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    Default Brice Samba - „Magic Hands“

    We were linked by this same guy before and I really think Sabri wants two GKs who can play out.

    https://twitter.com/MohamedTERParis/...807723012?s=20




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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    We were linked by this same guy before and I really think Sabri wants two GKs who can play out.

    https://twitter.com/MohamedTERParis/...807723012?s=20

    And Sabri would know all about him.

    Is he another sweeper keeper type Bryan?

    It only takes a second to score a goal.

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    More chance of Cardiff playing Samba football this season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    And Sabri would know all about him.

    Is he another sweeper keeper type Bryan?
    You would have to think so. He looks super agile.

    Modern football the keeper is almost seen as a key outfield player. If Muric gets injured after 4 games and we don't have a similar style GK all the hard work goes to nothing.

    Caen want some decent money though if I remember correctly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    You would have to think so. He looks super agile.

    Modern football the keeper is almost seen as a key outfield player. If Muric gets injured after 4 games and we don't have a similar style GK all the hard work goes to nothing.

    Caen want some decent money though if I remember correctly.
    Looks like he has quick reflexes on that vid.

    Good point re needing a back up keeper who can play the way Sabri wants. You’d think he has provided a list of already scouted players in the French league.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    That video is useless.

    It doesn't pause and highlight which player I should be watching.

    COYR

    Originally Posted by Carnero https://bit.ly/2LVWO8R
    Don't know how anyone can look at that squad and say "Forest will definitely be up there" like I've read from some on here!

    10th at best.

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    Default Re: Brice Samba

    Obligatory video:



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    That's ASDA Brice


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    More chance of Bryce Dallas Tim Howard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Looks like he has quick reflexes on that vid.

    Good point re needing a back up keeper who can play the way Sabri wants. You’d think he has provided a list of already scouted players in the French league.
    Think stats are overused in judging players but I think stats are relatively clear on goalkeepers. Good keepers tend to concede less than bad goalkeepers, regardless of the defence infront of them.

    His record is fairly good and keeps a cleansheet 1 in 3 games, that's a good record for a side that just got relegated. They just couldn't score goals last year.


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    More chance of Sol Bamba in goal


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    https://twitter.com/GFFN/status/1156587878832623617

    Samba style.

    Looks like goodbye to Pantilimon, Steele and Smith. Unless Smith is kept as no.3.


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    https://twitter.com/GFFN/status/1156...832623617?s=19



    Samba Magic

    https://twitter.com/NFFCBrasil/statu...017474561?s=19




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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    https://twitter.com/GFFN/status/1156587878832623617

    Samba style.

    Looks like goodbye to Pantilimon, Steele and Smith. Unless Smith is kept as no.3.
    Sounds easy to say just get rid of Pantillimon,Steele and Smith. More likely we'll just end up with 5 goalkeepers.


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    9 clean sheets for a team who got relegated isn't bad going (also played once this season in Ligue 2 and kept a CS). See Montpellier and Rennes also after him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdooonk View Post
    Sounds easy to say just get rid of Pantillimon,Steele and Smith. More likely we'll just end up with 5 goalkeepers.
    Smith and Steele out of contract after this season anyway.

    Pantilimon will be an interesting one. But obvious the club don't want him.


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    Default Re: Brice Samba

    Do we really need another keeper?


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    Default Re: Brice Samba

    No. 5 goalkeepers and 2 strikers


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    Default Re: Brice Samba

    Basically Caen's player of the season if you read reports too. Proper little spider in goal. Valued at 4m Euro.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey View Post
    Do we really need another keeper?
    I guess the argument is, if you're very determined a particular style of play, which includes the goalkeepers playing a particular way, then yes.

    Because there's no way Pantilimon, Steele or Smith can play out and start attacks. Smith rarely clears halfway with his kicks, Pantilimon often finds touch and Steele clearly isn't backed to do it either.

    I know there's a school of thought that, 'so long as he keeps it out the net he's doing his job'. But in reality, that isn't just the 'keepers job anymore, there's other elements of their game that is demanded to be better.


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    Have we just typed Samba into the player search box in Football Manager and hoped for the best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    I guess the argument is, if you're very determined a particular style of play, which includes the goalkeepers playing a particular way, then yes.

    Because there's no way Pantilimon, Steele or Smith can play out and start attacks. Smith rarely clears halfway with his kicks, Pantilimon often finds touch and Steele clearly isn't backed to do it either.

    I know there's a school of thought that, 'so long as he keeps it out the net he's doing his job'. But in reality, that isn't just the 'keepers job anymore, there's other elements of their game that is demanded to be better.
    That's fine but we need to be offloading at least one of Steele or Pants before bringing in anyone else if Lamouchi doesn't believe they're up to it

    Our squad's bloated enough as it is without having five keepers on the books


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    I guess the argument is, if you're very determined a particular style of play, which includes the goalkeepers playing a particular way, then yes.

    Because there's no way Pantilimon, Steele or Smith can play out and start attacks. Smith rarely clears halfway with his kicks, Pantilimon often finds touch and Steele clearly isn't backed to do it either.

    I know there's a school of thought that, 'so long as he keeps it out the net he's doing his job'. But in reality, that isn't just the 'keepers job anymore, there's other elements of their game that is demanded to be better.
    Playing as high a line as possible when possible a sweeper keeper with mobility is so crucial. It is like an outfield player and you need2 viable options.

    Wonder if Pantilimon has something agreed or we just.pushing this through now hoping for the best next week re Pants.


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    I would hope that, even if we sack Lamouchi at some point due to it not working out, we replace him with a manager who will continue to play football in the same way, ie - utilising the players we already have rather than adopting a new style. So Brice could be first choice next season once Muric goes back to City.

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