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Offline Brazilian Villain

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1020 on: February 19, 2024, 12:35:03 PM »
I may be wrong but I think some see him as the scapegoat of the team which is frankly b******s.
One sits behind us at VP and constantly moans about his contribution.

Is his name Eamonn?

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1021 on: February 19, 2024, 12:46:34 PM »
I may be wrong but I think some see him as the scapegoat of the team which is frankly b******s.
One sits behind us at VP and constantly moans about his contribution.

Is his name Eamonn?
Eamonn H?

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1022 on: February 19, 2024, 01:13:24 PM »
I may be wrong but I think some see him as the scapegoat of the team which is frankly b******s.
One sits behind us at VP and constantly moans about his contribution.

Until Konsa gets back in at RB and then we all want Cash instead..... His decision making on ball isn't elite, let's put it that way but he's a solid player. Needs competition for his spot and will have it next season. Emery has never been fully convinced and that's a tough situation for a player too.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1023 on: February 19, 2024, 01:14:01 PM »
I am a bit fed up of the feint to play it with his right foot forward, to chop back onto his left, take a touch and pass it backwards.
Itís every time he gets the ball. Maybe try and pass it first time.
He remains the weak link when every one is fit.

Seems rather harsh, he had a very good game yesterday.
But he also di the above pretty much every time he received the ball.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1024 on: February 19, 2024, 01:25:34 PM »
He played well against Fulham.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1025 on: February 19, 2024, 01:32:00 PM »
I may be wrong but I think some see him as the scapegoat of the team which is frankly b******s.
One sits behind us at VP and constantly moans about his contribution.

Until Konsa gets back in at RB and then we all want Cash instead..... His decision making on ball isn't elite, let's put it that way but he's a solid player. Needs competition for his spot and will have it next season. Emery has never been fully convinced and that's a tough situation for a player too.

Unai is getting a good look at Kesler-Hayden, and we've got the young Serbian lad from the summer, so there is a LOT of competition at right-back next season.  With Konsa out, I'm surprised we've not seen Kesler-Hayden yet, even from the bench.   I can't imagine we'll buy ANOTHER right-back, and I also don't think Unai would be happy with KKH and the new kid as our only specialist right-backs, so I suspect Cash is here for a while yet.

Unless he has a long-term plan to play Konsa there and find a new right-sided partner for Pau?

Offline Paul.S

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1026 on: February 19, 2024, 01:43:18 PM »
I canít imagine Cash would be anywhere near the first team if he was doing something that Emery hadnít told him to do.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1027 on: February 19, 2024, 02:28:54 PM »
I canít imagine Cash would be anywhere near the first team if he was doing something that Emery hadnít told him to do.
And the alternatives are?

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1028 on: February 19, 2024, 02:33:57 PM »
It can be frustrating when he stops and go backwards, but as others have said, that's his instructions. If certain players aren't in position or we look like we're now stretched and vulnerable to a counter, he's told not to risk progressing it.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1029 on: February 19, 2024, 02:51:49 PM »
I may be wrong but I think some see him as the scapegoat of the team which is frankly b******s.
One sits behind us at VP and constantly moans about his contribution.

Until Konsa gets back in at RB and then we all want Cash instead..... His decision making on ball isn't elite, let's put it that way but he's a solid player. Needs competition for his spot and will have it next season. Emery has never been fully convinced and that's a tough situation for a player too.
... I suspect Cash is here for a while yet.
Unless Cash is seen as someone we can sell on for FFP reasons.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1030 on: February 19, 2024, 03:31:03 PM »
I canít imagine Cash would be anywhere near the first team if he was doing something that Emery hadnít told him to do.
And the alternatives are?

None since Konsaís injury but he played there quite a few times when Konsa was fit. If he was that bad he wouldnít have got anywhere near the first team if he wasnít doing what the manager wanted.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1031 on: February 19, 2024, 05:07:40 PM »
It can be frustrating when he stops and go backwards, but as others have said, that's his instructions. If certain players aren't in position or we look like we're now stretched and vulnerable to a counter, he's told not to risk progressing it.

It's the lack of cohesion with Bailey down the right that's the main issue I think. They need to go on the piss together or something. Moreno and Ramsey are much more in sync on the other side. This wasn't really an issue when McGinn was on the right.

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Re: Matty Cash - Polish international
« Reply #1032 on: February 19, 2024, 06:00:12 PM »
It can be frustrating when he stops and go backwards, but as others have said, that's his instructions. If certain players aren't in position or we look like we're now stretched and vulnerable to a counter, he's told not to risk progressing it.

It's the lack of cohesion with Bailey down the right that's the main issue I think. They need to go on the piss together or something. Moreno and Ramsey are much more in sync on the other side. This wasn't really an issue when McGinn was on the right.

Bailey is in brilliant form, but you don't get as much protection on the right as you do with Ramsey on the left. So I think the feeling from Unai is: left side, Moreno a bit more attacking, a bit less defending than Cash, because Ramsey isn't as good at attacking as Bailey but works a bit harder. On the right, a bit less bombing forward from Cash, because he's not as good at attacking as Moreno, but also needs to cover for the out-and-out winger in Leon.

Looked to be working very well against Fulham.

 


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