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Offline Odear

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #550 on: Sunday 10 March 2019, 12:44:44 AM »
No I think that’s how he was pretty much beforehand. Doesn’t waste possession and passes well but Longstaff is basically exactly the same thing except much faster, more agile and bags more stamina.

It’s not a hard one to work out.

Can’t compare him to Diame or Shelvey for that matter, totally different style of players.
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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #551 on: Saturday 20 April 2019, 07:37:13 PM »
Thought he was very poor today, gave the ball away so many times and didn't contribute aside from that shot in either attack or defense.


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« Reply #552 on: Saturday 20 April 2019, 07:41:34 PM »
Thought he was very poor today, gave the ball away so many times and didn't contribute aside from that shot in either attack or defense.

very poor harsh imo, but didn't use the ball as well as he can
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Offline George Bailey

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« Reply #553 on: Saturday 20 April 2019, 07:53:20 PM »
Thought he was very poor today, gave the ball away so many times and didn't contribute aside from that shot in either attack or defense.



Agree with this. Very poor in possession today and gave it away very cheaply.
Not his best by a long way. Our midfield needs major investment.
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Offline David Edgar

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #554 on: Saturday 20 April 2019, 07:54:36 PM »
There will be a reason Rafa starts him and kept him on the pitch for the entire game today. 

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #555 on: Saturday 20 April 2019, 07:57:47 PM »
thought he's just never looked as dynamic since he came back from Asia. Thought he was ace before that.

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #556 on: Saturday 20 April 2019, 07:58:39 PM »
Yeah before then he never seemed to lose the ball, been a bit off it since
Just waiting for the glasses to go in the pocket

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #557 on: Tuesday 26 November 2019, 08:34:05 AM »
This bloke injured?

Offline St1pe

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« Reply #558 on: Tuesday 26 November 2019, 08:57:23 AM »
I think I read the other day that they’re going to try and offload him in January as he isn’t rated. Sort of agree with that too as he only really impacted a couple of games and was really passive in most.

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #559 on: Tuesday 26 November 2019, 10:32:48 AM »
Steve ordered some Korean Chicken once and it was too spicy for him, has held a grudge ever since.

Offline David Edgar

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« Reply #560 on: Tuesday 26 November 2019, 10:46:32 AM »
I think I read the other day that they’re going to try and offload him in January as he isn’t rated. Sort of agree with that too as he only really impacted a couple of games and was really passive in most.

Does the boring stuff that helps the team flow which often goes unnoticed.

That's why Rafa selected him ahead of shelvey. 

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #561 on: Tuesday 26 November 2019, 12:25:25 PM »
I think I read the other day that they’re going to try and offload him in January as he isn’t rated. Sort of agree with that too as he only really impacted a couple of games and was really passive in most.

Does the boring stuff that helps the team flow which often goes unnoticed.

That's why Rafa selected him ahead of shelvey.

I don’t think either are the answer and both should probably be moved on.

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Re: Ki Sung-yueng
« Reply #562 on: Wednesday 27 November 2019, 06:48:51 AM »
I think I read the other day that they’re going to try and offload him in January as he isn’t rated. Sort of agree with that too as he only really impacted a couple of games and was really passive in most.

Does the boring stuff that helps the team flow which often goes unnoticed.

That's why Rafa selected him ahead of shelvey.

I don’t think either are the answer and both should probably be moved on.

At a sensible, forward-thinking club, sure. But at Mike Ashley FC...?

Surely Ki (and Muto) would be looking to leave in January, unless they're happy with free money for nothing? Ki especially has only so many years left at a decent level.
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