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    Travers with a couple of minor errors in first half per report but still 0-0, while Kilkenny appears to have been the most impressive Bournemouth player. From their forum,

    “Smith looks very sharp already, Ofoborh did very well but the star ( and surprise ) of that half for me was Kilkenny. He was almost perfect for the whole 45, some great play. Hope we get to see more of him soon. Job done son, he can’t be expected to do much more than that to recommend himself to Eddie.”

    On Molumby, the only news I have found is of a “slight injury” which precluded travel to Austria 10 days ago. Obviously protracted given the fact he didn’t even play for their “under 23s” last night.

    Disappointed with Brighton prospects thus far. However, Kilkenny (welcome surprise), Obafemi (a full preseason will do his hamstrings wonders!), Smallbone (looks promising), Knight (another sub appearance today), Ronan (getting better and better), O’Shea (Could be first choice for West Brom), Idah (getting better), Johansson (needs proper football this year but has promise), Masterson (took the plunge dropped down a division, and made another sub appearance today for qpr), Collins (another sub appearance today, may need loan as stoke are overburdened with center halves), Power (impressive start with Ross county, has the pace, let’s see how he develops this season) have helped ease the disappointment.

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    Josh barrett and manning seem to have played alot in pre season and be going well both good players

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    Great to hear. Both overdue an extended opportunity indeed.

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    Burnley split their squad for two friendlies today: Hendrick and Brady played against Port Vale: https://www.burnleyfootballclub.com/...tm_medium=link, while Long and Dunne took on Crewe: https://www.burnleyfootballclub.com/...tm_medium=link

    Kian Flanagan played 45 minutes for Palace against Bromley (does appear to have been primarily academy players, as their main team played against Forest yesterday) https://www.cpfc.co.uk/news/2019/jul...ame-v-bromley/

    Late minutes for Idah against Schalke: https://www.canaries.co.uk/News/2019...tm_medium=link

    Cullen played an hour for the Hammers against Newcastle: https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/...tm_medium=link

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    https://twitter.com/SpursOfficial/st...743284736?s=19

    Hope Alli, Son and Lamela are up to scratch and manage to give Troy enough service tonight.

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    Just noted Juve team. Bonucci up against him. Buffon in goal. Ronaldo starts. Almost a full team from them. Great stuff.

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    Awkward game so far for Troy. Spurs have an inexperienced back 4 and it's showing. They're going backwards in possession most of the time. Spurs are getting from back to front very slowly, when they manage to. Not really ideal for a striker to have 3 centre backs happily in position when your team has the ball.

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    Sets up the opening goal with a great off-the-ball run into space, and a shot which Buffon could only parry

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    Just got subbed. Did he get injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    Just got subbed. Did he get injured?
    Got a yellow card for a rash challenge so maybe that was a factor.

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    This was shared over on YBIG. It's a breakdown of the Spurs goal he played a part in:
    https://twitter.com/Dino_Grgic/statu...769142273?s=19

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    https://sportsoclock.com/latest-news...mpression=true

    This guy seems impressed. That offside against Son was sickening for him.

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    I'd say he was always down to just play 45 minutes. Obviously despite the standard of opposition it is still just a pre season friendly but he played very well.
    Keane O'Shea Given Best Long Cox

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    Rated best player of the first half here:
    https://www.football.london/tottenha...gs-vs-16621693
    Last edited by youngirish; 21/07/2019 at 4:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngirish View Post
    Rated best player of the first half here:
    https://www.football.london/tottenha...gs-vs-16621693
    These guys are impressed alright: https://www.football.london/tottenha...mpression=true

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    Early days, but I wouldn't be surprised if Parrott is in the Ireland senior squad by the time the playoffs roll around next spring (if we're in them). Even a handful of senior appearances for Spurs this season would probably take him ahead of Sean Maguire and Scott Hogan in the pecking order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    Said he also had a goal disallowed unfairly. Great way to get himself set up for the coming season, playing against a major footballing giant in a quasi-competitive fixture - should have helped cleared some nerves in advance of a potential senior league debut in the coming months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirambler View Post
    Early days, but I wouldn't be surprised if Parrott is in the Ireland senior squad by the time the playoffs roll around next spring (if we're in them). Even a handful of senior appearances for Spurs this season would probably take him ahead of Sean Maguire and Scott Hogan in the pecking order.
    I hate to say it but from what I have seen of him, he is far more talented than both of those. He's at an elite level as far as what we have produced over the years. Keane and Duff had this amazing level of ball control and time on the ball and dribbling and striking and passing... I'm not saying he will be as good as either but he does have that skill level above most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    I hate to say it but from what I have seen of him, he is far more talented than both of those. He's at an elite level as far as what we have produced over the years. Keane and Duff had this amazing level of ball control and time on the ball and dribbling and striking and passing... I'm not saying he will be as good as either but he does have that skill level above most.
    Yeah in fairness he is at a different level to anyone else we have at the moment underage . You could play him anywhere across your front 3 or as a 10 and he has the technical ability and football brain to do it well. Will pace be an issue at the very top level? Very lucky to have him I think

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    He looked quick enough for the goal he was involved in today anyway. The disallowed goal he scored probably wasn't offside but the Juve defenders had pulled up when the flag went up so no guarantee he'd have scored if the game had played on.
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