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    Quote Originally Posted by Bielsa´s irish View Post
    a few more premier league teams interested in this guy. whats next?
    Some evidence of these teams' interest would be nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    Some evidence of these teams' interest would be nice
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    To me he’s a lad that got way too far ahead of himself, likely with his agent whispering in his ear. He has been substandard since the start of the 2020, coinciding with his reluctance to sign an extended contract and some loose rumors of premier league interest. He’s far better off trying to establish himself firmly in the championship for a longer period, improve his woeful defensive skills, and then see what opportunities arise in a couple of years.

    From the 8 or 9 QPR games I watched him in, he’d get swallowed alive at a higher level at the current time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bielsa´s irish View Post
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    That's not evidence. That's a list of club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy_c12000 View Post
    To me he’s a lad that got way too far ahead of himself, likely with his agent whispering in his ear. He has been substandard since the start of the 2020, coinciding with his reluctance to sign an extended contract and some loose rumors of premier league interest. He’s far better off trying to establish himself firmly in the championship for a longer period, improve his woeful defensive skills, and then see what opportunities arise in a couple of years.

    From the 8 or 9 QPR games I watched him in, he’d get swallowed alive at a higher level at the current time
    You might be right but this is a lad who stayed in Ireland until he was 18 to do his leaving cert and got 550 points while he was at it. I'm sure there are legitimate reasons for this. Maybe the money at QPR compares poorly to other clubs. Maybe he fancies nailing down centre midfield as his long term position. Leaving QPR is hardly career suicide. Blackburn have been.the most recent link.

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    Agree leaving QPR is not suicide and QPR are having financial issues so he may see his future elsewhere. But he’s let the whole thing affect his career as he was finally developing and playing well. He has been a different player since January, and has been in and out of the team, and now looks to be frozen out completely. His desire to engineer a move out from QPR seemed a bit premature

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    But I don't think we know when it went from 'negotiating a new contract' to 'engineering a move out'.

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    As per Sky Sports, QPR have accepted an offer from Swansea for Manning.

    It would be great to see him back playing again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trequartista20 View Post
    As per Sky Sports, QPR have accepted an offer from Swansea for Manning.

    It would be great to see him back playing again.
    of course he didnt wanna sign another with qpr.
    he should have gone to Parkhead instead.

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    Missed Swansea being back in the premier league.

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    Manning from QPR to Swansea seems to be confirmed.
    Last edited by Trequartista20; 17/10/2020 at 3:08 AM.

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    Manning to QPR to Swansea is confirmed
    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/swa...r-ryan-manning

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    That's a good move. Up the table. Progressive manager.

    One thing to note is that Swansea play wing backs. So it's conceivable and likely that he's being signed to play left wing back. It's fine for him at a club level as many sides are playing with wing backs, even the England national team is. However, it's unlikely Kenny will go down that route. We have Doherty and Stevens who have played a lot of football at wing back as our international full backs. However, both started out as full backs before moving in wing back- Manning started out as a winger or central midfielder before moving in there. I can't see him pushing Stevens for the full back spot in the national team.

    If he were to get games midfield and do well then he'd be quite close to a squad place given he is a leftie too.

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    The hope would be that he can develop the defensive side of his game over time. At present it's not good enough. But I don't think he'll ever break into the Ireland team on the left of a front three position and I don't know that he works as part of a midfield three either. Hopefully playing in a slightly better team will help him to develop that side of his game and he can become an option for us over time as we don't have a natural backup for Stevens at the moment.
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