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maestro 15-08-2017 08:54 PM

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Originally Posted by eagleborn (Post 13781744)
Yet when Delaney just hoofed it he was slated for losing the ball. There really is no winning is there.

Give him a bloody chance.

On the wages they on they should be able to defend and pass the ball.

Its not rocket science.

eagleborn 15-08-2017 08:58 PM

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Originally Posted by maestro (Post 13781749)
On the wages they on they should be able to defend and pass the ball.

Its not rocket science.

Now why the he'll did no-one else see that before. Managerial genius you. If you could just inform parish and Dr boer then we'll all be fine.

I genuinely cannot believe you and others are writing him off after one game. We're palace ffs. Not Chelsea or united. What the **** has happened to our so called fans

Holmbury Eagle 15-08-2017 09:03 PM

Needs to toughen up a bit but has potential. He will suffer against Burnley if he plays. Their forwards murdered our Centre Backs last season, pretty much won everything with long balls up to their big men. It could be even worse this year if Jairo starts with TFM as part of a back 3. I think he should be bedded in slowly otherwise his confidence could be shot very quickly.

Mr Palace 15-08-2017 09:05 PM

He needs a chance and time to adapt. I think it's high risk throwing him straight in, especially alongside another inexperienced defender and a new system. But he clearly has talent and hopefully he can quickly adapt.

Eagle Kneevil 15-08-2017 09:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr Palace (Post 13781761)
He needs a chance and time to adapt. I think it's high risk throwing him straight in, especially alongside another inexperienced defender and a new system. But he clearly has talent and hopefully he can quickly adapt.

Enough about Valerian Ismael, what about Jairo Riedewald?

racehorse-80s 15-08-2017 09:17 PM

Should have just signed Sakho and been done with it .

Owngoal 15-08-2017 09:22 PM

He looked fine against The Germans but went to pieces after an early mistake. Hopefully won't happen again.

Maiden Eagle 15-08-2017 09:23 PM

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Originally Posted by eagleborn (Post 13781752)
Now why the he'll did no-one else see that before. Managerial genius you. If you could just inform parish and Dr boer then we'll all be fine.

I genuinely cannot believe you and others are writing him off after one game. We're palace ffs. Not Chelsea or united. What the **** has happened to our so called fans

Please bear in mind that Maestro is probably the biggest moaner in these boards. Apparently, because he has alledgely played a good standard of Football, he feels it gives him a god given right to slag off everything the Club does. What makes it worse, that he NEVER ever goes to any games, just watches online.

Mr Palace 15-08-2017 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Eagle Kneevil (Post 13781768)
Enough about Valerian Ismael, what about Jairo Riedewald?

That was such a shame as Ismael went on to have a great career. But Carl Leaburn murdered him!! That was a dark night. Hopefully Riedewald adapts quickly - I'm sure he will.

minch1 15-08-2017 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr Palace (Post 13776956)
He made an initial bad mistake for the third goal by not winning or even really contesting a goal kick. Mounie out muscled him and then Riedewald slowly jogged back before Mounie finished. His mistake for the second goal was as bad - no challenge at all and it wasn't as if Mounie did any great movement.

A 19 and 20 year in the back three together when they haven't had time to practice together is managerial madness.

What concerned me was that after the couple of errors he didn't seem to want the ball, which meant when he did get it he was passing back to Hennesey and putting him in trouble. Between them they were playing the hot potato game, I don't want it you have it. He just didn't seem ready to be plunged in at the deep end. As a result the whole back line started to look nervy. His first game should have been as a sub in mid field.

Thefunkymonk 15-08-2017 10:12 PM

The bloke got booed after 15 mins when passing backwards..

Give him a chance. He done some very good Stuff aswel. Think he's going to be a very good player.

Sir.S.C Remembered 16-08-2017 10:02 AM

It was a bad first game, but that is all it is.

He kept over passing back to the keeper even when not under pressure. He looked defensively poor and a bit physically weak. The third goal is comical too and he played a big part there.

Harry Holmesdale 16-08-2017 10:06 AM

Booing passes to the keeper is so British its nuts. Keep the ball is what its all about.

Pathetic to boo like that.

This is why the national team is so poor.

whereEaglesFly 16-08-2017 10:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Harry Holmesdale (Post 13782243)
Booing passes to the keeper is so British its nuts. Keep the ball is what its all about.

Pathetic to boo like that.

This is why the national team is so poor.

He got booed for passing it back when there was an attacker right behind him, imagine the outrage if he tried to turn on it

jobiinthelastmi 16-08-2017 10:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Thefunkymonk (Post 13781832)
The bloke got booed after 15 mins when passing backwards..

Give him a chance. He done some very good Stuff aswel. Think he's going to be a very good player.

Agree, however sometimes is better to hit it long rather than put the keeper under pressure (a particularly poor keeper) and let the opposition regroup.

One bad game amongst a dire performance will not do any harm.

rambo1 16-08-2017 10:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Harry Holmesdale (Post 13782243)
Booing passes to the keeper is so British its nuts. Keep the ball is what its all about.

Pathetic to boo like that.

This is why the national team is so poor.

Booing is Pathetic at Any-Time,the Booing of the National Team is a,Huge,Reason why the Team is Poor & No Trophy since 1966.

Shamone 16-08-2017 10:40 AM

Passing back to the keeper is fine. Passing back to Hennessey is not.

ForzaPalace 16-08-2017 10:47 AM

Defenders need to be leaders or be led. He's clearly not a leader (expected at his young age) and was without leadership on Saturday (Dann). Stick someone like Sakho next to him and he'll thrive. Doubt that will happen though.

rambo1 16-08-2017 11:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Sir.S.C Remembered (Post 13782235)
It was a bad first game, but that is all it is.

He kept over passing back to the keeper even when not under pressure. He looked defensively poor and a bit physically weak. The third goal is comical too and he played a big part there.

That is the only thing that was Wrong,as Stated by Frank De Boer,there is a Right-Time & a Wrong-Time,& area,to Play the Short Passing Game.
None of the Goals came from this,However.
Its only 1 Game & Plenty of Time to Get it Right.
With the International Break coming up,Wilf Zaha,could,only Miss 2 Games,Liverpool & Swansea.

Shipp Ahoy! 16-08-2017 11:18 AM

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Originally Posted by rambo1 (Post 13782320)
Booing is Pathetic at Any-Time,the Booing of the National Team is a,Huge,Reason why the Team is Poor & No Trophy since 1966.

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