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Think he's become very important for a number of reasons very quickly - pace, takes players on etc, also quite surprised how good he is in the air. There is an expectation around the stadium when he gets the ball similar to berkovic or etherington getting on the ball (think someone also said Sinclair and see where they're coming from). Only time will tell if he's that good consistently and as we've been starved of that kind of skill we need to be careful not to overbuild him up only to criticise if be goes through a bad patch.
Sometimes players also just look good together for no obvious reason - they just think the same. Thought Maynard linked up very well with him yesterday - seemed to know each others game despite few minutes together. Ricky and Nicky show.
He's a reason to be very optimistic about next year if we fall short this year.
I've loved, I've laughed and cried
I've had my fill, my share of losing
And now, as tears subside, I find it all so amusing
To think I did all that
And may I say, not in a shy way
Oh no, oh no, not me - we've got Vaz Te
I'll put my hands up & admit that after seeing Vaz Te at the Cardiff game, I was worried he had a bit of an 'attitude problem.' That day he seemed to get stroppy with his team mates, give up on 'lost balls' a bit too easily for my liking BUT he has certainly proved me wrong, his work rate is very good, he adds another dimension & despite doing too many step-overs at one point he definitely has some skills... Keep it up Ricardo !
Wasn't sure about when we signed Vaz Te. Remembered him briefly at Bolton and he didn't seem a good player at all, fair enough he didn't get many chances there but still. Since we signed him though he's been brilliant. Bit of skill, pace and taking on the opposition players. Think he may need to release the ball a bit quicker at times but he's turned out to be a great signing.
both were piss cheap ,, maynard will take us up...believe me ,, its written in my tea leaves
He's a nice antidote to some of the dour stuff we've had this season. Gary O'Neill works hard but he isn't about to try and do 15 stepovers in front of goal, miss, fall on his arse then get up and cross himself. Matt Taylor has a good cross on him but he doesn't have hair like a bog brush. Basically, I think he adds a bit of colour to the team. Nowhere near as good as he thinks he is - he's pretty much the Budgens Taraabt - but certainly good enough for us, and if he can sneak another 3 or 4 goals before May, probably the bargain of the season.
How dare the board sanction the acquisition of players without bog brush barnets. If I was in charge I'd be signing Cameo. Word Up. And as for Karen Brady, she's strange
Also has the best minutes per goal ratio in the entire division
(Sharp moves below him when you factor in his goals for Donny)
No he can't. But the third Birmingham goal is on his account though, as he left his man on the 18 yard box unmarked after the corner came in....