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    If he could stay fit, he would be quite the pick up for Port Vale. I doubt they have anyone more natural on the ball and in full flight than him.

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    We’ve loaned quite a few to Port Vale.


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    Be great for him to go out and get some Football League experience.

    Feels like he's probably 2yrs behind with his injuries. Was/is some genuine potential there to be a first-team player for us. Not sure it will be realised unfortunately. But got to think, provided he stays injury free, he has a future in the football league still.


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    Loaned out to Scunthorpe until the end of the season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreeksBearingGifts View Post
    Loaned out to Scunthorpe until the end of the season.
    Good move, as long as he gets some football.


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    Signed a new deal, taking him out to 2022.


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    Scunthorpe fans are mightily impressed with him.

    Great for him to finally be injury free and get some pro-football experience behind him.

    He would very likely be someone involved with the first team if he hadn't been unlucky with injuries. He's probably 2yrs behind where he would be right now.

    Hopefully he keeps injury free and comes back in the summer fancying a go at getting involved in the first team, or a Lg1 loan.


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    Wondering if this lad has impressed Sabri and is going to get the chance to replace Cash.

    https://twitter.com/nffccal/status/1236903876311355392 - Doing his best impression of Cash's tackle on Krovinovic during his loan to Scunthorpe last season.


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    Is he any good at street fighting? That's the main thing

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    Would much rather give an opportunity to either this lad or Richardson then play Darikwa, should we not sign a replacement for Matty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    Wondering if this lad has impressed Sabri and is going to get the chance to replace Cash.

    https://twitter.com/nffccal/status/1236903876311355392 - Doing his best impression of Cash's tackle on Krovinovic during his loan to Scunthorpe last season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley View Post
    Would much rather give an opportunity to either this lad or Richardson then play Darikwa, should we not sign a replacement for Matty.
    My personal order of preference would be:-

    Richardson
    Gabriel
    The Tea Lady
    Darikwa
    Playing with 10 men so we don’t have to pick anyone
    A shop dummy
    Jenkinson.


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    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    My personal order of preference would be:-

    Richardson
    Gabriel
    The Tea Lady
    Darikwa
    Playing with 10 men so we don’t have to pick anyone
    A shop dummy
    Jenkinson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by congo_red View Post
    My personal order of preference would be:-

    Richardson
    Gabriel
    The Tea Lady
    Darikwa
    Playing with 10 men so we don’t have to pick anyone
    A shop dummy
    Jenkinson.
    Don't think we need to worry about Jenkinson playing. Given how fragile he is, a strong gust of wind will see him on the treatment table for the season.


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    For those who have seen both Jordan and Jayden play....who do you think has got what it takes to succeed at this level the most at this moment?

    I ask as most of the talk has been about Jayden but it appears that Jordan may be ahead in the pecking order.


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    Depends what Sabri tactics are gonna. Cash athleticism was crucial-as lolly wud cut inside inviting a bombing run from cash- and cud be played in or used as decoy. If that’s the tactics for this season jenkinson isn’t our man. Surely darikwa, grabiel or new signing has to used. If tactics change and full backs are needed to sit in more - jenkinson is probably fine and can go forward on occasions. I’ll be honest I have not seen garbriel play but Bryan Roy was highlighting his athleticism n power- which as full back seem to be increasingly vital.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Fossil View Post
    For those who have seen both Jordan and Jayden play....who do you think has got what it takes to succeed at this level the most at this moment?

    I ask as most of the talk has been about Jayden but it appears that Jordan may be ahead in the pecking order.
    Jayden better going forward, Gabriel a better defender. Both are good athletes. Gabriel more of a physical specimen, Richardson probably a bit quicker with the ball.

    Gabriel has pretty much exactly 2 years on Richardson. Jayden will be 20 next week and Gabriel 22 in a few weeks.

    Gabriel has always been a talent, Forest bought him from Southend when he was 15/16. He's just been held back greatly by injuries. He's a very mature lad for his age (he's got a kid who must be a few years old now). If he can stay injury free, I can see why Sabri will choose him ahead of Jayden right now, because i'd say he's more defensively accomplished. If he can keep fit, he'll be a genuine asset. A few years ago i'd have questioned even if he had a future in pro football with his injuries and seeming like he wasn't developing. But he's right back on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Pope View Post
    You missed out the traffic cone
    Sorry. I was under the impression that Traore left some time ago.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy Pope View Post
    You missed out the traffic cone


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    He's in Palace reserves now.

    Gabriel looks odd with the tats on his arms and a bit of bum fluff on his chin and upper lip lol


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    Blackpool in talks to loan him according to Nixon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet View Post
    Blackpool in talks to loan him according to Nixon.
    If he and Jayden go on loan, I pray we've got a RB target lined up.


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    If he isn't in the picture then that is a cracking move. Blackpool are quite ambitious this season with a young coach from Liverpool.

    I'm a bit worried we've heard nothing about interest in Darikwa/Jenkinson.

    Should have taken advantage of Cook's interest in Darikwa at the time.


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    If we loan Gabriel and Richardson, we need to sign a right back regardless of what happens with Darikwa and Jenkinson; we'd effectively be down to one right back anyway in that scenario (given that Jenkinson is pretty much guaranteed to break sooner rather than later) and there is a lot of question marks over Darikwa's fitness (after being out for so long) and quality (or lack of).


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    Default Re: Jordan Gabriel

    . wrong thread open


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    Default Re: Jordan Gabriel

    he's already 22, now or never to break into the first team.


 

 

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