Yes i cant say much but he is well known in the club for all the right reasons! Two footed, smart footballer who can pick the right pass and rides a tackle well, also can finnish!
He is from london and is a spurs fan i was told! He was picked up and was playing above his age! Clubs did try and take him but all partys concerned wanted to stay. The club were very happy
I think, like Onomah he could work on his finishing, and I don't really see him use much of his right foot but when you have a left like his you don't need to.
Great news about him being a Spurs fan and I assume his family must have had a say. Either that's down to the fact they can see we are producing and developing at the moment better than our competitor's or that their fans. Regardless they have made a great decision
Watched that game too it was sub par for him but he didn't do anything wrong. Would not judge him on that game alone, have defintely seen him play better myself and that was probably his 'worse' game for Boro.
I think he is very capable at both positions and he always impressed me wherever he is played. Could play anywhere for us and he isn't a starter for us now, but would happily see him given a chance in our first team.
a bit of perspective here, please. kalas is 2 years older, has actually played for his parent club (twice, but still, one in the champions league and once in the premier league) and has more than 75 appearances in the dutch league AND has a senior cap for his country.
i'm a great supporter of spurs youth, but veljkovic doesn't have the pedigree kalas has and you can't blame boro for putting kalas ahead of him.
add to that milos has been played as a centre midfielder, while kalas is a center half/right back, and was played at rb in this game.
loans are about more than just playing football, and while a bit of a blow, doesn't mean we should pull him from his loan, unless he is wanted/required by poch.