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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    If anyone can find a decent link for that polish goal. The weight of the pass is amazing
    Nice reverse angles of it here, Wes had to break stride ever so slightly but great control and vision alright. His debut iirc.

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    horrible match played better when he played deep as a holding mid...Thats were I rate him to play. Too slow. Brighton looked like Ajax Amsterdam.

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    Enjoying Hendrick in this deep role today. Really think this is where we would get best from him alongside McCarthy. Just does not have the guile to be our 10 it's unfair on him. Problem is neither does molumby or Browne or Cullen or knight they are all 8s or maybe 6s but not 10s ar international level. Who does that leave for a proper 10 maybe Byrne but he seems to drop deep these days, o dowda maybe as much as I hoped he is not quite at that level, Brady I tink he would be if he could ever get match fit, hourihane I think has the attributes for our level, crowley for me would be interesting but I accept things have been slow for him at Birmingham this season but I think he might be injured.


    Is there anyone else ? I'm not including mcgoldrick cause of his utter and complete inability to run back , tackle or have any appreciation of the defensive side of midfield. As much as we have been praising our underage players I haven't seen any 10 type player in our underage teams in the last 10 years since we had grealish on board and nobody with a 10s ability of a crowley. I include Ronan in that who has been hood for us but I find it hard to see when he will be at the level to be a 10 at senior level.

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    I think Parrott is the obvious 10 once he proves he can do it at men’s level. This could be just a few months away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishfan86 View Post
    I think Parrott is the obvious 10 once he proves he can do it at men’s level. This could be just a few months away.
    Parrott looks like he is our best centre forward since robbie . He would be a good 10 but could he be a great 9? 10s in this system have such a tough job with 3 more forward luxuary players in front of them there is no chance for the 10 to be a luxury

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