I don't think there would be anything wrong with both him and Traore. Other teams wouldn't know how to defend that.Mentioned on the comms thread, but he is why we are letting Traore go.
Many seem to have forgotten we signed this little gem. Patience needed like Pep with Foden
He's looked dangerous in every appearance. Unless there is something odd behind the scenes, it's a failure of management that we have got him on the field so rarely in recent months.
He hit the cross first time when Trincao (brilliant goal by the way) played the ball to him. No hesitation and a great ball in for Conor. On a plate.Just watched highlights. What a cross for the equaliser. A thing of beauty A couple of runs he did, too, just glided past players with lightening pace.
Think he is good for twenty mins here and there for now but starting him would be a concern. Very raw player and three quarters of the game is how you play without the ball.
He hit the cross first time when Trincao (brilliant goal by the way) played the ball to him. No hesitation and a great ball in for Conor. On a plate.
Normally (yes normally) you would expect a player in that position to put his foot on the ball, look up and see who is in the box. Not this time. First time cross on the money and thank you very much!
He’s raw, but for 20 minutes he gave everything. Chased back, won tackles and. created our equaliser.
His cameo will give him loads of confidence.
Adama’s replacement anyone?
Did you see him run as well. So quick. Left Chelsea defenders in his wake.The fact he can also play either wing and at RWB makes him a real asset especially in games like today when we are throwing people into the box for him to cross it into, can see why they are looking towards a target man in the summer