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Offline joeyt

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #975 on: Sunday 22 December 2019, 02:07:22 PM »
Weren't most people's negative opinion of him formed when he was played out of position as left back?

Played against Cardiff last year at right back and he was abysmal and looked like he faked an injury to get off the pitch

Offline Andy

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #976 on: Sunday 22 December 2019, 02:44:15 PM »
Aye he's been s**** in both positions in the past. There's a noticeable physical improvement, that's the main difference. When he first got here he looked weak as p*ss and like he was running through treacle.

Offline xLiaaamx

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #977 on: Sunday 22 December 2019, 02:53:38 PM »
This squad seems to bring out the best in each other. Kept hearing about how much of a troublemaker ASM was for example, nothing since he's arrived. Shelvey's improved the stupid moments massively. Even Carroll looks interested in football again.

Offline triggs

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #978 on: Sunday 22 December 2019, 03:40:46 PM »
He barely played in his proper position for ages tbf. Been good since moving to right back
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Offline reefatoon

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #979 on: Sunday 22 December 2019, 08:03:35 PM »
Looked like he had been Rafa’d, but coming into his own now.

Offline Benwell Lad

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #980 on: Monday 23 December 2019, 08:53:12 AM »
There were four pieces of excellent play that led to the goal.
It was just a cog in the machine but his cushioned lay back to Schär was quite sublime.

Offline madras

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #981 on: Monday 23 December 2019, 05:17:11 PM »
This squad seems to bring out the best in each other. Kept hearing about how much of a troublemaker ASM was for example, nothing since he's arrived. Shelvey's improved the stupid moments massively. Even Carroll looks interested in football again.
The only negatives I heard about ASM were his decision making on the pitch and held on to the ball too long, nowt about being trouble.
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Offline Optimistic Nut

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #982 on: Monday 23 December 2019, 05:18:02 PM »
This squad seems to bring out the best in each other. Kept hearing about how much of a troublemaker ASM was for example, nothing since he's arrived. Shelvey's improved the stupid moments massively. Even Carroll looks interested in football again.
The only negatives I heard about ASM were his decision making on the pitch and held on to the ball too long, nowt about being trouble.

There was quite a bit made on his timekeeping in particular before he joined.
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Offline Ikon

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #983 on: Monday 23 December 2019, 05:19:26 PM »
He's still late to training every now and then :lol: Doesn't seem to have a bad attitude though, just a bit too laid back perhaps when it comes to arrive in time I imagine.

Offline Disco

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #984 on: Saturday 29 February 2020, 07:54:06 PM »
How’d this contract rebel get on?

Offline Ikon

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #985 on: Saturday 29 February 2020, 07:55:10 PM »
How’d this contract rebel get on?

Did pretty well I thought apart from one or two poor crosses. Our best best RB for sure.

Offline huss9

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #986 on: Wednesday 4 March 2020, 09:28:56 AM »
this kid needs his contract sorted out as a priority.
john gibson in the chronicle this afternoon;
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Offline John P

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #987 on: Wednesday 4 March 2020, 09:46:27 AM »
I would say his performances in the last 12 months warrant a new contract. Our most reliable full back?

Offline Raconteur

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #988 on: Wednesday 4 March 2020, 10:07:39 AM »
I would say his performances in the last 12 months warrant a new contract. Our most reliable full back?

At a club that wanted to progress, sure. But at a zombie club with three right backs on the books already? Yedlin and Krafth next year it is :thdn:
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Offline Menace

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Re: Javier Manquillo
« Reply #989 on: Wednesday 4 March 2020, 10:11:40 AM »
Krafth was such a pointless signing. Probably cost £10m with signing on fee + wages. Stupid.
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