Lamela set for Tottenham return

JimmyG2

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#22
I think the longer Lamela has been out the more people have invented things he does.

He's rarely ever replicated the style or skill he showed at Roma for us. He's nowhere near displacing Eriksen or Dele behide/alongside Kane. He's not even 1st choice to fill in, being behind Son.
If he starts game's regularly he's going to have to be playing like De Bruyne on steroids.
I’m sure what we'll see is lots of elbows and digs, lots of running. Some goals occasionally and some assists occasionally.
Sounds good to me.
 

Johnny J

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#24
Not knocking Sissoko but if he tried a rabona he'd break both his own legs.
He legitimately nearly crocked himself today by standing on the ball mid-dribble. I honestly thought he'd done his ACL when he went down and stayed down.
 

Sweetsman

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#30
I think the longer Lamela has been out the more people have invented things he does.

He's rarely ever replicated the style or skill he showed at Roma for us. He's nowhere near displacing Eriksen or Dele behide/alongside Kane. He's not even 1st choice to fill in, being behind Son.
If he starts game's regularly he's going to have to be playing like De Bruyne on steroids.
I’m sure what we'll see is lots of elbows and digs, lots of running. Some goals occasionally and some assists occasionally.
If Dr Bruyne used steroids, he'd be banned, but don't let facts get in the way of your Sherwood level of opinion.
 

slartibartfast

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#31
So, here we are in Nov, a International break, and the big question is.... will we see Lamela again.
Anyone got any news?
 
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