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    Default So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Have to say I have never heard of him, comments from them in the know please.


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Have a look on the Miguel Antonio threads


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    The sort of player who could win a game with individual brilliance or do pretty much nothing and barely show up.

    Exciting player to watch when he is in the mood though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by insanity_nffc View Post
    The sort of player who could win a game with individual brilliance or do pretty much nothing and barely show up.

    Exciting player to watch when he is in the mood though.
    We have had a few of those. Still worth having as Pearce won't let him coast


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Let's look on YouTube, that's always a good way to judge a player.


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    Michail Antonio...is English. That surprised me.

    He's got pace, he's a winger. That's enough for me.


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    Blace?


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    The new Impey


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    Quote Originally Posted by Castus View Post
    The new Impey
    Hope he's not the new Limpy though!


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Quote Originally Posted by insanity_nffc View Post
    The sort of player who could win a game with individual brilliance or do pretty much nothing and barely show up.
    A bit like Lansbury.


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    Quote Originally Posted by adam09 View Post
    A bit like Lansbury.
    Except he plays on the wing and is fucking rapid.


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    ^Lansbury? Odd comparison


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    He's 24, skill full and reasonably pacey. Not a bad signing at all IMO


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Here's the thing, I was pleased when we signed him, thinking he'd team up well with Velwijk, Fryatt and Pato (amongst others) racing in to get on crosses. Now we've got Assombalonga (there's one to add to your browser's dictionary) I'm entirely certain he's worth significantly more than he was at 5 this evening.

    Rough diamond, wants polishing, coach the weaknesses out of him, let Pearce and the likes of Reid, Burke get involved there, happy days.

    Also, with Mackie, Henderson and Cox going or gone, we need a combative edge up front. He's a bulldozer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Fail View Post
    Here's the thing, I was pleased when we signed him, thinking he'd team up well with Velwijk, Fryatt and Pato (amongst others) racing in to get on crosses. Now we've got Assombalonga (there's one to add to your browser's dictionary) I'm entirely certain he's worth significantly more than he was at 5 this evening.

    Rough diamond, wants polishing, coach the weaknesses out of him, let Pearce and the likes of Reid, Burke get involved there, happy days.

    Also, with Mackie, Henderson and Cox going or gone, we need a combative edge up front. He's a bulldozer.
    I agree. I've not seen him that many times, but he's looked a strong player who won't get pushed about.


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Did Sheffield Wendy used to have flag days for him? Dress up and make merriment in his honour, praps we could start it if they didn't?


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    He's good in Fifa


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    just been browsing an Owls forum, split between good and bad move for the Owls, number of numb nuts hating him because hes gone, others mentioning injury problems, report a mixed opinion of the player and his contribution to the team.


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Antonio was obviously plan b to Albert Adomah. Very similar players, the former just cheaper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Duster View Post
    Did Sheffield Wendy used to have flag days for him? Dress up and make merriment in his honour, praps we could start it if they didn't?
    Wasn't that Samedo?


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    Wasn't that Samedo?
    It was Jose Semedo aye

    Damn it we've signed the wrong one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Fail View Post
    Rough diamond, wants polishing, coach the weaknesses out of him, let Pearce and the likes of Reid, Burke get involved there, happy days.
    This is similar to what my Wendys friend has said.
    We've got the guys here to help players reach their potential.


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    Quote Originally Posted by Retro View Post
    He's good in Fifa
    britt?
    fucking 63 ovr and 70 potential=not good in fifa



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontron/Hakem/SaltyDougie View Post
    britt?
    fucking 63 ovr and 70 potential=not good in fifa
    Trash... come on, this is an English forum.
    Can you please use the correct word - "Rubbish".
    Thank you.
    F***ing Colonials


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    Default Re: So what do we think of Antonio then?

    I think we overpayed.

    However, I also think he'll be a very good member of the squad. He's fast, powerful and unpredictable. Can be a nightmare to play against.

    I love our wide options now. Pato, Burke and Antonio all give us something different.


 

 

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