Player Watch Player Watch: Kyle Walker

SugarRay

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Winks was slowly eased into a winning team where we did have other CM options and no one was sold for him to replace and he had less pressure...he took his chance and i think thats the way forward for KWP, let the kid grow into the first team..
KWP would in essence replace Walker and be our only RB if Trippier was out.that may make or break him, but its a huge risk not to buy another established RB.

Funny how probably the best manger of the modern era wants Walker....yet alot of experts on here don't.:rolleyes:
His stats are flawed. Managing two freakishly great sides, with very little competition in their domestic league.

I'm not a believer that he can set up sides well enough defensively.
 

Makkaveli101

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He was an undisciplined headless chickem, roadrunner knock off up until Pochettino had a full season with him. I am not surpised at all, that without Pochettino's strict tactical and regimes - the "Roadrunner" resurfaces. Is anyone surprised? You don't magically become a great player by yourself...look at how many Man Utd players went to shit after they left Fergie's Man Utd.

I'm glad he's f**ked up his debut. He's a money grabbing, weak personality - that has clearly been on the phone to the likes of Rose texting them all how life is so rosey. He's a squeaky voiced, Orville the duck muptard that I believe was a cancer to the club from January onwards.

Have fun on the Man City bench muppet.
 
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That was classic stupidity from Walker. He does look and does put his elbow into the Everton player. He's milked it, but Walker gives him the excuse, utterly stupid thing to do when you are already on a yellow.

If anything the first yellow was harsher as it looks bad but he actually doesn't touch Baines and Baines really gives it the large, but when you dive in like that, you run a risk.
 

Armstrong_11

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That was classic stupidity from Walker. He does look and does put his elbow into the Everton player. He's milked it, but Walker gives him the excuse, utterly stupid thing to do when you are already on a yellow.

If anything the first yellow was harsher as it looks bad but he actually doesn't touch Baines and Baines really gives it the large, but when you dive in like that, you run a risk.
I think both yellows was harsh.... I am not sure if he actually did anything for the 2nd. Maybe has the jump his back smashed into his chin or something... Walker was always focusing on the ball and he isn't that sort of player.

Think the worst thing for him is that Danilo came on and did well. And if he does well in the next match. Walker could be on the bench for awhile.
 

DJS

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If Man City continue with wing backs I'd think they'd be better with Danilo and Mindy personally (presumably both of them can actually cross?).

Which would be hilarious lol.
 

TaoistMonkey

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If Man City continue with wing backs I'd think they'd be better with Danilo and Mindy personally (presumably both of them can actually cross?).

Which would be hilarious lol.
Probably not an issue now that his performance related bonuses are most likely lower. Gets paid loads for doing nothing the lazy shit.
 
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