Author Topic: Allan Saint-Maximin  (Read 48136 times)

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Offline xLiaaamx

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #925 on: Yesterday at 08:01:51 PM »
What a ball in by the way.

This man is just different level to the rest of our team.

Offline STM

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #926 on: Yesterday at 08:05:54 PM »
He actually had a really quiet game. Great assist though.
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Offline Ian W

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #927 on: Yesterday at 08:08:53 PM »
He really never received the ball in a position to hurt Chelsea.

Offline Newcastle Fan

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #928 on: Yesterday at 08:30:51 PM »
The rest of the 10 in our team play a different game than he does, he's a game on his own which is really entertaining but also means we always have something different when he is on the ball, what a cross that was.

Offline Rafalove

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #929 on: Yesterday at 08:51:19 PM »
His skill and agility is something else. You think he’s going one way then in a blink of an eye he’s gone the other.

Offline Pilko

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #930 on: Yesterday at 09:19:00 PM »
I'm just relieved he got through 90 minutes unscathed tbh. The assist is a huge bonus.
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Offline ujpest doza

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #931 on: Yesterday at 09:31:39 PM »
He didn't look anywhere near fit, got swamped by them everytime the ball went near him and was the most surprised person in the ground when Shelveys number went up and not his as he was already making his way off.

Shelvey was poor mind.

Offline Anderson

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #932 on: Yesterday at 09:55:02 PM »

Give the bloke Freedom of the City. :lol:
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Offline xLiaaamx

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #933 on: Yesterday at 10:22:20 PM »
I thought he looked more like he was holding back to not over-exert himself by design.

Offline toontownman

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Re: Allan Saint-Maximin
« Reply #934 on: Today at 01:33:51 AM »
He didn't look anywhere near fit, got swamped by them everytime the ball went near him and was the most surprised person in the ground when Shelveys number went up and not his as he was already making his way off.

Shelvey was poor mind.
Thought he worked hard in the first half. Was gassed in the second. Also put down longstaff looking lost to the lack of communication from jonjo. Should have stepped up and been a leader and communicated but he was done. Was better when shortstaff came on as they obviously talk.
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