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Author Topic: Tuanzebe and Taylor  (Read 2387 times)

Offline brontebilly

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Re: Tuanzebe and Taylor
« Reply #30 on: November 28, 2018, 10:47:32 PM »
From the five goals tonight, Tuanzebe would take a lot of blame for four of them. Drawn to the ball for the first leaving Grabban in yards of space behind him in front of the goal, replicated error for second goal ran with Grabban on his decoy run leaving a massive space for the midfielder for the second, again dragged far too far over to Chester's side for the third, he actually tracks Grabban well for the fifth but fails to block shot. His defensive instincts remind me of Micah Richards, fine with play in front of him, ghastly though for anticipating where the real danger is and a non entity in the air. Completely schooled by Grabban tonight.

Tuanzebe and Chester are a horrible centre back partnership getting progressively worse. Car crash behind them and Hourihane (takes a share of blame for four goals on my count tonight) as the midfield cover in front. We had Whelan in for the derby and still defensively we were really poor so Im not sure what Smith can do until January.

Surprisingly enough, Taylor was the only one of the back five who couldnt take any blame for any of the 5 goals tonight, and got an assist.