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November 18th, 2015 09:45
Originally Posted by Rob View Post
Sterling is only 9 months older than Grealish. He's a difference maker.
How though ?

Sure he cuts through defences ( sometimes ) but rarely sees or is able to make a good final ball .
Last night , he was in their box with the ball at his feet and he messed up a 3 yard pass to the overlapping Gibbs . He messed up again and the cameras swapped to Gary Neville swearing ... " every fecking time ! ".

Very telling !
November 18th, 2015 06:16
YesilTimsah Dele Alli looks pretty good.
November 18th, 2015 06:07
Rob Sterling is only 9 months older than Grealish. He's a difference maker.
November 18th, 2015 06:04
Where's the next English football "maverick"

Originally Posted by Rob View Post
Talent wise Grealish has absolutely nothing on Sterling, he's fun to watch though
Seriously ?

Have you seen anything of Grealish ?
A very young kid , thriving in possibly the worst team in the country .

Has silky skills , never gets knocked off the ball , great vision and has started scoring good goals as well !
Sterling is a one trick pony ... Great speed which makes him look a better dribbler than he is ... poor finisher as he doesn't hit the ball cleanly enough .. .. that poor technique also explains why bus final ball is so poor and egg he loses the ball do easily - as shown endlessly against France and Spain .
November 18th, 2015 05:39
Rob Talent wise Grealish has absolutely nothing on Sterling, he's fun to watch though
November 18th, 2015 01:37
Zincubus Using TapaTalk which is a bit hit and miss when quoting . .. I was just correcting .
Clearly Grealish is the up and coming talent .. and along with Barkley should be the new 'stars' of English footie .
November 17th, 2015 23:34
The Green One
Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
Great shout !!

This lad is something special
You ****er, I said that not Bill.
November 17th, 2015 23:31
Ronaldwho? Lol you goon, I didn't say it
November 17th, 2015 23:30
Originally Posted by Andy Christ View Post
he's 28
Grealish ?
November 17th, 2015 23:19
Andy Christ he's 28
November 17th, 2015 23:12
Where's the next English football "maverick"

Originally Posted by Ronaldwho? View Post
Grealish .
Great shout !!

This lad is something special
November 17th, 2015 21:32
Ronaldwho? Socks rolled down
November 17th, 2015 19:56
The Green One Grealish
November 17th, 2015 14:16
Ronaldwho? Vardy.
November 17th, 2015 01:00
Originally Posted by jimbo jones View Post
Down the years this country has produced some great footballing talent, players often worshipped by their clubs, and often treated with suspicion by the rest of the country.

Players like Stan Bowles, Alan Hudson, Rodney Marsh, Peter Osgood and Charlie George from the 70's, then on to players like Hoddle, Barnes and Gascoigne. The last one I would say there was, would be Matt Le Tissier.

Where is the next one? Or does British football not appear to have room for these players anymore?
Has to be Barkley who has the potential to be amazing .
May 2nd, 2015 20:26
The Green One Ran down his contract at Blackpool, then signed for Hull instead of Inter. Just seems like a bit of a dick, and his dad hardly helps him.
May 2nd, 2015 12:11
Steel Neil He wasn't very popular when we signed him on loan, is there something he's done, or is he just seen as a bit of a unlikeable character?
May 2nd, 2015 11:42
The Green One Ah but a maverick is loved by neutrals, Tom Ince certainly is not.
May 2nd, 2015 04:52
jimbo jones He becomes more loveable when he's scoring goals for your team though. Especially when the rest of said team are playing like a bunch of useless *****...
May 1st, 2015 22:27
The Green One He's not loveable enough. I blame his dad
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