2 shots
    2 on target
    1 goal

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    He's going to have to do too much on his own
    No help from miggy

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    Didn't watch the game today, happy to hear he had a good game and the goal was a good one.

    I must admit, though, he looks very slow to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieG View Post
    Didn't watch the game today, happy to hear he had a good game and the goal was a good one.

    I must admit, though, he looks very slow to me.
    He does look slow but the strength on him might make up for that.

    At one point he was holding off 4 spuds players whilst keeping the ball.

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    If Joelinton can stay fit and we play to his strengths, he will score a decent amount of goals. He's a classic centre forward and has just about everything....and will....in my opinion get even better as he gets fitter.

    Lot's of positives to take from that game and he was definitely one of them.

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