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    Atención Adrian

    pie derecho pie izquierdo y bang

    Fabuloso! 🧡

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokearab View Post
    pie derecho pie izquierdo y bang

    Fabuloso! ��
    He will be very happy with that mate well done.


    https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/spor...-opening-goal/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    He will be very happy with that mate well done.


    https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/spor...-opening-goal/
    To use Wee Jim's favourite word I thought it was magnificent. A stunning finish, really set the tone for what we were about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokearab View Post
    To use Wee Jim's favourite word I thought it was magnificent. A stunning finish, really set the tone for what we were about.
    The boy has got a wonderful strike on him and i was gutted when he was subbed.The most telling thing was his puss,totally FN boiling.That's a good thing though,shows he cares about the jersey he pulls on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    The boy has got a wonderful strike on him and i was gutted when he was subbed.The most telling thing was his puss,totally FN boiling.That's a good thing though,shows he cares about the jersey he pulls on.
    Dillon criticised the cross but I think Jamie saw him. Most strikers will slash at that first time, it's not an easy skill to shift it from one foot to the other AND finish, he deserves a lot of praise for that.

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    I have to say, i was wondering WTF i was watching right after kick off when Adrian looked like he didnt know what the objective of football was, never mind being capable of scoring as he did. But this unpredictability is exactly why he is one of my favourite players, as long as he is played at left mid and not left back.

    Hope he keeps his place to get a run in the team and wonder how exciting our wide players will be when Chalmers gets back in the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chick A Saw View Post
    I have to say, i was wondering WTF i was watching right after kick off when Adrian looked like he didnt know what the objective of football was, never mind being capable of scoring as he did. But this unpredictability is exactly why he is one of my favourite players, as long as he is played at left mid and not left back.

    Hope he keeps his place to get a run in the team and wonder how exciting our wide players will be when Chalmers gets back in the team.
    I like the guy. His natural defensive instinct makes him the perfect player in front of Jamie and it's no surprise to me that Jamie normally plays better with AS in front of him.
    But as we've seen Adrian can chip in up front too.

    His unpredictability is brilliant because defenders have no idea what to expect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokearab View Post
    I like the guy. His natural defensive instinct makes him the perfect player in front of Jamie and it's no surprise to me that Jamie normally plays better with AS in front of him.
    But as we've seen Adrian can chip in up front too.

    His unpredictability is brilliant because defenders have no idea what to expect.
    It has been posted on here many times but Robson is a different player when Sporle plays,the laddie is so confident its unbelievable.When Sporle did go off Robson still maintained a high standard but that's because he started well and gained confidence.
    Once he settles Robson is a good player but it appears that Sporle has some kind of calming influence on him that just inspires a better performance,he was even winning headers v Livi.

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    If we are gonna get anything tomorrow i predict it will come down the left hand side as they are hampered with Tavernier injured and their other right back isolating due to the Perty.
    We may still not get near them but if we do Robson and Sporle playing at the top of their game in both halves will be key.

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