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Old 22-02-2018, 09:35 AM
AK14
 
Football Scott McTominay

Played very well last night and it's great to see trust being shown in a kid for such a big game
 
Old 22-02-2018, 09:47 AM
Wellinever
 
Default "big match temperament"

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Played very well last night and it's great to see trust being shown in a kid for such a big game


Agreed, he didn't seem overawed at starting a CL away match, seems to have that big match temperament, maybe he got lost a bit in second half, but overall he did well.
Says something when a kid like that plays better in a 'big match', than a £90m player in a similar position!
 
Old 22-02-2018, 09:49 AM
That Boy Ronaldo!
 
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Defensively solid/did a job.

Attacking, offered nothing.
 
Old 22-02-2018, 09:53 AM
AK14
 
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Defensively solid/did a job.

Attacking, offered nothing.
Other than our only shot on target

But yeah, offered nothing in attack.
 
Old 22-02-2018, 09:53 AM
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Heís a nothing player.

Can run a lot, but heís one of the most limited players Iíve ever seen going forward.

Did ok last night tbf, which is to say he did nothing particularly bad, and nothing particularly good. No wonder Mourinho seems to rate him so highly.

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Other than our only shot on target

But yeah, offered nothing in attack.


Yeah, absolute belter wasnít it tbf.
 
Old 22-02-2018, 09:58 AM
ZiggyStardust
 
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He worked hard and was solid which in terms of our outfield players made him motm.....f*** me how standards have slipped

Seems a nice lad but he's an average footballer
Let's be honest the only reason Jose is picking him is because he's 6′ 4″
If he was below 6ft there's no way Jose would be playing him

Cleverley was a much better footballer than McTommygun
 
Old 22-02-2018, 09:59 AM
That Boy Ronaldo!
 
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Other than our only shot on target

But yeah, offered nothing in attack.
There was one?

Different expectations for the lad, of which he did well. But can't see Bayern, Madrid, Barca, Juve giving us a ring on the back of it.

Still happy for Mourinho he got his minder for Matic (remember him?) for the night.
 
Old 22-02-2018, 10:01 AM
AK14
 
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There was one?

Different expectations for the lad, of which he did well. But can't see Bayern, Madrid, Barca, Juve giving us a ring on the back of it.

Still happy for Mourinho he got his minder for Matic (remember him?) for the night.
God alive you're boring.
 
Old 22-02-2018, 10:03 AM
Throw
 
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Absolutely hate his hair, his overbite and his little teddy bear eyes. Tim nice but dim looking f***er.

Looked solid though.
 
Old 22-02-2018, 10:04 AM
AK14
 
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Originally Posted by Ethers
Heís a nothing player.

Can run a lot, but heís one of the most limited players Iíve ever seen going forward.

Did ok last night tbf, which is to say he did nothing particularly bad, and nothing particularly good. No wonder Mourinho seems to rate him so highly.




Yeah, absolute belter wasnít it tbf.
The point was that tbr said he offered nothing in attack, when in reality he had a shot on target proving he did in fact offer something in attack.
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