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    Default Re: Filip Krovinovic

    Outside of Yates and flashes from Knockaert, does any of our midfield get in positions or look like scoring?

    Cafu was a prime example last night, he got to the edge of the box in a few yards of space where you thought "go on then, wrap you foot around that and work the keeper", instead he tried to lay it off out wide and we ultimately lost the ball. Then in the second half he has the ball 30 yards out with players around him in good positions and he spoons it to the back of the lower tier.

    I like Krovi, he is a very neat and tidy footballer with some lovely touches and pieces of skill. But as a number 10 you have to get beyond the striker at times and offer some sort of goal threat. There was a volley in the Rotherham game that went by the post, but that is the only meaningful effort I can remember.


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    Default Re: Filip Krovinovic

    Quote Originally Posted by GandalfTheRed View Post
    Outside of Yates and flashes from Knockaert, does any of our midfield get in positions or look like scoring?
    Be fair. They don't want to get a club fine.....


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    Default Re: Filip Krovinovic

    What's a scoring position?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    What's a scoring position?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    What's a scoring position?
    On a football pitch with Wycombe.


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    Default Re: Filip Krovinovic

    Quote Originally Posted by MASE View Post
    Did we create much last night? Build up was decent enough, Murray missed a good chance, but don't remember much being created beyond that.

    Agree on Krovinovic though, doesnt look like a goal threat.
    Murray at least 2 free headers (one he missed the goal, the other he put straight in the keepers hands) and a cross he met with his foot 6 yards out essentially unchallenged and put it over. Lolley a good driven shot from edge of the area, Knockers a shot from the edge he pulled wide.

    But you are right MASE we are not creating enough chances for the amount of possession and supposed quality of the midfield we now have....
    CH knows that-its all he talks about in interviews


 

 

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